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NASCAR Green Day is Saturday

Smokey Bear will be among the many fans in attendance Saturday afternoon when South Boston Speedway hosts NASCAR Green Day.

NASCAR Southern Modifieds coming Saturday

The NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour and the NASCAR Whelen All American Late Model Stock Car Division will be co-featured Saturday afternoon when South Boston Speedway returns to action.

Busch outlasts Johnson at Martinsville

MARTINSVILLE — Martinsville Speedway had taken on the reputation of being Hendrick Motorsports’ playground.

Sauter edges Wallace for Martinsville NCWTS win

MARTINSVILLE — Matt Crafton fended off bids from Darrell Wallace Jr. on two late-race restarts and held on to win Sunday's Kroger 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Martinsville Speedway.

Thaxton scores first career LMSC win

Austin Thaxton didn't know whether it was unbridled excitement, overwhelming joy, relief or what other emotion he was feeling when he took the white flag to signal the final lap of Saturday afternoon's NASCAR Whelen Late Model 100 at South Boston Speedway.

Racing action resumes at SBS Saturday

After opening the 2014 season last weekend, South Boston Speedway will waste no time notching its second event of the campaign this weekend. 

Sellers sweeps SBS opener

Peyton Sellers swept Saturday afternoon's Danville Toyota NASCAR Whelen Late Model Twin 100s at South Boston Speedway.

Teams gear up for SBS opener

After several months of cold wintry weather, the new season will crank up Saturday at South Boston Speedway.

Drivers may experience butterflies in SBS opener

Expect a few butterflies to be floating in the stomach of some drivers in Saturday’s season-opening Danville Toyota NASCAR Whelen Late Model Twin 100’s at South Boston Speedway.

After winter blast, drivers scramble to prepare for opener

Wintry weather forced South Boston Speedway officials to cancel Saturday’s scheduled open practice/media day event, leaving the area’s drivers and racing teams in a scramble to prepare for this weekend’s season-opening event.