Drivers that have confirmed to us they will be at SMS Saturday

SUPER LATE MODELS

Kenny Collins # 1 – Colbert, GA
Vic Hill # 1 – Moshiem, TN
Mark Vineyard # 4 – Powell, TN
Tommy Kerr # 4t – Maryville, TN
Eric Jacobsen # 5 – Rio Del Mar, CA
Robby Moses # 7 – Friendsville, TN
Chad Ogle # 10 – Sevierville, TN
Austin Smith # 11 – Cedartown, GA
Stacy Boles # 11b – Claxton, TN
Jeff Wolfenbarger # 28 – Clinton, TN
Skip Arp # 31 – Georgetown, TN
Chris Madden # 44 – Gray Court, SC
James Kelso # 49 – Maryville, TN
Mark Douglas # 52d – Knoxville, TN
Ray Cook # 53 – Brasstown, NC
Dylan Ames # 77a – Harvest, AL
Casey Roberts # 101 – Toccoa, GA
Randy Weaver # 116 – Crossville, TN
Billy Ogle, Jr. # 201 – Knoxville, TN

LIMITED LATE MODELS

Reuben Mayfield # 00
Jason Cardwell # 07
Hunter Best # 007
Butch Bayless # B2
Sammie Russell # F4
Brett Ashley # 9
Weston Gantte # 14
David Kerr # 14
Matt Henderson # 17
Tim Johns # 19
Dakotah Knuckles # 21k
Cory Hedgecock # 23
Charlie Parker # 27
Jason Welshan # 29
Tony Martin # 35
Drew Kennedy # K37
Trevor Sise # 73
Brad Coffey # 88
Jason Trammell # 90j
Bobby Giffin # 97

STREET STOCKS

Jon Cook # 0z
David Clark # 1
Jeff McLemore # J3
Tony Simonic # 5
Ben Sexton # 6
Westley Lester # 06
Ty Crisp # T11
Charles Toomey # 17
Robbie Buchanan # P21
Adam Engel # 28
Brady Lee # 31
Patrick Rogers # 42
Brad Davis # 88
James Crowe # 360c

CT Promotions Ironman Classic History and Tidbits

Previous Ironman Classic Finishes

2004 (Mountain Motor Speedway): Jackie Boggs, Chuckie May, Raymond Nichols, Ralph Francis, Donald Runyon, Brandon Hardgrove, Greg Lucas, Daniel Williams, Brent Denny.

2005 (Rained Out)

2006 (Mountain Motor Speedway): Chris Combs, Anthony Adams, Shannon Thornsberry, Steve Stollings, Greg Lucas, Jack Fields, Chris Wilson, Dan Deaton, Raymond Nichols, Jimmy Perkins, Eric Creech, Freddie Brock, Danny Bates, Cory Waddell, Larry Gray Jr., D.J. Wells.

2007 (Mountain Motor Speedway): Chris Combs, D.J. Wells, Jamie Ferguson, Eric Wells, Jamie Maggard, Jack Fields, Anthony Adams, Raymond Nichols, Danny Bates, Jackie Boggs, Kevin Hall, Jimmy Perkins, Doug Smith, Greg Anderson, Whitney McQueary, Russ Frohnapfel, Randy Caudill, Travis Hensley, Freddie Brock, Brandon Fouts, Victor Lee.

2008 (Richmond Speedway): Don O’Neal, Terry English, Victor Lee, Chris Combs, Aaron Hatton, Jimmy Crabtree, David Webb, Justin Rattliff, Wayne Chinn, Dennis Roberson, Dustin Linville, Tyrel Todd, Jim Robinson, Mike Jewell, Tim Tungate, Eric Wells, D.J. Wells, Michael Chilton, Bobby Carrier Jr., Larry Gray Jr., Greg Johnson, Marty Stepp, Jason Barrett.

2009 (Mountain Motor Speedway): Josh McGuire, Aaron Ridley, Justin Rattliff, Wayne Chinn, Brandon Fouts, Oscar McCown, Chris Combs, Tim Tungate, Jimmy Crabtree, David Dixon, Jeremy Hall, Christian Rayburn, Raymond Nichols, John Mulligan, B.J. Morris, D.J. Wells, Daniel Hatcher, Jimmy Perkins, Shannon Thornsberry, Derek Fisher, Freddie Brock, Eric Wells.

