Saturday, Sep 23
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Fresh off capturing this year's Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway Late Model track championship, teenager Kade Brown invades Saturday night's ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway eager to continue his winning ways. 


Set for his inaugural appearance in the nation's biggest, richest, and most prestigious NASCAR Late Model Stock Car race, Brown is hoping to showcase his craft and bring home his first Grandfather clock.


"The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 has been one of the races I've had circled on my calendar all year long," said Brown.


"I am excited to be a part of such a prestigious race, and I am thrilled to be able to turn my first laps this weekend at such an iconic race track like Martinsville Speedway."


While Brown knows there will be much to digest in the Late Model's version of the Daytona 500, the 17-year-old is ready to step up to the plate and exceed expectations in the 200-lap race on September 23.


"This is going to be the biggest race of my career up until this point, and I am definitely taking the steps to prepare myself for the race," added Brown. "A lot of cars are entered, and we will have to fight hard to put ourselves into the show, whether through qualifying or one of the consolation races before the big show.


"I have been watching a bunch of film from previous races, going over prior race setup notes with my crew chief, and been in the shop making sure everything is ready going into the race weekend.


"I am still a student of the sport and will learn a lot this weekend, but it's important to me to make sure that I can apply what I have learned not only throughout the year but on Friday that will be beneficial

under the lights Saturday night."


Brown's goal for Saturday night is simple: he'd love to stun the competition and collect his first checkered flag at the historic 0.526-mile paperclip.


"Like every racer, we are going to the track to win," sounded Brown. "I'd love to put my Matt Piercy Racing team and our partners in Victory Lane. But, to finish first, you must first finish.


"There will be a lot of cars, and track position will be everything, but if we can keep our nose clean and track position in our hands, I don't doubt we will be in contention."


An all-star field of Late Model Stock Car drivers will contend for the famed clock this Saturday night, including Connor Hall, Kaden Honeycutt, Landon Huffman, Carson Kvapil, Mike Looney, Bobby McCarty, Brendan "Butterbean" Queen, Landon Pembleton, Peyton Sellers, among others.


For Brown, the chance to race against the sport's finest is essential to the race weekend.


"Over 80 cars is a massive field, and there is tremendous talent in the field," sounded Brown.


"Ultimately, the vessel of competition sharpens our skills and pushes us to the limits of our abilities. Racing door to door with some of the sport's finest, including those who have tasted victory in an event like the ValleyStar Credit Union 300, is a humbling yet exhilarating experience.


"So, I'll give it my all, knowing that every race is a chance to learn, improve, and prove myself. I'll embrace the challenge of racing hard, but I'll never forget the importance of being respectful, not just of the competition but of the sport itself. And in return, I hope I'll earn my fellow racers' respect."


ValAsta, Carolina Driveline, Race City Steel and Puryear Tank Lines will be the primary partners on Brown's No. 23 Chevrolet.


"Without my partners, I realize that Martinsville would not be possible this weekend," explained Brown. "This season has been a lot of fun with all the trips to Victory Lane, but without the support of ValAsta, Carolina Driveline, Race City Steel and Puryear Tank Lines, I realize none of it would be possible.


"There is no better way to thank them than by just putting our team in a position to bring home another checkered flag."


Friday, September 22, features practice and qualifying for the current field of 87 entries, beginning at 2:00 p.m.


The competitors will return for an evening of intense competition on Saturday, September 23 at 7:00 p.m., broadcasted live on FloRacing and the Motor Racing Network. The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 will be a 200-lap feature race and will include three segments: 75 laps, 75 laps and 50 laps.


This year's ValleyStar Credit Union 300 will also have the largest purse in the race's history, with $125,000 to be distributed across the field of drivers.


For more on Kade Brown, please like his Facebook page (Kade Brown Racing), or follow him on Instagram (@kadebrownracing), TikTok (@kadebrown99) and Twitter (@kadebrownracing).


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The flood gates have opened as entries have begun rolling in for the 39th annual Tulsa Shootout, happening December 26-31, 2023, under the massive roof of the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla.


Already surpassing the 350 mark between the six divisions, teams can enter online 24/7 at The entry blank has been mailed out, and can be returned to 1141 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112, or faxed to (918) 836-5517.


Early entry is $100 per class and will run through November 29, 2023. Starting November 30, 2023, the cost per class will be $125, and will close on December 13, 2023. After that, teams will have to enter at the event during check-in on Monday, December 26, 2023


Creating one of the most diverse mix of drivers of any event in dirt track racing, the early list of Golden Driller hopefuls includes the 2023 Knoxville Late Model Nationals champion, Ricky Thornton, Jr., along with Frank Flud, who has three Shootout wins to his credit, and Joe B. Miller, who captured a thrilling Outlaw victory in 2017 from the back of the field, just to name a few.


The 39th annual Tulsa Shootout dates are December 27-31, 2023. Teams will move in, draw, and purchase Pit Passes on Tuesday, December 26, 2023. Practice will occur on Wednesday, December 27, 2023, with the first rounds of Heats taking the green around 7:00 P.M. (CT). Racing will continue each day, starting at 9:00 A.M., with the race for the Golden Driller wrapping up on New Year’s Eve.


Happening about every ten years, the final day of racing will be on a Sunday.


A quick reminder to teams regarding car numbers.


We do not allow reflective numbers. If your numbers are borderline or not readable, you will need to fix them. You will be given one warning during practice to fix your numbers. Numbers not fixed by race time will result in disqualification, and you will not be allowed to enter the racetrack.

Non-Wing Classes must have a number on the nose of your car. The letter must be above the number and legible. Winged Classes must have numbers on both sideboards. All cars must have legible numbers on the tail tank. Car numbers are a max of three digits. That includes the use of a letter.


For example, a car can be No. 100, or No. 10x. Not No. 100x.


Remember, we have three people hand scoring because sometimes the transponder system does go down, they fall off the car, or just stop working. We need to be able to read all car numbers so you are not scored incorrectly and also to speed up time under caution. It also helps our infield crew to move cars around when a RACEceiver malfunctions. Contrast is important. Black on black with a hint of grey is not readable when a car is in motion, especially from a distance.


