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Florida_Cr
Re :   Hendry County Motorsports Park

Press Release: Clewiston , FL – Ken Kinney and the Hendry County Motorsports Park Management is excited to announce that ‘Cowboy’ Rob Kohler will be joined in the Race Tower by ‘Racin’ Jason Beckner for the 2014 Fall Season. With Cowboy Rob as Speedway Commentator and Racin Jason as Race Director, two of the most creative and entertaining personalities in Racing Entertainment, the fans and the competitors will experience a new level of involvement with each other. Communication with the fans and the racers as well as the communication with Scorekeeper Melanie Beckner and Flagman Steve Dielman during the race, is part of the key to a great show. Rob and Jason both know how to put on a great show. Colleen Crum and Kelly Crupper will continue to handle the Administration responsibilities while Larry Thacker Sr. prepares the track and maintains the equipment with race day help from Sherry Thacker and Larry Jr.. Sugarland Motorsports will be selling Sunoco Race Fuel, Hoosier Racing Tires, Raceiver Radios and a full line of race car parts and tools. Everglades Farm Equipment will be providing the Big Green John Deere Tractor and Recycling Services of Indiantown will be providing the Water Truck. With a $10,000 to win Thunder Stock race and a new Strictly Stock division to inspect this season, Dennis Coyle and Jon K will be keeping the rules enforced in the tech shed. The Everglades Winter Nationals in November will have additional tech staff on hand to keep cars safe and legal. 
 

The 2014 Fall Season is seven events starting Opening Night September 6th and ending with the Everglades Winter Nationals two weekend event on November 15th, 21st and 22nd . Classes competing in the remainder of the 2014 Season will be Eagle Jet Top Gun Sprint Cars, UDLMCS Late Models, Limited Late Models, Open Wheel Modifieds, Street Stocks, Mini Modifieds, Outlaw Fours, Thunder Stocks and the new Strictly Stocks.
For more information visit www.HendryRacing.com or Hendry Racing on Facebook.



08/28/2014 4:18 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for August 22-23
(from our complete results for 7 Florida tracks)

*East Bay Raceway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 93
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 18

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 60
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*Southern Raceway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 9

*Five Flags Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 13

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 5th, Cars per division 7th

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 7

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 6th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 43
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 42
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for August 22-23 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 7 tracks

2. Florida Dirt Track News - 4 tracks

3. Karnac - 2 tracks

4. Florida Flag Stand - 0 tracks



08/27/2014 7:05 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Five Flags Speedway

RESULTS FOR 8-22

DAWSONVILLE'S DAVIS EARNS FIRST CAREER PLM WIN AT 5 FLAGS
JONES CAPTURES FINALE, CUTS INTO JOHANNA'S LEAD

by Chuck Corder

One wonders if Dawsonville, Ga., filled with joyful noise on Friday night. When Bill Elliott’s star was rising in NASCAR, each time he won, his hometown would ring a bell to celebrate the win. The tradition has continued for young Chase Elliott, the 2011 Snowball Derby champion, and current NASCAR Nationwide Series points leader.

Spencer Davis did Dawsonville proud Friday night at Five Flags Speedway. The teenager captured his first career Allen Turner Pro Late Model feature at the famed half-mile oval. “We’ve had fast car last two times been here,” Davis said, “and to get that first win in Pensacola, at such an historic track, it’s really cool.”

Johanna Long finished second in the opener to extend her points lead while Junior Niedecken rounded out the podium. But in the 30-lap finale, she spun with 27 laps complete and her 19-point cushion was dwindled to four by night’s end.

Defending track champion Garrett Jones, who finished fourth in the opener, won the second feature in dramatic fashion when all heck broke loose on the final lap. Davis finished as the runner-up in the finale. Ray Black was third. “I’m waiting to get excited,” Jones said. “I’m not sure if I won it or not. We didn’t have the best car this weekend. The hot temperatures got us out of our groove.”

Ryan Luza crossed first in the 30 lapper, but track officials penalized the Cypress, Texas, driver for turning then-leader Bret Holmes on the white flag lap directly under the flagstand. It moved everyone up, including Long who rallied to come home sixth after the late spin. “We have to figure something out,” Long said after the opener. “We had another really fast racecar like we do every time we come Five Flags. Second stinks. We’ll win one before it’s over.”

Early-bird fans that arrived when the gates opened at 4 Friday afternoon, covered up with umbrellas. Not because of unexpected showers, but to escape the suffering heat. It was as if the sun was leaning against you.

Pro Late Models 30
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 11 88J    Garrett Jones     Mooresville , Nc 100.00 
2 14 129    Spencer Davis     Dawsonville , Ga 97.00 
3 8 19    Lonnye Ray Black, II    Ocala , Fl 94.00 
4 1 51    Perry Patino     Montgomery , Al 91.00 
5 12 99    Wayne Niedecken, Jr.    Milton , Fl 88.00 
6 13 11JL    Johanna Long     Pensacola , Fl 85.00 
7 7 4M    Elliott Massey     Lucedale , Ms 82.00 
8 6 21LB    Larry Blount     Orange Park, Fl 79.00 
9 9 9J    Kurt Jett     Middleburg , Fl 76.00 
10 3 5H    Bret Holmes     Munford , Al 73.00 
11 5 14L    Ryan Luza     Cypress , Tx 70.00 
12 4 30S    Rusty Sanford     Seminary , Ms 67.00 
13 10 33DS    Dustin Smith     Mobile , Al 64.00 
14 2 10S    R.S. Senter     Oakwood , Ga 61.00

Pro Late Models 20

Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 2 129    Spencer Davis     Dawsonville , Ga 100.00 
2 5 11JL    Johanna Long     Pensacola , Fl 97.00 
3 8 99    Wayne Niedecken, Jr.    Milton , Fl 94.00 
4 7 88J    Garrett Jones     Mooresville , Nc 91.00 
5 9 33DS    Dustin Smith     Mobile , Al 88.00 
6 6 9J    Kurt Jett     Middleburg , Fl 85.00 
7 10 19    Lonnye Ray Black, Ii    Ocala , Fl 82.00 
8 13 4M    Elliott Massey     Lucedale , Ms 79.00 
9 12 21LB    Larry Blount     Orange Park, Fl 76.00 
10 1 14L    Ryan Luza     Cypress , Tx 73.00 
11 15 30S    Rusty Sanford     Seminary , Ms 70.00 
12 4 5H    Bret Holmes     Munford , Al 67.00 
13 3 10S    R.s. Senter     Oakwood , Ga 64.00 
14 11 51    Perry Patino     Montgomery , Al 61.00 
15 14 17G    Kurt Guillot     Escatawpa , Ms 58.00 
16 16 55R    Ronnie Osmer     Pearl River, La 55.00
 
Beef “O” Brady’s Sportsmen

Five Flags Speedway welcomed another first-time winner to Victory Lane. Milton’s Joe Richbourg held off Sportsmen stalwarts Shanna Ard, the current points leader, and Steve Buttrick, who has won four straight Sportsmen Snowball Derby titles, to win the 25-lap Beef “O” Brady’s Sportsman feature. “The car was perfect,” Richbourg said. “I had a blast.”

