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2ND Annual Fall 40 Street Stock Championship at The MAG: $5,000 to WIN 
Starting 3-Wide and 30 Cars October 6th-8th at Magnolia Motor Speedway


Columbus, Mississippi (09/27/16) The Fall 40 Street Stock Championship at The MAG will be held October 6-8 at Magnolia Motor Speedway.

On Friday night, October 7 Street Stocks will qualify with heat races to follow. NeSmith Late Models on Friday night will compete for $800-to-win/ $50-to-start.  Factory Stocks will race for $250-to-win. 
The driver’s meeting on Friday night is at 7:00pm sharp with hot laps at 7:30pm.

The Fall 40 Street Stock Championship draws to a close on Saturday, October 8 with the Street Stocks going into battle in a $5,000-to-win/ $400-to-start event, which will start 30 cars, three wide!
Saturday’s program will feature Street Stock B-Mains, while the last four starting positions will be determined by the fastest car from Thursday night’s practice session, a Lucky Draw spot, Non-Qualifier Winner, and a final spot that’s will be determined.

There will also be a $500-to-win, Non-Qualifier Race. The winner of the Non-Qualifier Race has the option to race in main event, forfeiting their non-qualifier money.  

There will also be several contingency awards up for grabs.

Also in action on Saturday will be NeSmith Late Models racing or $1,000-to-win, Factory Stocks racing for $3,00-to-win, and 602 Late Models competing for $400-to-win.

The driver’s meeting is on Saturday is at 6:00pm SHARP with racing action at 7:00pm.

The Street Stock pre-entry fee is $125, which includes transponder. The deadline for pre-entry is Friday, October 1. After that day Street Stock entry fee $150, which includes transponder.
RULES: NeSmith Street Stock Rules Apply.  Tire samples will be taken.

Street Stock Purse. 1-$5,000, 2-2,500, 3-$1,500, 4-$1,000, 5-$800, 6-$600, 7-$575, 8-$550, 9-$525, 10-$500, 11-$450, 12-$425, 13-$420, 14-$415, 15-$410, 16-$405, 17-30 $400.
Purses, Format, Prices Based on a Two-Day Show.

For more information, please call Johnny at 662-574-2572 or Track at 662-240-3478
Speedzone Parking will be an additional $30.00 for the whole weekend, plus the purchase of grandstand pass(es)
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Thursday October 6th Open Practice 7-10pm
Pit Gate Opens at 5pm
Pit Admission $20.00  (Kids 6-10 $10)
Grandstands FREE

Friday October 7th   
Pit Gate Opens at 3pm Grandstand Open at 5:00pm
Pit Admission $35.00   (Kids 6-10 $25.00)
Grandstand $15.00      (Kids 10 and Under FREE)

Saturday October 8th
Pit Gate Opens at 3pm Grandstand Open at 5:00pm
Pit Admission $35.00   (Kids 6-10 $25)
Grandstand $20.00     (Kids 10 and Under FREE)


Tire Samples Meet Benchmarks from Magnolia State Cotton Pickin' 100

Columbus, Mississippi (09/27/16) - All of the tire samples from the 2016 edition of the Magnolia State Cotton Pickin' 100 at Magnolia Motor Speedway were found to meet the required benchmarks at the testing laboratory. All monies will be sent out accordingly.


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September 24, 2016

Chris Madden Picks the Cotton at Magnolia Motor Speedway

Columbus, Mississippi (09/24/16) – Chris Madden added his name to an elite group on Saturday night by taking the $20,000 top prize in the 2016 running of the Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 presented by Country Pleasin’ Sausage at Magnolia Motor Speedway.

“I knew we had a really good hot rod tonight, and I just had to bide my time early,” said Madden. “Once we got to the lead our car just kept getting better, and we were able to get the win.”

Moments after picking the ceremonious cotton in victory lane Madden concluded by saying, “It means a lot to win this race in only our second time to come here. We’ll take this $20,000 tonight and hopefully win one at East Alabama Motor Speedway on the way home tomorrow. There’s so many sponsors that help make this possible, and I want to thank them all for getting me to victory lane tonight.”

