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Spring Nationals Series Event at Golden Isles Speedway Postponed Due to Rain
(April 18, 2015) - The Old Man’s Garage Spring Nationals Series presented by Schaeffer’s Oil event at Golden Isles Speedway has been postponed due to incoming storms this afternoon. The National Weather Service shows a very high percentage of thunderstorms coming in between 4:00 and 7:00 pm and Golden Isles Speedway promoter Darryl Courson and Series Promoter Ray Cook have come to an agreement to postpone the event and keep teams from traveling any further. Both parties are looking for a suitable makeup date and will be announced soon.

“We hate it especially for our teams who have traveled and traveled so far this season. Hopefully we can make it up to them,” commented Series Promoter Ray Cook.

Golden Isles Speedway Race Report - April 4, 2015
(April 4, 2015) - Golden Isles Speedway welcomed the first April shower and the Easter weekend with a night of action packed dirt track racing. (Troy Bregy Photo)

The GIS Late Models kicked everything off with a round of hot laps that saw Rhett Carter smoke an engine. In qualifying Bud Chancey and Scott Johnson set the fast times until Ryan Vansickle and Russell Brown Jr knocked them off of the front row. Brown set the pole speed with a fast lap of 16.48 and Vansickle with a 16.75. Russell Brown Jr comfortably lead the race until a late caution when Bud Chancey made a 2 lap charge but came up just a little short. Brown would win leading flag to flag followed by Chancey, Jeff Henry and Cecil Euince. Top 5 points; Brown, Chancey, Henry, Eunice, Mac Lipthratt

Cecil Eunice would pull double duty again this night and set the fast time in Limited Sportsman with a lap time of 17.57. The youngster, 16 year old, Woodrow Mullis would set the outside pole time with an 18.02. Mullis would have his best run of the season. Mullis followed in Eunice tracks for several laps before battling to keep his spot with JO Nobles. Mullis would fall to the rear after a caution. Scott Waters would take the spot Nobles to finish 2nd followed by Nobles and Lonnie Roberts. Top 5 points; Eunice, Nobles, Jamie Green, Waters, Bill Adkins | more

Golden Isles Speedway Race Report - March 21, 2015
(March 21, 2015) - Golden Isles Speedway kicked off the 2015 points season on Saturday March 21st. Fans, racers and crews enjoyed a night of side by side, down to the last .035 of a second racing action. (Troy Bregy Photo)

After warm-ups, Limited Sportsman took the track for a qualifying run. Cecil Eunice Jr and JO Nobles set the fast times for the night at 17.75 and 17.73 respectively. All 15 LS drivers started the feature event and with 6 laps in 2014's point's champion, Scott Waters, had mechanical issues and pulled to the infield. Half way through the 25 lap event Eunice Jr spins in turn 4 and collects Jamie Green, Lonnie Roberts and Bill Adkins all of whom continue on except Eunice Jr. JO Nobles who led most every lap took the checkered flag first followed by Cecil Euince and Lonnie Roberts. Roberts was light so Toby Justice took the 3rd finishing spot.

Super Street heat winner was Roger Thomas who also sat on the pole for the feature. Chris Keller Jr., 2014's point champion, took the lead after chasing Thomas down. Chris Lovett and Will Gardner snaked through the field and after a couple of cautions put on one heck of a show with Keller. Keller and Lovett raced side by side for the last 7-8 laps. On the final lap exiting turn 4 Keller spun as Lovett barely slid by and took the win at the flag. Keller would finish 2nd followed by Will Gardner. | more

Golden Isles Speedway Race Report - March 7, 2015
(March 7, 2015) - Golden Isles Speedway kicked off the 2015 season with a non-points night of racing action Saturday night March 7th. Fans, racers and crews battled the cold for some side by side clay slinging action. (Troy Bregy Photo)

After warm-ups, Late Models and Limited Sportsman took the track for a qualifying run. Late Model fast times were posted by Scott Johnson with a 15.91 and Ryan Vansickle with a 16.009. Scott Johnson led flag to flag taking the 25 lap feature win followed by Vansickle, Jeff Henry and Cecil Eunice. Limited Sportsman top qualifiers were Sammy Hatcher with a 17.39 and Scott Waters with a 17.44. Hatcher and Waters were the top point's earners in 2014. Scott Waters started on the outside pole and led flag to flag followed by Hatcher, Cecil Eunice and JO Nobles.

