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Hornets coming to SBS

The Hornets are coming!

Kwasniewski holds off Ortiz for VIR win

ALTON Dylan Kwasniewski knew he was going to have a fight on his hands when the caution flag waved with five laps to go in Saturday's Biscuitville 125 here at VIRginia International Raceway.

Kwasniewski wins VIR pole

ALTON Dylan Kwasniewski made history at VIRginia International Raceway Saturday afternoon, winning the pole position for the first-ever NASCAR sanctioned race at the legendary road racing facility.

Activity begins today at VIR

After several months of anticipation, the time has finally come.

Pulliam runs SBS win streak to nine

With rain close on the horizon, Lee Pulliam knew he could not afford to waste any time getting to the front of the field when the green flag waved for the start of the first of Saturday night’s scheduled twin 75-lap NASCAR Late Model Stock Car Division races at South Boston Speedway.

Burton’s Martinsville Speedway career had humble beginning


MARTINSVILLE — Jeff Burton has long called Martinsville Speedway his home track, and it’s no surprise. The Sprint Cup star’s roots run deep at the historic Virginia track, and not just because it is less than an hour from his hometown.

NASCAR Trucks at VIR? Perhaps one day

VIRginia International Raceway at Alton will be making history Aug. 23-24 when the track stages its first NASCAR-sanctioned stock car racing event - The Biscuitville 125 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race.

PASS Super Late Models return to SBS

South Boston Speedway is readying for a return visit Saturday night by the PASS Super Late Model Series. The visit will be the second and final one planned at America’s Hometown Track in the 2013 campaign. 

NASCAR K&N drivers excited about VIR debut

Alton — A writer asked six of the drivers that will be competing in the Aug. 24 Biscuitville 125 NASCAR K&N Pro Series East race at VIRginia International who will win the race during yesterday’s VIR Media Day event.

Pulliam takes big step in national title chase

Lee Pulliam took a big step toward the NASCAR Whelen All American Series national championship Saturday night by topping Deac McCaskill, his chief rival for the national title, and 23 other drivers in a sweep of the Gazette-Virginian Late Model Twin 75’s at South Boston Speedway.