10 drivers and 12 numbers to keep it interesting. Answers in a day or 2.
It was a new experience for the driver and the fans. The first ever Big Rig Truck race at 5 Flags Speedway, and the first series win for driver Luke Whitmire. He held a near half track lead at the end of the 30 lap feature race to grab the $10,000 prize. Mike Morgan finished 2nd and Bob Mitchell third. Details on the race and the series, go to: www.banditseries.com
Hey, Drivers from Yesteryear... We need to know if you are going to attend the drivers reunion on Saturday evening September 14th at 7pm. We will have a special section on the party deck in turn 4 for you, complete with food and sodas. There will be a special introduction of the drivers from the 1970's thru the 1990's who drove here. So we can prepare, we need your reservation. It's all FREE. Bring your best stories. First call Dickie Davis at 850-501-4809 We're looking forward to seeing you again!
7pm August 31st here. Gates open at 3pm. Adults -Advance on line $15; $20 (gate) Party Deck – $25 Military $15 (online or gate) Online Advance tickets: follow this link: On line: http://bit.ly/2KKtfFS-FiveFlags Kids 8 & under FREE!
Reserved grandstand seats now on sale! Call or come by for selection in the section you prefer. Open 9am-5pm Central time Mon-Fri. Have credit card ready. Call 850-944-8400 Derby dates Dec 3-8th.
‘Plott’-ing Against His Competition, 23-Year-Old Georgian Wins First Race at Five Flags Speedway By Chuck Corder Only in racing can 23 seem a tad over-the-hill. That’s still many years short of athlete’s prime years in most other sports. But with a profound and prolific influx of adolescent drivers to short-track racing in recent years, 20-somethings are usually considered grizzled veterans. With much-deserved buzz and hype around a potential youth revolution to the Allen Turner Hyundai Pro Late Model Series, a 23-year-old from Marietta, Ga., took the teenagers to school Friday night at the famed half-mile asphalt oval. A past champion at some of the southeast’s storied speedways, Kyle Plott proved once again at Five Flags Speedway why he remains a feared competitor whenever he unloads for a Super or Pro race. Plott got his first career victory at Five Flags by winning the third of four Allen Turner Hyundai Pro Late Model 100-lap races this [...]
Driver OK, car damaged rear end.
Finch...does the name sound familiar? James has been involved in racing here going back the the Eddie Mercer days. Tonight his son Jake, 14, rolls out a new car built by Derrick Griffin to compete in the Faith Chapel Outlaws. He is a 9th grader at Mosley High School in Panama City. Look for the black #51