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  1. Precipitation And Forecast Forces Cancelation Of Senoia All Star Opener

    Precipitation And Forecast Forces Cancelation Of Senoia All Star Opener

    Jan 30, 2023

    With heavy precipitation already saturating Senoia Raceway, and an extended forecast predicating periods of off and on rain throughout the next five days, Tezos All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 and Senoia Raceway officials were left with no choice but to cancel the weekend’s two-day All Star Southern Swing opener scheduled for Friday and Saturday, February 3-4. The event will not be made up.
  2. Sights & Sounds: Peach State Classic At Senoia
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    Sights & Sounds: Peach State Classic At Senoia

    Nov 15, 2022

    Sights and sounds from an epic Castrol FloRacing Night in America Finale for the 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway.

  3. RTJ Dominates Peach State While Sheppard Takes Castrol Flo Championship

    RTJ Dominates Peach State While Sheppard Takes Castrol Flo Championship

    Nov 13, 2022

    In a cinematic version of Saturday's caution-free, 75-lap domination at Senoia Raceway, the winner might've said something clever like: "How 'bout them peaches?"But after Ricky Thornton Jr. of Chandler, Ariz., thoroughly dismantled a top-notch field in the Castrol® FloRacing Night in America finale for a $53,053 victory in the Peach State Classic, there wasn't much left to say about the story Thornton's SSI Motorsports No. 20rt told with his dazzling victory.In a 20-minute race where Thornton crossed the finish line 10 seconds ahead of his competition and lapped all but five drivers, Thornton got an unusual signal from a teammate as he motored around car after car from his pole starting spot."My crew guy's jumping up and down telling me to slow down," Thornton said, "so I knew I was pretty good."Pretty good is a $53,053 understatement as Thornton grabbed his richest victory of the season and wrapped up a $15,000 runner-up check on the second-year tour behind tour champion Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Ill., who finished 13th in the finale.Third-starting Hudson O'Neal of Martinsville, Ind., vainly chased Thornton in finishing 10.224 seconds behind while Devin Moran of Dresden, Ohio, settled for third. Ashton Winger of Hampton, Ga., improved six spots to finish fourth and last year's race winner Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., rounded out the top five.The outcome was never in doubt. Thornton built a 3.4-second lead after 10 laps, and while that margin was cut to 1.1 seconds seven laps later when he hit his biggest batch of slower cars, once Thornton cleared that traffic he built an insurmountable lead that kept him out of sight of the competition most of the rest of the way."I was really good. My crew guy kept telling me I had a good lead, but every time I'd slow down, I'd start getting loose and then really get stuck behind a lapped car," said Thornton, whose crew chief is veteran wrench Anthony Burroughs. "We tried (a suspension setup) that Burroughs wanted to do and it was really good for us."In Friday's preliminary night, when Kyle Bronson of Brandon, Fla., raced to a $20,000 victory, Thornton rallied but couldn't quite get into contention and ended up getting caught up in one wreck and spinning another time. Things went his way Saturday."With the way last night went, I felt like we could've run top-three and then we got caught in that wreck. I didn't know what I needed to do today to stay ahead of (top contender Mike) Marlar. I figured if we went out and won, we wouldn't worry about it."Down by nearly six seconds just past halfway, O'Neal knew he was running for second unless misfortune befell Thornton."He was pretty good. He was just a little bit more maneuverable than I was. I couldn't quite get the (car to) slide quite good enough down there, but we'll take a second," said O'Neal, who was making his second-to-last start with Double Down Motorsports before heading to the Rocket Chassis house car in 2023. "First time ever here and this thing raced pretty awesome. There was lapped cars everywhere and I would have never thought it went 75 green (laps). It was really cool. We had we had to good hot rod all weekend, just obviously needed to be quite a bit better to catch the 20."Moran, who fielded the JBR Motorsports car of NASCAR Cup crew chief Jeremy Bullins, rebounded from failing to make the starting lineup for Friday's 50-lapper."Major turnaround from last night," Moran said. "Man, I got into that (infield tire barrier). I tried running the very bottom off of (turn) two, and them things are pretty hard and they don't move, so I broke the bumper and jacked the left front up."Despite the damage, Moran was able to pressure O'Neal late in the race and a third-place finish helped him enjoy his Southern journey that might've been spoiled by weather except for massive efforts to dry the facility after Thursday, Friday and Saturday rain."They have a great staff, you know, from the gates to the concession stand to everywhere else. I don't get to race down in Georgia a whole lot, but man I love coming down here and hanging out with these guys," Moran said, adding that "this is the heart and soul of Dirt Late Model racing. The best Dirt Late Model racers always come out of Georgia and Tennessee."We sucked last night. We stayed up and thought about stuff and talked all morning and we just worked really hard. So I want to thank Jeremy and all these guys that he brought to the races with us. They all worked their butts off."The 2022 season has now drawn to a close for Castrol® FloRacing Night in America with Brandon Sheppard claiming the $75,000 championship. This year’s campaign saw 11 features contested with 10 different winners and 219 drivers entering at least one event.
  4. Brandon Sheppard Claims $75,000 Castrol FloRacing Night In America Championship
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    Brandon Sheppard Claims $75,000 Castrol FloRacing Night In America Championship

