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Johnson and McCaskill Score Victories in Spring Fling

LUCAMA, NC – Justin Johnson got his redemption at Southern National Motorsports Park in the first of two Late Model Stock Car twins on Saturday night while Bradley McCaskill scored his biggest Southern National victory in the second twin. Johnson came to Southern National with something to prove after finishing second in the Thanksgiving Classic last fall.  Teamed up with Robert...
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3 days ago

COLE ROUSE & JOSH BERRY REMEMBERED AS WINNERS DURING CARS TOUR RACE TO REMEMBER 250

CONCORD, NC (August 27, 2017) – During a night dedicated to the memory of fallen soldiers and first responders from the region, Cole Rouse and Josh Berry were remembered by departing fans as winners during the Race To Remember 250 at Concord Speedway on Saturday night. Both drivers improved their championship hopes with the victories with one race remaining in the series schedule...
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August 27, 2017

Andrew Grady Scores Upset Victory at Southern National

LUCAMA, NC – Andrew Grady flipped the script in the first of two Late Model Stock Car races at Southern National Motorsports Park on Saturday night, holding off a field which included three-time NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion Lee Pulliam to score the victory. The Knightdale, North Carolina driver had plenty of confidence entering the race after setting the fast...
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August 20, 2017
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ST: Lee Pulliam puts on a show at Southern National; Jonathan Findley clinches track championship

LUCAMA, NC – Lee Pulliam exercised his muscle to sweep twin Late Model feature races but it did not come easy for the two-time NASCAR Whelen All-American Series (NWAAS) national champion. Pulliam, who came in fresh off a win at Motor Mile Speedway (Virginia) on Saturday night, spent much of the first race mired in a side-by-side battle with Raleigh, North Carolina’s Bradley McCaskill...
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Setzer Breaks Through for Maiden Win While Berry Stays Undefeated in CARS Tour Action at Orange County

Brandon Setzer (Super Late Model) broke through to win his first CARS Tour and Super Late Model race at Orange County Speedway on Saturday night, literally driving his guts out in a dominant performance.  And in a wild and action-packed Late Model Stock event, Josh Berry survived more than half-dozen restart challenges from Deac McCaskill to win his second straight CARS Tour race...

Tommy Lemons Jr. Takes Second Win of 2014 at SNMP

Both Deac McCaskill and Tommy Lemons Jr. came into Saturday night's Memorial Day 290 needing a win to help turn their season around.  At the end of 100 laps at Southern National Motorsports Park, one driver came out on top of both the podium and track point standings.   Lemons was the first car out in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock qualifying, setting a fast time...

Pulliam Sweeps Mom's the Bomb 320 at SNMP

He says he doesn't particularly look at points until mid-summer, and that right now he's just racing for wins and seeing how the team can do, but at the moment Lee Pulliam is atop the Southern National Motorsports Park rankings.   The two-time NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champion came into the Mom's the Bomb 320 twin-75 lap events second in SNMP points (fourth in national...

Pulliam, Garbo Split Easter Bunny 320

In the Southern National Motorsports Park season opener, Lee Pulliam won by coming from the back of the field, passing 20 cars on the way to victory. Saturday night he made it look much easier, winning from the pole in the first 75 lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock event.  In a race that saw only one caution on Lap 50 for debris, Pulliam masterfully weaved his...
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