Scott Sexton Obituary

Scott Dewayne Sexton, age 46, of New Market, formerly of Pigeon Forge, passed away Thursday, January 10, 2013 after a 7 year battle. Scott began his racing career at the age of 6. He was an 8 time World Karting Association World Champion before moving into Dirt Late Models in 1986. Sexton quickly became a fan favorite, earning the nickname “Superman.” Between 1995 and 2005 he won 10 Southern All Stars Races at Atomic and Volunteer Speedways, and was track champion in 1991 and 1995 at “The Gap”. Scott had many special event feature wins. Scott was known as one of the most fan friendly drivers, always participating in charitable events and usually donating his winning trophies to kids at the track. He will always be remembered for giving back to the sport he loved so much. Scott was preceded in death by his father, Kenneth Howard Sexton; grandparents, John Sherrod and Reva Ann Sexton and Fred and Evelyn Maples; cousin, Kevin Williamson; aunts, Catherine Reagan Smallfield and Dorothy Maples Huskey. Survivors include his sons, Zachary Scott Sexton and Derek Scott Sexton; mother, Annette Maples Brackins; fiancé, Benita Collins; sister Debbie Vineyard; nephew, Tyler Vineyard. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to any Tennessee State Bank, Scott Sexton Memorial Fund or to the funeral home to help with final expenses. Funeral service will be at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, January 13, 2013 in the Smith Trinity Chapel with Rev. Ray Deidrick and Ray Ball officiating. Family and friends will assemble at 10:00 a.m. Monday, January 14, 2013 at Highland South Cemetery for the interment. Pallbearers will be: Derek Sexton, David Bryant, Chase King, Mark King, Ryan King, Brian King, Jason Gibson, and Josh Collins. Family will receive friends from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Sunday at Smith Funeral & Cremation Service, Maryville, 983-1000.

SMS to host 1st EVER WoO Event

Ok, Now that the WoO Schedule has been released i guess its safe to now announce Smoky Mountain Speedway will host its 1st EVER World of Outlaws Super Late Model Race 50 Laps, $10,000 to win on Friday, April 26th, WoO will also be at Tazewell Speedway Saturday, April 27th… Lucas is off this weekend so expect some of those drivers BOTH nights! Mark your Calendars, Everyone has asked for this from SMS, Show us your support, SHARE this and pass the word along!!

World of Outlaws Late Model Series releases 2013 schedule

Contact: Kevin Kovac

World of Outlaws Late Model Series PR Director | 704-254-7929

Record Number Of Events On 2013 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Schedule

Busy Campaign Will Bring National Tour To At Least 38 Tracks In 21 States & Canada

CONCORD, NC – Nov. 29, 2012 – A record number of events appear on the 2013 World of Outlaws Late Model Series schedule, which was released on Thursday during the Performance Racing Industry trade show in Orlando, Fla.

Fifty-four race dates comprising 49 A-Mains at 38 tracks in 21 states and Canada are currently confirmed as part of the national tour’s ambitious 2013 itinerary, including an unprecedented season-opening slate of eight events in Georgia and Florida during the month of February.

The milestone 10th consecutive WoO LMS campaign under the World Racing Group banner will commence for the second straight year with the ‘Winter Freeze’ on Feb. 8-9 at Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Ga. A format change will turn the event into a doubleheader featuring an $8,000-to-win 40-lapper on Friday night and a 50-lap, $10,000-to-win A-Main on Saturday evening.

Also part of the busy first month of World of Outlaws action is the second annual Bubba Army Late Model Winter Nationals on Feb. 15-17 at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Fla – a three-night extravaganza topped by the historic ‘Super Sunday Showdown’ paying $20,000 to win – and the traditional visit to Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Fla., for the UNOH DIRTcar Nationals Presented by Summit Racing Equipment, which in 2013 includes three complete WoO LMS programs on Feb. 21-23.

