A widely forgotten part of our dirt history: The NASCAR Speedway Division. Gene Darragh finished last in the May 1952 race in this sharp-looking ride after breaking an axle. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday #SortOfNASCAR #NASCAR ... See MoreSee Less
Snowed in today and looking for something to battle the boredom? How about heading over to www.southbostonspeedway.com and voting for your favorite driver? You can vote once a day until noon December 17. ... See MoreSee Less
This guy ... Mike Jones ... had a pretty exciting and successful first season in Late Models this year at South Boston, including the fire seen around the world. Tonight he will be honored at the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series championship banquet in Charlotte as the rookie of the year in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Job well done! ... See MoreSee Less
Good luck to Philip Morris Friday night as he is honored in Charlotte for his record-tying fifth NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship. South Boston Speedway is proud to call him one of our own and more importantly, a friend. ... See MoreSee Less
For the third straight year South Boston Speedway will host twin 100-lap championship points NASCAR K&N Pro Series East races. The May 4 event is the only stop on the K&N East schedule with twin races. nas.cr/2E2sy7R... See MoreSee Less
RACE22.com Founder Langley Austin says that the Hoosier F-45 and 4-tire programs should be a thing of the past and that every track should be looking to take a page out of the South Boston Speedway playbook as they prepare for their 2019 seasons.
We just wanted to clear up some confusion for our fans. The Oak Tree Tavern will close for the SEASON 🎄The Oak Tree Tavern will be closing for the year this Sunday, December 9th. Be sure to stop by one more time for some amazing food to close out the 2018 year! ... See MoreSee Less
It's the moment you've all been waiting for...announcing the 2019 #F3Americas schedule.
F3 Americas opens its season with the IndyCar Series at Barber Motorsports Park...yes you read that right with #IndyCar!
A few new tracks for the Championship's second season with Sebring International Raceway and VIRginia International Raceway. F3 Americas will return to Pittsburgh International Race Complex and Road Atlanta.
It's coming! Season 3! Plus apparently a Christmas Special around the 21st... www.youtube.com/watch?v=-7USlC956z8Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May return with season 3 of The Grand Tour on 18th January, only on Prime Video. In addition to Hammond once agai... ... See MoreSee Less
The Ford Ecoboost 400 was won by a Ford. The season Manufacturer title went to Ford. The Monster Energy NASCAR Cup title went to Joey Logano with his win at Homestead. The four championship eligible drivers crossed the checkers as the top 4. Logano, Truex, Harvick, Busch. Logano came in with a late season push and a late race run to take the lead from the other 3 that most were looking to as the top odds for the Cup. Harvick and Busch both have 8 wins this season and practically tied with season high top 5 finishes. This is Logano's first championship and Ford hasn't held the manufacturer title for quite a while. ... See MoreSee Less
The final race of the NASCAR season runs today at Homestead/Miami. The Ford EcoBoost 400 coverage is on NBC at 3PM. For the casual observer... There are 4 drivers in the field eligible to win the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup for 2018. Joey Logano, Kyle Busch, Martin Truex Jr. and Kevin Harvick. It is a Ford vs Toyota run for the Cup at Homestead. Twelve drivers have been whittled down to these four over the weeks of the NASCAR playoffs. Congratulations to Tyler Reddick as he win the Xfinity Series Championship on Saturday and to Brett Moffitt for winning the Camping World Truck Series Championship on Friday. #NASCAR #MonsterEnergy #CampingWorld #Xfinity ... See MoreSee Less
NASCAR is in Phoenix for the Can-Am 500. Next weekend is the finale at Homestead in Florida. The week from Kevin Hravick's win at Texas to the green flag at Phoenix shook things up a bit. The #4 team was hit with a "L1" penalty as it was determined the rear spoiler was out of place by a fraction and NASCAR considered that enough throw the penalty. Was that enough to let the #4 seemingly walk away from the field at Texas...? The team says "no"... However, this penalty took away the championship run guarantee and places Harvick just 3 points above the cut to advance. The race at Phoenix is now a new animal to see who will be in the top 4 at Homestead. A win by any of the "bottom 4" could even push Harvick out... Phoenix will be one one to watch! ... See MoreSee Less