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Sunday, July 31, 2016

(Videos) Showers, Bedenbaugh rock the ‘Slam’ at NFS Collins doubles; Sistrunk, Varnadore, Caudill, Lang, Cessna win


LAKE CITY, Fla. (July 30)
– The look of confidence.The team behind Adam Bedenbaugh had that look in Victory Lane Saturday evening at North Florida Speedway.The confidence was there all along and it helped propel the Lake City veteran to the Late Model feature win on night two of Summer Slam .“I hadn’t been able to work on the car a lot due to my job,” Bedenbaugh said. “But they put a lot of work into it, had it set up, changed about everything but the driver.”
  Bedenbaugh won his heat, sat on the pole and held off the constant attack of Mark Whitener to take home the $2,000 top prize after leading all 22 laps.
“I heard him back there,” Bedenbaugh added. “But no one ever got alongside of me so I know we were running the right spot.”

Hiett Takes Home Senoia Super Late Model Victory

Jason Hiett
Submitted by Ted Austad
Photos by Francis Hauke

(July 31, 2016 - Senoia, GA)  Jason Hiett jumped the border when his hometrack Talladega Short Track was forced to cancel due to weather and made the trip worthwhile posting the Super Late Model feature victory.  Hiett passes Senoia’s Joe Armistead, Jr. on lap 18 before pulling away to his first career win at the tough ‘Bull Ring’ Senoia Raceway.

Other winners on Saturday night included Senoia’s Clint ‘Cat Daddy’ Smith notching his eleventh Limited Late Model feature win of the season; Newnan’s Craig Scott getting his first in the Crate Late Models; Newnan’s Bobby ‘Wild Child’ Arnold in the B Cadets; ‘Smokin’ Joe Hillman of Villa Rica in the Hobby Stock; Monroe’s JJ Garrett in the Mini Stock and Conyer’s Tim Harmon in the Bombers.

Hiett caught up to Joe Armistead, Jr. near the halfway mark of the Super Late Model feature while moving high and low on the slick, but racey ‘gumbo’ clay that has made Senoia Raceway the talk of the short track racing scene in 2016.  Hiett and Armistead battled while two other great races developed directly behind.

Cochran Motor Speedway Feature Videos & Finishing Order

Tyler Crowder wins the Chevrolet Performance Late Model feature.
Chevrolet Performance Late Model Feature (Click here for details.)

1 Tyler Crowder
2 Jake Knowles
3 Tim Busha
4 Joshua Bishop
5 Ronnie Johnson
6 Austin Smith
7 Jadon Frame
8 Trey Wood
9 Barry Goodman
10 Oliver Gentry
11 Ryan King
12 Chad Wallace
13 J.R. Moseley
14 Montana Dudley
15 Mario Gresham

Richards Reels-in No. 10 (Clanton finished second after starting ninth)

Article the property of Woo Media

OGILVIE, Minn. – July 13, 2016 – Josh Richards held his pointer finger high in the sky Wednesday night, repeating his victory lane celebration in the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series for the 10th time this season at Ogilvie Raceway. It was his 68th career series win.

“It was tough, I’ll tell you,” Richards said. “I want to thank the track guys. It’s a beautiful facility and I wasn’t expecting it to be this nice. It’s a great place to come. I didn’t think we’d have 10 [wins] this year and this early.”

Richards, who led the field into the green flag for 50 laps, never lost his top spot. Within the first 10 laps, Richards widened the gap between him and the field with his No. 1 Valvoline/ Seubert Calf Ranches Rocket car; the other two cars in the podium positions began to separate themselves as well.

On lap nine, Richards caught-up to the back of the pack only for the race’s first caution to follow on the next lap. On the restart, Rookie of the Year contender Tyler Erb took the highest line on the 3/8-mile oval, passing Eric Wells. Wells prevents a slippery slope, slamming the door on a charging Steve Casebolt. By lap 15, Richards extended his lead to 3.66 seconds.