2010 (Mountain Motor Speedway): Shannon Thornsberry, D.J. Wells, Jeremy Hall, Jason Perry, Jack Fields, Freddie Brock, Ricky Rose, Chris Combs, Jamie Maggard, Steve Stollings, Brandon Wagner, Carl Dillow II, Brandon Fouts.

2011 (Southern Ohio Speedway): Jackie Boggs, Tim Dohm, Eddie Carrier Jr., Rod Conley, Shannon Thornsberry, Dustin Linville, Delmas Conley, Audie Swartz, Billy Gullion, Terry Hicks, R.J. Conley, Paul Davis, Matt Jobe, James Watson, Mick Sansom, David Smith, Kenny Howell

2012 (Lake Cumberland Speedway)- Night One: Michael Chilton, Vic Hill, Tanner English, Johnny Wheeler, Justin Rattliff, Dustin Neat, Brad Neat, Victor Lee, Jeff Neubert, Michael Wright, Michael Asberry, Rod Carter, Jr., Tommy Bailey, Ricky Arms, Kenny Cobble, Mike Weeks, Tim Tungate, Skylar Marlar;  Night Two:  Michael Chilton, Chris Combs, Vic Hill, Tanner English, Victor Lee, Dustin Neat, Brad Neat, Justin Rattliff, Skylar Marlar, Tim Tungate, Johnny Wheeler, Michael Asberry, Jeff Watson, Rod Carter, Jr., Ricky Arms, Kenny Cobble, Dennis Barton, Randy Ridner, Nick Claborn, Buzz Williams

2013 (Ponderosa Speedway)- Michael Chilton, Greg Johnson, Dustin Linville, Stephen Breeding, Derek Fisher, Dustin Neat, Victor Lee, David Webb, Brandon Kinzer, Justin Rattliff, Brad Neat, Dan Schlieper, James Rice, Jeff Watson, Dion Benningfield, Brandon Thirlby, Mike Marlar, Jeff Rawlings, Dennis Roberson, Lee Logan, Mike Jewell, Clarence Belcher

-Ironman Classic Fast Facts and Tidbits-
-The Ironman Classic is the brainchild of CT Promotions’ Chris Tilley and first was presented in 2004 at Mountain Motor Speedway in Isom, KY and second-generation speedster Jackie Boggs of Grayson, KY would take the victory in the inaugural event over Chuckie May, Raymond Nichols, Ralph Francis, and Donald Runyon.

-The 2005 version of the Ironman Classic was again to be contested at Mountain Motor Speedway, but the event would be rained out and would not be rescheduled.

-For 2006, the event would again be contested at Mountain Motor Speedway and Chris Combs of Isom, KY would grab the win at his hometown track over the likes of Anthony Adams, Shannon Thornsberry, Steve Stollings, and Greg Lucas.

Chris Combs would follow-up up his 2006 Ironman Classic victory with a repeat performance in 2007 at Mountain Motor Speedway, earning Combs the nickname of the “Ironman”.  Trailing Combs at the finish of this edition of the event would be D.J. Wells, Jamie Ferguson, Eric Wells, and Jamie Maggard.

-In 2008, the Ironman Classic would switch venues and the event would be presented at Richmond Raceway in Richmond, KY and Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN would show why he is the “Real Deal” by claiming the event victory ahead of Terry English, Victor Lee, Chris Combs, and Aaron Hatton.

-For 2009, the Ironman Classic would return to Mountain Motor Speedway and Josh McGuire would make his first start in the event and would finish in the first position as well in taking the checkered flag first ahead of Aaron Ridley, Justin Rattliff, Wayne Chinn, and Brandon Fouts.

-The 2010 version of the Ironman Classic would again take place at Mountain Motor Speedway and Shannon Thornsberry of Martin, KY would grab one of the biggest wins of his career by claiming the event victory over D.J. Wells, Jeremy Hall, Jason Perry, and Jack Fields.

-In 2011, the event would visit a new venue as the Ironman Classic would take place at Southern Ohio Speedway in Wheelersburg, OH and Jackie Boggs would become only the second driver to score a repeat victory in the event as he would be followed at the finish line by Tim Dohm, Eddie Carrier, Jr., Rod Conley, and Shannon Thornsberry.

