There was plenty of racing action in the Southeast this weekend. Here’s a roundup of all the asphalt action from across the Carolinas, Virginia and Tennessee.
Ace Speedway – The Altamahaw, North Carolina track concluded its season this past Friday night with a 50-lap Late Model Stock Car race. R.D. Smith and Dennis Holdren entered the night as championship contenders. Smith took the race victory and the championship.
Caraway Speedway – The Sophia, North Carolina facility was off this past weekend. Caraway races again on Saturday, September 19.
Carteret County Speedway – Carteret County was off this past weekend. The new race track will return to action this Saturday, September 26, for its second round of racing.
East Carolina Motor Speedway – East Carolina was off this past weekend. The race track returns to action again on Saturday September 19 with twin 50-lap features for the Late Model Stocks.
Hickory Motor Speedway – Dexter Canipe Jr. took home the victory at the legendary racing facility on Saturday night. The win is his sixth of the season. Saturday, September 19 is championship night at Hickory and is headlined by a 100-lap Late Model Stock event.
Orange County Speedway – Rain put an end to racing hopes on Saturday night at Orange County. The high-banked oval will return to action on September 26.
Southern National Motorsports Park – Lee Pulliam and Bradley McCaskill put on a show at the Kenly, North Carolina facility in twin features on Sunday with Pulliam sweeping both races. SNMP returns to action on September 26 when the cars of the Pro All-Stars Series South division take on the facility for 150 laps.
Tri-County Motor Speedway – The next race at the track is on Oct. 10 when the SELLM returns to the facility.
Wake County Speedway – Wake County was off this past weekend. Wake County returns to action on Friday, September 18 when it ends its season.
Anderson Motor Speedway – Anderson ran 100 laps for the Late Model Stock Cars. Cody Haskins took the win over R.A. Brown and other formidable foes like Lee Pulliam, Anthony Anders and Kres VanDyke. Anderson is back in action on Friday, September 18 for its season finale night.
Dillon Motor Speedway – Results cannot be found for Dillon Motor Speedway. Dillon is back in action on September 26 for its championship night.
Florence Motor Speedway – Florence was off this past weekend. The track is back in action on Saturday, September 19.
Greenville Pickens Speedway – David Roberts took the win in a 50-lap show for the Late Model Stocks at the famous facility. Dylan Hall finished second and Trey Gibson finished third. Greenville ends its season on September 19 with 100 laps for the Late Models.
Myrtle Beach Speedway – Results are not available for this race track. Myrtle Beach Speedway is back racing on Saturday, September 19 when the CARS Tour comes to town for the Bakerdist.com 200.
Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville – Results for this race track are not currently available. The Fairgrounds Speedway is off until the weekend of October 3-4 when the half-mile oval roars back to life for the 31st Annual All American 400.
Highland Rim Speedway – Highland Rim was off this past weekend. The race track is back in action on Saturday, September 19 with the Pro 8 Late Models going 125 laps.
Lonesome Pine Raceway – Lonesome Pine was off this past weekend. Lonesome Pine concludes its season on Saturday, September 19. VanDyke trails Wayne Hail in the standings by just five points heading into the final night.
Motor Mile Speedway – Lee Pulliam and Matt Bowling split twin features at Motor Mile this past Saturday night, with Pulliam winning the Late Model track championship. Julia Landauer won the Limited Late Model track championship.
Shenandoah Speedway – Shenandoah was off this past weekend. The track is back in action on Saturday, September 26.
South Boston Speedway – The facility was off this past weekend. South Boston concludes its season on Saturday, September 19. Matt Bowling leads Lee Pulliam by 31 points heading into the final night.
-By Rob Blount, Speed51.com Northeast Editor – Twitter: @RobBlount
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