May 212012
 

The Georgia-Florida Maxxis Dirt Series will present race one of the Summer Dirt Series on June first through second, 2012. This event will take place at Callahan Speedway in Callahan, Florida.

The schedule for this weekend of racing is as follows:

Friday, June First:

  • Gates will open at five o’clock pm.
  • Practice will take place from six o’clock until seven-thirty pm.
  • Parking will take place from five o’clock until ten o’clock pm.

Friday Night Money Races:

  • EL Box Stock Light
  • EL Purple Plate Box Stock
  • EL Box Stock Heavy

These go kart money races will each pay two hundred dollars to the winners. Second place will pay one hundred dollars, and third place will pay fifty dollars. The entry fees for these races will be thirty dollars per entry. There is a twelve kart minimum for these races.

Saturday June Second:

  • Gates will open at seven o’clock am.
  • The drivers’ meeting will take place at nine-twenty am.
  • Practice will begin ten o’clock am.

Saturday go kart money races:

  • Pro EL Box Stock Heavy will run a thirty lap feature. The winner of this go kart money race will receive $1000. Second place will pay two hundred dollars, third place will pay one hundred dollars, fourth place will pay eighty dollars, and fifth place will pay seventy dollars. The entry fee for this event is sixty-five dollars. The payout for this race is guaranteed. This is a non-points race. In order to compete in this race, you must also compete in a point class.
  • Pro Open Box Stock Heavy will compete with a big pipe, open clutch, and Billet flywheel. This will be a twenty lap feature race. The winner of this money race will take home five hundred dollars. Second place will pay one hundred fifty dollars, third will receive seventy-five dollars, fourth will receive fifty dollars, and fifth will be paid forty dollars. The entry fee for this event is fifty-five dollars. There is a fifteen kart minimum for this go kart money race. This is a non-points race. In order to compete in this race, you must also compete in a point class.
  • The Pro EL Purple Plate Box Stock Heavy, Pro EL Junior Unrestricted Box Stock, and Pro EL Super Heavy Box Stock classes  will pay three hundred dollars to the winner in each class. Second place will receive eighty dollars, third will pay sixty dollars, fourth will pay forty dollars, and the fifth place finisher will be paid thirty dollars. There is a seventeen kart minimum for each of these classes. This is a non-points race. In order to compete in these races, you must also compete in a point class.

The following point classes will compete:

  • Green Beginner Rookie (Green Plate)
  • Junior 1 EL Green Box Stock (Green Plate)
  • Junior 2 EL Purple Box Stock (Purple Plate)
  • Open Maxxis Purple Box Stock
  • Open Maxxis Junior Unrestricted Box Stock (Big Pipe, Open Clutch, Billet Flywheel)
  • EL Junior Unrestricted Box Stock
  • EL Box Stock Lite
  • EL Box Stock Medium
  • EL Box Stock Heavy
  • EL Box Stock Super Heavy
  • EL Box Stock Senior
  • Open Maxxis Box Stock Heavy (Big Pipe, Open Clutch, Billet Flywheel)
  • Predator 375 (Harbor Freight Predator Motor)
  • Builder Prepared Heavy (BSP Engine with Big Pipe, Open Clutch and Billet Flywheel can run this class also)
  • Senior Champ Heavy (Animal, Builder Prepared, or Box Stock With Big Pipe, Billet Flywheel and Open Clutch)

There is a thirty-five dollar entry fee for all point classes.

Championship rings will be awarded to Class Champions at the end of the season. Any triple crown winners will be awarded a box stock motor. The top five will also receive plaques. You must compete in three of four races to be eligible for year end awards.

The gate fee is fifteen dollars. Children six and under will be admitted free. Reserved parking is twenty dollars per spot. Call Brian at (912) 294-4192.

 

Mar 042012
 

Laurens County Speedway will be the site of the 2012 Fain McClintic Memorial Race. The race is scheduled for April 27-28, 2012. On Friday, April 27, the gates will open at 5:00 pm. Parking and practice will take place until 10:00 pm. The practice fee is $10 per go kart.

On Saturday, April 28, the gates will open at 7:00 am. The driver’s meeting will take place at 9:00 am sharp, followed by practice from 9:30 am until 12:30 pm. Qualifying will begin at 1:30 pm. Saturday’s gate fee will be $10 per person. Reserved parking is available for $10 per spot.

