2020 Schedule

Is finally happening


Racing Schedule

In the 2020 race season Clay has moved into the Super Late Model class. Running with the Schaeffer’s Southern Nationals Series, and other local/regional Super races. The previous year Clay raced in the American Crate All-Star Series. And many other local & regional tracks on off weekends.

Schedule is TBD as of right now with the change to the super late models.

*Races could be added/removed throughout the season without notice.

*All fixed schedules or series schedules are subject to change without notice.


The Tracks

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411 Motor Speedway

The 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee, was founded in April 1960. The 2020 season marks the 60th Anniversary of “Tennessee’s Action Track!”

Tazewell Speedway

Tazewell Speedway is a 1/3-mile, high banked dirt track located near the Tennessee-Kentucky border. The action is intense, unlike any other racetrack in the country.

Smoky Mountain Speedway

Smoky Mountain Speedway is over 40 years old and began as a clay oval but somewhat larger. Although not banked as high as Bristol, it was about the same length. Use to be a home to NASCAR! Its a 4/10 mile dirt oval track. They host 12-14 Special Events each year from NDRL, Lucas Oil LM Dirt, World of Outlaws, Ray Cook’s Spring Series and Southern Nationals, Southern All Stars, Southern Regional Racing Series (SRRS), Ultimate, USCS Sprints.

Smoky Mountain Speedway

You’re in store for the ride of your life as you blaze around the high-banked (32 degrees), 4/10-mile speed plant on a 12-second …120 mph average speed lap.

Wartburg Speedway

Wartburg Speedway is a 1/4-mile dirt track nestled in the mountains in Morgan County just outside of Wartburg, Tennessee. Racing has taken place since the 1960’s at Wartburg Speedway. In recent years, the track and facilities have seen upgrades for a better fan and racer experience. In 2010, Wartburg Speedway hosted its largest event when the World of Outlaws Late Model Series visited for the first time.

Crossville Speedway

Crossville Speedway is a 1/3-mile, high banked dirt oval located to the northwest of downtown Crossville, Tennessee. Racing action takes place every Friday night unless specified otherwise due to rain out or a special event scheduled for another night.