    Nov 13, 2022

    Brandon Sheppard captures the overall 2022 Castrol FloRacing Night in America point title, worth $75,000.

  5. Highlights | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway
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    Highlights | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway

    Nov 13, 2022

    Watch the Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach State Classic" feature highlights at Senoia Raceway from November 12, 2022 on FloRacing

  6. Full Replay | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway 11/12/22
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    Full Replay | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway 11/12/22

    Nov 13, 2022

    Watch the replay of Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach State Classic" at Senoia Raceway from November 12, 2022 on FloRacing

  7. Recap | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway
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    Recap | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway

    Nov 13, 2022

    Watch the Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach State Classic" feature recap at Senoia Raceway from November 12, 2022 on FloRacing

  8. Feature | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway
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    Feature | 2022 Peach State Classic at Senoia Raceway

    Nov 13, 2022

    Watch the Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach State Classic" feature replay at Senoia Raceway from November 12, 2022 on FloRacing

  9. Kyle Bronson Scores First Win Of Season In Peach State Opener

    Kyle Bronson Scores First Win Of Season In Peach State Opener

    Nov 12, 2022

    Senoia Raceway was the perfect place for Kyle Bronson to put an end to his year-long drought. And the Brandon, Fla., driver was quick to thank his crew, family and car owners Wayne and Shirlene Hammond after Friday's Castrol® FloRacing Night in America victory on the opening night of the Peach State Classic."I'm just glad they didn't give up on me," Bronson said. "It's been a rough year here, man."Putting the pain of a winless season behind him, the 32-year-old Bronson led all 50 laps from outside the front row, staying ahead of some feisty action behind him in grabbing a $20,000 payday and his first Castrol tour victory (last year's Peach State Classic wasn't a tour event).
  10. Highlights | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway
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    Highlights | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway

    Nov 12, 2022

    Watch the Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach Bowl" feature highlights at Senoia Raceway from November 11, 2022 on FloRacing

  11. Full Replay | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway 11/11/22
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    Full Replay | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway 11/11/22

    Nov 12, 2022

    Watch the replay of Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach Bowl" at Senoia Raceway from November 11, 2022 on FloRacing

  12. Post-Race Show | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway
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    Post-Race Show | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway

    Nov 12, 2022

    Michael Rigsby, Devin Moran and Blake Anderson break down the action from Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach Bowl" at Senoia Raceway.

  13. Recap | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway
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    Recap | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway

    Nov 12, 2022

    Watch the Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach Bowl" feature recap at Senoia Raceway from November 11, 2022 on FloRacing

  14. Feature | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway
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    Feature | 2022 Peach Bowl at Senoia Raceway

    Nov 12, 2022

    Watch the Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach Bowl" feature replay at Senoia Raceway from November 11, 2022 on FloRacing

  15. Kyle Bronson Wins Friday Night Peach Bowl, Hudson O'Neal Crashes Across Finish Line
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    Kyle Bronson Wins Friday Night Peach Bowl, Hudson O'Neal Crashes Across Finish Line

    Nov 12, 2022

    Kyle Bronson wins the Castrol FloRacing Night in America "Peach Bowl" at Senoia Raceway as Hudson O'Neal crashes across the finish line in the fifth position.