Bubba Raceway Park’s ‘Super Sunday Showdown’ on Feb. 17 stands as one of a half-dozen mega-money shows spread across the 2013 schedule. The list of marquee events also includes the $50,000-to-win USA Nationals on Aug. 1-3 at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis.; the seventh annual Firecracker 100 on June 27-29 at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pa.; the fifth annual Illini 100 on April 5-6 at Farmer City (Ill.) Raceway; the inaugural Buckeye 100 on April 12-13 at Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio; and the Memorial Day weekend ‘Bullring Bonanza’ on May 25-26 at Tyler County Speedway in Middlebourne, W.Va..

The ’13 season will conclude for the seventh straight year with a pair of 50-lap A-Mains during the PEAK Motor Oil World of Outlaws World Finals Presented by NAPA Auto Parts on Nov. 7-9 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, N.C.

With several dates still to be added to the 2013 schedule, the tour’s alltime single-season highs of 44 A-Mains (2007 and 2010) and 38 different host tracks (2010) are in line to be surpassed.

“We’re looking forward to a 2013 season that promises more World of Outlaws Late Model Series racing than ever before,” said Tim Christman, who will serve as the WoO LMS director for the seventh consecutive year. “With help from great racetrack promoters across the country, we’ve been able to put together a schedule that will produce plenty of excitement for fans and present a challenge for the drivers.”

The richest event in 2013 remains Cedar Lake Speedway’s 100-lap USA Nationals, a crown-jewel race that will be showcased on the World of Outlaws trail for the fourth consecutive year and seventh time overall in its 25-year history. The Aug. 1-3 spectacular will be an all-World of Outlaws weekend in ’13 as well with the Thursday-night preliminary program becoming a full-points WoO LMS show paying $6,000 to win.

Lernerville’s Firecracker 100, meanwhile, will boast three full nights of competition for the fourth year in a row. An early-summer spectacular known for its fan-pleasing excitement both on and off the track, the Firecracker weekend begins with 30-lap, $6,000-to-win preliminary features on Thurs., June 27, and Fri., June 28, before ending with the traditional 100-lap headliner offering $30,000 for first place on Sat., June 29

Century grinds offering $20,000 first-place prizes will also be contested on back-to-back spring weekends – the Illini 100 at the quarter-mile Farmer City oval on April 5-6, and the Buckeye 100 on April 12-13 at Wayne County. The Illini 100 will run at a Farmer City track under new management in 2013, while Wayne County’s husband-and-wife promotional team of Jason and Kristin Flory will present a huge two-day show after earlier this year successfully bringing the WoO LMS back to the central Ohio facility for the first time since 2006.

Another major early-season event is set for Tyler County, the quarter-mile Mountaineer State oval that has gained nationwide acclaim for its unique high-dollar WoO LMS affairs the past two years. Promoter Frank Wilson will focus on the Memorial Day holiday for his marquee show in 2013, expanding the ‘Bullring Bonanza’ to two days on Saturday-Sunday, May 25-26. Details of the race format and purse structure are still to be determined, but it is expected that the Bonanza’s race-fan lottery/raffle that proved so popular this year will be replayed.

The ’13 schedule also will feature a pair of late-season doubleheaders at Selinsgrove (Pa.) Speedway (Aug. 31/Sept. 1) and Berlin Raceway in Marne, Mich. (Sept. 20-21). Details of the twinbills will be released at a later date, but complete WoO LMS cards will be run on each night of the weekends.

Selinsgrove promoter Charlie Paige has decided to present two WoO LMS A-Mains after his attempt to host the tour for the first time in 2012 was rained out. The Labor Day weekend event will rekindle the circuit’s summer-ending holiday doubleheaders in the Keystone State that were run from 2006-2010 at Tri-City Speedway in Franklin.

The paved 7/16th-mile Berlin Raceway, meanwhile, will once again be covered with clay for WoO LMS action after this year’s ‘Down & Dirty 100’ was such a thrilling hit. The weekend format will be changed to give race teams and fans two full nights of full-fender competition.

