LLM Rules update for 2014 Season

LLM Rules update for 2014 Season

 

The Rules for the Limited Late Model Class have been updated for the 2014 year, We are a Hoosier ONLY track. We allowed AR’s here and there in this class last year due to the fact we only had LLM’s a handful of times, We intend to run this class more for the 2014 Season.

*Rules have been updated allowing several different motors to compete in this class

These Rules will be in effect for our NDRL Friday, March 7th Event

http://www.smokymountainspeedway.com/2014-rules/limited-late-model 

 

Any Questions Please call our Race Director, Steve Epling at 865-919-6041 or 865-856-8989

NDRL TN Tipoff; March 6th-8th Weekend Information

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March 6th-8th Weekend 

Dry Camping will be Available for $30 if Paid in Advance, $40 at the Track

Host Hotel:  Hilton Knoxville Airport, 2001 Alcoa Hwy, Alcoa, TN 37701 (865) 970-4300

-“Mention Smoky Mountain Speedway” our rate will be $89/per night (2 Queens or 1 King Rooms Available)

*Reserved Seats will not be available

*Golf Carts and ATV’s may be used with an All Access Pass (Pit Pass) by anyone over 16 years old

*Gates will be cleared Daily for Armband/ Ticket Check

– SMS reserves the right to search Race Haulers and/or Campers

Gate Times for all 3 Nights:

Pits: 1 PM

Grandstands / Tier: 4 PM

Drivers Meeting / Practice: 6 PM

 

Presale Weekend Admission (3 Days, Including Practice)

$10 Discount if purchased in Advance / $5 more will be charged at the Gate for 3 Day Pass; (prices shown below) 

Tier Parking:

Presale Adults: $65, Kids available at the Gate      –   Gate Discount Adults: $70, Kids available at the Gate

Grandstands:

Presale Adults: $55 , Kids available at the Gate     –   Gate Discount Adults: $60, Kids available at the Gate

 

Presale Tickets are available on NDRL’s website \

 

 

Thursday, March 6th Open Practice

ALL Divisions Welcome 6PM-9PM

Admission:

Pits:  $25

Grandstands/Tier:  $10

With ALL Paid Admissions, join us for an after practice Pit Party, Meet and Greet with your favorite NDRL drivers, and enjoy some complimentary drinks and snacks. Courtesy of Smoky Mountain and John Kennedy!

 

Friday, March 7th NDRL Tennessee Tipoff Classic $7,500 to win 

NDRL SLM: $7,500 to win

Limited LM: $1,200 to win

Classics: $500 to win

 

Admission:

Pits: $40/$20

Tier: $30/ $10

Grandstands: $25/ $5

Kids 5 and under are Free in Grandstand and Tier

 

Saturday, March 8th NDRL Tennessee Tipoff Classic $12,500 to win 

NDRL SLM: $12,500 to win

Crate LM: $1,000 to win

Sportsman: $500 to win

 

Admission:

Pits: $40/$20

Tier: $35/ $10

Grandstands: $30/ $5

Kids 5 and under are Free in Grandstand and Tier

 

 

 

Smoky Mountain Speedway set to tipoff 2014 racing season in a huge way

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

Smoky Mountain Speedway set to Tipoff 2014 Racing Season in a Huge Way

Three dates from all National Tours highlight a 12-race schedule for Tennessee track

 

Prepared by: Chris Tilley Motorsports Marketing & Promotions

CONTACT: (606) 219-1723 ortilleyracing@gmail.com

 

MARYVILLE, TN (November 24, 2013)—Officials with the Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, TN have released the 12-race schedule of events for the 2014 season which promises to be the largest season on record for the track located just minutes from Knoxville, TN. Schedule highlights include visits from all National touring circuits including first-time visits from the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the National Dirt Racing League and the return of the World of Outlaws Late Model Series.

 

The season will open on Saturday March 8th with the Tipoff Classic featuring a first-time visit from the newly formed National Dirt Racing League for a one-night $10,000 to win Super Late Model event. Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR is the defending series champion from 2013.

 

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series will make their return visit to Smoky Mountain Speedway on Saturday NightMay 17th paying $10,000 to win as part of the closing of a double-header weekend with 201 Speedway in Sitka, KY the night before.

 

For the first time the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will make a visit to Maryville, TN for the Summer Showdown, a 50-lap $10,000 to win event.

 

Ray Cook’s Spring Nationals Series will return for the second season on Saturday Night March 29th for a $6,000 to win event. The Ray Cook-promoted Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series will also make their third-ever visit on Friday Night August 1st paying $5,300 to win as part of the mid-summer two-week tour.

