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DIRT TRACK SEASON GETS THE GREEN FLAG IN THE SOUTHEAST
DIRT TRACK SEASON GETS THE GREEN FLAG IN THE SOUTHEASTMARCH 17TH 2015TOOMSUBA MS
.The moment has finally arrived & the dirt track action is guaranteed to be on fire this Friday night at Hattiesburg Speedway for the season opener. Southern Outlaw Sprinters will be the special event for the evening along with a variety of local Dixie Ms hero's from the Pure Street, Street Stock, Outlaw Streets, a strong class of Crate Late Models & the fast growing Modified class. After a winter of preparations & construction by the Parker family, it's a sure bet that everyone will notice the time & care they have invested into the facility & the surrounding complex in just over a year of taking over the track.
2015 race season is rolling on into Spring & so are the southeastern dirt tracks all around the area including Jackson Motor Speedway March 27 for the Lucas Oil event. After several early season rainouts across the state of Mississippi, the season finally got a lucky break from Mother Nature just long enough for the season opener at Whynot Motorsports Park. (2nd Annual Battle of the States race.)
This time of season drivers tracks & teams battle more with the weather than the cars on the track. Not that we are take anything away from our racing or the racers. If you have ever had the privilege to see a dirt race in the south, you know first hand these racers bring it all & the kitchen sink when they show up at a dirt track on the weekends.
Make sure you are supporting your local dirt tracks & keep up with all your dirt news at YellowCautionFlag.com or follow us on Twitter @flagofcaution.
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY COMES ALIVE MARCH 20TH
MARCH 20th DIXIE WILL ROAR AGAINHattiesburgSpeedway.netFEBUARAY 26th, 2015
Dixie Ms has long been recognized as a racing town with supporters showing up here over 30 years. The sport of racing has grown to ultimate heights & with new technology that brings fans closer than ever & talented drivers wheeling race cars not long after kindergarten, the racing community & all Motorsports involved are stepping up to a NEW AGE, a GOLDEN ERA. Racers are traveling, spectators are growing, & promoters work 7 days a week to make racing the lead choice of entertainment by keeping rules black & white for more competitive level playing fields, while keeping cost affordable for fans & racers as they maintain balance of pleasure & business for what's been called THE GREATEST SPECTACLE ON EARTH. Come out March 20 & see it for yourself as our drivers accept the challenge. A TESTAMENT OF Man & machine BUILT FOR SPEED rocketing the outer limits of the unknown while battling chaos & control. All while competing against foes family & friends that want the taste of victory just as bad as much.
SOUTHERN OUTLAW SPRINTERS MAKE BIG TIME INVESTMENT INTO SAFTEY
Southern Outlaw Sprinters Invest In Safety
Jackson, MSJANUARY 19TH, 2014written by Chris Cooper
Factory Stocks are set to make a splash in 2015 / McReynolds to serve as Technical Point of Contact
Factory Stocks are set to make a splash in 2015 / McReynolds to serve as Technical Point of Contact
Jackson, MS – With the announcement of the all new Factory Stock division for Jackson Motor Speedway, Whynot Motorsports Park and Magnolia Motor Speedway, the phones have been ringing for each track's promoters and track technical directors.
“The response has been unbelievable to say the least,” commented Jackson Motor Speedway promoter Brian Jones. “We knew that there was a need for a ‘beginner’ or budget class that would allow new blood to get involved in the sport as well as allow some past competitors to get back racing in a more budget class. We couldn’t be happier with the initial response since the announcement of the new class.”
Whynot Motorsports Park track promoter/owner Rodney Wing had this to say about the all new Factory Stock division: “Street Stock racing has been on the rise in Mississippi for the last couple years, but so has the cost. I believe that the new Factory Stock division will become a class that will allow drivers to truly treat dirt track racing as a hobby. All the tracks involved wanted a set of rules that would allow drivers and families to come to the track and separate themselves from everyday life and just have fun.”
Thomas McReynolds, technical director at Magnolia Motor Speedway was instrumental in the research and writing of the all new Factory Stock division rules. “Thomas has a lot of experience,” commented Magnolia Motor Speedway track owner/promoter Johnny Stokes. “Thomas has been around a long time and he worked hard to get these rules together for the betterment of our sport and for its competitors.”
