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 season has concluded.
Caraway Speedway – Ross Dalton beat Mack Little to win the 50-lap Limited Late Model feature on Saturday night in Sophia, North Carolina. Dalton has a commanding lead in the division standings with one race remaining on the track’s schedule. The Southeast Limited Late Model Series will invade Caraway on September 26 for the track’s next event.
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 – Louis White swept both 50-lap Late Model Stock features on Saturday night. Jeff Shifflet won the Late Model track championship.
Hickory Motor Speedway – Shane Lee won the 100-lap Late Model Stock event on Saturday night at the famous 3/8-mile oval. Matt Piercy added his name to the legendary list of track champions. Hickory is done with weekly racing for the year, but still has a few big events coming up, including a 100-lap showdown for the Limited Late Models on September 26.
Orange County Speedway – The facility was off this past weekend. The high-banked oval will return to action on September 26.
Southern National Motorsports Park – The facility was off this past weekend. 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 ended its season on Friday night. Alex Fleming was crowned the Late Model track champion. Todd Langdom claimed the Charger division title.
Anderson Motor Speedway – Anderson concluded its weekly racing season on Friday night. RA Brown won the Late Model Stock feature, and Trey Gribson won the Late Model Stock track championship.
Dillon Motor Speedway – Dillon is back in action on September 26 for its championship night.
Florence Motor Speedway – Strom Altman Sr. took the win in the first Limited Late Model feature. Archie Adams Jr. claimed the second Limited Late Model feature win on Saturday night. Florence will be back in action on October 10.
Greenville Pickens Speedway – Greenville ended its season on Saturday night with a 100-lap Late Model race. Kason Plott took the checkered flag in the race, and David Roberts took the 2015 Late Model track championship.
Myrtle Beach Speedway – Weekly racing has concluded at Myrtle Beach Speedway. The CARS Racing Tour was in town on Saturday night. Brandon Setzer and Sam Yarbrough took wins on Saturday. The track is back in action November 12-14 for the UNOH 400.
Fairgrounds Speedway Nashville – 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 – Justin Ashburn scored the victory in the 125-lap Late Model event this weekend. He beat Mark Day, Dylan Fetcho, Bobby Terry and Dustin Arms to the checkered flag. Highland Rim races again this upcoming Saturday, September 26.
Lonesome Pine Raceway – Kres VanDyke won the battle this weekend, but didn’t win the war. VanDyke scored his 12th win of the season at Lonesome Pine, but Wayne Hale captured the track championship.
Motor Mile Speedway – Racing has concluded for 2015 at Motor Mile Speedway.
Shenandoah Speedway – Shenandoah was off this past weekend. The track is back in action on Saturday, September 26.
South Boston Speedway – Andy Seuss took the checkered flag in the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour event on Saturday night. Lee Pulliam and Matt Bowling split the twin Late Model features. Bowling captured the track championship while Pulliam closed in on another NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship.
-By Rob Blount, Speed51.com Northeast Editor – Twitter: @RobBlount
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