Ard and Buttrick might have a pair of resumes that look a little more stellar, but Richbourg drove his lines and refused to yield the lead to either of the perennial favorites. “He was pretty hard to pass,” Ard said of Richbourg. “I worked on him, did everything I could.”

The other major storyline that came from Friday night’s entertaining Sportsman feature was the nightmare for Brannon Fowler. The Molino driver, and two-time class track champion, started the race. However, when a caution came out before the opening lap was complete, Fowler headed to the pits. He did not return.
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 1 81R    Joe Richbourg     Cantonment , Fl 100.00 
2 5 29    Shanna Ard     Milton , Fl 97.00 
3 2 33B    Steve Buttrick     Cantonment , Fl 94.00 
4 7 42    Randy Thompson     Cantonment , Fl 91.00 
5 8 07    Jim Pokrant     Milton , Fl 88.00 
6 9 33W    Kenny Williams     Pensacola , Fl 85.00 
7 6 77L    Shawn Laws     Gulf Breeze, Fl 82.00 
8 11 28    Dayton Sidner     Cantonment , Fl 79.00 
9 12 12    Thomas Faddis     Pensacola , Fl 76.00 
10 3 31G    Johnny Greene, Jr    Daphne , Al 73.00 
11 13 89    Alan Lawson     Niceville , Fl 70.00 
12 4 00F    Brannon Fowler     Molino , Fl 67.00 
13 10 13S    Jesse Smith     Jay , Fl 64.00 

Butler U-Pull-It Bombers

B.J.  Leytham has won in a variety of ways in 2014.On Friday at Five Flags Speedway, the Mobile driver was the fastest qualifier, but chose to start at the tail end of the 11-car field. Like every race for Leytham this season, it appeared it mattered little. He crossed the start-finish line first for his fourth 20-lap Butler U-Pull-It Bombers feature and his 19th overall between Pensacola and Mobile International Speedway. But Leytham was disqualified in technical inspection for an improper front end. Leytham had won every feature he started since late 2013, including the Bombers Snowball Derby last December.

With the DQ, that pushed Geno Denmark (Leytham’s teammate) to his first career win at Five Flag, Colin Kraft was second and Michael Nelson moved to third. Denmark, who set the Bombers class track record a few months back, punctuated his night in Victory Lane with a little trash talk. “That No. 03 (Nelson) is tough, but he ain’t got (anything) for us,” Denmark said. “Our car was fast and there was some tough competition out there tonight.”

Leytham put his unblemished streak in jeopardy at the drop of the green flag by opting to begin at the back of the pack. The decision, though, didn’t slow him down. He quickly chewed up three spots before the field reached Turn 1 on the opening lap. Leytham started threading the needle through the field, chewing up spots along the way and had climbed to second by Lap 7. Nelson managed to keep Leytham at bay for a few laps before he surrendered the spot to Leytham on before the feature reached its halfway point.
 
Finish Start Car Driver Hometown Points
1 3 88D    Gino Denmark      - 100.00 
2 4 18K    Collin Kraft     Grand Bay, Al 97.00 
3 1 03    Michael Nelson     Pensacola , Fl 94.00 
4 5 B52    Robert Balkum     Pensacola , Fl 91.00 
5 6 11R    Courtney Rodrigues     Pensacola , Fl 88.00 
6 11 27    Tommy Lowery     Pensacola , Fl 85.00 
7 9 15    Preston Prevatte     Lillian , Al 82.00 
8 8 34    Corey Pitman     Cantonment , Fl 79.00 
9 10 83W     imothy Wilmot     Cantonment , Fl 76.00 
10 7 22M    John Kevin Merritt     Pensacola , Fl 73.00

Southern Vintage Racing Association

Ben Spears hopes the Southern Vintage Racing Association schedules more stops at Five Flags Speedway. The first time the Association battled at Pensacola’s high banks back in June, Spears swiped the checkered flag. On this Friday, the second verse was same as the first as Spears captured another 20-lap feature. “It never comes easy,” Spears said. “It was work, but it was worth it.”

The father-son tandem of Scooter and Thumper Grice finished second and third, respectively. “I guess I’ll always be the bridesmaid,” said Scooter Grice, who is still in search of that elusive win at the famed half-mile asphalt oval. “That guy (Spears) is a fantastic driver. He’s made so many strides that are unbelievable. Kudos to Ben.”

Throughout the week, Thumper Grice had visions of a family sweep. But that never materialized when his father and Spears broke away from the large field. Thumper Grice, meanwhile, had one of the best battles on the track. He, James Ward and Matt Culbertson swapped the spot several times before Thumper eventually took it over for good on Lap 14. “I wanted to be in front of him,” Thumper, 21, said of his father. “I wanted us to be 1-2.”

1. #29 Ben Spears
2. #83 Scooter Grice
3. #117 Thumper Grice
4. #26 Brian Daniels
5. #48M Jamie Mozingo
6. #7 Aleck Alford
7. #43 Jerry Bohlman
8. #55 Jay Dotson
9. #7 Ryan Worsham
10. #10 Scott Storm
11. #77 Matt Culbertson
12. #97 James Ward
13. #5 Derek Kane Long



08/23/2014 6:35 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Lake City Speedway

Racing November 8 & 9, 2014

Saturday November 8...Sportsman 50, E-Modifieds, Super Stock/Pure Stock, Strictly Stock/Hornets. The Sportsman, Super Stock/Pure Stock, and Strictly Stock/Hornets will run an 8 lap heat and 25 lap feature.

Sunday November 9...E-Modified 50, Sportsmans, Super Stock/Pure Stock, Strictly Stock/Hornets. The E-Modifieds, Super Stock/Pure Stock, and Strictly Stock/Hornets will run an 8 lap heat and 25 lap feature.

Both days pit gate opens at 9am, Practice 10-12, Driver's Meeting 12:30 and Racing at 1pm. Grandstands open at 11
All cars welcome, bring your rule book and weight (just in case).
Free primitive overnight camping
Saturday evening we will have a bon fire, music and food for anyone that wants to join us!
Pit passes are $25
Grandstands are $12 adults, $10 seniors/military, Kids 11 and under are free
We will have food vendors. Coolers will be allowed (no glass please)

Payouts...

Sportsman 50/Sportsman 25

1. 1000 1. 600
2. 600 2. 300
3. 400 3. 250
4. 300 4. 175
5. 200 5. 125
6. 150 6. 100
7. 125 7. 75
8. 100 8. 60
9. through field 75 9. through field 50

E-Modified 50/E-Modified 25

1. 1000 1. 400
2. 600 2. 300
3. 400 3. 200
4. 300 4. 150
5. 200 5. 75
6. 150 6. 60
7. 125 7. through field 50
8. 100
9. through field 75

Super Stock/Pure Stock

1. 200
2. 120
3. 110
4. 100
5. 85
6. 65
7. through field 55

Strictly Stocks/Hornets

1. 150
2. 100
3. 75
4. 50
5. through field 25

We want this to be a fun weekend for everyone. An announcement regarding 2015 will be made Sunday November 9.
We hope everyone joins us and if you have any questions feel free to call Kim or Robert at (386) 427-4129.