McReynolds will serve as a point of contact for all tracks for this division. All track technical directors will be in contact with McReynolds weekly to discuss technical situations and any other technical needs for each track. Competitors are urged to contact their home track's technical director with any technical needs or you can contact McReynolds direct.
McReynolds can be reached at 662-574-5973.
For further information on the all new Factory Stock division you can visitwww.jacksonmotorspeedway.net, www.magnoliadirt.com,www.whynotmotorsportspark.com
BATTLE OF THE STATES RACE RECAP AT WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK
BATTLE OF THE STATES RACE RECAP FROM WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK
Gregg Hollingsworth keeps the Battle WIN on Mississippi soil by beating out the always hard challenger "RocketMan" Richie Stephens in the Open Wheel Modified event. Toby Hodge was able to take advantage of a slip up at the end of the race & finished 3rd
Brett Etheridge of Gallion Alabama debuted the #55 in the inaugural start of the newly formed (formerly known as Pure Stock) Factory Stock class. Brett was the car to beat all night & gave Alabama a victory in the Battle of the States. Brett is in his 3rd season & is coming off a stellar year from 2014.
Whynot Motorsports Park is #760 Jimbo McDuffie's home track. McDuffie is a national champion as well as track champion several times over. McDuffie has celebrated many wins throughout his career but now he can add the Battle of the States to his long list of accomplishments. Look for this win to jump start his season after a frustrating 2014. Chad Hedgecock & Ryan Oswalt rounded out your top 3.
Donny Andrews, from Kosciusko Mississippi, had the power in his 4cylinder hot rod & won a very lengthy Mini Stock event that was delayed over a half hour after a terrible flip by young driver Brennan Tomlinson. Andrews beat out Elvis Tuberville from Walker La finished & Mike Minor of Ralph Alabama rounded out your top 3.
Trey Bright of Alabama loses a cylinder in the street stock event giving way to Richie Stephens from Salem Alabama for the win, giving Alabama 2 battle wins. RocketMan has become hard to beat in the state of Mississippi & has been a top finishing car at almost every Mississippi street stock show. Lee Ray finished 3rd.
Mississippi kept 3 victories on their home soil winning the over all war of the states & Alabama took the other 2. Texas, Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas, Alabama & Mississippi were all represented in this years event.
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MS BATTLE OF THE STATES UNOFFICIAL RESULTS MARCH 14TH WMP
BATTLE OF HE STATES UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
JJim Mcduffiewins CRATE LATE FEATURE Chad Hedgecock 2nd Ryan Oswalt 3rd
— at Whynot Motorsports Park.
— at Whynot Motorsports Park.
READY SET GO COUNTDOWN TO SEASON OPENER AT WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK
2ND ANNUAL BATTLE OF THE STATES MARCH 13-14 WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARKSUBMITTED BY: CHRIS MCDILL VIA MSDTRhttps://www.facebook.com/pages/MS-Dirt-Track-Racing/114309675297576 MS Dirt Track Racing
Saturday's Pit admission will be $35 for adults, $15 for kids 6-12 years old and free for kids 5 years old and under. General Admission prices are $15 for adults, $5 for kids 6-12 years old an free for kids ages 5 and under. The driver' meeting is slated for 3:30pm. This event will have plenty bang for the buck as the top two qualifiers from each state in NeSmith Late Models, MSSS Street Stocks, Open Wheel Modifieds and KMSA Mini Stocks will be competing in $500 Winner Take All Battle Dashes. Also all five divisions in action on Saturday will be competing in heat races, b-mains and a-mains. A-mains for each division breakdown as follows: NeSmith Late Models racing 40 laps for $2,000 to win and $200 to start, MSSS Street Stocks 25 laps for $1,500 to win and $150 to start, Open Wheel Modifieds 30 laps for $1,200 to win and $120 start, KMSA Mini Stocks 25 laps for $1,000 to win and the all new Factory Stock division will be racing 15 laps for $500 to win and $50 start.
The car count for the 2014 event was huge with over 150 racecars in the pits and this year' edition looks to be even bigger. With a huge car count expected, quality drivers in each division and Whynot Motorsports Park's reputation for three and four wide racing action this is an event you will not want to miss. For more information go to www.whynotmotorsportspark.com visit the Facebook page, Whynot Motorsports Park or call Rodney Wing at (601) 527-0084 or Phillip Hathcock at (205) 965-3070.
