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June 21st, 2016 - Magnolia Motor Speedway Adjust July SAS Event
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—Magnolia Motor Speedway officials &  the Southern All Stars have adjusted the program for  the annual Governors Cup event that is to be held at the 3/8ths mile gumbo track on July 16th.

The race will now be a one day 50 lap event that will pay $5,000 to win and $400 to start.  Also on Friday night July 15th there will be an open practice session for this event.

More information concerning this event and the whole month of racing in July for the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will be released in a few days. <<MORE>>

June 11th, 2016 - Riley Hickman Wins B.J. Parker Memorial
EASTABOGA, AL--Saturday night three time Southern All Star Champion Riley Hickman finally got to where he has been trying to since the season started and that is first place in 2016 and that he did as he led all 42 laps to get the $4,200 check in the B J Parker Memorial at the Talladega Short Track.  Hickman got his first Southern All Star win of the year and his 5th in his Southern All Star career, which moved him into the top 20 in all time wins, tying him with drivers Jerry Inmon, Buddy Morris, Johnny Stokes, Bill Frye, Earl Pearson Jr & Billy Moyer.<<MORE>>

May 14th, 2016 - Shane Clanton Wins Billy Clanton Classic at Senoia
SENOIA, GA--The Southern All Star Dirt racing Series returned to the Senoia Raceway Saturday night for the first time since 1987 and before a standing room only crowd Shane Clanton of Zebulon, GA., took the win worth $5.125. (Glen Starek Photo)<<MORE>>

May 13th, 2016 - SAS Changes Dates for TN National Raceway Event
FAYETTEVILLE, TN--The Southern All Star Dirt racing Series event at the Tennessee National Raceway in Hohenwald, TN., and schedule for Saturday night May 28th has now been moved to Saturday night July 9th.  The race will still be a 40 lap $4,000 to win event along with a full racing program for the Tennessee National Raceway local divisions.<<MORE>>

May 10th, 2016 - All-New BrakeOMeter™ Joins Southern All Stars As Marketing Partner With BOM Award
FAYETTEVILLE, TN--The Southern All Star Dirt racing Series is very excited to announce another marketing partner coming on board for the 2016 season in BrakeOMeter.  They will be awarding the BOM Award to the fourth place finisher at each of the remaining races during the 2016 season.  “Glen Johnson of BrakeOMeter wanted to get involved and showcase their new product line of dial brake adjusters and after several emails the program will start at this Saturday night’s race at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, GA., the Billy Clanton Classic” said Lynn Acklin of Southern All Stars.  “We look forward to working with the Southern All Stars this year as they help with getting our product out to the people we need,  the drivers, we will award the fourth place finisher at each event with a product certificate and  will do some extra things later in the season” said Glen Johnson of BrakeOMeter.<<MORE>>

May 7th, 2016 - Mark Fields Captures First SAS Series Win
LAWRENCEBURG, TN--The Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series returned to Ricky Spurgeon’s Thunderhill Raceway in Lawrenceburg, TN., and one of the drivers that watched his father race there when it opened, got one of his biggest career wins,  Mark Fields of Lawrenceburg, TN., got his first career Southern All Star win as well as a $4,000 payday.<<MORE>>

April 30th, 2016 - Jason Hiett Scores First Career SAS Win at Talladega
EASTABOGA, AL--The Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series made its first stop of the 2016 season Saturday night at the Talladega Short Track for the annual NASCAR weekend show and Jason Hiett of Oxford, Al., pick up his first career series win as he dominated from the drop of the green flag to the checkered flag worth $4,000.
35 cars took laps in White Performance group qualifying and Hiett set fast time for his group at 14.564 with Dale McDowell second, Jake Knowles third, Terry Smith fourth and Tim Roszell fifth in group A, in group B Riley Hickman was the man on top with a lap of 14.732, with Dylan Ames, Cory Hedgecock, William Thomas & Todd Morrow rounding out the top five.<<MORE>>

April 27th, 2016 - ENGINES / SPOILERS: CT 525 & SAS / SUPR SPEC ENGINES
After careful consideration of current trends and to be more in line with other touring series in the region the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series announced theses changes in the interest of fair competition and a level playing field among all engine classifications.

