Rallies for Top Ten in Season-Ending Senoia Show!
22, 2020) Stacy Boles and his #11b team put the finishing
touches on their 2020 racing season on Saturday night, November
21 at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia. The Schaeffer's Oil Fall
Nationals Series rolled into the gray gumbo oval to preside over
the 6th Annual 'Billy Clanton Classic,' which boasted a $10,000
payday. Stacy posted the eleventh quickest time in Group B during
qualifying prior to placing fifth in his loaded heat race. After
grabbing the second transfer spot into the 60-lap main event through
his B-Main, Stacy roared past ten competitors during his season
finale to land a strong tenth place performance. The Clinton, Tennessee
native wound up third in the final version of the Fall Nationals
point standings! Complete results from last night at Senoia Raceway
can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
Third in Fall Nationals Points After Gobbler
15, 2020) The Advanced Motorsports team followed the Schaeffer's
Oil Fall Nationals Series tour to Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia
on Saturday, November 14. The annual running of the 'Gobbler' drew
a 28 car field - all of whom were battling for the $5,000 top prize.
Stacy Boles laid down the ninth fastest lap in Group A during the
qualifying session and later placed fifth in his loaded heat race.
After starting the 50-lap headliner from the inside of the eighth
row, Stacy wound up finishing right where he started... in the fifteenth
spot. He now finds himself third in the latest version of the Fall
Nationals point standings with only one race remaining. Full results
from the 'Gobbler' can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
Woes Sideline Stacy Boles in Tarheel 50...
23, 2020) Stacy Boles and his #11b team ventured to Ray
Cook's Tri-County Race Track in Brasstown, North Carolina on Thursday
night, October 22. The 17th edition of the 'Tarheel 50' took place
at the 1/4-mile bullring last evening and a $10,053 top prize was
up for grabs in the Schaeffer's Oil Fall Nationals Series special.
Stacy unfortunately broke a crank in the motor during hot laps and
he was forced to scratch from the remainder of the 'Tarheel 50'
program. Full results from last night at Tri-County Race Track can
be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
in Action in King of the Mountain Weekend
18, 2020) The Stacy Boles Racing team invaded Smoky Mountain
Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee on October 16-17 for the 'King
of the Mountain Championship' weekend. On Friday night in the $3,000
to win Southern All Stars Dirt Racing Series (SAS) weekend opener,
Stacy Boles placed fifth in his B-Main and later moved past nine
competitors during the 30-lap feature event to earn a respectable
eleventh place performance. At Smoky Mountain on Saturday evening
in the $7,000 to win SAS weekend finale, Stacy finished fourth in
his B-Main and once again picked off nine racecars during the 50-lapper
to secure a thirteenth place showing in the main event. Complete
results from the Volunteer State venue can be obtained by clicking
Kicks Off Fall Nationals Tour in Volunteer State
7, 2020) Stacy Boles invaded Smoky Mountain Speedway in
Maryville, Tennessee and Tazewell Speedway in Tazewell, Tennessee
on September 5-6 for the first two Schaeffer's Oil Fall Nationals
Series events of the 2020 racing season. In a $5,000 to win throwdown
on Saturday at Smoky Mountain, Stacy won the B-Main and later moved
up three spots in the 40-lapper to leave the historic speedplant
with a solid eighth place showing. At Tazewell on Sunday night,
Stacy ran into problems early in the night, did not start consolation
race, and made only a few laps during the $4,400 to win 'Buddy Rogers
Memorial.' The Clinton, Tennessee ace was officially placed nineteenth
in the final finishing order at the bad-fast "Taz." Complete
results from both Labor Day weekend shows can be viewed online at
at Wartburg; Nabs Another Top Five Finish!
23, 2020) For the second straight Saturday night, Stacy
Boles and his #11b team found themselves at Wartburg Speedway in
nearby Wartburg, Tennessee on August 22. Another weekly Late Model
event was held at Wartburg last night and a $1,000 payday was up
for grabs. Stacy stopped the clock fifth fastest overall during
the qualifying session to earn the inside of the third row for the
start of the A-Main. The Clinton, Tennessee ace then fought hard
for a top five showing in the main event and eventually crossed
underneath the checkered flag in the fifth spot behind only victor
Eddie King, Jr., Tim Damron, Dan Tipton, and Glenn Vanover. Full
results from last night at Wartburg Speedway can be viewed online
Sneaks into Wartburg; Leaves with Top Five!