The 2013 season’s longest swing remains July’s ‘Wild West Tour,’ which currently boasts five events over a seven-day period. WoO LMS stalwart Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., is scheduled to kick off the busy summer stretch on Sat., July 6, with the ‘Gopher 50’ charity race (the ninth straight year the event is part of the series), followed by subsequent races on July 8 at Black Hills Speedway in Rapid City, S.D.; July 9 at Gillette (Wyo.) Thunder Speedway, which returns to the tour after a year’s absence; July 11 at Red River Co-op Speedway in Winnipeg, Manitoba (second year in a row that the series will visit the Canadian track); and July 12 at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, N.D., which has hosted the WoO LMS annually since 2006.

Other highlights of the 2013 schedule:

* An early-season swing to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark., on March 22 and Whynot (Miss.) Motorsports Park on March 23. Both tracks will be part of the WoO LMS for the first time.

* Three straight weekends of springtime racing in Southeastern states: North Carolina (Fayetteville Motor Speedway on April 19 and 311 Motor Speedway in Pine Hall on April 20); Tennessee (Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville on April 26 and Tazewell Speedway on April 27); and Georgia (Lavonia Speedway on May 3 and Swainsboro Raceway on May 4). The tour will visit Tazewell and Swainsboro for the fourth consecutive year; 311 for the second straight season; Fayetteville for the first time since 2010; Smoky Mountain for the first time since ’04; and Lavonia for the first time ever.

* The traditional spring midweek event at Delaware International Speedway in Delmar, which hosts the WoO LMS for the ninth time in 10 years on Thurs., May 30. The trip to the First State once again coincides with the NASCAR weekend at nearby Dover International Speedway.

* A stop at Stateline Speedway in Busti, N.Y., for the first time since 2006. The border track will run on Sat., June 1, two days after the event at Delaware International.

* Three races in the week preceding the Firecracker 100 – Canadian events on Thurs., June 20, at Brighton (Ont.) Speedway (a new addition to the series) and Sun., June 23, at Cornwall (Ont.) Motor Speedway and an Empire State showdown on Tues., June 25, at Canandaigua (N.Y.) Motorsports Park.

* Shawano (Wis.) Speedway will continue its midweek date preceding the USA Nationals when it presents the World of Outlaws for the fourth year in a row on Tues., July 30 (raindate of Wed, July 31), and Independence (Iowa) Motor Speedway will host a post-USA Nationals event for the third consecutive year on Mon., Aug. 5.

* A return to the Wolverine State for a weekend of action. Winston Speedway in Rothbury, Mich., will conduct a WoO LMS event for the third straight year on Fri., Aug. 16, with another Michigan date to be announced for Sat., Aug. 17.

* After drawing a standing-room-only crowd for its inaugural WoO LMS event in 2012, Little Valley (N.Y.) Speedway will hold an encore on Thurs., Aug. 22.

* Winchester (Va.) Speedway, which had its 2012 WoO LMS rained out, will dub its ’13 event on Sat., Aug. 24, the ‘Raye Vest Memorial.’ Details of the special race run in memory of 2011 Woo LMS champion Rick Eckert’s longtime car owner will be announced in the near future.

* The redesigned West Virginia Motor Speedway in Mineral Wells will lead off the Labor Day weekend with an event on Fri., Aug. 30. The tour competed at the track in 2010 but ’13 will mark the first World of Outlaws show on the shortened WVMS layout.

* A late-season doubleheader in the Midwest on Fri., Sept. 13, at Belle-Clair Speedway in Belleville, Ill., and Sat., Sept. 14, at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely, Mo. The St. Louis-area tracks teamed up for a well-received doubleheader earlier this season.