SPRINTS & RACE CARS GEAR UP FOR OPENING NIGHT AT HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY MARCH 20th
FRIDAY MARCH 20th 2015:
OPENING NIGHT WILL KICK OFF OUR WEEKLY RACING CLASSES AT HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY FEATURING THE HIGH HORSEPOWER CRATE LATE MODELS, DIXIE MODIFIED DIVISION, DIXIE OUTLAW STREETS, STREET STOCKS & THE RETURN OF THE DIXIE PURE STREETS.
ALSO, BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND THE 100+ mph DIRT DUSTING SPRINT CARS FEATURING THE SOUTHERN OUTLAW SPRINTERS SERIES.
COME EARLY & JOIN US FOR THE PRE-RACE ACTIVITIES. THIS EVENT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS LAST YEAR & THE GRANDSTANDS FILLED UP FAST BRINGING FAMILY, RACERS & DIE HARD RACE FANS FROM ALL OVER THE GULF COAST, CENTRAL MISSISSIPPI & THE LOUISIANA BAYOU.
GATES OPEN AT 4, RACING STARTS AT 7. CONTACT DONALD PARKER @2285476823 OR VISIT US ON THE WEB AT HATTIESBURGSPEEDWAY.NET
2015 LOOKS TO BE A PROMISING YEAR FOR LOCAL DIRT TRACK RACING IN MISSISSIPPI
DECEMBER 28th, 2014
2015 will soon be on the horizon & it's this time of year we reflect back on what was 2014 & what we may see in 2015.
Quick Notes & Predictions:
3rd season of the MSSS/NeSmith with over 300 cars contending last year, expect the number to rise a few more as the series grows more popular with drivers & spectators. Also the series will have two rookie16 year olds racing Fulltime in the s
marking the first of many next generation dirt track drivers. Ben "Kid Smooth" Keith will be piloting a brand new built Dog House Chassis & Spencer Hughes will be piloting the Sinclair Auto Sales 10k formally driven by 2013 MSSS ROTY Jody Walters.
New Factory Stock class begins at 3 tracks in Mississippi (Magnolia Motor Speedway, Jackson Motor Speedway, Whynot Motorsports Park). This is a new beginners class that is expected to attract a low budget affordable race class for the next generation driver. Though not exactly Factory Stock Rules, with the increase in Street Stocks being built in the ever popular Street Stock Division this should leave plenty of older equipment being recycled down & the opportunity to run the 602 Crate Motor.
Hattiesburg Speedway starts into its 2nd season with Donald & Kelli Parker. After a late lease purchase to the facility last January, Donald & his wife Kelli played catch up for the early part of the race season but a late start in the year did not shy away eager race fans who packed the house the very first race of the season. Hattiesburg Speedway worked diligently to create a new mixed with Old Fashion racing. The Parkers are certainly no strangers to racing & have offered a great fan fun atmosphere with Fan Choice Trophy Awards, Red Beans & Rice, kids entertainment & intermission giveaways, uniquely designed trophies made with actual race parts (presented by Back On The Rack), a "STARS OF THE CARS" segment on their Facebook page where they weekly download previous victory lane shots giving the drivers name & class they won in. Also, the Parker's put on several special races including 3 Sprint Car races( including a Friday & Saturday Race), GULF STATE MODIFIED SERIES event & what will be an annual event from here on out the already infamous STREET STOCK DIXIE 50, where cars have to pace themselves & the equipment for halfway leader bonus payout & a larger purse that challenges drivers in a sprint race instead of a normal dash for 20 laps.
Michael Arnold, Jeremy Idom & Shannon Lee, Noah Daspit, Kevin Whittington & Sid Scarborough, were all very strong in their respective divisions in 2014 & Arnold was a hot rocket near the closing of the season by notching 4 major state wins (Cotton Pick'n at Magnolia the Mississippi State Championship Event at Whynot Motorsports Park & the Curtis Burns event at Hattiesburg Speedway). Arnold ran out of luck at the Fall Classic but looks to pick back up where he left off in 2014.
