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Jerald Harris Clinches Virginia Sprint Series Win at Dixieland Speedway

Elizabeth City, NC – Jerald Harris muscled his way around the 3/8-mile dirt oval on Friday by leading the most circuits in the 25-lap event, en route to the victory.  Harris, of Dayton, Virginia, became the fourth different winner of the Virginia Sprint Series in as many races in the 2019 season.

“I’ve got to thank French Grimes.  He walked me around here and showed me where no one else would run,” said Harris in victory lane following the event.  “He said it’s big rewards, but big risks.  He helped me set the car up high, which has a lot of grip. I have to thank French, Jim Haines, and the speedway.  I would drive down here every weekend if we had a race down here.”

Harris held off John Karklin of Waxhaw, North Carolina, who finished second and Andy Best of Dover, Delaware, rounded out the podium finishers in third.

One yellow flag slowed the event when defending race winner from last June, Daren Bolac, of Moyock, spun in turn two while running inside the top six on lap 13.  The event featured a first-time racer, Matthew Mullins of Hampton, who prior to Friday, hadn’t competed on a dirt track in more than 30 years.

Karklin who finished runner up featured the only father-son duo in the race.  Karklin’s son, Jake Karklin, made his first start at Dixieland and finished the event in fourth place.

Racers who competed in the event traveled from across North Carolina, and other states including Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

In addition to Dixieland, the series competes at Langley Speedway in Hampton and other tracks in Virginia including Natural Bridge and Shenandoah. Drivers also navigate a raceway in Hagerstown, Maryland and the national championships are contested in Eagle, Nebraska.

In other feature races, Larry Jackson ended a long winless streak by grabbing the checkers in the Budweiser Allstar Late Model 30-lap race.  He dominated the event, leading flag to flag to earn his first win in more than three years. Jackson held off last week’s winner and dominator at the track, Billy Hubbard.

“There is a lot of people that helped this car, and no one is more important than the other,” said Jackson following the race in victory lane.  “The car is getting faster. It seemed like the Daytona 500, but it could have been the Dixieland 500.”

The event was mired with caution flags as various cars ran into one another and tagged the safety walls.  The start of the race was a challenge as it took three attempts to begin due to drivers near the rear of the field spinning on the course.  Once the race officially started, it was slowed six times due to wrecks or debris.  The last yellow came on lap 28, setting up a two-lap dash to the finish line. Jackson was able to hold off Hubbard and third place finisher Tom Wilson.

Hubbard and Jackson are now tied in the 2019 championship chase after two of 15 races.

He started on the outside pole and finished second last week. On Friday, Mark Gonzales finished one spot better to claim his first win of the season in the Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman.  Gonzales led flag to flag to claim his first win since August 24th, 2018. The battle on the track for most of the evening was for the second position between outside pole sitter and last week’s winner Joe Weiss, and Troy Brickhouse.  Brickhouse started the race in fourth and quickly moved his way towards the front of the field.  He would ultimately outduel Wiess to claim the runner up position.

For the second week in a row, the struggle in advancing this year from the Little Caesars Super Streets to the Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman continued for Devin Weatherly.  The 33-year old spun in turns three and four and soon pitted following that. He would go on to finish in sixth place.

Following his win, Gonzales now leads the point standings by two points over Weiss.

Dennis Barnes earned his first victory of 2019, holding off last weeks winner, Justin Pruitt, to claim the Little Caesars Super Street win. Barnes started the 20-lap race on the outside pole and wasted no time to move his number 20 Chevrolet Monte Carlo to the point.  The 53-year-old from Camden hit his marks perfectly throughout the race that was slowed twice due to a couple of single-car spins by Howard Bradshaw on opposite ends of the track.  Allen Shiflett rounded out the top three finishers, despite the fact he competed with no power steering.  Friday nights race was the first start of the season for the 54-year old Elizabeth City racer.  Shiflett attempted to start last week, however mechanical problems sidelined the fierce competitor who visited victory lane twice in 2018 and finished second in the points race.

The fate of another first-time racer this season didn’t fare as well as Shiflett.  Josh Letson, 43, of Chesapeake, started the event in third and ran inside the top four until lap six.  At that point while under caution conditions, he retired from the event due to mechanical issues and finished the race in 10thplace.

