“As always, our schedule is packed with a lot of racing action through the spring and summer. We’re also very excited to have the Tour of Destruction returning to the speedway for the first time since 2014.”
Here’s a breakdown of the championship four contenders, explaining why each has a chance of winning the NASCAR championship
Barring some late heroics, it looks like the race for the NASCAR championship will again involve the “Big 3” and defending Monster Energy Cup Series champion Joey Logano.
Kingsport’s Derek Lane held off pre-race favorite Lee Tissot to win a 75-lap feature in the SEST Limited Late Model Series on Saturday at Kingsport Speedway.
Also in the Racing Notes: Kingsport Speedway welcomes the Southeast Super Trucks Series on Saturday, and Mike Potter is zeroing in on the Super Cup Stock Car Series Southern Division title.
Ronnie McCarty made a bold move late in Friday’s Late Model Stock feature at Kingsport Speedway to secure his fifth win of season, but Nik Williams crossed the finish line second to capture the track championship.
Crate Late Model racer Tim Maupin made quite the comeback Saturday night at Volunteer Speedway.
For the third week in a row, championship leaders Nik Williams and Zeke Shell finished 1-2 in the Late Model Stock feature at Kingsport Speedway.
On a night tempers heated up behind him, Jonesborough’s Tim Byrd continued his summer hot streak by earning his fourth Crate Late Model win of the season at Volunteer Speedway.
Nik Williams moved one step closer to a first track championship at Kingsport Speedway with his sixth win of the season Friday night.
Tim Maupin got on top of his race car in victory lane and thrust his arms in the air. Saturday’s win in the Crate Late Model feature at Volunteer Speedway had been a long time coming.
Nik Williams scored his fifth Late Model Stock win of the season and held serve with Zeke Shell in his pursuit of a first Kingsport Speedway track championship.
Dirt track legend Scott Bloomquist has 604 victories over his racing career, but few are as special as the one last Friday night.
Kingsport Speedway General Manager Karen Tunnell literally grew up at the racetrack. A native of St. Paul, her father started racing Modifieds in Pennsylvania before she was born.
Kres VanDyke avoided Kingsport Speedway’s version of the “big one” to sweep twin Late Model features Friday night.