* A third annual visit to Rolling Wheels Raceway Park in Elbridge, N.Y., on Thurs., Oct. 10, as part of NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week, the annual showcase of Northeast DIRTcar Modified racing at the nearby one-mile New York State Fairgrounds.

Seven facilities are scheduled to host multiple WoO LMS A-Mains in 2013. Tracks set to run three races are Bubba Raceway Park, Lernerville and Volusia, while two events will be contested at Screven, Cedar Lake, Selinsgrove, Berlin and The Dirt Track at Charlotte.

Five tracks will host the WoO LMS for the first time in 2013: I-30, Whynot, Lavonia, Brighton and Selinsgrove

For the most up-to-date schedule information on the WoO LMS, visit

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2013 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Schedule

(as of 11/29/2012) Schedule subject to change. Check for the latest information.

Date Day Track/Location Win Laps

Feb. 8 Friday Screven Motor Speedway/Sylvania, GA $8,000 40

Feb. 9 Saturday Screven Motor Speedway/Sylvania, GA $10,000 50

Feb. 15 Friday Bubba Raceway Park/Ocala, FL $7,000 40

Feb. 16 Saturday Bubba Raceway Park/Ocala, FL $10,000 50

Feb. 17 Sunday Bubba Raceway Park/Ocala, FL $20,000 75

Feb. 21 Thursday Volusia Speedway Park/Barberville, FL $10,000 50

Feb. 22 Friday Volusia Speedway Park/Barberville, FL $10,000 50

Feb. 23 Saturday Volusia Speedway Park/Barberville, FL $10,000 50

March 22 Friday I-30 Speedway/Little Rock, AR $10,000 50

March 23 Saturday Whynot Motorsports Park/Whynot, MS $10,000 50

March 24 Sunday TBA

April 5-6 Fri./Sat. Farmer City Raceway/Farmer City, IL $20,000 100

April 12-13 Fri./Sat. Wayne County Speedway/Orrville, OH $20,000 100

April 19 Friday Fayetteville Motor Speedway/Fayetteville, NC $10,000 50

April 20 Saturday 311 Motor Speedway/Pine Hall, NC $10,000 50

April 26 Friday Smoky Mountain Speedway/Maryville, TN $10,000 50

April 27 Saturday Tazewell Speedway/Tazewell, TN $10,000 50

May 3 Friday Lavonia Speedway/Lavonia, GA $10,000 50

May 4 Saturday Swainsboro Raceway/Swainsboro, GA $10,000 50

May 25-26 Sat./Sun. Tyler County Speedway/Middlebourne, WV TBA TBA

May 30 Thursday Delaware International Speedway/Delmar, DE $10,000 50

June 1 Saturday Stateline Speedway/Busti, NY $10,000 50

June 20 Thursday Brighton Speedway/Brighton, ONT $10,000 50

June 23 Sunday Cornwall Motor Speedway/Cornwall, ONT $10,000 50

June 25 Tuesday Canandaigua Motorsports Park/Canandaigua, NY $8,000 40

June 27 Thursday Lernerville Speedway/Sarver, PA $6,000 30

June 28 Friday Lernerville Speedway/Sarver, PA $6,000 30

June 29 Saturday Lernerville Speedway/Sarver, PA $30,000 100

July 5 Friday TBA

July 6 Saturday Deer Creek Speedway/Spring Valley, MN $10,000 50

July 8 Monday Black Hills Speedway/Rapid City, SD $8,000 40

July 9 Tuesday Gillette Thunder Speedway/Gillette, WY $8,000 40

July 11 Thursday Red River Co-op Speedway/Winnipeg, MAN $10,000 50

July 12 Friday River Cities Speedway/Grand Forks, ND $10,000 50

July 13 Saturday TBA

July 30 Tuesday Shawano Speedway/Shawano, WI $10,000 50

