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Saturday Night July 22nd, Hickory Motor Speedway brings you Bojangles Church Night at the Races presented by 84 Lumber featuring Twin 40 lappers for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models, 35 laps for the Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models , 30 Laps for the Cosmo Motors Street Stock, 25 laps for the 4 Cylinders and 25 Laps for the Catawba Realty & Insurance Classic Sportsman Racing Series. Gates will open at 5pm with Racing beginning at 7:30pm 
Tickets are just $12.50 for Adults, $10.50 for  Seniors and 11 to 19, and kids 10 and under are free  

Landon Huffman wins the Bojangles Late Model race on Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet Night presented by Coca Cola

(7/14/17) - NEWTON, N.C. Round #7 of the Paramount Kia 'Big 10' Chase for the Championship for the Paramount Auto Group Limited Late Models. Jeremy Pelfrey in the #51 would lead the field to the green flag with Monty Cox in the #21 to his outside. Pelfrey would take the early lead and stay there until lap 30 when Mack Little in the #16 would move to the top spot. Other battles would be going on throughout the field. Little would stay at the point for the remaining 20 laps and take the win. Pelfrey would hang on and finish 2nd and Mitch Walker in the #29 would come home in 3rd. Dylon Wilson in the #1 and Cox would round out the top 5. more results

"Carroll Sweeps the Pair"

July 10th,After two weeks off and a Saturday evening postponement the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series returned to action Sunday with K&N Engineering Day at the Races presented by Catawba Science Center. 

Leading off the afternoon would be the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models and the first of their Twin 40 lap features. Pole sitter Ryan Millington in the #76 would lead the field to the green flag but the #9 of Charlie Watson would use the high groove to take the early lead. more info.

GERSTNER GETS CAREER-FIRST SMRS WIN AT HICKORY

(7/2/17) - NEWTON, N.C. Each time the Southern Modified Racing Series (SMRS) races, Jeremy Gerstner drives between nine and 10 hours one way from Wesley Chapel, Fla. to compete. All those miles paid off Saturday when Gerstner won the Independence Bash 125 at Hickory Motor Speedway his career first series race.

Gerstner started in seventh position and with the drop of the green immediately started racing forward and took command by lap seven. He led until lap 56 when he got caught in lapped traffic yielding the top spot to Bobby Measmer with Burt Myers taking second and then ultimately the lead. more results

Justin Carroll wins on LiftOne Night at the Races
in the Bojangles Late Model 100 lap feature

(6/17/17)-The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series returned to action at Hickory Motor Speedway on Saturday for LiftOne Night at the Races and a full slate of racing.

The NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models would hit the track for the 100 lap main event. 2016 T NASCAR Whelen All American Series Hickory Motor Speedway Track Champion, Dexter Canipe Jr., would start from the pole after setting fast time in qualifying. 2017 division points leader, Ryan Millington in the #76, would start from outside row one, while Justin Carroll in the #57 and Mike Darne in the #21 would make row two. Canipe would get the early jump and drive to the lead. results

Austin McDaniel, #12, and Kres VanDyke, #15,
split the Twin 40s for the Bojangles Late Models

June 10th 2017 -NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models and the first of their Twin 40 lap features. Cole Glasson in the Lee Faulk Racing entry #5 would take the pole position with the #76 of Ryan Millington starting to his outside. Glasson would keep the top spot for several laps with Millington applying steady pressure. Former Two-Time Hickory Motor Speedway track champion, Austin McDaniel in the #12 would put the move on Millington and set his eyes on the leader. Glasson would not give up easily but the persistence of McDaniel would eventually pay off as he would move to the point. Millington would also work around Glasson as the laps counted down. The checkered flag would fly for McDaniel as he would return to Victory Lane at the Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars while the Hickory Motor Speedway points leader Millington would settle for 2nd. Glasson would have another strong run finishing 3rd, but leading quite a bit of the race. Colby Howard in the #16 would finish 4th and Charlie Watson in the #9 would round the top 5.  more Info..

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