-For 2012, the Ironman Classic would take place at Lake Cumberland Speedway in Burnside, KY and would see two feature events over two nights of racing and Michael Chilton of Salvisa, KY would score his first ever win in the event, as he would sweep the A-Mains in both nights of competition.  Chilton would win the first night over Michael Chilton, Vic Hill, Tanner English, Johnny Wheeler, Justin Rattliff , while Chilton would be trailed at the checkered flag on night two by Chris Combs, Vic Hill, Tanner English, and Victor Lee.

-The 2013 edition of the Ironman Classic would be contested at Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, KY and would return to its traditional one feature format and Michael Chilton of Salvisa, KY would become only the third mulit-time winner by scoring the race win at the track better known as “Kentucky’s Baddest Bullring”.  Chilton would outdistance Greg Johnson, Dustin Linville, Stephen Breeding, and Derek Fisher to pick up the victory.

-For 2013, the Ironman Classic will venture to its sixth different venue as it will take place for the first time ever in the Volunteer State at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, TN.  The tenth edition of the race will pay $5,010 to win (the $10 comes from it being the 10th anniversary of the race) and the race will be contested under the sanctioning of the Southern National Bonus Series.  Joining the Super Late Models for the event will be the track’s Limited Late Model ($1,500 to win) and Street Stock ($500 to win) divisions.

-There have been a total of one hundred and ten (110) different drivers make the A-Main in the previous nine Ironman Classic events.  Drivers that made their first start in the Ironman Classic in 2013 included Stephen Breeding, Brandon Kinzer, Dan Schlieper, James Rice, Dion Benningfield, Brandon Thirlby, Mike Marlar, Jeff Rawlings, Lee Logan, and Clarence Belcher.

-One driver has made six starts in the Ironman Classic event and that is Chris Combs, while D.J. Wells has made five starts in the race.  Five drivers have made four starts in the event and those drivers are Freddie Brock, Victor Lee, Raymond Nichols,Justin Rattliff, and Shannon Thornsberry.

Ironman Classic Roll Call of Drivers
Anthony Adams- 2 (2006, 2007)            Jamie Maggard- 2 (2007, 2010)
Greg Anderson- 1 (2007)                Chuckie May- 1 (2004)
Jason Barrett- 1 (2009)                Oscar McCown- 1 (2009)
Danny Bates- 2 (2006, 2007)                Josh McGuire- 1 (2009)
Jackie Boggs- 3 (2004, 2007, 2011)            Whitney McQueary- 1 (2007)
Freddie Brock- 4 (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010)        B.J. Morris- 1 (2009)
Bobby Carrier, Jr.- 1 (2009)                John Mulligan- 1 (2009)
Eddie Carrier, Jr.- 1 (2011)                Raymond Nichols- 4 (’04, ’06, ’07, ’09)
Randy Caudill- 1 (2007)                Don O’Neal- 1 (2008)
Michael Chilton- 3 (2009, 2012, 2013)        Jimmy Perkins- 3 (2006, 2007, 2009)
Wayne Chinn- 2 (2008, 2009)                Jason Perry- 1 (2010)
Chris Combs- 6 (2006-2010, 2012)            Justin Rattliff- 4 (2008, 2009, 2012, 2013)
Delmas Conley- 1 (2011)                Christian Rayburn- 1 (2010)
R.J. Conley- 1 (2011)                    Aaron Ridley- 1 (2009)
Rod Conley- 1 (2011)                    Dennis Roberson- 2 (2008, 2013)
Jimmy Crabtree- 2 (2008, 2009)            Jim Robinson- 1 (2008)
Eric Creech- 1 (2006)                    Ricky Rose- 1 (2010)
Paul Davis- 1 (2011)                    Donald Runyon- 1 (2004)
Dan Deaton- 1 (2006)                    Mick Sansom- 1 (2011)
Brent Denny- 1 (2004)                David Smith- 1 (2011)
Carl Dillow II- 1 (2010)                Doug Smith- 1 (2007)
David Dixon- 1 (2009)                    Marty Stepp- 1 (2008)
Tim Dohm- 1 (2011)                    Steve Stollings- 2 (2006, 2010)
Terry English- 1 (2008)                Audie Swartz- 1 (2011)
Jamie Ferguson- 1 (2007)                Shannon Thornsberry- 4 (’06, ’09-’11)
Jack Fields- 3 (2006, 2007, 2010)            Tyrel Todd- 1 (2008)
Derek Fisher- 2 (2009, 2013)                Tim Tungate- 3 (2008, 2009, 2012)
Brandon Fouts- 3 (2007, 2009, 2010)        Cory Waddell- 1 (2006)
Ralph Francis- 1 (2004)                Brandon Wagner- 1 (2010)
Russ Frohnapfel- 1 (2007)                James Watson- 1 (2011)
Larry Gray, Jr.- 2 (2006, 2008)            David Webb- 2 (2008, 2013)
Billy Gullion- 1 (2011)                    D.J. Wells- 5 (2006-2010)
Jeremy Hall- 2 (2009, 2010)                Eric Wells- 3 (2007-2009)
Kevin Hall- 1 (2007)                    Daniel Williams- 1 (2004)
Daniel Hatcher- 1 (2009)                Chris Wilson- 1 (2006)
Aaron Hatton- 1 (2008)                Vic Hill- 1 (2012)
Brandon Hardgrove- 1 (2004)                Tanner English- 1 (2012)
Travis Hensley- 1 (2007)                Brad Neat- 2 (2012, 2013)
Terry Hicks- 1 (2011)                    Dustin Neat- 2 (2012, 2013)
Kenny Howell- 1 (2011)                Skylar Marlar- 1 (2012)
Mike Jewell- 2 (2008, 2013)                Johnny Wheeler- 1 (2012)
Greg Johnson- 2 (2008, 2013)            Michael Asberry- 1 (2012)
Matt Jobe- 1 (2011)                    Jeff Watson- 2 (2012, 2013)
Victor Lee- 4 (2007, 2008, 2012, 2013)        Rod Carter, Jr.- 1 (2012)
Dustin Linville- 3 (2008, 2011, 2013)            Ricky Arms- 1 (2012)
Greg Lucas- 2 (2004, 2006)                Kenny Cobble- 1 (2012)
Dennis Barton- 1 (2012)                Randy Ridner- 1 (2012)
Nick Claborn- 1 (2012)                Buzz Williams- 1 (2012)
Jeff Neubert- 1 (2012)                    Mike Weeks- 1 (2012)
Michael Wright- 1 (2012)                Tommy Bailey- 1 (2012)
Stephen Breeding- 1 (2013)                Brandon Kinzer- 1 (2013)
Dan Schlieper- 1 (2013)                James Rice- 1 (2013)
Dion Benningfield- 1 (2013)                Brandon Thirlby- 1 (2013)
Mike Marlar- 1 (2013)                    Jeff Rawlings- 1 (2013)
Lee Logan- 1 (2013)                    Clarence Belcher- 1 (2013)