Jeremy Idom sporting the iconic ride of the year, the 57' Chevy #WFO, wrapped up the 2014 NeSmith Street Stock Championship by out dueling defending 2013 Champion Trey Bright late into the season & actually notched his feat by out running Bright at his local track ( Hattiesburg Speedway) where he was almost undefeated only getting outrun twice, (once by Richie Stevens in a Bounty Battle & the Dixie 50 which was won by 2013 & 2014 MSSS Champ Calvin Cook) ** notably this win was Calvin Cooks first MSSS win after being crowned series champion in 2013 but without notching a win in the 10 race series.
Tracks will be working closer together on scheduling events as some tracks shorten their season schedule to put more emphasis on Bigger Dual Day events. Hattiesburg Speedway will continue to be Mississippi's only Friday Action Track & will once again focus on bringing back weekly racing series.
Jackson Motor Speedway will see the return of the Lucas Oil Late Model series as they kick open a new race season at the Swamp March 27, 2015.
Crate Late Model young guns are starting to flex muscles as Daniel Bridgmond & Nick Thrash picked up multiple wins in 2014. We also witnessed the consistent improvement in drivers Tyler Burgess & Josh Banes. Casey Haney broke free for a win in 2014 & several former champions were win less after the 2014 season.
Fans have a been returning to tracks locally, after being dormant for nearly a decade for various reasons. With breakthroughs in recent technology using wireless internet new fans & former fans are being attracted back to the sport as we slowly recover from hard economic times that put many tracks out of business & others into limbo with the uprising of fuel & other daily operation costs preempting a change in the way most racetracks were being budgeted & managed. These new fans are techno savvy & will take a lot of social media crash courses & a leap in history to fill the entertainment gap that could & will bring 24/7 interest into the sport. Tracks are now able to communicate daily with its audience & promoting in this new age is almost a a full time job. Fans who have had interest in other sporting events are already accustomed to this new technology & will expect constant updates from drivers & tracks, video for enjoyment track information & social contacting with easy networking & connectivity. Drivers & teams have never before been at such a critical point where they have accessibility to a new culture of Motorsports fans & connection from them to the community is very critical. With just a few selected social appearances & well planned publicity spotlights we can grab the spectators attention & keep the fan in reasonable interest. Soon we will see new fans rolling in the front & back track gates filling up the pits & grandstands by using these promoting tools from newly created platforms & offer easy avenues to better promote his or her brand team or track. Cameras are the new age & a picture is exposure for your sponsor & race team.
These were just a few things we can reflect & predict but expect many more twist & turns to come up before the start of the 2015 Dirt Track Race Season. Become a mini promoter & support your local dirt tracks.
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MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY CANCELS RESCHEDULED FROSTBUSTER AT THE MAG
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FROSTBUSTER CLAIMS UNBROKEN
Due to lack of co-operation during the last couple of weeks from MOTHER NATURE the 7th annual USCS "Frostbuster 250" presented by Carl Hogan Toyota (www.carlhogantoyota.com) at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS has been cancelled for March 6th and 7th.
The Magnolia Motor Speedway facility is already to wet for track preparation.
Additionally, the forecast for rain on Wednesday night and once again to have sleet and ice on Thursday morning with freezing temperatures and chilly winds all day Thursday making it impossible to get the track ready for an event this weekend.
This USCS "Frostbuster "race at Magnolia has been rescheduled during the USCS Speedweek on FRIDAY, May 29th. It should be a great one then!
We apologize for any inconvenience this has been to anyone, but, you couldn't be anymore frustrated than we are!
The USCS "Fall Brawl" at Magnolia Motor Speedway is set for Friday and Saturday, November 6th and 7th and both Kenny Wallace and Ken Schrader have posted preliminary entries for that event to race again in the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series BOTH NIGHTS. Details on all divisions for that event will be released when the USCS returns on Friday, May 29th for the "Frostbuster" during their Speedweek stop.
