Two final races took place Monday night to wrap up the Labor Day weekend quadruple days of racing around the Tennessee/Georgia/Alabama region. Chattanooga's Booger Brooks got his second win of the weekend at 411 Motor Speedway near Gatlinburg in the 602/Sportsman division.
Brooks again piloted Seth Wimpey of Blue Ridge's #24 Savage race car. Jason Welshan a multi track champion and the muscle of Competition Racing Equipment crewed the winner. I
n Brasstown, N.C. the leader of the "Murphy Mafia" coach David Payne (# 8) took the "Labor Day Championship" Super Late Model feature Monday at Ray Cook's Tricounty Racetrack.
September rolls on with racing action beginning Friday night with the Crossville Speedway on the Cumberland Plateau. The national racing spotlight including Tennessean Jimmy Owens, Chickamauga's Dale McDowell, Georgian Brandon Overton and 50 something other top Super Late Model will converge on Ohio's Eldora Speedway for Tony Stewart's Intercontinental Classic beginning Thursday worth a possible $70,000 to one racer over the course of three nights.