08/21/2014 6:12 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for August 16
(from our complete results for 9 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 121
Total divisions - 11
Average per division - 11

Desoto Speedway - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 69
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 9

North Florida Speedway - Car Count 3rd, Cars per division 7th

Total cars - 61
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 8

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 4th, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 59
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 58
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 9

Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 6th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9

Southern Raceway - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 39
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 9

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 8th

Total cars - 37
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 7

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 9th, Cars per division tied for 8th

Total cars - 35
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 7

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for August 16 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 9 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 6 tracks

3. Karnac - No results since July 28

3. Florida Dirt Track News - No results since June 28



08/18/2014 11:06 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   THE GRANDSTAND(General Discussions)

Grand Opening Cancelled

We are letting everyone know that we will not be opening on August 30th as planned. We are truly sorry for this inconvenience for everyone and we do apologize to all the people that were planning on racing or attending the races that night. We still have a couple of issues that need to be resolved before we can start racing on a regular basis and I will assure you that those issues are being resolved. We continue to work diligently at the things that we can fix on our own ...and work with others on the ones that we can not do ourselves. We are not going to put out another date at this time but it will be announced shortly. Over the next couple of weeks everyone will begin to see all the changes that we have promised and we will have racing back up and running. The fence and bleachers are both being put up by local contractors so once that process begins it will move along rather quickly and both of these projects can be done at the same time. Again, our apologies for the delay. We hope to have more news for everyone shortly.



08/16/2014 6:34 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for August 8-9
(from our complete results for 11 Florida tracks)

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 1st, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 91
Total divisions - 12
Average per division - 7

*Desoto Speedway - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 87
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 10

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 68
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

*Showtime Speedway - Car count tied for 4th, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 62
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*North Florida Speedway - Car count tied for 4th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 62
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 10

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 6th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

*Auburndale Speedway - Car Count 7th, Cars per division tied for 8th

Total cars - 49
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

*Southern Raceway - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 47
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 11

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 9th, Cars per division tied for 8th

Total cars - 42
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

*Five Flags Speedway - Car Count 10th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 30
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 10

*Bronson Speedway - Car Count 11th, Cars per division tied for 11th

Total cars - 19
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 4

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for August 8-9 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 11 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 7 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



08/12/2014 7:05 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Florida Mini Sprints Association

Press release for 8/9/2014

ATTENTION EVERYONE !!!!!!
John Crowder has Volunteered to take over as the President of the Florida Mini Sprint Association as of today August 9th. 2014.
jtctoys33@aol.com is his email, and his
Phone Number is 352-266-1925
Please Assist Him, Help Him in anyway to make it Easier for John Crowder. It is no easy task, I have given him all the Equipment, User ID and Passwords to Update Web Page and Facebook.
I can no Longer handle the Time and Stress that comes with Handling the Job that is needed, and my Sons Time is more Important at this Time in My Life. I tried to come back and Help the Tracks and Drivers but its just too much to handle.
All Monies Owed to Members from past Events will be mailed from me Jesse Teed as soon as the Bank releases Funds after closing the Old Bank Account. I have made a List of Addresses Names and Amounts.
Take Care and God Bless Everyone,
Jesse Teed
jesse7racing@yahoo.com
407-222-6357



08/09/2014 9:48 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for August 2
(from our complete results for 8 Florida tracks)

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car count tied for 1st, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 68
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

*Showtime Speedway - Car count tied for 1st, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 68
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 9

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car Count 3rd, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 63
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 60
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 8

*Southern Raceway - Car count 5th, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 13

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count tied for 6th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 41
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count tied for 7th, Cars per division tied for 1st (2 divisions rained out)

Total cars - 39
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 13

*Desoto Speedway - Car Count tied for 7th, Cars per division 8th (one division rained out)

Total cars - 39
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 7

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for August 2 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 8 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 2 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



08/06/2014 7:25 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series

Current Points Standings after Bubba Raceway Park race

Top 15

1. Austin Kirkpatrick 2640
2. Jason Fitzgerald 2590
3. Mark Whitener 2510
4. Carter Stokes 2280
5. Keith Nosbisch 2060
6. Darrell Padgett 1570
7. John Kellum 1460
8. Devin Walker 1300
9. Joe Kump 1260
10. Tyler Clem 1250
11. Jack Nosbisch 1230
12. Bo Allen 1220
13. Ivedent Lloyd 1180
14. Tyler Crowder 1170
15. Donnie Chappell 1040



08/05/2014 5:28 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for July 25-26
(from our complete results for 10 Florida tracks)

Desoto Speedway - Car Count 1st, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 91
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 11

Showtime Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 83
Total divisions - 9
Average per division - 9

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 72
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 14

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division tied for tied for 7th

Total cars - 68
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 9

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count tied for 5th, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 59
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count tied for 5th, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 59
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

Five Flags Speedway - Car Count 7th, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 53
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 13

Southern Raceway - Car count 8th, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 49
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 12

Northwest Florida Speedway - Car Count 9th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 36
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 9

Bronson Speedway - Car Count 10th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 25
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 6

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for July 25-26 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 10 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 9 tracks

3. Karnac - 3 tracks

4. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



07/29/2014 9:06 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   THE GRANDSTAND(General Discussions)

The latest on Sand Mountain Speedway

Opening Day Postponed

This is Dennis Snow & Scott Borchers , the owners of Sand Mountain Speedway, Due to unforeseen circumstances  with engineering  for the track, we have to postpone the opening of the track from 2015 to 2016. We are very sorry for any issues this may cause. We will make it up to everyone and we hope to see everyone in 2016 for some incredible racing.

Thank You,
Management

The old Sand Mountain Speedway was a 1/3 mile banked clay oval track located in Fort Meade, Polk County Florida. The race track was originally closed in 2006 due to permitting problems.

Sand Mountain Speedway is coming back as a 1/3 mile asphalt banked oval stock car race track which will be hosted at the old Sand Mountain Dirt Track in Fort Meade Florida. This project is in it’s infant development / planning stages. The project is led by Dennis Snow and his family (pictured below).



07/27/2014 11:38 AM


Lawn_Boy
Re :   Reply To Legoman

Reply to Legoman (07/21/2014 5:53 PM)

What's going on with the other florida racing sites? Karnac has only had one story in 2 months and the site has been down since yesterday. Florida flag stand hasn't updated their site in over a week.

all the racing websites in florida except this one have a hard time keeping updated. and now one of the best sites florida sprint car fans is shutting down. that's a real shame. fscf was another one that was always up to date. http://floridasprintcarfans.com/2014/07/22/game-over/


07/23/2014 7:00 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for July 19
(from our complete results for 8 Florida tracks)

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 105
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 17

Showtime Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 82
Total divisions - 10
Average per division - 8

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 72
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 14

Desoto Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 64
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 9

Southern Raceway - Car count 5th, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 56
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 6th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 53
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 10

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 7th, Cars per division 7th

Total cars - 43
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 7

Bronson Speedway - Car Count 8th, Cars per division 8th

Total cars - 19
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 6

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for July 19 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 8 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 0 tracks

