Smoky Mountain Speedway is proud to announce its Hall of Fame class for 2016.

Smoky Mountain Speedway is proud to announce its Hall of Fame class for 2016.


The Smoky Mountain Speedway Hall of Fame picked up where the Atomic Speedway Hall of Fame left off in 2006. Anyone from either of those tracks were under consideration by the voting committee, as a number of deserving people from Atomic Speedway have not been inducted since the track’s closing. Those people, along with those from the asphalt era at Smoky Mountain Speedway, will continue to be inducted as long as those that are deserving remain eligible for induction.

As in the past, nominees were broken down into three different categories: drivers, contributors, and those from the track’s asphalt era.

This year’s class for the driver category is Jimmy Monroe, Danny Glass, and Bud Lunsford. The inductee in the contributor is former Atomic Speedway pit steward Harley “Fuzzy” Orange. The asphalt era inductee is Paul Lewis.

Each one will be inducted at a ceremony on Saturday, September 17 during the intermission of the Southern All-Stars event at Smoky Mountain Speedway. Each new inductee will receive a letter acknowledging their induction and information about the ceremony on Sept. 17.

Plans are also in the works to have a number of past inductees at the track to meet and greet fans. More details on the ceremony will be released leading up to the event.

Lucas Oil “Mountain Moonshine Classic” $12,000 to win; Saturday July 9th


For those of you that are unfamiliar with our track layout, below is a description.

Grandstand Gate is the FIRST Entrance coming From Hwy 411 South to Brick Mill Rd.

Tier Parking/ Camping is the SECOND Entrance

Pit Gate is the THIRD Entrance and is actually Crye Rd.

Tier Parking is a Tailgate atmosphere, where coolers and small grills are allowed. Parking is first come first serve and cannot be reserved. Please limit the use of tents and canopy’s unless you are on the back row.


A few notes regarding SATURDAYS Lucas Oil Event, July 9th:

Huge Crowd is expected this weekend.

SMS accepts Cash only

Pit Gates will be locked & will open at 12PM

Grandstands and Tier Parking open at 3PM, but chances are gates will open earlier. We can not allow traffic to block the road.

Tier Parking is a tailgate atmosphere, where you can park and watch from your vehicle, in the bed of your truck, or in a lawn chair.

Coolers and Small grills are allowed in tier parking.

Canopies are allowed in Tier Parking until cars hit the track, you can keep them up if you are on the very back row. (Not blocking views)

Camping is allowed in Tier Parking for $20 plus tickets

Oversized Vehicles in Tier will be $20 plus tickets

Arrive hungry, SMS offers full concessions at all gates, plus several food vendors will be onsite.

T-Shirts and Apparel will be available in the Grandstand Area

Fans please remember that chairs will only be allowed on the concrete areas of the grandstands. Small seatbacks and cushions are permitted elsewhere.

We ask that fans that are using large chairs use the top rows to prevent blocking others view.

If you are wanting a seat on the concrete bleachers please get to the track early.
Our stands can withhold large crowds, however, Seating may become limited

ABSOLUTELY no coolers or Large Bags in the grandstand area!

Pit passes will be available at each Gate, no one will be allowed in the pits without an armband!

There is a walking path from Tier to Pits

Pit Bikes are not allowed in the pits

Last but not least, have fun, bring a friend, and get ready to see an awesome show!
Thank you for your support and for choosing Smoky Mountain Speedway to spend your Saturday Night!

June 18th, 2016 Results- McIntosh captures drama filled Ultimate feature at SMS

Smoky Mountain Speedway
Maryville, TN

Saturday, June 18th


1. Donald McIntosh # 7
2. Ricky Weiss # 7
3. Casey Roberts # 101
4. Tommy Kerr # 4t
5. Kenny Collins # 1c
6. Dennis “Rambo” Franklin # 2
7. Derek Fisher # 38
8. Ross Bailes # 87
9. Anthony Sanders # 421
10. Bobby Giffin # 97
11. Skip Arp # 128
12. Johnny Pursley # 09
13. Roger Best # 007
14. Ray Cook # 53
15. Mark Douglas # 52d
16. David Crabtree # C5
17. Glenn Elliott # 5
18. Robby Moses # 21
19. Shanon Buckingham # 50
20. Skylar Marlar # 11
21. Jeremy Hines # 5h
22. Stacy Boles # 11b
23. Chris Ferguson # 22
24. Dusty Carver # 9
25. Mark Vineyard # 4