These changes are effective April 30, 2016 and will be administered at events subsequent to this date.<<MORE>>

April 23rd, 2016 - Mike Marlar Scores 3rd Career Southern All Stars Win
MARYVILLE, TN--The Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series made its first stop of the 2016 season along with the USCS Sprint cars at the Smoky Mt Speedway and in front of a huge crowd Mike Marlar of Winfield, TN., took the Southern All Stars portion of the program to collect his third career win with the series. Marlar jumped into the lead from T J Reaid and went on to take the $5,000 payday.
Marlar set fast time in White Performance qualifying group one, with T J Reaid fastest in group two to set up the front row.<<MORE>>

March 29th, 2016 - Senoia & Southern All Stars Switch Race Title Names
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—Southern All Star officials and Senoia Raceway officials have switched the title names for the upcoming Southern All Star events at the Georgia facility.<<MORE>>

March 24th, 2016 - Racecar Engineering Joins SAS Series
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—Racecar Engineering’s Scott Allister and the Southern All Stars have joined to award the Racecar Engineering Hard Luck Award to be presented to a from each Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series event that has some unforeseen circumstances take them out of the night competition.  The award will be a $50 product certificate toward any items purchased through Racecar Engineering.<<MORE>>

March 6th, 2016 - Chris Madden Reels in 48th SAS Victory at Cherokee
GAFFNEY, SC—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series returned to Lennie Buff’s Cherokee Speedway Sunday afternoon for March Madness XIV and local favorite and  two time Southern All Star Champion Chris Madden of Gray Court, SC., scored the win in impressive manner as he led all 60 laps before a packed grandstands.<<MORE>> (ZSK Photography)

February 28th, 2016 - Overton and Roberts Grab SAS Opening Wins
COCHRAN, GA—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series opened up the 2016 season Saturday & Sunday at Chris Martin’s Cochran Motor Speedway with a pair of 50 lap $5,000 to win events,  and two Georgia drivers took  the wins, Appleton, GA.,  driver Brandon Overton and Casey Roberts of Toccoa, GA., scored the wins. (Mark Bochiardy Photo)

Brandon Overton started on the outside pole and then passed pole sitter Casey Roberts on the eighth lap and then survived 8 more cautions to score his career first Southern All Star win.  Overton held on to the top spot even though he got challenged a few times by former Southern All Star champion Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA., who finished in the second spot, Casey Roberts who started on the pole slipped up and finished in the third spot, fourth place went to Jordy Nipper of Gray, GA., who was back in Southern All Star action for the first time in a few years and fifth place went to three time Southern All Star champion Riley Hickman. (Richard Barnes Photo) <<MORE>>

February 26th, 2016 - SAS Series Shock & Suspension Rules
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series 2016 Shock & Suspensions rules are posted on the Southern All Stars website at www.sasdirt.com.  These are the current guidelines for the season, but adjustments & amendments can be made at anytime.<<MORE>>

February 18th, 2016 - SAS Set Two Dates For Return To Thunderhill Raceway
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series is adding two more races to the 2016 schedule as series officials and track owner Ricky Spurgeon have come to agreement to host the Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series for a pair of $4,000 to win events on Saturday night May 7th and Saturday night September 3rd along with a full racing program.<<MORE>>

February 9th, 2016 - EPA Aims to Prohibit Conversion of Vehicles to Racecars
A proposed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulation came to light Monday which aims to prohibit the conversion of on-road vehicles into racecars. This would affect any division where the machine is taken from stock and made into a racecar, such as Four Cylinder, Pure Stock and Street Stock classes. It is unclear how many divisions may be affected in total.<<MORE>>

February 3rd, 2016 - SAS Getting Set For Opening Weekend at CMS
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will open up season #33 in South Georgia as Chris Martin and his staff welcome the series to his 3/8ths mile oval for a pair of 50 lap $5,000 to win event on Saturday & Sunday February 27th & 28th with a practice session slated for Friday night February 26th.<<MORE>>

January 19th, 2016 - AR Bodies to Step Up Program With SAS
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series and AR Bodies have had long standing relationship throughout the years with different contingency programs, but in 2016 AR Bodies located in Greenbrier, TN., will up its program with the AR Bodies Challenge to take place during the 2016 season.<<MORE>>

