Your Weekly Georgia Stock Racing Newsletter

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July 13 (Fri.) Lavonia regular show (now on Fridays)

July 13 (Fri.) Cochran Demo Derby and double points

July 13 (Fri.) North Georgia Speedway Southern All Stars $5000 to win

July 14 Cleveland Speedway Southern All Stars $5000 to win

July 14 Birmingham Intl. Speedway. ASA late models

July 14 Cochran Goodyear Challenge (win heat & feature for free set of

July 14 Hartwell Speedway regular show

July 14 New Gordon Park regular show

July 14 Lanier regular show with LMs and Super Trucks. Fire, EMT, and
police night.

July 14 Toccoa regular show

July 14 Swainsboro Racing all divs.

July 14 Anderson (SC) Speedway. GA Asphalt Series

July 14 Cleveland Southern All Stars $5000 to win

July 14 Dixie Top Tracks LM Series races for $2000 to win. Bike races
for kids

July 15 Rome Southern All Stars $5000 to win

July 20 Atlanta Motor Speedway Kumho Street Warriorz,a street legal drag
race, open to anyone with a street legal car, truck or motorcycle.
Smoky Burnout Contest, Loudest Stereo Contest, Ugliest Car Contest, Car
Cram, Live Music and DJ, "Show and Shine" contest, Extreme sport demos,
including the BMX Mongoose Bike Demo, Tattoo contests and Swimsuit

July 20 (Fri.) Five Flags (Pensacola, FL) Sizzler 100 laps $4000 to win

July 20 (Fri.) Lavonia Southern Nationals, $35
00 to win.

July 21 Mobile Intl. (AL) Super Series 100 laps $4000 to

July 21 Douglas regular program

July 21 Screven Motor Speedway Southern Natl.s LM Series $5,300 to win

July 21 Talladega Short Track Southern All Stars $5400 to win

July 21 Swainsboro Racing all divs.

July 21 Lanier “Home grown tomato night”, Founder Bud Lunsford returns,
NVRA Vintage races

July 21 Peach State GA Asphalt Series

July 21 Hartwell Speedway regular show

July 22 (Sun.) Nashville Fairgrounds NASCAR Busch East Series

Track Promotion of the Year
Unfortunately it got noticed too late for our Boyd’s Promotion
Contest, but our winner might have been Lanier’s Home Grown Tomato
Contest next week (July 21). Every fan bringing a tomato gets a $1
discount, and the big one wins $25. The concession stand will be
selling fried green tomatoes and tomato sandwiches.
Visiting the speedway for the first time in recent years will be
founder Bud Lunsford. The NVRA vintage race cars will be racing too.

The Monty Morrow promoted North Georgia Speedway will kick off the
weekend on Friday night, July 13, with a $5000 to win Southern All Stars
event. The drivers then move over to Morrow's other track, the Cleveland
(TN) Speedway, on Saturday, July 14, for the 10th Annual Jean Johnson
Memorial which will also pay $5000 to the winner. The Sunday, July 15,
finale will be at the Swims family's big 1/2 mile oval, the Rome (GA)
International Speedway. The tracks are all located within approximately
one hours drive of the other.
The high point earner for the weekend will pick up an additional
$1000 in cash while second will receive $600 and third will get $400.
The fourth and fifth place drivers in weekend points will each receive a
free entry fee at a future O'Reilly Southern All Stars event and a case
of oil from Schaeffer's Racing Oil and Lubricants.

Surrounded by Lanier, Toccoa, Hartwell, Peach State, and
Winder-Barrow, all racing on Saturday night, Lavonia is switching to a
Friday night schedule starting this week. Next Friday, the Southern
Nationals Tour for LMs visits, paying $3500 to win.