Aug. 1 Thursday Cedar Lake Speedway/New Richmond, WI $6,000 30

Aug. 2-3 Fri./Sat. Cedar Lake Speedway/New Richmond, WI $50,000 100

Aug. 5 Monday Independence Motor Speedway/Independence, IA $10,000 50

Aug. 16 Friday Winston Speedway/Rothbury, MI $10,000 50

Aug. 17 Saturday TBA

Aug. 22 Thursday Little Valley Speedway/Little Valley, NY $10,000 50

Aug. 24 Saturday Winchester Speedway/Winchester, VA TBA TBA

Aug. 30 Friday West Virginia Motor Speedway/Mineral Wells, WV $10,000 50

Aug. 31 Saturday Selinsgrove Speedway/Selinsgrove, PA TBA TBA

Sept. 1 Sunday Selinsgrove Speedway/Selinsgrove, PA TBA TBA

Sept. 13 Friday Belle-Clair Speedway/Belleville, IL $10,000 50

Sept. 14 Saturday Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55/Pevely, MO $10,000 50

Sept. 20 Friday Berlin Raceway/Marne, MI TBA TBA

Sept. 21 Saturday Berlin Raceway/Marne, MI TBA TBA

Oct. 10 Thursday Rolling Wheels Raceway Park/Elbridge, NY $10,000 50

Nov. 7 Thursday The Dirt Track at Charlotte/Concord, NC

Nov. 8 Friday The Dirt Track at Charlotte/Concord, NC $10,000 50

Nov. 9 Saturday The Dirt Track at Charlotte/Concord, NC $10,000 50


Due to scheduling conflicts and the short amount of time between now and our season finale, SMS has decided to combine the Food City Fall Brawl with the Triple Crown.

Saturday, November 3rd will now be:
“Tearin’ the tops off Triple Crown Brawl
SRRS Supers LM’s $3,000 to win
Limited LM’s $2,500 to win
Modified Streets $2,000 to win
($2,000- 20+ cars, $1,500-15+ cars, $1,000- 10+ cars)

Limiteds and Modified Street will be Fall Brawl Rules!
(one exception Limiteds will be Topless)

$75 Entry Fee for both classes at the gate
$50 Entry Fee if prepaid

Please mail pre payments to:
Smoky Mountain Speedway
PO Box 6136
Maryville, TN 37802

More details to be released soon!

Fall Brawl Night 3 Sunday, Oct 7th Canceled

Due to the high possibility of rain in the forecast accompanied with low Temperatures, and the best interest of fans and racers in mind, we have made the decision to cancel night 3 of the Fall Brawl tomorrow. Follow MRM and our website for our decision on rescheduling.













Crate Rules for Nov 3rd Triple Crown

Crate Rules for Triple Crown

GM , Nesmith, or Fastrak Seals : Any other Seals , Call Bill Bunch, up to 12″ Spoiler
E-85 Allowed NO E-100
Must weigh 2350 after the race

American Racer: 48 and 56
Crate USA: 21 and 55
Hoosier: 1600 and 1350, FT 200, FT 400, and FT 600

Any questions on rules please call Bill “Buck” Bunch at (865) 388-7482.

Buckingham Wins At Smoky Mountain Speedway

September 22nd, 2012 – Late Model driver Shannon Buckingham was back in Mod Lite action Saturday night. Shannon made it pretty convincing that late model experience pays off as he is the second winner of the weekend from the late model ranks of dirt track racing. After winning Friday night at Spring City Raceway, Ross White won the first heat race at Smoky Mountain and Shannon Buckingham picked up the second heat race win. That put the two late model aces on the front row for the 15 lap main event paying $400 to win.

