Sandi DeCaire Classic 41 set for August 27th at Citrus County Speedway with $2,500 to the winner

Sandi DeCaire Classic 41 set for August 27th at Citrus County Speedway with $2,500 to the winner

 

NEWS FLASH, NEWS FLASH.
For the 2022 version of the annual Sandi DeCaire Classic 41at Citrus County Speedway on August 27th. The pay for the Top 10 starting spots will be as followed:
1)$2,500.00
2) $1,200.00
3) $950.00
4) $825.00
5) $700.00
6) $600.00
7) $500.00
.8 $500.00
9) $500.00
10) $500.00
thru 18th .$500.00
Lap Sponsorship and Special Awards available are at @ $2930.33
More money may be added as additional sponsorship is secured.
Terry DeCaire and Rick Day have worked hard on this event and are looking to make this the marque event for the BG Products Southern Sprint Car Series each year.
2022 BG Products Southern Sprint Car Sponsore: BG Products, BAR G Products, Sunoco, Southern Race Tires, Dayton Andrews Dodge, Signsfast Super Store, Butler Speed & Supply.
2022 Sandi DeCaire Sponsors:
“Lenny Puglio” Classic Corvettes
“Ken Statham” Statham Construction
“Kirk Morgan” Morgan Exteriors
“Taylor Andrews” Dayton Andrews Dodge Jeep Ram
“Brantley Motorsports” Wendell and Bruce Brantley
By |2022-08-09T19:48:51-04:00August 9th, 2022|Front Page News, Race Results|Comments Off on Sandi DeCaire Classic 41 set for August 27th at Citrus County Speedway with $2,500 to the winner

Florida Racing mourns loss of racing Legend M5 Michael Dean McCrary Sr.

Florida Racing mourns loss of racing Legend M5 Michael Dean McCrary Sr.

 

Story from Family and Friends:

 

On July 5th, the biggest part of our hearts, Michael Mccrary, left this world. We are no longer whole. We are in utter disbelief and broken. He fought so hard for the last 6 months to rid his body of cancer AND succeeded, only for his heart to give up on him. The world is not fair and it has taken the strongest man we know. Hug your loved ones and always tell them how much they are loved because tomorrow is never promised. We love you, Dad.
July 5th will forever be #M5 day.
M5You Will Be In Our Hearts Forever
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Michael Dean McCrary, Sr. “M5” entered into eternal rest on July 5, 2022, surrounded by his loved ones. Over the past six months, he battled AND defeated cancer, only for his heart to give up on him. Of course, his heart had nothing left to give as he was always selflessly sharing it with others.

Michael was born January 8, 1949, in Lima, Ohio, where he was also raised. After high school, he moved to Miami, Florida, where he lived over the next 14 years. He was an avid racer, opening “Mike’s Place”, a tavern, where competitors and fans alike would gather for friendship and to recap the evening’s racing festivities. During his racing career, Mike earned countless wins and titles at local tracks across the United States, both as a driver and car owner. In addition to his impressive resume behind the wheel, Mike was also a successful team owner, who was often referred to as the “Rick Hendrick of the South” because so many notable racers drove his cars. He was the first Ed Howe racecar distributor and McCreary racing tires dealer in South Florida and the 1976 Marion Edwards Memorial Champion. Combining his entrepreneurial spirit and his passion for racing, Michael also became the official fuel and apparel vendor for the USAR Hooters Pro Cup Series in its infancy. His love for racing makes perfect sense, it combined his favorite things; the feeling of family, camaraderie, togetherness, and the mischievous spirit of competition.

After moving to Central Florida in 1981, he married his wife, Marilyn, and they began a wrecker service that is still in operation today. Together they also built a subdivision in Davenport. He was a Certified Flight Instructor, Boat Captain, and multi-term President of the Auburndale Rotary Club.

Michael held many titles, but “Dad” was among his favorites and has always considered his family to be his greatest accomplishment. Not only did he raise his own children, Michael Dean II, Michael James, Michelle, Jake, Misty, Melissa, and Matthew, but he was also a fatherly figure to many that others had given up on. He shared his knowledge, compassion, and love with them all as if they were his own. His loyalty was second to none and if Mike was your friend, you had a friend for life. You also had someone to push you, stand up for you, surprise you with your favorite things, and purposely push your buttons at the same time. Everyone that knew him was better because of it. May his death be a reminder to us all to always tell people how much you love them and that your family is of the utmost importance.