Guess we missed the first two, but July 30-Aug. 3 the Lowe’s Motor
Speedway and chef Matthew Beard are having their third annual Kids
Cooking Camp. Campers, paying $125 tuition, will learn to prepare such
delicacies as Pizza on a Stick, Hobo Stew, Obi-Wan Kebabs, Ice Cream
Baked Potato, Frozen Chocolate Mudslide Pie, and Skipper's Kool-Aid Cake.

Kenny Adams became the first repeat winner for the American Sprint
Car Series Rebel Region by charging to victory lane in the 25-lap
feature at Sugar Creek Raceway.

Fire on the track: a series of photos from the hobby division at
Hagerstown. Hopefully drivers will look, and practice getting out
quick. Hopefully track officials will look, and practice quick
responses. Photos by Clifford Dove © 2007.

In five races, Kyle Mitchell has three wins and one third in the Pro
Challenge Series Georgia Div. They’ll be at Senoia Sat. for a 50-lapper
and at Peach State next Sat. These cars can reach 95 to 110 mph on 3/8
and 1/2-mile tracks, and have a Kawasaki water-cooled engine. Also on
the Senoia program will be the ISCARS series (once known as the NASCAR
Goody’s Dash Series) for 150 laps. Current point leader Danny Bagwell
won when the series raced at Lanier in 1995.

The Carolina Clash race once on the schedule for New Gorndon Park
for this weekend is off. The new date is not on the Clash website. The
Clash visits Toccoa Aug. 18.

The 1st Annual Senoia Raceway Racer's Reunion is scheduled for
Saturday, August 4. The event is being held to honor past racers from
Senoia Raceway's history including those who raced during both the dirt
and paved surface eras. In addition to the O'Reilly USCS sprint cars and
racing in four stock car divisions, the August 4th event features a full
program of racing for the National Vintage Racing Association vintage racecars. Between thirty-five and forty cars
from the 1929-1968 vintage circle track eras are expected for this

Announcer Keith Cochran, from Greenville-Pickens (SC) Speedway says
a NASCAR official short-circuited at their track when he saw people in
the pits wearing shorts. Somewhere in the NASCAR rule book there is a ban.

I-20 Speedway (at I-20 exit 39, 39 miles past Augusta) is having an
$8,000 to win Super Late Model dirt race July 21, and there’s a $1000
pole award. It’s the 7th ANNUAL
leader Ricky Weeks is a confirmed entry, according to track PR.

Ray Cook’s O’Reilly Southern Nationals - a ten race in 13 days trek
through VA, SC, NC, and GA - starts Monday, July 16. Each race pays
$3500 or $5300, and they’ll be at Lavonia next Friday and at Screven Sat.
Wythe Raceway - Rural Retreat, VA
$3,500 to win, $350 to start
Previous Winners: Dennis Franklin ('06)
Cherokee Speedway - Gaffney, SC
$3,500 to win, $350 to start
Previous Winners: Rain (’06)
Tri-County Race Track - Brasstown, NC
$3,500 to win, $350 to start
Previous Winners: Benji Cole ('05), Casey Roberts ('06)
Lavonia Speedway - Lavonia, GA
$3,500 to win, $350 to start
Previous Winners: Rain ('05), Anthony White ('06)
Screven Motor Speedway - Sylvania, GA
$5,300 to win, $500 to start
Previous Winners: Henry Carter ('06)

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Sundays on ESPN2, thru Aug. 5: World of Outlaws winged sprint cars and
late models.
Sun., July 15, Noon WOO Sprints Kings Royal from Eldora
Sun., July 22, Noon WOO Sprints from Lernerville
Sun., July 29, Noon WOO Sprints from K-C Raceway

