Stacy Boles Starts Spring Nationals Journey at Tazewell
(April 4, 2021) Planning to run the entire Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series schedule in 2021, Stacy Boles kicked off the miniseries on Saturday, April 3 at the bad-fast Tazewell Speedway in Tazewell, Tennessee. The inaugural running of the 'Lil Bill Corum Memorial' took center stage last night and 35 competitors piled into the upper pit area at "The Taz" to do battle for the whopping $21,000 paycheck. Stacy knocked down the tenth quickest time in Group A during the qualifying session before placing seventh in his heat race and sixth in his B-Main. After utilizing a series emergency provisional to gain access into the 75-lap headliner, Stacy unfortunately suffered wheel issues prior to the drop of the green flag and was forced to retire from the contest in the twenty-third position. Complete results from Tazewell Speedway can be accessed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.


Elliott's Weekend Thwarted After Friday Night Tangle...
(March 21, 2021) 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Champion Chase Elliott was behind the wheel of a Stacy Boles-owned machine at the dirt-covered Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee on Friday evening, March 19. In the first night of the inaugural 'Bristol Dirt Nationals,' Chase laid down the sixth quickest lap in Group A during the qualifying session prior to nabbing the third transfer spot through his stacked heat race. After rolling off from the inside of the sixth row in the $10,000 to win feature event, Chase had climbed up inside of the top ten during the 25-lap affair before getting swept up in a multi-car tangle on lap 14. The result was heavy body and suspension damage to the A_SHOC #9 Capital racecar and a disappointing seventeenth place showing.

Due to the damage, Chase and the Advanced Motorsports team made the tough decision to forego Saturday's grand finale at Bristol, which boasted a $50,000 paycheck and was ultimately won by Jonathan Davenport. The car will be fixed soon and Chase is scheduled to return to Super Late Model action on April 2 at Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Virginia. Full results from the 'Bristol Dirt Nationals' weekend can be found online at www.bristoldirt.com. (Michael Boggs Photography)


Chase Elliott to Pilot Car for Advanced Motorsports at Bristol!
(March 10, 2021) As announced earlier this afternoon on his social media, 2020 NASCAR Cup Series Champion Chase Elliott has officially entered next weekend's inaugural 'Bristol Dirt Nationals' at the dirt-covered Bristol Motor Speedway. Chase, who has some prior Dirt Late Model experience, will pilot a #9 Capital racecar out of the Advanced Motorsports stable for Clinton, Tennessee driver Stacy Boles. With primary sponsorship from Adrenaline Shoc (A_SHOC), which is a clean, performance-driven energy drink designed to help you reach your peak, Chase will compete in both Super Late Model special events at BMS on March 19-20 to help prepare him for the upcoming NASCAR Cup Series race at the storied facility.

The Karl Kustoms 'Bristol Dirt Nationals' will usher in the return of dirt racing at the high-banked Bristol Motor Speedway for the first time in twenty years from March 15-20. A huge week of racing at the Bristol, Tennessee oval will see eight different classes competing with champions crowned over the weekend. The ground-pounding Super Late Models will take center stage at Bristol starting on Friday, as a $10,000 top prize will be on the line for the 900+ horsepower cars. The stakes are significantly raised for Saturday's grand finale, as Chase will vie for the whopping $50,000 payday in the inaugural 'Bristol Dirt Nationals' that will culminate with a 60-lap headliner. | full story


Stacy Boles Kicks Off 2021 Campaign in Tennessee Tipoff
(March 7, 2021) Lifting the lid to their 2021 racing schedule, the Advanced Motorsports team returned to the racetrack on Saturday, March 6, as the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series sanctioned the annual 'Tennessee Tipoff' at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee. An impressive field of 51 competitors piled into the pit area to do battle for the $12,000 top prize. Stacy Boles knocked down the fourteenth fastest lap in Group B during the qualifying session before placing fourth in his loaded heat race. Following a triumph in his B-Main, Stacy pulled off the racing surface after only 17 circuits in the 50-lapper and was relegated to a thirtieth place performance in his season opener. Full results from last night at Smoky Mountain Speedway can be accessed online at www.woolms.com.

 

 

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