DID NOT QUALIFY: Brian Ligon (4), Sammie Russell (F4), Jeff Wolfenbarger (28), Tim Rucker (47)


1. Terry Poore # 2
2. Kelvin White # 00
3. Hunter Best # 007
4. Vann Lester # 50
5. Warren McMahan # 33
6. Chris Johnston # C9
7. Bryan Cooper # 15
8. Mike Moore # 17
9. Jed Emert # 98
10. Derek Blair # 82
11. Hunter Kerr # 4h
12. Adam Mitchell # 50
13. Phillip Thompson # 24


1. Chris Rickett # 36
2. Austin Neely # 3
3. Jeff McLemore # J3
4. Brady Lee # 31
5. Sam Burgess # 88
6. Travis Reno # 411
7. Tony Horton # 56
8. Chad McLemore # 3
9. Ben Sexton # 6
10. Robbie Comer # 42
11. Dale Jackson # 99

DID NOT START: Jon Cook (0z), Ty Crisp (T11)


Donald McIntosh captures drama filled Ultimate feature at Smoky Mountain

McIntosh began the night by setting fast time in qualifying when he posted a lap of 16.980 seconds around the 4/10 mile clay oval located just south of Maryville, Tenn. Chris Ferguson, Ray Cook, Ricky Weiss, Skip Arp, Kenny Collins, Anthony Sanders, Dennis Franklin, Casey Roberts and David Crabtree joined the pole winner in being locked into the starting lineup based on they efforts in time-trials.Donald McIntosh cruised to the Ultimate win at SMS

Donald McIntosh cruised to the Ultimate win at SMS

If someone simply took a look at the race summary of the Ultimate Super Late Models event at the Smoky Mountain Speedway they might see that the driver who qualified on the pole led the majority of the laps and went on to win the race and thus assume that it was not a particularly event show. That assumption would be wrong as Donald McIntosh did win the $5,000 feature on Saturday night but the evening was filled with dramatic moments.

Mark Douglas and Bobby Giffin won the two B-main races used to set the remainder of the starting lineup for the main event.

The first bit of drama occurred as the cars were rolling onto the front straightaway to line up for the feature race. The machine driven by Ferguson, who was considered one of the pre-race favorites, became the focus of attention. With the car leaking fuel, crew members began to work under the hood. Initially, it looked as if there was little hope of making repairs in time to take the green flag as the car was pushed to the infield. However, spare parts from the team hauler arrived just in time to get the popular driver on track and back into his outside front row starting position before the start of the race.

At the start of the 40-lap feature it was Ferguson who went to the early lead after a lap long side-by-side battle with McIntosh on the race’s initial circuit. Weiss, Cook and Arp followed the lead duo during the early stages of the event.

However, the complexion of the race changed on the seventh lap when Ferguson began waving his arm out the window of his racer as the cars roared down the front stretch to alert his fellow competitors that he was pulling off the track. The early leader was done for the night and the race lead was handed to McIntosh.

A spin by Roger Best brought out the race’s second caution on lap 15 and set the stage for the most dramatic moment of the event. On the ensuing restart, Weiss attempted to move around Cook on the low side to take the second position. Upon completing the pass, Weiss slide up the track and into Cook’s lane. The two cars came together, sending Cook bouncing off the outside wall and then back into the path of oncoming traffic.

That melee collected at least six cars, most with enough damage to be retired from the race.

From that point, the race ran caution free, allowing McIntosh to drive away and then cruise to the checkered flag. However, there was intense racing behind the leader as the likes of Roberts, Collins, Franklin and 18th starting Tommy Kerr battled for positions within the top-5 during much of the race’s second half.

With just two laps remaining, the third running machine of Arp slowed and coasted into the pit area with the checkered flag almost in sight.

McIntosh scored his second Ultimate/Battle of Bluegrass win of the season at Smoky Mountain.