This Friday night (7-6-07) Boyd's Speedway will have their second
visit from a group of dwarf cars hailing from the Middle Tennessee area,
in addition to all of our other "usual suspects". "These guys must have
really enjoyed their first Boyd's experience, because they've been
asking to come back ever since" said co-promoter Russ Russkin.
Boyd’s Speedway is proud to announce the first “Big Race” under its
new ownership on Friday, July 20. Boyd’s Speedway will host the first
“Bug Man 30”, a $1000.00 to win Limited/Crate Late Model event paying
$1000.00 to win, brought to you by Jody Millard Pest Control. There will
also racing in the A Hobby, B Hobby, and Pony divisions. No Front
Runners this night. Representatives from the Chattanooga State
Motorsports Program will be at the track to talk about the great
opportunities available with their Program.
Boyd’s Speedway is a 1/3 mile clay oval located near Chattanooga, TN
on the TN/GA state line one mile east of I-75.
Each Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. eastern the Chattanooga State
Motorsports Dirt Racing Hour is on Chattanooga’s TalkRadio 102.3 FM or
on the web at (from Steve Milling)
Boyds Speedway Results
1. #23 Craig Burrows Chickamauga, Ga (first win)
2. #5 Ronnie Johnson Chattanooga, Tn
3. #5 Jeremy Pruitt Chattanooga, Tn
1. #T6 Todd Hernandez Rossville, Ga
2. #0 Scott Boyd Chattanooga, Tn
3. #10 John Clark Tunnel Hill, Ga
1. #H11 Patrick Harvey Hixson, Tn
2. #08 Chad Collins Soddy Daisy, Tn
3. #06 John Barats Soddy Daisy, Tn
1. #5 John Smith Soddy Daisy, Tn
2. #37 Jason Oglesby Ringgold, Ga
3. #10 Jimmy Brown Harrison, Tn
1. #7 Kenny Kizzar Graysville, Tn
2. #17 Brandon Hutcheson Soddy Daisy, Tn
3. #7x Jeff Curvin Ringgold, Ga

Manning Drayage has added to the purse making it $750 to win for
advanced 4 cyl. cars at Winder-Barrow Speedway Sat. Minimum 8 car field.
Rules incl. NO alumnium heads, Stock frame with fire wall, Floor pan
behind seat, 2 barrel carburetor, Stock suspension (no jigs), Open back,
and Open Tires. Track: 770-867-6327.

Screven Motor Speedway, the “Action Track of the South”, is off this
week, and hosts the 8th Annual Rebel Yell next Sat. (July 21) featuring
Ray Cook’s Southern National LM Touring Series in a $5300 to win 53-lap
race. THE BIG GUNS OUTLAW GRUDGE SHOOTOUT at the drag strip is included
in the $20 ticket.
At Screven’s July 7 O'Reilly Southern All Stars show:
1 - 3 - Chesley Dixon - Swainsboro, GA
2 - 22 - Randle Chupp - Troutman, NC
3 - 30 - Dennis Franklin - Gaffney, SC
4 - 104 - Monk Gulledge - Batesburg, SC
5 - 4 - Mark Vineyard - Powell, TN
6 - 17 - Ricky Williams - Fayetteville, GA
7 - 44 - Clint Smith - Senoia, GA
8 - 27 - Jeff Fortner - Vidalia, GA
9 - 66 - Jake Knowles - Tyrone, GA

Douglas Motorsports Park is off this week, and has a double points
race next Sat.

Regular racing in Bandoleros, Mini Stock, Legends, Super Street,
Claimers, and Pure Stock is on the schedule Sat. at Watermelon Capital
Speedway in Cordele. HOT LAPS START AT 6:30 PM. ADMISSION: Adults $10
Ages 6-11 $5 5 and under free.
Bandoleros - Rawlin West
Mini Stock - Jimmy Chancy
Legends -Adam Gay
Pure Stock - Billy Nipper
Claimer Cars - Brian Belcher

One of the most entertaining websites in GA racing is and its fan forum, which hosts all
types of comments, accusations, charges, and compliments. Occasionally
track owner Marvin Ragan posts too:
“Most people that frequent the track are normal, god fearing people
who try to do what is right. The few that post all these outrageous
things on this site are abnormal and their thoughts and opinions are
taken for what they are worth by most people.”
And they’ve convinced us to cheer for 15-year-old Preston Streetman
in No. 67.