Pruitt and Barnes are now tied for the lead in the championship point standings headed into this weekend’s races.

On his birthday, James Hissom, Jr. became the only driver at Dixieland to have multiple wins in 2019.  The racer from Moyock started on the pole and led all 15-laps on his way to victory lane.  AJ Smith made his first start in 2019 by capturing a heat race win and started the main on the outside pole.  The Chesapeake racer kept his Acura Integra in the runner up spot until he cut a tire and was forced to pit, ending his hopes of a possible win.  Capitalizing on Smith’s misfortune, Harrison Moore who earned a career-best finish of third last week, was able to better his racing statistics with a runner up finish.  In only his second career start, Kolten Stevens finished in third place.

Hissom continues to lead the points chase by six markers over Moore.

Racing continues this Friday, May 17th.  All four divisions, including the Budweiser Late Models, Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman, Little Caesars Super Streets, and the Biggs Cadillac Buick GMC Stock Fours will return in addition to the R & D Excavating Super Fours.  A special foot race with a cash prize will be held.  Gates open at 5:00 p.m.  Practice kicks off at 6:30 p.m. followed by qualifying and racing begins at 8:00 p.m.

 

About Dixieland Speedway:

Dixieland Speedway is northeastern North Carolina’s premier action track.  The 3/8-mile dirt oval has hosted exciting Friday night racing since 1983.  Long straightaways and tight turns lead to the intense on-track action.  The clay track is 55 feet wide and turns one and two are banked at 12 degrees, while turns three and four are eight-degrees.  Race fans from all over the region have come to witness spectacular side by side racing through the years.  The family-friendly facility offers something for everyone as on-track action keeps fans on the edge of their seats all night long. Refreshment and souvenir stands are on site.  Tickets for all events are available for purchase in person.  Don’t miss your chance to see why they call Dixieland, the track that started it all.  To learn more, visit dixielandspeedway.net or follow Dixieland Speedway on Facebook (Dixieland Speedway), Twitter (@DixielandSpdwy) and Instagram (@dixielandspeedway).  Information by phone, dial 252-771-5151.  Dixieland Speedway is located at 1520 Northside Road in Elizabeth City.

Virginia Sprint Series Returns to Dixieland Speedway on Friday

The sprint car of Jerald Harris of Dayton, Virginia, sits in the pit area prior to last years Virginia Sprint Series event at Dixieland Speedway.

Elizabeth City, NC – The Virginia Sprint Series makes its 2019 debut at northeastern North Carolina’s action track in Elizabeth City on Friday.  The event marks the fourth race of the season for the sprint series, which has visited tracks across the region, and the second at Dixieland.  Drivers that participate in the wing sprints come from Virginia, North Carolina, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

“We look forward to welcoming back the drivers, crews and fans of the popular Virginia Sprint Series, many of whom have traveled a great distance,” said Red Swain, owner and promoter of Dixieland Speedway. “These high-powered race cars are fast and put on a great show for fans to watch with racers jockeying back and forth for position throughout the night.”

In addition to Dixieland, the series competes at Langley Speedway in Hampton and other tracks in Virginia including Natural Bridge and Shenandoah.  Drivers also navigate a raceway in Hagerstown, Maryland and the national championships are contested in Eagle, Nebraska.

Four other divisions will compete on Friday, including the Budweiser Allstar Late Models, Rapid Ron’s Racing Sportsman, Little Caesars Super Streets and the Biggs Cadillac, Buick, GMC Stock Fours.  The event follows an exciting season opener last week that saw a first-time winner, Justin Pruitt, two past champions, Billy Hubbard and Joe Weiss, along with a previous race winner James Hissom, Jr., visit victory lane.  Gates open at 5:00 p.m.  Practice kicks off at 6:30 p.m. followed by qualifying and racing begins at 8:00 p.m.

The non-profit of the evening, Albemarle Area United Way, will be on hand for fans to learn more about the organization and what it does to support residents of the region.