January 14th, 2016 - SAS Will Be at Southern Dirt Racing Expo
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will begin its 33rd year of sanctioning super late model racing across the southeast on Saturday & Sunday February 27th & 28th at the Cochran Motor Speedway in Cochran, GA., with a pair of 50 lap $5,000 to win events, but before that will happen series officials will be at the Southern Dirt Racing Expo this weekend January 16th & 17th  in Perry, GA., at the  Georgia National Fairgrounds to talk to fans, drivers, track promoters and officials about the upcoming 2016 season, that right now has 18 races on the schedule with a few more dates to me added.<<MORE>>

December 18th, 2015 - 2016 Southern All Star Series Schedule Released
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will begin its 33rd year of sanctioning super late model racing across the southeast with the release of the 2016 working schedule that has 18 races set for now with the addition of more races as dates are being worked out.<<MORE>>

October 26th, 2015 - Austin Kirkpatrick Captures First SAS Win at TST
EASTABOGA, AL—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series ended the 2015 season with a bang as one of the largest fields of cars in years showed up  at the Talladega Short Track for the annual NASCAR Weekend stop of the tour and Austin Kirkpatrick of Ocala, FL., scored his first Southern All Star win as well as his first super late model win.<<MORE>>

September 27th, 2015 - Madden & Weaver Win at EAMS for SAS Event
PHENIX CITY, AL—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series made its second trip of the season to the East Alabama Motor Speedway Phenix City, AL., and two Southern All Star champions took the wins in the pair of 40 lap $4,000 to win events at the 37th Alabama State Championships. (Bruce Carroll Photo)

In Saturday night action Weaver of Crossville, TN., set fast time in White Performance qualifying and set the pace early in the race as he built a lead over the rest of the field with Madden, Austin Smith, Clint Smith and Dylan Ames all battling it out for the second spot.  These four  drivers all ran in the second spot at one time or another during the race with Madden falling back as far as fourth, but then got back to the second spot and worked his way back to Weaver as he encountered lapped traffic. Madden caught and then passed Weaver on the outside and then went on to get his 46th career win with the series, Weaver finished second, with Riley Hickman of Ooltewah, TN., working his way into a third place finish from his 19th starting spot.  Fourth went to Austin Smith and fifth was Clint Smith in his first run with the series this season. (Mike Bochiardy Photo) <<MORE>>

September 19th, 2015 - Chris Madden Wins at Smoky Mountain
MARYVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will made its second stop of the 2015 season Saturday night at the Smoky Mt Speedway in Maryville, TN., for the King of the Mountain Fall Classic sponsored by East Tennessee Auto Outlet and two time Southern All Star Champion Chris Madden let everybody know he was back as he took home the win and the $5,000 back to Gray Court, SC.<<MORE>>

August 29th, 2015 - Billy Moyer Jr. Sweeps SAS Weekend at KLMS
CALVERT CITY, KY—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series made its first trip to Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in Calvert City, KY., for the Kentucky Doubleheader weekend of racing in the Bluegrass state and Billy Moyer Jr of Batesville, AR., picked up his first two career Southern All Star wins by capturing both events and getting a $1,000 bonus making it a $10,000 weekend for him.

In Friday night action Moyer Jr started 5th and worked his way to the front battling with pole sitter Ashley Newman of Ripley, TN.,  and outside pole sitter Riley Hickman of Cleveland, TN.,  all race long, Hickman took over the top spot from Newman around lap 10 and then held it till Moyer Jr moved around Hickman on a restart and then started to pull away from second and third, but lapped traffic proved to be a problem as this allowed Newman to gain on Moyer Jr in the closing laps with Newman getting alongside Moyer Jr in the final laps but he could just not get by him and had to settle for a second place, third went to Riley Hickman fourth to Brandon Kinzer of Allen, KT.,  and fifth to Dylan Ames of Harvest, Al., who started 14th and worked his way up for a top five finish.
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August 1st, 2015 - Chris Ferguson Wins Stick Elliott Memorial
GAFFNEY, SC-The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series made its second stop of the 2015 season at  the Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC., for the 30th Annual Stick Elliott Memorial and Chris Ferguson of Mt Holly, NC., was the man to beat as he set fast time in White Performance/Schaeffer Racing Oil by Ed Lowe qualifying then used his pole starting position to lead all 50 laps and get his career first Southern All Star win. (ZSK Photography) <<MORE>>