Shane Clanton and Garrett Alberson brought the field to the green flag for the 100-lap affair. Clanton shot to the lead as the race went green with Kyle Bronson, Alberson, and Jack Sullivan in tow.

By lap 2 Sullivan moved up to the runner-up position as he set his sights on Clanton.

The first of five cautions in the finale fell on lap 7 for Brandon Overton, who slowed with mechanical issues. He would duck into the pits before rejoining the tail of the field.

The restart found the front runners dicing things up as Clanton continued to set the pace.

Lapped traffic became a factor on lap 20 as Jack Sullivan kept Clanton within striking distance for the lead. Lap 25 found Sullivan and Clanton going door-to-door for the top spot. Sullivan would pull alongside of Clanton on multiple occasions but was unable to complete the pass.

A lap 28 restart saw 12th-starting Chris Madden on the move as he raced into the 3rd position behind Clanton and Sullivan. Action got exciting at the front of the pack over the next several laps with Sullivan initially challenging Clanton for the lead before Madden overtook Sullivan on lap 34.

Following a lap 35 caution Kyle Bronson catapulted into the 2nd position and four laps later he executed a crossover move on Shane Clanton to take the lead entering turn 1.

Bronson held the lead until lap 52, when Chris Madden took control at the front of the pack. Madden would become the third and final leader of the event.

Madden quickly extended his advantage at the front of the field, and not even a caution with just fourteen laps remaining could keep him out of victory lane at the 3/8-mile oval. He crossed the finish line 1.434 seconds ahead of his nearest challenger.

10th-starting Dale McDowell moved into the 2nd spot late in the race with Mississippi’s David Breazeale scoring a career-best 3rd place finish in the crown jewel. Billy Moyer and Morgan Bagley completed the Top 5 finishers.

Heath Beard only led one lap but it was the most important one in the Factory Stock feature. Logan Lux led from the drop of the green flag, but a late-race caution set up a two-lap dash to the checkers. Heading down the backstretch on the final lap Heath Beard shot past for the lead with Jason Byrd in tow. Beard led the final lap to take the victory over Byrd, Lux, Lewis and Carl Kilgore.

The NeSmith Chevrolet Crate Late Model feature featured fast and furious action in the opening laps. Scott Dedwylder jumped to the lead from the pole position and led the first two laps before Kyle Bronson took control on lap 2, when Dedwylder slipped high exiting turn 4.

Bronson, Justin McRee, and Dedwylder battled for the top spot over the next several laps. McCree Led lap 13 with a slider but Bronson took over entering turn 1. Bad luck bit McRee on lap 14, when contact with an infield tire ripped part of the nose off his car and allowed Dedwylder to retake the runner-up spot. McRee would continue with noticeable front-end damage.

Dedwylder took the lead from Bronson just past the halfway mark before Bronson reclaimed the lead on lap 35. Hunter Carroll moved up to 2nd in the closing laps but couldn’t catch Bronson as the Brandon, Florida driver took the $3,000 top prize. Carroll, Jeremy Shaw, Scott Dedwylder, and Josh Banes completed the Top 5 finishers.

The Mississippi Street Stock Series feature went caution, and 15-year-old Spencer Hughes wired the field in the caution-free event to claim the $2,000 victory. Rodney Wing, Johnny Stokes, Lee Ray, and Michael Blade completed the Top 5 finishers.

Magnolia Motor Speedway will return to action on October 6-8 with the annual Fall 40, which will be highlighted by a $5,000-to-win affair. For more information, please visit www.MagnoliaDirt.com .

September 24, 2016 Results
Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100
Super Late Model Feature (62 Entries)
1)Chris Madden 2)Dale McDowell 3)David Breazeale 4)Billy Moyer 5)Morgan Bagley 6)Timothy Culp 7)Shane Clanton 8)Eric Wells 9)Jack Sullivan 10)Eric Cooley 11)Kyle Bronson 12)Jimmy Cliburn 13)Dylan Ames 14)Garrett Alberson 15)Kyle Beard 16)Wendell Wallace 17)Tanner Kellick 18)Tyler Millwood 19)Austin Smith 20)Jesse Stovall 22)Brandon Overton 23)Jamie Tollison 24)Chandler Petty

