Friday, August 1st Schedule

Friday, August 1st
Ray Cook’s Southern Nationals
3pm – Pit Gates open
4pm – Grandstands/Tier Parking open
6:30pm – Drivers Meeting @ Pit Concession
Crate Late Models
Super Late Models
Limited Late Models
Classic Cars
Crate LM 2 Laps
Super LM 2 Laps
Limited LM 2 Laps
Classic Cars 1 Lap
Super LM Fast Dash 4 Laps
Super LM B-Mains 10 Laps
Crate LM 20 Laps
Super LM 53 Laps
Limited LM 25 Laps
Classic Cars 15 Laps

Intermission for Izzi Details

pink balloonsFANS AND DRIVERS:
We have changed the normal schedule around a bit in order to assure daylight and have adequate time to honor Izzi.

We will tentatively be having Intermission AFTER Qualifying. During this time we will ask drivers to take up a Helmet collection for the Leach Family. Ray Cook will then take us into Prayer/ Devotion and drivers will lead a Balloon release on the front stretch Grandstand area.

SMS and 411 have stickers available for drivers to display on their cars for the weekend. Both tracks will also be selling Izzi window stickers made by Fellow racer Jason Trammell. All proceeds collected by Window sticker sales will also be donated to the Leach family.

Smoky Mountain Speedway wants to thank all Drivers, Fans, and Followers for all the love and support you have show for the Leach Family during this time.

See you tonight!!

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Prayers for Mark Leach and Family

Our heart breaks for the Leach Family, Please send prayers up for strength and healing for this family, as Heaven Gained a sweet Angel, Izzy.

Words can not express our sadness for Mark and the Family at this time.

Mark runs in the Limited LM Division at Smoky Mountain and several other area tracks


Sexton, Denton headline 2014 SMS Hall of Fame class

facebooktwitterAfter being idle for 4 years, the Smoky Mountain Speedway Hall of Fame has resumed and named its members for the 2014 class. Induction ceremony for the new members will take place at the speedway on September 20.

The newest members inducted into the SMS HOF are Scott Sexton, Billy Palmer, Dewey Floyd, Jim Hunter, and Bobby Denton.

Sexton was a force in a dirt late model racing in East Tennessee from the mid 80′s until he had to step away from driving a few years ago due to health issues. Sexton earned the nickname “Superman” for his daring moves on the racetrack. Sexton passed away in early 2013.

Scott Sexton at Atomic Speedway in 2002.

Billy Palmer has seen success in both dirt late models and open wheel modifieds. Palmer was a regular fixture in Smoky Mountain Speedway’s victory lane from the mid 80′s to the early 90′s. Palmer also garnered a number of wins at Atomic Speedway in the open wheel modified division.

Dewey Floyd won a number of features and track championships in the modified street division at SMS. Floyd was a regular at SMS, then moved to the late model division when the modified street division was phased out. He has a number of late model wins to his credit as well.

A new category for the Hall of Fame is the induction of one member from the asphalt era of the speedway. The category is for area racers that saw success at SMS during its asphalt days in the late 60′s until the late 70′s. This year’s asphalt era inductee is Jim Hunter. Hunter was teammates with Joe Neubert where the pair won numerous races at SMS. Hunter won the pole for a NASCAR Grand National race in 1967 and posted two top 5 finishes in NASCAR action at SMS. Hunter passed away in 2010.

The contributor category inductee is Bobby Denton. Many know Denton as the public address announcer for the Tennessee Volunteers at Neyland Stadium. But Denton was the PA announcer at Maryville Dragstrip before becoming the PA announcer at Smoky Mountain Speedway. Denton later became the announcer at Talladega Super Speedway when former SMS general manager Don Naman hired him in the early 70′s. Denton passed away earlier this year.

Bobby Denton (left) interviews Richard Petty at Smoky Mountain Raceway in 1971.

The hall of fame induction ceremony takes place on Saturday, September 20 at Smoky Mountain Speedway during intermission for the Southern All-Stars program.

Southern Nationals Series Starts Monday for Ultra-Busy Slate of Races


Southern Nationals Series Starts Monday for Ultra-Busy Slate of Races

By Chris Tilley, Series Publicist

BRASSTOWN, NC (July 17, 2014)—Two of the busiest weeks of racing in the Southeast gets kicked off on Monday July 21st with the running of the Tenth Annual Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series presented by Old Man’s Garage.