Here are the class and payout structures for this go kart racing event. Please note that all payouts are guaranteed.

The BSP Purple Plate class will compete with a minimum weight of 265 pounds. The age range for this class is eight through eleven. There is a $25 entry fee for this race. The transponder fee is included in the entry fee.

  • The winner will be paid $200.
  • Second place will receive $100.
  • Third place will pay $50.
  • Fourth place gets $50.
  • Fifth place will also receive $50.

The BSP Pro Purple Plate class will also compete with a minimum weight of 265 pounds and age limited to those from eight through eleven years. The entry fee for this race is $35 and does include transponder fee.

  • First place in this race will pay $300.
  • Second place will pay $200.
  • Third place will pay $100.
  • Fourth place will pay $50.
  • Fifth place will also pay $50.

The BSP Blue Plate class will compete with a minimum weight of 300 pounds. The age limits for this class will be ages twelve through fourteen. The entry fee for this race is $25 including transponder fee.

  • The winner of this go kart race will be paid $200.
  • Second place will receive $100.
  • Third place will pay $50.
  • Fourth place pays $50.
  • Fifth place will also receive $50.

The BSP Pro Blue Plate class will also compete with a minimum weight of 265 pounds. The age range for this class is twelve through fourteen years. The entry fee for this race is $35 and does include transponder fee.

  • First place in this race will pay $300.
  • Second place will pay $200.
  • Third place will pay $100.
  • Fourth place will pay $50.
  • Fifth place will also pay $50.

The BSP Stock Medium division will compete at a minimum weight of 350 pounds. The BSP Stock Heavy at 375 pounds. The entry fee for these to go kart classes is $35 each, including transponder fee.

  • First place will pay $300.
  • Second place will pay $200.
  • Third place will receive $100.
  • Fourth place will pay $50.
  • Fifth will also pay $50.

The BSP Pro Heavy class will compete with a minimum weight of 375 pounds. The entry fee for this class is $55 including transponder fee.

  • The BSP Pro Heavy feature winner will receive $1000.
  • Second place will receive $500.
  • Third place will pay $250.
  • Fourth place will receive $150.
  • Fifth place will pay $100.

The Limited Modified division will also run. The minimum weight for this class is 350 pounds. There is a $45 entry fee which includes transponder fee.

  • The Limited Modified feature winner will receive $500.
  • Second place will receive $250.
  • Third place will pay $100.
  • Fourth place will receive $50.
  • Fifth place will pay $50.

The Black Sealed Motor class will compete at a minimum weight of 375 pounds. There is a $45 entry fee for this race, including transponder fee.

  • First place will be paid $500.
  • Second will receive $250.
  • Third place will take home $100.
  • Fourth place pays out $50.
  • Fifth place also pays $50.

Blue and Black Motor classes will combine with a minimum weight of 375 pounds. The entry fee is $45 including transponder fee.

  • First place will receive a new black sealed motor and $300.
  • Second place pays $150.
  • Third place will receive $75.
  • Fourth place will pay $50.
  • Fifth place also pays $50.

All classes except Limited Modified will compete on Maxxis EL tires. There is no tire rule in the Limitied Modified division. All box stock go karts will run a sixteen tooght shoe style clutch by rule. There is no rear gear rule.

Maxxis EL tires will be inspected after qualifying and feature race. If you are caught running recap tires you will be disqualified. Fuel will also be tested so be sure to run fresh gasoline. Old gasoline has a higher reading and cause you to be disqualified.

All Box Stock Project (BSP) classes must conform to current AKRA engine rules, including small pipe rule.

There will be a fifty/fifty raffle at this event. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Fain McClintic’s children. For sponsorship information please call Craig or Katy Smith at 478-244-4829 or 478-244-9278.

Mar 132011
 

Dawgwood Speedway, located in Chatsworth, Georgia, will host the first Southeastern Maxxis Dirt Series race of the 2011 season on March 26th.

There is a guaranteed purse in the Pro Animal class. Here is the payout structure for that class:

  1. First place will pay $1000.
  2. Second place will pay $400.
  3. Third place will pay $250.

There is a $75 entry fee for this race.

Pro Clones will also race with this payout structure:

  1. $500 to win
  2. $200 for second place
  3. $100 for third place

There is a 15-kart minimum in this race. The entry fee is $40.

All other classes will compete with the following payout structure:

  1. $200 to win
  2. Second place will pay $100.
  3. Third place will pay $50.

