Saturday Night’s Big Winner Was… Jul21

Saturday Night’s Big Winner Was…

The crafty officials of East Bay Raceway Park offered Billy Boyd Jr. an extra $300 if he could start shotgun on the field and win it Saturday night and he came up one spot short, finishing behind feature winner Tim George. Rounding out the podium was Kerry Gilbert. To follow up on the Team Florida in Georgia USCS travails, Mother Nature picked up the wins Friday and Saturday night.

This Weekend’s Sprint Car Races – 07.17.14. Jul18

This Weekend’s Sprint Car Races – 07.1...

So Saturday night’s big show is the East Bay Sprints, oddly enough, at East Bay Raceway Park. Most likely all eyes will be on Billy Boyd and AJ Maddox, two drivers who have taken to having a strong disliking for each other on the track. Of course, we at FloridaSprintCarFans.com are in full support of this behavior as we’re big believers that local programs need heroes and villains to put butts in seats and get the fans to booing and cheering drivers. We don’t care who you boo or cheer for, just pick one and go for it. Now some of the usual suspects in the East Bay Sprints wars as of late are up in Georgia at the moment as...

Florida To Invade Georgia. Jul15

Florida To Invade Georgia.

So this week the United Sprint Car Series has got some 360 sprint car action going on up across the border and we hear a bunch of Florida teams are heading on up to partake. Where should you be telling Google Maps you want to drive to if you’re the road trip type or really just hate your job and are looking for a good reason to get fired? Thursday, July 17 – Lavonia Speedway at Lavonia, GA. Friday, July 18 – Boyd’s Speedway at Ringold, GA Saturday, July 19 – Dixie Speedway at Woodstock, GA Your webmaster can vouch for Dixie Speedway as I spent two years of my life living in the Atlanta suburbs, a period of...

Citrus County Race Report – 07.05.14.

Date: July 5, 2014 Track: Citrus County Speedway Series: Citrus County Wingless Sprints Number of Sprint Cars: 16 Track Grade: C+. there where some questionable schedule changes due to the rain, but we got the race in.. Crowd Grade: C. It looked like rain for most of the day and there was a chance that we would have been rained out, plus it was a holiday weekend, so I was not surprised.  Series Grade: B. Not the usual car count, but hey, it was a holiday weekend, and we were able to see some new faces. Heat Winners: Mickey Kempgens, Stephen Bradley and Keith Butler. Feature Winner: Mickey Kempgens. Hard Luck Award: This is going...

Wednesdays With Wayne.

It’s Wednesday. This is Wayne Davis. This is his promo video. You will watch it.

Saturday’s big winners were… Jul07

Saturday’s big winners were…

At Citrus County Speedway, 16 sprint cars checked in to do battle. Mickey Kempgens debuted a new car he recently picked up in Indiana, a new team owner, but the result was a familiar one – parked it in victory lane. Coming home second was Herb Neumann Jr., who was piloting the #18 normally driven by Shane Butler, who was up in the middle of the country competing in the King of the Wing races. Rounding out the podium was Matt Alfonso. On the FMRA undercard, Mike Belusar picked up the TQ...