Boles Tackles Most of Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals
30, 2021) The final Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals
Series race for the #11b team came tonight at 411 Motor Speedway
in Seymour, Tennessee. A strong field of competitors converged on
the Volunteer State oval to vie for the $10,053 payday. Stacy Boles
finished fifth in heat race action before claiming the second transfer
spot through his B-Main. After starting the 53-lap main event from
the outside of the tenth row, Stacy was able to move up a handful
of positions to claim a fifteenth place effort.
(July 29, 2021) Stacy Boles and Advanced
Motorsports returned to the Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series
scene tonight in a $4,053 to win battle at Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold,
Georgia. Stacy stopped the clock fourth quickest in Group A to earn
the inside of the fourth row for the start of the 40-lap feature
event. On a rough racing surface during the headliner, Stacy was
able to stay inside of the top ten to place ninth in the final rundown.
(July 24, 2021) A $10,053 payday
was up for grabs earlier this evening in the annual running of the
'Rebel Yell' at Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Georgia. Stacy
Boles timed in tenth fastest in Group B during Schaeffer's Oil Southern
Nationals qualifying before placing fifth in his loaded heat race
and third in the B-Main. After starting the 53-lap main event from
the inside of the tenth row, Stacy was unfortunately caught up in
a lap 20 pile-up and was relegated to a disappointing nineteenth
(July 23, 2021) Tonight's $5,053
to win Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series battle scheduled
for Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, Georgia was unfortunately
rained-out early in the afternoon by heavy thunderstorms. This event
will not be rescheduled and the team will start gearing up for the
annual 'Rebel Yell' on Saturday at Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania,
(July 22, 2021) The Schaeffer's Oil
Southern Nationals Series took the #11b team to West Georgia Speedway
tonight for the first-ever visit by the tour to the Whitesburg,
Georgia facility. Stacy Boles stopped the clock eighth fastest in
Group A during time trials and later finished third in his B-Main.
The Clinton, Tennessee ace then rolled off from the inside of the
eighth row in the $4,053 to win headliner and was able to move up
a couple of positions en route to a thirteenth place showing.
(July 20, 2021) Next up for Advanced
Motorsports was a trip to I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, Tennessee.
The Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series sanctioned their second-ever
event at the newly-reconfigured oval and a $4,053 winner's check
was up for grabs. Stacy Boles knocked down the eighth quickest time
in Group B during the qualifying session before securing a victory
in the consolation race. After starting the 40-lap main event from
the inside of the sixth row, Stacy was unfortunately involved in
a spin on lap 31 before crossing underneath the checkers in the
thirteenth finishing position.
(July 19, 2021) Persistent rains
throughout the evening at Volunteer Speedway have forced track and
series officials to postpone tonight's $4,053 to win Schaeffer's
Oil Southern Nationals Series event at the Bulls Gap, Tennessee
facility to Sunday, August 1.
(July 17, 2021) Tonight's $10,053
to win Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series showdown scheduled
for the picturesque Wythe Raceway in Rural Retreat, Virginia was
unfortunately canceled due to the threat of rain and will not be
rescheduled. Next up on the Southern Nationals trail will be a trip
to Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee on Monday night, July
(July 16, 2021) The Advanced Motorsports
team kicked off the 2021 Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Series
tonight with a first-ever visit to Beckley Motorsports Park near
Beckley, West Virginia. Stacy Boles stopped the clock sixth fastest
in Group A during the qualifying session prior to running third
in heat race action. After starting the $10,053 to win main event
from the inside of the sixth row, Stacy was unfortunately caught
up in an incident during the 53-lapper, but was able to soldier
on to a respectable twelfth place showing.
in Spring Nationals Races in Peach State
31, 2021) Stacy Boles and his #11b team dipped south to
the Peach State for a pair of $4,053 to win Schaeffer's Oil Spring
Nationals Series battles over the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
On Saturday night at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia, Stacy
placed sixth in his consolation race, utilized a series provisional,
and later climbed up to twelfth in the final rundown of the 40-lap
feature event. At Rome Speedway in Rome, Georgia on Sunday evening,
Stacy knocked down the fourth fastest lap in Group A during the
qualifying session to lock himself into the seventh starting spot
for the 40-lap headliner. The Clinton, Tennessee native fought hard
for a top ten showing before slipping to thirteenth at the unfurling
of the checkered flag.
The Advanced Motorsports team was then scheduled to
wrap up the 2021 edition of the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals
Series on Monday, May 31 at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee.
Unfortunately, hauler problems leaving Rome forced Stacy to skip
the $10,052 to win 'Scott Sexton Memorial' at 411 tonight. He will
still finish fourth in the final version of the miniseries point
standings despite missing the grand finale. Full results from both
Dixie and Rome can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
Continues with Spring Nationals at Smoky Mtn.
9, 2021) The Advanced Motorsports team continued on with
their Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series journey on Saturday
night, May 8 at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee.
The annual running of the 'Smoky Mountain Spring Shootout' was on
tap at the 4/10-mile speedplant and a $10,053 winner's check was
on the line. Stacy Boles clicked off the twelfth quickest lap in
Group A during the qualifying session before finishing sixth in
his heat race and fourth in his B-Main. After utilizing a series
provisional to start shotgun on the feature field, Stacy was able
to advance seven spots during the course of the 53-lap main event
to finish fourteenth at the unfurling of the checkered flag. Complete
results from last night at SMS can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
Fifth in Spring Nationals Points After Clarksville
2, 2021) Stacy Boles and his #11b team headed to Crossville
Speedway in Crossville, Tennessee and Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville,
Tennessee over the April 30-May 1 weekend for a pair of Schaeffer's
Oil Spring Nationals Series shootouts. On Friday night at Crossville,
Stacy grabbed the third transfer spot through his B-Main before
climbing to eleventh in the $4,053 to win main event. At Clarksville
on Saturday evening, a $10,053 top prize was up for grabs and Stacy
started out the night by posting the fourth quickest time in Group
B during qualifying. After finishing second in his stacked heat
race, the Clinton, Tennessee ace wound up with another eleventh
place performance in the 53-lapper. Complete results from both weekend
races in the Volunteer State can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
Caught Up in Tri-County Race Track Tangle
24, 2021) With tonight's event at Mountain View (TN) Raceway
officially rained-out, the #11b team competed in only one show this
weekend on Friday night, April 23 at Tri-County Race Track in Brasstown,
North Carolina. Stacy Boles clicked off the third fastest lap in
Group B during the qualifying session to earn the outside of the
third row for the start of the $4,053 to win 'North Carolina State
Championship.' Unfortunately, Stacy was caught up in a tangle on
lap 23 of the 40-lapper and was forced to retire with damage in
the twelfth position. The Clinton, Tennessee native now finds himself
fifth in the latest version of the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals
Series point standings. Full results from last night at Brasstown
can be located online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.
to Twelfth in Round Two of Spring Nationals
17, 2021) Round two of the Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals
Series tour took the Advanced Motorsports team to I-75 Raceway in
Sweetwater, Tennessee on Friday, April 16. The first-ever series
stop at the Volunteer State oval paid out $5,053 to the winner.
Stacy Boles grabbed the fifth transfer spot through his B-Main and
later rolled off starting seventeenth on the grid in the 53-lap
affair. The Clinton, Tennessee ace was then able to work his way
past a handful of competitors en route to a respectable twelfth
place effort. Complete results from last night at I-75 Raceway can
be obtained by clicking on www.southernnationalsseries.com.
Starts Spring Nationals Journey at Tazewell
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
Weekend Thwarted After Friday Night Tangle...
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
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)