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Stallings interrupts Willis winning streak

Blake Stallings interrupted the two-race win streak of Danny Willis Jr. by winning Saturdays’ 50-lap Limited Sportsman Division race at South Boston Speedway.

Sellers Racing hits the track with in-house car

Peyton Sellers calls it “a new challenge for everybody.”

Morris will have a new opportunity to hit Victory Lane

Philip Morris had the situation he wanted in last Saturday’s 150-lap NASCAR Whelen All American Series Late Model Stock Car Division race at South Boston Speedway.

VIDEO: Defending champion captures second SBS victory

Philip Morris had the situation he wanted. He was lined up on the outside line beside race leader Lee Pulliam for the final restart with 11 laps to go in Saturday’s NASCAR Whelen Late Model 150 at South Boston Speedway.

Willis on top early in Limited after second win

Danny Willis Jr. is off to a hot start in the Limited Sportsman Division, getting his second victory in as many races Saturday at South Boston Speedway.

Early points battles taking shape at South Boston Speedway

The opening week of racing at South Boston Speedway set the stage for some early-season points battles.

SBS Saturday action features 150-lap race

The first week of the 2013 South Boston Speedway NASCAR racing season was filled with action, and the excitement will return to America’s Hometown Track on Saturday.

VIDEO: Pulliam, Falk split wins in SBS season-opening twinbill

Put the nation’s top NASCAR Late Model Stock Car drivers together and you get a battle that doesn’t disappoint.

Willis drives to first-ever season-opening win

Veteran driver Danny Willis Jr. has won a lot of Limited Sportsman Division races at South Boston Speedway, but he had never won a season-opener.

Allred claims Pure Stock opener at SBS

Scottsburg driver Joe Allred III is off to a good start in the Budweiser Pure Stock Division points race after a flag-to-flag victory in the 30-lap event on Saturday.