Featured classes at the 39th running of the “Mecca of Micros” include A-Class, Stock Non-Wing, Restricted, Outlaw, Non-Wing Outlaw, and Junior Sprints. Information regarding specific daily running orders will be established after entries open. Online entry will be available as well as entry by phone at (918) 838-3777.


Rules questions can be directed to Matt Ward, who is the director of competition for the Tulsa Shootout. Contact for Matt Ward includes Cell Phone at (918) 995-1650 or the office at (918) 838-3777.


Fans not able to attend the 39th annual Tulsa Shootout can see every lap of action on


The Tulsa Shootout takes place at the Tulsa Expo Raceway, located inside the SageNet Center in Tulsa, Okla. More information on the event will be released as the event draws closer. All official rules, event information, and dates are online at Fans can also follow the Tulsa Shootout at and on Twitter (@TulsaShootout).


Quick Notes:


Event: 39th annual Tulsa Shootout

Where: SageNet Center – 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114

Parking: December 26, 2023 starting at 7:00 A.M.

Practice: December 27, 2023 starting at 8:00 A.M. Racing to follow

Event Dates: December 27, 2023 – December 31, 2023


Early Entry ($100/class entered): September 20, 2023 – November 29, 2023

Late Entry ($125/class entered): November 30, 2023 – December 13, 2023

At Race Entry ($125/class entered): December 26, 2023

Entries can be paid by Cash, Master Card, or Visa. No personal checks are accepted without prior approval. Entry includes Saturday Pit Pass.


Mail Entries To: Tulsa Shootout 1140 S. 83rd East Ave. Tulsa, OK 74112

Fax Entries To: (918) 836-5517

Call Entries To: (918) 838-3777

Enter Online At:


Entries will NOT be accepted via social media.


**Rules for the represented classes can be found at For any clarification on rules, contact Matt Ward at (918) 995-1650 or (918) 838-3777.

All times and order of events are tentative and subject to change based on the number of entries. The number of races will be determined after check-in has closed.


Tentative Daily Times


Event: 39th annual Tulsa Shootout

Where: SageNet Center – 4145 E 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114

Event Dates: December 26, 2023 – December 31, 2023

All times and order of events are tentative and subject to change based on the number of entries. The number of races will be determined after check-in has closed.




7:00 AM.........................................Early Parking

3:00 PM.........................................Regular Parking

12:00PM - 8:00 PM........................Sign-In / Pit Passes




8:00 AM........................................Practice Begins

6:00 PM.........................................Restrictor Tech

7:00 PM……………………………………..Racing


Pit Pass $30




7:00 AM.........................................Building Open

9:00 AM..........................................Racing

Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only.


General Admission $15

Pit Pass $30




7:00 AM.........................................Building Opens

9:00 AM........................................Racing

Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only.


General Admission $15

Pit Pass $30




7:00 AM.........................................Building Opens

9:00 AM.........................................Racing

Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only.


General Admission $15

Pit Pass $30




7:00 AM.........................................Building Opens

9:00 AM........................................Racing

5:00 PM..........................................Opening Ceremonies

All LCQ's & A Features Following Opening Ceremonies

Pit Passes sold at the North and South entrances only.


General Admission $20

Pit Pass $40


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2024 Class Lineup

RS 12 Motorsports Winged Outlaw

Hyper Racing Non-Wing Outlaw

EVO Fuel Injection A-Class Winged

Joe’s Racing Products Stock Non-Wing


Junior Sprints


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Tulsa Shootout Past Champions (Current Classes)


RS12 Motorsports Winged Outlaw Keith Crawford (1990), Pete Frazier (1993), Pete Frazier (1994), Steve Frisell (1995), Chad Davenport (1996), Rick King (1997), Pete Frazier (1998), Lee Waldroop (1999), Paul Carbone (2000), Robert Richardson (2001), Dino Tomassi & Scotty Smith (2002), Bryan Clauson & Jacob Mosley (2003), Rodney Stealy (2004), Stan Yockey & Scotty Smith (2005) , Rodney Stealy (2006), Jerrod Wilson (2007), Brady Bacon (2008), Kevin Bayer (2009), Ryan Reeves (2010), Blake Hahn (2011), Heath Duinkerken (2012), Heath Duinkerken (2013), Frank Flud (2014), Michael Faccinto (2015), Brady Bacon (2016), Joe B. Miller (2017), Christopher Bell (2018), Ben Worth (2019), Emerson Axsom (2020), Mitchell Moles (2021), Craig Ronk (2022), Emerson Axsom (2023)


Hyper Racing Non-Wing Outlaw Blake Hahn (2011), Brock Lemley (2012), Chris Andrews (2013), Steven Shebester (2014), Trey Marcham (2015), Chris Andrews (2016), Tristan Guardino (2017). Jason McDougal (2018), Zeb Wise (2019), Brady Bacon (2020), Kris Carroll (2021), Jeffrey Newell (2022). TJ Smith (2023)


EVO Fuel Injection Winged A-Class Willie Bewley (1988), Gary Edwards (1989), David Person (1991), Bubba Hunt (1992), Ryan McDonald (1993), Chris Crawford (1994), Kevin Bayer (1995), Jay Foote (1996), Darren Stewart (1997), Jerrod Wilson (1998), Shawn Wright (1999), Shawn Wright (2000), Brad Best (2002), Dex Eaton (2003), Brady Bacon (2004), Kevin Bayer (2005), Scott Sawyer & Jerrod Wilson (2006), Donnie Ray Crawford (2007), Jerrod Wilson (2008), Gary Taylor (2009), Donnie Ray Crawford (2010), Andrew Deal (2011), Kevin Bayer (2012), Chris Cochran (2013), Tucker Worth (2014), Giovanni Scelzi (2015), Miles Paulus (2016), Ayrton Gennetten (2017), Jason McDougal (2018), Jake Hagopian (2019), Kyle Spence (2020), Brian Carber (2021), Jake Hagopian (2022), Jake Hagopian (2023)


