THIS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY- NIGHTS OF MASS DESTRUCTION- RAIN OR SHINE

GATES OPEN AT 5PM BOTH NIGHTS; 5-7 MONSTER TRUCK RIDES; 6-7:20 PIT PARTY (MEET /GREET/ AUTOGRAPH)

ADULTS: $20 EACH NIGHT; KIDS 11 & UNDER $10 EACH NIGHT

DRY CAMPING WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR $20 (TIER PARKING GATE) 2ND ENTRANCE ON BRICK MILL RD

THE SMS HOST HOTEL IS THE AIRPORT HILTON:  ASK FOR TIARA GILES FOR OUR SPECIAL DISCOUNT.    ROOMS WERE FILLING UP QUICKLY AS OF LAST WEEK http://www.smokymountainspeedway.com/fan-page/hotel-accommodations

A VARIETY OF CONCESSIONS WILL ONLY BE OFFERED IN THE GRANDSTAND AREA; PIT AND TIER CONCESSIONS WILL BE CLOSED

COOLERS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE GRANDSTANDS, AND ALCOHOL WILL NOT BE SOLD A T TONIGHT’S EVENT

 RAIN OR SHINE EVENT

 FRIDAY OCTOBER 10TH:                    SATURDAY OCTOBER 11TH:

MONSTER TRUCKS                               MONSTER TRUCKS

LAWN MOWER DEMO DERBY          V-8 DEMO DERBY

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SEATING MAY BE TIGHT OR LIMITED; WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO BRING BLANKETS, CHAIRS..ETC (EXTRA SEATING WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE HILLSIDE AND BANKING AREAS.) GRANDSTAND AREA WILL BE THE ONLY GATE OPEN. PITS WILL ONLY BE OPEN FOR MONSTER TRUCK DRIVERS/ CREW & DERBY DRIVERS/ CREW. THE PIT AREA WILL BE USED FOR MONSTER TRUCK RIDES.

 OUTSIDE VENDORS WILL BE: JETS PIZZA, WAFFLE GUY (ICE CREAM AND GOODIES), FUNNEL CAKES (FRIED OREOS/ SNOW CONES, WIMZ, 102.1,  AND OUR PRESENTING SPONSOR NAPA AUTO PARTS

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MONSTER TRUCKS WILL BE ON DISPLAY AT OFFSITE LOCATIONS

THURSDAY- WEST CHEVROLET ALCOA HWY 2-6PM

FRIDAY- FOOD CITY ON WEST BROADWAY 9-1PM

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE GATE-

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Sexton, Denton headline 2014 SMS Hall of Fame class

Sexton, Denton headline 2014 SMS Hall of Fame class

After being idle for 4 years, the Smoky Mountain Speedway Hall of Fame has resumed and named its members for the 2014 class. Induction ceremony for the new members will take place at the speedway on September 20.

The newest members inducted into the SMS HOF are Scott Sexton, Billy Palmer, Dewey Floyd, Jim Hunter, and Bobby Denton.

Sexton was a force in a dirt late model racing in East Tennessee from the mid 80′s until he had to step away from driving a few years ago due to health issues. Sexton earned the nickname “Superman” for his daring moves on the racetrack. Sexton passed away in early 2013.

Billy Palmer has seen success in both dirt late models and open wheel modifieds. Palmer was a regular fixture in Smoky Mountain Speedway’s victory lane from the mid 80′s to the early 90′s. Palmer also garnered a number of wins at Atomic Speedway in the open wheel modified division.

Dewey Floyd won a number of features and track championships in the modified street division at SMS. Floyd was a regular at SMS, then moved to the late model division when the modified street division was phased out. He has a number of late model wins to his credit as well.

A new category for the Hall of Fame is the induction of one member from the asphalt era of the speedway. The category is for area racers that saw success at SMS during its asphalt days in the late 60′s until the late 70′s. This year’s asphalt era inductee is Jim Hunter. Hunter was teammates with Joe Neubert where the pair won numerous races at SMS. Hunter won the pole for a NASCAR Grand National race in 1967 and posted two top 5 finishes in NASCAR action at SMS. Hunter passed away in 2010.

The contributor category inductee is Bobby Denton. Many know Denton as the public address announcer for the Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium. But Denton was the PA announcer at Maryville Dragstrip before becoming the PA announcer at Smoky Mountain Speedway. Denton later became the announcer at Talladega Super Speedway when former SMS general manager Don Naman hired him in the early 70′s. Denton passed away earlier this year.