Youth was served Friday night when the “Concrete Jungle” took a bite out of some of its veteran racers.
Trevor Sise and Kyle Courtney took top honors in Volunteer Speedway’s season-opening doubleheader that extended from Friday night until the sun came up Saturday morning.
Race car drivers fired up their engines for a Wednesday afternoon test session at Kingsport Speedway, leading longtime track official Ronnie Maness to reference a classic movie.
Teammates on the track and practically family off it, Hayden Woods and Bryson Dennis got up to speed during a Tuesday test session at Kingsport Speedway.
Drivers were excited to get back on the racetrack at Kingsport Speedway for test sessions, and the roar of race car engines was a sweet sound to general manager Karen Tunnell.
Speedway Videos Productions, in partnership with Kingsport Speedway, will air a replay of the March 29, 2013, race at “The Concrete Jungle” on Sunday.
Race car drivers at Kingsport Speedway did their best to make it business as usual Saturday afternoon.
Late Model Stock track champions Nik Williams and Kres VanDyke are ready to hit the racetrack.
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.
Kevin Canter doesn’t have to look far to see his toughest competitor most Friday nights at Kingsport Speedway. Hershell Robinette, his 75-year-old grandfather, is likely close by.
Beyond the thrill of victory, a win in the Short Track U.S. Nationals at Bristol Motor Speedway has been a springboard to the higher levels of NASCAR.
On the night Landon Stallard was announced as the new owner of the track, Jensen Ford raced away to victory at Volunteer Speedway.
Nik Williams won his first Late Model Stock race of the season and took over the points lead at Kingsport Speedway on Friday night.
Part of the post-race analysis for Sunday’s race at Talladega included the line, “It’s big for Chase Elliott. It’s big for Hendrick Motorsports and it’s big for Chevrolet.” It was also big for NASCAR.