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Saturday, July 30, 2016

Sistrunk, Collins, Caudill race to ‘Slam’ wins at NFS Durbin, Croson, Peacock take Thunder heats

LAKE CITY, Fla. (July 29)
Check it off the list.
After four years of trying, hometown driver Tyler Sistrunk finally took the checkered flag the Sistrunk Motorsports team has worked toward.
He steered the Boy Race Chassis/Smith Asset Management/Creative Concrete/RH performance/Tire Mart of Lake City machine to the 22-lap Hobby Stock feature win on opening night of Summer Slam at North Florida Speedway.
Chase Collins hopped behind the wheel of Marc Mcleod’s EMod and won the Florida Outlaw EMod Series 22-lap finale.
He passed FOES point leader Dale Graham about midway through and held on after several restarts.
Sistrunk’s win was special. His only win at NFS came in a Box Stock in 2008.

Zack Amundsen Wins Dirts4Racing Hobby Stock Series At East Bay Raceway Park

Zack Amundsen

Dirts4Racing Hobby Stocks (25-laps)
1. 20 Zack Amundsen
2. 21 Scotty Kay, Jr.
3. 8 Mike Stalnaker
4. 1H Tommy Hill
5. 55 Buck Woodhouse
6. 89 David Barwick, II
7. 69x Jim Baker
8. 31 David Riner
9. 28 Scott Gullett
10. 31b Henry Burnside
11. 11 Greg King
12. 75 Billy Barstow
13. 11k Joshua Kuntsbeck
14. 35 Michael Whipple
15. 50r Ricky Pride
16. 51 Allen Bailey

17. 13b Thomas Burnside (DNS)
18. 58 Matt Bozeman (DNS)
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Friday, July 29, 2016

Mid-summer action ready to ‘Slam’ NFS Free admission, car show, backpack giveaway and racing for the fans

Photo from Dale Graham

LAKE CITY, Fla. (July 26) – The fuel. The roar. The racing blood starts flowing again this time of year, although it briefly, at North Florida Speedway.
Race teams and fans hope the annual Summer Slam weekend crawls by while the action is top speed and top flight on the 3/8-mile clay oval.
The Florida Outlaw EMod Series competes both nights. Point leader Dale Graham attempts to shake off some bad luck with his Graham Auto/American Auto Body/Hale’s Auto Parts Shaw chassis.
Graham held on to the series lead last time at NFS by jumping behind the wheel of another car after his suffered issues.
“We feel like we got a chance at winning,” Graham said of the $750 to win weekend.

15-year old Blankenship makes his Late Model debut at NFS

Parker Blankenship will drive for the Cribbs family at NFS Summer Slam
Photo from Parker Blankenship

LAKE CITY, Fla. (July 26)
“Well, for me, I'm approaching this weekend with a learning attitude.”
It is not the dirt racing that is new to 15-year old Parker Blankenship, but the high caliber dirt Late Model stock car is.
  The Lake City teen makes his dirt Late Model debut at Saturday’s Summer Slam event at North Florida Speedway.
  The 2015 NFS Rookie of the Year finished third in the Box Stock class and graduated to a pavement Late Model this year. He is racing the Georgia Outlaw Late Model Series at Crisp Motorsports Park in Cordele, Ga. Even only running half the races in his family-owned machine he is ninth in points.
Blankenship will wheel the No. 14 Cribbs Brothers Racing/Willow Transport Rocket chassis with Green Flag Automotive power

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

NeSmith Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 18 Round Up

From Nesmith Media

Cartersville, GA - Spencer Hughes edges ever closer to the "perfect" 700 point total after picking up another win on Saturday Night at Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, MS. Hughes bested a field of 34 NeSmith Street Stocks during the Mississippi Street Stock Series event that served as a prelude to the Southern Street Stock Nationals.

Headlines from Week 18:
•Jason Price sets third in points, and looks to continue racking up wins after he visited victory lane at Albany Motor Speedway on Saturday night.
•Rob Slott was the winner in his brand new car at Battleground Speedway in Highlands, TX.
•Larry Faulk picked up the checkered flag at Flomaton Speedway in Flomaton, AL.

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AJ Maddox crossed VSP off his bucket list and takes home the Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint win!

Photo from National Speed Sports News
A.J Maddox
Article from track staff

7-23-2016) Barberville ,Fl The Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint Car Series made their return this past Saturday night to Volusia Speedway Park along with special events for the Allen Plumbing Hobby Stocks and the Gary Yeomans Performance Parts Mini Stocks.. The weather was beautiful in the Sunshine State as the temperatures were hot and the racing action was even more hot.
 After a rain shower set the evening back one hour, Track officials ran through the night seamlessly gaining back that hour quickly as the first feature event of the night took the track just before 9:00pm with the Mercedes Benz Limited Late Models taking center stage. When the green flag dropped it was Sonny Thompson taking the early lead, but quickly had his hands full with Adam Bennett who has been coming on strong in his Mastersbilt #40 in recent weeks. Bennett won his heat race in dominating performance and by lap ten had worked his way around Thompson for the lead and set sail to take home his first win of 2016. Thompson would hold on to finish second followed by Paul Shead (who took back the points lead from Nevin Gainey), Mark Stuebe, and Steve Shead rounded out the top five.

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Dusty Collins Parks It At OSP

Photo from Latrelle Collins (Videos property of Debbie Nelms)

Dusty Collins with car owner Geoffrey Collins and Family

Dusty Collins #119
Brian Barnes #11
Jay Hendricks #99
Bobby Morris #1
Trey Drawdy #24
Francis Morris #23
Alex Walker #16
Gary Dorsey #2
Lonnie Brant #43
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