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Spring Nationals & Southern Nationals Series Unleash $800,000 Tour for 2016!

(December 11, 2015) Officials with the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series, the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series and the Southern Nationals Bonus Series are pleased to introduce the schedules for all three tours during the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Show. Purses and points funds for all three tours are in excess of $800,000 from races spanning February through November.

The Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series presented by Schaeffer’s Oil will open up with the two-day $15,000-to-win Tennessee Tipoff Classic on March 10-12 at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tenn. and end the ten-race tour at Rome (Ga.) Speedway on Sunday May 28th with a $6,000-to-win event. The series’ ending points fund will again exceed $15,000 with $5,053 going to the series champion. Returning to the schedule after a year absence is Volunteer (Tenn.) Speedway. The series will compete for a $4,000-to-win and $10,000-to-win on April 15-16 respectively during the 15th Annual Spring Thaw. | full story

Dustin Linville Victorious in Johnny Salyer Memorial at 201 Speedway for $4,000!

(September 3, 2015) Official results from tonight at 201 Speedway in Sitka, Kentucky are shown below (McLeod Media Services Photo):

Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series
Johnny Salyer Memorial
201 Speedway-Sitka, KY
September 3, 2015 (make up from April 2, 2015)

Feature Finish:
1. Dustin Linville-$4,000
2. David Payne
3. Tim Dohm
4. Shannon Thornsberry
5. Stephen Breeding
6. R.J. Conley
7. Brandon Fouts
8. Chris Garnes
9. Michael Chilton
10. Kenneth Howell | full story

Roberts Wins Battle but McIntosh Wins War in Spring Nationals Finale at Rome Speedway

(May 24, 2015) Casey Roberts of Toccoa, Ga. claimed his second Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series victory of the season after passing Austin Smith for the lead on lap 18 and never looked back at Rome Speedway on Sunday Night May 24th. (Phillip Prichard Photo)

Roberts collected $6,000 for his third-ever Spring Nationals Series victory while driving the Cushman Paint & Body and M&S Concrete sponsored, Custom Racing Engines powered Longhorn Chassis.

“I know Jake (Knowles) was really good he was coming on there, had a great car, just gotta thank the good Lord for all he’s blessed me with, all these fine people around me here, Custom Racing Engines, Jimmy & Ann Cushman are here tonight, lot of good family and friends here tonight and just blessed to have Cushman Paint & Body, M & S Concrete, Schaeffer’s Racing Oil, VP Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tire, Allstar Performance, this Custom Race Engine ran great and this Longhorn Race Car it’s just a good deal here tonight for us and the car worked great and I’d just like to thank everyone here that helped, just count my blessings here tonight,” stated Roberts in Victory Lane. | full story

Donald McIntosh Goes Back-to-Back in Spring Nationals Series Action at Dixie

(May 23, 2015) Donald McIntosh wants the 2015 Spring Nationals Series title. The Dawsonville, Ga. driver picked up $4,000 for his second-career Spring Nationals Series victory at Dixie Speedway on May 23rd and is setting his sights towards the title. (Mike's Sports Images)

But Billy Ogle Jr. has different plans. The Knoxville, Tenn. defending series champion finished third in the main event at Dixie Speedway to hold just a two point lead heading into Rome Speedway for the final points event on Sunday Night.

“We had an awesome car last night (at Boyd’s Speedway) we had an awesome car tonight, I can’t thank David Bryant (crew chief) and B.J. Hillman (crew member) enough, they made the right calls tonight, we went a little hard on tires but man this thing is such a dream to drive, I’m so blessed and thankful to be able to run this car for these guys and get these kind of runs for them, what an awesome night to be able to come home to my home track, what a weekend,” stated McIntosh in victory lane. | full story

Donald McIntosh Gets First Career Spring Nationals Series Victory at Boyd’s

(May 22, 2015) Donald McIntosh finally won an Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series race. The Dawsonville, Ga. driver led from start to finish for his first-career Spring Nationals Series victory at Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. on Friday Night May 22, 2015. McIntosh drove the Blount Motorsports, Massey Electric, Tennessee RV and Cherokee Millwright sponsored, Vic Hill Racing Engines powered Rocket Chassis to the victory. (Chris Tilley Photo)

McIntosh became the sixteenth different winner on the Spring Nationals Series with his $4,000 payday at Boyd’s Speedway.

“My car was awesome, I was a little bit worried there, I didn’t know really where I needed to be on the track, but right in the middle the car was working so good, I could maneuver through traffic there pretty well, I can’t thank the guys enough, I had an awesome car and this has been such a wonderful year for me and a blessing to be able to be a part of it. I can’t thank Larry Garner, B.J. Hillman, David Bryant, Massey Electric, everybody on the car that helps us out, couldn’t do it without all of them and it’s really cool to be a part of it,” stated an excited McIntosh in victory lane. | full story

Billy Ogle, Jr. Tames “The Taz” for $6,000 Spring Nationals Series Victory!

(May 2, 2015) Billy Ogle Jr. of Knoxville, Tenn. overtook his team-mate and car owner Stacy Boles on the eleventh lap and went on to capture his second career Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series victory at the Tazewell Speedway on Saturday Night. (MRM Racing Photo)

Boles, who pulled out on the tenth circuit with mechanical problems, led the first ten laps of the 50-lapper with Ogle running in the second spot, but after misfortune for Boles, Ogle took the point and led the remaining distance while driving the Advanced Motorsports, Advanced Transportation, Keyser Manufacturing, West Haven Speed Equipment, Competition Racing Equipment, Outlaw Graphics, Brucebilt Performance sponsored Vic Hill Racing Engines-powered Rocket Chassis to the $6,000 payday. | full story

Randy Weaver Extends Winning Streak with Spring Nationals Victory at Cleveland

(May 1, 2015) Randy Weaver scored his second-career Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series victory and extended his win streak to seven victories on the season with his $4,000 payday at Cleveland Speedway Friday Night. (The Photo Man)

Weaver took the lead on lap-12 from polesitter Derek Ellis and never looked back in the caution-free 40-lapper. Weaver crossed the stripe at the end of the feature ahead of Ellis, Dale McDowell, Mack McCarter and Chris Madden.