Super Late Model B-Main #1 (Top 2 Transfer)
1)Eric Cooley 2)Tyler Millwood 3)Howard Means 4)Ray Cook 5)Chad Thrash 6)Tom Maddox 7)Josh Adkins 8)Spencer Hughes 9)Rick Rickman 10)Herbert McClendon 11)Josh Putnam 12)Jake Davis

Super Late Model B-Main #2 (Top 2 Transfer)
1)Tanner Kellick 2)Jimmy Cliburn 3)Hunter Rasdon 4)Eric Hickerson 5)Jason Croft 6)Clay Fisher 7)Leon Henderson 8)Phillips Gibson 9)Zachary McMillan

Super Late Model B-Main #3 (Top 2 Transfer)
1)Kyle Beard 2)Jamie Tollison 3)B.J. Robinson 4)Blake Spencer 5)Billy Franklin 6)Ray McElhiney 7)Brian Ligon 8)Patrick Michel 9)Keith House 10)Michael Arnold 11)Shay Knight 12)Brett White

Crate Late Model Feature (48 Entries)
1)Kyle Bronson 2)Hunter Carroll 3)Jeremy Shaw 4)Scott Dedwylder 5)Josh Banes 6)Neil Baggett 7)Tyler Burgess 8)Cliff Ross 9)Jamey Boland 10)Mark Dodson 11)Chad McCool 12)Nick Thrash 13)Tim Dees 14)Evan Ellis 15)Randall Beckwith 16)Doug Sanchangrin 17)Steve Russell 18)Marcus Minga  19)Blake Spencer 20)Kyle Shaw 21)Grant Pearl 22)Justin McRee 23)Troy English 24)Monte Skinner

Mississippi State Street Stock Series (32 Entries)
1)Spencer Hughes 2)Rodney Wing 3)Johnny Stokes 4)Lee Ray 5)Michael Blade 6)TK King 7)Ronald Dunn 8)Justin McRee 9)Michael Williams 10)Rick Rickman 11)Dewayne Estes 12)Terry Taylor 13)Matt Byram 14)John Smart 15)Brian Rickman 16)Kevin Whittington 17)Ben Keith 18)Brad Ware 19)E.J. Carter 20)Brandon Hardin 21)Chase Pennington 22)Doug Dodd 23)Brent Mitchell 24)Gary Cooper

Factory Stock Feature
1)Heath Beard 2)Jason Byrd 3)Logan Lux 4)Jeff Lewis 5)Carl Kilgore 6)John Beard 7)John Johnson 8)Brian Jones 9)Scooter Ware 10)Jamie Rochell 11)Brandon Whitley 12)Josh Jennings 13)Tyler Castle 14)Nick Stoop 15)James Stewart 16)James Smith 17)Colby Taylor 18)Zack Shelton


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September 22, 2016

Clanton and Alberson Pace Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 Prelims
Over 160 Entries Take Part in Preliminary Action

Columbus, Mississippi (09/22/16) – On Friday evening over 160 race cars participated in preliminary action for 2016 edition of the Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 presented by Country Pleasin’ Sausage.

With 62 Super Late Models signed in for competition and a total of 65 entries in the division for the weekend, Shane Clanton received a $100 bonus from George Sisson, “The Outlaw,” for topping Super Late Model qualifying with a 13.427 second lap. Garrett Alberson topped his group with a 13.713 second lap around the 3/8-mile oval.

Shane Clanton outdueled Billy Moyer in lapped traffic to win Super Late Model Heat Race #1 with David Breazeale outrunning a hard-charging Josh Putnam for the third and final, transfer spot.

Heat Race #2 found Florida’s Kyle Bronson setting sail at the drop of the green flag and never looking back. Chandler Petty ran 2nd early, while Billy Moyer Jr. and Morgan Bagley waged a great battle for the final transfer spot for the first half of the race before Moyer Jr. got over the cushion in turn 1 on lap 9 and slammed the wall. The lap-9 restart found Bagley taking the runner-up position, and he would finish there behind Bronson with Petty taking the final transfer spot.

Talented, young racers Austin Smith and Timothy Culp brought the field to the green flag in Heat Race #3. Austin Smith led early with Timothy Culp in the second spot. Dylan Ames overtook Kyle Beard for the third position with some contact near the race’s midway point. In the closing laps Culp and Ames caught Smith with Culp taking the lead with two laps to go on his way to the win. Culp was followed across the finish line by Smith and Ames.