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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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Senoia Raceway 7/23/2016 Feature Results With Victory Lane Photos

Photos by Francis Hauke

Super Late Models 
1-TJ Reaid, Acworth
2-Joey Armistead, Senoia
3-Brian Reese, Sharpsburg
4-Joe Armistead, Jr., Senoia
5-Clint Smith, Senoia
6-Mason Massey, Douglasville
7-Zach Leonhardi, Cartersville
8-Shane Fulcher, Thomaston
9-Doug Stevens, Griffin
10-Glenn Morris, Fayetteville
11-Laddie Fulcher, Thomaston
12-Ricky Williams, Fayetteville
13-Maddie Crane, Meansville

Glenn Morris

Limited Late Models
1-Glenn Morris, Fayetteville
2-Trey Wood, Newnan
3-Chris Carr, Newnan
4-Aubrey Merrit, Carrollton
5-Shawn Cater, Roopville
6-Bailey Williams, Fayetteville
7-Michael Queen, Cartersville
8-Rucker Orr, Newnan
9-Nicky Prosser, Senoia
10-Brant Hardin, Griffin
11-Brandon Bright, Newnan
12-John Harbin, Talking Rock
13-Richie Williams, Fayetteville
14-Clint Smith, Senoia
15-Hunter Worley, Alvaton
16-Sam Moore, Columbus

Monday, July 25, 2016

Davenport Claims First-Career Silver Dollar Nationals Victory


GREENWOOD, NE (July 23, 2016) – The defending Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion, Jonathan Davenport returned to Victory Lane on Saturday night, pocketing $40,000 for his efforts. Davenport took the lead from Chris Simpson on lap 13 and lead the rest of the way to win the sixth edition of the Silver Dollar Nationals at I-80 Speedway.
 In a race that saw three different leaders in the first 13 laps, Davenport charged from the seventh starting spot to take the point from Simpson. He averted several charges from other competitors throughout the remainder of the race to take home his first LOLMDS win since the Cowboy Classic at Lucas Oil Speedway on May 26th.

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Ferguson and Stewart Take Home The Rebel Yell (VIDEOS)

Photo from Chris Ferguson facebook

July 23, 2016) Chris Ferguson of Mt. Holly, N.C. took the lead away from Brent Dixon and Dennis Franklin to lead the remaining 18 laps en route to his first-career Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series victory Saturday Night at Screven Motor Speedway during the Annual Rebel Yell event.
  Ferguson drove the Champion Spark Plugs-sponsored, Clements Racing Engine-powered Rocket Chassis to the $5,300 payday. Ferguson became the fifth different winner in five races so far on the tour
Highlights from Super Late Models

V8 feature
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Top 5 Recap of the racing at EAMS on Saturday 7/23/2016 (Videos are included.)

Submitted by Lamar McClellan

EAMS Late Model:
1 - #4 Dusty Jones finally picks up his 1st win at EAMS after having so many great runs fall short with parts failures - CONGRATS!!
2 - #00 Jay Elliott - his first top 2 run since opening night of the season - good job Jay!!
3 - #110 Slick Rick Culpepper - gains a couple of points to stretch his points lead to 12 over #K9 Dana Eiland with a solid run.
4 - #14 Patrick Wall - ties his best finish of the year with his 3rd top 5 finish of the year.
5 - #K9 Dana Eiland - good finish, but loses 2 points to points leader Rick Culpepper.

Limited Late Model (Summer Sizzler double $$$, double points):
1 - #19 Josh Cox picks up his 2nd double points win in a row (though not running for points). Great run!!
2 - #14 Josh Taylor - 1st EAMS run this year and ran a challenging 2nd place the last half of the race.
3 - #14 Lavon Sparks - in 2 races this year, he's had a 3rd and a 2nd - good work!!
4 - #12 Thomas Lewis - drives Joey Keyser's car to a solid top 5 finish.
5 - #79 Marc Gooden - 4th top 5 finish of the year.