2. Karnac - 0 tracks

2. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks



07/22/2014 8:39 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series

RESULTS FOR 7-12 FROM WAYCROSS

1) 2 Brandon DeWitt
2) 33 Carter Stokes
3) 58 Mark Whitener
4) 11 Austin Kirkpatrick
5) 7 Jason Fitzgerald
6) 14 Tyler Clem
7) 24 Ken Pruitt
8) 12 Rhett Carter
9) 22 Cecil Eunice
10) 5 Mike Carter
11) 41K John Kellum

Current points standings after Waycross 

1. Austin Kirkpatrick. 2330
2. Jason Fitzgerald 2260
3. Mark Whitener. 2210
4. Carter Stokes. 2010
5. Keith Nosbisch. 1710
6. Darrell Padgett 1570
7. John Kellum. 1460
8. Joe Kump. 1260
9. Jack Nosbisch. 1230
10. Tyler Crowder. 1170
11. Devin Walker. 1050
12. Donnie Chappell 1040
13. Tyler Clem. 1010
14. Brandon Dewitt. 960
15. Bo Allen. 940



07/13/2014 11:04 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for July 11-12
(from our complete results for 5 Florida tracks)(6 rainouts)

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 1st, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 95
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 15

Showtime Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 83
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

Southern Raceway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 49
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 12

Five Flags Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 44
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 11

Bronson Speedway - Car Count 5th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 34
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 6

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for July 11-12 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 5 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 3 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



07/13/2014 8:38 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for July 3-5
(from our complete results for 4 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 155
Total divisions - 10
Average per division - 15

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 65
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 9

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 15

Northwest Florida Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 42
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 10

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for July 3-5 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 4 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 2 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



07/08/2014 5:50 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series

Final results from Golden Isles Speedway Park on 6/28

1) Austin Kirkpatrick
2) Jason Fitzgerald
3) Bo Allen
4) Mark Whitener
5) Keith Nosbisch
6) Donnie Chappell
7) Ryan VanSickle
8) Carter Stokes
9) Blaise Hetznecker
10) Tyler Ivey
11) Kyle VanSickle
12) Rhett Carter
13) Cecil Eunice
14) John Kellum
15) Devin Walker

Current points standings after Golden Isles.

 1) Austin Kirkpatrick. 2020
 2) Jason Fitzgerald 1960
 3) Mark Whitener 1890
 4) Keith Nosbisch 1710
 5) Carter Stokes. 1680
 6) Darrell Padgett. 1570
 7) John Kellum. 1460
 8) Joe Kump. 1260
 9) Jack Nosbisch. 1230
 10) Tyler Crowder. 1170
 11) Devin Walker. 1050
 12) Donnie Chappell 1040
 13) Bo Allen. 940
 14) Ivedent Lloyd. 860
 15) Adam Bedanbaugh 850



06/30/2014 7:21 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for June 27-28
(from our complete results for 13 Florida tracks)

*Desoto Speedway - Car Count 1st, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 73
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 9

*Showtime Speedway - Car count tied for 2nd, Cars per division tied for 9th

Total cars - 68
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 8

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count tied for 2nd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 68
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 17

*Auburndale Speedway - Car count 4th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 64
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 9

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car count tied for 5th, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 63
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*North Florida Speedway - Car Count tied for 5th, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 63
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 61
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*Southern Raceway - Car count 8th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 10

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 9th, Cars per division tied for tied for 9th

Total cars - 50
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 10th, Cars per division tied for 9th

Total cars - 44
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

*Five Flags Speedway - Car Count 11th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 36
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 9

*Bronson Speedway - Car Count 12th, Cars per division 12th

Total cars - 31
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 6

*Northwest Florida Speedway - Car Count 13th, Cars per division tied for 12th

Total cars - 27
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 6

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for June 27-28 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 13 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 9 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



06/30/2014 6:14 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Southern Raceway

Southern Raceway Hands Down Penalties for Bayhi and Haugen

(6/24/2014)

 

The No. 12 team that competes in the Vintage Class at Southern Raceway has been penalized as a result of a rules violation committed during the last Lap of the Feature Event on June 21, 2014.

Christopher Bayhi, Driver of The No. 12 car, has been deemed to have acted in an unsafe manner which put another Driver and some spectators in harms way.

Section 1 of the 2014 Official Southern Raceway General Rules as published addresses this:

1. All decisions, judgment calls or interpretations of rules by track officials will be final. ALL decisions from tech are final. Competitors in track events, by entering said events, agree to abide by all official decisions. Every effort will be made to ensure that safety and fairness is extended to all participants and management reserves the right to amend any rules or regulations that would promote a better quality program or safer program.

As a result of this ruling, Christopher Bayhi, is suspended from entering any events, in any class, until December 31, 2014.

ALSO:

The No. 22G team that competes in the Vintage Class at Southern Raceway has been penalized as a result of a rules violation committed by that Teams Pit Crew after the Feature Event on June 21, 2014. 

The No. 22G car Pit Crew Members violated Sections 13 and 14 of the 2014 Official Southern Raceway General Rules as published.

13. No competitor shall subject any track official to abuse or improper language at any time. Any violations will be subject to fine or suspension. Drivers and car owners are responsible for their pit crew and family members actions. Any complaints must be presented to the pit steward, in a civil manner (preferably written) , who will confer with judge. Only driver is allowed to issue protest. If a driver cannot control his pit crew, he and his crew can and will be suspended from the track for any given period of time. NO ONE, under any circumstances, is allowed on the FLAGSTAND or SCORING TOWER or in its area – this will cost the driver a fine of $200 and/or suspension.

14. Any competitor, driver, owner, mechanic, etc. who takes part in demonstrations or fights on the track premises before, during or after the race shale be subject to fines of $100 minimum, loss of prize money and championship points and/or suspension.

As a result of actions by the crew after the Feature event The Driver of the 22G Team, Ricky Haugen, is suspended from entering any events, in any class, unitl August 10, 2014.

In accordance with an agreement reached earlier this year These Penalties will be enforced at the 3 Area Tracks, Southern Raceway, Flomaton Speedway, and NorthWest Florida Speedway.

This article posted by Southern Raceway. Click here for more track information.



06/25/2014 7:22 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for June 20-21
(from our complete results for 12 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 107
Total divisions - 10
Average per division - 10

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count tied for 2nd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 75
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 15

Desoto Speedway - Car Count tied for 2nd, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 75
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 9

Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 4th, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 71
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 10

North Florida Speedway - Car Count 5th, Cars per division tied for 8th

Total cars - 70
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 8

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 6th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 64
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

Southern Raceway - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 8th

Total cars - 49
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 8

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 47
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 12

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 9th, Cars per division tied for tied for 11th

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 5

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count tied for 10th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 45
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9

Orlando Speedworld - Car Count tied for 10th, Cars per division tied for 11th

Total cars - 45
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 5

Northwest Florida Speedway - Car Count 12th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 19
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 6

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for June 20-21 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 12 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 6 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



06/24/2014 6:58 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for June 13-14
(from our complete results for 7 Florida tracks)

North Florida Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 83
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

Five Flags Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 60
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 15

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 9
Average per division - 6

Desoto Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 48
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 39
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 7

Southern Raceway - Car count 6th, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 35
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 11

Bronson Speedway - Car Count 7th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 33
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 6

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for June 13-14 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 7 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 3 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



06/15/2014 5:11 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series

Top 15, after 6 events:

1. Austin Kirkpatrick 1670
2. Jason Fitzgerald 1630
3. Mark Whitener 1580
4. Darrell Padgett 1570
5. Carter Stokes 1410
6. Keith Nosbisch 1410
7. Joe Kump 1260
8. John Kellum 1250
9. Jack Nosbisch 1230
10. Tyler Ivey 920
11. Ivedent Lloyd 860
12. Adam Bedenbaugh 850
13. Devin Walker 850
14. Donnie Chappell 750
15. Kyle Bridges 720



06/09/2014 8:40 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for June 6-7
(from our complete results for 10 Florida tracks)

*Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 92
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 13

*Desoto Speedway - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 84
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 10

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 76
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 12

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 4th, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 73
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 18

*North Florida Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 71
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 11

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 6th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 67
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 9

*Auburndale Speedway - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 58
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 9

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division 9th

Total cars - 39
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 7

*Southern Raceway - Car count tied for 9th, Cars per division 8th

Total cars - 35
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 8

*Orlando Speedworld - Car Count 10th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 24
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 4

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for June 6-7 (as of this posting, All Finishing positions for All divisions that raced and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 10 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 7 tracks

3. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



06/09/2014 8:33 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   TBARA Winged Sprints

BIG NEWS from Citrus County Speedway

The TBARA Sprint Series just added 2 dates to our schedule. We will be at CCS on July 26th. Also, we will make series history as we go 'topless' on October 17th and race with the wings on October 18th !! Be sure to mark your calendars for this history making event. More details to come soon.



06/07/2014 9:05 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for May 31
(from our complete results for 6 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 84
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 10

Southern Raceway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 77
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 19

North Florida Speedway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 65
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 10

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 4th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 62
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 10

Desoto Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 55
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 9

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 6th, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 54
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 13


Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for May 31 (as of this posting, Finishing positions and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 6 tracks

2. Florida Dirt Track News - 3 tracks

3. Karnac - 2 tracks

4. Florida Flag Stand - 1 track



06/04/2014 8:53 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for May 23-24
(from our complete results for 8 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 105
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 15

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 2nd, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 90
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 15

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 64
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

Desoto Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 7th

Total cars - 58
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 9

Southern Raceway - Car count tied for 5th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

Bubba Raceway Park - Car count tied for 5th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

Five Flags Speedway - Car Count 7th, Cars per division tied for 3rd

Total cars - 56
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 8th, Cars per division 8th

Total cars - 37
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 6

Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for May 23-24 (as of this posting, Finishing positions and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 8 tracks

2. Karnac - 0 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 0 tracks

2. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks 



05/26/2014 12:27 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for May 16-17
(from our complete results for 10 Florida tracks)

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 1st, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 73
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 14

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 2nd, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 67
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 16

*Auburndale Speedway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 65
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 8

*Southern Raceway - Car count 4th, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 64
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 16

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 5th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 53
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 10

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count tied for 6th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 13

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count tied for 6th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

*North Florida Speedway - Car Count 8th, Cars per division 9th

Total cars - 44
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 7

*Northwest Florida Speedway - Car Count 9th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 32
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 10

*Bronson Speedway - Car Count 10th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 26
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 5


Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for May 16-17 (as of this posting, Finishing positions and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 10 tracks

2. Karnac - 1 track

2. Florida Flag Stand - 1 track

4. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks

Crash and bash events are not counted/Street Stock and Mini Stock Figure 8's are not counted when they have regular races the same night as this would make double counts for most of the same cars.



05/20/2014 6:12 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for May 9-10
(from our complete results for 12 Florida tracks)

Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 1st, Cars per division tied for tied for 1st

Total cars - 82
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

Showtime Speedway - Car count tied for 2nd, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 81
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

North Florida Speedway - Car Count tied for 2nd, Cars per division tied for 1st

Total cars - 81
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 80
Total divisions - 9
Average per division - 8

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count tied for 5th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 74
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 14

Desoto Speedway - Car count tied for 5th, Cars per division tied for 6th

Total cars - 74
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 12

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 7th, Cars per division 5th

Total cars - 55
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 13

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 10

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 9th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 50
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 10

Five Flags Speedway - Car count 10th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 41
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 10

Orlando Speedworld - Car count 11th, Cars per division 11th

Total cars - 38
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 7

Bronson Speedway - Car Count 12th, Cars per division 12th

Total cars - 27
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 4


Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for May 9-10 (as of this posting, All finishing positions and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 12 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 4 tracks

3. Karnac - 3 tracks

4. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks

Crash and bash events are not counted/Street Stock and Mini Stock Figure 8's are not counted when they have regular races the same night as this would make double counts for most of the same cars.



05/14/2014 6:35 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Southern Pro-Am Truck Series (SPATS)

JR Garcia Dominates Pro Truck Race at Bronson Speedway

JR Garcia Dominates Pro Truck Race at Bronson Speedway/Robert Korson Photography

Bronson Speedway, May 10, 2014: Bronson Speedway’s track announcer said it best, “race fans, get ready to see the state’s best Pro Truck drivers…” OK, so not all were there, but four of the state’s best Pro Truck drivers in JR Garcia, Mica Williams, Jessica Murphy and Steven King where there to show their support for the Series and Bronson’s local oval race track. The Pro Truck Series considers Bronson’s three-eighths-mile, high-bank asphalt oval track to be a hidden gem, and it is apparent that this small town race track is making every effort to support their drivers and traveling series. Many of Saturday night’s drivers share the same opinion in that the track is fun to race on and more drivers should make the trip to show their support. Although the Pro Truck count was less than expected, the track and Series still delivered on the guaranteed payout while giving the teams a break on the number of race laps.

This was the second race of the newly formed Southern Pro Am Truck Series, and no one could be happier than Pro Truck driver JR Garcia. Garcia, of the number 13 Pro Truck sponsored by Ambassador Racing, started the night by driving the fastest qualifying time with a 14.844 lap time. Mica Williams, the previous feature race winner, and Jessica Murphy also ran impressive qualifying times that were .018 behind. The Pro Truck race was one of the highlights of the night as local race fans were able to experience the Series’ Pro Trucks which share many characteristics of NASCAR’s Camping World Truck Series.

JR Garcia, who is one of Florida’s most experienced Pro Truck drivers and has a full time job teaching kids and adults how to race, won the 35 lap feature race in convincing fashion. Garcia started on the pole and led each lap from start to finish. Garcia did received some pressure from Series point’s leader Mica Williams, who finished second in the number 84 Racecar Engineering sponsored Pro Truck.

In the post-race interview, we learned that Garcia and his family own and operate Ambassador Racing, a kart racing oval track in Wimauma, Florida. The tack holds state and national kart racing events, offers driving instruction for racing vehicles from go-karts to Pro Trucks, provides open racing every Tuesday and Friday night, and they provide a weekly racing summer camp for kids ages 5 and up. The summer camp uses the S.T.E.M. program to teach kids how racing uses science, technology, engineering and math. The racing summer camp is a great way to provide your child with real world life skills while having fun racing.

The Southern Pro Am Truck Series’ next Pro Truck race event is scheduled for May 31, 2014 at Bronson Speedway. For more information or to reserve a Pro Truck to race, please visit SouthernProTrucks.com.



