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Jeb Burton set for debut with Turner Scott Motorsports

Jeb Burton begins a new chapter in his racing career tonight as he makes his first start at Daytona International Speedway and his debut with Turner Scott Motorsports in the NextEra Energy Resources 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race.

Jeff Burton looks to rebound after two tough seasons

To say that the past two seasons have been tough, disappointing seasons for Jeff Burton could be something of an understatement.

Hunter Slayton finally wins Modified crown in fourth season

It took four seasons of racing in the Modified Division, but Hunter Slayton finally reached the top at South Boston Speedway last season.

Action heats up for open practice, media day

The weather outside may be chilly now, but action will soon be heating up at South Boston Speedway.

Trey Crews: Quick rise to top

Three short seasons ago, Trey Crews of Halifax earned Rookie of the Year honors in the Pure Stock Division at South Boston Speedway.

Matt Bowling rides consistency to SBS title

Matt Bowling was the picture of consistency during the 2012 season at South Boston Speedway. That is why Bowling won his first career track championship and stands as South Boston Speedway’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car Division champion.

Bobby McCarty wins SBS Limited Sportsman title in second year on asphalt

Bobby McCarty made it very clear about two things during the 2012 season at South Boston Speedway – one being he is quick to learn and two, he is a championship-caliber driver.

Speedway honors four first-time champions

South Boston Speedway has crowned its youngest NASCAR Whelen All-American Series track champion.

SBS to crown racing champs Saturday

South Boston Speedway will honor its 2012 NASCAR Whelen All American Series division champions Saturday at the annual Champions Dinner & Awards Ceremony.

National champion reaches top without high-tier funding

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Everywhere you turn these days, someone is telling you how expensive it is to go racing. They’ll tell you there’s no shot at being competitive without deep pockets. And then there are the folks at Pulliam Motorsports.