Boyd's Speedway Resumes Saturday Night After A Month Of Non-Racing

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Racing picks up after four weeks of non-racing action at the Tennessee/Georgia state-line dirt oval, this Saturday night according to the tracks official website.

Super/Limited Late Models top the card Saturday night starting at 7 p.m.

Tullahoma, Tn.'s Justin Litchford (and the LitchMob) lead the 2019 Track Championship points with three wins out of the seven races so far this season. Ethan Hunter of nearby Harrison also leads the Crate LM points standings with the same winning statistics of the season.

Racers such as Cory Hedgecock, Riley Hickman, Robby Mason, Brian Pritchard, Brandon Williams and current United Championship Racing Alliance - UCRA points leader Jesse Lowe have all picked up victories this season at Boyd's.

Grandstand admission is $12 with Pit Admission $30. Gates open Saturday at 4 p.m.

BoydsSpeedway.net is the website to get further information. The track is just off Highway 41 on Scruggs Road, on the outskirts of East Ridge/Chattanooga, Exit #1 of I-75. 


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