At Cochran, Brad Comer won the $1500 to win LM feature, with Stacy
Roberts second. Mitch Fulford led every lap of the Sportsman feature.
Joe Cartwright was the star of the Road Hawg feature, going from 19th to
3rd, as Kyle Conyer won the $1000 race.
This Friday Cochran has the Old Timer’s Shootout and a $600 to win
Super Stock feature. Saturday Fat Baby’s sponsors a kid’s money toss
during intermission of the regular show.

What’s a track cost? $475,000 for a “1/3 mile deep banks gumbo
track” in Tunica, MS, with 65 acres, seating for 4,000, and large
concession stand and large restrooms, according to an ad in NSSN. Phone

Hartwell Results July 7
1. Parker Herring #17 (Fast Time - 18.00)
2. Paul Byrum #12
3. Micheal Chancey #21
1. Justin Sims #18 (3 in a row)
2. Ashley Poole #7 (Fast Time)
3. Chris Cape #118
4. Johnathon Taylor #8
1. Jimmy Booth Sr. #47
2. Danny Sanders #4
1. David Archer #39
2. Brandon Puckett #53
3. Mark Chancey #20
1. Jimmy Little #58
2. Jennifer Everett #J19
3. Henry Vaughn #11
1. Brandon Parson #28
The unofficial Hartwell Forum has lots of news: - 60k -
Regular show this Sat. night.

Friday (July 13) the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will run on
"Alabama's Action Track". North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, for a
$7,000 to win show at the Jeff Greer promoted facility. Saturday Night,
July 14th "The Baddest Bullring in the South". Johnny Stokes' Columbus
Speedway in Columbus, MS will host a $10,000 to win race.


OSAS TOP TEN:1.Mark Vineyard 1136; 2.Ivedent Lloyd 1094; 3.Stacy Holmes
904; 4.Jake Knowles 856; 5.Casey Roberts 716; 6.Dennis Franklin 702;
7.Clint Smith 634; 8.Bryan Sumner 580; 9.Casey Barrow 480; 10.Shane
Clanton 442

Holmes 904; 2.Jake Knowles 856; 3.Casey Roberts 716; 4.Bryan Sumner 580.
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Upcoming Events at East Alabama:
All Military With ID Admitted Free
Gigantic Fireworks Display
Stock Car Racing In Late Model, Super Street, Hobby,
Bomber, Pony Stock & Modified
Saturday - July 21 - 8:00pm
Plus Stock Car Racing In Super Street, Hobby,
Bomber, Pony Stock & Modified

A live radio show, 'Budweiser Track Talk with Phil and guest' is on
most Thursdays at 8:00 AM in south GA on 105.9 FM and simulcast on the
web at mms://
The show highlights racing at South Georgia.
The McDonalds Super Series, with racing for L/M,S/S,P/S, and T/L,
returns Saturday at 7:00.

Fifteen-year-old Trey Robb from Newcastle, OK, won the
O'Reilly Auto Parts United Sprint Car Series 30-lap winged sprint car
feature race at Watermelon Capital Speedway last Sunday. It was Robb's
third O’Reilly USCS Asphalt Thunder Tour win in-a-row and his fourth win
on the season in the series. Ben Fritz from Ocala, FL, who set the fast
time of 13.48 seconds around the paved 3/8-mile oval, was second.
Eighteen year-old Rookie of the Year candidate Nick DeFeo from Marietta
finished in a career-high third place. Rain showers postponed the
feature race until Sunday afternoon. Robb also won at Greenville-Pickens
(SC) Friday night.