Heat race #4 found Garrett Alberson dominating early before Mike Marlar and Wendell Wallace closed the gap in the final five laps. The leaders caught heavy lapped traffic with 3 circuits remaining. Marlar pressured Alberson to the checkered flag with Alberson taking the narrow win over Marlar and Wallace.

Heat race #5 found Jack Sullivan taking advantage of a Dale McDowell bobble in turns 1 and 2 on the fourth circuit to take the lead. Sullivan dominated the rest of the heat with McDowell in second. Eric Wells survived a last-lap slider from Hunter Rasdon to take the final transfer spot.

The final heat race of the night saw Georgia’s Brandon Overton wire in the field in the 15-lap affair with Chris Madden finishing in the second spot. Jesse Stovall and Super Late Model rookie, Michael Arnold had a spirited battle for the third spot early in the race before Stovall took sole possession of the final transfer spot.

Forty-eight NeSmith Chevrolet Crate Late Models entered the program and fast qualifier Scott Dedwylder won the first heat race with Tyler Burgess, Kyle Bronson, and Jeremy Shaw also scoring heat race wins.

Corinth, Mississippi’s Ronald Dunn set fast and won the first heat race with the Mississippi Street Stock Series. 15-year-old Spencer Hughes and Rodney Wing won the other two heats. Thirty-one entries took part in preliminary action for the division.

Tony Shelton took the lead from Justin Carter just before the halfway mark of the 602 Late Model Stock feature and went on to take the win with Carter and Todd Robinson completing the podium. Heat race action for the 22-car field was topped by Tony Shelton and Joey Maxwell.

On Saturday night the final night of the 2016 Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 Presented by Cooper’s Country Meat Packers will be contested. The night’s program will be headlined by B-Mains and ultimately a $20,000-to-win/$1,200-to-start, 100 lap finale for the Super Late Models as competitors look to tame the 3/8-mile oval in hopes of claiming their share of the total purse that approaches $70,000.

Also sharing the spotlight on Saturday night will be the NeSmith Late Models chasing a $3,000 top prize and Mississippi Street Stock Series (MSSS) competitors battling in B-Main and feature action for $2,000-to-win. Factory Stocks will battle for $400-to-win on Saturday night.  

Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ Trophies will be presented to the feature winner in each division.

Factory Stock Purse
1- $400, 2- $200, 3- $150, 4- $100, 5-$90, 6- $80, 7- $70, 8-$60. 9-$50, 10-$45, 11-24- $40.

B-Mains for all divisions will be contested on Saturday night along with Factory Stocks Heat Races and the Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 Championships Main Event Races.   

Don't forget on Saturday at noon the annual racer’s fund barbeque will be held at Magnolia Motor Speedway. Glenn's Smoking Hot Barbeque will be available in the grandstand area to all racers, pit crew, fans and families. The barbeque lunch is free. We will have a bucket for Donation and this money is used to help out members of our racing family, who might have health issues or any disaster in their life. Please make plans to join us.

Trackside parking is available for an additional $30 in any unreserved spot.  To reserve your spot please call 662-386-9191.

FourWheeler’s/ATV’s/SidebySide’s/Golfcarts/Ect. must pay a $25 fee for the weekend.

Magnolia Motor Speedway and complete Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 information can be found on the Magnolia Motor Speedway website hosted at www.MagnoliaDirt.com .  For more information, please call Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572 or Dewitt Singleton at 601-917-1500 or Ben Shelton at 901-335-3037 or the track at 662-240-3478.

Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 Event Fast Facts:

EVENT FORMAT
Saturday, September 24th Schedule:
12:00pm: Racer’s Fund Barbeque Lunch in Grandstand Area
2:00pm: Pit gates open
3:00pm: Grandstands open
4:00pm: Autograph session on souvenir row
5:00pm: Driver’s meeting
5:30pm: Premier Ford Hay Ride for the Kids through the Pits

6:00pm: Hot Laps
7:00pm: Racing

Saturday Night Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 Main Event Night
B-Mains For All Divisions and Factory Stocks Heat Races  

SATURDAY ADMISSION PRICES
Saturday Grandstands: Adults $30
Saturday Children 6-10 $5. Children 5 & under free.

