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SOUTHERN ALL STARS 2020 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES ANNOUNCED

 
The Southern All Stars Series is pleased to announce the Class of 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees to be enshrined on August 15, 2020 at the 3rd Annual Governors Cup at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL. In addition to inductees going in on the dirt side, we will also be inducting an asphalt group this year as we start off with a stellar group of men for the inaugural class of 2020. 

 
Being inducted this year on the dirt side is 2 drivers that have not only said they will be there to receive their hardware, but will be bringing their racecars and entering the Governors Cup race itself.

 
Ronnie Johnson - "The Chattanooga Flash" as Ronnie is known has the most career wins with the series at 65 and 3 championships.

 
Clint Smith - "Cat Daddy" as his fans call him is one of 2 drivers tied for the most championships with 4 for the series.

 
Lynn "Preacher" Phillips and Alfred Gurley - Owners and builders of Talladega Short Track, their track has hosted at least 1 All Stars race in the series 37 year history.

 
Mickey and Mike Swims - Owners of Dixie and Rome Speedway's in Georgia, they hosted numerous events with the All Stars and also were part of the Hav-A-Tampa Series back in the 90's.

 
Clyde Haynes - Clyde was a staple with the series as B. J. Parker hand picked him to be the official flagman of the series. Fans knew when Clyde lifted that left leg as the cars rolled off turn 4 that we were going green.

 
On the asphalt side, another great group of men going in as the 1st class of many more.

 
Ben David Atkinson - Former flagman at Huntsville Speedway, partnered with B. J. Parker to form the asphalt series. Later on not only would they have the Super Late Models, but also the Pro Late Models along with the Truck Series. Ben's son David and grandson Davey work with the dirt series to help carry on the tradition.

 
Mike Harmon - Mike was the asphalt series first champion. He and Jerry Goodwin were neck and neck for the championship the next year as they started the last race of the season at Nashville Fairgrounds Raceway and Mike wrecked on the green flag lap. Mike now drives and fields cars in the Ixfinity Series, still giving drivers the chance to race all over the United States.

 
Jerry Goodwin -  Jerry won the second championship driving for car owner Dennis Reno from Birmingham. Later on Jerry went back to dirt racing and competed at many All Star races on the dirt side.

 
Norm Basden - Norm was a friend to everyone on the All Star circuit as he sponsored the series and also some drivers. Mike Harmon, Johnny Brazier and several others were drivers that Norm sponsored and also would present the champion a brand new trailer at the end of the year.

 
Series official Ray Tennyson said "What a great group of men going into the 2020 Hall of Fame class. I had the opportunity to know each one of the gentlemen and cannot think of any more deserving of this honor as they do. August 15th will be a very special night for these men and their families."

 
Series announcer Dewayne Keith said " To be inducting Ronnie and Clint of the dirt side is such an honor. With the Swims family, Preacher and Alfred and Clyde that help the series to be where we are 37 years later is such a honor to these men. They have meant so much to the series through the years."

 
The 3rd Annual Governors Cup with be August 15 at Talladega Short Track with $10,000.00 going to the winner of the 60 lap event. For more information go to www.sasdirt.com for all the details. 
 

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  • Historic First for NWSLMS Season Opener

     

    SPOKANE, Wash. (July 30, 2020) – For the first time in the history of the
    Northwest Super Late Model Series, its first race of the season will be held in
    Western Washington. The Kick-Off 100 is set for August 15 at South Sound
    Speedway.
    In the past tracks in Eastern Washington have served as the site of the series’
    first event. With 2020 throwing racing across the country a unique curve, the best
    in the Northwest are now set to get the chase for the championship underway at
    the .375-mile oval just outside of Tenino, Wash.
    “While the series has been in a holding pattern so far in 2020, we’ve been
    working with our partners to see where the first race could be held and under
    what circumstances,” said NWSLMS Director Jarrod Goodwin. “The Kick-Off 100
    will be unique in a variety of ways from practice sessions, the shortened race
    distance, the purse structure and sadly no fans in the grandstands.”
    There will be no entry fees charged to the teams pertaining to their race car
    participating in the event. A pit pass will be required with South Sound
    Speedway: Members paying $35 and Non-Members paying $45 for the day.
    Series officials and South Sound Speedway leaders are also working on securing
    business and fan support in a lap sponsorship program that would be added to
    the overall race purse, Goodwin added.
    “Heading into August, the total race purse has been set at $5,000, with $500 paid
    to the winner and $200 to all participants from second place to 24
    th
    . The Behn
    family would consider starting more than 24 cars if the turnout is there. Our
    officials, the track leadership, business partners and others are active in the
    region in securing funds to grow this starting purse and we anticipate it being
    bigger once we get going on August 15. One thing the fans can do to show their
    support is to sponsor a lap of racing in the 100-lap event, $50 per lap with 100
    percent of the funds raised going to the teams in the race. To be part of the lap
    sponsorship program email the series at northwestsuperlatemodels@gmail.com
    • or Call Nick Behn @ Race Car Supply (360) 858-1464 to make your pledge in lap
      sponsorship.
      South Sound Speedway is also working on offering a Live Stream option for fans
      to be part of the racing action.
      To learn more about the Northwest Super Late Model Series log onto
      www.nwslms.com, like the series on Facebook, and follow on other social media
      platforms. Rules and additional season information for race teams can be also
      found on the series website.
      About The Northwest Super Late Model Series-
      The Northwest Super Late Model Series is the premier regional touring Super
      Late Model series in the Northwest. The series has many valued sponsors
      including Hoosier Racing Tire, McGunegill Engine Performance, AR Bodies, Joes
      Racing Products, Penske Racing Shocks, American Racer Tires, Accelerated
      Graphics, Five Star Bodies, AFCO/Longacre Racing Products, Wheel Chill,
      Atomic Screenprinting and Embroidery, Franks Racing Radio, BLP, Jefferson
      Racing, The Ti Company, and Pacific Steel Structures LLC. For more information
      on the series visit www.nwslms.com or on Facebook or Twitter.
       