 

About Dixieland Speedway:

Dixieland Speedway is northeastern North Carolina’s premier action track.  The 3/8-mile dirt oval has hosted exciting Friday night racing since 1983.  Long straightaways and tight turns lead to intense on-track action.  The clay track is 55 feet wide and turns one and two are banked at 12 degrees, while turns three and four are eight-degrees.  Race fans from all over the region have come to witness spectacular side by side racing through the years.  The family-friendly facility offers something for everyone as on-track action keeps fans on the edge of their seats all night long.  Refreshment and souvenir stands are on site.  Tickets for all events are available for purchase in person.  Don’t miss your chance to see why they call Dixieland, the track that started it all.  To learn more, visit dixielandspeedway.net or follow Dixieland Speedway on Facebook (Dixieland Speedway), Twitter (@DixielandSpdwy) and Instagram (@dixielandspeedway).  Information by phone, dial 252-771-5151.  Dixieland Speedway is located at 1520 Northside Road in Elizabeth City.

Will Bristle Expecting Strong Performance in Carteret Shootout

PELETIER, NC – Will Bristle has had a lot of success at Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway and he’s hoping to add one more Carteret trophy to his mantle on Saturday night in the $2,500-to-win Short Track Shootout.

Bristle, 18, from Raleigh, North Carolina has scored multiple victories at Carteret County Speedway – including a victory in a $2,500-to-win race in last year’s Labor Day Classic.  Saturday night, however, could be one of the biggest challenges he’s faced as an ultra-competitive field is set to converge upon Carteret County Speedway.

“A win this weekend would definitely be ranked pretty high up there with that strong competition coming in,” Bristle said.  “We have been very successful at Carteret in the past.  We plan on working on that and keeping the momentum going.”

While the $2,500 check that will go to the winner is incentive enough for many competitors, Saturday night’s event will also be a prime opportunity for racers to get dialed in for the INEX Legends Asphalt Nationals, the largest Legends event in North America, which will be held from October 17th through October 19th at Carteret County Speedway.

“The money’s a really big factor that we’re going for,” Bristle remarked.  “We’re definitely expecting a lot of tough competition coming own.  Preparing for the Nationals as well.  It’s what we’re all here doing.  We want to find some good speed for the Nationals.  We’re expecting upwards of 150 cars that week so we have to be on our game that week, on point.  We’re making speed here preparing for May 11th and the Nationals in October.”

Bristle scored three victories at Carteret County Speedway in 2019 driving for the dominant Dillon Spain Motorsports team which has also racked up wins with Spain, Zach Lightfoot, Eric Courtney, and Mason Diaz in the past and been in contention for wins all season with Emily Day.  Bristle, who is a former Legends champion at Southern National Motorsports Park, does not race regularly himself and often spends much of his time working with other DSM drivers.

“We have a wonderful group of guys with us,” Bristle stated.  “Great drivers we work with.  We’ve got Emily.  Tucker Jones is rolling.  We’ve got Jason Austin.  We’ve got some good speed.  It should be a really great show.  We’re expecting a lot of cars.  It should be a blast.”

The Legends race will see a slightly altered format.  If there are more than 30 cars attempting to make the field, the top 20 starting positions will be determined in qualifying, which will commence at 5:30pm, and the rest will have an opportunity to race in a B-Main style event with the top eight finishers from that race transferring to the feature race.

The 35-lap, $2,500-to-win Legends feature will be the headline act in the Short Track Shootout on Saturday night, May 11th.  The green flag will fly at 7pm and will also feature racing for Street Stocks, Mini-Stocks, U-CARs, Champ Karts, and the Coastal Carolina Mini Cup Series.

Tickets are $15 for adults while kids 10 and under get in free.  In honor of Mother’s Day, moms will get $5 off general admission.

For more information about Bobby Watson’s Carteret County Speedway, visit the track’s official website at www.carteretspeedway.com, “like” Carteret County Speedway on Facebook or follow @carteretcoswy on Twitter.

Winner of Thunder Road Harley-Davidson Presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 At South Boston Will Take Home $10,000

Peyton Sellers celebrates his victory in the 2018 Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200.

SOUTH BOSTON, VA – The winner of the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 at South Boston Speedway on June 29 will go home with a much bigger check than in past years.

