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The American Speed Association (ASA) is a sanctioning body of motorsports in the United States formed in 1968. The Association was based in Pendleton, Indiana and currently is headquartered in Daytona Beach, Florida. ASA was most famous for a national touring series which began in 1973 but was discontinued in 2004 due to financial difficulties. In 2005, ASA became one of the top short track sanctioning bodies in the United States under the leadership of Dennis Huth. Today, ASA sanctions a variety of asphalt and dirt tracks in their ASA Member Track program along with a variety of racing series in the United States and Canada. - Source: Wikipedia

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