 

On Saturday April 26th the Southern All Stars Dirt Series will make their first of two season appearances with a $5,000 to win Rockin’ with the Stars event and will return with the $5,000 to win King of the Mountain Fall Classic on Saturday Night September 20th.

 

On Saturday Night May 3rd the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) will make a visit paying $3,000 to win. That weekend is part of ‘Thunder in the Smokies’ where the Sprint Cars make their lone season visits to 411 Motor Speedway on Friday Night and Smoky Mountain on Saturday Night.

 

The Ultimate Super Late Model Series will make one visit to Smoky Mountainon Friday Night July 11th paying $5,000 to win in the Firecracker 500.

 

The Southern Regional Racing Series will make one season appearance to Smoky Mountain on Saturday May 31stfor the $5,000 to win Tearin’ the Tops off Super Late Model special.

 

The Southern Nationals Bonus Series by CT Promotions will host the 10thAnnual Ole Smoky Iron-Man Classicon Saturday Night August 16th paying $5,010 to win as the Iron-Man Classic moves to the Volunteer State for the first-time after the last nine years in Kentucky and Ohio.

 

The American Modified Series will also make a single-season visit to Smoky Mountain Speedway on March 29thpaying $3,000 to win during the Spring Nationals Super Late Model event.

 

The track will host the Tennessee State Championship Race on Saturday NightOctober 11th with details still being finalized on this race.

 

During the season, other local divisions will be competing at Smoky Mountain Speedway and details about each event will be released at a later date.

 

The 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.

 

2014 Smoky Mountain Speedway Schedule of Events: (showing Day/Date/Sanction/Purse/Event Name)

-Sat. March 8-National Dirt Racing League/$10,000 to win/Tipoff Classic

-Sat. March 29-Ray Cook’s Spring Nationals Series/$6,000 to win/Plus AMS Modifieds $3,000 to win

-Sat. April 26-Southern All Stars Dirt Series/$5,000 to win/Rockin’ with the Stars

-Sat. May 3-United Sprint Car Series/$3,000 to win/Thunder in the Smokies

-Sat. May 17-World of Outlaws Late Model Series/$10,000 to win/Mountain Outlaw 50

-Sat. May 31-Southern Regional Racing Series/$5,000 to win/Tearin’ the Tops off Classic

-Sat. June 21-Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series/$10,000 to win/Summer Showdown

-Fri. July 11-Ultimate Super Late Model Series/$5,000 to win/Firecracker 500

-Fri. Aug. 1-Ray Cook’s Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series/$5,300 to win

-Sat. Aug. 16-Southern Nationals Bonus Series/5,010 to win/10th Ole Smoky Moonshine Iron-Man Classic

-Sat. Sept. 20-Southern All Stars Dirt Series/$5,000 to win/King of the Mountain Fall Classic

-Sat. Oct. 11-Tennessee State Championship Race-Details TBA



If I can be of any further assistance, please let me know.
CHRIS TILLEY
CT Promotions & Marketing Services
P.O. Box 590
Somerset, KY 42502

Thank you for our 2013 Season – Looking on to 2014!!

Thank you to all the drivers, crews, fans, and track staff that made 2013 at Smoky Mountain Speedway a success!   We appreciate your support!  We will have some exciting announcements coming together over the winter regarding our 2014 schedule and some facility improvements/upgrades that we will be making!  Thank you again!  Remember, one note of interest, that has already been confirmed:  Saturday, June 21st, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will make their first visit to Smoky Mountain for a $10,000 to win feature! 

3rd Annual “Tearin the tops off” Triple Crown at Smoky Mountain on November 2nd/$3,000 to win SRRS LM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

3rd Annual Triple Crown at Smoky Mountain on November 2nd/$3,000 to win SRRS Late Models

COURTESY: Chris Tilley/CT Promotions & Marketing
CONTACT: (606) 219-1723 or tilleyracing@gmail.com

MARYVILLE, TN (October 28, 2013)—The third Annual Triple Crown will go at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, TN on Saturday evening November 2nd for the track’s season-ending event. This will mark the 11th Super Late Model event of the season for the track and all three Late Model classes will race Topless that night.

The program for the night will feature a complete show of practice, Qualifying, Heat Races, the Dash and main event for the Southern Regional Racing Series-sanctioned Topless race paying $3,000 to win / $300 to start. The Limited Late Models will also race Topless for $2,000 to win, the Crate Late Models will race Topless for $1,000 to win while the Street Stocks will race for $1,000 to win (based on 15 or more).

