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 – Patrick Coleman and R.D. Smith split twin 50-lap features for the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock cars on Friday night. Dennis Holdren is the points leader by just two points over Smith following Friday’s races. Ace is back in action this Friday, September 11 for 125 laps of action.
Caraway Speedway – Lee Pulliam swept both Late Model Stock races on Monday evening. Caraway races again on Saturday, September 19.
Carteret County Speedway – Clay Jones took the victory in the inaugural Late Model Stock race at Carteret County on Sunday evening. The new facility races again on September 19 with racing beginning at 7 p.m. ET.
East Carolina Motor Speedway – Thomas Burbage held off Louis White in the 50-lap Late Model Stock race on Saturday night. East Carolina races again on Saturday, September 19 with twin 50-lap features for the Late Model Stocks.
Hickory Motor Speedway – Hickory was in action twice this Labor Day weekend. Jake “the Snake” Crum took the win in the Bobby Isaac Memorial on Saturday, meanwhile Andy Jankowiak took the victory in the KOMA Unwind Modified Madness event on Monday night.
Orange County Speedway – Orange County was off this past weekend. Racing will return to the high-banked 3/8th-mile track on September 12.
Southern National Motorsports Park – SNMP was off on Saturday night. They’ll be back in action on Saturday, September 12 for the NWAAS season finale headlined by the Late Model Stocks.
Tri-County Motor Speedway – The next race at the track is on October 10 when the Southeast Limited Late Models returns to the facility.
Wake County Speedway – Results are not available for this race track as of Tuesday afternoon. Wake County ends its season on Friday, September 18.
Anderson Motor Speedway – Anderson was off this past weekend. The track returns to action with 100 laps of Late Model Stock car action this Friday, September 11.
Dillon Motor Speedway – Dillon was off this past weekend. The next race at the facility is Saturday, September 12.
Florence Motor Speedway – Results cannot be found for this race track as of Tuesday afternoon. The track is back in action on Saturday, September 19.
Greenville Pickens Speedway – The track was off this past Saturday night. Greenville is back in action on September 12. With just a few weeks left on Greenville’s schedule, David Roberts leads Trey Gibson by 58 points in the Late Model Stock standings.
Myrtle Beach Speedway – Sam Yarbrough swept the twin Late Model features at the beach this past Thursday night. The track is back in action on Saturday, September 12.
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 – 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 – Kres VanDyke dominated Saturday’s 60-lap LMSC feature. 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 – Motor Mile was off this past weekend. Motor Mile returns to action on September 12.
Shenandoah Speedway -Mike Ganoe took the win after Robert Bruce ran out of fuel with just a few laps to go. The track is back in action on Saturday, September 26.
South Boston Speedway – Lee Pulliam and Matt Bowling split Saturday’s twin Late Model Stock features. Trey Crews finished second to Joey Throckmorton, but it was enough to win him the Limited Late Model track championship. South Boston concludes its season on Saturday, September 19.
-By Rob Blount, Speed51.com Northeast Editor – Twitter: @RobBlount