Carter Dominates GIS Limiteds Lloyd, Payne, Wooten, Ammons, Bruner, Clark Also Take Checkers


By Rob Lee WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (July 23) – The sigh of relief probably was synonymous with a tire deflating.
  One can only imagine that was Ryan Carter’s reaction Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway.
Carter swept the Limited Late Model show, topping off the night with a flag-to-flag win in the 25-lap feature. That followed setting quick time amongst the 13 entries.
  The high was about shot down on Lap 7 after Carter had paced the initial six laps. The caution flew as Carter sat in Turn 2 180 degrees from the correct direction.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Barker Showing GIS Championship Form…Again Seven Classes Battle Saturday On The Clay

WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (July 20)
– Johnny Barker climbed from his Camaro, mentally replaying the Enduro feature that just took the checkered flag at Golden Isles Speedway....
The fourth place finish July 8 during the Chuck Scott Tribute Race weekend had 12 drivers that placed behind the C & Y Automotive special salivating for that spot.
For Barker, it was his worst finish in five races. The Waynesville, Ga. pilot had two wins and a pair of runner ups prior.
  The hometowner is coming off a 2015 championship run and has quickly raced to the top of this season’s point list. He holds a double digit point advantage over Charles Smith and Billy Ammons. In the new Super Challenge 5 Series, Barker trails Ammons by just four markers with three of five races in.
  The switch from blue to red on the Camaro has just turned up the temperature of racing for Barker as he eyes both the regular season and SC5S titles.

‘Southern Nationals Series’ $5,300-to-win Super Late Models scheduled Friday, July 22 at Swainsboro Raceway

Photo are article from Swainsboro Raceway

SWAINSBORO, GA. — Swainsboro Raceway will host the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series presented by Old Man’s Garage for a $5,300-to-win Super Late Model show on Friday, July 22, with the event being promoted by Ray Cook, Vic Hill and Chris Tilley. This will be the ninth year in a row the Southern Nationals Series has made a visit to our grounds and we look forward to the thrilling racing action they bring with them.
 Also in action with the Super Late Models ($5,300-to-win … $530-to-start) will be the Zaxby’s Crate Late Models, Sunoco Super Street, Daniels Chevrolet Pure Stock, Roger Wheeler Construction Road Warriors, and the Scarehouse of the South 440’s. The Swainsboro Kart Track will also be kicking the dust up during Friday’s racing events.

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Donnie Chappell wins in a wild one to take home the UDLMCS Win!

Photo from Stephanie Chappell
Article from track staff

7-16-2016) Barberville ,Fl  The United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series made its return to the Volusia County Speedway this past Saturday night and the action was from start to finish as expected.
 The first feature of the night saw Donnie Ashford take another win in the Allen Plumbing Hobby Stock feature, but not without pressure from Bubba Christen in the closing laps as his #04 made a hard charge to the front and was looking under Ashford for the lead at the stripe. Trevor Gamble, who let most of the first half of the race was third followed by Robert Sirmons and Grady Christen rounded out the top five.
 The main event of the night saw a wild one with the United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series. Jason Fitzgerald would jump out to the early lead over fellow front row starer Blake Spencer and lead most of the first half of the race as it wasn't until the races half way point the first caution flag would come out. at the half way point, the man on the move was fast qualifier Mark Whitener was on a charge from the back of the pack as he needed to switch to a Blake Spencer back up car due to mechanical failure in his #5. When the green came back out the battle was back on for the lead as Whitener would apply heavy pressure so Fitzgerald with only 20 laps to go until the lapped car of Carter Stokes would get into race leader Fitzgerald and Whitner. Fitzgerald was able to continue, but whitener was forced pit side with heavy damage to the right front ending his night. When the green came back out it looked like no one could touch Fitzgerald until the Jacksonville native lost his power plant setting up a dash for the win between Donnie Chappell and Joe Kump. The two would do battle until the end, but it was Chappell picking up the win in his newly acquired Bloomquist Chassis #44. Kump was second followed by David Clegg, Shan Smith and Jeremy Knoll.
 The fireworks did not stop there on the night as the Integrity Painting V8 Thunderstocks also put on a show for the fans from start to finish. Mike Tovet would lead the first several laps once the race got going after several caution flags. David Showers Jr. would be on the move and Dalton Strehle, who was driving for Bobby McCormick, would also be on the march forward challenging for the top spot. The race was red flagged in a scary incident just before half way as Alan Peacock and Chad Scranton go together on the front stretch sending Scranton on a wild ride flipping over Peacock. Both drivers were un injured. When the race resumed the action did as well with Tovet holding off every charge from Strehle and Showers Jr. With only two laps to go Showers Jr. made his winning pass on the 1Shot and went on to score "unofficially**" another win on the 2016 season. Tovet was second followed by Strehle, Bubba Durbin, and Harden McCormick

