There are two huge costs a weekly race track can help control: tires and motors. South Boston Speedway has worked diligently over the years to keep those costs in check. Just a year ago, South Boston Speedway implemented a two-tire rule in the Late Model Stock division to cut teams’ tire costs in half. At
Saturday night’s victory was a win years in the making for popular Virginia racer Macy Causey. Causey, 16, received a lot of notoriety the last two seasons. Later in the year, she followed that up when she made the field for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 thanks to a fast qualifying effort. However, she had
On Saturday night, Tim Brown showed us how quickly a night can go from hot to cold at Bowman Gray Stadium. Brown was the fastest qualifier with a time of 13.555, placing him on the pole for the start of the first 25-lapper for the Brad’s Golf Cars Modified Series. Lee Jeffreys of Wallburg threatened
Timmy Solomito muscled his way past Doug Coby with seven laps to go to score the victory in Saturday night’s City of Hampton 150 at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway – his second victory of the season in the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour. Coby had dominated much of the event, leading all but six laps,
The weekend schedule for the ValleyStar Credit Union 300, the first race under Martinsville Speedway’s new state-of-the-art LED lighting system has been set. Open practice for NASCAR’s biggest richest and most prestigious Late Model Stock Car race will take place a week before the race, on Thursday, September 14. Pole Day is scheduled for Friday,
Mike Looney and Boo Boo Dalton each picked up wins in Sunday’s Late Model Stock Car doubleheader at Franklin County Speedway in Callaway, Virginia. Looney, who came in with plenty of momentum after winning at Motor Mile Speedway a week earlier, qualified on the pole for the first of the two 50 lap races and
Dale Earnhardt, Jr. first said in 2014 that he would be interested in racing Late Model Stock Cars after he retired from racing full-time in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series, something he reiterated on Friday.
Two titans of Bowman Gray Stadium racing gave it all they had on Saturday night, battling back and forth for 200 laps while the crowd sat on the edge of their seats.
Lee Jeffreys’ decision to run his late father’s number was pretty easy. Lee’s father, Robert Jeffreys, who took the 1994 and 95′ Modified titles, had a storied career that spanned 51 years. Sadly, Robert’s nearly 10 year fight with cancer finally ended this past February. He always ran the white and blue #75 from the
Around this time every year, our friends at Speed51.com do a “Short Track Draft” and they ask a panel of “industry experts” to participate. After filing mine out, I have decided to share my ballot. The criteria are simple. Drivers must be 25-years-old or younger as of April 1st, drivers must not have a full-time