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Sunday, May 1, 2016

Videos: Cochran Motor Speedway 4/30/2016



The feature races will be added to this post as they are completed. We start off with the Pure Stock feature.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Drivers Talk About the New Surface At Senoia

Chris Carr talks to Clint Smith, Joey Armistead, Matt Dooly, Tyler Millwood, and Chris Madden

Monday, April 25, 2016

Madden Edges Clanton At Senoia Spring Nationals

Chris Madden (Photo Credit - Francis Hauke)

Submitted by Ted Austad

(April 24, 2016 - Senoia, GA)  He gave up the lead position near the half way mark of Saturday night’s main event at Senoia Raceway, but South Carolina’s Chris ‘Smokey’ Madden fought back to overtake Zebulon’s Shane Clanton on the final lap to win the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil feature to pocket the $6,000 top prize.  Clanton was planted in his door panel out of the final turn as Madden crossed only .013 seconds ahead of his pursuer.

“It’s hard to find places where you can race like that and this (Senoia Raceway) is one of them,” said Madden in victory lane.  “That was definitely exciting for the fans, and it’s fun for us.  We don’t never get to race like that and that was fun.”

Sunday, April 24, 2016

The Southern Short Track Report with Chris Carr

Parrish Duncan Wins After DQ in Crates (Videos)


Parrich Duncan


Crates

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Ashford Powers to NPSS Super 5 Challenge win Mullis, Smith, Quarterman tops also at GIS

Photo by:Diggin Deep Racing

By Rob Lee
WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (April 23) – Donnie Ashford has proven more than once his Diggin Deep Racing team is not afraid to put the racer on the trailer and travel.
The Deland, Fla. ace made his first 2016 appearance at Golden Isles Speedway pay off. He took the NeSmith Performance Street Stock Super Challenge 5 Series feature Saturday evening and beat a top flight of cars in the process.

Galbreath finds way back to NFS Victory Lane Collins, Walker, Scranton, Caudill also take checkers

photo by: Chuck Privette


By ROB LEE
LAKE CITY, Fla. (April 23) – A former track champion got reacquainted with North Florida Speedway Saturday evening.
Justin Galbreath started seventh, glued his PC Cycle/Discount Towing/ Impressive Chassis to the bottom groove and methodically picked his way to the Open Wheel Modified checkered flag.
“It’s great to be back,” Galbreath said in Victory Lane. “We were able to use the bottom and the car was good.”
The Panama City driver’s final hurdle was Jason Garver with five circuits to go in the 15-lapper. The last NFS OWM winner Garrett Stewart also made it by for second at the end. Wesley Duboise and Jim Passino rounded out the top five. Stewart kept his streak alive of not finishing outside the top four during the regular season.
Galbreath, the 2014 NFS champ, was leading the heat race when the car sharply turned right entering turn three.