Left to cherish his memory; wife, Marilyn, sister; Toni (Sheryl) Cattell, children; Michael James (liham) McCrary, Michelle (Mario) Gosselin, Jacob (April) Simmons, Misty (Dexter) Bean, Melissa (George Jr.) Gorham, Matthew (Courtney) McCrary, and grandchildren; Mya McCrary, Megan and Madison Gosselin, Addyson Simmons, Marley and Moxley Bean, Bailey, Kailey, Logan, George III, and Macon Gorham, Isla and Huxson McCrary, many nieces and nephews, former wife; Maria Lloyd, who considers Michael as her “longest term best friend.”

He was preceded in death by his son, Michael Dean McCrary II, his father, Kenneth Emerson McCrary, and his mother, Patricia Ann (Roberts) McCrary.

A funeral will be held on Thursday, July 14, 2022, at the Auburndale Community Church, 601 Stadium Road, Auburndale, FL. Visitation begins at 2:00, followed by a service at 3:30.

Arrangements By: Kersey Funeral Home

By |2022-07-11T17:10:17-04:00July 11th, 2022|Front Page News, Race Results|Comments Off on Florida Racing mourns loss of racing Legend M5 Michael Dean McCrary Sr.

Night of Mayhem Invades 4-17 Southern Speedway this weekend Enduro, Demo Derby and Twin 50 Ford 4.6’s

Night of Mayhem Invades 4-17 Southern Speedway this weekend Enduro, Demo Derby and Twin 50 Ford 4.6’s

 

 

July 2nd Enduro & Demo Derby Invades 4-17
Alligator Towing & SRQ Taxes Presents
4.6 Crown Vic- twin 50= $500 to win each segment
Run What Ya Brung- $2500 to win + $300 “Mad Dog Award”
75 lap Enduro- $1500 to win
Stock Demo Derby- $600 to win
Paul Revere race- $300 to win
Flag Pole race- $300 to win
Pricing:
Drivers: $60 entry fee (covers any or all event entry- (does not include pit entry)
Pits: $35/pp
Grandstands:
$20/adult
$18/ Military, 1st responder, & senior (all w/ valid ID only)
$13/ students 6-17
children 5 & under are free
Parking- FREE
Pit gates open 2pm
Grandstands open 5pm
Features begin 7pm
Cash only venue – ATM will be on premises day of event. No outside food or beverages. No pets on the property. No weapons or fireworks of any type permitted on property. This event is located on FAA property.
Seating for fans in the grandstands, or bring your own chair to sit on “The Hill” – either seating selection is the same price & is 1st come 1st serve
Rules located under rules tab on website
For registration or more information, contact:
Joe L 941-914-1440 or Dalton E 941-685-4371
This is a rain or shine event
By |2022-06-29T19:20:25-04:00June 29th, 2022|Front Page News, Race Results|Comments Off on Night of Mayhem Invades 4-17 Southern Speedway this weekend Enduro, Demo Derby and Twin 50 Ford 4.6’s

Jason Kimball Celebration of Life and Fundraiser Set for January 8th at Bushnell Motorsports park

Jason Kimball Celebration of Life and Fundraiser Set for January 8th at Bushnell Motorsports park

 

January 8th, at BMP, first karts on track at 10am. Celebration of Life begins immediately after karts at 1pm. This is a CASH ONLY event. Please look in the discussion to see some of the items for raffle. If you would like to donate to the raffle, please get with Justin Holt. This entire day is too have fun remembering Jason and raise money for his wife Cynthia

 

For more information Check out:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1055887055178398?active_tab=about

 

Items for Raffle:

2 tickets and pit passes to The Carb Night Classic featuring The Dave Steele Trophy at Indianapolis Raceway Park. Thank you to IRP!
MIDGETS, USAC Silver Crown, The Road To Indy USF2000, And Indy Pro2000 on the same night!!!
For the raffle, these tickets will be paired with The Little 500 tickets.
2 tickets to the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour 200 at New Smyrna Speedway on Saturday February 12. Courtesy of New Smyrna Speedway.
SpeedRacer Photos donating 50 Hero Cards to a team!
Also, he has photos of Jason in the sprint car. If you want some brought January 8th, let him know.
Plus lot’s more
By |2021-12-14T22:36:43-05:00December 14th, 2021|Front Page News, Race Results|Comments Off on Jason Kimball Celebration of Life and Fundraiser Set for January 8th at Bushnell Motorsports park

Josh Williams is heading for BJ McLeod Motorsports, Inc. in NASCAR Xfinity Series for the 2022 season

Josh Williams is heading for BJ McLeod Motorsports, Inc. in NASCAR Xfinity Series for the 2022 season

 

“I am really looking forward to driving for BJ in 2022,” Williams said in a release. “He is a racer just like me and that makes this a dangerous combination. Seeing what BJ and (wife/team co-owner) Jessica (McLeod) have built over the years is a huge accomplishment.