10th Annual Ironman Classic INFO

Smoky Mountain Speedway
Maryville, TN

Saturday, August 16th

10th Annual Ironman Classic
Southern Nationals Bonus Race
presented by Stanley Best Heating & Air

Super Late Models – $5,010 to win
Limited Late Models – $1,500 to win
Street Stocks – $500 to win

Pit Gates open at 3pm
Grandstands / Tier Parking open at 4pm
Drivers Meeting scheduled for 6:30pm

Grandstand Admission
Adults – $15
Children – ages 6-11 – $5
Children – 5 & under – FREE

Tier Parking Admission
Adults – $20
Children – ages 6-11 – $10
Children – 5 & under – FREE

Pit Passes
Adults – $35
Children – 11 & under – $15

Please make plans to join us for some great racing at THE MOUNTAIN!!

Smoky Mountain Speedway Hosts 10th Annual Ironman Classic on Saturday August 16

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Smoky Mountain Speedway Hosts 10th Annual Ironman Classic on Saturday August 16

By: Michael Despain
Southern Nationals Bonus Series

Maryville, TN-August 6, 2014- The Southern Nationals Bonus Series returns to action in a big way on Saturday August 16 as the track continues its tradition of big money Super Late Model events with the 10th Annual CT Promotions Ironman Classic presented by Stanley Best Heating and Air on Saturday August 16.

The Saturday August 16 event at Smoky Mountain Speedway will feature the 10th Annual CT Promotions Ironman Classic presented by Stanley Best Heating and Air and will feature the Southern Nationals Bonus Series in action in a full program of practice, time trials, B-Mains, and the 40-lap, $5,010-to-win Ironman Classic A-Main.  Joining the Southern Nationals Bonus Series Super Late Models in action at Smoky Mountain Speedway on Saturday August 16 will be the track’s Limited Late Model division (paying $1,500 to win) and Street Stock division (paying $500 to win).

