NeSmith Racing's touring series, various points divisions, and motor sales are intact, but they'll soon debut under new ownership and a new banner: Durrence Layne Racing.
Scooter Ware can thank his team's hands-off approach for his recent successes in Factory Stocks racing.
"Leave nothing" is a catchall sports mantra rarely echoed on dirt tracks, where significant consideration is given to protecting one's equipment and reputation. But as the winner's purse increases, so does the threshold for risk taking.
Dudley Bearden and George "Juddie" Boyd have plenty of stories to tell. Many of their memories center around the development, rise, fall, and revitalization of the Magnolia Tennis Club in Columbus.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Chicago Bandits used the 21st overall pick Monday night to select Oregon senior shortstop DJ Sanders in the National Pro Fastpitch draft.
In a typical "dry-slick" night Friday at Magnolia Motor Speedway, Bryan Fortner wasn't surprised to see Johnny Stokes hold a smooth line through the middle and win the Street Stocks feature.
Chad Thrash could have driven his 1C Super Late Model car even faster Saturday.
STARKVILLE -- The one thing Joe Moorhead hasn't had in his first months as Mississippi State's football coach is excess time. Appearances for anyone other than his players, staff members, or recruits have been few and far between, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Golden Triangle knows that.
Rusty Schlenk had never raced in Mississippi when he entered the gates of Columbus Speedway on Friday night.
When the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series visits Columbus Speedway tonight, track promoter Rod Taylor hopes it sets a precedent as a home for Super Late Model racing, both sanctioned and unsanctioned.
Gunter Brewer has found a way to stay in a comfort zone. Whether it has been coaching in his home state of Mississippi, working with familiar peers in the profession or in places he has lived, Brewer has been fortunate not to experience too much radical change in his career.
The nearly seven-hour round trip to Columbus was worth it once again for Monte Skinner. The late model driver and resident of Mobile, Alabama, made a handful of appearances at Magnolia Motor Speedway in 2017, but he has won two consecutive NeSmith Late Model races there this season, including the points opener Saturday night.
Ask Spencer Hughes about his career ladder in racing and he'll give you a "coach speak" answer. "We're just trying to take it day by day," Hughes said. The phrase is a standard refrain for athletes and coaches who try to maintain focus and perspective. Winning a lot of races at a young age creates a greater audience and raises expectations, but for Hughes, the approach is real.
Saturday night presented a number of firsts for former NASCAR points champion Tony Stewart. Stewart, who returned to racing sprint cars last year after retiring from NASCAR's top flight, won his first sprint race of the season, capturing the United Speed Contest Sanction Sprint Outlaw feature at the Frostbuster 150 at Magnolia Motor Speedway.
STARKVILLE -- Jeremy Pruitt has been doing a lot of picture taking and hugging in a new city that adores him.
Shawn Gates has wanted to do something for Columbus for a long time.
Darrell Lanigan got behind the wheel of a NeSmith Late Model car for the first time in two years -- and just the second time ever -- Saturday night at Possum Town Grand Prix.
Johnny Stokes didn't intend to get himself a birthday present Sunday.
Richard Parker used to live in the New Hope community, so he knows about the generosity and the hospitality in the Golden Triangle.
Chloe Bibby sounds like Vic Schaefer's kind of player.
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