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Official Results: July 26, 2014

Official results from July 26, 2014 Nesmith Late Models 1. 52-Ryan King 2. 29-Rusty Ballenger 3. 17-Mike Weeks 4. 99-Justin Summers 5. 7-Brian Overby 6. 79c-Marty Calloway 7. 31-Brad Seagle 8. 66-Adam Beeler 9. 98-Eric Centers 10. 10-Chad Beeler 11. 7-Scott Ward Sportsman 1. 2-Terry Poore 2. 7-Heath Alvey 3. 01-Wayne Rader 4. 11-Kip Sawyer

Double Street Stock Features this Saturday

Double Street Stock Features this Saturday Night at the 4-1-1. Double pay, double points and you QUALIFY for each race. All for the price of one. Whewww after that whirlwind of a show last night it’s back to Championship Points racing at the 4-1-1 this Saturday Night July 26. As our local Hero’s get back

Official Results: July 22nd, 2014

Here is the Official Results from July 22nd, 2014! Thanks to all the fans for coming out tonight, PACKED HOUSE! Thanks to the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals officials for a wonderful night, also thanks to all those drivers for coming out and putting on a show for the fans! Join us this Saturday for a

Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals up next

Coming this Tuesday July 22nd, we welcome the stars and cars of the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals to town for a $3,500 to win special event! Also on the program will be Sportsman racing their way to a $500 winners check, Street Stock guns for a $400 winners check, and Mini Stock guns for $300.

Gates open at 3:00p, drivers meeting 6:45p and hotlaps 7:00p! Adult grandstands $18, and hopefully you saved your ticket stub from July 12th (because we know you were there!) because that stub will be worth $2 off. Kids in the stands 12 & under free with paid adult. Pit passes $30 for adults, and kids 12 & under $15 with signed minor release.

Make your plans now and join us in less than 48 hours as we welcome the stars of the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals! The turnout will be wonderful, so DON’T MISS OUT!!

Rusty Ballenger cruises to NeSmith win as David Miley captures first Sportsman win

Seymour, TN – Another beautiful afternoon graced the 411 Motor Speedway on Saturday afternoon, where the night got kicked off with NeSmith Qualifying. Adam Beeler would eclipse the previous fastest time with his blistering lap of 14.065. Rusty Ballenger was not far behind as the 2nd place qualifier, who turned in a lap of 14.076. Next was Sportsman, where David Miley would take fast qualifier honors and start on the pole for the Sportsman feature with his lap of 14.514 which was good enough to earn him the Sportsman division qualifying record. When feature time rolled around, Thunder & Lightning was first, where Chase King took win #5 on the season. Sportsman was next, where we saw a record 11 cautions and the feature shortened because of time to 20 laps. Jordon Horton took the win, but was light on the scales, handing the win over to David Miley. Next was Street Stock, where Chris Rickett took win #2 and 2 in a row. Nick Perry took win #3 in Mini Stock, and capping off the night was Rusty Ballenger, also collecting win #3.

As announced several times on Saturday night, 411 Motor Speedway will sit idle on Saturday July 19th as we take care of the racing surface for our first hosting of the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals series on Tuesday July 22nd. In support of the Schaeffer’s Oil Souther Nationals Super Late Models will be Sportsman, Street Stock, and Mini Stock.

On Tuesday July 22nd, the gates will swing open at 3:00p ET, with the drivers meeting scheduled for 6:45p ET and hotlaps at 7:00p ET. We would like to remind all competitors at this time that the 411 Motor Speedway is under a strict 11:00p curfew, so all drivers need to make sure they know when they need to be in staging and must be lined up promptly.

Admission pricing for July 22nd will be Adult Grandstands $18 (if you kept your ticket stub from Saturday July 12th, present it at the ticket booth for $2 off), kids 12 & under still free with paid adult. Adult Pit Passes $30, kids 12 & under $15 with signed minor release. We hope to see a packed house as we welcome for the first time the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals to Tennessee’s Action Track! Who will take home the top prize? Will the Super Late Model and overall track record be broken?! Be there to find out!

Fireworks fly on-and-off the track in Jack Henderson Memorial 35

Seymour, TN – On a beautiful Saturday afternoon under a blanket of blue skies, we would host the Jack Henderson Memorial 35 as we honored the memory of Jack Henderson. To help us commemorate the legacy of Jack Henderson properly, we enlisted the help of a familiar face, one Ray Dedrick, to share his words. When feature time rolled around, it was Chris Rickett taking the checkers in Street Stock. Sportsman was won by David Kerr as he picked up his 2nd win this season at 411, and first in Sportsman. NeSmith was up next, where Adam Beeler was the winner in the caution-free feature. Mini Stock was next, where John Byers crossed the line first, but was protested, refused teardown, and disqualified, making Michael Courtney the winner. Capping the night off was Limited Late Model, where the pace was slowed 9 times, but in the end, Jason Welshan was your winner, with Jason Manley coming home in 2nd.

Join us this Saturday July 12th as we welcome back the Thunder & Lightning division in hopes of having a strong car count in this division. We will also host the Sportsman Summer Sizzler 25, where the Sportsman drivers will qualify and feature race in this $600-to-win, $70-to-start, 25-lap feature event. Also in action will be NeSmith Late Model, Thunder & Lightning as we mentioned, Sportsman as mentioned, as well as Street Stock and Mini Stock. Regular event pricing will apply and can be seen on the Admission Pricing page under “The 4-1-1.” All gates open at 3:00p ET, with drivers meeting at 6:00p ET and hotlaps 6:15p ET.