July 25th, 2015 - Riley Hickman Scores Michael Head Memorial Victory
EASTABOGA, AL-The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series returned Saturday night to the Talladega Short Track for the Michael Head Jr Memorial and it was a very popular win for the two time series champion Riley Hickman of Cleveland, TN., as Michael’s father Mike was inducted into the Southern All Star Hall of Fame in 2015, he and Riley discussed  about that he would love to win the race named after his late son, well Saturday night Hickman did what he said he would like to do and that is get the win and take home the $4,000 first place money. (Heath Lawson Photography) <<MORE>>

July 18th, 2015 - Bub McCool Wins First Career SAS Victory
COLUMBUS, MS- The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series sanctioned the 12th Annual Governors Cup at Johnny Stokes Magnolia Speedway and Vicksburg, MS., driver Bub McCool worked his way from his third starting spot  to get his first Southern All Star win and a $10,000 payday.<<MORE>>

July 3rd, 2015 - Purses Set for Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway Events
FAYETTEVILLE, TN—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series along with officials at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in Calvert City, KY., have announced the purses for the newly announced dates of August 28th & 29th.

The Friday night event will be a 40 lap $4,000 to win, $400 to start event , then the following  Saturday night the event will be a 50 lap $5,000 to win, $400 to start event .  Both nights will consist of group qualifying, B Mains and feature events.
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June 20th, 2015 - BJ Parker Memorial Rained Out
EASTABOGA, AL—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series B J Parker Memorial has been rained out tonight at the Talladega Short Track.  Rain Friday night, as well as several showers and thunderstorms moved across the area this morning saturating the grounds.  A makeup date will be announced later.
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June 13th, 2015 - Cook Captures Victory at SAS Scott Sexton Memorial
BULLS GAP, Tenn. (June 13, 2015) — The Southern All Star Racing Series visited Volunteer Speedway on Saturday night for the third annual Scott Sexton Memorial, with Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., and Brad Neat of Dunnville, Ky., respectively having won the first two events.

Ray Cook of Murphy, N.C., wrote his name in the record book with an impressive run to capture the $5,200 victory in a race honoring one of East Tennessee’s all-time best behind the wheel of a dirt Super Late Model. The 46-year-old Sexton, from Pigeon Forge and widely known around racing as “Superman” who ended his legendary career just shy of 200 victories, passed away on January 10, 2013 after a seven year health battle. <<MORE>>

June 4th, 2015 - SAS Month of June To Feature Special Events
FAYETTEVILLE, TN--The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series has two special races coming up in the month of June and they are memorial races for two people who played a role in the 32 year history of the longest running dirt late model tour in the country.

Saturday June 13th the series will make its return to Phyllis & Joe Loven’s Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, TN., for the 3rd Annual Scott Sexton Memorial.  A 52 lap $5,200to win event that will honor the Pigeon Forge, TN., driver for his accomplishments with the Southern All Stars as he took home 10 wins with 7 of those being $10,000 to win events, his win totals at the east Tennessee & North Carolina  tracks include three win at the former Atomic Speedway in Knoxville, TN., two wins at the Volunteer Speedway, two wins at the Tazewell Speedway in Tazewell, TN., and one win each at the Cleveland Speedway in Cleveland, TN., Smoky Mt Speedway in Whittier, NC., and the 411 Speedway in Seymour, TN.<<MORE>>

May 23rd, 2015 - Skylar Marlar Wins at Tennessee National Raceway
HOHENWALD, TN--The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series returned to the Tennessee National Raceway Saturday night and the huge crowd was entertained by a 40 lap event that saw Winfield, TN., driver Skylar Marlar get his first career Southern All Star win by out running his brother Mike for a $4,000 pay day in the PPM Racing Products house car powered by a Clements racing engine.<<MORE>>

May 2nd, 2015 - Randy Weaver Stays Red-Hot with SAS Win at 'Dega
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series rolled into Talladega short Track Saturday night for their annual spring NASCAR Weekend date and once again the series did not disappoint as 36 super late models checked in for the 40 lap $4,000 to win event and the hottest dirt late driver in the country continued his winning ways as Randy Weaver of Crossville, TN., set fast time in White Performance qualifying at 14.652 and then went on to led all 40 laps of the main on his way to his 4th straight Southern All Star victory and 8th overall this season across the country. <<MORE>>

