Friday, June 15, 2018
The Lucas Oil Southern States Midgets are in the house tomorrow night and the USCS Winged Outlaw Sprint Cars are coming to town next Saturday, June 23rd!!!
Saturday - June 16th at Cochran Motor Speedway
The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Crate Late Models, the CCS Air & Electrical Bombers, the Heartland EMS Pure Stock, the Baldwin Builders Supply Sportsman, the Hot Shot 440s and the Last Air & Electrical Jr Enduro will all be racing! Plus, the Lucas Oil Southern States Midgets!
The Baldwin Builders Supply Sportsman will also complete their rained out event from last month and then do single lap qualifying to line-up a second feature!!!
Wide open dirt car racing and the wild action of the open wheel midgets - - - BEST OF ALL - - - Look at the low, low ticket prices! This is the one you do not want to miss!!!
Grandstand Tickets are $10; kids 6-10 are $5; and kids 5 & Under are FREE
Pit Passes are $30; kids 6-10 are $15; and kids 5 & under are FREE
Grandstands and Pits Open at 5pm. Hot Laps at 7pm.
We fire the engines for racing at 8pm.
Thursday, June 14, 2018
|(Photo from Mark Whitener Motorsports Facebook page.)|
By now, most of you know about the 2018 Borderline Brawl that is going to be held on August 11th at the All-Tech Raceway in
People have started getting excited. The Enduro/Thunderstock class has always
been one of the classes at the heart of racing. The working class, if you will.
These guys work their butts off day in and day out to provide for their
families and then maybe have a little left over to go out and enjoy the sport
they love on the weekends. The Borderline Brawl is Deep Dixie Racing’s attempt to
recognize those drivers, their family, their crew members and their fans on one
special weekend during the year, Our
goal is to make the 2018 Borderline Brawl one to remember and to set a standard
for future Borderline Brawl events. Lake City, Florida
Activities are being planned for all ages. Friday night after practice we are planning on having a band to provide entertainment. Saturday, before the race, activities such as face painting for the kids, a dunking booth, possibly a cornhole tournament and much more are being looked at.
Prizes for all drivers who gain entry into the main event are being sought as well as other incentives.
After sharing some of these thoughts about making the Borderline Brawl special with folks this past weekend down at
’s Powell Memorial,
you wouldn’t believe the response that was received from those connected to the
racing community. Lots of prizes and gifts have already been promised. Volusia Speedway
Really coming through for Deep Dixie Racing and the 2018 Borderline Brawl was Mark Whitener Motorsports. Because of their love and respect for this class of racing, Mark and Bridgette Whitener have committed to being the title sponsor for this year’s event. For that, we at Deep Dixie Racing are grateful.
Make plans now to attend the 2018 Borderline Brawl presented by Mark Whitener Motorsports.
Additional opportunities exist for other sponsorships and prizes. All sponsors will be recognized in a commemorative racing program as well as in posts and videos. If you want to come on board and contribute, please contact Leo Johnson, Dale Hall, or Joe Kelly. Their contact information is listed below.
Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Many of you know by now about the Borderline Brawl which was announced last week. This event is scheduled to be run at All-Tech Raceway on August 11th in Lake City, Florida. What you may not know about is the amount of interest that it is generating.
It has been one week to the day that this event was announced. Below is the post where the Borderline Brawl was announced:
As you can see them mentioned above, several people immediately came on board to begin helping get the word out. And get the word out they did. Eric James, Sean Casey and Allen Haire went to work sharing information about the Brawl to all their friends and acquaintances especially the ones at Racing Trash Talk, their private Facebook group. (Warning: Racing Trash Talk is not for the feint of heart or cupcakes.)
By Thursday, Leo Johnson was able to present a payout for the Enduro/Thunderstock race at the Borderline Brawl.
Submitted by Terri Phillips Thornton
Submitted by Ted Austad
Photo credits: Francis Hauke
(Senoia, GA – June 10, 2018) Zach Leonhardi of Cartersville dominated the thirty-lap main event for the Super Late Models at Senoia Raceway Saturday night. The seventeen-year-old just obtained his license to drive legally on the streets of Georgia this past week, but he showed everyone he has known how to drive a racecar for a long time beating the three-time defending champion Clint ‘Cat Daddy’ Smith by over four seconds. It was the young guns first career victory behind the wheel of a Super Late Model and first time back into victory lane at Senoia Raceway since he raced legends cars a few years back.
“It feels to great to get our first win,” said Zach afterwards. “What a car.”
Joining Leonhardi in victory lane during Saturday night’s important double points event were Hamilton’s Thomas Lewis in the Limited Late Models, Alabama’s Todd Morrow in the Crate Late Models and Macon’s Cory Compton in the Late Model Sportsman. The Hobby winner was Keith West of Powder Springs while Newnan’s Dorough Bright and Tommy Faulkner won again in the Bombers and Mini respectively. Alabama’s Dean Williams topped the Hot Shots class and Franklin’s Tanner Collins won for the third time in the beginner Chargers division.
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Submitted by Ted Austad
Photo credits: Francis Hauke
(Senoia, GA – June 3, 2018) It was a rough road to victory lane on Saturday night as Senoia Raceway hosted the Summer Sizzler 2018. Excessive rains for the past week, including showers during the morning and afternoon, resulted in a wet, soggy and rough surface for the drivers to compete upon. But those that maneuvered their cars through the tough spots and kept their foot on the floor while also staying focused on the checkered flag, were the ones who came home victorious.
Alabama’s Jimmy Thomas topped the stellar field of forty-three entries for the Late Model Sportsman while Tennessee’s Ronnie Johnson collected the win for the Limited Late Models. LaGrange’s Dusty Jones smoked the field in the Crate Late Models finally pulling the monkey of his back with a feature win.