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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Magic In The Air as Whitener Bags $3k I-95 Toyota LM Run Barker, Wooten, Durrance, Quarterman also take GIS checkers



By: Rob Lee




WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (May 21) – A battle. Some magic. Another battle. More magic.

The Magicman endured all of that and Mark Whitener took home the $3,000 I-95 Toyota Late Model Challenge Series feature Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway.

Whitener, Middleburg, Fla., won his heat and started the finale outside of polesitter, fast qualifier and other heat winner Devon Dixon.

The latter wheeled the Big Frog Shock and Suspension Technology/Dave’s Towing/Big Frog Signs and Graphix Koury-powered Rocket to the point at the drop of the green with Whitener in hot pursuit.

Dixon would only open a couple car length advantage until the first magic for Whitener’s United Land Clearing/Racecar Engineering Koury-powered Longhorn.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Bobby Ray Brings You All The Action From Winder Barrow (Videos)





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Dixie Speedway Highlights from 5/21 (Mitchell Jenkins)






Smith And Cornwell Double Up Wins At Senoia Raceway

Submitted by Ted Austad
Photo credits: Francis Hauke

(May 22, 2016 - Senoia, GA)  Clint ‘Cat Daddy’ Smith led every lap Saturday night to claim his second Super Late Model feature victory of the season at Senoia Raceway.  The veteran driver also went flag to flag in the Limited Late Model main event to win his fourth of the year while Randy Cornwell clean swept the Hobby Stock twins.  The duo dominated their features at the tough 3/8ths mile ‘bull ring’.

The winner’s circle did welcome a couple of newcomers as Dustin Ogletree won the Mini Stock main in his first visit to Senoia Raceway and Jody Knowles topped the B Cadet feature for a first time trip.  Bubba Pollard returned to dirt racing this weekend and won the battle for the checkers in the Crate Late Model division while Tim Harmon notched the victory for the second straight week in the Bomber class.

Videos: 411 Motor Speedway 5/21/2016

Lee Meritt
If you have never been, you owe it to yourself to go to 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee. It is a classic 3/8 mile dirt track nestled in the Smoky Mountains, one of the biggest vacation capitals in our great country. Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are a few short miles away. Make plans for your vacation to the area and make sure you reserve Saturday night for some great racing. No question, the track management does a fantastic job of keeping things rolling along. They were able to start at 6 PM with a drivers meeting, run heat races along with time trials, put on 6 feature races, and complete the show by 10:05 PM. It was awesome! Videos of those 6 feature races are posted below. We get started with some old school stuff, the Classic Car feature.
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Friday, May 20, 2016

$3,000 brings the best to GIS Saturday



By ROB LEE
WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (May 19) – There are some hot streaks hoping to continue.
The best Late Model drivers in the bi-state area converge on Golden Isles Speedway this Saturday evening and a handful are looking to keep good runs going.
The I-95 Toyota Late Model Challenge Series had a hard time getting the green flag due to weather. If Mother Nature cooperates Saturday, drivers like Rhett Carter and Devin Dixon will be among the favorites.
Apollo Beach, Fla.’s Dixon recently took over the well-known Big Frog Motorsports ride and comes to GIS off a win in his home state.
“I’m really excited to be driving for Big Frog Motorsports, so it feels really good to get this first win with the team,” commented Dixon in the team press release. “Hopefully this is the first of many to come.