RACING CANCELLED: Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals SUPER Late Models

RACING CANCELLED: Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals SUPER Late Models

Friday, May 7, 2021
Adult GA Ticket: $35 at gate ~ $30 Online
Seniors 60+ GA Ticket: $35 at gate ~ $30 Online
Military GA Ticket: $35 at gate ~ $30 Online
Youth 7-12 GA Ticket: $35 at gate ~ $30 Online
Kids 6&UnderGA: Always Free
Pit Pass: $45 at Gate - $40 Online

Pit Gates Open: 4PM
Gates Open: 5PM
Racing Starts: Hot laps around 5:30pm-6:00pm Start times vary with weather elements, sunset time and other factors.

All RACING CANCELLED:  May 7 & 8th

FOOD COUNTRY ~ Presents the Super Late Model Racing

Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series Stop at Wythe Raceway Rescheduled for May 7

(BRASSTOWN, NORTH CAROLINA) Officials with the

Schaeffer’s Oil

Spring Nationals Series are excited to announce that Wythe Raceway has returned to the 2021 schedule! With a scheduling conflict cited by Boyd’s Speedway for Friday, May 7, the Rural Retreat, Virginia speedplant quickly gobbled up the open date and Spring Nationals competitors will now be racing for a lucrative $10,053 top prize that evening. Series promoter Ray Cook couldn’t be more thrilled that a new date for Wythe has been secured since their original race date of Friday, April 2 was nixed due to extremely cold temperatures.

“Fred (Brown) and everyone at Wythe Raceway are great to work with and I’m glad we were able to fit them back into our schedule,” quoted Cook today. “A lot of drivers were looking forward to racing there back in early April and I think a great field will turn out on Mother’s Day weekend as well. With $10,053 on the line on both Friday at Wythe and on Saturday at Smoky Mountain, fans at both venues are sure to witness some great high-speed action with some of the best drivers in the country!”

A complete show featuring

FK Rod Ends

Group A & B qualifying, heat races, consolation events, and a 53-lap headliner is set for Friday, May 7 at picturesque Wythe Raceway. As track promoter Fred Brown has done recently, all Super Late Model entrants will be eligible to start the $10,053 to win feature event, which shells out $500 just to take the green flag. A day later, a lot of the same cars and stars that race with the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series will head to the Volunteer State for a similar $10,053 to win program on Saturday, May 8 at

Smoky Mountain Speedway

in Maryville, Tennessee.

While the May 7 stop to Wythe Raceway will mark the first-ever visit by the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals tour, its sister series – the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series – has made a plethora of appearances at the 1/2-mile facility. In fact, Wythe Raceway has been on the summer tour schedule every year since 2006. The previous winner’s list is a virtual “who’s who” in Super Late Model racing – Dennis Franklin (’06), Chris Madden (’07 & ’08), Vic Hill (’09), Mother Nature (’10), Austin Dillon (’11), Vic Hill (’12), Chris Madden (’13), Jonathan Davenport (’14), Billy Ogle, Jr. (’15), Dale McDowell (’16), Vic Hill (’17), Dale McDowell (’18), Brandon Overton (’19 & ’20).
Jonathan Davenport (Tazewell Speedway) and Brandon Overton (I-75 Raceway) have already picked up wins with the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series during the 2021 campaign. A total of thirteen drivers have perfect attendance so far, which keeps their hopes alive to pocket the $10,053 payday for claiming the Championship. Currently, Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Dale McDowell has a scant two point lead over Brandon Overton in the miniseries point chase with Donald McIntosh, Cory Hedgecock, and David Payne rounding out the top five.
Purse for Friday, May 7 at Wythe (VA) Raceway:
1) $10,053, 2) $5,000, 3) $2,500, 4) $1,800, 5) $1,250, 6) $900, 7) $800, 8. $700, 9) $675, 10) $650, 11) $625, 12) $600, 13) $575, 14) $550, 15) $525, 16) $500, 17) $500, 18) $500, 19) $500, 20) $500, 21) $500, 22) $500 — $30,703 TOTAL
2021 Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series Schedule:
Saturday, April 3 – Tazewell Speedway (Tazewell, TN) – JONATHAN DAVENPORT
Friday, April 16 – I-75 Raceway (Sweetwater, TN) – BRANDON OVERTON
Friday, April 23 – Tri-County Race Track (Brasstown, North Carolina) – $4,053 to win
Saturday, April 24 – Mountain View Raceway (Spring City, Tennessee) – $5,053 to win
Friday, April 30 – Crossville Speedway (Crossville, Tennessee) – $4,053 to win
Saturday, May 1 – Clarksville Speedway (Clarksville, Tennessee) – $10,053 to win
Friday, May 7 – Wythe Raceway (Rural Retreat, Virginia) – $10,053 to win
Saturday, May 8 – Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tennessee) – $10,053 to win
Saturday, May 29 – Dixie Speedway (Woodstock, Georgia) – $4,053 to win
Sunday, May 30 – Rome Speedway (Rome, Georgia) – $4,053 to win
Monday, May 31 – 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tennessee) – $10,052 to win
Current Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series Point Standings:
1. Dale McDowell – 386
2. Brandon Overton – 384
3. Donald McIntosh – 368
3. Cory Hedgecock – 368
5. David Payne – 338
6. Stacy Boles – 330
7. Christian Hanger – 328
8. Jensen Ford – 316
9. Forrest Trent – 249
10. John Llewellyn – 247
11. Jeff Neubert – 243
12. Johnny Cloer – 241
13. Jonathan Davenport – 200
14. Michael Page – 196
14. Kyle Larson – 196

For more information on the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series presented by Sunoco Race Fuels, please point your Internet browser to or feel free to call series promoter Ray Cook at 828-360-5353. You can also follow us across social media platforms on

Southern Nationals Series

and on Twitter @sonationals.

The Spring Nationals Series would like to thank all of our 2021 marketing partners including: Schaeffer’s Oil & Specialized Lubricants, Sunoco Race Fuels, American Race Tires, Delph Communications, E-Z-GO, Arizona Sport Shirts, Capital Race Cars, Collins Signs,, FK Rod Ends, Hoosier Racing Tire, Keyser Manufacturing, MasterSbilt Race Cars,, Wiles Driveshafts, Vic Hill Racing Engines, The Steering Buddy, Knowles Race Parts & Bodies, Coosa Heating & Air, The Joie of Seating, and
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