Mike Head, Jr. Memorial & fireworks July 1st at Senoia

Saturday, July 1, 2017 FIREWORKS!  FIREWORKS!  FIREWORKS! presented by Turkey Creek Snacks The Mike Head, Jr. Memorial Race with the Southern All-Stars Dirt Late Models! $5054 to win Super Late Models! Limited Late Models, Crate Late Models, Late Model Sportsman (formerly B Cadet), Hobby Stock, Mini Stock, Bomber and Hot Shots! Pits open at 4pm (maybe a little earlier); Grandstands at 5pm;... Read More

FINAL TUNE-UP FOR SHOWDOWN AT SENOIA RACEWAY COMPLETE

Senoia Raceway’s October racing schedule came to a conclusion with four new winners and a growing anticipation for the inaugural ‘Showdown at Senoia’ Nov. 10-12.  Douglasville’s Bruce Tidwell made his first trip to victory lane winning the Bomber feature.  He was joined by fellow first timer Matthew Knight of Villa Rica who won the B Cadet race.  John Holcomb of... Read More

ARMISTEADS CELEBRATE FATHERS DAY WEEKEND WITH A FATHER SON SWEEP AT SENOIA RACEWAY

Joe Armistead, Jr. and his son Joey Armistead celebrated Father’s Day one evening early as the father/son duo clean swept their respective divisions racing action at Senoia Raceway.  Armistead, Jr. nabbed a victory in the Super Late Model division while his seventeen-year-old son won the Limited Late Model feature.  It was the second time this season the Senoia racing family has won... Read More

SMITH MAKES IT FOUR IN A ROW; HORTON TWO STRAIGHT AT SENOIA

Story courtesy of Senoia Raceway/Photos by Francis Hauke: Clint ‘Cat Daddy’ Smith continued his unbeaten streak in the Super Late Model division at Senoia Raceway Saturday night.  The four-time Southern All-Star Series champion won for a fourth time in four starts besting fellow Senoia driver Joe Armistead, Jr. for the checkered flag. Grantville’s Austin Horton began his own streak as he won... Read More

MINIX WINS BOMBER – MOTHER NATURE WINS NIGHT AT SENOIA RACEWAY

Senoia Raceway returned to racing action on Saturday night, March 21, but only completed one feature race before mother nature opened her skies and rained out the remaining scheduled race events.  Senoia’s Winford Minix was the night’s only victor as he outlasted his fellow competitors in the Bomber division main. Minix inherited the lead on lap 17 after the third different... Read More