Joe’s Racing Products Stock Non-Wing Wendy Shear (1990), Jeff Dodd (1994), Paul Herdon (1996), Brady Courtney (1997), Rick Mercer (1998), Chebon Bruner (1999), Matt Walton (2002), Donnie Crawford (2003), Ronnie James (2004), Donnie Crawford (2005), Andrew Peters & Donnie Crawford (2006), Donnie Ray Crawford (2007), Rodney Stealy (2008), Riley Adair (2009), Chris Andrews (2010), Koen Shaw (2011), Chris Cochran (2012), Michael Faccinto (2013), Frank Flud (2014), Trey Marcham (2015), Jonathan Beason (2016), Frank Flud (2017). Jason McDougal (2018), Kyle Spence (2019), Alex Bright (2020), Brian Carber (2021), Emerson Axsom (2022), Gavan Boschele (2023)


Restricted 'A' Class Jonathan Beason (2001), Josh Pickle (2002), Jay Hunt (2003), Jack Dover (2004), Dalton Cole (2005), Tyler Edwards (2006), Tanner Mullens (2007), Sean Thompson (2008), Trent Carter (2009), Darien Roberts (2010), Dalton Seigler (2011), Dahne Lynn McKay (2012), Dahne Lynn McKay (2013), Alex Panella (2014), Kaylee Bryson (2015), Noah Gass (2016), Grady Mercer (2017), Corey Day (2018), Shawn Mahaffey (2019), Jade Avedisian (2020), Jaxton Wiggs (2021), Jett Nunley (2022). Jack Thomas (2023)


Junior Sprints Jordan Burnett (2001), Dustin Rhodes (2004), Mitch Faccinto (2005), Blake Hahn (2006), Drew Marshall (2007), Chance Morton (2008), Grady Chandler (2009), Josiah Ribeiro (2010), Josiah Ribeiro (2011), Kameron Beard (2012), Jadon Rogers (2013), Cannon McIntosh (2014), Nikko Panella (2015), Ryder Laplante (2016), Caeden Steele (2017), Ryan Timms (2018) , Austin Wood (2019), Jett Barnes (2020), Lucas Mauldin (2021), Lucas Mauldin (2022), Mattix McBride (2023)


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Harrison Burton and the No. 21 DEX Imaging team are headed into this weekend’s Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 at Texas Motor Speedway with an eye on the future.

Crew chief Jeremy Bullins said the DEX Imaging team plans to spend the remainder of the 2023 season putting themselves in position to dramatically improve their performance next year.
“For our team headed to Texas, we are just trying to learn and look ahead to next year as we continue to work with Harrison and understand what he’s looking for from our cars to find speed,” Bullins said. “Obviously, a year from now we want to be in the Playoffs, so we need to approach this week as an opportunity to learn as much as we can and have some good notes to work from.”
Bullins said that while the results don’t reflect it, he and Burton have made significant gains since Bullins returned to the Wood Brothers No. 21 team where he started his Cup Series career. 
Burton has qualified near the back all three weeks, but the team has found speed as the races unfolded, allowing him to work his way into the upper half of the field only to lose positions due to crashes and other issues before the conclusion of the races.
“Bristol was our third race working with Harrison, and while the starting positions or finishing positions won’t show it, we have made a ton of progress during the races,” he said. “We feel like some good finishes are right around the corner if we can get some momentum going before the season ends.”
Practice for the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 is set for Saturday at 11:35 a.m. Central Daylight Time (12:35 Eastern) and will be followed immediately by qualifying.
Sunday’s 267-lap race is scheduled to start just after 2:30 p.m. (3:30 p.m. Eastern) with TV coverage by USA Network.
Stage breaks are planned for Laps 80 and 160.


The 2023 NASCAR Cup and Xfinity Series Playoffs head to Texas Motor Speedway and the SuperMotocross World Championship Final takes place at L.A. Coliseum, headlining this weekend’s motorsports coverage across USA Network and Peacock.


The NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs Round of 12 begins this Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. Denny Hamlin won last week’s Cup Series race in Bristol.


Driver Points
William Byron 3036
Martin Truex Jr. 3036
Denny Hamlin 3032
Kyle Larson 3023
Chris Buescher 3021
Kyle Busch 3019
Christopher Bell 3016
Tyler Reddick 3014
Ross Chastain 3011
Brad Keselowski 3011
Ryan Blaney 3008
Bubba Wallace 3000

Coverage of the AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500 in Texas will be presented Sunday at 3:30 p.m. ET on USA Network with Countdown to Green beginning pre-race coverage at 3 p.m. ET. NASCAR America post-race coverage will immediately follow the checkered flag at 7 p.m. ET on USA Network and Peacock.

The Xfinity Series Playoffs begin Saturday with the Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 at Texas Motor Speedway at 3:30 p.m. ET on USA Network, with Countdown to Green getting underway at 3 p.m. ET.

Two-time Daytona 500 Champion and NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Dale Earnhardt Jr., 21-time Cup Series race winner and “The Mayor” of NASCAR Jeff Burton, and Daytona 500-winning crew chief Steve Letarte will serve as analysts for the Cup Series and Xfinity Series races from Texas Motor Speedway with lead NASCAR race announcer Rick Allen. Marty Snider, Dave Burns and Kim Coon will serve as pit reporters this weekend.

Snider will anchor pre- and post-race studio coverage with racing icon Kyle Petty and JTG Daugherty Racing team owner Brad Daugherty on Sunday from the Peacock Pit Box.

Burton (1997, 2007) and Earnhardt Jr. (2000) own Cup Series victories at Texas.

The official home of the NASCAR Championship and Playoffs, NBC Sports will once again present the final 20 NASCAR Cup Series races and 19 NASCAR Xfinity Series races in 2023 across NBC, Peacock and USA Network, culminating with the Championship at Phoenix Raceway on Nov. 4-5.