The two week mini-tour kicks off Monday July 21st at Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Va. paying $3,500-to-win. The Super Street, Modifieds, Pro-Mini and U-Car divisions will all be on the racing card and racing action is set to begin at 8:00 pm on Monday Night. Last year’s event winner at Wythe Raceway was Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C.

411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn. will be one of two new venues on this year’s schedule as the series will roll into the beautiful Smoky Mountains on Tuesday Night July 22nd paying $3,500 to win. The Sportsman, Street Stock and Mini Stock classes will all be on the racing card. Action will kick off at 7:30 on Tuesday Night.

Modoc Raceway in Modoc, S.C. returns to the schedule for the first time on Thursday Night July 24th paying $3,500-to-win since the track hosted the first-ever series race back in July of 2005. The Crate Late Models and Super Street will join in the racing program that night with action kicking off at 7:00 pm.

On Friday Night July 25th the Southern Nationals competitors travel to Swainsboro (Ga.) Raceway for Round # 4 of the tour paying $5,300-to-win while the Crate Late Models, Super Street, Mini Stock, Road Warriors and 440’s will all be on the racing card for the evening’s events. Action will get started with 7:00 pm Hot Laps. Last year at Swainsboro, Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga. rolled from his fourth place starting spot to claim the event victory.

Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Ga. will host the series on Saturday Night July 26th paying $5,300 to win during the 15th annual Rebel Yell event. The Crate Late Models, Super Street and Pure Street divisions will all be on tap for the night’s events. Action will kick off with 7:00 pm Hot Laps.

At Modoc Raceway, Swainsboro Raceway and Screven Motor Speedway there will be added purses and bonuses for the Crate Late Model and Super Street divisions. Read about all that information on the track’s websites.

On Sunday Night July 27th, Round # 6 of the series will bring action to the Rome Speedway in Rome, Ga. paying $5,300-to-win. The Steel Head Late Model, Crate Late Model, Econo Bombers, Super Bombers, Pony Stocks and Street Cruisers will all be in action as cars will hit the track around 7:00 for action. William Thomas of Phenix City, Ala. claimed last year’s event victory.

Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. will host Round # 7 of the tour for the first-time as the SNS competitors will be competing for the $3,500 top prize during NASCAR Night at the track featuring NASCAR Sprint Cup Series star Austin Dillon and his younger brother NASCAR Nationwide Series driver Ty Dillon. The Crate Late Models, A Hobby, B Hobby and Pony divisions will all be on tap for the night’s events as action will start around 7:00 pm.

On Thursday Night July 31st the series will roll into Duck River Raceway Park for Round # 8 on the tour paying $3,500-to-win. The 2-Barrel Late Models, Crate Late Models, Street Stocks and Pure Pony divisions will share the stage during the track’s Thursday Night special event. Action will kick off around 7:00 pm Central Time. Eric Jacobsen of Rio Del Mar, Cal. claimed last year’s thrilling victory after charging from ninth spot to do battle with eventual runner-up Billy Ogle Jr. and Chris Madden.

Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tenn. will host Round # 9 of the tour presented this year by Food City on Friday Night August 1st. This will mark the series’ third appearance to the track located just minutes from Knoxville. The event pays $5,300-to-win while the Limited Late Models, Crate Late Models and Classic Cars will all be in action. Action will kick off with 7:00 pm hot laps. Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C. charged from his sixth place starting spot to claim last year’s top prize.

On Saturday Night August 2nd the tour will finish the ten race journey with a $5,300-to-win event at the Gary Hall owned high-banked oval. The Late Model Sportsman, Modified Street, Pure Street, Four Cylinders and Classic Cars will all be on the racing card with action set to begin at around 7:30 pm. Jonathan Davenport went on to claim his second series championship with the event victory last season at the track known as the ‘Bad Fast Taz’. Tazewell has been the only track on the tour that has hosted the finale every season.

Eleven drivers have given intentions on trying to complete the entire tour. Those drivers include: Stacy Boles of Clinton, Tenn., Anthony Burroughs of Minden, La., Kenny Collins of Colbert, Ga., Vic Hill of Mosheim, Tenn., Eric Jacobsen of Rio Del Mar, Cal., Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., Pierce McCarter of Gatlinburg, Tenn., Donald McIntosh of Dawsonville, Ga., Billy Ogle Jr. of Knoxville, Tenn., Casey Roberts of Toccoa, Ga. and Austin Smith of Cedartown, Ga.