There is a 15-kart minimum in these classes, and a $25 entry fee.

Series sponsors will receive front row parking. There will be no other reserved parking available. If you would be interested in sponsoring the series, contact Rodney Byers at (678) 910-1989.

Here is the schedule for the 2011 Southeastern Maxxis Dirt Series:

March 26th – Dawgwood Speedway – Chatsworth, Georgia
April 23rd – Georgia Karting Komplex – Carnesville, Georgia
May 14th – Dawgwood Speedway – Chatsworth, Georgia
June 11th – Georgia Karting Komplex – Carnesville, Georgia

Feb 122011
 

Sims Promotions & Cross Roads Motorplex present the INOX Lubricant 100 Challenge, Friday, September 30 and Saturday, October 1, 2011.

Jasper, Florida will be a hotbed of go kart racing competition for this, the largest payout for a single class in go kart racing history. Here is the payout structure for this race:

  1. $25,000 to win

  2. $8000 for second

  3. $6000 for third

  4. $3500 for fourth

  5. $1800 for fifth
  6. $1050 for fifth
  7. $900 for seventh
  8. $800 for eighth
  9. $700 for ninth
  10. $600 for tenth
  11. $500 for eleventh
  12. $400 for twelfth
  13. $300 for thirteenth
  14. $250 for fourteenth
  15. $200 for fiftheenth

Sixteenth through twenty-third positions will receive one set of Maxxis tires each. Twenty-fourth through twenty-eighth positions will receive $150 each. The twenty-ninth through thirty-second finishers will be awarded $100 each.

Junior Sportsman 1 & 2 as well as Junior Stock will compete for $2000 to win in each class, guaranteed.

Racing will begin on Friday and continue on Saturday with the INOX 100 Challenge starting around 7:30 pm on Saturday.

For the INOX 100 Challenge, racers may compete using and 6.5 hp 196cc Box Stock clone engine that meets AKRA engine rules. The minimum weight for this race will be 375 pounds. You may use only shoe/drum clutch. Any gear combination is allowed. All competitors in the INOX 100 Challenge must run Maxxis Pink tires only. All other classes must run Maxxis Blues on the left and Pinks on the right.

All competitors in the INOX 10o Challenge will qualify for starting position. The top 10 qualifiers will be locked in for the main event. The next 64 qualifiers will will run consolation races. The top 10 finishers in each of 2 consolation races will advance to the feature race.

The following classes will compete on Friday, September 30:

  • Junior 1, 2, and 3 will race their feature events. These classes will run Box Stock Engines only.
  • Also running on Friday will be the Box Stock Super Heavy class at 400 pounds. This class must run the Maxxis EL tire.
  • The Builder Prepared Heavy class will run at 375 pounds. This class also requires the Maxxis EL tire.
  • The Flathead Heavy division and the Pro Box Stock division, running at 375 pounds will also compete on Friday.

The Pro Box Stock 375 pound feature will pay:

  1. $2500 for first
  2. $800 for second
  3. $500 for third
  4. $300 for fourth
  5. $200 for fifth
  6. $15o for sixth
  7. $100 for seventh
  8. $85 for eighth
  9. $75 for ninth
  10. $50 for tenth

There is an $85 entry fee for this race. Purse is guaranteed.

All other Friday features will have the following payout structure:

  1. $300 to win
  2. $200 for second
  3. $100 for third
  4. $75 for fourth
  5. $50 for fifth

The Pro Box Stock feature on Friday will be a 50 lap event paying back 10 places. The winner of this race will be guaranteed a provisional start in the INOX 100 Challenge feature on Saturday.

The following classes will compete on Saturday, October 1:

  • Junior 1, 2, and 3 will race their feature events. These classes will run Box Stock Engines only.
  • The INOX 100 Challenge will be 100 laps of Pro Box Stock Heavy racing. Go karts must weigh a minimum of 375 pounds for this race.
  • Builder Prepared Heavy will compete with a 375 pound weight rule.
  • Flathead Heavy also runs at 375 pounds.
  • The Rookie class will hit the track. This class is for 5-7 year old rookies. The minimum weight is 250 pounds, and karts must utilize the silver restrictor plate. This is a ‘trophy only’ class.

Saturday’s Junior Sportsman 1 feature race will have a minimum weight rule of 265 pounds. All competitors must be 8-10 years of age. All karts must use the purple restrictor plate.