Super Street heat winner was Russell Waters who also sat on the pole for the feature. Chris Keller Jr., 2014's point champion, took the lead on the fire of the feature and led every lap followed by Chris Lovett and Waters. | more

Dykes is Fifth Different NeSmith Late Model Winner in First Five Races!
(February 15, 2015) - Rodgerick Dykes of Smith Station, AL drove the Braswell Bodies Warrior to a clean sweep on Sunday night in night two of the East Coast Battle Royal for the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series at Golden Isles Speedway. In taking his first career NeSmith Late Model win, Dykes became the fifth different winner in the first five races in 2015. Dykes led all 50 laps of the main event after earning the pole position for the race after setting Fast Time among the 29 entrants with a lap around the 4/10-mile clay oval in 16.377 seconds. Dykes was never challenged for the lead, but you couldn’t convince him of that. (Troy Bregy Photo)

“I kept waiting for someone to pull up alongside me, or something to happen to the race car,” Dykes said. “Everything that happened tonight was just too good to be true! I kept hearing noises like something was getting ready to break, or for a wheel to fall off, but it didn’t. I sure was glad to see that checkered flag because I was really nervous those last few laps.” | more

Henderson Pays Tribute to Hommel by Putting the #H2 Back in Victory Lane!
(February 14, 2015) - Matt Henderson of Loudon, TN drove the #H2 “Tough As Nails” Duane Hommel Tribute car, the Mighty Muffler and Brakes Rocket to a clean sweep Saturday night with his first career NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series win during night one of East Coast Battle Royal at Golden Isles Speedway. Henderson started off the evening by setting fast time among the 30 entrants with a lap around the 4/10-mile clay oval in 16.701 seconds to earn the pole position for the main event. Henderson then took the lead at the start of the race and never looked back, leading all 50 laps of the race. (Adam Stewart Photo)

“This win is so special because we put Duane Hommel’s H2 back in victory lane,” Henderson said. “Duane was always an idol of mine, and one day he told me that he started racing with number 17 like I did, but he really started going places when he switched to the H2. He told me maybe I should start running the H2 and see if it would be as good to us as it was for him.” | more

Davenport Wins Super Bowl of Racing Finale at Golden Isles Speedway!
(February 7, 2015) - Jonathan Davenport finally closed the deal on Saturday Night at Golden Isles Speedway. Davenport had led during both of the previous two nights, but suffered misfortune and was unable to finish either feature. On the final night of the Georgia Boot Super Bowl of Racing; in front of a record-breaking crowd for the famed speedway; Davenport picked up his fifth career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win. (Rick Schwallie Photo)

Friday Night's winner, Earl Pearson Jr. finished second, followed by Brandon Sheppard, Scott Bloomquist, and Ross Bailes rounded out five in an exciting finale to the Georgia Boot Super Bowl of Racing.

"We finally got it done! We have been fast all weekend, but we've just had some bad luck happen or we could have had three-in-a-row. I love coming down here to race, it's fun to run in front of this size crowd. It's the most people I have ever seen here. It was also special to win for LeRoy Rumley, today is his 79th birthday." | more

Pearson Returns to Victory Lane in Super Bowl of Racing at Golden Isles!
(February 6, 2015) - Earl Pearson Jr.'s 29th career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory may have been one of his most memorable. The popular 4-time LOLMDS National Champion raced in front of his hometown fans and friends collected the win on Friday Night at the Georgia Boot Super Bowl of Racing at Golden Isles Speedway. Pearson reunited with the Dunn-Benson Motorsports team this year. He led the final nine laps of the race to score his first win of 2015 in the Lucas Oil Products Dunn-Benson Ford entry for car-owners Carlton and Kemp Lamm. (Rick Schwallie Photo)

Pearson took over top spot from race-leader Ross Bailes, who suffered a flat tire coming off of turn number four with nine laps remaining. Pearson then held off Jared Landers and Scott Bloomquist to take the win. Donald McIntosh had his best career LOLMDS finish with fourth place, followed by Stormy Scott.

"It is great to come back to Golden Isles, which is one of my favorite tracks. To run here in front of all of these people, and then to win it, all I can say is, they saw a heck of a race. Once the five car [Bailes] had that flat, I knew I had a good chance to win." | more

Eddie Carrier, Jr. Claims Opening Night of Georgia Boot Super Bowl of Racing!
(February 5, 2015) - Eddie Carrier Jr. passed Brandon Sheppard on the final lap to win the first night of the Georgia Boot Super Bowl of Racing at Golden Isles Speedway on Thursday Night. Carrier picked up the $7,000 first place prize for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned Edwin Coggins Memorial in his Carl Grover Motorsports, Optima Batteries, Rocket Chassis Ford. Brandon Sheppard led for most of the race but made a costly error on the last lap as he rolled his right front nosepiece under his car on the last turn. (Rick Schwallie Photo)

Carrier's win in the Edwin Coggins Memorial kicks off three straight nights of racing at the 4/10ths refurbished oval. Stormy Scott finished second, followed by Sheppard, Steve Francis, and Scott Bloomquist.

"I am not really sure what happened on that last lap, but I am happy for the win, he [Sheppard] pushed up the track in turn two and then he got up on the berm in turns three and four and couldn't get out of it. The track workers did a good job with race track tonight; they kept working and working on it. With all the rain they had last night, the track was extremely fast and racy," said Carrier. | more

 

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