  • AnalystsDale Earnhardt Jr., Jeff Burton, Steve Letarte
  • Play by PlayRick Allen
  • Pit ReportersDave Burns, Kim Coon


  • Host: Marty Snider
  • Analysts: Kyle Petty, Brad Daugherty


  • TV – USA Network
  • Streaming –, NBC Sports app
Date Coverage Platform Time (ET)
Sat., Sept. 23 NASCAR Xfinity Series Practice & Qualifying,
NBC Sports app
10:30 a.m.
  NASCAR Cup Series Practice & Qualifying USA Network 12:30 p.m.
  Countdown to Green – NASCAR Xfinity Series USA Network 3 p.m.
  NASCAR Xfinity Series Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 USA Network 3:30 p.m.
  NASCAR America Post-Race – NASCAR Xfinity Series USA Network 6:30 p.m.
Sun., Sept. 24 Countdown to Green – NASCAR Cup Series USA Network 3 p.m.
  NASCAR Cup Series AutoTrader EchoPark Automotive 500 USA Network 3:30 p.m.
  NASCAR America Post-Race – NASCAR Cup Series USA Network, Peacock 7 p.m.


The first-ever SuperMotocross World Championship Playoffs conclude this Saturday at 10 p.m. ET on USA Network and Peacock with the 2023 SuperMotocross World Championship Final from Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, Calif. An exclusive Peacock pre-game show begins at 9:30 p.m. ET.

In the 450 class, Chase Sexton leads last week’s overall winner Jett Lawrence by two points and both racers enter the finale in a winner-take-all scenario for the premier class championship. Ken Roczen (3rd), Aaron Plessinger (4th), and Dylan Ferrandis (5th) also have a chance to win the title.

In the 250 class it is another winner-take-all situation as Chicagoland winner Hunter Lawrence leads Jo Shimoda and Haiden Deegan. Whomever finishes in front of the other two will become the first-ever 250 SMX World Champion.

Leigh Diffey will handle play-by-play alongside two motorsports icons in seven-time AMA Motocross Premier Class champion and five-time AMA Supercross Premier Class champion Ricky Carmichael and two-time AMA Supercross Premier Class 450 champion and 2008 Pro Motocross champion James Stewart.

Jason Thomas, Will Christien, and Todd Harris will serve as reporters.


  • Play by Play: Leigh Diffey
  • Analyst: Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart
  • Reporters: Jason Thomas, Will Christien
  • Host Desk: Todd Harris, Jason Weigandt
Date Coverage Platform Time (ET)
Sat., Sept. 23 Race Day Live Peacock 4:30 p.m.
  SuperMotocross World Championship Final Pre-Race Peacock 9:30 p.m.
  SuperMotocross World Championship Final USA Network, Peacock 10 p.m.
Sun., Sept. 24 SuperMotocross World Championship Final NBC 4 p.m.*
Mon., Sept. 25 SuperMotocross World Championship Final CNBC 1 a.m.*

*Encore coverage


MotoGP travels to India for the inaugural IndianOil Grand Prix of India at Buddh International Circuit in Greater Noida this at 2:30 p.m. ET on NBC. Francesco Bagnaia (283 points) sits atop the MotoGP points leaderboard, followed by last race-winner Jorge Martin (247 points) in second and Marco Bezzecchi (218 points) in third.


Thomas Nepveu is heading off to Delaware Speedway this upcoming weekend to compete in the Pinty’s Fall Brawl, the final race of the 2023 NASCAR Pinty’s Championship season, on Sunday, September 24th. The young driver has seen immense growth over the course of the year and will be looking to finish off the fourteenth round with a strong result. The half-mile paved oval circuit, known for its unique asymmetrical shape, is Canada's longest running asphalt race track and will serve as the perfect opportunity for Nepveu to battle for a Top 5 finish.

Nepveu has proven over the course of the season that he can battle with the best and challenging in the pointier end of the field across both oval and road courses. The Oka native will be back on board his #24 Evirum | Home Hardware Nepveu car for the 250-lap event in Delaware, and he and the team have every intention of finishing off the season on a high note.

“Delaware Speedway is a really cool track that I’m looking forward to racing on for the first time,” said Thomas Nepveu. “It’s a notoriously fast circuit and one of the biggest ovals that we visit on the calendar and I’m excited to drive around one of the biggest tracks in Canada.”

“This place has a lot of similarities to Sutherland Automotive Speedway in Saskatoon, it’s a very fast and long layout,” he continued. “We had a strong weekend in Saskatoon and I got up to speed pretty quickly in the practice sessions, so I’m confident that I’ll be able to replicate the same level of performance in Delaware. I believe we have what it takes to finish the season on a good note and move past some of the hurdles we’ve experienced in previous rounds.”

The practice and qualifying sessions for the Pinty’s Fall Brawl will take place on Sunday, September 24th at 12:00 pm and 3:20 pm ET. The 250-lap race will commence later in the afternoon at 4:30 pm ET. The race will be broadcast live on the TSN+ app.

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The preliminary night driver rosters for the Driven2SaveLives BC39 have been revealed for the September 27-28-29-30 USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship event at The Dirt Track at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.


With the new split field format in place for the fifth running of the event, the 71 cars entered thus far have been separated into two nights of competition on Thursday, September 28, and Friday, September 29.


Each car can only compete one night or the other with 36 assigned to Thursday’s event and 35 assigned to Friday’s event at press time with a possibility of a handful more entries set to be filed in the coming days.


Both preliminary night events on Thursday and Friday will present full racing programs consisting of practice, heat races and qualifying races, the points of which will seed the lineups for that night’s C-Main (if needed), semi-feature and 30-lap feature event.


All USAC National Midget licensed drivers and entrants will receive 50 appearance points during each preliminary night of their participation on Thursday and Friday.


The top-three feature finishers from each preliminary night will be locked into the 39-lap, $20,039-to-win main event on Saturday night, September 30. All other finishers will seed the E, D, C and B-Main lineups for Saturday night’s program based on their prelim night finishing position.


All USAC National Midget licensed drivers and entrants will receive feature points only on Saturday based on their finishing position. All non-transfers will receive 10 points.