       


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    The FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance is gearing up for a Mountain State Doubleheader on August 7 and 8. The series will make its first ever appearance at Ohio Valley Speedway in Washington, WV on Friday, August 7 for $2,000 to win. On August 8, FASTRAK returns to I-77 Speedway in Ripley, WV for the 10th Annual UBB 29 Miners Memorial Race, paying $3,000 to win.

    Layton Sullivan currently leads the FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance standings. Sullivan won the season opener at Toccoa Raceway and finished second at Friendship Motor Speedway. Matt Long is currently eight points behind Sullivan. Nick Schalger is currently third and 2019 Champion Carson Ferguson is in fourth. Justin Wofford and Corey Almond are tied for fifth with 53 points each.

    Full Purse – Ohio Valley Speedway – August 7
    1) $2,000; 2) $1,000; 3) $700; 4) $600; 5) $500; 6) $450; 7) $400; 8) $375; 9)$350; 10) $325; 11) $315; 12) $300; 13) $275; 14) $265; 15-24) $250

    Full Purse – 10th Annual UBB 29 Miners Memorial – August 8
    1) $3,000; 2) $1,500; 3); $1,000; 4) $850; 5) $700; 6) $500; 7) $400; 8)$375; 9) $350; 10) $325; 11-24) $300

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    FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship update
     

    Braeden Dillinger continues to hold the top spot in the FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship with a weekend that saw a Friday win at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex, a runner-up at Latrobe Speedway, and a second-place finish again at Roaring Knob on Sunday. Luke Hyre, the 2019 FASTRAK Future Stars Cup winner, has moved into second by way of two fourth-place finishes and a fifth-place finish over the weekend. Corey Almond, who remained idle, is currently third. Ron Geehring, with a second-place finish at Toccoa Raceway, moves into the fourth spot. Derrick Shaw, who won at Elkins Raceway, round out the top five.

    Troy Shields picked up his first win of 2020 at Latrobe Speedway on Saturday. Trey Watson was victorious at Tyler County Speedway. Frankie Beard bested the field at Toccoa Raceway. Ryan Frazee was the winner on Sunday at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex.

    The FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship will continue through Labor Day, taking all drivers’ best eight finishes. The FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance will be at Ohio Valley Speedway on Friday, August 7 and I-77 Speedway on Saturday, August 8. Both will be opportunities for drivers to earn points toward the FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship.

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    ULTIMATE Mid-Ohio Valley set to open 2020 season at Wayne County

    The FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance and Friendship Motor Speedway have announced a $5,000 to win, $300 to start event on Saturday, October 3. An open practice will be held at the Elkin, NC oval on Friday, October 2. The race will join Richmond Raceway’s September 26 “Damn Yankees 50” and Lancaster Motor Speedway’s October 17 “Chris Knight Memorial” as a part of FASTRAK’s Cancer Awareness month. All races during the stretch will pay $5,000 to win.

    “This is a string of races we are excited to have as part of our 2020 schedule,” said FASTRAK Vice President DJ Irvine, “we encourage teams to start planning special wraps as we will have some awards for best looking car on top of the $5,000 to win races.”