Note to Sportsman competitors: If you want your hometown and sponsors mentioned during qualifying (the only real opportunity for us to do so), and you haven’t already (on or before July 5th) filled out an information sheet at the track or submitted an information form on the website, please do so as soon as possible. We want to make sure we mention who you are, where you’re from, and who supports you. So please take a few minutes to fill out an information form on our website before this Saturday (again, if you haven’t already turned in a sheet or submitted a form on or before July 5th) so that we may have information on you. Any information forms or sheets collected on Saturday July 12th, will not be received until following the features, so any information form or sheet turned in at any time on July 12th will not be used, regardless of if they’re turned in at the track or submitted online. You can find the form right here:

Inaugural Jack Henderson Memorial this Saturday July 5th

This coming Saturday night, July 5th, will now be dubbed the Inaugural Jack Henderson Memorial. We will have a special tribute to the memory of Jack, and also some great racing action. $2,000 to win Limited Late Model, as well as action in NeSmith Late Model, Sportsman, Street Stock, and Mini Stock. All gates will

Kids night a huge and fun success on Saturday night

Seymour, TN – The first kids night of the 2014 season was chalked up as a huge success on Saturday Night. More than 50 kids came down onto the front straightaway to participate in foot and bike races, as well as a coin toss. There was also a tire roll contest with several of our NeSmith Late Model drivers agreeing to participate. In that race, Ryan King almost took a tumble as his tire went careening into the infield. After the dust settled and the banging took place, it was Chad Beeler taking the tire roll win. Feature racing was up next with Sportsman being the first feature. Terry Poore would take the checkered flag, but 2nd-place finisher Kip Sawyer lodged a complete teardown protest against Poore. Poore would refuse to tear down, so Sawyer was named the winner. Mini Stock was next, where Jason Gregory picked up the win. Gary Blanken took the win in Street Stock, and Rusty Ballenger held off Ryan King for the NeSmith win.

Join us this Saturday June 28th as we welcome the Limited Late Model division back to the speedway for a special $1,000-to-win feature. Also in action will be NeSmith Late Model, Sportsman, Street Stock, and Mini Stock. Admission prices will still only be $10 for adults in the grandstand, as always kids 12 & under are free with paid adult. Adult pit passes are $25 with kids 12 & under $15 with signed minor release.

Nick Perry & Michael Courtney split Mini Stock double feature wins

Seymour, TN – On another beautiful Saturday afternoon, the stars of the 411 Motor Speedway would come out in full force to give fans one heck of a night of on-track action. For the first time in a few years, we would host double features in one of our divisions who has had the best overall car count average for the 2nd year. Kicking the night off was Mini Stock Qualifying, where John Byers set a new Mini Stock qualifying record with his blazing lap of 16.896. NeSmith Late Model was next where Rusty Ballenger took fast qualifier honors with his lap of 14.173. The fields were set through heat race action, where we rolled into features. First was Mini Stock Feature 1, where the qualifying results were the starting lineup. Nick Perry would take the win. Street Stock was next, where Travis Reno returned to victory lane. Sportsman was dominated by Terry Poore. Mini Stock Feature 2 was next, where the drivers were brought to the infield, and based on how they finished the first feature, from winner to last place, each driver would re-draw for starting position. After the checkered flag fell in this time-shortened feature, Michael Courtney was sitting in victory lane – after starting 18th! Capping the night off was NeSmith Late Model where Ryan King dominated, leading all 30 laps en-route to his 3rd win of the season.

Join us this Tuesday June 17th as we host Open Practice, hopefully with no help from Mother Nature this time. Gates will open at 5:30 with practice from 6-9. Admission in the pits will be $15, with the grandstands open free to spectators. Then join us on Saturday June 21st as we host Championship Points Race #10. This will also be kids night! All kids are invited to bring their bicycles and helmets, or running shoes, and participate in Foot Races and bicycle races. As a friendly reminder, those participating in bicycle races are *required* to wear a helmet. We’ll have a candy toss as usual, as well as a coin toss! As always, kids 12 & under are free in the grandstands with a paying adult. The bicycles will be placed near the souvenir booth or can be left in vehicles. Listen for the call over the PA to get your bicycles, or be sure to have them ready as the kids night festivities will kick off immediately following the final heat race of the night. All gates open at 3:00p ET, with drivers meeting slated for 6:00p ET, hotlaps around 6:15p ET and qualifying getting underway around 7:00p ET. Adults in the grandstands $10, kids 12 & under free with paid adult. Adult Pit Passes $25, kids 12 & under $15 with signed minor release. See you Tuesday and Saturday nights!

Kids night announced for June 21st

Coming up on June 21st, we will host our first Kids Night of the season! In addition to all the kids under the age of 12 getting in free of charge with a paying adult, and in addition to the weekly candy toss we host, we also invite all our young fans to bring your running shoes or your bicycles! Bikes can be parked inside the gate by the souvenir booth behind the tower until it’s almost time for intermission. Listen for the announcement of all kids to your bikes, and then you can take your bikes down onto the frontstretch where we will have bike races. We’ll group kids by age, and training wheels are acceptable. We do have one rule for our bike races, if any child participates in the bike races, a helmet is required, so be sure to bring one. If not, we cannot allow the child to race due to insurance regulations. In addition to the bike races and candy toss, we’ll also have a nickel toss, and last but not least, we’ll be giving away bicycles!

If any driver or division would like to round up money to sponsor a bicycle, we’d love for you to do that! The Classic division last season rounded up SIX bikes! So drivers, here’s your chance to make a new fan and donate a bicycle toward the giveaway. For any questions, please contact the track at 865-257-7223.