Feature Finish: 1. Donald McIntosh, 2. Ricky Weiss, 3. Casey Roberts, 4. Tommy Kerr, 5. Kenny Collins, 6. Dennis Franklin, 7. Derek Fisher, 8. Ross Bailes, 9. Anthony Sanders, 10. Bobby Giffin, 11. Skip Arp, 12. Johnny Pursley, 13. Ray Cook, 14. Mark Douglas, 15. David Crabtree, 16. Glenn Elliott, 17. Robby Moses, 18. Shanon Buckingham, 19. Skylar Marlar, 20. Jeremy Hines, 21. Stacy Boles, 22. Chris Ferguson, 23. Dusty Carver, 24. Mark Vineyard

Scott Bloomquist scores WoO Late Models triumph at Smoky Mountain

Scott Bloomquist proved to be dominant on Saturday at SMS

Scott Bloomquist entered Saturday night as the defending champion of the ‘Mountain Outlaw 50’ event at Smoky Mountain Speedway sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Late Models and east Tennessee driver ended the night with a second consecutive victory in the race held at the historic Maryville, Tenn. facility. The National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame member picked up a check valued at $10,000 for his efforts in front of a full grandstand.

Chris Madden began the night by setting fast time in Group A qualifying and overall when he posted a time of 15.797 seconds around the 4/10 mile clay oval. The South Carolina native beat out former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series regular Joey Coulter, Rick Eckert and Skip Arp in that group.

Bloomquist proved to be the fastest in Group B time-trials with a lap of 16.037 seconds to beat out Josh Richards, Mike Marlar and Ricky Weiss for the honors in that group.

Madden bested Eckert, Dale McDowell and Eric Wells in the first heat race of the night while Billy Moyer, Jr. took the checkered flag in the second preliminary ahead of Casey Roberts, Darrell Lanigan and Coulter.

Bloomquist won the third heat ahead of Marlar, Brandon Overton and Ray Cook while Richards took the fourth and final heat over Donald McIntosh, Weiss and Greg Johnson.

The WoO Late Models Series employs a redraw for the top-2 finishers in each heat to set the starting lineup for the first four rows in the main event. That redraw placed Roberts on the pole for the feature with Richards, Bloomquist, Eckert, McIntosh, Madden, Marlar and Moyer following.

Roberts surged to the early lead at the start of the 50-lap feature with Bloomquist, Madden, Richards and McIntosh in his wake. Soon after the waving of the green flag, however, Bloomquist began to close in on the race leader and apply pressure. At the same time, Richards had designs on wresting the third spot away from Madden as the two raced just behind the lead duo.

Richards(1) battles Madden

Richards(1) battles Madden

The torrid pace of the top-2 runners quickly caused them to encounter slower traffic as they caught the tail of the field on the eighth lap of a race that ultimately run caution free over its entire distance. It was while racing in that traffic where Bloomquist find an opportunity to seize the top spot away from Roberts as on lap 15 the No. 0 machine made his way to the top of the leader board where he would remain for the rest of the night.

Meanwhile, Madden and Richards continued their battle for position as they closed in on Roberts and eventually shuffled him back to the fourth position after a prolonged battle between those three racers.

Marlar(157) passes by McDowell

Marlar(157) passes by McDowell

Marlar worked his way into contention as he passed by McDowell for sixth on lap 23 then cracked the top-5 with a pass on McIntosh one lap later. The No. 157 finally made its way to fourth with a late race move to get around Roberts.

Over the closing laps, Bloomquist went unchallenged while Richards continued to fight Madden for the runner-up spot right to the checkered flag.

Bloomquist and crew celebrate in Smoky Mountain victory lane

Bloomquist and crew celebrate in Smoky Mountain victory lane

Feature Finish:1. Scott Bloomquist, 2. Chris Madden, 3. Josh Richards, 4. Mike Marlar, 5. Casey Roberts, 6. Donald McIntosh, 7. Dale McDowell, 8. Steve Francis, 9. Rick Eckert, 10. Billy Moyer, Jr., 11. Darrell Lanigan, 12. Brandon Overton, 13. Ricky Weiss, 14. Eric Wells, 15. Greg Johnson, 16. Shane Clanton, 17. Morgan Bagley, 18. Chub Frank, 19. Steve Casebolt, 20. Chase Junghans, 21. Frank Heckenast, Jr., 22. Don O’Neal, 23. Joey Coulter, 24. Jared Landers, 25. Brian Shirley, 26. Ray Cook, 27. David Crabtree

