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Schedule, track-by-track capsules for Speedweeks

January 19, 2021, 2:27 pm
By Robert Holman
DirtonDirt.com weekend editor

The 2021 Georgia-Florida Speedweeks race-by-race schedule for Super Late Model events at six dirt tracks, one in Georgia and five in Florida. Action began Jan. 15 and runs through Feb. 13 at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Fla.; All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Fla.; East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Fla.; Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Fla.; North Florida Speedway in Lake City; and Screven Motor Speedway in Sylvania, Ga. (complete Speedweeks coverage):

2021 Georgia-Florida Speedweeks schedule

Date, sanction, track/location, winning purse

• Jan. 14, WoO, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $10,000 (Kyle Bronson)
• Jan. 15, WoO, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $10,000 (rained out)
• Jan. 16, WoO, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $10,000 (Kyle Strickler)
• Jan. 22, Lucas Oil, All-Tech Raceway, Ellisville, Fla., $12,000
• Jan. 23, Lucas Oil, All-Tech Raceway, Ellisville, Fla., $15,000
• Jan. 25, Lucas Oil, East Bay Raceway Park, Gibsonton, Fla., $5,000
• Jan. 26, Lucas Oil, East Bay Raceway Park, Gibsonton, Fla., $5,000
• Jan. 27, Lucas Oil, East Bay Raceway Park, Gibsonton, Fla., $7,000
• Jan. 28, Lucas Oil, East Bay Raceway Park, Gibsonton, Fla., $7,000
• Jan. 29, Lucas Oil, East Bay Raceway Park, Gibsonton, Fla., $12,000
• Jan. 30, Lucas Oil, East Bay Raceway Park, Gibsonton, Fla., $15,000
• Feb. 1, Lucas Oil, Bubba Raceway Park, Ocala, Fla., $10,000
• Feb. 2, Lucas Oil, Bubba Raceway Park, Ocala, Fla., $10,000
• Feb. 5, Iron-Man, North Florida Speedway, Lake City, Fla., $8,000
• Feb. 5, Southern All Stars, Screven Motor Speedway, Sylvania, Ga., $7,500
• Feb. 6, Iron-Man, North Florida Speedway, Lake City, Fla., $10,000
• Feb. 6, Ultimate SE, Screven Motor Speedway, Sylvania, Ga., $10,000
• Feb. 8, DIRTcar, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $7,000
• Feb. 9, DIRTcar, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $7,000
• Feb. 10, WoO, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $10,000
• Feb. 11, WoO, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $10,000
• Feb. 12, WoO, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $10,000
• Feb. 13, WoO, Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Fla., $10,000

 

The six tracks hosting Super Late Model events during Georgia-Florida Speedweeks:

All-Tech Raceway

Event: General Tire Winter Nationals

Location: Ellisville, Fla. (2 miles southwest of Ellisville on SW Howell Road)

Date: Jan. 22-23 (Friday-Saturday)

Configuration: Half-mile clay tri-oval

Super Late Model sanction: Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Schedule: Pit gates open at 2 p.m.; grandstand gate opens at 3 p.m. each day with drivers’ meeting at 5 p.m., hot laps at 5:30 p.m. followed by time trials and then racing at 7:10 p.m. Complete program with heat races, consolation races and main event.

Tickets: $40 general admission; pit passes $45.

More information: alltechraceway.com or (386) 754-7223

Notes: The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series heads to All-Tech Raceway for the second time in series history. … Originally a dirt track called Columbia County Speedway before being paved in the late-’80s, the original speedway hosted four Late Model Speedweeks events in the early ’80s, producing three different winners. … Freddy Smith (’80), Pete Parker (’82) and Larry Moore (’81 and ‘84) are former Speedweeks winners at the old Columbia County Speedway. … Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., won last year’s Lucas Oil Series stop at All-Tech. … All-Tech’s Winter Nationals includes a practice session on Thursday, Feb. 21 from 6-9 p.m.