05/14/2014 5:18 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for May 2-3
(only 2 tracks weren't rained out)

*Showtime Speedway - Car Count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 100
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 12

*Bronson Speedway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 37
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 6


Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for May 2-3 (as of this posting, All finishing positions and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 2 tracks

2. Karnac - 0 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 0 tracks

2. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks

Crash and bash events are not counted/Street Stock and Mini Stock Figure 8's are not counted when they have regular races the same night as this would make double counts for most of the same cars.



05/04/2014 5:52 PM


Florida_Cr
Re :   Bubba Raceway Park

Karnac.com owner Scott McAllister named new General Manager
of Bubba Raceway Park

Bubba Raceway Park is happy to introduce Scott McAllister as the the new General Manager at BRP!!! Scott comes from Racecar Engineering with many years of racing experience.

"This is a position that I thought I could only dream about having an opportunity to do and I jumped at the chance to be part of history at Florida's oldest dirt track" said Scott "I've been to hundreds of tracks and thousands of events, and I plan on using that experience to build on the success that Bubba and his staff have already begun. Bubba Raceway Park has a proud history of providing some of the best racing entertainment in the region. I look forward to not only carrying on that tradition, but to make improvements that will make the facility one of the premier dirt tracks in the country for both race participants and fans alike!!!!"

Lisa Mamph will be staying on board to work with Scott in providing the best racing experience not only in Florida but across the country. So please join us in welcoming Scott McAllister to the team at Bubba Raceway Park!!!!!!!



05/04/2014 10:10 AM


Lawn_Boy
Re :   Florida United Promoters Series

FUPS cancels remaining races for 2014

The Florida United Promoters Series announced today that they will suspend the balance of events for 2014. The series has struggled to land races at other tracks in Florida other than Auburndale Speedway for the last two years. It saddens and disappoints me to see the series has not grown as I had envisioned with the support of Florida’s tracks to join in hosting FUPS events, stated series director Rick Williams. We really tried to make this a series that the racers could be proud to support and be successful but unfortunately it just didn’t happen.

We would like to thank everyone from the competitors, sponsors, media associates, track owners, and most of all the fans that supported FUPS for the last three years. A huge thank you to Hoosier Racing Tires, Sunoco Race Fuels, Progressive Race Engines, Finish Line Fabrication, & Racecar Engineering for their support from the start.

Scofield vs. Dorer Feud Ends with Disqualifications and the End of a Series
On Track and Off-Track Problems Leads to FUPS Closing Doors

from Speed51.com

Steve Dorer said that Florida United Promoters Race Director Rick Williams is a friend, but he will never race for him again.  Williams essentially assured that would happen Tuesday, as he announced that the FUPS Super Late Model tour had ceased operations following Saturday's event at Auburndale Speedway in Winter Haven, Florida.

This comes after one of the strangest set of events in recent short track racing memory.  Williams was the race director calling the shots in the Billie Harvey Memorial 100 at Auburndale Saturday, an event that saw mass confusion, poor sportsmanship, rough driving and some bizarre calls that left fingers pointing in every direction.

The 100-lap race was already more than two hours old after being littered with cautions, spins and drivers being sent to the tail end of the field.  The key players in this story didn't meet met up on the racetrack until lap 89, when former FUPS champion Steve Dorer battled with race leader Jeff Scofield, who has had lots of previous success at the Super Late Model level in Florida. 

Perhaps the worst thing that could have happened was that these two drivers, who already had a history, were left to settle things on what already had been a crazy night.

With three laps to go in the 100-lap feature, Dorer used the bumper to get under Scofield.  The next corner, Dorer got the front end of Scofield's car.  As a result of the contact, Dorer went around for a spin and both cars were sent to the back by Williams, or at least that was the plan. 

Dorer didn't like the call.  When Speed51.com caught up with Dorer Tuesday, he stated that in the drivers meeting Saturday, Williams told drivers that if a driver was spun, he would get his spot back.  Dorer refused to give up his spot and set off a 15-minute chase to remove him from the racetrack, which involved golf carts and wreckers to block his path.

"I did what we had asked the official (in the drivers meeting).  I moved him into the second groove and I went to the lead," stated Dorer in a phone interview on Tuesday.  "He did exactly what he talked about in the meeting in retaliation."

Earlier in the day, Dorer and Scofield had gotten into a disagreement during the drivers meeting that left both drivers with boiling blood.  

"It all started in the drivers meeting," said Dorer.  "We were talking about safety and rough driving on the race track.  Jeff spoke up and said. 'What do you call rough driving?  We are on a quarter mile, what if I go in there and move a guy?'"

This started a debate that turned heated in the eyes of some as drivers tried to clarify the rules.

"I brought it up because two years ago I moved Steve Dorer with three to go," Scofield told Speed51.com Tuesday.  "We went side-by-side in four and into turn one.  After that race I got out in victory lane as the winner with the flag and they told me I was DQ'ed.  I had not been back since then." 

According to Dorer, Williams said that if a driver wrecks a driver who did a bump-and-run, then they will be sent to the rear and the spun car would get its spot back.  This is where the confusion started after Dorer had been spun out of the lead. 

"The crowd was going nuts as they sent both of us to the rear," said Dorer.  "We had all had enough.  I was like no, I played by your rules, I moved him into the second groove and now you want to go back on your word.  I didn't want to move him at all and now I got wrecked and I am going to the rear?"

Dorer refused to go to the rear of the field and refused to leave the track which then led to Williams calling an end to the race three laps short of its scheduled 100-lap distance.  After all the shenanigans between Dorer and Scofield, Jessica Murphy found herself in the lead and was sent to victory lane when the race was called off at lap 97.   Dorer was eventually disqualified for his actions.

As Murphy took her car that was damaged to victory lane, officials changed their decision and ordered a restart to finish the race.  Murphy's car was not able to continue, but the race went on for its final three laps even after she had been initially declared its winner.

"He (Dorer) drove around the track and drove in circles," said Scofield.  "It took them 15 minutes to block him and get him off the track.  I figured we were done and I got out of my car only to find out we would finish the final three laps."
 
According to several reports, Williams left the tower stating the race was over.  Rex Guy, who owns and operates Auburndale Speedway, was not ready for the fans to go home without seeing the end of the race's 100-lap scheduled distance. 

The race was restarted only to see more craziness and to see Scofield getting disqualified on the final lap for spinning Brandon Dushcherer.

"I'll take partial blame for the wreck at the end," added Scofield. "I told that to him (Brandon Dushcherer) too, but that's racing at Auburndale."

Scofield actually got into Duscherer twice during the closing laps and was disqualified for his second offense.  Scofield was the third driver to be parked that night as David Green was also penalized early in the race.
Some reports claimed that Scofield almost hit an official on the track after the race, which was a surprise to even him.

"When I came around to get the checkered flag I got the black flag," said Scofield.  "At that point I got pissed off and stood on the gas and went sideway through the corners.  When I came off two there was a car on the track and a car in the X.  If I did drive by an official I was totally unaware of it.  There was never anybody that I saw.  I am pretty good at my targets.  If I aim at something I am going to hit it."
 
After the conclusion of the 100-lap race, the finger pointing began.