Kyle Petty’s "Chick-Fil-A Charity Ride" and a bunch of motorcycles
arrive in Augusta the evening of Wed., July 18th and departs July 19th.
The Augusta International Raceway Preservation Society (AIRPS) has
invited the riders to stop at the Augusta International Raceway Memorial
their departure on July 19th. The ride is a fundraiser for the "Victory
Junction Gang" camp and AIRPS is collecting donations. Mail donation to to:
Augusta International Raceway Preservation Society
PO Box 1403
Hephzibah, GA 30815
Make the checks payable to: Victory Junction Gang
(From Henry Jones)

At New Green Valley Speedway in Glencoe, AL, July 3, Dale McDowell,
of Chicamauga, started on the pole for the The Advance Auto Parts
Thunder Series $5000 to win show and won, with Ray Cook second. After a
celebratory interview in victory lane, McDADDY jumped directly into an
awaiting Crate racecar on the front straight-away, and earned another
$2,000 for the 30 lap FASTRAK crate LM feature.
At Rome Sunday night, Todd Morrow drove the Warrior house car to a
win in the Super LM features, and drove his crate car to the Top Tracks
LM feature. Another oddity: Ronnie Johnson was second in both races.
Jeff Smith, Rome and Dixie’s history professor, says it hasn’t happened
there in the past because drivers could only compete in one class.
And at Green Valley June 23, T.J. Alford won $3000 by winning in the
Rebel Super Late Models and by winning the limited LMs. Green Valley is
going to be offering a bonus for doubles on some upcoming nights. (from
Steve Hixson)

Jack Pennington, in third place, watched his son Travis win his
first ever super late model feature on Wednesday night in the Southern
All-Stars East show at Swainsboro Speedway. The next night, Pennington
led every lap of the SAS Independence Triple Crown Kick-Off at Swainsboro.
1 – 01 Jack Pennington – Winston, GA
2 – 22 Randle Chupp – Troutman, NC
3 – 4 Ed Basey – Evans, GA
4 – 66 Jake Knowles – Tyrone, GA
5 – 101 Casey Roberts – Toccoa, GA
6 – 3 Chesley Dixon – Swainsboro, GA
8 – 27 Jeff Fortner – Vidalia, GA
11 – L7 Lee Sutton – Taylorsville, GA
12 – 98 Casey Barrow – Savannah, GA
14 – 41 Bryan Sumner – Hiram, GA
15 – 1N Jordy Nipper – Gray, GA
16 – M31 Michael Akeson – Augusta, GA
The track has racing in all divs. Sat.

At Golden Isles, in the final races before the track is shortened,
Terry Lumley won the Friday night National Late Model Series race.
Jeremy Faircloth, Johnny Collins, Alex Vickers, and Tyler Ivey
followed. Johnny Collins won the Sat. race, after Mike Massengill’s
motor was disqualified. The NLMS is very prosperous this summer, with 10
drivers not making this show. Next up is the NLMS Bama Bash at Penton
and East Alabama Aug. 3-4.
Mary Jane Cardwell’s NLMS pictures are at:

Friday evening, for the second leg of the South Georgia Independence
Triple Crown at Oglethorpe Speedway Park, Randle Chupp, of Troutman, NC,
led all fifty laps at the Coastal Georgia half mile en route to his
first O’Reilly Southern All Stars win since 2003.
A lap eleven incident was the most serious of the night. Lee Sutton
got into the outside wall coming under the flagstand. Sutton was able to
keep moving and pulled back into the racing groove but when he throttled
back up his Rocket Chassied race car snapped around and came to rest
pointed head-on into traffic. Two cars were able to avoid Sutton but
Thursday night winner Jack Pennington hit Sutton’s machine nearly
head-on at speed. The melee also collected the Jake Knowles mount.
Sutton, Pennington and Knowles were all able to walk away the horrific
crash. Sutton and Pennington’s Rocket Chassis were both completely
destroyed while Knowles TNT Race Car only suffered front end damage.
Wreck pictures are at Pix #DSC_0593 at
Official Finish
1 – 22 Randle Chupp – Troutman, NC
2 – 30 Dennis Franklin – Gaffney, SC
3 – 4 Mark Vineyard – Powell, TN
4 – 44 Clint Smith – Senoia, GA
5 – 21 Ivedent Lloyd – Ocala, FL