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Arnold Grabs Gold Helmet on Greenville Gumbo

Michael Arnold in Greenville Speedway Victoy Lane.
(NeSmith Media photo)

 Greenville, MS Michael Arnold has seen great success in his racing endeavors over the last couple of seasons, and has already visited victory lane several times in 2016. He was the 2015 NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series National Champion and is in contention for the 2016 Weekly Racing Championship as well. But one thing that has eluded the Hattiesburg, MS driver has been picking up one of the NeSmith Touring Series golden helmets that are awarded to the winners at national events. That quest has come to an end after Arnold picked up his first golden helmet trophy on Saturday night at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS on night 2 of the Rumble on the Gumbo.

OSP Races in Tribute of Scot Woods

Photo from Karla's Pics
Videos property of Debbie Nelms

Scot Woods Tribute

Southern Eagle Budweiser Late Models
Robert Diekemper #48
Eddie Morris #44
Ryan Davis
Donnie Bazemore, Jr. #28
Jordan Feider #2
Eric Register #12
Kevin Davis #21
Mark Davis #41
Dennis Morris
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Sunday, July 17, 2016

(Videos) Haskins Brings His Winning Ways To Cochran

Chaz Haskins celebrates his victory

1) Chaz Haskins
2) Josh Taylor
3) Bailey Harris
4) Tyler Mimbs
5) Caleb Gay
6) Ron Thomas
7) Wesley Roberson
Late Models

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Smith Slides To Victory At Senoia Raceway

Clint Smith
Submitted by Ted Austad

Photo credits: Francis Hauke

(July 17, 2015 - Senoia, GA)  After completing a perfect slide job on a pair of young hot shoes, veteran short track ace Clint ‘Cat Daddy’ Smith of Senoia roared on to his sixth Super Late Model feature win of the season at Senoia Raceway.  Smith slid in front of Douglasville’s Mason Massey to gain second before performing the same feat two laps later to gain the lead over Senoia’s Joey Armistead.

“Finished second tonight, got passed on slider with a few to go. And finishing right behind someone with as much practice and experience as Clint isn't something to be upset about,” said the 19-year-old Armistead.  “On the bright side I learned a new move tonight.”

Smith also captured the Limited Late Model feature victory while Alabama’s ‘Thrillin’ Dylan Knowles won the main event for the Crate Late Models.  Griffin’s Jack Mills grabbed the checkered flag for the B Cadets and Curtis Turner of Brooks claimed the top spot for the Hobby Stocks.  Dorough Bright of Newnan won for the second straight week in the Bomber division competition and Griffin’s Marc Leath brought home his first win of the season besting the Mini Stock class.

Top 5 Finishes In Features At East Alabama Motor Speedway (With Commentary)

Joseph Brown
Submitted by Lamar McClellan
Photos by Christopher McGuire

EAMS Late Model:
1 - #92 Joseph Brown - picks up his 3rd points win of the season in his Five Star Hyundai rocketship.
2 - #47 Tyler Ivey Crowder - a rare 2nd place finish - he's usually in 1st !
3 - #K9 Dana Eiland - gains one point on points leader Rick Culpepper - now trails by 10 points.
4 - #110 Rick Culpepper - maintains the points lead with a solid run.
5 - #4 Dusty Jones - gets his third top 5 finish of the year.

Saturday, July 16, 2016

Bloomquist Charges Late to Win NAPA Know How 50

Press release and photo from Lucas Oil Series

GRANITE CITY, ILLINOIS (July 15, 2016) – Scott Bloomquist passed Earl Pearson Jr. with three laps-to-go to win the NAPA Know How 50 on Friday Night at Tri-City Speedway. The current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Leader went on for his ninth series win of the season and he extended his points lead.
 Pearson was looking for his first LOLMDS win of the season, and appeared to be heading to victory lane, but a lapped car slowed his momentum and allowed Bloomquist to make the late-race pass. Don O’Neal finished in third, followed by 14th-starting Brandon Sheppard, and Dennis Erb Jr.