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2015 DIRT TRACK SEASON IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER
FEBUARAY 10th, 2015
2015 DIRT TRACK SEASON SET TO KICK OFF
Dirt SLING'N is once again right around the corner. We are preparing for 2015 now bringing in our new upgrades & supplies for the season as we close into the final weeks of the off season. Just like the last 4 years our team & myself look forward to bringing you all the best of our local racing through social interactions, photography & short & long films for your viewing. We are in high hopes that this will be the year that we take all that we have learned over the last few seasons & utilize it to perfection. Please make sure you GO & check out our website for all the links & the latest news @ Yellowcautionflag.com. Also check out our newly launched race film & production site NyRFace.yellowcautionflag.com. This site is our one stop shop for great race film/pics & was inspired by the highly successful facebook page IN YOUR FACE DIRT RACING which was originally launched in the spring of last year. We are extremely proud of our progress & development thus far & tho many hardships, mess ups & lessons were learned we only benefited more by building this ourselves from the ground up & cutting out a lot of extra cost (web engineer & graphic designer). We also like to point out we take tremendous pride in offering these services without charging subscriptions & memberships fees like so many other sites in the racing business. Our mission from day one was to offer loads of free film, content & social interaction within the racing community (drivers & fans from young to old) to better expose the present & future fan base. If you would like to contribute to our hard work by leasing an ad or sponsoring a page on our websites, we have several affordable opportunities to fit your size & would love to market or cross brand your business with our continued supporters. As always, we will continue to apply any outside investments/sponsorships & or ad sales for our websites & production videos directly to our Track Tour Schedule for 2015. With already over 60,000 YouTube views & 18,000 downloads from our radio show (67 episodes) we have proven our worth & have surpassed many milestones over the last couple of years. We are closing in on 3 MILLION PAGE hits on our website as we close in on our 3rd anniversary as Yellowcautionflag.com ( originally launched as YellowCautionFlag.blogspot.com back in the summer of 2011, but officially launched as YellowCautionFlag.com on March 10, 2013). With that said, none of this would be possible with out all of y'all. See Ya at your local dirt track soon. SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL TRACK!!
TRACK OPENING GOOD NEWS FOR LOUISIANA RACING
Chatham, LA Facilty To Open Under New Management -
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JANUARY 19TH 2015
WRITTEN BY CHRIS COOPER/DRYSLICK.NETMonroe, LA -
YCF PROMOTIONS MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT BUILDING FOR AN EVEN BETTER 2015 SEASON
August 3rd 2014 JOIN OUR TEAM TODAY
YellowCautionFlag Entertainment Promotions is already gearing up for 2015. YCF was built from scratch on a vision to better the exposure for dirt track racing. What started out as just a hobby, we built our first website in 2011 called love4racing. blogspot.com to give my own opinion of daily news in the racing community & a different perceptive on racing in NASCAR. With social media already getting a major boost in exposure thanks to twitter & facebook, I was approached by a fellow writer who happened to post weekly columns for a national website about NASCAR. From that day forward my vision took life in what would be the future of yellowcautionflag.com. In 2012 we were given an opportunity by a friend to join the announcers booth at our local track & our dreams really started to take flight. It only took to the end of 2012 when we ( my wife & I) realized that working for a national network was great , getting 20,000 reads a column including a front page article on FoxSports website & even a full discussion of my article on Speed between the legendary former crew chief Larry McReynolds & Kyle Petty. Between working a Full Time job & announcing at our local track, but we hardly had the time to put out enough articles to keep it worth the while. My wife & I had only been heavily involved in dirt track racing for a year, but being that we loved racing so much we constantly filled our plate with as much knowledge as possible throughout the year. Learning everything from the types of cars, rules of dirt tracking & even drivers names & history. We put a lot on our plate but success was not going to found without dedicated work ethics. The first of 2013 was the BIG MERGER. No longer did we have aspirations of being a journalist for a premier NATIONAL SERIES, but had made a choice to bring to dirt track racing in our own community the style of coverage that major racing series had focused on for the last 15 years. YellowCautionFlag.com officially kicked off in early March just weeks before the start of the dirt race season. Not having any real hands on experience building a professional website had never crossed our minds when going head first in our new endeavor, but it would be just one of many challenges we would soon face. What started out as just simply adding local drivers to our friends list turned into the key of personalizing our future network & gave us an advantage over getting our work published & viewed by the inner core of the dirt community. Drivers & fans responded with great appreciation that someone was finally taking the initiative to bring a new style of exposure to the local community of dirt racing.
