Ace Speedway – Ace Speedway was off last Friday night and returns to action on Friday, September 4 with Family Night.
Bowman Gray Stadium – The 2015 Bowman Gray Stadium season has come to a close.
Caraway Speedway – No results are posted from Caraway’s night of racing on Saturday, August 29. The track will host the Labor Day Showdown on Monday, September 7 with a full day of racing action.
East Carolina Motor Speedway – North Carolina Motor Speedway took a weekend off. The track returns on Saturday, September 5.
Hickory Motor Speedway – Dexter Canipe picked up the Late Model Stock Car win Saturday night at Hickory Speedway. The point standing are tight between Matt Piercy and Landon Huffman. This Saturday marks the Bobby Isaac Memorial featuring a 150-lap Late Model Stock car event.
Orange County Speedway – Orange County Speedway had the weekend off and is back in action on September 12.
Southern National Motorsports Park – Jonathan Findley swept both Late Model races at Southern National Mororsports Park Saturday night. Findley led from green to checkered in the first Late Model race and then came from the back to win the second after a full field invert. Andrew Grady brought home second and third place finishes respectively. Findley and Grady are now tied in the season point standings with one race remaining. Southern National takes a break this weekend with its NWAAS championships on Saturday, September 12.
Tri-County Motor Speedway – Tri County Motor Speedway takes a break, the next race at the track is on Oct. 10 when the SELLM returns to the facility.
Wake County Speedway – No racing this past weekend at Wake County. They will race again on Friday, September 4.
Anderson Motor Speedway – No results available as of Monday afternoon. Anderson Motor Speedway is off this weekend and returns to action Friday, September 11.
Dillon Motor Speedway – Dillon Motor Speedway is off until Saturday, September 12.
Florence Motor Speedway – Averitt Lucas captured the Limited Late Model win Saturday, August 29. Strom Altman, Josh Yoman, John Brown and Cody Kelly rounded out the top five. Florence is on track again this Saturday, September 5.
Greenville Pickens Speedway – The track was off this past Saturday night. Greenville is back in action on September 12th. With just a few weeks left on Greenville’s schedule, David Roberts leads Trey Gibson by 58 points.
Myrtle Beach Speedway – Myrtle Beach Speedway took a break last weekend. The track is back in action on Thursday, September 3.
Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville – The next race at the Nashville half-mile is September 12. Willie Allen leads Cole Williams by 30 points in the Pro Late Model standings.
Highland Rim Speedway – Tink Jackson grabbed the win at Highland Rim Speedway on Saturday night. Samuel Mccord, James Shaw, Terry Jackson and Bobby Ladd completed the top five. Highland Rim has a full slate of racing this Saturday, including a 75-lap Super Stock feature.
Kingsport Speedway – Lee Pullium and Kres VanDyke put on a show for the fans in the Late Model Stock Car 75-lap feature. The two raced door to door to the checkers, with Pullium edging VanDyke at the line in the final race of the 2015 season. Ronnie McCarty captured the LMSC championship.
Langley Speedway – Brother Danny and Greg Edwards split a pair of 65-lap Late Model Stock Car races at Langley Speedway Saturday night. Danny currently holds a 10 point lead over Greg in the overall point standings. This Saturday, Langley hosts the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour in the Bayport Credit Union 150.
Lonesome Pine Raceway –Adam Gray and Lanced Gatlin each picked up a win in the night’s twin Late Model Stock features. The top three are separated by just seven points in the overall track standings with two races remaining. The track has a full night of racing this Saturday, September 5 before championship night September 19.
Motor Mile Speedway – Motor Mile takes a break and returns to action on September 12.
Shenandoah Speedway – Shenandoah Speedway was off last weekend. The track returns to action on September 5.
South Boston Speedway – Lee Pulliam won his fifth SoBo 200 Saturday night at South Boston Speedway. Pulliam waited until lap 160 to turn his fastest lap of the night and powered past Matt Bowling to pick up the win for the fifth straight year. South Boston races again this weekend on Saturday, September 5.