Southern Nationals Bonus Series 10th Annual Ironman Classic Smoky Mountain Speedway A-Main Payout (40 Laps): 1) $5,010, 2) $2.500, 3) $1,200, 4) $1,000, 5) $800, 6) $700, 7) $600, 8) $580, 9) $560, 10) $540, 11) $520, 12) $510, 13) $500, 14) $475, 15) $450, 16) $450, 17) $450, 18) $450, 19) $450, 20) $450, 21) $450, 22) $450.

In addition to the payout, there will be a $250 bonus to the highest finishing driver from the state of Kentucky.  This is being done since the Ironman Classic, the brainchild of Chris Tilley, was started in the state of the Kentucky and has been contested in the Bluegrass State in eight of the nine previous events and will reward racers from the state of Kentucky that venture south of the Mason-Dixon line for the event.

The Super Late Model portion of the event will carry a $100 entry fee and the tire rule for the event will be as follows:  Hoosier 1350 and 1600; American Racer 48 and 56.  These will be the only tires allowed and tires will be checked and tire samples will be taken and sent to lab to insure tire meet the proper compound benchmarks.

Activities for the 10th Annual CT Promotions Ironman Classic presented by Stanley Best Heating and Air will see the pit area open at 3:00 p.m., while the general admission area and tier parking area opens at 4:00 p.m.  The drivers meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m., with practice laps set to begin at 6:50 p.m., followed immediately by time trials and green flag racing.  Ticket prices in the general admission area will be $15 for adults (children ages 6 to 11 will be $5 and children ages 5 and under will be free) and tier parking it will be $20 for adults, while a pit pass will be $35.

The CT Promotions Ironman Classic started at Mountain Motor Speedway in Isom, KY in 2004 and Jackie Boggs of Grayson, KY won the inaugural event.  The event fell to Mother Nature in 2005 and was not rescheduled, but returned once again in 2006 and Chris Combs of Isom, KY would take the win and would follow it up by claiming victory in the 2007 event (both of those events were also contested at Mountain Motor Speedway).  The 2008 version of the event would be held at Richmond Raceway in Richmond, KY and Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN would claim the race victory, with the event returning to Mountain Motor Speedway in 2009 and Josh McGuire of Grayson, KY scoring the win.  Shannon Thornsberry of Martin, KY would take the victory at Mountain Motor in 2010, with Jackie Boggs returning to victory lane in the contest in 2011 at Southern Ohio Speedway in Wheelersburg, OH.  Michael Chilton of Salvisa, KY has won the last two Ironman events, sweeping a doubleheader of action in 2012 at Lake Cumberland Speedway in Burnside, KY and winning the 2013 event at Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, KY.  The 2014 edition of the Ironman Classic will mark the sixth different venue that has hosted the event and will be contested for the first time ever in the state of Tennessee.

Smoky Mountain Speedway is located at 809 Brickmill Road in Maryville, TN 37801. The track phone number is (865) 856-8989. You can obtain further information on Smoky Mountain Speedway by logging on towww.smokymountainspeedway.com . Be a follower of Smoky Mountain Speedway on Twitter by following @SMOKYMTNSPEED.

Racing action for Smoky Mountain Speedway includes the hosting of other special events throughout the 2014 season including: Ray Cook’s Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series, Ray Cook’s Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series, American Modified Series, World of Outlaws Late Model Series, United Sprint Car Series, Ultimate Super Late Model Series, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, National Dirt Racing League and the Southern All Stars Series.

Southern Nationals Bonus Race Winners:
March 1-Jason Hiett (Cherokee Speedway) $3,000
March 2-Jonathan Davenport (Cherokee Speedway) $10,000
May 25-Mike Marlar (Duck River Raceway Park) $5,000
July 4-Casey Roberts (Tri-County Race Track) $3,000
July 5-Ray Cook (Tazewell Speedway) $5,000

Southern Nationals Bonus Races/Upcoming Events:
Saturday August 16-Smoky Mountain Speedway-Maryville, TN-$5,010 to win/40 laps
Friday October 3-Tri-County Race Track-Brasstown, NC-$4,053 to win/53 laps
Friday October 24-Cherokee Speedway-Gaffney, SC-$5,000 to win
Saturday October 25-Cherokee Speedway-Gaffney, SC-$10,000 to win
Fri/Sat Nov. 14/15-Duck River Raceway Park-Wheel, TN-$11,000 to win