After ten events this season at Smoky Mountain Speedway, there have been eight different winners with the most recent winners being Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA on October 25th ($2,000) and Mike Marlar of Winfield, TN on October 26th ($10,000). In SRRS action, there have been nine different winners in 11 races with Josh Putnam of Florence, AL leading the series points with just 55 markers over Maryville, TN driver Jason Welshan. The rest of the top-five in series points are Ryan King third, Brad Skinner fourth and Riley Hickman fifth. The SRRS has two events remaining on the schedule, November 2nd at Smoky Mountain Speedway and November 9th at Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, GA.

Activities for the special Saturday November 2nd Triple Crown event will see the pit area open at 2:00 p.m., while the general admission and tier parking areas will open at 3:00 p.m.  The driver’s meeting will take place at 5:30 p.m., with practice laps set to begin at 5:45 p.m., followed immediately by time trials and green flag racing.  Tickets prices for the Triple Crown event on November 2nd in the general admission area will be $20 for adults, children ages 6 to 11 will be $5, and children ages 5 and under will be free.  In tier parking, ticket prices will be $25 for adults, children ages 6 to 11 will be $10, while children ages 5 and under will be free.  For the pit area, a pit pass will be $35 for adults, while children ages 11 and under will be $15. Track t-shirts will be specially marked for the season finale (while supplies last, limited supply) at $10.00 per shirt, $15.00 for Long-sleeve shirts and $20.00 for Hoodies.

Southern Regional Racing Series Purse ($3,000-to-win): 1) $3,000; 2) $1,500; 3) $900; 4) $800; 5) $700; 6) $600; 7) $575; 8) $550; 9) $525; 10) $500; 11) $400; 12) $390; 13) $380; 14) $470; 15) $360; 16) $350; 17) $340; 18) $330; 19) $320; 20) $310; 21) $300; 22) $300; 23) $300; 24) $300

Racing action for Smoky Mountain Speedway includes the hosting of other special events throughout the 2013 season including: Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series, Ray Cook’s 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, Southern Regional Racing Series and the Ultimate Late Models.

The 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 to www.smokymountainspeedway.com . Be a follower of Smoky Mountain Speedway on Twitter by following @SMOKYMTNSPEED.

For more information on the Southern Regional Racing Series, log on to www.southernregionalracingseries.com .

2013 Smoky Mountain Speedway Winners:
1. Jonathan Davenport-3/23-Southern All Stars Series
2. Tommy Kerr-4/13-Ray Cook’s Spring Nationals Series
3. Shane Clanton-4/26-World of Outlaws Late Model Series
4. Dillon Wood-5/25-Ultimate Super Late Model Series
5. Chris Madden-6/15-Southern All Stars Series
6. Ray Cook-6/29-Southern Regional Racing Series
7. Chris Madden-7/26-Ray Cook’s Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series
8. Billy Ogle Jr.-9/13-Southern Regional Racing Series
9. Jonathan Davenport-10/25-TN State Championship un-sanctioned
10. Mike Marlar-10/26-Southern All Stars Series TN State Championship

Southern Regional Racing Series Championship Points (after 10/5/13):
1. Josh Putnam-2,010 (Florence, AL)
2. Jason Welshan-1,955 (Maryville, TN)
3. Ryan King-1,635 (Seymour, TN)
4. Brad Skinner-1,325 (Springhill, TN)
5. Riley Hickman-1,150 (Chattanooga, TN)
6. Mark Fields-755 (Lawrenceburg, TN)
7. Skylar Marlar-720 (Winfield, TN)
8. Ray Cook-645 (Brasstown, NC)
9. Tony Morris-625 (Murfreesboro, TN)
10. Scott Cook-590 (Shelbyville, TN)

2013 Southern Regional Racing Series Winners/Remaining Schedule:
2/9-MICHAEL PAGE (Boyd’s Speedway)
5/24-RILEY HICKMAN (Thunderhill Raceway)
5/25-DANE DACUS (TN National Raceway)
6/15-JACKIE BOGGS (201 Speedway)
6/22-CHAD OGLE (Volunteer Speedway)
6/27-RAY COOK (Duck River Raceway Park)
6/28-JOSH PUTNAM (Boyd’s Speedway)
6/29-RAY COOK (Smoky Mtn. Speedway)
8/23-RANDY WEAVER (Boyd’s Speedway)
9/13-BILLY OGLE JR. (Smoky Mtn. Speedway)
10/5-JOSH PUTNAM (Duck River Raceway Park)
11/2-SMOKY MTN SPEEDWAY $3,000 to win
11/9-BOYD’s SPEEDWAY $3,000 to win