SOUTHERN NATIONALS w/ NASCAR's AUSTIN &
TN The Schaeffers Oil Southern Nationals Series presented by Old Mans
Garage isinvading Boyd;s Speedway tonight (Tue. 7/29) for the tours 10th
anniversary season. Ray Cook's series showcase drivers from all over the Southeast
vying for over $200,000 in prize money. The ten race series in just 13 nights
of action is easier said than done for the drivers making
all eventst? As a special treat NASCAR stars Austin and Ty Dillon will be racing
at Boyd's Speedway as a part of Tuesday-Night-Thunder. Austin drives the RCR #3
in Sprint Cup competition, while brother Ty is competing in his first full season
in the Nationawide series. Ty is fresh off his career first series win this past
Saturday (7/25) when he took the checkers at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
The brothers will hold not only autograph sessions with the fans but lucky ticket
holders for Tuesday Nights Special Event will get a Ride of a Lifetime with Austin
and Ty around the 3/8 mile dirt oval. If your not lucky enough to WIN the Ride
of a Lifetime Ticket, you might wanna bring cash or your checkbook, as the bros.
will Auction Off 2 Rides, where the proceeds will go to a local Chattanooga area
Southern Nationals Series has become a main stay in the Southeast over the last
nine seasons producing ties in the point championship to door-to-door close quarters
racing that can only be found in dirt track racings birth place, the South.This
years group of drivers expected to contend for the series prize are top
of their class in this region. Starting with Stacy Boles
of Clinton, Tenn. who drives the Advanced Transportation sponsored Rocket Chassis,
finished sixth in the final points chase in 2013 as he garnered his best finish
of fourth at Wythe (Va.) Raceway in the tours lid lifter.
Madden of Gray Court, South Carolina is Mister Southern Nationals. His four tour
championships speak for themselves. His 23 wins on the tour keeps him high atop
the list of series winners. The driver known as Smokey has won on
all three National tours and is expected to be back in the Hamricks of Gaffney
sponsored Bloomquist Race Car. Last year, Madden collected two wins which came
at Wythe, Va. and Smoky Mountain, Tenn. Ninety-nine drivers
did battle during last seasons nine events. One event was rained out, the
annual Rebel Yell at Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Ga.
years schedule features two new tracks and one returning venue. Mitch McCarters
411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn. joins the slate for the first time. Boyds
Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. also is a new track to the tour. Modoc (S.C.) Raceway
returns to the schedule for the first time since the inaugural season. Royce Bray
picked up the last series visit during the tours first-ever event.
The Southern Nationals Series will feature a points fund
in excess of $15,000 with $5,053 going to the Series Champion, second place receives
$2,553, third place receives $2,053, fourth place receives $1,553, fifth place
receives $1,053, sixth place receives $753, seventh place receives $653 and eighth
place in series points will receive $553 along with all other prefect attendance
drivers. Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA is the defending series champion.
addition to the Southern Nationals and Spring Nationals Series point funds, the
series has announceda Combined Bonus for the top five drivers who finish the highest
with both tours. The overall top driver from each series will receive $5,053,
with second place receiving $2,553, third place receiving $2,053, fourth place
receiving $1,553 and fifth place receiving $1,053. A possible
$15,000+ could be won by Billy Ogle Jr. this season if he wins the Spring and
Southern Nationals with points fund monies from both tours and the Combined Bonus
Money. Also, if a driver was to at least run fifth in both tours, he could receive
$3,159 with point funds and the combined bonus.
more information on the Southern Nationals, please log on to www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com
2014 Schaeffers Oil Southern
Nationals Series Schedule:
Monday July 21-Wythe Raceway-Rural Retreat, VA-$3,500
to win/35 laps
Tuesday July 22-411 Motor Speedway-Seymour, TN-$3,500 to win/35
Thursday July 24-Modoc Raceway-Modoc, SC-$3,500 to win/35 laps
July 25-Swainsboro Raceway-Swainsboro, GA-$5,300 to win/53 laps
26-Screven Motor Speedway-Sylvania, GA-$5,300 to win/53 laps
Sunday July 27-Rome
Speedway-Rome, GA-$5,300 to win/53 laps
Tuesday July 29-Boyds Speedway-Ringgold,
GA-$3,500 to win/35 laps
Thursday July 31-Duck River Raceway Park-Wheel, TN-$3,500
to win/35 laps
Friday August 1-Smoky Mountain Speedway-Maryville, TN-$5,300
to win/53 laps
Saturday August 2-Tazewell Speedway-Tazewell, TN-$5,300 to win/53
$3,500 to Win Event Purse:
$3,500, 2) $2,000, 3) $1,200, 4) $800, 5) $600, 6) $580, 7) $570, 8) $560, 9)
$550, 10) $540, 11) $530, 12) $520, 13) $510, 14) $500, 15) $490, 16) $480, 17)
$475, 18) $470, 19) $465, 20) $460, 21) $455, 22) $450 --- $16,705 TOTAL
ALERT: Pony's Will NOT Compete Tuesday 7/29.....
to time constraints and on-track obligations with NASCAR drivers Austin &
Ty Dillon, Track Management has decided to remove the Pony class from competition
this Tuesday night with the Southern National Super Late Model series. Crate LM's
and A&B-Hobby will still be in competition. Gates Open Tuesday July 29th at
4PM with Drivers Meeting at 6:45PM. Fans need to arrive early to Meet N' Greet
the Dillon Bros. for autographs. Limited to one item per person per Dillon.
site gets fresh look
to the new-look page to BoydsSpeedway.net. We have given the site a new look to
make things easier to find and give it a fresh look. All of the links above will
take everyone to the information they need.
Sprint Cars Race Rescheduled....
Friday August 8th 2014
18, 2014 - In two weeks the USCS Sprint Car and the Mini Sprints will make their
second attempt to invade Boyd's Speedway. Friday night Aug. 8th is the mewly announced
date for the Wheelie Poppin, Alcohol Burnin, Fire Breathin, Winged Outlaw Warlords.
More information for races on Friday Aug. 8th will be available next week.
Robbie Mason & Jerry Coffman Bring Old Bosses to Victory Lane
TN (7/12/14) --- Robbie Mason and Jerry Coffman neighbors separated by a few miles
between Hixson and Soddy Daisy, Tennessee brought a pair of # 30s to Victory
Lane Saturday night at Boyds Speedway in part of the former owners Robert
and Richard Harvey. The Tennessee Roofing Contractors, S&H Erectors,
New Salem Alignment sponsored teams won the Steel-head Late Model feature
and the special Crate Late Model Mid Season Championship race. Booger Brooks of
Chattanooga won his second consecutive A-Hobby feature, while Eric Hughes of Cleveland
took the B-Hobby feature. Birchwoods Koty Campbell won again in the Pony
class. Next Friday night (7/18) the U.S.C.S Outlaw Sprint Cars come for their
one and only yearly visit to Boyds Speedway with their high-flyin, wheelie
poppin, alcohol burning action. Crate LMs, A & B-Hobby will also
be in action Friday. Gates open at 5PM EST and racing begins at 7PM. (see results