Sugar Creek Raceway Results
1.Shawn Chastain X15
2.Bear Patterson D7
3.Micheal Barnett 37
4.George Mashburn 13-dnf
5.Davin Dillback 30-dnf
6.Tony Morris M31-dnf
00-Johnny Chastain did not start
105-Preston Graves did not start
33-Danny Ledford
18-Sam Paris
53-Joe Picklesimer
9-Rob Johnson

Take a look at the Women of Cochran Speedway:

Hundreds of street legal drag cars will flock to the Atlanta Motor
Speedway Friday for a night of exciting drag racing during the Kuhmo
Tires Street Warriorz national tour.
Participants have the opportunity to strap into their high
performance vehicles and rocket down AMS’ eighth-mile drag strip.
Everything from high-dollar sports cars to barely-running junkers can
be found racing down AMS’ pit road drag strip.

Suicide Circle Speedway in Albany has a special 40-lap feature for
the Pure Stocks with $500 to win. Racing at 8:00.

The “Upstate 100” event at Anderson (SC) Motor Speedway Friday night
will feature the 100-lap Georgia Asphalt Series feature, as well as
Anderson’s local divisions, the B-Minis, C-Minis, Renegades and Legends
Cars, plus a spectacular fireworks display. Adult tickets are just $15
and kids 12 and under are admitted free. Anderson Motor Speedway is
located just minutes off Interstate 85 at exit 27.
Russell Fleeman, who has a series-high four victories on the season,
leads the GAS points. Bubba Pollard, who won the GAS event at
Peachstate Speedway in May, is second in points, followed by David
Elliott, Michael Pope and Greg Motes. Fredrick Moore, who won at
Anderson last year, is sixth, while leading Five Star Race Car Bodies
Rookie of the Year candidate Kyle Fowler is seventh in the standings.

Clint Smith found a clean groove and rode it to victory in last
week’s World of Outlaws Late Model Series ‘Missouri 50’ at Lebanon I-44
Speedway. The Senoia, Ga., star marched forward from the 10th starting
spot to grab the lead from Rick Eckert of York, Pa., on lap 28. He
controlled the remainder of the distance to pocket $10,000 for his third
tour triumph of the 2007 season. Shane Clanton, of Locust Grove, was fifth.
250 pictures:

A double-file restart with just two laps remaining on July 3rd at
Peach State Speedway (GA) set up for a grand finale in the Pro All Stars
Series (PASS) South “Firecracker 125.” Corey Williams took the lead on
lap 122 of the 125-lap race and held off a determined Preston Peltier on
a final green-white-checkered restart for his second-straight PASS South
victory after winning on June 9th at Orange County Speedway (NC).
Preston Peltier pulled even with Williams on the white flag lap of
the feature, but was unable to clear the Boothbay, Maine native for the
victory and settled for second. Ryan Crane dominated the middle portion
of the event and finished third. Kevin Perry and Jason Hogan rounded out
the top-five.
The PASS South Super Late Models will return to action on Saturday
August 4th for the “Saturday of Speed” event at Lanier National Speedway.
The show was the first Super Late Model race at Peach State in
nearly five years. PASS South has qualifying, and then two heat races
and a dash to set the starting field, so fans got four races.
Jason Hogan (5th), of Cleveland, was the highest finishing of six
Georgians. Allen Gordon (6th), of Leesburg, who usually runs the UARA
series, had a bad qualifying run. Joey Senter (7th) qualified 10th.
Bubba Pollard, of Senoia, wrecked, and Lee Hansard, of Tyrone, and
Russell Fleeman, finished in the rear after bad luck. Jeremy Rice won
his heat race from the pole, but was 13th in the feature.