April 25th, 2015 - Longtime Southern All Star Racing Series Supporter Alfred Gurley Passes Away
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series lost one of its biggest supporters Friday morning as co owner of the Talladega Short Track Alfred Gurley passed away after a lengthy illness,  Gurley who along with Lynn Phillips are co owner of the Talladega Short Track and have been a key part in the success of the Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series over its 32 year history and are still a part of the series to this day having hosted over 100 Southern All Star events. <<MORE>>

April 24th, 2015 - Randy Weaver Still Hot With Third Southern All Star Win At Smoky Mt Speedway
2The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series ran its first race of the 2015 season Friday night at the Smoky Mt Speedway and if you are a Randy Weaver fan is was your kind of night.  Weaver in his Outlaw Racing Southeast Longhorn Chassis with a Cornett Engines sponsored by  Stone Land Cleaning & Excavating/Mission Transport/AF Stone Professional Medical Services/The Bailey Company set fast time in Whiter Performance Qualifying an d the proceeded to lead the entire 40 lap Rockin with the Stars 40 presented by WIMZ 103.5. <<MORE>>

April 20th, 2015 - Smoky Mountain Speedway Fast Facts
2 RACE: 5th Annual Rockin With The Stars 40 Presented By WIMZ 103.5
PLACE: Smoky Mt  Speedway-Maryville, TN        
DATE: Friday April 24th 2015        
TIME:  Pit gates Open At 2pm

OPEN PRACTICE THURSDAY NIGHT, STANDS ARE FREE; PITS OPEN AT 4PM; PIT PASS IS $20 PER PERSON/ $15 KIDS. PRACTICE IS FROM 6-9PM WITH A PIT PARTY AT 9 PM. PIT PARTY IS SPONSORED BY JETS PIZZA AND HOOTERS. <<MORE>>

March 28th, 2015 - Randy Weaver Wins Wild Southern All Star March Madness At Cherokee
2 Three time Southern  All Star Dirt Racing Series Champion Randy Weaver has to be the hottest dirt late model driver in the country right now as he has now won both Southern All Star events this season as well all the events that he has entered in the month of March. Wells Racing Photography

The Crossville, TN., driver led all 60 laps Sunday afternoon at the Cherokee Speedway in his Outlaw Racing Southeast/Cornett Racing Engines/Longhorn Chassis, but it was not easy as he had to hold off a late race charge that was made by Jonathan Davenport.  Weaver did what he had to do to keep him behind him and Davenport tried several time on the inside and outside but just could not keep Weaver from getting his 28th career win with the series. <<MORE>>


March 25th, 2015 - Southern All Stars & Cherokee Speedway Will Try Again Sunday March 29th For March Madness 13
2The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series has been like everybody else in the racing business this year dodging rain, moving dates and trying to get the 2015 season underway.  The first big weekend for the series to open up got split into two separate weekends and now that weekend is here with the 13th Annual March Madness at the Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC. Sunday afternoon March 29th the race will be a 60 lap green flag event paying $7,500 to the winner and $600 to start. <<MORE>>

March 23rd, 2015 - 13th Annual March Madness Fast Facts
2The 13th Annual March Madness will be race #2 in the 2015 Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series schedule.  The 60 lap main event will pay $7,500 to win.

The starting field is set for 24 cars, including provisionals. All cars will qualify for starting positions in 10 lap heat races, cars not transferring will run in B Mains to determine up to 22 starters with the final two spots for highest driver in the 2014 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Final points standings and the current 2015 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series points that have not made the event. <<MORE>>

March 16th, 2015 - Southern All Stars Adjust Schedule
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series has adjusted it schedule for the April event at the Smoky Mt Speedway in Maryville, TN., as the date was originally set for Saturday night April 25th  it has now been moved to Friday night April 24th and now will be a part of a doubleheader weekend with the Spring Nationals. <<MORE>>

March 8th, 2015 - Randy Weaver Takes Bama Bash At East Alabama
2 The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series opened up the 2015 season a week later than it was supposed at the East Alabama Motor Speedway with the 18th Annual Bama Bash and former series champion Randy Weaver of Crossville, TN., scored his 27th career series win. (Heath Lawson Photo)

In White Performance Qualifying on Saturday night another former series champion Chris Madden of Gray Court, SC., set fast time with a lap of 15.227 seconds with Weaver second fast, 2015 Cruise with the Champions/Dirt on Dirt Rookie of the Year contender Dillon Tidmore of Glencoe, AL., third, long time East Alabama Motor Speedway and part time series competitor Terrance Nowell of Phenix City, AL., fourth quick and 2014 Southern All Star Rookie of the Year Chris Wilson was fifth quick. <<MORE>>


February 24th, 2015 - Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Joins Lucas Oil & World Of Outlaws Concerning Shock Rule
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series is taking “preventative” measures, just like the Lucas Oil Series & World of Outlaws Late Model Series and has issued a technical bulletin to limit exotic and developing technologies in racing shocks.