"The director had no control," said Dorer.  "There had been no policing up front all night and that was a key problem with the series."

Dorer has worked closely with the series and was seeking to help them succeed, but he cited recent events such as this one as the reason for a dwindling car count and lack of control from the series.

"Rex and Rick argued about the last three laps, I am not sure," added Scofield.  "The series was pretty much done anyways.  As for me and Dorer, that thing goes way back.  He's just a moron to me.  That's my opinion."

Scofield says he won't be back to Auburndale.

As a result of the on-track incident, Dorer chimed in with his opinion of Scofield as well. 

"Jeff Scofield is a talented driver, but he chooses to not use his ability on level playing field at times," said Dorer.  "I think he puts a black eye on racing in Florida."

Lost in all the shuffle was Bruce Bennett, who was left holding the checkered flag at the end of the night in a race that was not deemed official until Monday. 

"I am very disappointed," said Williams on Tuesday.  "Disappointed drivers can't act more professional?  I am not sure if it's egos or what.  They all get into this mindset you are not going to beat me.  Perhaps I should have sent both of them home after the drivers meeting, but they are grown men."

It was a strange way for a series to go out, but Williams offered some final words for the future.

"Communication is the key to a series surviving in Florida," added Williams. “Track owners need to work together to let their egos aside to keep everyone in the mix.  Success will not come without teamwork."

Dorer gave insight as to what is needed, but understands it's a hard job.

"It's easy to say I can do it when it comes to running a series," added Dorer.  “Bottom line is, it's not easy at all."

Rex Guy has told Speed51.com that even with the series folding Auburndale Speedway would still run the scheduled Late Model events this season at the Winter Haven, Florida track.


04/29/2014 6:01 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for April 25-26
(from our complete results for 10 Florida tracks)

*North Florida Speedway - Car Count 1st, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 94
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 11

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 84
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 81
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 20

*Auburndale Speedway - Car count 4th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 78
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 11

*Southern Raceway - Car count 5th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 60
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*Five Flags Speedway - Car count 6th, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 59
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

*Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 56
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 47
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 11

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 9th, Cars per division 9th

Total cars - 43
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 8

*Orlando Speedworld - Car count 10th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 31
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 5


Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for April 25-26 (as of this posting, All finishing positions and not just the story)

1. Florida Racing - 10 tracks

2. Karnac - 4 tracks

3. Florida Flag Stand - 2 tracks

4. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks

Crash and bash events are not counted/Street Stock and Mini Stock Figure 8's are not counted when they have regular races the same night as this would make double counts for most of the same cars.



04/29/2014 11:39 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   TBARA suspends Aguilar

Joey Aguilar Suspended by TBARA for Remainder of 2014 Season

 By Richard Golardi

 The Tampa Bay Area Racing Association has confirmed that they have suspended Joey Aguilar, the current point leader and winner of all 3 feature races this year. Aguilar’s suspension is for the remainder of the 2014 season, and is effective immediately. He is being suspended because of unsportsmanlike conduct in the Winners Circle ceremonies in the last race at Orlando Speedworld on Saturday, April 19th. Aguilar was one of two drivers that were placed on a five race probation after the prior TBARA race at Desoto Speedway on March 22nd.

The two drivers that were penalized with a fine and five race probation after the March race at Desoto were Aguilar and Shane Butler. I was told that Shane Butler’s status with the club remains the same, meaning that he still has four races remaining on his five race probation. After these two drivers finished in first and second place at Orlando Speedworld in last Saturday’s race, both were required to stop on the front straight of the track. This is reportedly where the incidents happened. A TBARA official told me that there were some taunts and gestures by Joey himself and also one or more members of his crew. Shane Butler and crew were also stopped on the front straight. The club determined that these actions were unsportsmanlike, and decided that a suspension was warranted.

After the prior race at Desoto Speedway, a small number of race fans had expressed their displeasure at what they saw and heard coming from the Winners Circle, specifically referring to harsh language. If this same scenario were to occur again at another race, it could be embarrassing for the TBARA. They are known as a club who pride themselves for being a family-oriented entertainment option. Many TBARA tracks even have a “Family Section” in the grandstands (no alcohol seating section). This dedication to serve as a family entertainment option meant that TBARA would have to act swiftly after this latest incident.

I was also told that the TBARA would no longer require that the top three finishers stop on the front straight after the race. Only the feature race winner would now be required to stop on the front straight, and the second and third place finishers would proceed directly to the inspection area (in the pits). This is in contrast to the other sprint car series in Florida, at Citrus County Speedway. Citrus has been requiring the top five finishers to stop on the front straight for durometer measurements of their tires immediately after the race is completed (they have an “inspection shed” for further post-race inspections, next to the pit area).

In addition, TBARA would begin doing durometer measurements of the American Racer tires starting at the next race in May at New Smyrna Speedway. A durometer is a device that measures of the hardness of a material. These would be done as part of the post-race inspection. One of the reasons for this change (TBARA has not done post-race durometer measurements previously) was that this was a procedure currently being done in other sprint car series using American Racer tires. These other series were the Citrus County Speedway Sprints and the Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series.

This effectively leaves no favorite for the TBARA championship this year, even though Shane Butler has finished in second place in all three series races behind Aguilar. Earlier this month, I did ask Butler if he was committed to running all of the remaining 2014 TBARA races. He replied that his only decision was to run the next race (4/19 at Orlando), and he was also preparing for an entry in the Little 500 at Anderson Speedway in May. He had not yet decided about the remainder of the 2014 TBARA season. After the cancellation of this weekend’s race at Three Palms Speedway (fences and grandstands not installed), there are now ten TBARA races remaining, if Three Palms completes construction by 10/31. Citrus County Speedway still has seven non-wing sprint car races remaining, and will host the TBARA again in October for the Frank Riddle Memorial.

I have also learned that the TBARA rules do not have a set suspension period listed if a driver on probation commits an unsportsmanlike act. It is possible that a driver could be suspended for one race, or several races, or for an entire racing season, depending on the severity of the rules violation, or on the conduct of the driver. The racing club officials made the decision that the act committed while on probation was severe enough to warrant a season-long suspension, as I was told by a series official today.

I spoke to Joey Aguilar today by telephone, and he informed me that upon getting out of his car in the Winners Circle at Orlando on Saturday night, he went down into a squatting position, and then while pumping his fist yelled, “five in a row, baby!” Joey told me that he did not make any taunting gestures or statements toward Shane Butler, or toward any official. He feels that the suspension penalty is not fair, and he believes that it should be overturned. He is certain that his actions could not be construed to be unsportsmanlike. In addition, he stated that he does wish to race in the remaining TBARA races this year, if and when the suspension is overturned. He still has a goal of winning the TBARA championship this year. I have no further information on if a protest will be made by his team, but Joey does wish to protest the suspension.

The next upcoming pavement sprint car races in Florida are during the month of May. First up is the monthly visit to Citrus County Speedway on May 3rd for non-wing sprint car racing. Then, the aforementioned TBARA race at New Smyrna Speedway on May 10th, followed by Showtime Speedway’s winged sprint car racing on May 31st. Sandwiched between these last two events is the Little 500 in Central Indiana on May 24th, its traditional date on the night before the Indianapolis 500. Several Floridians are making plans to make the trip north to Anderson, Indiana next month. It looks likely that there will be in excess of four drivers from Florida, which was the Florida driver total for the past two years.