The Junior Sportsman 2 division will run at 290 pounds and use a blue restrictor plate. All competitors will be between the ages of 10 and 12.

Junior Unrestricted drivers must be 12-15 years of age.

Here is the payout structure for these classes:

  1. $2000 to win
  2. $800 for second
  3. $500 for third
  4. $200 for fourth
  5. $500 for fifth

There is an $85 entry fee for these classes.

More class payout structures will be announced at a future date.

The pit pass for this event is $35. This pass covers both days. All reserved parking is $35 per spot. Pit passes are first come, first serve, and must be paid within one week of reservation. Call Wade Murphy for parking: 386-938-1228. Minors who race must present birth certificate.

Jan 312011
 

$3,100 in Guaranteed Payouts

Callahan Speedway in Callahan, Florida will host race number 5 in the Georgia/Florida Maxxis Series February 18-19, 2011.

Here is the schedule for this big racing event. Gates will open at 4:00 pm on Friday, February 18. Registration and practice will begin at 6:30 pm, followed by qualifying at 8:30 pm. There is a good lineup of racing events for Friday, including the Pro Box Stock Heavy class, Pro Flathead Heavy class, Pro Blue class, and Pro Junior Unrestricted class. These classes will pay:

  • $300 for first place
  • $250 for second
  • $125 for third
  • $75 for fourth
  • $35 for fifth.

The entry fee for these races will be $45 if paid at the track, or $35 if paid via pre-entry. There is a 20 kart minimum for these races.

If you wish to practice only on Friday night, the practice fee will be $10.

Saturday’s schedule begins early, with gates opening at 8:00 am and practice at 10:00 am. The big money races take place on Saturday.

The Pro Box Stock Heavy feature is a non-points event. You must run the points race for this class in order to be eligible to compete in the Pro race. There is a $2600 guaranteed total payout for this race.

  • $1500 to win
  • $550 for second
  • $250 for third
  • $175 for fourth
  • $125 for fifth

This will be a 30 lap feature race. The entry fee is $75 if paid at the track or $55 if paid by pre-entry.

The Box Stock Heavy class is a points paying class and has the following payout structure.

  • $250 for the winner
  • $125 for second place
  • $90 for third place
  • $75 for fourth place
  • $60 for fifth place

The entry fee for this class is $35 if paid at the track and $30 if paid by pre-entry. There is a 20 kart minimum in this class.

The Pro Blue Plate Heavy class is a non-points class. If you wish to run in this race, you must enter the point race for this division. There is a $500 total purse for this race, guaranteed. Here is the payout structure:

  • $250 to win
  • $100 for second place
  • $70 for third place
  • $50 for fourth place
  • $30 for fifth place

The entry fee for this race is just $10.

Next on the list are the Pro Flathead Heavy and Pro Gold Heavy classes. Like the Pro Blue Plate class, this is a non-points class, and racers must enter the points races for these divisions to be eligible to compete in these Pro races. The total purse for this race is $500.

  • $250 to win
  • $100 for second place
  • $70 for third place
  • $50 for fourth place
  • $30 for fifth place

The entry fee for this race will be $35 if paid at the track and $30 if paid by pre-entry. There is a 13 kart minimum in this race.

All point races carry a $35 at track entry fee, or a $30 pre-entry fee. The top 3 finishers will receive award medallions. The following classes will compete:

  • Beginner Purple Plate, 245 pounds, flathead or BSP
  • Purple Plate A – 265 pounds, flathead only
  • Purple Plate B – 265 pounds, flathead only
  • Blue Plate A – 290 pounds, flathead only
  • Blue Plate B – 290 pounds, flathead only
  • Gold Plate A – mixed flathead at 290 pounds, animal at 320 pounds
  • Gold Plate B – mixed flathead at 290 pounds, animal at 320 pounds
  • Junior Unrestricted – 320 pounds, flathead or BSP
  • Junior Box Stock 1 – 265 pounds, Purple Plate BSP
  • Junior Box Stock 2 – 290 pounds, Blue Plate BSP
  • Flathead Medium, 350 pounds
  • Flathead Heavy, 375 pounds
  • Flathead Super Heavy, 400 pounds
  • Builder Prepared Heavy, 375 pounds
  • Box Stock Light, 325 pounds
  • Box Stock Medium, 350 pounds
  • Box Stock Heavy, 375 pounds
  • Box Stock Super Heavy, 400 pounds
  • Pro Flathead, 375 pounds
  • Pro Box Stock, 375 pounds
  • Pro Blue, 290 pounds, flathead and box stock
  • Pro Gold (12-15 years old) – Animal, 320 pounds, .505 inch plate; flathead, 290 pounds, .575 inch plate; BSP, 290 pounds, no plate

There will be a $5 insurance fee.