“From watching BJ race super late models when I was eight years old to driving for him in NASCAR is a cool story that a lot of people don’t know. Just two guys from Florida making a name at the highest level of motorsports.”

In Wednesday’s release, Williams admitted “there were a lot of tears in Phoenix, that’s for sure” as he and DGM completed their run together. But now, he’ll turn his attention to helping BJ McLeod Motorsports rise up the pecking order.

“Josh brings so much knowledge with him into any program,” BJ McLeod said. “The fact he is more than just a racer and can contribute great feedback and help our programs.

“Collectively, we can take the next step upward from a competition standpoint. Having Josh’s veteran leadership in the shop will step up the whole program, and Jessica and I are glad he has chosen here to call home for the next chapter.

By |2021-12-08T22:44:46-05:00December 8th, 2021|Front Page News, Race Results|Comments Off on Josh Williams is heading for BJ McLeod Motorsports, Inc. in NASCAR Xfinity Series for the 2022 season

Get to know your drivers with Scotty Kay Jr.

Get to know your drivers with Scotty Kay Jr.

 

When did you get started in racing and what got you interested in racing? 2008 21 years old, I grew up watching my dad and godfather at thundercross

Tell us about your racing history and accomplishments? At Hendry County I’ve won a purestock track championship in 2010 and a street stock track championship in 2020.. I’m blessed to have won a ton of big races on my Limited schedule… I have 61 feature wins to date.

What is your greatest racing accomplishment? Winning the One more for turbo memorial, 2x Dennis North memorial, Ron Heard Memorial, 2x Turkey trot street stock winner..

Who is or was your racing idol? Jeff Choquette

What is your favorite track and what is your dream track to race? Volusia, Whynot.. I’d like to race at Needmore one day for some reason..

What is your favorite past time other than racing? Well I just got into the SidexSide thing..

What is your favorite Sports team? N/A

What is your favorite racing related movie and non-racing related movie? Days of Thunder… I like a lot of Denzel Washington movies..

What is your favorite Street car and why? 80s Style Square Body Chevy truck.. I’m gonna have me one..

Who is your race car crew members? Dennis Walker, Mike Loch, David Albertson, The Barlows, My wife, and my kids

Who are your Sponsors? Coastline Diesel, Wilson Race Cars, LoveStuffOnline, Allen Plumbing, Dunn-Rite Construction, DP Racing, FatBoyz Motorsports, Esposito Transport, David Smith Fuel Systems, TSM Enhanced, Corey @ Racecar.

Who is your biggest rival on the track? David Showers Sr, Tim Gay

If you had unlimited funds and could start a Nascar team besides yourself who is a fellow racer you would take to be your teammate? Tommy Hill

 

 

By |2021-07-15T21:56:43-04:00July 15th, 2021|Front Page News, Race Results|Comments Off on Get to know your drivers with Scotty Kay Jr.

Whats Racing this weekend around the State of Florida Brought to you by LeMaster’s Insurance Agency

Whats Racing this weekend around the State of Florida Brought to you by LeMaster’s Insurance Agency

 

Asphalt tracks:

 

Citrus County Speedway:

July 10th, 2021
Wheelman Series Sportsmans 50 Laps
Crockett’s Towing Ford Outlaws 25 Laps
Legend Cars 25 Laps
Signsfast Pure Stocks 25 Laps
Mod Mini 25 Laps
O’reilly Auto Parts Mini Stocks 25 Laps

 

Showtime Speedway:

Non Winged Sprints

Hose & Hydraulic’s Street Stock

Ford 4.6 Oval Division 1 & 2

Mini Stock Figure 8

TRI CITY KART CLUB 206’S KART

 

New Smyrna Speedway:

Pro Late Model 50, Sportsman 25, NSS Truck 25, LKQ Super Stock 25, Bomber A 20

 

Five Flags Speedway:

Winged Sprint Cars, MoM, PS

Winged Sprints, modifieds of mayhem and pure stocks

Dirt Tracks:

Putnam County Raceway:

* Special Event **

  • Top Gun Sprints
  • Street Stocks
  • V8 Thunder Stocks
  • Mini Sprints
  • 4 Cylinder Gladiators
  • Real Stocks

By |2021-07-06T21:19:30-04:00July 6th, 2021|Front Page News, Race Results, Racing News|Comments Off on Whats Racing this weekend around the State of Florida Brought to you by LeMaster’s Insurance Agency

State of Florida Racing Results for 6/19/2021 Brought to you by RaceDay Saftey

State of Florida Racing Results for 6/19/2021 Brought to you by RaceDay Saftey

 

Only two tracks that I am aware of beat Mother Nature this weekend and here are your results:

 

4-17 Southern Speedway and Events:

 

4-17 Southern Speedway
June 19, 2021
Race Results
Sportsman Twin 25’s
Qualifying
1. 07 Tyler Scofield 15.084
2. 29 Jeff Guilbault Sr. 15.261
3. 407 Jason Vail 15.278
4. 5x Steve Gill 15.298
5. 87 Keith Lilley 15.320
6. 74 Corey Crisafulli 15.377
7. 56 Brandon Morris 15.378
8. 5 Chad Rutherford 15.454
9. 94 Chris Turner 15.620
10. 00 Sean Harper 15.646
11. 13 Aaron Williamson 15.704
12. 09 Donnie Ollie Jr. 15.781
13. 03 Ross Francisco 15.944
14. 12 Jason Deaton 16.076
15. 65 Rick Reed 16.106
16. 11x Jeff Firestine 16.175
17. 30 Chris Huntoon DNQ
1st 25 Lap Feature
1. 407 Jason Vail
2. 07 Tyler Scofield
3. 29 Jeff Guilbault Sr.
4. 5x Steve Gill
5. 56 Brandon Morris
6. 5 Chad Rutherford
7. 74 Corey Crisafulli
8. 13 Aaron Williamson
9. 94 Chris Turner
10. 00 Sean Harper
11. 03 Ross Francisco
12. 65 Rick Reed
13. 11x Jeff Firestine
14. 12 Jason Deaton
15. 87 Keith Lilley
16. 09 Donnie Ollie Jr. DNS
17. 30 Chris Huntoon DQ’d
2nd 25 Lap Feature
1. 56 Brandon Morris
2. 5x Steve Gill
3. 13 Aaron Williamson
4. 94 Chris Turner
5. 74 Corey Crisafulli
6. 29 Jeff Guilbault Sr.
7. 5 Chad Rutherford
8. 00 Sean Harper
9. 03 Ross Francisco
10. 11x Jeff Firestine
11. 65 Rick Reed
12. 07 Tyler Scofield
13. 407 Jason Vail
14. 12 Jason Deaton
15. 09 Donnie Ollie Jr. DNS
16. 87 Keith Lilley DNS
17. 30 Chris Huntoon DQ’d
Modified Mini Twin 25’s
Qualifying
1. 55 Thomas Zimmerman 16.428
2. 93 Jeff Firestine 16.456
3. 13 Douglas Daane 16.614
4. 45 Mike Kerrivan 16.644
5. 38 Clint Holmes 16.990
6. 77 Rachelle Rudolph-Tillis 17.005
7. 86 Fred Paravicini 17.058
8. 17 Dan Bump 17.405
9. 177 Brandon Yates 17.641
10. 7 Jason Lester DNQ
11. 2 Jimmy Wood Jr. DNQ
1st 25 Lap Feature
1. 93 Jeff Firestine
2. 86 Fred Paravicini
3. 55 Thomas Zimmerman
4. 13 Douglas Daane
5. 77 Rachelle Rudolph-Tillis
6. 177 Brandon Yates
7. 17 Dan Bump
8. 38 Clint Holmes
9. 2 Jimmy Wood Jr.
10. 45 Mike Kerrivan DNS
11. 7 Jason Lester DQ’d (Weight)
2nd 25 Lap Feature
1. 7 Jason Lester
2. 55 Thomas Zimmerman
3. 93 Jeff Firestine
4. 13 Douglas Daane
5. 86 Fred Paravicini
6. 77 Rachelle Rudolph-Tillis
7. 177 Brandon Yates
8. 45 Mike Kerrivan DNS
9. 38 Clint Holmes DNS
10. 2 Jimmy Wood Jr. DNS
11. 17 Dan Bump DNS
V8 Bomber Twin 25’s
Qualifying
1. 73 Morgan Guin 17.857
2. 33 Chris Loney 17.863
3. 98 Cody Allen 17.863
4. 5 James Owens 18.107
5. 92 Jeff Guilbault Jr. 18.130
6. 17 Tate Cawthorne 18.425
7. 13D Jordan Dahl 18.434
8. 48 Jesse Gargus 19.039
9. 86 Bubba VanDevender DQ’d “Transmission”
1st 25 Lap Feature
1. 98 Cody Allen
2. 33 Chris Loney
3. 73 Morgan Guin
4. 13D Jordan Dahl
5. 92 Jeff Guilbault Jr.
6. 17 Tate Cawthorne
7. 48 Jesse Gargus
8. 5 James Owens
9. 86 Bubba VanDevender DQ’d “Transmission”
2nd 25 Lap Feature
1. 98 Cody Allen
2. 73 Morgan Guin
3. 33 Chris Loney
4. 13D Jordan Dahl
5. 92 Jeff Guilbault Jr.
6. 17 Tate Cawthorne
7. 48 Jesse Gargus
8. 5 James Owens DNS
9. 86 Bubba VanDevender DQ’d “Transmission”
Thunder Truck
Heat
1. 87 Skyler Null
2. 69 Tom Pryor
3. 7 Richard Smit
4. 85 David Strickland DQ’d “Brakes”
25 Lap Feature
1. 87 Skyler Null
2. 69 Tom Pryor
3. 7 Richard Smith
4. 85 David Strickland DQ’d “Brakes”
New Smyrna Speedway:

6/19/2021 at New Smyrna Speedway

Bomber A

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 81-Jim Snyder[4]; 2. 16-Brian Gayton[2]; 3. 27T-Scott Tyler[6]; 4. 21-Todd Latour[8]; 5. 2-Daniel Beasley[1]; 6. 15-Dustin Higdon[17]; 7. X-Courtney Breadon[10]; 8. K9-Chuck Rush[5]; 9. 29-Tony Bromley[7]; 10. 7-Aaron Foye[14]; 11. 6-Daniel Bromley[15]; 12. 19-Jacob McElyea[13]; 13. 72-Bob Seay[9]; 14. 3-Eddie Evans[3]; 15. 76-Leroy Crawford[16]; 16. (DNS) 14-Brandon Monroe; 17. (DNS) 11-Johnny Denny; 18. (DNS) 25-Dan Webb; 19. (DNS) 27-CJ Creech

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 81-Jim Snyder[3]; 2. 16-Brian Gayton[4]; 3. K9-Chuck Rush[7]; 4. 29-Tony Bromley[6]; 5. 72-Bob Seay[1]; 6. 14-Brandon Monroe[2]; 7. 19-Jacob McElyea[5]; 8. (DNS) 76-Leroy Crawford; 9. (DNS) 25-Dan Webb; 10. (DQ) 27-CJ Creech[8]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 3-Eddie Evans[2]; 2. 2-Daniel Beasley[1]; 3. 15-Dustin Higdon[6]; 4. 27T-Scott Tyler[7]; 5. 21-Todd Latour[9]; 6. X-Courtney Breadon[3]; 7. 11-Johnny Denny[5]; 8. 7-Aaron Foye[8]; 9. 6-Daniel Bromley[4]

Ground Pounders

A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 97-Kelly Jarrett[4]; 2. 44-Ron Dallesandro[9]; 3. 72-Bud McIntyre[12]; 4. 19-Thomas Turano[3]; 5. M1-TC McElyea[5]; 6. 55-Scott Fobes[14]; 7. 61-Eddie Freeman[7]; 8. 13-Ron Hess[2]; 9. 88-Colin Smith[11]; 10. 81-Jared Zabele[8]; 11. 34-Caleb Vickers[10]; 12. (DNS) 61X-Christopher Hatton; 13. (DNS) 78-Steven Ray; 14. (DNS) 9-Art Kunzeman

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 97-Kelly Jarrett[5]; 2. 13-Ron Hess[2]; 3. M1-TC McElyea[1]; 4. 61-Eddie Freeman[6]; 5. 44-Ron Dallesandro[3]; 6. 88-Colin Smith[7]; 7. (DNS) 9-Art Kunzeman

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 72-Bud McIntyre[5]; 2. 19-Thomas Turano[3]; 3. 61X-Christopher Hatton[2]; 4. 78-Steven Ray[1]; 5. 0-Scott Cutter[6]; 6. 81-Jared Zabele[4]; 7. 34-Caleb Vickers[7]