Saturday, May 7th, 2016 Results

Smoky Mountain Speedway
Maryville, TN

Saturday, May 7th

4th Annual Mountain Outlaw 50


1.  Scott Bloomquist # 0
2.  Chris Madden # 44
3.  Josh Richards # 1
4.  Mike Marlar # 157
5.  Casey Roberts # 101
6.  Donald McIntosh # 7
7.  Dale McDowell # 17m
8.  Steve Francis # 15
9.  Rick Eckert # 7
10.  Billy Moyer, Jr. # 21jr
11.  Darrell Lanigan # 15
12.  Brandon Overton # 76
13.  Ricky Weiss # 1
14.  Eric Wells # 18
15.  Greg Johnson # 88
16.  Shane Clanton # 25
17.  Morgan Bagley # 14m
18.  Chub Frank # 99b
19.  Steve Casebolt, Jr. # C9
20.  Chase Junghans # 18
21.  Frank Heckenast, Jr. # 99jr
22.  Don O’Neal # 5
23.  Joey Coulter # 2
24.  Jared Landers # 777
25.  Brian Shirley # 3s
26.  Ray Cook # 11b
27.  David Crabtree # C5

DID NOT QUALIFY:   Kaine Hickman (H3), Mark Vineyard (4), Tommy Kerr (4t), Tommy Bailey (11), Skylar Marlar (11), Austin Smith (11), Shanon Buckingham (21b), Robby Moses (21m), Gregg Satterlee (22), Jeff Wolfenbarger (28), Mack McCarter (51), Mark Douglas (52d), Jordan Horton (56h), Tod Darda (91), Tyler Erb (91), Bobby Giffin (97), Skip Arp (128), Billy Ogle, Jr. (201)


1.  Jed Emert # 98
2.  Andy Ogle # 68
3.  Michael Courtney # C11
4.  Heath Alvey # 7
5.  David Kerr # 14
6.  Philip Thompson # 24
7.  Zach Shannon # Z1
8.  Terry Poore # 2
9.  Kip Sawyer # 44
10.  Westley Lester # 06
11.  Kelvin White # 00
12.  Brandon Miller # 89
13.  DJ Shannon # D22
14.  Jeremy Shannon # 22
15.  Shannen Reece # 68
16.  Adam Mitchell # 50
17.  Derek Blair # 82
18.  Bryan Cooper # 15
19.  Ryan Carey # 555
20.  Mike Moore # 17

DID NOT START:  Issac Boring (00)


1.  Chris Rickett # 36
2.  Tony Horton # 56
3.  Ty Crisp # T11
4.  Chad McLemore # 3
5.  Jeff McLemore # J3
6.  Robbie Comer # 42
7.  Tim Kilby # 99
8.  Jeff Ferguson # 24

DID NOT START:  Jon Cook (0z), Tracy McPeak (34)

Smoky Mountain Speedway’s ‘Mountain Outlaw 50’ Up Next on Saturday May 7th


    Smoky Mountain Speedway’s ‘Mountain Outlaw 50’ Up Next on Saturday May 7th

    Contact: Chris Tilley, CT Marketing
    Smoky Mountain Speedway Public Relations
    606-219-1723 |

    MARYVILLE, Tenn. – May 2, 2016 – The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series will make a scheduled appearance at “America’s Special Events Track” the Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tenn. this Saturday Night May 7th for the Fourth Annual Mountain Outlaw 50 presented by NAPA Auto Parts.

    In addition to the Outlaws gunning for the $10,000 payday, the Sportsman Late Models will race for $1,200-to-win and the Street Stocks will compete for $800-to-win.

    Previous Outlaw winners at Smoky Mountain Speedway include: Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga. in 2013; Rained out in 2014; and Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn. in 2015.

    Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.V. leads the field of World of Outlaws regulars to the double-dip with Ponderosa (Ky.) Speedway Friday and Smoky Mountain Speedway Saturday. Richards holds a 130 point lead over defending WoO LMS champion Shane Clanton, while Rick Eckert of York, Pa. and Brian Shirley of Chatham, Ill. are tied for third in the series points while Brandon Overton of Evans, Ga. is fifth in the points.

    The pits will open on May 7th at Noon, while the grandstand and tier parking gates open at 3:00 pm, and the driver’s meeting is set for 7:00 pm and hot laps will roll out around 7:30 pm. Adult general admission for the May 7th event will be $25.00. Adult tier parking is $30.00 per person and adult pit passes are $40.00.

    During the last racing event on April 23rd, Mike Marlar claimed the $5,000 payday over Skip Arp and T.J. Reaid during the Southern Allstars-sanctioned WIMZ 103.5 Rockin’ with the Stars race. Derek Hagar of Marion, Ark. claimed the feature victory with the USCS Outlaw Thunder 360 Sprint Series on April 23rd while David Hall of Tampa, Fla. drove to victory lane in the USCS 600 Mini Sprint Series event.