The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series decision to outlaw four styles of shocks was made after numerous phone calls from concerned drivers that run part time with the series as well as series regular drivers, citing cost as the main contributing factor for the rule change. This rule will go into effect this weekend at the series opening weekend events East Alabama Motor Speedway & Cherokee Speedway. <<MORE>>

February 19th, 2015 - 18th Annual Bama Bash Presented By Hoosier Tire Fast Facts
2The 18th Annual Bama Bash Presented By Hoosier Tires opens the 2015 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Season.  The 100 lap race will pay $15,000 to win along with $5,000 in lap money.

The starting field is set for 24 cars, including provisionals. All cars will qualify for starting positions in 15 lap heat races, cars not transferring  will run in B Mains to determine  up to 22 starters with the final two spots for highest 2 drivers in the 2014 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Final points standings that have not made the event. <<MORE>>


February 5th, 2015 - 13th Annual March Madness Set For Cherokee Speedway March 1st
2 The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will be a part of the 13th Annual March Madness at the Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC., on Sunday March 1st that will pay the winner $10,000 and be the second day of a Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series weekend that includes the night before the 18th Annual Bama Bash at the East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City, AL., making it a possible $25,000 to win weekend for one driver. <<MORE>>

January 27th, 2015 - Riley Hickman, Chris Wilson & Mike Head Take Top Billing At Southern All Stars Banquet
The Cleveland County Club in Cleveland TN., was the setting for the 2014 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series banquet and by the talk among the drivers, crewman, friends and family, the 2015 racing is shaping up to be a good year.

2014 Champion Riley Hickman of Cleveland, TN., took home the top honors for the second year in a row as Hickman took three wins with the series, at Boyds Speedway, Talladega Short Track and Cleveland Speedway. Hickman also bagged the top honors for the car builder of the year for Chip Vineyard Race Cars of Knoxville, TN., and motor builder of the year with Vic Hill Racing Engines of Mosheim, TN., Brad “Urkel” Carvin also took his second crew chief of the year as he helped Hickman to 11 top five finished and 13 top tens. <<MORE>>


April 20th, 2015 - Smoky Mountain Speedway Fast Facts
2 RACE: 5th Annual Rockin With The Stars 40 Presented By WIMZ 103.5
PLACE: Smoky Mt  Speedway-Maryville, TN        
DATE: Friday April 24th 2015        
TIME:  Pit gates Open At 2pm

OPEN PRACTICE THURSDAY NIGHT, STANDS ARE FREE; PITS OPEN AT 4PM; PIT PASS IS $20 PER PERSON/ $15 KIDS. PRACTICE IS FROM 6-9PM WITH A PIT PARTY AT 9 PM. PIT PARTY IS SPONSORED BY JETS PIZZA AND HOOTERS. <<MORE>>

March 28th, 2015 - Randy Weaver Wins Wild Southern All Star March Madness At Cherokee
2 Three time Southern  All Star Dirt Racing Series Champion Randy Weaver has to be the hottest dirt late model driver in the country right now as he has now won both Southern All Star events this season as well all the events that he has entered in the month of March. Wells Racing Photography

The Crossville, TN., driver led all 60 laps Sunday afternoon at the Cherokee Speedway in his Outlaw Racing Southeast/Cornett Racing Engines/Longhorn Chassis, but it was not easy as he had to hold off a late race charge that was made by Jonathan Davenport.  Weaver did what he had to do to keep him behind him and Davenport tried several time on the inside and outside but just could not keep Weaver from getting his 28th career win with the series. <<MORE>>


March 25th, 2015 - Southern All Stars & Cherokee Speedway Will Try Again Sunday March 29th For March Madness 13
2The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series has been like everybody else in the racing business this year dodging rain, moving dates and trying to get the 2015 season underway.  The first big weekend for the series to open up got split into two separate weekends and now that weekend is here with the 13th Annual March Madness at the Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC. Sunday afternoon March 29th the race will be a 60 lap green flag event paying $7,500 to the winner and $600 to start. <<MORE>>

March 23rd, 2015 - 13th Annual March Madness Fast Facts
2The 13th Annual March Madness will be race #2 in the 2015 Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series schedule.  The 60 lap main event will pay $7,500 to win.