The track and the event sponsors, Thunder Road Harley-Davidson and Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort announced today that the winner’s share of the purse for the 200-lap Late Model Stock race had been increased to $10,000. In the past, the winner pocketed $6,500.

Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort located in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, committed to being the event’s presenting sponsor for the sole purpose of increasing the winner’s portion of the purse to $10,000.

“We are so very grateful that the folks with Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort made such a commitment to Late Model racing and South Boston Speedway,” said Cathy Rice, general manager of South Boston Speedway. “They have helped us take an already great event to the next level.”

Fans will soon be able to register to win a weekend getaway at the Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort and Harley-Davidson merchandise at both the Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort (www.grandatlanticresort.com/) and the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson (www.thunderroadhd.com/) websites.

The Thunder Road Harley-Davidson presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 is the first leg of the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown. The second race in the triple crown will be the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley Speedway on July 20 with the championship decided in the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway on October 5.

It was announced earlier this week that the top-three finishing positions in the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown would split a $10,000 bonus with $7,000 going to the winner, $2,000 to second and $1,000 to third. For the past few years, the winner of the triple crown had been awarded the entire $10,000.

Danville’s Peyton Sellers is the defending champion of both the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson 200 and the Virginia Late Model Triple Crown. There were 35 cars entered in last year’s event.

In addition to the 200-lap Late Model event, there will be a 75-lap Limited Sportsman race, a 40-lap Budweiser Pure Stock race, and a 20-lap Budweiser Hornets race on June 29.

And there will be more than racing. Following the final checkered flag of the night, there will be the largest fireworks display in the area.

Tickets for the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 are $15 in advance and $20 at the gate.

Virginia Triple Crown To Pay For First, Second and Third in 2019

The $10,000 bonus will be distributed $7,000, $2,000 and $1,000 among drivers with the best average finishing positions at South Boston, Langley and Martinsville.

 

MARTINSVILLE, VA – In an effort to reward more drivers for entering the three biggest NASCAR Late Model Stock Car races in Virginia, the Virginia Triple Crown will pay the top-three drivers with the best average finishing positions in the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson Presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 at South Boston Speedway, the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley Speedway and the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway.

The $10,000 prize will be distributed $7,000 to the winner, $2,000 for second place and $1,000 for third place.

“We want to give drivers even more of an incentive to start all three races,” Martinsville Speedway President Clay Campbell said. “By going to this format, a driver who gets unlucky at South Boston still has incentive to race at Langley and Martinsville.”

South Boston Speedway General Manager Cathy Rice said they are excited to have the Triple Crown back again this year.

“I think it will be a big year for everyone involved,” Rice said. “Paying the top-three finishers of the Virginia Triple Crown will certainly entice more competitors to join this year and compete in all three events that are included. Not only that, but the fans will have more action to look forward to, as well.”

Bill Mullis, owner of Langley Speedway, said he believes paying the top-three will benefit both fan and drivers.

“Langley Speedway is proud to continue to participate in this great event,” said Langley Speedway Owner Bill Mullis. “We believe the new purse structure will add a bonus to the top finishing drivers that will increase the interest level in all three of these important races.”

The Triple Crown has previously paid to the top-3 finishers but recently has been a winner-take-all format.

Peyton Sellers, the 2018 Triple Crown Champion, has won with both formats and said he likes paying the top-3 as opposed to just the winner, even though it’s less money for the Champion.

“There’s a lot of guys that travel back and forth to Langley and South Boston that put a lot of work into it and don’t get rewarded with the winner-take-all approach,” Sellers said “By paying the top-3 it also may keep more drivers racing for the Triple Crown, as one bad race won’t eliminate you. A lot of times the Triple Crown comes down to just one position and it can be decided in the last five laps at Martinsville, so this is a good way to reward more drivers for their efforts.”

In the event of a tie for any of the positions, the tie will be broken by the driver with the higher finish at Martinsville. To be eligible for the Triple Crown a driver must start all three races.

The Triple Crown starts June 29 with the running of the Thunder Road Harley-Davidson Presented by Grand Atlantic Ocean Resort 200 at South Boston Speedway and continues on July 20 with the Hampton Heat 200 at Langley Speedway. The Triple Crown will wrap up with the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville on October 5.

