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FRIDAY FEATURE: Huddleston Makes Dream Run

By Adam Fenwick,

Trevor Huddleston is in contention to do what only two other California drivers have done in the history of the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

Huddleston, who is from Agoura, California, is hoping to join fellow Golden State natives Greg Pursley and Doug McCoun as just the third driver to claim the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national championship.

The 21-year-old driver has had an incredible season thus far, which has put him right in the middle of an intense title fight with three-time NASCAR Whelen All-American Series National champion Lee Pulliam. 

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FRIDAY FEATURE: Virginia's Glory Road

By Adam Fenwick,

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Virginia’s South Boston Speedway has come a long way since it opened for the first time on Aug. 10, 1957.

Originally a quarter-mile dirt track when it first opened for racing in 1957, the track is now a four-tenths-mile paved oval that plays host to NASCAR sanctioned weekly racing from late March through the middle of September.

South Boston’s General Manager Cathy Rice, who has worked at the speedway since 1989, says the facility plays an important role in the small local community that is void of major attractions.

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VonDohren Cleans Up On Pennsylvania Dirt

By Adam Fenwick,

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Dirt racing has been taking center stage recently in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. 

Leading the dirt racing charge not just this year, but for the last several years, is Craig VonDohren. A nine-time 358 Modified Division champion at Grandview Speedway in Bechtelsville, Pennsylvania, VonDohren continued to lead the dirt racing charge on Saturday night by winning the 50-lap Forrest Rogers Memorial.

The race, run in honor of the late founder of the speedway Forrest Rogers, paid VonDohren a hefty $10,000.

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VanDyke Embracing Breakthrough Season

By Adam Fenwick,

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- It’s been a career year for Virginia’s Kres VanDyke, and the season isn’t even close to complete.

VanDyke, the reigning NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Tennessee champion, has scored 20 victories this season across three race tracks in the Southeast. At two of those tracks - Kingsport Speedway in Tennessee and Lonesome Pine Raceway in Virginia - he is also the point leader in the late model stock car division.

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Rockford Keeps Rolling Along

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DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - When you walk into Illinois’ Rockford Speedway, it becomes obvious very quickly that the track isn’t like other motorsports venues.

It’s small, just a quarter-mile in length, with 22 degrees of banking in the turns that helps create intense, high-speed racing. You could argue that there are plenty quarter-mile tracks in the United States and you’d be right, but none of them have the history that Rockford Speedway has.

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McCarty Steals Hampton Heat Victory

By Andy Marquis,

HAMPTON, Va. – Bobby McCarty snuck his way into the lead late in Saturday night’s Hampton Heat 200 at Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway, clinching the biggest win of his career.

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Late Model Heavyweights Face The Heat

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HAMPTON, Va. – A pair of former NASCAR Whelen All-American Series national champions ,Peyton Sellers and Philip Morris ,appear to be early favorites in Saturday night’s Hampton Heat 200, the marquee event of the season at the recently re-opened Larry King Law’s Langley Speedway in Virginia. However, a contingent of local drivers look to stand in their way.

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Diaz Dominating in Rookie Season

By Adam Fenwick,

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Mason Diaz had high expectations entering the 2017 season at Southern National Motorsports Park, but even his own expectations couldn’t meet up to the strong season he has had thus far.

The 17-year-old from Manassas, Virginia, has had a stunningly strong rookie season thus far in the late model stock division at the Kenly, North Carolina, track. He's already collected five victories at Southern National in his No. 24 late model prepared by Mike Darne, including a sweep of twin features on May 27.

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Morris Closing On More History

By JW Martin

Philip Morris doesn’t wear a crown.

But these days, when the 52-year-old Ruckersville Va., racer straps on his helmet, he receives respect befitting a King. 

On NASCAR’s local racing circuit, Morris is racing royalty. He’s enjoyed a storied career in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series that spans more than 20 years, and his resume is peerless: Four national championships. Four Virginia championships. Nine Late Model track championships. 

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Causey Makes History at South Boston

Rev Racing

CONCORD, N.C. – Macy Causey, 16-year-old resident of York County, Virginia, won at South Boston Speedway in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car Division (LMSC) Saturday night. Causey, the youngest member in the history of the NASCAR Drive for Diversity Program, earned her first career LMSC victory, and became the first female to win a LMSC race at South Boston Speedway.

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