The rain date for this event is Sunday, February 20.

Jan 272011
 

Dumplin Valley Raceway will host a Clone Shootout money race on March 19th, 2011. Here is the lineup for this go kart race:

  • Box Stock Clone Medium will compete at 350 pounds. This class will race for a $300 purse with a $40 entry fee.
  • Box Stock Clone Heavy will run for a $500 purse. The minimum weight for this class is 375 pounds. Entry fee is $50. First place will pay $250. Second place pays $100. Third pays $75. Fourth pays $50, and the fifth place finisher will receive $40.
  • Builder Prepared Clone Medium will compete with a minimum weight of 350 pounds. This feature will pay a $300 purse with a $40 entry fee.
  • Builder Prepared Heavy will compete at 375 pounds. This feature will pay a $500 purse and carries a $50 entry fee. First place will pay $250. Second place pays $100. Third pays $75. Fourth pays $50, and the fifth place finisher will receive $40.
  • Junior Box Stock Clone competes at 320 pounds. This race pays $100 to win. Second place will receive $50, and third place pays $25. The entry fee for this race is $25.
  • Stock Appearing Clone will pay $100 to win, $50 for second, and $25 for third. The entry fee for this race will be $25.
  • Box Stock Clone Super Heavy will run at 390 pounds and race for $100 to win. Second place will pay $50 and third will pay $25. There will be a $25 entry fee for this race.
  • Box Stock Clone Light will weigh in at a minimum of 330 pounds and will race for 100% payback on a $15 entry fee.

AKRA engine rules will apply to all clone classes. The only exception: open clutch rule. All Builder Prepared Clone classes are required to use a Billet flywheel. All karts must roll on Burris 33A tires. Builder Prepared Clone engines also run a large pipe, billet rod, and heavier valve spring.

All regular classes will compete for 100% payback on a $15 entry fee.

Nov 032010
 

Original Speedway Park Guarantees Payout With No Kart Minimum

Original Speedway Park will host the Tribute to Marty Ruser money race on February 18 and February 19, 2011.

The centerpiece for this event will be the King Of The Outlaws race, which is actually a series of qualifying races that will follow the structure of the popular “World Of Outlaws” racing series. All competitors will qualify. The top 2 qualifiers will automatically advance to the A Main. The rest of the competitors will be lined up in heat races based on qualifying times. The top 2 in each heat race will advance to the A Main. The rest of the competitors will race through B, C, and D mains to advance to the A Main. The number of heats and mains is dependent on the number of karts entered.

The payout for the King Of The Outlaws event is as follows:

  1. $1300 to win
  2. $850 for second
  3. $500 for third
  4. $250 for fourth
  5. $100 for fifth

Payout is guaranteed through the top 5 positions in the A Main. There is a $50 entry fee for the King Of The Outlaws event.

In addition to the King Of The Outlaws, other classes will compete in more traditional go kart money races. These classes will run 4 qualifying laps and compete in 30 lap feature races.

Stock Heavy will have a minimum weight of 375 pounds and run flathead engines only.

  1. $1000 to win
  2. $500 for second
  3. $250 for third
  4. $125 for fourt
  5. $75 for fifth

There is a $50 entry fee for this race.

Junior Gold Plate will have a minimum weight of 320 pounds and run flathead engines only.

  1. $500 to win
  2. $25o for second
  3. $150 for third
  4. $75 for fourth
  5. $50 for fifth

The entry fee for this race is $30.

Senior Box Stock Heavy will compete at a minimum of 375 pounds. There is no tire rule for this race. The payout structure is as follows:

  1. $500 to win
  2. $25o for second
  3. $150 for third
  4. $75 for fourth
  5. $50 for fifth

There is a $30 entry fee for this race.

The Champ Karts will also hit the track in the Senior Champ 410 feature race. All Champ karts competing in this feature must weigh a minimum of 41o pounds and must be propelled by a flathead engine. Here are the payouts for the Senior Champs:

  1. $750 for first place
  2. $375 for second place
  3. $150 for third place
  4. $75 for fourth place
  5. $50 for fifth place

The entry fee for this feature race is $40.

