This weekend, Myrtle Beach will resume its 2020 season with a Memorial Day Weekend event, feature Late Models, Chargers, Super Trucks and Vintage Racers.  Speed51 will provide a pay-per-view broadcast of the event for fans unable to attend.   For $14.99, fans will be able to watch the event on Speed51, headlined by twin features […]

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Myrtle Beach Speedway has provided racing memories for more than 60 years since it first opened in 1958. That is especially true for three generations of the Barnhill family.   Bryant Barnhill, who has competed in the NASCAR Truck Series, cut his teeth at the 0.538-mile oval just a short distance from the Atlantic coastline.  Last […]

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On Tuesday afternoon, Myrtle Beach Speedway unveiled an updated event schedule for the 2020 racing season.  That schedule is condensed to six remaining events for the South Carolina facility, with an August 18 event being advertised as “the last race at Myrtle Beach Speedway.”   That event may not prove to be the final race […]

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While many tracks have postponed or canceled their events for this weekend in light of the coronavirus pandemic, others are proceeding as planned with their schedule.   On Friday, the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series will kicked off its 10th season at North Georgia Speedway.  Donald McIntosh scored the victory in the event.  Highlights are available […]

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While the future of Myrtle Beach Speedway is in question, it will continue to operate as planned for the foreseeable future.   Myrtle Beach Speedway officials released a statement on Facebook Tuesday, announcing that management had been approached with potential developers in regards to a potential purchase. However, any sale of the property is contingent upon […]

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COLUMBIA, S.C. — Nolan Pope will kickstart his season by heading to Myrtle Beach (S.C.) Speedway this weekend with Lee Faulk Racing and Development for the fifth annual Ice Breaker.   The 22-year-old Pope, who recently re-signed with Lee Faulk Racing and Development and McCallister Precision Marketing, will make his Myrtle Beach Speedway debut by […]

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The mighty Modifieds capped off another great decade that saw a changing of the guard. The traditional names from the first part of the decade have shifted to the likes of Doug Coby, Justin Bonsignore and other rising stars. Coby won six NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour titles, while Bonsignore scored his first in 2018 and […]

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When the clock struck 11 o’clock at Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC) Sunday night, Will Burns took the checkered flag in a curfew-shortened Myrtle Beach 400 to add his name to the list of winners in the crown jewel event.   The race, originally schedule at 250 laps, concluded after a lap 225 caution involving Jeff […]

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