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Monster Trucks to invade SBS Saturday

After a year’s absence, Monster Trucks will return to competition at South Boston Speedway Saturday night in an action-packed show that will conclude with a a dazzling fireworks display.

After winning national championship, Lee Pulliam celebrates SBS title

Light blue balloons, twinkling lighted cardboard signs, youngsters wearing celebratory shirts proclaiming a national championship and plenty of smiles filled Victory Lane at South Boston Speedway.

Willis celebrates second Limited points title

The 2013 Limited Sportsman Division season at South Boston Speedway ended Saturday just as it started in March, with Danny Willis Jr. qualifying on the pole and leading all 50 laps to cap off his second Limited Sportsman Division championship.

Jeb Burton set for Nationwide debut

South Boston’s Jeb Burton is set to make his NASCAR Nationwide Series debut Sept. 21 at Kentucky Speedway, Turner Scott Motorsports (TSM) announced Thursday.

Seate scores first major IHRA win

Brian Seate has waited a long time to get a win in IHRA drag-racing competition.

Season coming to end at SBS

The final chapter in the 2013 racing season at South Boston Speedway will be played out Saturday night when America’s Hometown Track hosts the GCR presents Spaulding Equipment Night 150 racing program. 

Champions to be crowned at SBS Saturday

Believe it or not, the 2013 racing season at South Boston Speedway is winding to a close.

Jeff Burton to leave RCR at season end

South Boston native Jeff Burton will be leaving his ride in the No. 31 Chevrolet at Richard Childress Racing at the end of the season.

Transmission trouble plagues Burton in Canada

Transmission problems spoiled a potentially good run for Jeb Burton and his Turner Scott Motorsports team in the Chevrolet Silverado 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ont.

Pulliam all but clinches national title

Lee Pulliam unofficially clinched his second straight NASCAR Whelen All American Series national championship with a win in the first of twin 75-lap Late Model Stock Car Division races Saturday at South Boston Speedway.