LKQ Super Stocks

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 48-Justin Spears[3]; 2. 56-Bobby Holley[4]; 3. 67-Greg “scoot” Dame[5]; 4. 99-George Spears[2]; 5. 30-Don Duval[1]; 6. 37-Steven Metts[6]; 7. 17-John Hodge[8]; 8. 77-Warren Schuur[7]; 9. (DNS) 22-Eric Kottwitz

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 56-Bobby Holley[2]; 2. 48-Justin Spears[4]; 3. 99-George Spears[5]; 4. 30-Don Duval[1]; 5. 67-Greg “scoot” Dame[7]; 6. 37-Steven Metts[6]; 7. 77-Warren Schuur[9]; 8. 17-John Hodge[8]; 9. 22-Eric Kottwitz[3]

J&C Gradall Modifieds

A Feature 1 (50 Laps): 1. 1W-Wayne Parker[4]; 2. 15-Tim Moore[5]; 3. 33-Shain Held[6]; 4. 8-Greg Bruce[8]; 5. 29-Aaron Overman[7]; 6. 77-Danny Shearer[9]; 7. 4B-Alan Burns[3]; 8. 38-Ricky Moxley[1]; 9. (DQ) 66-Jerry Symons[2]

Qualifying 1: 1. 1W-Wayne Parker; 2. 4B-Alan Burns; 3. 66-Jerry Symons; 4. 38-Ricky Moxley; 5. 15-Tim Moore; 6. 33-Shain Held

Sportsman

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 7-Travis Devendorf[1]; 2. 22-Colton Bramlett[2]; 3. 54-Scott Bramlett[4]; 4. 25-Timmy Todd[6]; 5. 2-Ron Whaley[5]; 6. 21-Justin Reeves[11]; 7. 29-James Adams[10]; 8. 112-David Werning[12]; 9. 31-JT Tippins[13]; 10. 58-Steve Barnes[7]; 11. 44-Matthew Green[3]; 12. 21X-Mike Dahm[14]; 13. 32-James McCague Jr[8]; 14. 30-Bobby Orr[9]

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 54-Scott Bramlett[2]; 2. 22-Colton Bramlett[3]; 3. 2-Ron Whaley[4]; 4. 58-Steve Barnes[5]; 5. 30-Bobby Orr[6]; 6. 21-Justin Reeves[1]; 7. 31-JT Tippins[7]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 44-Matthew Green[1]; 2. 7-Travis Devendorf[3]; 3. 25-Timmy Todd[5]; 4. 32-James McCague Jr[6]; 5. 29-James Adams[2]; 6. (DNS) 112-David Werning; 7. (DNS) 21X-Mike Dahm

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Tough Competitors and Friends on and off the track, Bigley, Goddard, and Atwell keep the Naples Racing tradition alive and well

Tough Competitors and Friends on and off the track, Bigley, Goddard, and Atwell keep the Naples Racing tradition alive and well.

 

Everyone knows the deep racing history and heritage that as come from Collier County over the years.  You have had Bigley Sr. and Jr., Goddard’s, Turner, Langford, Walsh and Hogan, just to name a few.  Well that tradition is still going live and well right now in the Florida Super Late Model ranks as Dylan Bigley, Micheal Goddard, and Michael Atwell compete and win against the best of the best in the state and around the country.  These three are tough competitors for each other on the track but they are also there as friends and support on and off the track.

 

They all took different paths and time frames to get to where they are today in racing but today they keep the racing blood of Naples, FL pumping as these three look to keep up the winning ways of some many before them from their home town.  Some may same that Naples is a big town and did these three even know each other as young kids and that would be a yes for all three, but even more so for the two Michael’s as they both attended the same pre-school Creative Corner Preschool.

When you sit down and have a racing conversation or bench race with some of the old timers of Naples about racing as happy as they are to share their own racing stories they will be the first to tell you about the youth movement and how good the kids of today are in this sport.  There are a lot of great racing families from the Collier County area and many up an coming stars but a huge shout out to Bigley, Atwell, and Goddard for getting done on and off the track in one of Florida premier racing classes.

We do not know all of there future racing schedules but we know they all three plan to compete for the $15,000 in the Bill Bigley Sr. Memorial at 4-17 Southern Speedway on November 27th, 2021.

 

Keep making your home town proud boy’s

By |2021-05-27T21:38:19-04:00May 27th, 2021|Front Page News, Race Results|Comments Off on Tough Competitors and Friends on and off the track, Bigley, Goddard, and Atwell keep the Naples Racing tradition alive and well