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Four-Day Trek a Test for Crate Racin’ USA Drivers

Four-Day Trek a Test for Crate Racin’ USA Drivers

6/27/2021
EASTABOGA, Ala. — The Fourth of July holiday weekend is just around the bend, and a few signs are already appearing on fireworks stands warning that inventories might be shorter than usual due to the ongoing raw materials and labor issues affecting supply chains across the country. Perhaps so, but there will likely be no lack of fireworks during the nation’s holiday stretch on the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series-sanctioned Salute to America Nationals, which...more
Jim Rogers Leaves the Neighborhood

Jim Rogers Leaves the Neighborhood

6/11/2021
ELLISVILLE, Fla. (May 28) — Jim Rogers of Statesboro, Ga., knew he’d made a mistake, and the results of his miscue were quite spectacular during Memorial Day weekend as the opening segment of the two-day Harvey Jones Memorial took place at All-Tech Raceway. It was a night of action featuring heat races and qualifying, and Rogers perhaps provided a little too much action for his own good. Attempting to make the field during Boyd-Bilt Fabrication time trials for the Newsome Raceway...more
All-Tech Raceway Hosts Harvey Jones Memorial

All-Tech Raceway Hosts Harvey Jones Memorial

5/21/2021
ADAIRSVILLE, Ga. — The next destination for the Newsome Raceway Parts-sponsored Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series will be Ellisville, Fla., as All-Tech Raceway prepares to host the Harvey Jones Memorial May 28-29, 2021, on its slick-surfaced, half-mile layout. The event will pay $10,000 to win, but is not included on the E-Z-GO $100,000+ Challenge schedule. It will award points toward the regular touring series championship only, and marks the fourth event of the season for the...more
Points Battle Rages on Crate Racin’ USA Circuit

Points Battle Rages on Crate Racin’ USA Circuit

10/22/2021
EASTABOGA, Ala. — After nearly a full season of scratching and clawing for points toward a $10,000 championship on the Newsome Raceway Parts-sponsored Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, the outcome between current points leader Jimmy Thomas, Jason Welshan, Jake Knowles and Tanner Collins is perched on the brink of a gut-wrenching, nitty-gritty stretch run to the title. Heading into the highly-prestigious, $26,000-to-win Powell Family Memorial scheduled Oct. 21-23 at half-mile All-Tech...more
Whitener earns $10,000 in First Boothill Appearanc

Whitener earns $10,000 in First Boothill Appearanc...

10/21/2021
GREENWOOD, La. (Oct. 16) — Taking control after a lead-swapping duel on the opening circuit with Maryville, Tenn., driver Jason Welshan, Middleburg, Fla., driver Mark Whitener took the top spot at Boothill Speedway and continued to a $10,000 victory in the 50-lap Battle of Boothill Saturday night at the high-banked oval. He led all but the first trip around the facility and was trailed to the stripe in a 24-car field by Jason Welshan, B.J. Robinson, Tyler Stevens and Jake Knowles. It was...more
Thomas Gets Third Series Win in Tri-County Main

Thomas Gets Third Series Win in Tri-County Main

10/15/2021
POLLARD, Ala. (Oct. 9) — The Newsome Raceway Parts-sponsored Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series campaign is winding toward its conclusion with five races remaining on the schedule, and Jimmy Thomas has taken direct aim on the touring circuit’s $10,000 championship with his third victory of the season in a 50-lap event Saturday night at Tri-County Speedway. The Phenix City, Ala., driver earned $3,000 for a green-to-checkered win over a 21-car field after taking the point on the high side...more
Tanner Collins is Tops at Tri County

Tanner Collins is Tops at Tri County

10/9/2021
POLLARD, Ala. (Oct. 8) — Heading into a Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series doubleheader weekend at Tri-County Speedway, Tanner Collins of Franklin, Ga., had never made an appearance at the Chuck Day-owned facility that’s located near Flomaton, Ala. “Never even laid eyes on the place before this weekend, but I’m liking it pretty good right now,” he said with a good-natured smile after claiming a $2,500 victory in a 40-lap main event Friday night at the 3/8-mile oval....more
Sizzling Henderson Grabs Another at TST

Sizzling Henderson Grabs Another at TST

10/1/2021
EASTABOGA, Ala. (Oct. 1) — It’s a pretty safe bet that Lenoir, Tenn., driver Matt Henderson might look back one day and classify his 2021 racing campaign as a dream season, at least to this point of the 34-year-old driver’s successful and still-evolving racing career. Just to make sure, Henderson tallied his 14th victory of the campaign in various events—including his fifth win on the Newsome Raceway Parts-sponsored Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series Friday night in a 37-lap event that...more
Crate Racin’ USA Makes Schedule Adjustments

Crate Racin’ USA Makes Schedule Adjustments

9/16/2021
EASTABOGA, Ala. — Due to potential date conflicts with rescheduled events at various tracks across the Southeast region, a Sept. 25 appearance for the Newsome Raceway Parts-sponsored Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series at Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, Ga., has now been postponed to a later date. The touring series was slated to appear at the Kelly and Mandy Walker-owned facility for a one-day engagement on Sept. 25, 2021, but series and track officials have agreed to postpone that...more
Henderson’s Hot Streak Continues with $20,000 Coch

Henderson’s Hot Streak Continues with $20,000 Coch...

9/14/2021
COCHRAN, Ga. (Sept. 5) — Vaulting his Chip Vineyard-fielded CVR Race Cars entry to the lead with a third-to-first leap past top challenger Cory Hedgecock and race leader Carson Ferguson on a lap-53 restart, Matt Henderson of Lenoir City, Tenn., strolled into the top spot and went on to secure his biggest-career payday in the $20,000-to-win Chevrolet Performance World Championship Sunday night at Cochran Motor Speedway. Henderson paced the final 22 circuits and pulled away over the closing...more