Wednesday night's, September 27, program will feature all cars on the track for practice. The Stoops Pursuit race on Wednesday night is a 25-lap race split into five-lap segments. The field consists of a total of 24 starters. The top-10 drivers in USAC NOS Energy Drink Midget National Championship points are locked into the event as are the 10 fastest during Wednesday night’s practice who are not already locked in. Up to four promoters’ options will be available to start the event.


Without further ado, here are the driver rosters for each prelim night of the BC39 on Thursday and Friday.







08 Cannon McIntosh (Dave Mac-Dalby Motorsports)

1 Kevin Thomas Jr. (Crouch Motorsports)

4 Chelby Hinton (Klatt Enterprises)

5J Josh Hodge (Josh Hodge Racing)

7c Josh Bilicki (RAMCO Speed Group)

7m Kyle Jones (RAMCO Speed Group)

7x Thomas Meseraull (RMS Racing)

8 Randi Pankratz (Wally Pankratz)

9p Kevin Cook (Kevin Cook)

10A Tommy Colburn (MWR Technology)

14 C.J. Leary (Legacy Autosport)

18N Weston Gorham (Kelly Gorham)

19AZ Hayden Reinbold (Reinbold-Underwood Motorsports)

21D Justin Dickerson (Mike Dickerson)

21J Kameron Key (TKH Motorsports)

22 John Heydenreich (John Heydenreich)

22p Taylor Courtney (RAMCO Speed Group)

23 Preston Lattomus (Mounce-Stout Motorsports)

25 Jacob Denney (Tom Malloy)

25K Taylor Reimer (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

27 Keith Rauch (Bourke Motorsports)

32 Gary Taylor (Brian Dunlap)

40 Chase McDermand (Mounce-Stout Motorsports)

40B Blake Brannon (Blake Brannon)

44 Adam Andretti (Jeff Johnson)

54 Matt Westfall (Steve Bordner)

58 Daniel Whitley (Abacus Racing)

67K Buddy Kofoid (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

71 Jade Avedisian (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

71E Mariah Ede (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

71T Kyler Johnson (Todd Henry)

81 Bryant Wiedeman (CB Industries)

85 Jerry Coons Jr. (Central Motorsports)

89 Kaylee Bryson (CB Industries)

99K Robert Carson (LOK/Carson-Segur Racing)

136 Chris Baue (Bill Baue)




1D Landon Brooks (RAMCO Speed Group)

1G Connor Wolf (RAMCO Speed Group)

1z Justin Zimmerman (Justin Zimmerman)

2 Justin Grant (RMS Racing)

3G Kyle Cummins (Glenn Styres Racing)

5s Scott Orr (Josh Hodge Racing)

6 Isaac Chapple (Doug Hall)

7p Zach Daum (RAMCO Speed Group)

8x Jeff Schindler (Jeff Schindler)

9 Wes Pinkerton (Wes Pinkerton)

10c Mark McMahill (MWR Technology)

11 Clinton Boyles (Scott Beierle)

11L Aaron Leffel (Team Taylor Racing)

17B Austin Barnhill (Dave Mac-Dalby Motorsports)

19 Daison Pursley (Reinbold-Underwood Motorsports)

19m Ethan Mitchell (Bundy Built Motorsports)

19T Mitchel Moles (Reinbold-Underwood Motorsports)

19x TBA (Mounce-Stout Motorsports)

21H Brady Bacon (TKH Motorsports)

21K Karter Sarff (Jayme Sarff)

25m Jake Andreotti (Tom Malloy)

27B Jake Bubak (Bourke Motorsports)

36 Ian Creager (Tod Creager)

40x Zach Wigal (Chase McDermand)

41 Oliver Akard (Team OMR)

46 Kenney Johnson (Jeff Johnson)

56 Mitchell Davis (Pat O’Dell)

57 Logan Seavey (Abacus Racing)

57A Daniel Robinson (RAB Racing)

67 Ryan Timms (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

68 Emerson Axsom (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

86 Brent Crews (CB Industries)

97 Gavin Miller (Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports)

99 Don O’Keefe Jr. (LOK/Carson-Segur Racing)

118 Scott Evans (Scott Evans)







Driver registration is now officially open for the fifth running of the Driven2SaveLives BC39. Teams can file their entry for the event at, where they may also purchase grandstand tickets, pit and parking passes for the event.


The final cutoff for all BC39 entries is Monday, September 25.


There are three options for viewing the racing action and also having pit pass access. You can purchase a competitor pit pass only where no seat is included with limited viewing of the track.


Secondly, you can purchase a competitor pit pass with reserved seating included, which are available in the lower level of the main grandstands.


You may also purchase a grandstand seat from the IMS ticketing site with a pit pass upgrade. Competitors must enter IMS via the 16th Street tunnel.


Each entry filed will come with two VIP parking passes for inside parking at IMS, intended for driver and entrant. All others must either purchase inside parking or park outside of turns three and four of 2.5-mile paved oval track.


Spectator tickets are also available Spectators are to enter the Indianapolis Motor Speedway via 30th Street.


The event on the quarter-mile dirt oval inside turn three at IMS will continue to honor late USAC champion and three-time Indianapolis 500 starter Bryan Clauson and increase awareness of and participation in the Indiana Donor Network and Driven2SaveLives.


Brady Bacon (2018), Zeb Wise (2019), Kyle Larson (2021) and Buddy Kofoid (2022) have captured victories in the first four editions of the BC39.


The BC39 officially gets underway on Tuesday, September 26 with team parking at 3pm Eastern followed by a BC39 Welcome Party at 6pm at USAC Headquarters.


On track action begins Wednesday, September 27, beginning with the drivers meeting in the IMS Media Room at 3pm Eastern. Public gates open at 4pm with cars hitting the track for practice at 7pm, followed by the incredibly exciting Stoops Pursuit feature race which will conclude the night’s racing action at 9pm. In this event, 25 cars will start and compete in five, five-lap segments. If a driver gets passed in any segment, they are eliminated.