In June of 2013, YCF MEDIA made it's very first track tour stop just up the road about 100 miles to Magnolia Motor Speedway. We had never been to any other track in Mississippi neither as a fan or as a media team. What it did for our little operation was amazing. For the very first time we were welcomed by strangers that had followed us & our simple content, having no idea that we were gaining exposure outside of our home track Whynot Motorsports Park. The confidence booster was just what we needed to further plant our belonging in the dirt community. 2 weeks later I approached someone who would lead us into our next mission to becoming a legitimate news source. I was very hesitant at first but this person assured me that the group he insisted on us contacting could use some help in getting better exposure to a newly formed series. With a little notoriety & a prayer we were able to land our first supporter & soon our Media Team took a huge turn toward success. Working with a fairly new but very strong & fast growing series mixed with our duties at our local track kept us in the racing scene almost every weekend. Other Tracks began calling & soon we had a full blown media operation using social media, an iPhone & an IPad for filming. Seemed perfect at the time but thriving to be better as we gained experience & notoriety, we started investing into better equipment. Between loading & editing recorded races & practicing conversion journalism at the racetracks, YCF was well on it's way to becoming even more than Heather & I ever dreamed. Unfortunately, we were not blessed with unlimited bank accounts & the cost of traveling & new equipment took a toll on our finances very quick. We were successful in landing a track sponsor in Jackson Mississippi through a local car dealership & a small locally owned t-shirt maker from Louisiana along with some other here & there add ins by people of the community, YCF was able to stay afloat & continue to grow in experience as we traveled throughout the state of Mississippi learning drivers, series & tracks. We have been very blessed to carry over this success into the 2014 race season, including picking up more advertisers & sponsors to help our operation along. Now we have weekly video uploads on YouTube (26,000 views) 5 very popular social media sites with over 10,000 fans combined for news & updates, weekly track tour appearances, weekly radio show & channel with almost 20,000 listens & a very cool home at yellowcautionflag.com ( that has over 200,000 hits this year) to tie it all together. We have many more plans to further our commitment in this sport, but just like 2013, we need the help from advertisers & sponsors for our 2015 plans & we hope our commitment & persistence will give us the advantage in convincing our supporters from this year to comeback in 2015 & the accountability to possibly add even more to our lineup for next season. If you are interested in getting a quote for advertisement or a sponsorship deal you can call us
STEPHENS ROCKETS TO BATTLE OF THE STATES MSSS WIN IN FRONT OF THE MAVTV CAMERAS!! by: Billy James, Announcer, MSSS
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY RELEASES DATE FOR DEBUT OF THE MSCCS SET FOR JUNE 5th
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY RELEASES DATE FOR DEBUT OF THE MSCCS SET FOR JUNE 5thJanuary 5th, 2014
Hattiesburg Speedway has released on their website hattiesburgspeedway.net a special racing event ( January 5th) scheduled for the upcoming 2015 race season.
It was announced later yesterday evening that plans are being put in place now to debut the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (Mississippi's only traveling Super Late Model series) in Dixie Mississippi.
Charles Thrash, promoter of MSCCS & track promoter Donald Parker have worked together to bring super late model racing back to Dixie on June 5th & will most surely guarantee a crowd pleasing, standing room only event when the high horsepower Big Boys of Late Model racing bring their bad boy toys to invade the legendary 1/4 dirt oval.
Yellowcautionflag.com had the privilege to speak with Donald & Kelli Parker after the announcement was made & though this is a dream come true to bring this style of racing back to the legendary speedway, Donald's initial quote was very simple " I just want our weekly race fans & supporters to enjoy this privilege, & show plenty support to the track & series by turning out for this major event insuring this to be a repeated annual event." ***At the time of this article YCF has not reached out to the series for an official statement but will be following up on the story very soon.
MSCCS series has a long history of bringing some heavy hitters to the action line up including Vicksburg Mississippi driver Bub McCool, who will be sporting a new Club29 racing ride with legendary car owner Randy Thompson. Also drivers Chase Washington, the Rickman brothers of Columbus Ms & other full time contenders like Meridian Ms Chad Thrash, Leon Henderson, "The Ragin Rebel" David Breazeale & "The Intimigator" Chris Wall.
There will be No NeSMITH CRATE LATE MODELS class run this night but weekly Hattiesburg Speedway Crate Late drivers are encouraged to try their hand at beating some of the best super late model talent in the southeast.
Also added to the schedule is a weekend double header July 3rd & 4th featuring two full nights of racing with a special appearance from the fan favorite Southern Outlaw Sprinters. All classes will be racing this weekend. There are plans in the works now for a special September 11th Memorial race along with the 4th Annual Curtis Burns Memorial scheduled for the latter part of the race season.
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