Josh Berry Claims CARS Tour Win After Holding Highest Hand at Ace Speedway

ALTAMAHAW, NC– Despite his involvement in two separate incidents during the night, Josh Berry executed one of the best performances of his career on Friday night at Ace Speedway, winning The Race At Ace 125 for the CARS Late Model Stock Tour. It was Berry’s 15th career victory in the series and an emotional one after his car owner, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., lost his mother just over a week prior.

In Hedgecock Pole Qualifying, Ryan Millington rocketed to the fast time award, the first of his CARS Late Model Stock Tour career. The youngster led the opening handful of circuits but was challenged early on restarts.

Three laps into the race, the caution flew for Trevor Ward’s smoking car, but at the exact moment the caution was called, Justin Carroll and Layne Riggs made contact, leading to a five-car pileup involving Berry, Tommy Lemons, Taylor Gray, Sammy Smith, and Jason York. Although damaged, all drivers except York were able to eventually continue. Carroll brought out the next caution six laps later when a loose wheel eventually separated itself from the car, causing him to spin in turn two.

Bobby McCarty took the lead from Ryan Millington on lap nine and appeared to be in the same form he was one year prior at Ace where he led nearly every lap en route to victory.

On a lap 30 restart, Zack St. Onge apparently missed a shift, a mistake which led the field to fan out and subsequently multiple competitors made contact in the first turn, leading to a multi-car incident where Brandon Pierce impacted the outside wall. Leland Honeyman, Jr., was also involved, ramping his machine over the entire right rear quarter panel of Josh Berry before also making contact with the concrete which ultimately ended his night.

A slew of additional minor cautions occurred through the middle stages of the race (laps 38, 55, 57, and 89) but Bobby McCarty continued to set the pace over his closest pursuer, Deac McCaskill, who shadowed the No. 22 for most of the event. Despite his issues early, Josh Berry worked his way up to third and passed McCaskill on lap 76 before chasing down leader McCarty under green.

The caution for Taylor Gray and Mini Tyrrell’s encounter on lap 89 set up a pivotal restart for McCarty and Berry within sight of the finish. As the field raced into turn three, Berry eased into McCarty’s rear bumper, moved him up the racetrack and stole the preferred line as the field raced into turn one. Following additional contact, Berry emerged as the leader and quickly opened up a sizeable advantage of Deac McCaskill who also bypassed McCarty during the same sequence.

Even a late-race caution for a single-car spin on lap 103 could not slow down Berry. He extended his lead to 2.421 seconds in the final 22 laps and handily beat Ryan Millington, McCaskill, McCarty, and his JR Motorsports teammate Adam Lemke to the stripe.

“At the beginning, when we got turned around, that wasn’t good,” Berry said in Edelbrock Victory Lane. “But, man, I felt calm. I could tell early on we had a good car, we just didn’t get a good qualifying lap.”

Before climbing out of the car, Berry pointed to the roof of the car where a memorial decal was placed in remembrance of his car owner’s late mother, Brenda Jackson, who passed away just over a week prior. He then shared how important she was in his racing career.

“It’s obviously been a long week for everyone at JR Motorsports with the passing of Brenda,” he said while visibly holding back some emotion. “Willie and Brenda are a large part of why I’m here. Ten years ago when I moved here to drive late models, they let me live at their house for like two months. Without them, and their hospitality doing that, I might not be here today. It’s just been a long week for everyone this week. Dale, Kelley, L.W., I know they’ve been going through a lot so this one’s for them.

“This has been a place we’ve struggled a little bit, but I don’t know, I guess we just figured it out tonight,” he continued. “There were a couple little things we were able to work on and make our car better. I think, for me, it had such a feel like Martinsville [last year] where I could get it turned and point it straight to come right off the bottom. It was just a matter of time until we kept picking them off and picking them off. I wanna thank the good Lord above that we didn’t get caught up in a lot of trouble when we were back there in the back. We were able to sneak through it, there, and miss the big one on the front stretch because it was a bad situation and I didn’t know which way to go.”