Twelve cars made the field for Saturday’s showdown. At the drop of the green Buckingham and White checked out fast. The racing was fast and furious behind them. The rest of the field swapped positions numerous times in the background while White gave chase to Buckingham. Just when the race seemed to settle down disaster struck at the end of the back stretch. Tony Kelly in the 3K car made the slightest contact with Jeremy Holtzclaw sending the 3K for a ride that won’t soon be forgotten. Tony walked away in pain from a destroyed race car and was taken to the hospital for precautionary measures. You can watch a live on board of the accident here:

After a lengthy red flag to clear the track the race resumed with Buckingham and White up front. The race behind them settled down again. White made one last attempt at the lead on the last lap but spun himself out. Ross made a complete 360 degree spin out of it all the while never losing 2nd place. Buckingham went on to victory lane after passing post race tech followed by White, Knoedler, Stout, VanWhy, Trent, Jones, Kelly, Holtzclaw, Maples, Rowland and Jones.

Billy Ogle Jr. continues RED HOT surge during Southern All Stars stop at Smoky Mountain


Billy Ogle Jr. continues RED HOT surge during Southern All Stars stop at Smoky Mountain
(NASCAR Sprint Cup driver and 2011 Daytona 500 Winner Trevor Bayne makes first SAS start)

By Chris Tilley (SAS) and Richard Allen (

MARYVILLE, TN (September 22, 2012)—Billy Ogle Jr. being unstoppable would be an understatement.

The defending Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series champion won his fifth straight Super Late Model event, and third straight SAS victory on Saturday Night September 22nd at the Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, TN. Ogle’s victory was his second straight Super Late Model victory at Smoky Mountain where he started his ‘drive for five’ on August 11th. Ogle has won five straight events coming in Southern Regional Racing Series, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and now three in a row with the Southern All Stars. This was Ogle’s sixth victory of 2012.

Ogle began the night by setting fast time in qualifying with a lap of 15.801 seconds around the 4/10 mile clay oval. The Southern All Stars lock in the top-10 drivers onto the starting grid through time-trials so Vic Hill, Mark Douglas, Randy Weaver, Riley Hickman, Skylar Marlar, Tommy Kerr, Dillon Wood, David Crabtree and Stacy Boles were able to avoid the heat races as they were set for the feature early in the evening.

Derek Ellis and Skip Arp won the two heat races used to set the remainder of the 23 car field. Finishing 2nd to Arp in the second heat was 2011 Daytona 500 winner Trevor Bayne, who was making only his second Super Late Model start on dirt. Bayne’s previous start came on August 24th during the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned Scorcher at Volunteer (TN) Speedway.

At the drop of the green flag for the 50 lap feature, Ogle darted to the early lead with Hill and Weaver trailing in his tire tracks. But it didn’t take long for Ogle and his Blount Motorsports car to seize complete control of the top spot as the #201 pulled away to a near straightaway lead after only three laps.
However, a seemingly unending string of cautions would continually tighten the pack. On lap 11 the first of what would ultimately be nine yellow flags waved over the field. Minor spins and a series of flat tires claimed the likes of Weaver (twice), Hill, Kerr and Mike Weeks. Some of the drivers involved in the cautions would continue but a number fell out as only thirteen machines were left running at the finish.
On each ensuing restart after a caution Ogle would storm back to a commanding lead as others fought for the right to chase him. In the beginning it was Hill and Weaver who would battle for the runner up spot but both had tire issues that would set them back. Eventually, Hickman and Crabtree waged a tremendous contest for the 2nd position while Ogle remained out of reach throughout the race’s second half.

Ultimately, Ogle was never seriously challenged for the top spot as he cruised to another victory. Following the winner to the checkered flag were Riley Hickman, David Crabtree, Dillon Wood, Vic Hill, Mark Vineyard, Derek Ellis, Tommy Kerr, Trevor Bayne and Dylan Ames.

Ogle came to the $5,000 victory while driving the Larry Garner owned, Blount Motorsports & Excavating, Cherokee Millwright & Mechanical, Grady & King Construction, GEO Services, Massey Electric Company, Stowers CAT sponsored Custom Race Engine powered Rocket Chassis.

