Tim Byrd is flying high once again at Volunteer Speedway.
Tim Byrd returned to the winner's circle at Volunteer Speedway last Saturday night, while a surprise appearance by Jimmy Owens led to the dirt late model legend's latest victory.
Jensen Ford took advantage of an early opening and held a hard-charging Tim Byrd to win last Saturday night's Crate Late Model feature at Volunteer Speedway.
With a huge car count and one of the biggest crowds ever for the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series at Volunteer Speedway, all looked set for a great night of racing. It actually turned into a "Nightmare" event.
Hawkins County racing legend Scott Bloomquist scored his sixth feature win in the prestigious Show-Me 100 dirt late model race at Lucas Oil Speedway last Saturday night, but it was his win in the previous night's B-Main which had people talking
May 29, 2018 at 2:54 PM
The biggest racing weekend of the year is coming up with the Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500 and Coca-Cola 600, but the action will also be hot and heavy on the local tracks.
The staff at Kingsport Speedway deserves high praise for not only listening to the fans and racers, but taking action last Friday night.
KNOXVILLE — There are two drivers from Knoxville scheduled to be in the upcoming Food City 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway.
The local racing season picks up the pace this week with the Bristol Motor Speedway season preview on Wednesday and the Kingsport Speedway opener on Saturday.
You can’t blame FOX Sports for trying.
There were only 12 cars in the Schaffer's Oil Iron-Man Late Model Series feature at Volunteer Speedway Saturday, but the overall car count was 103 over six classes on a day when rain was falling as close by as Rogersville and the town of Bulls
Updated Feb 27, 2018 at 4:08 PM
The local auto racing season begins Saturday with a daytime showcase for Kingsport Speedway and the opening day of racing at Volunteer Speedway.
There wasn’t a football Saturday last weekend in Knoxville, but there were still victories to celebrate.
Tim Byrd is the main cutter for his father’s Charles Byrd Logging company.
Scott Bloomquist didn’t make it back home to Volunteer Speedway to compete in the 13th annual “Scorcher” last Thursday night.