Each Night, the tour will feature a complete show of Practice, FK Rod Ends Qualifying, B-Mains and the Main events (either 35 or 53 laps in distance). A $100 entry fee will be charged each night and transponders will be available for rent at each event. At the first series event, provisional starting spots will be based on one from last year’s Southern Nationals Series points and this year’s final Spring Nationals Series points if needed.

The Southern Nationals Series will feature a points fund in excess of $15,000 with $5,053 going to the Series Champion, second place receives $2,553, third place receives $2,053, fourth place receives $1,553, fifth place receives $1,053, sixth place receives $753, seventh place receives $653 and eighth place in series points will receive $553 along with all other prefect attendance drivers. Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA is the defending series champion. Purses in excess of $200,000 will go out the door in just ten days of racing.

In addition to the Southern Nationals and Spring Nationals Series point funds, the series has announced a Combined Bonus for the top five drivers who finish the highest with both tours. The overall top driver from each series will receive $5,053, with second place receiving $2,553, third place receiving $2,053, fourth place receiving $1,553 and fifth place receiving $1,053.

A possible $15,000+ could be won by Billy Ogle Jr. this season if he wins the Spring and Southern Nationals with points fund monies from both tours and the Combined Bonus Money. Also, if a driver was to at least run fifth in both tours, he could receive $3,159 with point funds and the combined bonus.

The highest finishing CT525 engine or Spec engine in the A-Main each night will receive a $200 cash bonus. Also, the highest finishing Steel Headed engine Late Model will receive a $200 cash bonus. If a 525/Spec or Steel head engine wins the race, then the $200 bonus will be given to the highest finishing open engine super late model.

Also, the highest finishing CT525 and/or Spec engine driver along with the Steel Head driver will be brought to Victory Lane each night and will be joining the top three feature drivers and will be given an award as well. If a 525/Spec or Steel head engine wins the race, then they will join the other drivers in Victory Lane each night.

For more information on the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series presented by Old Man’s Garage please call Promoter Ray Cook at (828) 360-5353, Series Publicist Chris Tilley at (606) 219-1723 or log on . Be a follower of the Southern Nationals on Twitter by following @SoNationals.

2014 Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series Schedule:
Monday July 21-Wythe Raceway-Rural Retreat, VA-$3,500 to win/35 laps
Tuesday July 22-411 Motor Speedway-Seymour, TN-$3,500 to win/35 laps
Thursday July 24-Modoc Raceway-Modoc, SC-$3,500 to win/35 laps
Friday July 25-Swainsboro Raceway-Swainsboro, GA-$5,300 to win/53 laps
Saturday July 26-Screven Motor Speedway-Sylvania, GA-$5,300 to win/53 laps
Sunday July 27-Rome Speedway-Rome, GA-$5,300 to win/53 laps
Tuesday July 29-Boyd’s Speedway-Ringgold, GA-$3,500 to win/35 laps
Thursday July 31-Duck River Raceway Park-Wheel, TN-$3,500 to win/35 laps
Friday August 1-Smoky Mountain Speedway-Maryville, TN-$5,300 to win/53 laps
Saturday August 2-Tazewell Speedway-Tazewell, TN-$5,300 to win/53 laps

$3,500 to Win Event Purse:
1) $3,500, 2) $2,000, 3) $1,200, 4) $800, 5) $600, 6) $580, 7) $570, 8) $560, 9) $550, 10) $540, 11) $530, 12) $520, 13) $510, 14) $500, 15) $490, 16) $480, 17) $475, 18) $470, 19) $465, 20) $460, 21) $455, 22) $450 — $16,705 TOTAL

$5,300 to Win Event Purse:
1) $5,300, 2) $2,500, 3) $1,500, 4) $1,000, 5) $900, 6) $800, 7) $750, 8) $725, 9) $700, 10) $675, 11) $650, 12) $630, 13) $620, 14) $610, 15) $600, 16) $590, 17) $580, 18) $570, 19) $560, 20) $550, 21) $540, 22) $530 — $21,880 TOTAL

Series Tire Rule for Wythe, Modoc, Swainsboro, Screven, Boyd’s, Smoky Mtn. & Tazewell:
Hoosier Racing Tire: 1300, 1350, 1600, LM 40, Crate 21.
American Racer: 44, 48, 56.