The win, coupled with the misfortune of his closest two-point pursuers Taylor Gray and Brandon Pierce, extended Berry’s point lead entering race five of the tour at Motor Mile Speedway on May 18. The CARS Super Late Model Tour will also be in action in yet another twin-bill race format, and the tour’s first visit to southwestern Virginia since its inaugural season in 2015.

For more information on the CARS Tour, visit their website at CARSRacingTour.com, or follow them on Facebook (@CARSTour), Twitter (@CARSTour), Instagram (@cars_tour), and Snapchat (@carstour). The series also has its own YouTube channel, Roku channel (available through its TV website), and a new Amazon FireTV app released this week.

THE FINISH
CARS Late Model Stock Tour
The Race At Ace 125
Ace Speedway – May 3, 2019
POS  NUM    DRIVER                 LAPS        REASON OUT
1.      88       Josh Berry                125
2.      15        Ryan Millington        125
3.      08        Deac McCaskill         125
4.      22        Bobby McCarty         125
5.      98        Adam Lemke            125
6.      25        Zack St. Onge           125
7.      07        Bradley McCaskill      125
8.      81        Mini Tyrrell               125
9.      12        Sammy Smith           125
10.    17P       Stacy Puryear           125
11.     1         Craig Moore              125
12.    4          Jonathan Findley       125
13.    01        Camden Gullie           125
14.    63        Tyler Matthews          125
15.    74        Ronald Hill                125
16.     2         Brandon Pierce         124
17.    19C      Jessica Cann             120
18.    77        Trevor Ward             119
19.    17        Taylor Gray                73         Accident
20.    99        Layne Riggs               69        Mechanical
21.    19        Cameron Bowen         54        Mechanical
22.    27        Tommy Lemons, Jr.     48        Accident
23.    57        Justin Carroll              36        Wheel Studs
24.    4H        Leland Honeyman, Jr. 30        Accident
25.     18       Jason York 3                          Accident

NASCAR K&N Practice Day Produces Solid Speeds, Close Field For Saturday’s Twin 100s

Justin Carroll was one of more than a dozen drivers to test at South Boston Speedway Friday.

SOUTH BOSTON, VA – Thirteen drivers took advantage of Friday’s open test for Saturday’s whosyourdriver.org NASCAR K&N Pro Series East Twin 100s at South Boston Speedway and most all of them had one thing in common: lots of speed.

Thirteen drivers participated in Friday’s optional practice and 10 of them were bunched within three-tenths of a second of each other.

A field of 18 cars is expected for Saturday’s race, which is unique to NASCAR touring series events. There will be two 100-lap points-paying races.

After the first 100-lapper teams will have the opportunity to work on their cars for the second race while South Boston Speedway’s Pure Stock and Hornets divisions are racing. If a car is not drivable after the first race, teams may go to a backup car for the second race.

The starting lineup for the second race will be determined by a driver’s fastest lap in the first race.

Drivers taking advantage of Friday’s open practice included Sam Mayer, winner of the season’s second race and the points leader, Colin Garrett, Chase Cabre, Tanner Gray, Mason Diaz, Justin Carroll, Nick Sanchez, who will be making his first series start Saturday, Drew Dollar and Spencer Davis.

Hailie Deegan, who has a win in the K&N Pro Series West, will arrive at the track Saturday morning along with teammate Derek Kraus, who won the East Series opener this year.

There are two practice sessions scheduled for Saturday along with practices for the Pure Stock and Hornets.

Garrett and Williamsburg’s Carroll, who finished fourth in the opening race a year ago, have by far the most experience of any drivers in the field. Garrett was the track’s Limited Sportsman champion in 2017 and Carroll has run many Late Model races here.

Garrett, who finished third in the first 100-lapper in 2018, is off to a hot start in 2019. He led more than 60 laps in the season-opener and had a solid top-10 finish in his last outing at Bristol Motor Speedway.

Grandstand gates will open at 4:30 p.m. Saturday with qualifying scheduled for 5 p.m. An autograph session for drivers from all divisions will be held on the track at 6 p.m. with the first K&N 100-lapper taking the green flag at 7 p.m.

There will be a 30-lap Budweiser Pure Stock race and a 15-lap Budweiser Hornets race.

Tickets are $15 with children 12-and-under admitted free with a paid adult.

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