The following classes will qualify with 4 lap sessions and compete in 20 lap feature races.

The Junior Purple Plate class will compete with a minimum weight of 265 pounds, and Junior Blue Plate must weigh no less than 290 pounds.

  1. $500 to win
  2. $250 for second
  3. $150 for third
  4. $75 for fourth
  5. $50 for fifth

These classes must compete using a flathead engine. There is a $40 entry fee.

The Rookie/Novice drivers will compete in a 10 lap heat race and a 15 lap feature race. All drivers must be between the ages of 5 and 7, inclusive. Other rules mandate a red restrictor plate, 16/64 gearing, and a loop rear bumber. Gift certificates will be awarded. There is a $15 entry fee for this race.

The following classes will compete for 80% payback with a $30 entry fee:

  • Stock Medium, 350 pounds, flathead engine
  • Junior Purple Plate, 265 pounds, mixed flathead and Box Stock
  • Junior Blue Plate, 290 pounds, mixed flathead and Box Stock
  • Junior Unrestricted, 320 pounds, flathead engine
  • Yamaha 360 and 390 pound
  • Box Stock Heavy, Maxxis EL only, 375 pound

All racing classes will be monitored for proper age. Minors must bring original birth certificate.

  • Purple Plate classes – 8-10 years old
  • Blue Plate classes – 10-12 years old
  • Gold Plate classes – 12-15 years old
  • Senior classes – 15 years and older

Racers may not advance one division, i.e. Purple Plate racers may not also compete in any Blue Plate race. All classes will qualify for starting position in the feature race. Your qualifying time will be the best of 4 laps. The Junior Purple Plate and Junior Blue Plate classes will compete in 20 lap features. All other classes will run 30 lap features. WKA engine rules will apply. FKA carburetors will be legal. Entry fee includes transponder fee and insurance.

Gates will open Friday, February 18th at noon. The track will close at 10 pm. For Saturday, February 19th, gates will open at 7:00 am. Practice will begin at 9:00 am and qualifying will follow.

We recommend that you preregister in order to secure your number.

Jun 032010
 

Lightning Valley Raceway will host the 8th Annual Scott Grubbs Memorial Race on June 19, 2010. This go kart race will pay excellent purses for reasonable entry fees. The track is a first class facility. This promises to be a top notch event.

This race feature a huge purse in Stock Heavy, with $1100 to win. Stock Medium will pay $5o0 to win. Stock Light and Stock Super Heavy will pay $300 to win. Animal Light, Medium, Blue Plate, and Gold Plate will pay $200 each to win. Animal Super Heavy and Open will pay $100 to win.

Jun 022010
 

Asphalt ovals, clay ovals, and road courses will host six WKA divisional series races this weekend. The action will be hot and go kart counts will be high for these events.

The Northeast Sprint Series will race Friday and Saturday in New York. This will be the second of five stops for this tour. This event will take place at the Avon Kart Track, a historic go kart racing venue located roughly 25 miles south of Rochester, New York.

The New York Asphalt Championship Series will compete further west in New York, at Chapel Hill Raceway. This event will take place Saturday and Sunday. This will compete the four races for this series.

The US 13 Kart Club in Delmar, Delaware will hold its second event of six on Saturday.

Moving further south, Springridge Raceway in Mississippi will host the Deep South Sprint Series. This will be the fourth race for this series.

In the Sunshine State, Volusia Speedway Park will host the Florida Divisional Dirt Series for the second time this season. The series will run six races this season, with this being the third. This race will be on Saturday.

The Georgia Divisional Dirt Series will make its final stop of the season at Dexter Raceway this Saturday. This series will be at Dawgwood Speedway in August, and will end up at Hurricane Raceway on September 25.

Check the WKA website for a complete list of WKA divisional and regional schedules.

Jun 012010
 

Checkered Flag Speedway in Stateline, Mississippi will host race number 4 of the Firestone Gulf Coast Tri-State Series on July 31, 2010. The first three races were held in front of packed grandstands, and this one will be no exception. Racers should reserve their spots early. This is a top notch facility with a great racing surface.

For reserved parking, call Joe Lovelace at 601-848-6393 or 601-874-2035. Joe will also provide you with hotel information if needed. Camping is available at the track for anyone who wants to come in a day early.