CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT RESCHEDULED FOR SUNDAY, OCT. 19
October 18, 2014 - Tazewell Speedway will race on Sunday, October 19 and hold the Championship Night with trophies and points money being awarded. Racing was scheduled for Saturday night, but a series of rain showers delayed the event. The race has been moved to Sunday. All five divisions (limited late models, sportsman, classics, pure streets, four cylinders) will be racing including the limited late models for $1,500 to win. Pit gates open at noon, grandstand gates open at 1:00, with hot laps starting at 2:00. General admission tickets are $12 for adults with kids 9 and under admitted free. Pit passes are $25 for adults.
TRAMMELL MAKES IT TWO IN A ROW,
KEVIN SMITH WINS BUSTER CUPP MEMORIAL
September 27, 2014 - Jason Trammell made it two in a row in the Tazewell Late Models on Saturday. Trammell started from the 6th spot and worked his way to second behind race leader Greg Estes by lap 6. Trammell made several attempts for the lead and finally took over the lead on lap 9. Kevin Smith won the Buster Cupp Memorial for the pure streets. Other winners on Saturday were Steve Carr, Phillip Thompson, and Joey Allen.
Racing continues on Saturday, October 4 for the 4th annual Fall Brawl in conjunction with 411 Motor Speedway. Limited Late Models will each be racing for $2,000 to win. Also racing will be Sportsman for $1,000 to win plus classics, four cylinders, and pure streets for $400 each. It will also be the points payout for this year's track champions. Ticket prices and gate times will be announced soon.
McCARTER HOLDS OFF JOHNSON FOR BUDDY ROGERS MEMORIAL WIN
September 13, 2014 - Mack McCarter held off veteran driver Ronnie Johnson to win the Buddy Rogers Memorial Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series. It was the biggest win in the young career of McCarter. Johnson won the pole for the 44-lap race, but it was McCarter that grabbed the lead when the green flag was displayed. Johnson remained close to McCarter through most of the race. McCarter had to deal with a lapped car coming to the checkered flag and crossed the line sideways in taking the win.
Other winners on Saturday were Jordan Horton, Phillip Thompson, Jeremy Collins, and Jonathan Miracle.
The Buster Cupp Memorial is the next race on tap on Saturday, September 20. The pure streets will be racing for $500 to win. Tazewell Late Models, sportsman, classics, and four cylinders will also be racing.