Laps for Sale for Bigley Memorial 128 on 11/28/20 at 4-17 Southern Speedway

Laps for Sale for Bigley Memorial 128 on 11/28/20 at 4-17 Southern Speedway

 

Friday After Practice Part to be help at Ryan’s Subs and sports Bar:   More details to come

Interview with Billy Bigley Jr.

 

 






Laps for sale and what is sold:





Laps for Sale and what Laps are left anyone wanting to buy laps contact us on facebook messenger at Sunshine state racing or e-mail Jennifer@karnac.com or Robert@karnac.com or call 863-990-3564




Lap Sponsors for the Bigley Memorial on 11/28 4-17 Southern Speedway and Events
We are doing it a little different this year to benefit all drivers. Laps 1-128 are available, You can choose any amount for the lap and let us know what place you want it to go to on that lap.
(example: Lap 100, Brinson Family, 10th place $50.00)
This way the money goes thru the field of drivers. Money needs to be paid as soon as possible by cash, check, venmo.
Make sure to comment lap #, amount, what place, and how you want it listed, (in memory of, company name, your name, etc)
Lap __ Amount $__ Place __ Name of Lap ___
Also looking for :
Hard charger award: Shadow Graphics $100 and a Custom Set of Numbers, $200 — Jerry Gilbert
Fast qualifier award: $200 — Jerry Gilbert
Longest Tow award: Mike Lemaster$100
Hard luck award
1. Karnac.com $10 for 27th place
2. Bigley Family Lap Griffis Pools 5th place 100 also In Memory of Tommy/Blake 20.00
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28. Sunshine State racing $20 for 28th place/ $200 10th place In Memory of Bill Bigley Sr.
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37. National Roofing and FSG $10 to leader, 5th place and last place lead lap
38. National Roofing and FSG $10 to leader, 5th place and last place lead lap
39. National Roofing and FSG $10 to leader, 5th place and last place lead lap
40. National Roofing and FSG $10 to leader, 5th place and last place lead lap
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73. $200 20th place In Memory of Joe Gilbert
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128. Karnac.com $10 for 11th place





Updated information for Bill Bigley Sr. 128 Memorial at the 4-17 Southern Speedway 11/28/2020 10k to win 800 to Start

There will Be Friday Practice and also working on a local after practice party at a Local Restaurant to have a meet and greet have some fun and promote the event locally.











Entry List as off now will add more as confirmed. Will not add names we are not sure are coming.

Dylan Bigley

Micheal Goddard

Michael Atwell

Jesse Dutilly

Keith Roggen

Devin Mcloud

Sean LeMaster

Chase Lovelady

John Coffman

Robert Ford

Josh Todd

Trey Bayne

Anthony Sergi

Jeff Scofield

Mike Bresnahan

Nick Neri

Dustin Dunn

Randy Anderson

Ricky Anderson

David Weaver

Colin Allman

Brandon Anderson

Scot Walters

Raymond Klappert

Jony Kay

Michael Hinde

John Nutley

Steve Dorer

TJ Duke

Daniel Webster

Jared Irvan

Anthony Cataldi

#82 David McIntyre LLC Driver ??

Patrick Staropoli

Wayne Anderson





Possible or Probable ( Have expressed interest or said they are trying to make the show)

Bubba Pollard

Hayden Sprauge

Stephen Nasse

Daniel Keene Jr.

Scott Grossenbacher

Have received interest from several other out of state teams will list once confirmed.

Will You be the next too add your name to the list

If you want to add your name to the list e-mail me at Robert@karnac.com or call me at 863-990-3564



Bill Bigley Sr. Memorial 128 Payout announced for 11/28/2020 at 4-17 Southern Speedway

Last Month the full payout for the Bill Bigley Sr. Memorial 128 lap super late model race schedule for 11/28/2020 was announced and is to be one of the largest in the state of Florida for 2020. with $10,000 to win $800 to start.

All who Knew Bill Sr. knew he was all about the racer and cared more about start money than he did the payout to win. He always said that there is only one winner but lot’s of guys trying to put on a show.

With that Said the 5th annual race in his honor has one of the largest payout’s and start money of any super later model race in Florida for 2020

Payout below:

1. 10.000
2. 5,000
3. 3,500
4. 3,000
5. 2,500
6. 2,200
7. 2,000
8. 1,800
9. 1,500
10. 1,200
11. 1000
12. 900
13 through the field 800



What a pay out not sure we have ever seen a Super Late Model Purse pay $1,200 for 10th.