For Thursday and Friday, September 28-29, the field will be split into two with one half of the field competing on night one and the other half competing on night two. On both nights, public gates open at 4pm Eastern with hot laps at 6pm, followed by qualifying, opening ceremonies, heat races, the C-Main, the Semi-Feature and the Feature event.


The finale, on Saturday, September 30, will have the public gates opening at 4pm and cars on track for practice at 6pm, followed by opening ceremonies at 7pm and the main events, starting with the D-Main, multiple C-Mains, Semi-Feature and the 39-lap Feature event paying $20,039-to-win.



WHAT: Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400, opening Round of 12 race of the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs.


WHERE: Texas Motor Speedway, a 1.5-mile oval in Fort Worth, Texas.


WHEN: Sunday, 2:30 p.m. CT.


TV AND RADIO: TV: USA Network | Radio: PRN, SiriusXM (Ch. 90), 95.9 The Ranch (local).


RACE LENGTH: 267 laps | 400.5 miles.


RACE STAGE LENGTHS: 1-80 | 81-160 | 161-267.


ROUND OF 12 PLAYOFF DRIVERS & STANDINGS: 1) William Byron, Hendrick Motorsports, 3,036 points; 2) Martin Truex Jr., Joe Gibbs Racing, 3,036; 3) Denny Hamlin, Joe Gibbs Racing, 3,032; 4) Kyle Larson, Hendrick Motorsports, 3,023; 5) Chris Buescher, Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, 3,021; 6) Kyle Busch, Richard Childress Racing, 3,019; 7) Christopher Bell, Joe Gibbs Racing, 3,016; 8) Tyler Reddick, 23XI Racing, 3,014; 9) Ross Chastain, Trackhouse Racing, 3,011; 10) Brad Keselowski, Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing, 3,011; 11) Ryan Blaney, Team Penske, 3,008; 12) Bubba Wallace, 23XI Racing, 3,000.


ROUND OF 12 SCHEDULE (3 RACES): Texas Motor Speedway, Sunday; Talladega Superspeedway, Sunday, Oct. 1; Charlotte ROVAL®, Sunday, Oct. 8.



·      Click here for the full Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 entry list.


DEFENDING RACE WINNER: Tyler Reddick, 23XI Racing.


DEFENDING POLE WINNER: Brad Keselowski, Roush Fenway Keselowski Racing.


2022 TOP-FIVE FINISHERS: 1. Tyler Reddick, Richard Childress Racing; 2. Joey Logano, Team Penske; 3. Justin Haley, Kaulig Racing; 4. Ryan Blaney, Team Penske; 5. Chase Briscoe, Stewart-Haas Racing.




·      Texas Motor Speedway will be hosting the Round of 12 NASCAR Cup Series Playoff opener for the second consecutive season. Texas Motor Speedway has hosted the NASCAR Cup Series Playoffs since 2005. The inaugural Playoff race was won by Carl Edwards, his first of four career wins at Texas.


·      Playoff drivers swept all three races in the opening Round of 16 with Kyle Larson winning Darlington, Tyler Reddick at Kansas and Denny Hamlin at Bristol.


·      Seven organizations are represented among the remaining 12 playoff contenders. Joe Gibbs Racing leads the way with three entries while Hendrick Motorsports, 23XI Racing and RFK Racing have two each. Rounding out the group are Richard Childress Racing, Trackhouse Racing and Team Penske.


·      Kevin Harvick won the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 three consecutive times from 2017-19. Jimmie Johnson won this NASCAR Cup Series Playoff race a track-record four times in a row from 2012-15. Johnson holds the TMS record for most Cup victories with seven.


·      Johnson holds the track mark for career top-five finishes with 16. Kyle Busch and Matt Kenseth are tied for second with 14. Harvick is next with 13 and Joey Logano with 12. Harvick owns the track record for top-10 finishes with 24.


·      The polesitter has won a Cup race at Texas just five times in 42 races. The most recent, however, came in 2021 when Larson went wire to wire.


·      Last season’s Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 had a track-record 36 lead changes for a Cup Series race. Texas Motor Speedway has recorded 23 or more lead changes in five of the last six Cup races.


·      The drivers with the best average starting position at Texas Motor Speedway with a minimum of four starts are Ryan Blaney (9.0, 14 starts), Logano (11.6, 27 races),  Hamlin (12.8, 32 starts), Chase Elliott (13.3, 12 starts) and William Byron (13.3, 8 starts).


·      The drivers with the best average finishing position (min. four starts) are Reddick (6.8, 4 starts), Erik Jones (10.1, 11 starts), Harvick (10.5, 38 starts), Ky. Busch (11.7, 32 starts) and Elliott (13.3, 12 starts).


·      Eight of the 12 playoff drivers have an average finishing position of 16.1 or better. The four who do not are Larson (17.8, 15 starts), Chris Buescher (23.3, 13 starts), Bubba Wallace (23.6, 8 starts) and Ross Chastain (25.2, 6 starts). Larson, however, does have a win to go along with four top-five finishes and six among the top 10.


·      Four playoff drivers have previously won at Texas Motor Speedway, and they have combined for nine Cup victories overall. Busch paces the group with four wins while Hamlin has three and Larson and Reddick one each.


·      Harvick will look to extend his track record for career Cup starts at Texas Motor Speedway to 39 in Sunday’s Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400. His first start came in 2001, when he finished seventh.


·      Busch needs to lead 84 laps in the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 to surpass Johnson as the career Cup laps leader at Texas. Johnson owns the mark with 1,152 laps led while Busch has 1,069.


·      Martin Truex Jr. and Brad Keselowski are the only drivers who rank among the top 10 in career laps led at Texas without a victory. Truex Jr., ninth with 689 laps led, has three runner-up finishes (2013 spring race, 2017 and ’20 fall races) in 33 career starts. Keselowski, 10th with 685 laps led, has a pair of runner-up efforts (2012, ’15 fall races) in 27 career starts. Last season, he won the pole and led 31 laps en route to an eighth-place finish. Keselowski has finished ninth or better in his last four starts at TMS.


·      Blaney has finished eighth or better in eight of his last nine points races at Texas, including the last five in a row. He finished fourth last season.


