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Jonathan Davenport Masters Rome Speedway for Spring Nationals Victory

(May 29, 2016) Jonathan Davenport can say he’s exhausted after winning Sunday’s Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series finale at Rome Speedway. The Blairsville, Ga. driver made the eleven-hour trek from Wheatland, Mo. where he finished fourth in Saturday’s Show-Me 100 to drive the # 116 normally driven by Crossville, Tenn. driver Randy Weaver. Davenport picked up the $6,000 payday while driving the Outlaw Racing Southeast, Stone Land Clearing and Excavating, Mission Transport, A.F. Stone Professional Medical Service and The Bailey Company-sponsored Cornett Racing Engines-powered Longhorn Chassis. This was Davenport’s second win of the season on the tour. (McLeod Media Services Photo)

Davenport led all 50 laps for the win over Casey Roberts, Jason Croft, Dale McDowell and Jason Hiett. Clint Smith, Jake Knowles, Austin Horton, Donald McIntosh and Ashton Winger rounded out the top-10. | full story

Mike Marlar Trumps Field in Spring Nationals Series Race at Dixie Speedway

(May 28, 2016) Mike Marlar finally reached victory lane at Dixie Speedway. After several visits to major touring events in years past and not a win, the Winfield, Tenn. driver was finally able to get the job done and go to the winner’s circle at the historic facility located in Woodstock, Ga. Marlar’s third Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil victory of the season brings him to the top of the all-time winners list with five victories in four seasons that the tour has hosted events. (McLeod Media Services Photo)

Marlar led the entire distance of 40 laps for the $4,000 payday while driving the Delk Equipment Sales and RS Trading Company-sponsored Cornett Racing Engines-powered Capital Race Car. | full story

Turn About is Fair Play in Mike Marlar’s Win over McIntosh at Boyd’s Speedway

(May 27, 2016) Mike Marlar of Winfield, Tenn. flip-flopped the outcome from Crossville last Saturday. Less than a week after an epic battle between two young titans in the sport Donald McIntosh and Marlar at Crossville (Tenn.) Speedway during Southern Nationals Bonus Series action, Marlar turned the tables on McIntosh this time by going to victory lane and McIntosh settling for second Friday Night at Boyd’s Speedway. (McLeod Media Services Photo)

The win was worth $4,000 and was Marlar’s fourth-career series victory and second of the season. Marlar drove the Ronnie Delk-owned, Delk Equipment Sales, RS Trading Company-sponsored Cornett Racing Engine-powered Capital Race Car to the victory. | full story

Rain Halts Spring Nationals Series at Florence Speedway for Second-Straight Year

(April 30, 2016) For the second-straight time, rain has cancelled the Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil event at Florence Speedway located in Union, Ky. This is the first rain-out for the Spring Nationals Series.

Officials with the track and series have agreed to cancel the event and it will not be made up this season. The series plans on returning to Florence Speedway in 2017. | full story

Michael Chilton Claims First-Ever Spring Nationals Series Event Victory at Ponderosa

(April 29, 2016) Michael Chilton survived rigorous driving conditions to claim his first Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil event victory at the Ponderosa Speedway on Friday Night. (McLeod Media Services Photo)

The Salvisa, Ky. native, who was a tour regular in 2013 and 2014, scored the $4,000 payday and became the 19th different winner in series history while driving the Chilton’s Lawn Maintenance, Superior Drywall and Caton’s Industrial Painting-sponsored Bullock Racing Engines-powered Rocket Chassis. Chilton also became the fifth different winner in six races this season. | full story

Chris Madden Makes Last Lap Pass for Thrilling Spring Nationals Win at Senoia

(April 23, 2016) Chris Madden needed one lap to get the job done, and that was lap 50. The Gray Court, S.C. driver passed Shane Clanton on the final lap to win his second-straight Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series by Schaeffer’s Oil victory while pocketing $6,000 at Senoia Raceway. (Francis Hauke Photo)

Madden’s third-career Spring Nationals Series win came while piloting the Century Plastics, Henderson Amusement, Crowder Trucking, Allstar Performance, Stroble Mini Storage-sponsored Clements Racing Engines-powered Longhorn Chassis. | full story