    Donald McIntosh of Dawsonville, Ga. claimed the $5,000 prize in the Ultimate Super Late Model Series / Ultimate Battle of the Bluegrass event on Saturday April 2nd. Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn. the $15,000 payday during the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series-sanctioned Tennessee Tipoff Classic on March 12th over Randy weaver, Mike Marlar, Darrell Lanigan and Dale McDowell.

Further information on the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series can be obtained by logging on to .

The Smoky Mountain Speedway is located at 809 Brickmill Road in Maryville, TN 37801. The track phone number is (865) 856-8989. You can obtain further information on Smoky Mountain Speedway by logging on to . Be a follower of Smoky Mountain Speedway on Twitter by following @SMOKYMTNSPEED.

Upcoming Smoky Mountain Speedway Events:
(Saturday) May 7-World of Outlaws Late Model Series-$10,000 to win
(Saturday) June 18-Ultimate Super Late Model Series-$5,000 to win Big Daddy 500

Track Layout and Gate Locations

For those of you that are unfamiliar with our track layout, below is a description.

Grandstand Gate is the FIRST Entrance coming From Hwy 411 South to Brick Mill Rd.

Tier Parking/ Camping is the SECOND Entrance

Pit Gate is the THIRD Entrance and is actually Crye Rd.

Tier Parking is a Tailgate atmosphere, where coolers and small grills are allowed. Parking is first come first serve and cannot be reserved. Please limit the use of tents and canopy’s unless you are on the back row.


Mike Marlar Scores Third Career Southern All Star Win At Smoky Mt Speedway

Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series
P O Box 189 Fayetteville, TN 37334 256-924-4546

FOLLOW THE SOUTHERN ALL STAR DIRT RACING SERIES @: www.facebook/ twitter @sasdirt



Mike Marlar Scores Third Career Southern All Star Win At Smoky Mt Speedway

MARYVILLE, TN–The Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series made its first stop of the 2016 season along with the USCS Sprint cars at the Smoky Mt Speedway and in front of a huge crowd Mike Marlar of Winfield, TN., took the Southern All Stars portion of the program to collect his third career win with the series. Marlar jumped into the lead from T J Reaid and went on to take the $5,000 payday.
Marlar set fast time in White Performance qualifying group one, with T J Reaid fastest in group two to set up the front row.

At the drop of the green flag Marlar took the top spot over Reaid, while Skip Arp batted with Casey Roberts for the third spot, Arp finally got around Roberts for the third spot and then started to run down Reaid, while Riley Hickman moved under Chris Ferguson to take over the fifth spot.

The caution came out on lap six as Jeff Wolfenbarger spun in turn one and two. Marlar then jumped ahead of the field while the second and third place battle between Reaid and Arp and fourth place between Roberts and Hickman were very intense as the four drivers raced each other hard and clean.

Arp finally got by Reaid and then set his sights on Marlar, but he could not run him down in the remaining laps and had to take home the second place finish in his best run with the series in years, third place went to Reaid, fourth place to Hickman and Tommy Kerr of Rockford, TN., made a strong run from his 10th starting position for a fifth place finish.

Finishing in the sixth spot was Chris Ferguson Holly, NC., seventh Dylan Ames of Harvest, AL., eighth to Derek Ellis of Chatsworth, GA., ninth Eric Wells of Hazard, KY., and tenth to Shannon Buckingham of Maryville, TN.,

The next event for the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will be on Saturday night April 30th at the Talladega Short Track NASCAR Weekend 40 lap $4,000 to win

For more information concerning the Southern All Star contact Lynn Acklin – General Manager: 256-924-4546

FINISH SMOKY MT SPEEDWAY; 1.Mike Marlar; 2.Skip Arp; 3.T J Reaid; 4.Riley Hickman, 5.Tommy Kerr; 6.Chris Ferguson; 7.Dylan Ames; 8.Derek Ellis; 9.Eric Wells; 10.Shannon Buckingham; 11.Dennis Franklin; 12.Brad Skinner; 13.Jake O’Neil; 14.James Kelso; 15.Jim Rogers; 16.Robby Moses; 17.Billy Ogle Jr; 18.Roger Best; 19.Bobby Giffin; 20.Dusty Carver; 21.Casey Roberts; 22.Jeff Wolfenbarger; 23.Mark Douglas; 24.David Crabtree
DNS: Skylar Marlar; Tommy Taylor; Kayne Hickman

SOUTHERN ALL STAR POINTS STANDINGS:1.Casey Roberts 348; 2.Brad Skinner 312; 3.Brandon Overton 286; 4.Jim Rogers 280; 5.Riley Hickman 278; 6.Jordy Nipper 184; 7.Chris Ferguson 182; 8.Dale McDowell 164; 9.Todd Morrow 160; 10.Ahnna Parkhurst 158.