·      Jones has posted seven top-10 finishes in 11 career Cup starts at Texas, including sixth last year. He has finished a best of fourth on three occasions.


·      Since Harvick finished 42nd in the 2014 spring race at TMS, he has recorded top-10 finishes in 13 of his last 15 points-paying starts at the venue. The run includes three wins and 10 top-five finishes overall.


·      Chevrolet has won three of the last four Cup races at Texas with Austin Dillon (2020-spring), Larson (2021) and Reddick (2022). Busch interrupted the run with a win in this race in 2020.


·      Zane Smith, the 2022 CRAFTSMAN Truck Series champion and a current series playoff contender, is scheduled to drive the No. 38 Ford for Front Row Motorsports in the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400. It will be his seventh Cup start this season and eighth of his career. His best finish of 10th came in May at Charlotte Motor Speedway.


·      NASCAR CRAFTSMAN Truck Series playoff contender Carson Hocevar, who has competed in the last three Cup Series races for Legacy Motor Club, is scheduled to drive the organization’s No. 42 Chevrolet in the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400. He is coming off an 11th-place finish at Bristol.





·      Jimmie Johnson - 7

·      Carl Edwards - 4

·      Kyle Busch - 4

·      Denny Hamlin - 3

·      Kevin Harvick - 3

·      Greg Biffle - 2

·      Jeff Burton - 2

·      Tony Stewart - 2

·      Matt Kenseth - 2



·      Kurt Busch - 3

·      Dale Earnhardt Jr. - 2

·      Carl Edwards - 2

·      Jeff Gordon - 2

·      Kevin Harvick - 2

·      Jimmie Johnson - 2

·      Brad Keselowski - 2

·      Bobby Labonte - 2

·      Tony Stewart - 2

·      Martin Truex Jr. - 2

·      Ryan Newman - 2



·      Jimmie Johnson - 1,152

·      Kyle Busch - 1,069

·      Matt Kenseth - 883

·      Tony Stewart - 801

·      Gregg Biffle - 733

·      Carl Edwards - 691

·      Jeff Gordon - 691

·      Kevin Harvick - 691

·      Martin Truex Jr. - 689

·      Brad Keselowski - 685


Bold-Denotes Cup Series Round of 12 Playoff driver.


The NASCAR Playoffs weekend will be highlighted by the NASCAR Xfinity Series Andy’s Frozen Custard 300 on Saturday (2:30 p.m. CT on USA Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Ch. 90, and PRN), and the NASCAR Cup Series Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 on Sunday (2:30 p.m. CT on USA Network, SiriusXM NASCAR Radio Ch. 90, PRN, and 95.9 The Ranch-local). Country Music stars LOCASH will perform Sunday’s pre-race concert at 12:30 p.m. CT on the Machinery Auctioneers Pre-Race Stage located at the start/finish line.


Texas Motor Speedway’s always-busy events schedule is well under way. Upcoming events in 2023 include: Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 400 NASCAR Playoffs weekend (Sept. 23-24), Goodguys’ Summit Racing Lone Start Nationals (Sept. 29-Oct. 1), Speedway Children’s Charities Smoke Show (Oct. 11) and Gordy’s Hwy 30 Music Fest (Oct. 19-22). The year wraps up with the family-favorite and speedway tradition Gift of Lights holiday light show.



Kevin Root doesn’t have to search far for opportunities to spend time with his 15-year-old son Nicholas.

While Kevin is in the garage working on his Big Block Modified, Nicholas is a step away wrenching on his own Sportsman.

Kevin rose through the dirt Modified ranks, earning back-to-back DIRTcar Sportsman titles in 2018 and 2019, before making the jump to Big Block Modifieds. Now, he’s helping his son do the same.

The father-son duo, of Geneva, NY, compete weekly at Land of Legends Raceway, while also dappling in Series events. Kevin – a former full-time Super DIRTcar Series competitor – has made three starts with the premier Big Block Modified series this year and Nicholas has competed with the DIRTcar Sportsman Series. Both will also compete at Super DIRT Week 51 (Oct. 2-8).

Nicholas started his career in go-karts about five years ago, but it didn’t last long. The younger Root ultimately preferred to work on the cars, rather than drive them. However, that changed in 2021.

When Kevin brought his Sportsman to Paradise Speedway in Geneva, NY – down the road from their house – for practice laps, the younger Root asked if he could give it a try.

“Nicholas asked to jump in it and once he jumped in it, that was the end of it,” Kevin said. “He wanted to race.”

It almost felt like second nature to the high schooler.

“I’ve always been around it and I liked watching,” Nicholas said. “I didn’t really know how to drive a car. But after I got in it, I was feeling pretty confident, and I really wanted to do it. My father gave me the opportunity and put me in the car.”

Kevin decided to try his hand in a Big Block Modified on the Super DIRTcar Series tour in 2022, leaving his Sportsman open for use. Nicholas took the challenge to pilot his dad’s car and ran his first full season at Land of Legends Raceway the same season, finishing 11th in points.

This season, he showed significant improvement, finishing fourth in track points with one win, four top fives and 10 top 10s in 14 starts. He also scored a win at Brewerton Speedway.

“We definitely did good,” Nicholas said. “We got our first win (at Land of Legends), and another one at Brewerton. We had one DNF so that didn’t really help us in points, but we stayed in the top-five and that was our main goal this year.”

The success does not come without taking on a relentless schedule. Kevin works full-time as the manager of Scott Jeffrey’s Performance Store, and his son goes to school during the day followed by his part-time job after school. The two end their day by spending long nights in their shop, working on their respective vehicles.

“It’s long and tiring,” Kevin said. “We’re exhausted but we keep going and we don’t give up…We find a way to get everything done and get it done the right way. We go the extra mile if we have to. We’ll deal with being tired and get some sleep when we can.”

The father-son tandem is hoping their long nights in the shop will pay off when they make their trip north to Oswego Speedway for Super DIRT Week 51. Kevin will be back behind the wheel of his #34 Big Block, looking to make the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 for the third straight year. Nicholas qualified for the Chevrolet Performance 75 in his first attempt last year and finished 17th.