Official Summary of Results
Smoky Mountain Speedway-Maryville, TN
Round #12 of 2012 Season (September 22)
Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series Late Models

1. Billy Ogle Jr.-Knoxville, TN
2. Riley Hickman-Chattanooga, TN
3. David Crabtree-Maryville, TN
4. Dillon Wood-Daytona Beach, FL
5. Vic Hill-Mosheim, TN
6. Mark Vineyard-Powell, TN
7. Derek Ellis-Chatsworth, GA
8. Tommy Kerr-Maryville, TN
9. Trevor Bayne-Knoxville, TN
10. Dylan Ames-Harvest, AL
11. Josh Henry-Newport, TN
12. Skylar Marlar-Winfield, TN
13. Jeff Neubert-Rockford, TN
14. Greg Estes-Jonesboro, VA
15. Robby Moses-Friendsville, TN
16. Randy Weaver-Crossville, TN
17. Stacy Boles-Claxton, TN
18. Skip Arp-Georgetown, TN
19. Mike Weeks-Friendsville, TN
20. Johnny Chastain-Murphy, NC
21. Mark Douglas-Knoxville, TN
22. Kayne Hickman-Soddy Daisy, TN
23. Ellery Leake-Maryville, TN

Yellow Flags: Nine (laps 11, 11RS, 13, 16, 18, 27, 36, 37, 41)
Red Flags: None
Lap Leaders: Ogle (1-50)
VP Racing Fuels Fast Time: Billy Ogle Jr.-15:801 seconds
Series Provisionals: None used
Entries: 23

Hoosier Racing Tire Last Chance Showdown #1 Finish: Derek Ellis, Mark Vineyard, Mike Weeks, Johnny Chastain, Jeff Neubert, Kayne Hickman, Ellery Leake

Hoosier Racing Tire Last Chance Showdown #2 Finish: Skip Arp, Trevor Bayne, Robby Moses, Josh Henry, Dylan Ames, Greg Estes

2012 Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series Sponsors
*Hoosier Racing Tire “The Official Race Tire” of the Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series
*VP Racing Fuels “The Official Fuel” of the Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series
*Arizona Sport Shirts “The Official Merchandise Vendor” of the Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series

2012 Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series Supporters Include: Schaeffer’s Racing Oil by Elaine White, Gotta Race, AR Bodies, Brodix Cylinder Heads, Cruise with the Champions, MSR Mafia Web Design and Service and H3 Performance Graphics.

2012 Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series event winners:
# 1-April 7-Jimmy Owens-Newport, TN (Cleveland Speedway)
# 2-April 14-Vic Hill-Mosheim, TN (Smoky Mountain Speedway)
# 3-May 5-William Thomas-Phenix City, AL (Talladega Short Track)
# 4-May 12-Skip Arp-Georgetown, TN (Cleveland Speedway)
# 5-May 26-Randy Weaver-Crossville, TN (Whynot Motorsports Park)
# 6-May 27-Randy Weaver-Crossville, TN (Magnolia Motor Speedway)
# 7-June 16-Vic Hill-Mosheim, TN (Smoky Mountain Speedway)
# 8-June 23-Randy Weaver-Crossville, TN (Talladega Short Track)
# 9-July 28-Randy Weaver-Crossville, TN (Talladega Short Track)
# 10-August 18-Billy Ogle Jr.-Knoxville, TN (Cleveland Speedway)
# 11-September 15-Billy Ogle Jr.-Knoxville, TN (Cleveland Speedway)
# 12-September 22-Billy Ogle Jr.-Knoxville, TN (Smoky Mountain Speedway)

Remaining Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series events:
October 6-Talladega Short Track-Eastaboga, AL-$3,500 to win NASCAR SPRINT CUP WEEKEND
October 27-Toccoa Speedway-Toccoa, GA-$3,500 to win GA STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS
November 17-Cleveland Speedway-Cleveland, TN-$5,000 to win GOBBLER
November 18-Cherokee Speedway-Gaffney, SC-$10,000 BLUE/GREY 100