16, 2020) Stacy Boles Racing made an unannounced trip to
the nearby Wartburg Speedway in Wartburg, Tennessee on Saturday
evening, August 15 for a weekly Late Model event. Stacy Boles laid
down the seventh quickest lap overall during qualifying to earn
the inside of the fourth row for the start of the main event. During
the $1,000 to win contest, Stacy worked his way past a trio of competitors
en route to a solid fourth place effort behind only race winner
Eddie King, Jr., Mike Weeks, and Dan Tipton. Full results from last
night at Wartburg Speedway can be viewed online at www.wartburgspeedway.net.
in Action; Finds Trouble in Wartburg Feature
6, 2020) For the first time since "Speedweeks,"
Stacy Boles returned to racing action on Friday night, June 5 at
the nearby Wartburg Speedway in Wartburg, Tennessee. The Schaeffer's
Oil Iron-Man Championship Series rolled into the Volunteer State
oval to sanction the annual 'Ducky Jones Memorial' and a $4,000
winner's check was up for grabs. Stacy clicked off the third fastest
lap in Group A during the qualifying session before finishing second
in heat race action. After rolling off from the inside of the third
row in the 40-lap headliner, the Clinton, Tennessee ace was running
towards the front of the field before several drivers bunched up
in front of him. Unfortunately, Stacy knocked the radiator out of
his #11b ride and he was forced to settle for a twenty-second place
showing. Full results from last night at Wartburg can be viewed
online at www.ctpromotions.org.
from the Winternationals at East Bay...
8, 2020) Tonight marked the sixth and final race of the
2020 edition of the 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park in
Gibsonton, Florida. The 1/3-mile oval hosted another $12,000 to
win throwdown and a huge crowd was in attendance for the Lucas Oil
Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned program. Stacy Boles wrapped up
his week in the Tampa area by qualifying sixteenth quickest in Group
B prior to finishing eighth in both his heat race and his B-Main.
Unfortunately, Stacy was not able to transfer into the 50-lap grand
finale at the "Clay by the Bay" that was won by Brandon
(February 7, 2020) The penultimate
event of the 44th Annual 'Winternationals' drew a stout 57 car field
to East Bay Raceway Park and the ante was upped for all involved,
as a $12,000 winner's check was on the line with the Lucas Oil Late
Model Dirt Series at the Gibsonton, Florida facility. Stacy Boles
timed in fifteenth fastest in Group A during qualifying before running
sixth in his heat race, fifth in his B-Main, and sixth in the Strawberry
Dash. The Clinton, Tennessee native was unfortunately unable to
make the start in the 50-lap feature, which was eventually won in
exciting fashion by Mason Zeigler.
(February 6, 2020) A windy day greeted
the #11b team today at East Bay Raceway Park and the fourth Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series show of the week at the Gibsonton, Florida
oval paid $7,000 to win. Stacy Boles qualified seventeenth quickest
in Group B during the time trial session prior to finishing fifth
in his loaded heat race and ninth in his B-Main. While he found
some speed tonight at the "Clay by the Bay," Stacy was
unable to find a way into the 40-lap main event that was won by
(February 5, 2020) The third round
of the 44th edition of the 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway
Park took place earlier this evening and a $7,000 top prize was
up for grabs at the Gibsonton, Florida facility. Stacy Boles timed
in twenty-second quickest in Group B during the qualifying session
before running seventh in both his heat race and his B-Main. The
Clinton, Tennessee native was unfortunately unable to transfer into
the 40-lap feature event that was ultimately won by Tim McCreadie.
(February 4, 2020) The "Clay
by the Bay" hosted round two of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series 'Winternationals' tonight and another $5,000 to win event
was held at the racy 1/3-mile clay oval located just south of Tampa,
Florida. Stacy Boles stopped the clock twenty-eighth fastest in
Group A during the qualifying session before finishing eleventh
in his heat race and eighth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, Stacy
was unable to make the start in the 30-lapper that was eventually
won by Brandon Sheppard.
(February 3, 2020) Night one of the
44th Annual 'Winternationals' for the Super Late Model competitors
drew a large Monday crowd to East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton,
Florida tonight for a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdown.
A stout 62 car field piled into the pit area at the Tampa-area facility
to vie for the $5,000 payday in the first of six straight nights
of racing action. Stacy Boles timed in thirty-first quickest in
Group A during qualifying prior to placing ninth in his heat race
and seventeenth in his B-Main. The Clinton, Tennessee native was
unfortunately not able to advance into 30-lap main event, which
was ultimately won by Devin Moran.
from Super Bowl of Racing at Golden Isles...
1, 2020) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season finally
got underway earlier tonight in the 'Super Bowl of Racing' finale
at Golden Isles Speedway. A $12,000 top prize was up for grabs at
the Brunswick, Georgia oval and 45 entrants signed into the pit
area. Stacy Boles laid down the fourteenth fastest lap in Group
B during the qualifying session before finishing eleventh in his
stacked heat race and ninth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, Stacy
missed out on the 50-lap main event that was eventually won by Tim
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(January 31, 2020) Persistent rain
showers at Golden Isles Speedway today has forced the cancellation
of the first round of the annual 'Super Bowl of Racing' at the 4/10-mile
oval, which is located near Brunswick, Georgia. Tomorrow's action
will go on as planned, as the $12,000 to win program set for Saturday
now becomes the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season opener.