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Cory Hedgecock picked up Night #1 Win at Greenville
NeSmith Media/Bruce Carroll Photo

Greenville, MS – Cory Hedgecock of Loudon, TN put his Eagle Racing Engines/Brucebilt Performance Rocket race car in victory lane at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS on Friday night to pick up his fourth win of the 2016 season on the Touring Series. Scott Dedwylder remains in striking distance of Hedgecock after finishing in the second position, followed by Greenville, MS racer Greg Fore in the Washington Auto Body Rocket, Michael Arnold in the Strength Center special, and Chase Edge rounding out the top 5 finishers

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

“Rumble on the Gumbo” Nationals at Greenville Speedway July 15th and 16th

Cartersville, GA - The NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series Touring Division will make its return to the Wesley Washington and James Clolinger promoted Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi this Friday and Saturday nights July 15th and 16th for the "Rumble on the Gumbo". The weekend will see a complete show for the NeSmith Dirt Late Model Series cars on both Friday and Saturday night.
Friday night's program will feature a 40 lap, $2,000 to win main event, and Saturday will see another full program featuring a 50 lap, $2,500 to win main event.

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Submitted by NesmithRacing

Cartersville, GAAfter Week 16 action, Spencer Hughes remains the man in charge as he sits atop the point standings. Hughes has 14 weeks of competition completed now, and is only 9 points away from a perfect 700 point season. He will begin dropping his lowest points races and work towards the perfect score.
 Headlines from Week 16:
Ricky “The Hippie” Idom continues his hot streak at Hattiesburg Speedway after picking up the win on Friday night July 8th.
  • Cameron Metts made a return to victory lane at Albany Motor Speedway Saturday July 9th. Cameron is trying to net as many wins and points as possible as he will be going into our nation’s military and will be leaving for training soon. We wish Cameron the best of luck in the coming weeks, and appreciate his decision to serve our country!!
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  • Tuesday, July 12, 2016

    Austin Horton Captures Checkered At Senoia Raceway

    Photo by Chris McGuire

    July 11, 2016 – Senoia, GA)  Austin Horton of Whitesburg held off two late race challenges by Winston’s Michael Page and Senoia’s Clint ‘Cat Daddy’ Smith to win the Super Late Model main event at Senoia Raceway on Saturday night.  The 20-year-old stayed in front of the veterans to capture his second win of the season at the tough, racy 3/8ths mile ‘Bull Ring’.

     Clint Smith did get into the winner’s circle hoisting the checkered flag after the Limited Late Model feature.  Winston’s Mark Page was victorious in the Crate Late Model race while Newnan’s Bobby Arnold won the B Cadet main.  Hogansville’s Gary Brand was the winner of the Hobby Stocks, Brannon Knight won the Mini Stocks and Newnan’s Dorough Bright won for the second time this season in the Bomber.

    David Showers Sr. breaks the streak, finds victory lane in the Iron Man Series!

    Photo from Florida Racing Connection
    Article from Track Staff

    7-11-2016) Barberville, Fl It was another great night of racing at Volusia Speedway Park on Saturday as four classes took to the Worlds Fastest Half Mile with the Youngs Enterprises Iron Man Series Race #2 headlining the evening for the V8 Thunderstocks.
     The first feature event of the night saw the Mercedes Benz of Daytona Beach Limited Late Models take center stage as Shan Smith made his second appearance of 2016 at VSP and would take home the win over Nevin Gainey who has dominated the 2016 season in his Snow Brothers 17G. Nevin has had a bit of bad luck as of late, but with his runner up finish reclaimed the points lead from veteran Paul Shead as only four points separate the two drivers. Tom Smith recorded his best feature finish of the year in third, Rookie Noah Cornman came home fourth and Lewis Ledlow rounded out the top five.
     Next up would be the Daytona Sportswear Modifieds as Larry Burkins would continue flashes of the 2014 championship season dominating the feature event once again. Garret Stewart came home in second, Hunter Gustafson third, Dillon Buhr fourth, and Patrick Vereika come home in fifth, which also was his first start of 2016. The points battle still sees Stewart leading Burkins because Burkins missed a race earlier on in the year.