Kingsport Speedway Announces Full Slate of LMSC Races for 2018

Kingsport Speedway will once again host a full slate of NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car races this season beginning with a sampling of Saturday night dates to lure in cars from tracks around the region that have closed down recently.

“Since the track re-opening in 2011 we have seen seven consecutive seasons of successful car counts and growing fan counts each and every week,” said Karen Tunnell, General Manager and Promoter at Kingsport Speedway.

“With weekly tracks closing in the surrounding areas, we are looking to increase car counts in every division. We have been contacted by several drivers in different divisions that are expressing interest in competing at Kingsport Speedway in 2018.”

“The Concrete Jungle” cranks up on Saturday, March 24 with an afternoon event followed by a March 31st and April 7th Saturday events before going back to it’s traditional Friday night schedule on April 20th.

Kingsport Speedway will also host the CARS Tour Late Model Stock Car series on July 14th. It’ll be the series first visit to the Concrete Jungle and is sure to be a fan favorite event.

Additional touring series and other events may be added.

Schedule:
March 24th – Season Opener LMSC (3pm Saturday Start Time)
March 31 – Twin LMSC (3pm Saturday Start Time)
April 7th – LMSC (3pm Saturday Start Time)
April 20th – LMSC (First Friday Night Race)
April 27th – LMSC
May 4th – LMSC
May 11th – LMSC
May 25th – LMSC
June 1st – Twin LMSC
June 8th – LMSC
June 15th – Super Cup Series
June 22nd – LMSC
June 29th – LMSC
July 6th – LMSC Special Event TBA
July 14th – CARS Tour LMSC Series (Saturday)
July 20th- LMSC
July 27th – LMSC
August 3rd – LMSC
August 10th – LMSC
August 24th – LMSC
August 31st – LMSC Championship Night
September 14th – Non Winners LMSC Race


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Langley founded what you see today because he saw a gap in coverage for Late Model Stock Cars (LMSC), which race primarily throughout the southeast region. His passion and determination for LMSC helped grow the brand of not only Race22.com but the reputation of LMSC racing. While he’s not as involved today as he once was he’s still the driving force behind race22.com and is continuing to grow LMSC racing by promoting tracks and events throughout the region.