Jan. 22 purse: (1) $12,000, 2) $5,500, (3) $3,500, (4) $2,750, (5) $2,250, (6) $1,800, (7) $1,500, (8) $1,300, (9) $1,200, (10) $1,100, (11) $1,075, (12) $1,050, (13) $1,025, (14-24) $1,000.

Jan. 23 purse: (1) $15,000, (2) $6,500, (3) $3,500, (4) $3,000, (5) $2,500, (6) $1,900, (7) $1,700, (8) $1,600, (9) $1,550, (10) $1,500, (11) $1,450, (12) $1,400, (13) $1,350, (14) $1,300, (15) $1,200, (16) $1,100, (17-24) $1,000.

East Bay Raceway Park

Event: 45th annual Winternationals

Location: Gibsonton, Fla. (south of Tampa just east of U.S. 41 on Burts Road)

Dates: Jan. 25-30 (Monday-Saturday)

Configuration: Third-mile loam clay oval

Super Late Model sanction: Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Other divisions: None

Schedule: After 6-9 p.m. practice on Jan. 24, complete programs the following six nights with the drivers’ meeting at 5 p.m., hot laps at 5:30 p.m. Time trials, heat races, consolation races, Strawberry Dash and features each night.

Tickets: $210 for six-day pass, a $10 savings; $35 general admission (Jan. 25-28) and $40 (Jan. 29-30); children 12-and-under free with paying adult; pit passes are $40 (Jan. 25-28) and $45 (Jan. 29-30).

More information: www.ebrp.co or call (877) 457-5611.

Notes: Super Late Models are just part of the Winternationals that stretch from Jan. 18-Feb. 20 with a variety of dirt racing divisions at the track nicknamed The Clay by the Bay. … Billy Moyer is the all-time winningest Winternationals driver with 27 victories, leading Don O’Neal (14) and Steve Francis (11). There’s a jumble after those three drivers, however, as Scott Bloomquist (8) is fourth overall with Jonathan Davenport and Josh Richards (7 each) tied for fifth. Jimmy Mars, Brandon Sheppard and Dennis Erb Jr., are tied in seventh with six wins apiece. … Sheppard (three wins), Devin Moran, Tim McCreadie and Mason Zeigler grabbed victories last season. … Lucas Oil practice is scheduled for Jan. 24. … Camping available for $20 per day. … All six of East Bay’s Super Late Model races will be aired on Lucas Oil Racing TV for annual subscribers.

Jan. 25-26 purses: (1) $5,000, (2) $3,000 3) $2,000, (4) $1,500, (5) $1,000, (6) $800, (7) $750, (8) $700, (9) $650, (10) $600, (11) $550, (12-24) $500.

Jan. 27-28 purses: (1) $7,000, (2) $3,500, (3) $2,000, (4) $1,500, (5) $1,400, (6) $1,300, (7) $1,200, (8) $1,100, (9) $1,000, (10) $950, (11) $900, (12) $850, (13) $800, (14) $750, (15) $725, (16-18) $700, (19) $650, (20-21) $625, (22-24) $600.

Jan. 29 purse: (1) $12,000, (2) $5,500, (3) $3,500, (4) $2,750, (5) $2,250, (6) $1,800, (7) $1,500, (8) $1,300, (9) $1,200, (10) $1,100, (11) $1,075, (12) $1,050, (13) $1,025, (14-24) $1,000.

Jan. 30 purse: (1) $15,000, (2) $6,500, (3) $3,500, (4) $3,000, (5) $2,500, (6) $1,900, (7) $1,700, (8) $1,600, (9) $1,550, (10) $1,500, (11) $1,450, (12) $1,400, (13) $1,350, (14) $1,300, (15) $1,200, (16) $1,100, (17) $1,000, (18) $1,000, (19) $1,000, (20) $1,000, (21) $1,000, (22) $1,000, (23) $1,000, (24) $1,000.