Saturday Pit Admission: Adults $40
Saturday Children 6-10 $30. Children 5 & under free.

Super Late Models
Entries: 65
Group A Fast Qualifier (& Overall): Shane Clanton (13.427 seconds)
Group B Fast Qualifier: Garrett Alberson (13.713 seconds)

Heat Race #1 (Top 3 Transfer): Shane Clanton, Billy Moyer, David Breazeale, Josh Putnam, Tyler Millwood, Chad Thrash, Ray Cook, Jake Davis, Ashton Winger, Tony Silvestri, Herbert McClendon

Heat Race #2 (Top 3 Transfer): Kyle Bronson, Morgan Bagley, Chandler Petty, Tanner Kellick, Jason Croft, Eric Hickerson, Ryan Crane, Chris Reid, Phillip Gibson, Billy Moyer Jr.

Heat Race #3 (Top 3 Transfer): Timothy Culp, Austin Smith, Dylan Ames, Kyle Beard, Jamie Tollison, Dane Dacus, Billy Franklin, Shannon Scott, Blake Spencer, Patrick Michel

Heat Race #4 (Top 3 Transfer): Garrett Alberson, Mike Marlar, Wendell Wallace, Eric Cooley, Rick Rickman, Spencer Hughes, Howard Means, Josh Adkins, Tom Maddox, Derek Ellis

Heat Race #5 (Top 3 Transfer): Jack Sullivan, Dale McDowell, Eric Wells, Hunter Rasdon, Clay Fisher, Jimmy Cliburn, David Seibers, Zach McMillan, Leon Henderson, Robert Baker

Heat Race #6 (Top 3 Transfer): Brandon Overton, Chris Madden, Jesse Stovall, Shay Knight, Michael Arnold, B.J. Robinson, Brett White, Ray McElhiney, Brian Ligon, Keith House

Super Late Model Top 18 Locked-In A-Main
Row 1: Shane Clanton – Garrett Alberson
Row 2: Kyle Bronson – Jack Sullivan
Row 3: Timothy Culp – Brandon Overton
Row 4: Billy Moyer – Mike Marlar
Row 5: Morgan Bagley – Dale McDowell
Row 6: Austin Smith – Chris Madden
Row 7: David Breazeale – Wendell Wallace
Row 8: Chandler Petty – Eric Wells
Row 9: Dylan Ames – Jesse Stovall

Super Late Model B-Main #1, Top 2 Transfer
Row 1: Josh Putnam – Eric Cooley
Row 2: Tyler Millwood – Rick Rickman
Row 3: Chad Thrash – Spencer Hughes
Row 4: Ray Cook – Howard Means
Row 5: Jake Davis – Josh Adkins
Row 6: Ashton Winger – Tom Maddox
Row 7: Tony Silvestri – Derek Ellis
Row 8: Herbert McClendon

Super Late Model B-Main #2, Top 2 Transfer
Row 1: Tanner Kellick – Hunter Rasdon
Row 2: Jason Croft – Clay Fisher
Row 3: Eric Hickerson – Jimmy Cliburn
Row 4: Ryan Crane – David Siebers
Row 5: Chris Reid – Zach McMillan
Row 6: Phillips Gibson – Leon Henderson
Row 7: Billy Moyer Jr. – Robert Baker
Row 8: Tim Busha

Super Late Model B-Main #3, Top 2 Transfer
Row 1: Kyle Beard – Shay Knight
Row 2: Jamie Tollison – Michael Arnold
Row 3: Dane Dacus – B.J. Robinson
Row 4: Billy Franklin – Brett White
Row 5: Shannon Scott – Ray McElhiney
Row 6: Blake Spencer – Brian Ligon
Row 7: Patrick Michel – Keith House

NeSmith Crate Late Models Top 16 Locked-In A-Main

Row 1: Scott Dedwylder – Tyler Burgess
Row 2: Kyle Bronson – Jeremy Shaw
Row 3: Justin McRee – Neil Baggett
Row 4: Hunter Carroll – Jamey Boland
Row 5: Monte Skinner – Josh Banes
Row 6: Marcus Minga – Steve Russell
Row 7: Kyle Shaw – Chad McCool
Row 8: Nick Thrash – Grant Pearl