Series Tire Rule for 411, Rome & Duck River:
Hoosier Racing Tire: 1350, 1600, LM 40, Crate 21.
American Racer: 48, 56.

Special Thanks to the following Southern Nationals Series Supporters: Schaeffer’s Oil, Old Man’s Garage, Tennessee R.V. Sales & Service Super Center, American Race Tires, AR Bodies, Barry Wright Race Cars, Delph Communications, Dyer’s Top Rods, FK Rod Ends, Graphic Impressions, GW Performance, Hoosier Racing Tire, Keyser Manufacturing, MasterSbilt Race Cars, Ohlins Shocks, Performance Rod & Custom, Racing Radios, The Joie of Seating, Vic Hill Racing Engines, VP Racing Fuels, Wiles Racing Driveshafts, Will Kinzer Foundation and Wilwood Engineering.

411 Motor Speedway
632 Maryville Highway
Seymour, TN 37865
PH: (865) 257-7223
Promoter: Mitch McCarter

Boyd’s Speedway
1481 Scruggs Road
Ringgold, GA 30736
PH: (706) 891-6803
Promoters: David Duplissey & Dale McDowell

Duck River Raceway Park
1100 Haskins Chapel Road
Lewisburg, TN 37091
PH: (931) 684-8200
Promoter: Bob Harris
**NOTE** Track operates in Central Time Zone

Modoc Raceway
1133 Washington School Road
Modoc, SC 29838
PH: (706) 825-9870
Promoter: Jim Cushman

Rome Speedway
1933 Chulio Road
Rome, GA
PH: (706) 235-2541
Promoter: Mickey Swims

Screven Motor Speedway
6118 Savannah Highway
Sylvania, GA 30467
PH: (912) 857-4884
Promoter: James “Redd” Griffin

Smoky Mountain Speedway
809 Brickmill Road
Maryville, TN 37801
PH: (865) 856-8989
Promoter: Casey Moses

Swainsboro Raceway
586 Modoc Road
Swainsboro, GA 30401
PH: (478) 252-1300
Promoter: Paul Purvis

Tazewell Speedway
1400 Bacchus Road
Tazewell, TN 37879
PH: (423) 626-2222
Promoter: Gary Hall

Wythe Raceway
164 Race Track Road
Rural Retreat, VA 24368
PH: (276) 686-4261
Promoters: Fred & Susan Brown


Smoky Mountain Speedway
Maryville, TN

Friday, July 11th 

Ultimate Firecracker 500
presented by Tennessee RV Sales & Service Supercenter


1.  Randy Weaver # 116
2.  Casey Roberts # 101
3.  Vic Hill # 1
4.  Billy Ogle, Jr. # 201
5.  Dennis “Rambo” Franklin # 2
6.  Tommy Kerr # 4t
7.  Bobby Giffin # 97
8.  Anthony Burroughs # 1
9.  Mark Vineyard # 4
10.  Jeff Smith # 00
11.  Jonathan Edwards # 32
12.  Brian Ledbetter # 07
13.  Kenny Compton, Jr. # 10
14.  Skip Arp # 31
15.  Jason Welshan # 1g
16.  Dusty Carver # 9
17.  Doug Sanders # 42
18.  Chad Ogle # 10
19.  Chris Ferguson # 22
20.  Cory Hedgecock # 23
21.  Aaron Ridley # 81
22.  David Payne # 8
23.  Danny Yoder # 2
24.  Mark Douglas # 52d

Did Not Qualify:  Hunter Best (00), Robby Moses (7), Stacy Boles (11b), Benji Shaw (18), Jaylon Shannon (22), Ellery Leake (34), Brad Hall (47), Kevin Wilson (618)


1.  Jason Welshan # 29
2.  Brandon Williams # 95
3.  Adam Beeler # 66
4.  Greg Martin # 24
5.  Justin Summers # 99
6.  Tanner Works # T35
7.  Warren McMahan # 33
8.  Robert Edwards # 3r
9.  Greg Huskey # 32
10.  Brian Courtney # 71
11.  Chad Beeler # 10
12.  Todd Brooks # T1
13.  Brett Wyatt # 17
14.  Deke Waters # 66
15.  Hunter Best # 007
16.  Anthony White # 2x
17.  Brad Seagle # 31