The starting field is set for 24 cars, including provisionals. All cars will qualify for starting positions in 10 lap heat races, cars not transferring will run in B Mains to determine up to 22 starters with the final two spots for highest driver in the 2014 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Final points standings and the current 2015 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series points that have not made the event. <<MORE>>

March 16th, 2015 - Southern All Stars Adjust Schedule
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series has adjusted it schedule for the April event at the Smoky Mt Speedway in Maryville, TN., as the date was originally set for Saturday night April 25th  it has now been moved to Friday night April 24th and now will be a part of a doubleheader weekend with the Spring Nationals. <<MORE>>

March 8th, 2015 - Randy Weaver Takes Bama Bash At East Alabama
2 The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series opened up the 2015 season a week later than it was supposed at the East Alabama Motor Speedway with the 18th Annual Bama Bash and former series champion Randy Weaver of Crossville, TN., scored his 27th career series win. (Heath Lawson Photo)

In White Performance Qualifying on Saturday night another former series champion Chris Madden of Gray Court, SC., set fast time with a lap of 15.227 seconds with Weaver second fast, 2015 Cruise with the Champions/Dirt on Dirt Rookie of the Year contender Dillon Tidmore of Glencoe, AL., third, long time East Alabama Motor Speedway and part time series competitor Terrance Nowell of Phenix City, AL., fourth quick and 2014 Southern All Star Rookie of the Year Chris Wilson was fifth quick. <<MORE>>


February 24th, 2015 - Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Joins Lucas Oil & World Of Outlaws Concerning Shock Rule
The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series is taking “preventative” measures, just like the Lucas Oil Series & World of Outlaws Late Model Series and has issued a technical bulletin to limit exotic and developing technologies in racing shocks.

The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series decision to outlaw four styles of shocks was made after numerous phone calls from concerned drivers that run part time with the series as well as series regular drivers, citing cost as the main contributing factor for the rule change. This rule will go into effect this weekend at the series opening weekend events East Alabama Motor Speedway & Cherokee Speedway. <<MORE>>

February 19th, 2015 - 18th Annual Bama Bash Presented By Hoosier Tire Fast Facts
2The 18th Annual Bama Bash Presented By Hoosier Tires opens the 2015 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series Season.  The 100 lap race will pay $15,000 to win along with $5,000 in lap money.

The starting field is set for 24 cars, including provisionals. All cars will qualify for starting positions in 15 lap heat races, cars not transferring  will run in B Mains to determine  up to 22 starters with the final two spots for highest 2 drivers in the 2014 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Final points standings that have not made the event. <<MORE>>


February 5th, 2015 - 13th Annual March Madness Set For Cherokee Speedway March 1st
2 The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will be a part of the 13th Annual March Madness at the Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC., on Sunday March 1st that will pay the winner $10,000 and be the second day of a Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series weekend that includes the night before the 18th Annual Bama Bash at the East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City, AL., making it a possible $25,000 to win weekend for one driver. <<MORE>>

January 27th, 2015 - Riley Hickman, Chris Wilson & Mike Head Take Top Billing At Southern All Stars Banquet
The Cleveland County Club in Cleveland TN., was the setting for the 2014 Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series banquet and by the talk among the drivers, crewman, friends and family, the 2015 racing is shaping up to be a good year.

2014 Champion Riley Hickman of Cleveland, TN., took home the top honors for the second year in a row as Hickman took three wins with the series, at Boyds Speedway, Talladega Short Track and Cleveland Speedway. Hickman also bagged the top honors for the car builder of the year for Chip Vineyard Race Cars of Knoxville, TN., and motor builder of the year with Vic Hill Racing Engines of Mosheim, TN., Brad “Urkel” Carvin also took his second crew chief of the year as he helped Hickman to 11 top five finished and 13 top tens. <<MORE>>