This will all take Place at 4-17 Southern Speedway on 11/28/2020.

Be sure and come out and celebrate the life of a great man and family.

Laps to be sold Starting this week. Reach out to Robert Howell or Jennifer Brinson for laps. the way Laps will work will be you pick the lap, the amount of money you want to give $10 or more and you pick the position you want it to be paid to. We want to thank Britney Pattie for the help with the scoring for Lap money.

We are also looking for sponsors for the following contingency prizes.

Fast Qualifier award
Hard Charger award
Hard Luck award
Half way leader award
Longest Tow Award


Thank you all for supporting this race and let us know your ideas we can do to make it better.

By |2020-11-05T00:06:48+00:00November 5th, 2020|Front Page News, Message Board, Racing News|Comments Off on Laps for Sale for Bigley Memorial 128 on 11/28/20 at 4-17 Southern Speedway

Larson Parks It at Eagle Raceway

Stenhouse Jr. Wood Racing Picks up First Outlaws Win

EAGLE, NE — June 14, 2017— After leading 29 of the 30-lap Feature, Daryn Pittman couldn’t withstand the late-race charge from Kyle Larson and Shane Stewart. Larson whipped around the top-side of the high-banked third-mile track to go by Pittman en route to win the return of the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series at Eagle Raceway.When Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series superstars Kyle Larson and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. team up, you get one potent team. During an off day from NASCAR, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. co-owner of Stenhouse Jr. Wood Racing decided to put Monster Energy Cup Series standout, Kyle Larson in a second entry for the Eagle Nationals at Eagle Raceway.Good friends away from the track, Larson and Stenhouse Jr. also share a special bond, having been really close friends with the late-Bryan Clauson.Stenhouse Jr. during the off season teamed up with Matt Wood to form Stenhouse Jr. Wood Racing — the team that Clauson raced with before his tragic death in 2016.When the 24-car field got the green flag, it was Daryn Pittman that got the jump and rocketed out to the lead — a lead that he had to relinquish because of a yellow flag for a spinning Paul McMahan and Jason Johnson. The field would have a complete restart with the yellow coming out before a lap could be completed.Once the field got back going again, Pittman once again found himself out front, holding off eight-time and defending World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series champion, Donny Schatz.Having worked his way up from the sixth starting-spot to inside the top-five at the time of a red flag on Lap 12. It was the No. 2KS and No. 82 who got upside-down in Turn 3; both drivers were able to walk away unscathed.Back under green, Larson Marks Racing’s Shane Stewart and Kyle Larson put the pressure on second place Donny Schatz. With under 10-laps remaining, both Stewart and Larson were able to get by and set their sights on the leader, Pittman.“I got racing Shane [Stewart] pretty hard — I have fun racing him,” said Kyle Larson.Navigating their way through lap traffic through Turns 3 and 4 with less than three laps to go, Stewart stuck to the bottom of the track while Larson went to the top. As the two entered Turn 1, they banged wheels; Larson was able to gain the second position.With his sights clearly set on the leader, Larson kept his No. 17K wound up on the top-side of the Eagle Raceway to get by Pittman to lead the white flag lap. Larson would go on to win“We are there [close to a win], unfortunately we just need to finish it out,” said Daryn Pittman. “Second sucks. We haven’t been in the position all year and here we were. [Kyle] ran a good race and we just got beat.”Clearly a special win for Larson and the Stenhouse Jr. Wood Racing team as Larson paid homage to an old friend, Bryan Clauson in Victory Lane.“I can’t believe I parked it here, it’s pretty cool. I think this is this team’s first win, so happy to be a part of that.”Larson joked in Victory Lane that he had three crew chief’s at Eagle, Ricky Stehouse Jr., Tyler Swank and David Fero, a crew member on his No. 42 NASCAR entry.This win marks the first Outlaws win for the newly formed Stenhouse Jr. Wood Racing. This is Larson’s firth overall World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series win; first since 2013 and his first Outlaws win outside of his home state of California.The World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series is back in action on Friday, June 16 when the Series visits River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, N.D. The Series will then continue onto Red River Valley Speedway on Saturday, June 17. For tickets, visit WorldofOutlaws.com/tickets.

Source: World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series – Kyle Larson Wins at Eagle Raceway

By |2017-06-21T14:17:31+00:00June 21st, 2017|Front Page News, Message Board, National, Sprint Cars|Comments Off on Larson Parks It at Eagle Raceway