Did Not Start:  Jed Emert (98), Matt Henderson (417)


1.  Jordan Horton # 56h
2.  Terry Poore # 2
3.  Chase King # 44
4.  Zach Shannon # Z1
5.  Tony Shannon # 78
6.  Ryan Carey # 555
7.  James Kelso # 49
8.  Joe Crabtree # 114
9.  Joe Freels # 5x
10.  Tony Lindsey # 42
11.  Leigh Ann Bivens # 1
12.  Josh Beal # 12
13.  Chris Whitted # 14w
14.  Justin Beeler # 25
15.  Brianna Kyle # 124


1.  Nick Perry # 19
2.  Kyle Courtney # 171
3.  Jacob Sharp # 1
4.  William Tallent # 18
5.  Frankie Huskey # 32
6.  Nathan Adams # 93
7.  Bobby Reichert # 22
8.  Allen Collins # 1a
9.  Debbie Singleton # 5
10.  Bryant Idles # BA2
11.  Nicholas Shelton # 21
12.  Michael Herron # 01
13.  Gavin Murphy # 18
14.  Marty Phillips # 5m
15.  Ray Simpson # 134

Did Not Start:  Anthony Raper (8), Chris Johnston (9)

Randy Weaver Goes the Distance in Ultimate Series Action at Smoky Mountain



Randy Weaver Goes the Distance in Ultimate Series Action at Smoky Mountain


By Chris Tilley

Smoky Mountain Speedway


MARVILLE, TN (July 11, 2014)—Smoky Mountain Speedway would host the Ultimate Super Late Model Series for the annual Firecracker 5000 presented by Tennessee R.V. Sales & Service Super Center and Randy Weaver of Crossville, Tenn. would claim the $5,000 payday tonight for his first-career Ultimate Series victory. Other event winners would be Jason Welshan of Maryville, Tenn. in the Crate Late Models, Jordan Horton of Sneedville, Tenn. in the Sportsman division feature and Nick Perry of Lenoir City, Tenn. in the Mini Stock A-Main.


Weaver rolled to victory while driving the Outlaw Race Parts, The Bailey Company, Precision One Trailer Parts and V.P. Racing Fuels sponsored Cornett Racing Engines powered Longhorn Chassis in his third outing in the new chassis.


“I can’t thank my sponsors enough, with this new Longhorn Chassis, Matt’s here tonight helping all three of us up there. A lot of good fans around here that support me and I love this race track, they’ve worked their tails off and got it pretty racy, it’s just good for the year I’ve had, it’s really good to be here and let alone win the race, that race car is really good,” exclaimed an excited Weaver in a rare press box victory lane interview.


Weaver attributes his success on the track tonight in thanks mostly to Longhorn Chassis. “We’ve set fast time either overall or in our group all three times and we ran second once and got in a little wreck once, those guys they have a good program going, I appreciate their help definitely want to thank Linda Cheek and all of that family that have supported me for years and I can’t thank them enough,” Weaver went on to say.


Randy Weaver and Jason Welshan brought the field of 24 to life for the start of the 50-lapper and Welshan would grab the point on the outside until the first caution would fly in turn two before a lap was complete. The trio of Anthony Burroughs, Danny Yoder and Jonathan Edwards would spin in turn two on the first yellow flag.


On the next try at a start, Weaver would get a good jump entering turn one and grab the lead on the opening lap with Welshan, Vic Hill, Dennis Franklin and Chris Ferguson in hot pursuit at the line. The next yellow would wave on lap five as Danny Yoder would slam the turn two wall.


On the restart, Casey Roberts would be the quick mover as he came from the sixth spot and would grab two spots down the back chute and hold the fourth spot on the next circuit.


The yellow flag would again wave on the eighth lap as Cory Hedgecock, who was making his first Super Late Model start, spun to the inside of turn two.


By this point, Weaver had stretched his lead to about ten car lengths in distance but on the restart, carnage would ensue as contact between Hill and Roberts coming off of turn two brought out the first red flag as seven cars piled up behind them on the back chute.


By the 12th circuit, as Weaver stretched out his lead, 11th starting Skip Arp would make his presence on the outside line known as he would begin to challenge for the fifth spot and duke it out with Franklin until a lap 17 yellow flag put Arp and Franklin side-by-side for the double-file restart as Arp would grab the spot on the last completed lap. Doug Sanders would bring out the yellow flag by slowing in turn two.