Chris Madden Takes $10,000 Spring Thaw Victory at Volunteer (TN) Speedway

(April 16, 2016) Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C. took the lead away from Dale McDowell on lap 24 and never looked back in route to his second-career Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series victory at Volunteer Speedway Saturday night. (McLeod Media Services Photo)

Madden’s second Spring Thaw, worth $10,000, came while piloting the Century Plastics, Henderson Amusement, Crowder Trucking, Allstar Performance, Stroble Mini Storage-sponsored Clements Racing Engines-powered Longhorn Chassis. | full story

Mike Marlar Collects $4,000 in Spring Thaw Opener at Volunteer Speedway

(April 15, 2016) Mike Marlar of Winfield, Tenn. rolled to his third-career Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series victory on Friday Night at Volunteer Speedway during the 15th Annual Spring Thaw opening night. Marlar drove to the win in the Ronnie Delk-owned, Delk Equipment Sales, RS Equipment Sales-sponsored Cornett Racing Engines-powered Capital Race Car. (McLeod Media Services Photo)

Four cautions slowed the 40-lapper. The first caution came on lap 11 as Mack McCarter slowed on the backstretch. On lap 22, Jake O’Neil slowed on the bottom of turn two and collected leader Chris Madden, causing Madden to spin around and bring out the yellow flag. Madden was then sent to the rear of the field with Marlar taking the point for the remaining 18 laps. On the 31st lap, Cody Mahoney stopped with a blown left-rear tire at the top of turn three. The final yellow came on lap 36 as Mark Vineyard spun his new Longhorn mount in turn three. | full story

Jonathan Davenport Superb in Spring Nationals Series Stop at Senoia Raceway

(March 25, 2016) Jonathan Davenport collected his first career Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series victory on Friday Night at Senoia Raceway taking home $4,000 for the victory. (McLeod Media Services Photo)

Davenport of Blairsville, Ga. drove the #116 normally driven by Randy Weaver to the victory and became the 18th different winner in series history. Davenport took the Outlaw Racing Southeast, Stone Land Clearing and Excavating, Mission Transport, A.F. Stone Professional Medical Service and The Bailey Company sponsored Cornett Racing Engines-powered Longhorn Chassis to the victory and became the second different winner in two series events. | full story

Scott Bloomquist Shines in Spring Nationals Series Tennessee Tipoff Classic at Smoky Mountain

(March 12, 2016) Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn. rolled to his first-career Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series victory while also becoming the 17th different tour winner on Saturday Night during the Tennessee Tipoff Classic presented by Hard Rock Café of Pigeon Forge at the Smoky Mountain Speedway. (Chad Wells Photography)

Bloomquist and pole-sitter Randy Weaver swapped the lead multiple times during the mid-race point of the 75-lapper with Bloomquist going on to win the $15,000 first place prize. Bloomquist drove the Reece Monuments, Mark Martin Automotive, Crop Production Services, Dyna-Gro, Allstar Performance, Sorbea Chiropractic, Horton Oil, Base Race Fuels, Hawkeye Trucking, Hoosier Racing Tire, Lucas Oil Products, Ole Smoky Moonshine, Penske Shocks, Sweet Manufacturing and Weld Wheels-sponsored Andy Durham Racing Engines-powered Sweet-Bloomquist Race Cars to the victory. | full story

Weaver, Coulter, Bloomquist and Marlar Win Tennessee Tipoff Preliminaries

(March 11, 2016) The Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series presented by Schaeffer’s Oil opened up the Tennessee Tipoff Classic presented by Hard Rock Café of Pigeon Forge with preliminary races on Friday night at Smoky Mountain Speedway. (Chad Wells Photography)

Randy Weaver of Crossville, Tenn. captured the First Heat race, Joey Coulter of Concord, N.C. was victorious in the Second Heat while Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn. went on to take the win in Heat Three and Mike Marlar of Winfield, Tenn. won the Fourth Heat race. | full story

Spring & Southern Nationals Series Issues Technical Bulletin For 2016 Season

(February 22, 2016) With the season opener for the Southern Nationals Bonus Series less than a week away, series officials have released the amendments to the 2016 Rule Book.

The rules will apply to all Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series, Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series and Southern Nationals Bonus Series events. The rule changes stem from the Unified Rules Committee Meeting held on Wednesday February 17th in Daytona Beach, Fla. and more changes will be added in the future. The rule amendments focus on shocks, springs and suspension components. | full story

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

 

 

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