THANK YOU to the 137 quality race teams from 7 states and all the fans for their support of the LoneStar Speedway Topless Turkey Nationals yesterday afternoon and early evening.
Below are some video clips and links from the event and all results are posted at our SpeedNet link:
The weatherman was off by about 10 degrees, but it didn't seem to affect the fans that shown up, as they were treated to fast-paced action on the wide high-banks expanses. The 40-lap late model feature concluded before 6:45pm, as evidence of the quickly moving show...19 late models finished the event. Late Model lap times were recorded in the low 14 second bracket!
Special thanks to Brandon Hightower for taking an hour to meet and greet the LoneStar fans upon their arrival, we wish him continued best of luck in the NASCAR XFINITY series in 2017 (see pic below).
Here's some quick clips of the action:
With this race, it concludes our 2017 LoneStar Speedway racing season.
Not to worry, we'll be firing back up in just a bit more than 2 months with the running of the 3rd Sprint Smackdown on Saturday, February 11th.
Then the term 'high speed' is set for new meaning, as March 2017 is WORLD of OUTLAWS MONTH at LoneStar Speedway! TICKET info will be posted here and our website when available.
FRIDAY MARCH 3rd - WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CARS
FRIDAY MARCH 24th - WORLD OF OUTLAWS LATE MODELS
Are we taking bets that the WoO Sprints will hit the 10 second bracket at LoneStar?!?! I think it could happen!!
The Knoxville videographer recently shot the Sprint Car Bandits at LoneStar and he said "This place is just like a Little Eldora, I hope the fans realize how rare of a track like this is!"
So we're really excited about the 2017 season.
To ready more about it, and to view/download the complete 2017 schedule, please click here:
And special thanks to Don Cook of the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram for providing coverage of yesterday's event. For tons of pictures and video clips, please click here:
THANKS AGAIN to all who supported LoneStar Speedway in 2016 - weather and all - and we're looking forward to putting behind the race-day weather woes of 2016 and having a great 2017.
Until then, have a safe and happy holiday season!