Bubba Raceway Park

Event: K&N Filters Winter Nationals

Location: Ocala, Fla. (6 miles north of Ocala on CR-25A)

Date: Feb. 1-2 (Monday-Tuesday)

Configuration: 3/8-mile clay tri-oval

Super Late Model sanction: Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Other divisions: None

Schedule: Pit gates open at 3 p.m.; grandstand gate opens at 5 p.m. each day with hot laps at 6 p.m. followed by time trials and then racing at 7:10 p.m. Complete program with heat races, consolation races and main event.

Tickets: $40 for adults, children 11 and under admitted free; pit passes $45.

More information: bubbaracewaypark.com or (352) 622-9400.

Notes: Bubba Raceway Park hosts a pair of Georgia-Florida Speedweeks Super Late Model events for the first time since 2018. … While Ocala’s speedweeks action includes two days of Lucas Oil Late Model Series action, the track hosts racing from Jan. 27-Feb. 13 for a variety of other divisions, including USAC sprint cars, modifieds, big block modifieds, 602 Sportsman, USAC midgets and modlites. … Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., won the last speedweeks feature at Bubba on Feb. 11 2018. … Bubba Raceway Park hosted 15 Speedweeks events from 2011-18. … Since 2011, Darrell Lanigan has four February wins at Bubba Raceway Park in 14 contested events. Josh Richards has three and Brandon Sheppard two. Other winners include Don O’Neal, Rick Eckert, Brady Smith and Frank Heckenast Jr. … The track co-owned by Bubba Clem, the famed Florida shock jock, switched to Lucas Oil Series sanctioning for the 2016 Bubba Army Winter Nationals after four years hosting World of Outlaws events. … The track’s odd shape is tricky, especially for newcomers, with a sweeping curvature from turns one through three before a tight turn-four exit.

Feb. 1-2 purse: (1) $10,000, (2) $5,500, (3) $3,500, (4) $2,750, (5) $2,250, (6) $1,800, (7) $1,500, (8) $1,300, (9) $1,200, (10) $1,100, (11) $1,075, (12) $1,050, (13) $1,025, (14) $1,000, (15) $950, (16) $925, (17) $900, (18) $875, (19) $850, (20) $825, (21-24) $800.

North Florida Speedway

Event: Florida Frostbuster

Location: Lake City, Fla. (just east of 41-441 on Race Track Lane)

Dates: Feb. 5-6 (Friday-Saturday)

Configuration: 4/10-mile dirt oval

Super Late Model sanction: Valvoline Iron-Man

Other divisions: C-class Late Models (Jan. 29); UMP modifieds (Jan. 29-31); box stocks (Jan. 29-31); pure stocks (Jan. 30); Florida Late Models (Jan. 30-31); GRIT 602 Center Modifieds (Feb. 4-6); mini-mods (Feb. 4-6); street stocks (Feb. 5-6).

Schedule: On the final two of six days of racing, Super Late Models run a complete program each day with pits opening at 2 p.m. and grandstands at 5 p.m. Hot laps are scheduled for 6:30 p.m.

Tickets: Feb. 5-6 tickets are $25 adult general admission, $20 for seniors, veterans and children 6-12, and $5 for children 5 and under; pit passes are $40, children 10 and under admitted free.

More information: northfloridaspeedway.com or call (386) 754-8800.