    Justin Hudspeth took the checkered flag during the FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance visit to Friendship Motor Speedway on July 11. The tour is set to return to action on August 7 at Ohio Valley Speedway for $2,000 to win and August 8 at I-77 Speedway for the $3,000 to win 10th Annual UBB 29 Miners Memorial.

    Full Purse – Friendship Motor Speedway – October 3, 2020
    1) $5,000; 2) $2,500; 3) $1,250; 4) $800; 5) $675; 6) $625; 7) $575; 8) $500;9) $475; 10) $450; 11) $425; 12) $375; 13) $350; 14) $325; 15) $320; 16) $310; 17-24) $300


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    2020 SOUTHERN ALL STAR DIRT RACING SERIES SCHEDULE


     

    1.      Sun-March 1-Cherokee Speedway-Gaffney, SC-$12,000-19th Annual March Madness
     

    2.    Sat-March 21-Thunderhill Raceway-Summertown, TN-$4,000
     

    3.    Fri-April 3-Oglethorpe Speedway-Pooler, GA-$4,000
     

    4.    Sat-April 4-TBA
     

    5.    Sat-April 18-Deep South Raceway-Loxley, AL-$5,000
     

    6.    Fri-April 24-Smoky Mt Speedway-Maryville, TN-$5,000-Rockin’ with the Stars
     

    7.    Sat-April 25-Talladega Short Track-Eastaboga, AL-$4,000-NASCAR Weekend
     

    8.    Sat-May 2-Greenville Speedway-Greenville, MS-$4,000
     

    9.    Sat-May 9-Richmond Raceway-Richmond, KY-$5,000-Rain Dodger 50
     

    10.  Sat-May 30-Senoia Raceway-Senoia, GA-$4,000-
     

    11.  Fri-June 5-Oglethorpe Speedway-Pooler, GA-$4,000-River City Rumble
     

    12.  Sat-June 6-TBA
     

    13.  Sat-June 20-Senoia Raceway-Senoia, GA-$5,454-Michael Head Jr Memorial
     

    14.  Sat- June 27-I-75 Raceway-Sweetwater, TN-$4,000
     

    15.  Sat-July 4-Thunderhill Raceway-Summertown, TN-$4,000-July 4th Spectacular
     

    16.  Sat-August 1st-Deep South Raceway-Loxley, AL-$5,000
     

    17.  Sat-August 8-Talladega Short Track-Eastaboga, AL-$10,000-3rd Annual Governors Cup
     

    18.  Sat-October 4th-Talladega Short Track-Eastaboga, AL-$4,000
     

    19.  Fri-October 16th-Smoky Mt Speedway-Maryville, TN-$3,000-King of the Mountain Fall Classic
     

    20.  Sat-October 17th-Smoky Mt Speedway-Maryville, TN-$7,000-King of the Mountain Fall Classic

     
     

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    3/28 - Tri- County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC

    4/4 - Tri-County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC (rain date)

    4/25 - Anderson Motor Speedway Williamston, SC

    5/16 - Tri-County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC

    5/30 - Anderson Motor Speedway Williamston, SC

    6/13 - Hickory Motor Speedway Newton, NC

    6/20 - Tri-County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC (Rain Date)

    7/11 Kingsport Speedway Kingsport, TN

    7/25 Tri-County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC

    8/8 Tri-County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC

    8/22 – Dillon Motor Speedway Dillon, SC

    9/5 Tri-County Motor Speedway Hudson, NC (rain date)

    9/19 Anderson Motor Speedway Williamston, SC

    9/26 Kingsport Speedway Kingsport, TN

    10/3 Anderson Motor Speedway (rain date)

    10/10 Hickory Motor Speedway Newton, NC
    April 25 – Tyler County Speedway - $7,000 – 3rd Annual Great American Crate Race (Co-sanctioned)


    May 2 – Hagerstown Speedway - $2,000


    May 24 – Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex - $2,000


    May 30 – Virginia Motor Speedway - $3,000 – King of the Commonwealth (Bonus Race)


    June 13 – Latrobe Speedway - $2,000


    July 25 – Latrobe Speedway - $2,000


    July 26 – Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex – $2,000


    August 1 – Virginia Motor Speedway - $3,000 – USA 100 (Bonus Race)


    August 15 – Hagerstown Speedway - $2,000


    August 22 – Virginia Motor Speedway - $3,000 – Prelude to the World Championship (Bonus Race)
    September 5 – Tyler County Speedway - $2,000 (Co-sanctioned)


    September 6 – Tyler County Speedway - $2,000 (Co-sanctioned)

    september 18 – Virginia Motor Speedway – Prelim – FASTRAK World Championship

    September 19 – Virginia Motor Speedway - $51,000 – FASTRAK World Championship

     


      

     

     

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