By the halfway point, Weaver would continue to show the way on the high-side with Welshan second, Hill third, Roberts fourth and Arp fifth. On the 31st lap, Welshan brought the Warrior House Car to the infield after dropping a solid line of oil on the bottom line. The yellow would wave directly after that as Jeff Smith brought his mount to a stop in turn four on lap 31 after he started 23rd and had worked his way to the ninth position.


On lap 33, fourth place driver Arp slowed going into turn one as Jeff Smith would also have a right-rear flat tire sending him to the work area.


On the restart Roberts rolled his Longhorn Chassis to the second spot around Vic Hill and then the next lap the yellow would fly as Kennie Compton Jr. and Bobby Giffin collected each-other on the back-chute.


Weaver would lead flag-to-flag for the $5,000 victory over Roberts, Hill, Billy Ogle Jr. and Franklin.


Official Summary of Results

Ultimate Super Late Model Series

Smoky Mountain Speedway-Maryville, TN

Friday Night July 11, 2014


Ultimate Super Late Model Feature Finish presented by Tennessee R.V.

1. Randy Weaver

2. Casey Roberts

3. Vic Hill

4. Billy Ogle Jr.

5. Dennis Franklin

6. Tommy Kerr

7. Bobby Giffin

8. Anthony Burroughs

9. Mark Vineyard

10. Jeff Smith

11. Jonathan Edwards

12. Brian Ledbetter

13. Kennie Compton Jr.

14. Skip Arp

15. Jason Welshan

16. Dusty Carver

17. Doug Sanders

18. Chad Ogle

19. Chris Ferguson

20. Cory Hedgecock

21. Aaron Ridley

22. David Payne

23. Danny Yoder

24. Mark Douglas


Time of Race: One hour, 11 minutes, 34 seconds.

Margin of Victory: 00.063 seconds

Yellow Flags: Eight (Laps 0, 5, 8, 8RS, 17, 31, 33, 36)

Red Flags: One (lap 8)

Lap Leaders: Weaver (1-50)

Provisional Starters: Jeff Smith and Brian Ledbetter

Entries: 32

Fastest Qualifier: Randy Weaver-15.881 seconds


Hoosier Racing Tire B-Main No. 1 Finish (6 laps, top 6 transfer): Skip Arp, David Payne, Anthony Burroughs, Danny Yoder, Jonathan Edwards, Bobby Giffin, Jeff Smith, Kevin Wilson, Ellery Leake, Robby Moses, Hunter Best.


American Race Tires B-Main No. 2 Finish (6 laps, top 6 transfer): Tommy Kerr, Aaron Ridley, Mark Vineyard, Dusty Carver, Mark Douglas, Doug Sanders, Brian Ledbetter, Jaylon Shannon, Benji Shaw, Stacy Boles, Brad Hall.


V.P. Race Fuels Super Late Model Qualifying:

1. 116-Randy Weaver/Crossville, Tenn. 15.881

2. 1g-Jason Welshan/Maryville, Tenn. 16.481

3. 1-Vic Hill/Mosheim, Tenn. 16.516

4. 2-Dennis Franklin/Gaffney, S.C. 16.531

5. 22-Chris Ferguson/Mt. Holly, N.C. 16.597

6. 101-Casey Roberts/Toccoa, Ga. 16.622

7. 10-Kennie Compton Jr./Bland, Va. 16.641

8. 201-Billy Ogle Jr./Knoxville, Tenn. 16.656

9. 10-Chad Ogle/Sevierville, Tenn. 16.708

10. 23-Cory Hedgecock/Loudon, Tenn. 16.762

11. 31-Skip Arp/Georgetown, Tenn. 16.820

12. 4t-Tommy Kerr/Maryville, Tenn. 16.828

13. 1-Anthony Burroughs/Minden, La. 16.938

14. 81-Aaron Ridley/Chatsworth, Ga. 17.010

15. 8-David Payne/Murphy, N.C. 17.051

16. 9-Dusty Carver/Englewood, Tenn. 17.066

17. 32-Jonathan Edwards/Clover, S.C. 17.115

18. 4-Mark Vineyard/Powell, Tenn. 17.119

19. 2-Danny Yoder/Knoxville, Tenn. 17.123

20. 11-Stacy Boles/Clinton, Tenn. 17.140

21. 34-Ellery Leake/Knoxville, Tenn. 17.190

22. 52-Mark Douglas/Knoxville, Tenn. 17.214

23. 00-Jeff Smith/Dallas, N.C. 17.330

24. 47-Brad Hall/Knoxville, Tenn. 17.331

25. 97-Bobby Giffin/Maryville, Tenn. 17.543

26. 42-Doug Sanders/Springwood, N.C. 17.573

27. 618-Kevin Wilson/Stoneville, N.C. 17.613

28. 22-Jayon Shannon/Wartburg, Tenn. 17.710

29. 7-Robby Moses/Friendsville, Tenn. 17.790

30. 07-Brian Ledbetter/Dallas, N.C. 17.864

31. 007-Hunter Best/Maryville, Tenn. 18.354

32. 18-Benji Shaw/Tellico Plains, Tenn. 19.152


Crate Late Model Feature Finish: Jason Welshan, Brandon Williams, Adam Beeler, Greg Martin, Justin Summers, Tanner Works, Warren McMahan, Robert Edwards, Greg Huskey, Brian Courtney, Chad Beeler, Todd Brooks, Brett Wyatt, Deke Waters, Hunter Best, Anthony White, Brad Seagle.


Sportsman Feature Finish: Jordan Horton, Terry Poore, Chase King, Zach Shannon, Tony Shannon, Ryan Carey, James Kelso, Joe Crabtree, Joe Freels, Tony Lindsey, Leigh Bivens, Josh Beal, Chris Whitted, Justin Beeler, Brianna Kyle.


Mini Stock Feature Finish: Nick Perry, Kyle Courtney, Jacob Sharp, William Tallent, Frankie Huskey, Nathan Adams, Bobby Reichert, Allen Collins, Debbie Singleton, Bryant Idles, Nicholas Shelton, Michel Herron, Gavin Murphy, Marty Phillips, Ray Simpson.

LOLMDS Event Info Saturday, June 21st

Smoky Mountain Speedway
809 Brick Mill Rd.
Maryville, TN 37801
Date: Saturday, June 21st

Lucas Oil Ole Smoky Moonshine Classic

Presented by “Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine”

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series – $10,000 to win
Crate Late Models – $1,500 to win
Street Stocks – $500 to win

Pit Gates open at 12pm
Grandstands / Tier Parking open at 3pm
Drivers Meeting scheduled for 7pm
Hot Laps: 7:30
Feature Racing around 9pm

Grandstand Admission
Adults – $25
Children – ages 6-11 – $5
Children – 5 & under – FREE

Tier Parking Admission
Adults – $30
Children – ages 6-11 – $10
Children – 5 & under – FREE

Pit Passes
Adults – $40
Children – 11 & under – $15

Blankets and seat cushions are permitted in the Grandstands, Chairs are also permitted but only on the concrete bleachers; If you have high back seat please make sure to set as far up  so you don’t block the view of fans behind you. * Certain Larger chairs may not be allowed and you may be asked to move them if they do interfere with other fans.

Coolers are NOT permitted in the Grandstand area, however you can walk in with a few snacks and a drink.

Tier Parking is where vehicles can “tailgate” in their parking spot. Only one spot is allowed per vehicle. Coolers and small grills are permitted in this area. Concessions and restrooms are provided in this area as well.

Beer or any alcohol beverage will not be sold at this event.

We do have Handicap Parking and seating. Handicap seating is located as soon as you walk through the Grandstand Gates on the top few rows of the concrete bleachers.

Four Wheelers and ATV’s are only permitted with an All Access Pass of $40 Per Person. Please do not park theses anywhere you could block someone in.

Over Night Camping will be allowed for a $30 Charge for the Weekend, no hookups available, dry camping only. Camping Area is located in Tier Parking. (This is the second entrance off of Brick Mill Rd)

We do have a connection with a local Hotel on Alcoa Hwy for $89 Per night, they may be full now.. they were filling up pretty quick when I last spoke to them. The Hotel is Knoxville Airport Hilton

Pit Area for Drivers, Crew Members, and anyone seeking an All Access Pass; is located at the 3rd entrance off of Brick Mill Rd. (This is an actual Rd. Crye Rd)


Thank You for you Support and Please make plans to join us for some great racing at THE MOUNTAIN!!