Weaver was all smiles again in victory lane for the seventh time this season. “I can’t thank my sponsors and crew enough, I want to thank The Lord, everything is for him, all of this, this year is in the memory of my dad, man I wish he could be here to see this.” | full story

Casey Roberts Hustles to Second Spring Nationals Series Victory at Smoky Mountain

(April 25, 2015) After being rained out, froze out and even snowed out since March 13, the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil finally got back to racing action at Smoky Mountain Speedway and Casey Roberts would come out victorious in his second career series win. (MRM Racing Photo)

Roberts collected $6,000 for the victory while driving the Cushman Paint & Body and M&S Concrete sponsored Longhorn Chassis. Roberts crossed the line ahead of Jimmy Owens, Dale McDowell, Mike Marlar and thirteenth starting Chris Madden. | full story

Spring Nationals Series Event at Golden Isles Speedway Postponed Due to Rain

(April 18, 2015) The Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series presented by Schaeffer’s Oil event at Golden Isles Speedway has been postponed due to incoming storms this afternoon. The National Weather Service shows a very high percentage of thunderstorms coming in between 4:00 and 7:00 pm and Golden Isles Speedway promoter Darryl Courson and Series Promoter Ray Cook have come to an agreement to postpone the event and keep teams from traveling any further. Both parties are looking for a suitable makeup date and will be announced soon.

“We hate it especially for our teams who have traveled and traveled so far this season. Hopefully we can make it up to them,” commented Series Promoter Ray Cook. | full story

Spring Nationals Stop at Swainsboro Washed Out; Golden Isles Still on for Saturday

(April 17, 2015) The Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series presented by Schaeffer’s Oil endured its sixth straight rain out on Friday Night April 17th at Swainsboro (Ga.) Raceway.

The event will be made up on Sunday Evening July 5th which will be the third race of a big Fourth of July Weekend and includes two Southern Nationals Bonus Series events. The race at Swainsboro on July 5th will feature a new and complete $6,000-to-win show which will be a non-points event since cars had not taken to the track for action yet. In nights prior to Swainsboro the Southern Nationals Bonus Series will visit Tri-County (NC) Race Track on Friday July 3rd paying $3,000-to-win and Saturday Night July 4th at Senoia (Ga.) Raceway for the Billy Clanton Memorial paying $4,025-to-win. | full story

Spring Nationals Series Loses Florence Speedway Event Due to Weather...

(April 4, 2015) After nearly four inches of rain hit the grounds of Florence Speedway between Thursday and late Friday night, officials were forced to cancel the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil-sanctioned 39th Annual Spring 50 on Saturday Night. There is no make-up date for this event.

“Florence Speedway tried really hard to get this event in today, but between the rains that have fallen the last few days it was nearly impossible to get the track into good racing shape for tonight,” said Series Promoter Ray Cook. “I want to thank Jerry and Josh (King) and track crews for all their hard work today in trying to get the track run in to race and we look forward to working with them in the future. I hate it for the fans and drivers who came out today expecting to see a race but it wasn’t fair to them as well if the track wasn’t safe to race on,” said Cook again. | full story

Weather Forces Cancellation of Spring Nationals Series Race at Ponderosa Speedway

(April 3, 2015) With heavy rains moving into the area on Friday morning and afternoon, officials with Ponderosa Speedway located in Junction City, Ky. have cancelled the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series-sanctioned Third Annual Spring Showdown visit scheduled for Friday Night April 3rd.

This is the third weather-related cancelation/postponement of a Spring Nationals Series event so far this season. The March 13/14 Tennessee Tipoff Classic at Smoky Mountain Speedway was postponed until April 24/25. However, the event at Ponderosa Speedway will not be made up. | full story

Rain Halts Spring Nationals Series Johnny Salyer Memorial at 201 Speedway

(April 2, 2015) After heavy rains rolled across the Eastern half of the Bluegrass State late on Thursday evening, its caused the postponement of the feature event of the opening points race of the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil at 201 Speedway.

The $4,000-to-win Johnny Salyer Memorial main event will be run on Thursday Night September 3rd before the start of the already scheduled Southern Nationals Bonus Series-sanctioned Iron-Man Speed Week event that will pay $3,000-to-win. The make-up feature from April 2nd will be made up after hot laps on that night before the Sept. 3rd program begins. | full story

Weather Postpones Tennessee Tipoff Classic at Smoky Mountain Speedway until April 24-25

(March 11, 2015) After heavy rainfall earlier this week and the National Weather Service predicting more significant amounts of rainfall throughout the weekend, officials with the Smoky Mountain Speedway notified promoter Ray Cook of the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series that they have decided to re-schedule the Tennessee Tipoff Classic weekend from its original date of March 13 and 14 to its new date of April 24 and 25.

The new weekend dates, however, will feature a complete new format and purse.

On Friday Night April 24, the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will sanction Night One of the Tennessee Tipoff Classic weekend for a 40-lap $5,000-to-win points paying event. On Saturday Night April 25, the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series will sanction Night Two of the double-header racing a 50-lap $6,000-to-win points paying event. There will be an open practice session on Thursday Night April 23rd. | full story



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