Ujunkdit.com September 24th Results

Southern All Stars Super LM
1. 201 Billy Ogle Jr.
2. 22T William Thomas
3. 4T Tommy Kerr
4. 4 Mark Vineyard
5. 52D Mark Douglas
6. 97 Bobby Giffin
7. C5 David Crabtree
8. 22 Mike Weeks
9. 8 David Payne
10. 14 Terry Wolfenbarger
11. F4 Sammie Russell
12. 7 Robby Moses
13. 10 Chad Ogle
14. 29M Gary McPherson
15. 007 Hunter Best
16. 5 Matt Barrett
17. A1 Kayne Hickman
18. 31 Skip Arp
19. 3 Steve Smith
20. 8x Ronnie Payne
21. 34 Ellery Leake
22. 129 Jason Welshan
23. 007x Roger Best

Crate Late Model
1. 24 Greg Martin
2. 17 Jacob Grizzle
3. C5 David Crabtree
4. 4 Mark Vineyard
5. T1 Todd Brooks
6. 49 Jed Emert
7. 5 David Young
8. 42 Wes Tilley
9. 10 Chris Wilson
10. 15 Jamison Settlemyre
11. 31 Eric Whitener
12. 23 Layne Clifton
13. 129 Jason Welshan
14. 89 Brad Coffey

Modified Street
1. J3 Tim Kilby
2. OZ Jon Cook
3. 4 David Price
4. 00 Lloyd Hall
5. 00 Isaac Boring
6. 1 James Price
7. EZ1 Chad Mclemore
DQ: 10B Bradley Lewelling

Pure Mini
1. 3 Ronnie Bibbons
2. 24 Donavon Muse
3. 17 Dustin Holt
4. 5 Marty Phillips
5. 94 Kevin Burchfield
6. 11 Jeremy Teffeteller

Tearin’ the tops off!

(Maryville,TN) The Southern Regional Racing Series will be “Tearin’ the Tops Off!” on Saturday, October 15th for their season finale at the historic Smoky Mountain Speedway! Anticipation of a fast and exciting show will be high after the last SRRS race, “The Ole Smoky Moonshine Classic”, that saw Billy Ogle jr battle wheel to wheel for 35 laps with first time winner Casey Roberts of Toccoa,GA. The season finale will follow the Friday night SRRS race at Boyd’s Speedway which will also be topless! Stay tuned for more info including support divisions and start times or visit www.smokymountainspeedway.com

Billy Ogle dominates SAS event

Billy Ogle dominates Southern All Stars event at Smoky Mountain

By admin | September 25, 2011
By Richard Allen
Knoxville’s Billy Ogle, Jr. used what could be considered a home track advantage to earn the title ‘King of the Mountain’ and take over the lead in the Southern All Stars series standings to boot.
Ogle’s Blount Motorsports car owner, Larry Garner, is a part owner in the Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee. With his team shop just a few miles away from the 4/10 mile clay oval, Ogle could enjoy a short ride back home with a trophy, a crown and a $5,000 check in his possession.
At the start of the night, another Knoxville driver, Mark Douglas, asserted himself as an early favorite by claiming the pole position with a fast lap of 15.880 seconds. Ogle found himself barely locked into the starting lineup by posting the 10th fastest lap in time trials and just avoiding a run in the heat races.
Chad Ogle and Mark Vineyard won the two heat races for those who qualified outside the top-10 in time trials.
At the start of the 50 lap feature event, outside front row starter Skip Arp bolted to the lead with Douglas, William Thomas and Matt Barrett trailing. Barrett, normally a crew member, was driving the Bloomquist Race Car normally piloted by Eric Jacobsen.
While Arp cruised through the first third of the event, the competition was intense from 3rd through 10th as drivers jockeyed for position and a chance to move up and challenge the top-3 of Arp, Douglas and Thomas. Ultimately, it was Ogle who would make the boldest of moves to gain spots as his #201 Rocket chassis found traction on the low side of the speedway.
By lap 13, Ogle had already made his way up to 3rd place when he brushed by Thomas. Then, by lap 15 he powered around Douglas and immediately began closing the gap on Arp.
At lap 19 Ogle made a move under Arp for the lead as the two cars roared through turn two. At just the moment Ogle looked to move into the top spot, Arp’s car slowed dramatically with what appeared to be rear end damage after a brush with the outside wall. ‘The Professor’ did not return to the race.
From that point Ogle was on cruise control, having only to endure a couple of restarts in the final ten laps of the event.
At the finish it was Ogle, Thomas, Tommy Kerr, Mark Vineyard, Douglas, Bobby Giffin, David Crabtree, Mike Weeks, David Payne and Terry Wolfenbarger.
Ogle, who entered the race trailing Thomas by two points in the SAS standings, took the series lead with his victory.
In the Crate Late Model feature, Greg Martin lead every lap to claim the $1,000 first prize. Jacob Grizzle, David Crabtree, Mark Vineyard and Todd Brooks followed the leader to the checkered flag. The race had a scary moment in which driver Jameson Settlemyre had his car flip and sail wildly through the turn two fence and land upside down completely outside the track. Settlemyre was uninjured in the crash.

Tomorrow Night SAS Fall Classic

Hope to see everyone out Tomorrow night for the Ujunkdit.com King of the Mountain Fall Classic!

The race will be headlined by the jet pilots of the Southern All-Stars, racing 50 laps for the $5000 first place money! A cool $1000 will go to the Crate Late Models in their 25 lapper. Smoky View Auto Parts Modified Streets will run 15 laps for $500! And don’t forget the always wild Pure Minis gunning 15 laps for $250 to win. General Admission is only $15, kids 6-12 $5, kids 5 & under are FREE! A fun time in Tier parking is only $25, kids $15. Pit passes $35 We hope everyone has enjoyed the wild and wooly action at Smoky Mountain so far, now let’s see who can be “The King of the Mountain”!  Gates open at 3pm in the pits, 5pm in the grandstands, with hot laps at 6:30. We’ll see you there!



1st 50 kids through the grandstand gate will get a checkered Flag to cheer on their favorite drivers, so arrive early!!