NeSmith Crate Late Model B-Main #1, Top 3 Transfer
Row 1: Troy English – Tim Dees
Row 2: Mark Dodson – Wayne Murphy
Row 3: Ricky Waggoner – Tim Parker
Row 4: Heath Johnson – Todd Robinson
Row 5: Doug Sanchagrin – Terry Wilson
Row 6: Ben Brocato – Doug Heavener
Row 7: Tony Henry – Terrell Harris
Row 8: David Brocato – Joey Credidio

NeSmith Crate Late Model B-Main #2, Top 3 Transfer
Row 1: Brandon Shaw – Cliff Ross
Row 2: Trey Rickman – Evan Ellis
Row 3: Jamie Pickard – Randall Beckwith
Row 4: Blake Spencer – Terry Mosley
Row 5: Steven Jones – John Huss
Row 6: Charlie Kilgore – JC Waller
Row 7: Larry Stacy – Steve Kirk
Row 8: Shelby Sheedy – Jason Hood

Mississippi Street Stock Series Top 18 Locked-In A-Main
Row 1: Ronald Dunn – Spencer Hughes
Row 2: Rodney Wing – Lee Ray
Row 3: Justin McRee – Johnny Stokes
Row 4: Matt Byram – Michael Williams
Row 5: Terry Taylor – Rick Rickman
Row 6: Michael Blade – TK King
Row 7: Dewayne Estes – John Smart
Row 8: Kevin Whittington – Gary Cooper
Row 9: Brad Ware – Brian Rickman

Mississippi Street Stock Series B-Main #1 (Top 4 Transfer)
Row 1: Chase Pennington – Andrew Earnest
Row 2: Brandon Hardin – Brent Mitchell
Row 3: Ben Keith – E.J. Carter
Row 4: Doug Dodd – Chad Williams
Row 5: Brodey Elfring – Mark Barnett
Row 6: Chris Allen – Mitchell Holloway
Row 7: Wayne Medders – Charlie Gardner

602 Late Model Stock Feature Results
1)Tony Shelton 2)Justin Carter 3)Todd Robinson 4)Joey Maxwell 5)Brooke Carter 6)Jason Roberts 7)Johnny Kelly Jr. 8)Tony Shelton Jr. 9)Larry Stacy 10)Felix George 11)Chance Duckworth 12)Cole Brown 13)Jimmy Anderson Jr. 14)Nathan Page 15)Steven Hester Jr. 16)Bill Moffett 17)Justin Kelley 18)Chance Inmon 19)Bill Spann 20)Shane Johnson


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Contact: Ben Shelton (msrmafia@gmail.com)
May 25, 2016

Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 Moves to September

Columbus, Mississippi (05/25/16) – The 2016 edition of the Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 at Magnolia Motor Speedway is moving from early October to September 22-24.

“For whatever reason it just seems like this year that everybody in the Dirt Late Model world wants to have a big show the weekend of October 7-8, so we decided to take the show to a new weekend,” said Magnolia Motor Speedway promoter, Johnny Stokes. “The September 22-24 weekend looks much more friendly for racers and fans, especially in the South where there a ton of races that weekend. Plus the Mississippi State University football team will be playing on the road that weekend, so that frees up the hotels in the area that weekend, which is always a big challenge.”

The mega event, which is headlined by a $20,000-to-win/$1,200-to-start event for Super Late Models, will now open on Thursday, September 22 with an open practice session. Friday evening will find qualifying and heat races contested before Saturday night plays host to B-Mains and the 100 lap finale atop the “Black Ice” at the state-of-the-art, 3/8-mile oval. The purse for the Super Late Model portion of the event alone exceeds $70,000.

Also taking center stage throughout the weekend at the event will be the Mississippi Street Stock Series battling for $2,000-to-win, the NeSmith Weekly Late Models racing for $3,000-to-win, and Factory Stocks will also race on Saturday night.

More details will be released in the coming weeks.

With the move of the Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100, there’s also been a move of the 2nd Annual Fall 40 Street Stock Championship. The event originally slated for September 22-24 at Magnolia Motor Speedway will now be held October 6-8.

