Late Model Stock Car fans can find all the quick little nuggets of info for the 2016 season here in the Late Model Stock Car notebook. We have a little from each of the tracks in the region that run Late Model Stock cars. Some information was found on track social media pages and websites. If you think we’re missing anything or have more information, please email us at [email protected]

 

CARS Tour

Deac McCaskill holds an eight point lead over Tommy Lemons, Jr. as the two drivers have been in the top six of every single finishing order this season in the CARS Tour Late Model Stock division.  Concord is the next race set for August 27.

 

North Carolina

Ace Speedway – A schedule change has been announced for the next three races. The next race on the schedule will be on Friday, August 12, the event will be called the For the Fans Night. The Summer Showdown will take place on Friday,  August 26 and September 2 will be their Labor Day event which will also be run on a Friday.

 

Caraway Speedway – Carl Auman scored the win in the 30-lap Limited Late Model race on Saturday. Up next will be twin Late Model Stock Car races on August 19.

 

Carteret County Speedway – Eric Winslow slipped under Zach Marks on the final lap and won the race to the checkered flag this past weekend. Winslow then spun after contact with Marks and backed into the wall. The car count continues to improve at Carteret, which will be back in action on August 20.

 

Coastal Plains – No events scheduled at this time.

 

East Carolina Motor Speedway – The track will be back in action this weekend as Brenden Queen enters the weekend with a six point lead over Louis White.

 

Hickory Motor Speedway – Dexter Canipe, Jr. all but clinched the Paramount Kia Challenge Series by winning the ninth round.  The overall track point leader picked up the victory which was his fifth of the 2016 season.

 

Mont Cox won for the second time this season in Limited Late Model action.

 

Orange County Speedway –  Track regulars Layne Riggs and Craig Moore recently posted top-five runs in the CARS Tour Late Model Stock race at OCS. The weekly track program will return on August 13.  Terry Dease leads the points by 51 markers.

 

Southern National – Late Model Stock Cars are not scheduled to run at Southern National until August 20.  Check the track schedule out as they are still hosting racing and other events.

 

Wake County Speedway – Rain washed out the action last Friday. August 19 will be the next scheduled race.  Zachary Marks is the point leader.

 

South Carolina

Anderson Speedway – Track point leader David Roberts and Cole Glasson picked up Late Model wins on Friday night at Anderson. The Southeast Limited Late Models will be in town next Saturday for their next race.

 

Dillon Motor Speedway –  August 13 will be the next scheduled race at Dillon this year.

Florence Motor Speedway – Averitt Lucas won both 30-lap Late Model Stock events this past weekend.  Lucas is not running for points, but should jump up a bunch from 10th after the two victories. He now has four wins on the season.

 

Greenville Pickens Speedway – Dylan Hall swept the Late Model Stock races as Luke Sorrow won the Limited Late Model feature win.  For Hall it’s his second and third wins of the season in Late Model Stock. Racing returns on August 20.

 

Myrtle Beach Speedway – Bryant Barnhill became the 10th different winner this season in the Late Model Stock class at Myrtle Beach.  The track will look to add more winners to this season’s win list in two weeks when they run double Late Model features on August 20th.

 

Tennessee

Kingsport Speedway – Robbie Ferguson used a lap 46 restart to claim his first win at Kingsport Speedway since 2002.  Point leader Zeke Shell picked up a few points after finishing second to the winner.  Kres VanDyke finished fifth.

 

Newport Speedway – Caleb Pressley bested the Late Model field at Newport this past weekend. Point leader Taylor Coffman finished second.  Late Models will be back in action on August 27.

 

Virginia

Dominion Raceway – Trent Barnes and Doug Barnes Jr. picked up wins on Sunday afternoon in twin feature Late Model Stock action.  Nick Smith finished 18th in the second race and took a hit in the championship standings as second-place point man Doug Barnes Jr. picked up the win.

 

Matt Bowling was at Dominion chasing points for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series National title.  Bowling was second in race two which had a full field.  He entered the weekend up seven points on Keith Rocco.

 

Franklin County Speedway – The track has announced their chase style points standings and Ricky Gillespie leads Kyle Dudley by two markers. Ten drivers are within 24 points of the lead.

 

Lonesome Pine Raceway – Wayne Hale and Kres VanDyke split Late Model features on Saturday night. The two drivers went one-two in each races with Nate Monteith third in both events. Hale continues to maintain his point lead.

 

Motor Mile Speedway – Lee Pulliam added two more to his season win total at Motor Mile. The track point leader now has nine wins at the track in 2016. Overall, Pulliam has 13 wins which is the most in the NASCAR Division I standings.  The track will host twin 75-lap races on August 27.

 

Shenandoah Speedway – Mini Tyrell won the Late Model Stock Car race on Saturday night.

 

South Boston Speedway – The PASS South Super Late Models will be the main event on the racing card this coming weekend at SoBo.  Late Model Stock Cars will run twin 75-lap events. Matt Bowling leads Peyton Sellers by 75 points for the track championship.

 

Southside Speedway – Eddie Johnson scored his second win of the season as he beat out Chris Dodson and Steve Zuskin for the win.  Dodson now leads Zuskin by one position as they entered tied atop the point standings. Only two racing nights remain.

 

-By Elgin Traylor, Speed51.com Southeast Correspondent – Twitter: @ElginTraylor

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