“Our goals, first of all, is to get in the shows,” Kevin said. “We would love to get a top 10 in the Big Block. As far as [Nicholas], I think he can win Oswego. With his capability, and the car, and him as a driver, I think he could win. My expectations for him are high. Not to put anything on his shoulders, but I think he knows that he has a good enough car that he could go out and win some races.”

For tickets to Super DIRT Week 51 at Oswego Speedway, CLICK HERE.

If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all the action live on DIRTVision.

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South Boston Speedway officials have released the speedway’s 2024 season schedule of NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series events, a slate that features 11 event dates for its four regular NASCAR racing divisions and includes four special events.

Incoming South Boston Speedway General Manager Brandon Brown noted that additional special races and promotions will be added to the track’s schedule as they are confirmed and will be announced during the off-season.

“We have extraordinary momentum coming off our 2023 season, and we look forward to building on that momentum heading into 2024,” Brown said.

“A huge thanks goes out to our race fans, teams, partners, and everyone involved for their support in making the 2023 season unforgettable. We’re unveiling the majority of our 2024 schedule at this time to give everyone as much time as possible to make their plans for next season.”

Brown pointed out the 2023 season at South Boston Speedway has been a great one.

“The 2023 season at South Boston Speedway has been incredible,” Brown said. “Fans were treated to thrilling championship fights in each of our four NASCAR-sanctioned weekly divisions, with points battles coming down to the final night of the season. We kicked off the Virginia Late Model Triple crown in exciting fashion once again, and all of our touring series events delivered for our fans. Racing fans all over the country tuned in to events at South Boston Speedway on FloRacing all year long, and we still have two exciting touring series events remaining on our 2023 schedule.” 

The speedway will open its 2024 NASCAR racing season on Saturday afternoon, March 23, one week after the track’s annual Pre-Season Testing event, which is set for Saturday, March 16.

South Boston Speedway’s March 23 season-opener will feature the speedway’s four regular NASCAR racing divisions, the Sentara Health Late Model Stock Car Division, the Budweiser Limited Sportsman Division, the Southside Disposal Pure Stock Division, and the Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets Division.

The second event on South Boston Speedway’s 2024 schedule is the first special event currently listed on the schedule. That event is scheduled for Saturday afternoon, April 6, and features a 99-lap race for the powerful, open-wheel cars of the SMART Modified Tour. Twin 75-lap races for the Sentara Health Late Model Stock Car Division and a 25-lap race for the Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets Division are also featured on that date, which will be the last of the track’s early-season afternoon racing events.

The first night race of the 2024 season is set for Saturday night, April 20. All four of the track’s regular NASCAR racing divisions will be in action that night. A race for the East Coast Flathead Fords Racing Association is also included for that event.

South Boston Speedway’s showcase pre-Fourth of July Sentara Health Late Model Stock Car Division event, the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200, the kickoff race for the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown, is set for Saturday night, June 29.

The track’s Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock and Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets divisions will also be in action that night. A practice day and fan fest are slated for the day before on Friday, June 28.

The third special event currently on the schedule is the track’s Championship Night event slated for Saturday night, August 31. A 150-lap race for the Sentara Health Late Model Stock Car Division as well as races for the Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock and Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets divisions are slated for that night. That event will close out the 2024 season of NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series points races at South Boston Speedway.

South Boston Speedway’s CARS Tour event, usually held on a date in October, will be the track’s fourth special event of the season.

The latest news and updates for fans competitors can be found on the speedway’s website,, and through the track’s social media channels. Information may also be obtained by phoning the speedway at 434-572-4947 or toll free at 1-877-440-1540 during regular business hours.

  • Saturday, March 16 – Pre-Season Testing (10 A.M.-5 P.M.)
  • Saturday, March 23 – NASCAR Season Opener – Late Model Stock Car, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets – (2 P.M.)
  • Saturday, April 6 – SMART Open-Wheel Modifieds, Sentara Health Late Model Stock Car, VSP HEAT Hornets – (3 P.M.)
  • Saturday, April 20– NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Race Night – Late Model Stock Car, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, VSP HEAT Hornets, East Coast Flathead Ford Racing Association – (7 P.M.)
  • Saturday, May 4 – NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Race Night – Late Model Stock Car, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, VSP HEAT Hornets – (7 P.M.)
  • Saturday, May 18 – NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Race Night – Late Model Stock Car, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets, Southern Ground Pounders Vintage Racing Club – (7 P.M.)
  • Saturday, June 8 – NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Race Night - Late Model Stock Car, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets –(7 P.M.)
  • Friday, June 28Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200 Practice Day & Fan Fest
  • Saturday, June 29 – Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200/ Virginia Late Model Triple Crown Kickoff – Late Model Stock Car 200, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets - PLUS Fireworks – (7 P.M.)
  • Saturday, July 13 - NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Race Night – Late Model Stock Car, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets – (7 P.M.)
  • Saturday, Aug. 3 – NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Race Night - Late Model Stock Car, Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets (7 P.M.)
  • Saturday, Aug. 17 – NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Race Night - Late Model Stock Car (100) Budweiser Limited Sportsman (75), Southside Disposal Pure Stock (25) Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets (20), Southern Ground Pounders Vintage Racing Club (25) – (7 P.M.)
  • Saturday, Aug. 31 – NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Championship Night - Late Model Stock Car (150), Budweiser Limited Sportsman, Southside Disposal Pure Stock, Virginia State Police HEAT Hornets – (7 P.M.)

### NOTE – Special Events In Boldface


We Are Currently Monitring the Weather Forecast and in the Event of a Rainout Please Be Advised That the Greg & Rich Long Hall of Fame Tribute Races – Both the 97-Lap Modified and 40-Lap Street Stock Features – Will Carry Over to the Following Saturday, September 30.

Also the August 12 Street Stock and Pro 4 Features Will Take Place That Day.

The Pro 4s Will Be Running the Ward Crozier SR., Twin-26’s as Well

More News Will Be Forthcoming


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