Notes: Brad McCown is promoting the Super Late Model action at the track owned and operated by Phil and Elizabeth Guadagno. … North Florida is hosting a Super Late Model event during Speedweeks for the sixth time in nine years. Three events (2016, ’18-’19) were rained out. … Mark Whitener of Middleburg, Fla., won last year’s DIRTcar-sanctioned race. … Formerly Lake City Speedway, the track hosted Speedweeks events in the late ’80s and early ’90s, with the last event prior to 2013 held in 1998. … Winners during the 1987-1998 era include Mike Duvall (three times), Jack Boggs, Bob Pierce, Ed Gibbons, H.E. Vineyard, Eddie Carrier, Wayne Brooks, Buddy Morris, Wade Knowles, Leslie Essary and Greg Skinner. … Modern era winners include Whitener (’15 and ’20); Tyler Erb of New Waverly, Texas (2017); and Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., (’13-‘14). … An open practice is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 4 along with a full program for 602 modifieds and mini-mods. … The track’s first event was held in 1955. … North Florida will host its UMP Nationals featuring modifieds from Jan. 29-31. Late Models following Florida Late Model Challenge Series rules will be on the card on Jan. 30-31.

Feb. 5 purse: (1) $8,000, (2) $4,000, (3) $2,000, (4) $1,500, (5) $1,000, (6) $800, (7) $700, (8) $600, (9) $550, (10) $525, (11-24) $500.

Feb. 6 purse: (1) $10,000, (2) $5,000, (3) $2,500, (4) $1,700, (5) $1,200, (6) $1,000, (7) $800, (8) $700, (9) $600, (10) $550, (11-24) $500.

Screven Motor Speedway

Event: Winter Freeze XI

Location: Sylvania, Ga. (6 miles south of Sylvania on State Route 21)

Dates: Feb. 5-6 (Friday-Saturday)

Configuration: 3/8-mile clay oval

Super Late Model sanction: Southern All Stars (Friday) and Ultimate Southeast (Saturday)

Other divisions: Sprints, Crate Late Models, 602 Late Models, SCDRA-sanctioned FWDs, modifieds, street stocks and road warriors.

Schedule (tentative): After a Feb. 4 open practice from 6:30-10:30 p.m., Friday’s gates open at 3 p.m. with drivers’ meeting at 6:15 p.m.; gates open at 9 a.m. Saturday with drivers’ meeting at noon; complete programs including time trials, heats, consolations and feature events on Friday and Saturday.

Tickets: $20 pit pass on Thursday; $30 general admission on Friday and Saturday with children 12 and under free; Pit passes are $40 Friday and Saturday with children 7-12 $20 and children 6-and-under free.

More information: screven-motorsports.com or call (864) 871-1442.

Notes: Watch all the action live on FloRacing. ... The track is celebrating its 25th season. ... Friday’s opener will be the 15th Georgia-Florida Speedweeks event Screven has hosted over a nine-season span. … Last year’s two features, swept by Brandon Overton of Evans, Ga., marked just the second time Screven’s Winter Freeze was unsanctioned. … Eleven of the previous 12 events were sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series sanctioned 11 of the first 12 events. … Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga., leads all drivers with four Georgia-Florida Speedweeks wins at Screven. … Overton has three wins, while Rick Eckert of York, Pa., and Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., have two wins apiece. … An open practice is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 4. … Come to the track hungry. Promoter Redd Griffin’s concession stand is more of a banquet hall with a wide variety of country cooking plates for sale. … The Sport Compact Dirt Racing Series will compete for a hefty $17,000-to-win purse with front-wheel drive competitors expected from all over the country for a 100-lap feature. … Winter Freeze kicks off Jan. 29 with the 602 Bandit Series, ASCoC sprints, modifieds, road warriors and an SCDRA tune up.

Feb. 5 purse: (1) $7,500, (2) $4,000, (3) $2,000, (4) $1,500, (5) $1,250, (6) $1,000, (7) $900, (8) $800, (9) $700, (10) $600, (11) $500, (12) $475, (13) $450, (14) $440, (15) $430, (16) $420, (17) $410, (18-24) $400.

Feb. 6 purse: (1) $10,000, (2) $5000, (3) $3,000, (4) $2,000, (5) $1,500, (6) $1,300, (7) $1,200, (8) $1,100, (9) $850, (10) $800, (11) $750, (12) $700, (13) $650, (14) $600, (15) $550, (16-24) $500.