There have been six Super Late Model events held already at Smoky Mountain Speedway with five different winners gracing victory lane as Dale McDowell picked up the $7,500 NDRL-sanctioned win on March 7 then Chris Madden picked up the night two victory worth $12,500 on March 8. Billy Ogle Jr. scored the $6,000 prize in the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series-sanctioned event win on April 5th while Ogle again took the payday, this time $5,000 during the SAS-Rockin’ with the Stars event on April 26th. Casey Roberts of Toccoa, Ga. would claim $10,000 during the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned Ole Smoky Moonshine Classic event on June 21st. On Friday July 11th Randy Weaver went on to claim the Ultimate Super Late Model Series-sanctioned $5,000-to-win event. Chris Madden won his second feature of the season at Smoky Mountain on Friday Night August 1st pocketing $5,300 with the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series.

Smoky Mountain Speedway would like to thank the following track partners including: Arizona Sport Shirts, Blount Excavating , Bobcat of Knoxville, CDE Electrical Contracting , East Tennessee Auto Outlet, FireAde, Food City, Hoosier Dirt Tire South, Hooters, Insane Cane Media, InsideDirtRacing.com, Jet’s Pizza, MRM Racing Photos, Napa Auto Parts, Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine, Outdoor Life R.V., Stanley Best Heating & Air, TennesseeRacer.com, Tennessee R.V. Sales & Service, Ujunkdit.com, Wells Racing Photography, WIMZ Classic Rock 103.5 FM.

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RESULTS AUGUST 1ST, 2014

Smoky Mountain Speedway
Maryville, TN

Friday, August 1st

Ray Cook’s Southern Nationals
presented by Food City

SUPER LATE MODELS

1. Chris Madden # 44
2. Mike Marlar # 157
3. Randy Weaver # 116
4. Billy Ogle, Jr. # 201
5. Vic Hill # 1
6. Mack McCarter # 71c
7. Eric Jacobsen # 5
8. Donald McIntosh # 7
9. Anthony Burroughs # 1
10. Ryan King # 30
11. Austin Smith # 11
12. Craig Vosbergen # 8
13. Jason Welshan # 29
14. Chris Wilson # 10
15. Riley Hickman # R1
16. Mark Douglas # 91
17. Josh Putnam # 212
18. David Crabtree # C5
19. Skip Arp # 31
20. Tommy Kerr # 01
21. Bo Eaton # 3x
22. Mark Vineyard # 4
23. Stacy Boles # 11b

Did Not Qualify: Robby Moses (7), Ross White (7), Chad Ogle (10), Ellery Leake (34)

LIMITED LATE MODELS

1. Cory Hedgecock # 23
2. Josh Henry # B00
3. Bobby Giffin # 97
4. Matt Henderson # 17
5. Jaylon Shannon # 22
6. Brad Lowe # 16
7. Weston Gantte # 14
8. Tony Martin # 35
9. Heath Hindman # 9
10. Reuben Mayfield # 00
11. David Kerr # 14
12. Hunter Best # 00
13. Charlie Parker # 27
14. Butch Bayless # B2
15. Doug Smith # 45
16. Drew Kennedy # K37

Did Not Start: Mitchell Childress (2), Sammie Russell (F4), Dakotah Knuckles (21k)

CRATE LATE MODELS

1. Jason Welshan # 29
2. Jimmy Elliott # J39
3. Jacob Grizzle # 16
4. Hunter Best # 007
5. Brett Wyatt # 17
6. Justin Summers # 99
7. David Crabtree # 88
8. Chris Mullinax # 57
9. Warren McMahan # 33
10. Robert Edwards # 3r
11. Adam Mitchell # 50
12. Dewayne Powell # 99

CLASSIC CARS

1. Cameron Skinner # 33x
2. Ritchie Overholser # 88
3. Charlie Tharp # 59
4. Bart Baxter # 7
5. Josh Chesney # XXX
6. Adam Presley # 07a
7. Eli Keck # 8
8. Joel Wolfenbarger # 13j
9. Scott Lacy # 24

NEXT EVENT:

Saturday, August 16th

10th Annual Ironman Classic
Southern Nationals Bonus Race
presented by Stanley Best Heating & Air

Super Late Models – $5,010 to win
Limited Late Models – $1,500 to win
Street Stocks – $500 to win