Johnny Chastain turned his luck around at Cleveland Speedway
Saturday night as the Murphy, NC, driver parked in victory lane after a
dominant performance in the Late Model feature. Cleveland Late Model
point leader Paul Tims was second.
This Saturday night Cleveland Speedway will host the 17th Annual
Budweiser Jean Johnson Memorial, the second part of the Southern All
Star triple header. On Friday night the stars and cars of the Southern
All Star Series will be at North Georgia Speedway for a Budweiser
sponsored $5,000 to win event. Sunday night the series is at Rome.

Toccoa has it’s regular show Sat., plus kids bike races. Next Sat.
the Southeast Late Model Sportsman Series headlines the show. For back
to school: a school bus race Aug. 4. Raceivers are required at Toccoa
starting Aug. 4.

The Birmingham International Raceway and The ASA Late Model Series
South is gearing up for the series first race in the Magic City
Saturday, the Crimson 125. This will be the series first of two races
this year at the historic 5/8th mile oval.
BIR is located off Interstate 20/59, just west of downtown
Birmingham at the Alabama State Fair Complex. Take I-20/59 to exit #120
then follow the green Alabama State Fair Complex signs to the raceway.
ASA Late Model Qualifying at 5:45, On-Track Autograph Sessions at
7:00, and six features starting at 7:35.
Pro Late Models Independence 100
1 Gary Sanford Jr Maytown, Alabama
2 Gary Nix Warrior, Alabama
3 Dennis Reno Jr Morris, Alabama
4 Tyler Townsend Longview, Texas
5 Andy Lawrie Dacula, Georgia

Dale - The Movie - One Night Event - Thurs., July 19:
(at these theaters oly)
Galleria Mall Stadium Cinemas Warner Robins (Centerville)
Hollywood Stadium Cinemas Gainesville
Valdosta Stadium Cinemas
Town Center Stadium 16 Kennesaw
Arbor Place Stadium 18 Douglasville
Mall Of Georgia Stadium 20 Buford
Augusta Exchange Stadium 20

Dixie Speedway Results 6-30-07
19 - Wayne Echols
77 - Tim Day
L7 - Lee Sutton
17 - Ricky Williams
8 - Tyson Harrell
18 - Jake Harrell
3 - Luther Jenkins
10 - Anthony Hill
25 - Jay Smith
16 - Tracy Pearson
9 - Shane Fulcher
8 - David Burton
15 - Dusty Chitwood*
4 - Ken Rupp*
41 - Bryan Sumner
*May not be correct order.
3 - Bobby Tucker
03 - Oliver Gentry
84 - Jason Smith
59 - Richard Yeoman
6 - Cary Seres
27L - Doug Ludwig
22 - Alan Brewer
24 - Richard Thomas
59 - Dale Thurman
73 - Blake Smith
In only his first year in the Super Late Model division at Dixie
Speedway, eighteen year old Jake Herrell from Villa Rica Georgia outran
some of the best in the business and got his first Super Late Model
victory July 7. Herrell passed early leaders Tim Day and his own brother
Tyson to get the win. Wayne Echols finished a hard fought second ahead
of Tim Day, Tony Morris, and Luther Jenkins.
The Top Tracks LM Series races for $2000 to win this week at Dixie.

Wanda Phillips has passed away from Injuries sustained in accident
last month at Lonesome Pine Raceway (VA). She hit the outside wall in
turn 4 and came across track head on into the inside wall. Please do
remember Wanda Phillips in prayer.... and continue to keep sons Clynis
and Freddie and family in your thoughts and prayers.

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In south GA, Richard and Phil host a live radio show most Thursdays at
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Bill Kellett’s Rolling Thunder Radio will be on Cornelia’s WCON FM 99.3
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Chattanooga and north GA now have a dirt racing show Wednesday’s at
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