Volusia Speedway Park

Event: 50th annual DIRTcar Nationals

Location: Barberville, Fla. (15 miles west of I-95 on State Route 40)

Dates: Feb. 8-13 (Monday-Saturday)

Configuration: Half-mile D-shaped clay oval

Super Late Model sanction: DIRTcar Feb. (8-9) and World of Outlaws Late Model Series (Feb. 10-13)

Other divisions: UMP modifieds (Feb. 3-8), All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars (Feb. 3-4), World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars (5-7), Super DIRTcar Series big-block modifieds (Feb. 9-13)

Schedule: Complete programs for all divisions each night. DIRTcar programs include group time trials, six heats (three transfer), consolation races (two transfer) and main event (heat winners redraw for starting spot). WoO programs include time trials, heats (if four heats the top four transfer; if six heats the top three transfer) consolations and main event (redraw for starting spots). Pit gates open for team entry at 10 a.m. Pit pass sales begin at noon. Pit area secured and pit passes required at 3 p.m. Grandstands and fan pit pass gate opens at 5 p.m. daily with hot laps at 5:30 p.m. followed by qualifying; racing begins at 7 p.m.

Tickets: $35 general admission, $40 reserved and $45 premium reserved (Monday-Tuesday), $39 general admission, $45 reserved and $49 premium reserved (Wednesday-Saturday). Tickets are $3 more day of show. Adult three-day passes are $100 general admission, $109 reserved and $119 premium for Monday-Wednesday or $100 general admission, $119 reserved and $129 premium reserved for Thursday-Saturday. Four-day package (Wednesday-Saturday) is $139 general admission, $159 reserved and $169 premium reserved. General admission tickets are free for children 14-and-under, while reserved seats for children 14-and-under range from $18-20. Daily pit passes are $35 for DIRTcar members, $40 for non-members. Three-day package prices are available. Online purchase is available.

More information: dirtcarnationals.com or call (704) 795-7223 or (386) 985-4402.

Notes: While Volusia hosts its traditional February DIRTcar Nationals featuring two nights of DIRTcar-sanctioned action and four nights of World of Outlaws Late Models action, the track actually got a jumpstart on speedweeks with its Sunshine Nationals Jan. 14-16. One of the three Sunshine Nationals nights was rained out, leaving Kyle Bronson and Kyle Strickler as early 2021 Volusia winners. … When the WoO returns Feb. 10, Strickler will be atop the series standings. … The DIRTcar Nationals get rolling Feb. 4 with UMP DIRTcar modifieds and a practice for sprint cars. DIRTcar modifieds, along with All-Star Sprints and the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series precede the arrival of Late Models. … It’s the track’s 53rd season. … Brandon Sheppard and Tim McCreadie split last year’s two DIRTcar-sanctioned features and Sheppard won Wednesday’s WoO main event before Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., won the final three WoO races. … Billy Moyer is the all-time winningest DIRTcar Nationals winner with 19 career victories, with Scott Bloomquist a distant second with 12. Josh Richards has 10 DIRTcar Nationals wins and four drivers — Wayne Shugart of St. Augustine, Fla., Jack Boggs of Grayson, Ky., Don O’Neal, Martinsville, Ind., and Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Ill. — have eight wins apiece.

Feb. 8-9 purses: (1) $7,000; (2) $3,500; (3) $2,000; (4) $1,500; (5) $1,200; (6) $1,000; (7) $900; (8) $800; (9) $700; (10) $600; (11-24) $500.

Feb. 10-13 purses: (1) $10,000, (2) $6,000, (3) $3,500, (4) $2,800, (5) $2,500, (6) $2,300, (7) $2,200, (8) $2,100, (9) $2,050, (10) $2,000, (11) $1,600, (12) $1,400, (13) $1,200, (14) $1,100, (15) $1,050, (16-24) $1,000.

 
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