04/24/2014 6:46 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for April 19
(from our complete results for 8 Florida tracks)

Showtime Speedway - Car Count 1st, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 105
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 13

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 80
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 76
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 10

Desoto Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 70
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 10

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 5th, Cars per division tied for 2nd

Total cars - 66
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 13

Orlando Speedworld - Car count 6th, Cars per division 8th

Total cars - 52
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 6

Southern Raceway - Car count 7th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 47
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 11

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 8th, Cars per division 7th

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9


Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for April 19 (as of this posting, All finishing positions)

1. Florida Racing - 8 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 3 tracks

2. Karnac - 3 tracks

2. Florida Dirt Track News - 3 tracks

Crash and bash events are not counted/Street Stock and Mini Stock Figure 8's are not counted when they have regular races the same night as this would make double counts for most of the same cars.



04/22/2014 6:38 AM


Florida_Cr
Re :   East Bay Raceway Park

ATTENTION ALL MINOR DRIVERS. PLEASE READ VERY CAREFULLY
SAFETY ADDENDUM FOR ALL MINOR DRIVERS

Due to the alarming incidents that have happened at neighboring race tracks in the state of Florida, East Bay Raceway Park is taking a pro-active move to help cut down on the type injuries that have been happening to our younger racers. All drivers ages 14-17 will be required to have an SFI-38.1 approved head and neck restraint system in place and fully operational at all times that they are on the racing surface at EAST BAY RACEWAY PARK. This will be mandatory for all racers under the age of 18. It is not mandatory for anyone 18 or above, but it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for them as well. Insurance may force us to go to a full mandatory for every driver status if these injuries continue.
 
East Bay Raceway Park has gone to all three of the area suppliers and tried to set up a better price for all of the units that meet this SFI-38.1 standard.

Hot Rodgers Racing Supply @ 813/882-3227
Outlaw South Racing Parts @ 813/526-3521
Racecar Engineering @ 1-800/882-7231

If you mention that you are racing at East Bay Raceway Park, they have all agreed to give you a little bit better pricing in the next couple of months to help everyone get them. Ask for the East Bay Raceway Park Safety pricing.

We realize that these items are very expensive and that is why we have reached out to the area parts suppliers to try to help get you a better deal on them. We hope that you understand that it is your safety that we are most concerned about. There has just been too many injuries and fatalities to not try to make it safer for all involved. We also realize that this is not the total answer as there are a number of risks that are involved in this sport and we are committed to addressing all safety related issues to make it safer for all involved.

To help all minors to afford these items, we at East Bay Raceway Park will offer an incentive to each of you. If you get the SFI 38.1 approved device, then register with us here at the track. We will offer a $5.00 bonus incentive for up to 20 weeks. You have to be registered and we will check each race to make sure that it is being worn properly. If so, then we will give an extra $5.00 added to your pay each night for up to 20 events. This will basically give you a rebate of $100 towards your purchase.

This will be mandatory for all minors effective June 7, 2014.



04/17/2014 4:30 PM


Lawn_Boy
Re :   Joey Coulter Florida Pro-Truck Series

 

Revised Joey Coulter Fellows Truck Brokers Pro-Truck Series schedule


 With the Three Palms Track not looking to able to open anytime soon, Joey and I have had to prepare so we can maintain our 15 race schedule. I tried to use the same dates as best I could. We only needed to move the June 14th Date back a week to June 7th to make this work. Thanks



04/17/2014 5:27 AM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for April 11-12
(from our complete results for 13 Florida tracks)

*North Florida Speedway - Car count tied for 1st, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 90
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 12

*Southern Raceway - Car count 2nd, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 86
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 14

*Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 6th

Total cars - 70
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 11

*Showtime Speedway - Car Count 4th, Cars per division tied for 4th

Total cars - 63
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

*East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 5th, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 60
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 20

*Five Flags Speedway - Car count 6th, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 50
Total divisions - 3
Average per division - 16

*New Smyrna Speedway - Car count 7th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 48
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9

*Desoto Speedway - Car Count 8th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 47
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9

*Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 9th, Cars per division tied for 7th

Total cars - 45
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 9

*Hendry County Speedway - Car count 10th, Cars per division 10th

Total cars - 36
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 7

*Bronson Speedway - Car count 11th, Cars per division 12th

Total cars - 34
Total divisions - 8
Average per division - 4

*Orlando Speedworld - Car count 12th, Cars per division 11th

Total cars - 33
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 5


Website COMPLETE RESULTS counts for April 11-12 (as of this posting, All finishing positions including drivers names)

1. Florida Racing - 13 tracks

2. Florida Flag Stand - 4 tracks

3. Karnac - 3 tracks

4. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks

Crash and bash events are not counted/Street Stock and Mini Stock Figure 8's are not counted when they have regular races the same night as this would make double counts for most of the same cars.



04/14/2014 4:32 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for April 4-5
(from our complete results for 13 Florida short tracks)

Bubba Raceway Park - Car count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 108
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 18

Desoto Speedway - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division tied for 11th

Total cars - 87
Total divisions - 12
Average per division - 7

Volusia Speedway Park - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 84
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 16

Auburndale Speedway - Car count 4th, Cars per division 4th

Total cars - 74
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 12

Showtime Speedway - Car Count 5th, Cars per division 7th

Total cars - 65
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 10

Citrus County Speedway - Car Count 6th, Cars per division tied for 9th

Total cars - 62
Total divisions - 7
Average per division - 8

North Florida Speedway - Car count tied for 7th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

New Smyrna Speedway - Car count tied for 7th, Cars per division tied for 5th

Total cars - 57
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 11

East Bay Raceway Park - Car count 9th, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 56
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 14

Hendry County Speedway - Car count 10th, Cars per division tied for 9th

Total cars - 49
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8

Orlando Speedworld - Car count 11th, Cars per division tied for 11th

Total cars - 46
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 7

Northwest Florida Speedway - Car count 12th, Cars per division 8th

Total cars - 39
Total divisions - 4
Average per division - 9

Bronson Speedway - Car count 13th, Cars per division 13th

Total cars - 25
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 4


Website results counts for April 4-5

1. Florida Racing - 13 tracks

2. Florida Flag stand - 8 tracks

3. Karnac - 7 tracks

4. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks



04/09/2014 7:18 PM


Racetrack_
Re :   Weekly Car Counts



Car Counts for March 29-30
(from our complete results for 3 Florida short tracks found nowhere else)

Five Flags Speedway - Car count 1st, Cars per division 1st

Total cars - 64
Total divisions - 5
Average per division - 12

Showtime Speedway - Car Count 2nd, Cars per division 2nd

Total cars - 63
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 10

Southern Raceway - Car count 3rd, Cars per division 3rd

Total cars - 49
Total divisions - 6
Average per division - 8


Website results counts for March 29-30

1. Florida Racing - 3 tracks

2. Karnac - 0 tracks

3. Florida Dirt Track News - 0 tracks

4. Florida Flag stand - 0 tracks



03/31/2014 7:58 AM

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