“I honestly think that moving the 2nd Annual Fall 40 Street Stock Championship to October will help that event as several tracks will be finished racing for the year by then,” noted Stokes. “That event has become one of my favorite races because there’s so much parity in the Street Stock class and the racing is just awesome. I hope fans will make plans to attend it as well.”

The 2nd Annual Fall 40 Street Stock Championship includes a $5,000-to-win/$400-to-start finale for the Street Stock division.

This Sunday, May 29 Magnolia Motor Speedway will host a program that features the NeSmith Late Model National Touring Series battling for $2,000-To-Win PLUS the RockAuto.Com Super Late Models, NeSmith Street Stocks, 602 Late Model Stocks and Factory Stocks will be action as well. 

On Sunday, May 29 the pit gate opens at 3pm with the grandstand gates opening at 5pm.  The driver’s meeting is slated for 6:30pm with racing action at 7:30pm. Grandstand Admission is $15.00 for Adults.

Veterans and Active Military will receive a $5.00 discount in grandstands only. Kids 10 and under are Free.  Pit Admission is $35.00 for Adults, Kids 6-10 $25.00 and Kids 5 and under Free.

Trackside parking is an additional $15.00 in any unreserved spot.

For more information, please call Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572 or the Track at 662-240-3478 or visit www.MagnoliaDirt.com  or Check us out on Facebook and Twitter @TheMagSpeedway .


Magnolia Motor Speedway Back in Action on Memorial Day Weekend - Sunday, May 29

Columbus, Mississippi (05/17/16) – Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi returns to action with a Memorial Day, weekend special on Sunday May 29, 2016.

Magnolia Motor Speedway will host a program that features the NeSmith Late Model National Touring Series battling for $2,000-To-Win PLUS the RockAuto.Com Super Late Models, NeSmith Street Stocks, 602 Late Model Stocks and Factory Stocks will be action as well. 

On Sunday, May 29, 2016 the pit gate opens at 3pm with the grandstand gates opening at 5pm.  The driver’s meeting is slated for 6:30pm with racing action at 7:30pm. Grandstand Admission is $15.00 for Adults.

Veterans and Active Military will receive a $5.00 discount in grandstands only. Kids 10 and under are Free.  Pit Admission is $35.00 for Adults, Kids 6-10 $25.00 and Kids 5 and under Free.

Trackside parking is an additional $15.00 in any unreserved spot.

For more information call Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572 or the Track at 662-240-3478.


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Contact: Ben Shelton (msrmafia@gmail.com)
May 4, 2016

Cooper’s Country Meat Packers Inks Title Sponsorship for Clash at the Mag

Columbus, Mississippi (05/04/16) - Star, Mississippi-based, Cooper’s Country Meat Packers has inked a deal to become the title sponsor for the upcoming Clash at the Mag at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi).

The annual Clash at the Mag is sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) and will be held on June 16-18. Each year the event draws fans and racers from across the nation to the state-of-the-art, 3/8-mile oval. Saturday night’s finale boasts a $20,000 top prize.

“Henry Cooper and Cooper’s Country Meat Packers have stepped up in a big way to support Magnolia Motor Speedway,” said promoter, Johnny Stokes. “Henry and his company do so much to sponsor racing. Their delicious sausages are one of the most popular items at our concession stand, and I hope that racers and fans make sure to pick up their tasty food at the grocery store as well.”

For more information on Cooper’s Country Meat Packers, please visit www.CountryPleasin.com .

The 2016 edition of the Country Pleasin Clash at the Mag opens on Thursday, June 16 with an open practice session. Friday night’s program includes time trials and heat race action for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS). Saturday night’s program includes b-mains and the 100-lap finale, which is filmed by MAVTV cameras for a future airing. A full complement of local divisions will accompany the program each night as well. For more information on the event, please visit www.MagnoliaDirt.com .

For more information on this Saturday’s event, please call Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572 or the Track at 662-240-3478 or visit www.MagnoliaDirt.com  or Check us out on Facebook and Twitter @TheMagSpeedway .

 



2nd Annual Fall 40 Street Stock Championship
Thursday-Saturday,
October 6-8, 2016