White Performance Group Qualifying: Group A Mike Marlar 16.507 Group B 16.316
PPM Racing Products B Main: Mark Douglas-Dennis Franklin
AR Bodies Last Car Lead Lap: Dennis Franklin
COR Suspensions 10th Place Finisher: Shannon Buckingham
36 Racing & Fabrication Hard Charger: James Kelso
Race Car Engineering Hard Luck Award: Tommy Taylor

AR Bodies Challenge: 1.Brad Skinner 84; 2.Dillon Tidmore 44; 3.Shannon Buckingham 24; 4.Jim Rasey 21; 5.James Kelso 20; 6.Robby Moses 18, 7.Billy Ogle Jr 16.


April 30-Talladega Short Track-Eastaboga, AL., $4,000
May 7-Thunderhill Raceway-Summertown, TN-$4,000
May 14-Senoia Raceway-Senoia, GA-$5,025

2016 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Sponsors:
*Hoosier Racing Tire “The Official Race Tire” of the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series *Patriot Sports “The Official Merchandise Vendor” of the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series *Sunoco Race Fuel “The Official Racing Fuel” of the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series

2016 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Marketing Partners Include: AR Bodies, Brodix Cylinder Heads, Butlerbuilt Racing Seats, COR Suspensions, Cruise with the Champions,, H3 Performance Graphics, Integra Racing Shocks, , MSR Mafia Web Design and Service, PPM Racing Products,, The Joie of Seating,, 36 Racing & Fabrication, Racecar Engineering

-Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series -P.O. Box 189-Fayetteville, Tennessee 37334-

April 23rd Rockin’ with the Stars Feature Results

Smoky Mountain Speedway
Maryville, TN

Saturday, April 23rd


1.  Mike Marlar # 157
2.  Skip Arp # 128
3.  T.J. Reaid # 41r
4.  Riley Hickman # R1
5.  Tommy Kerr # 4t
6.  Chris Ferguson # 22
7.  Dylan Ames # 77a
8.  Derek Ellis # 99
9.  Eric Wells # 18
10.  Shanon Buckingham # 21b
11.  Dennis “Rambo” Franklin # 2
12.  Brad Skinner # 17r
13.  Jake O’Neil # J0
14.  James Kelso # 41
15.  Jim Rogers # 71k
16.  Robby Moses # 21m
17.  Billy Ogle, Jr. # 201
18.  Roger Best # 007
19.  Bobby Giffin # 97
20.  Dusty Carver # 9
21.  Casey Roberts # 101
22.  Jeff Wolfenbarger # 28
23.  Mark Douglas # 52d
24.  David Crabtree # C5

Did Not Qualify:   Kaine Hickman (H3), Tommy Taylor (10), Skylar Marlar (11)


1.  Derek Hagar # 9jr
2.  Anthony Nicholson # 16
3.  Terry Gray # 10
4.  Morgan Turpen # 10m
5.  Curt Terrell # 27
6.  Nick Snyder # 116
7.  Terry Witherspoon # 43
8.  Aubrey Black # 21
9.  Brandon McLain # 21b
10.  Jeff Willingham # 28
11.  Jake McLain # 67
12.  Brandon Taylor # 07
13.  Marshall Skinner # 26
14.  Don Ryder # 12
15.  Ray Bugg # 25
16.  Darren Orth # 34
17.  Danny Sams III # 24

Did Not Start:  Tony Agin (38), Tanner Witherspoon (99)


1.  David Hall # 67
2.  Dirk Miller # 68
3.  Remeno Loyal # 2x
4.  Matt McCullough # 14
5.  Aubrey Black II # 0
6.  Kyle Amerson # 29
7.  Connor Morrell # 28
8.  Mike Barton # 21
9.  Tommy Thompson # 3t

Did Not Start:  Bob Trapino (98)


Saturday, May 7th

4th Annual Mountain Outlaw 50
presented by Napa Auto Parts

World of Outlaws Late Model Series – $10,000 to win
Sportsman Late Models – $1,200 to win
Street Stocks – $800 to win