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Magnolia's USCS “Fast Friday” presented by Carl Hogan Toyota is a literal Smorgasbord of Speed on FRIDAY, May 29th

Atlanta, GA – May 27, 2015 – The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade Magnolia Motor Speedway for  the USCS Sprint Car Speedweeek 2015 Round #4 this Friday, May 29th, The event comes during the speedway’s “Fast Friday” special event presented by Carl Hogan Toyota. The action packed racing card is a literal "Smorgasbord of Speed" featuring plenty of high speed action at one of the Mid-South's most popular venues. The race teams and race fans will be treated to a full menu of speed contests with racing in six of the area's most popular divisions. The event includes over 200 laps of racing around the 3/8 mile clay oval and includes 120 laps of Championship main events.

Racing action kicks off on Friday night at 7:30pm with a full racing program in all six divisions including the 130 plus mile per hour USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers will be competing in Round #4 (of 5) of the 10th annual USCS Sprint Car Speedweek. This will be the first-ever appearance of the USCS sprint cars at Magnolia Motor Speedway during their USCS Sprint Speedweek min-series.

11 time USCS National Sprint Car Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee and 20 year-old young-gun Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina are tied for the lead in the series National point standings event after the first six events coming into this weekend’s three USCS Sprint Speedweek events at Talladega Short Track on Thursday, Magnolia Motor Speedway on Friday and at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas on Saturday..

Morgan Turpen who is the Nation’s top-ranked female sprint car driver is in third place in the National standings just 38 points behind Gray and Riggins after finishing in the runner-up spot in 2014. Riggins has three wins in the series first six events. Gray has not yet added to his 89 USCS feature win total, in 2014, but, his finishes have been good enough to keep him at the top of the standings.

Sixteen Year-old Marco Island Rookie of the Year contender, Nicholas Snyder is in fourth place in the standings and scored a career-first win at Travelers Rest Speedway on May 8th. Past USCS regional series Champion, Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina rounds out the top five drivers in the National standings.  USCS winged sprint car drivers from seven or more states are expected for Friday’s USCS event. The race awards USCS National, Mid South Thunder Tour and Southern Thunder Tour championship points.

The USCS Sprint Speedweek 2015 Round One event on Saturday night May 23rd at Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, Mississippi was won by 2013 USCS National Champion Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas. Hagar is a multi-time  past USCS winner at “The MAG”. Hagar defeated a stellar 33 car field from 11 state in Round Ones. Hagar who recorded his 30th career USCS win at Jackson Motor Speedway is entered for Friday’s event. Also entered is multi-time Magnolia Motor Speedway USCS feature winner and 2012 USCS National Champion, Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas. Crawley has 71 USCS feature wins on his resume.

The USCS Sprint Speedweek Round Two event at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi on Sunday night was rained out at 5:30 pm.

The second USCS racing division on the action-packed racing card is the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints. Drivers for that division are expected from four states for Friday’s event.  Local favorites , Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi, who was the 2011 and 2012 National Champion in the division and team-mate Curt Schumacher top the entry list for the USCS 600 sprints.     

In Addition to the two USCS open wheel classes, all four of the speedway’s weekly racing divisions are on the racing card. Those include the popular 800 horsepower, ground pounding Super Late Models plus the Nesmith Dirt Late Model, Nesmith Street Stock and new Factory Stock divisions . All four are scheduled for a full racing program in each division during the USCS “Fast Friday” presented by Carl Hogan Toyota night of racing.

Grandstand adult admission is $20 Magnolia Motor Speedway is located just West of Columbus, Mississippi at the junction of US Highway 82 and US Highway 45 South. For more info and for directions to Magnolia Motor Speedway please visit or call 662-240-3478 (or 662-574-2572). For info on the United Sprint Car Series, K&N Filters  or USCS 600 Sprint Car Series please visit or call 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097.

Magnolia Motor Speedway Welcomes Courtyard Marriott as Clash at the Mag Host Hotel

Columbus, Mississippi (05/25/15) – Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi is pleased to announce that the new Courtyard Hotel by Marriott in town is the host hotel for the Clash at the Mag, which will be held June 11th-13th with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS).

Racers and fans can book by June 5th to get a special rate of $89 per night. To take advantage of this great offer, please Click Here.

For more information call Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572 or the Track at 662-240-3478.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Invasion at Magnolia Rapidly Approaching

Columbus, Mississippi (05/11/15) Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi is eagerly preparing for The Columbus Convention and Visitor's Bureau Clash at the MAG on June 11th-13th, 2015, which will see the stars and cars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) competitors attempting to tame the "Black Ice" in pursuit of a $20,000-to-win top prize and a total purse in excess of $85,000 plus, as the MAV TV cameras tape all of the action for a future airing.

The action opens on Thursday, June 11th with an Open Practice Session for all divisions from 7pm to 10pm. Grandstand admission is free and pit admission is $20.  Three day pit passes are ONLY are $85 for adults and $55 for kids (6-10 years of age).

On Friday, June 12th the event kicks into high gear as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will host time trials and heat race action. In addition, The MSSS Street Stocks will battle in heats races, while the NeSmith Dirt Late Models will battle in an $800-to-win/$50-to-start race event with it being a weekly point’s race. Drivers Meeting is at 7pm SHARP with racing action starting at 8pm on Friday.

Saturday night, June 13th will see the LOLMDS Super Late Models contesting b-main action as well as the 100 lap, main event, which will be taped by the MAV TV cameras for a future broadcast. MSSS Street Stocks will compete in a $1,500-to-win/$150-to-start event, while the NeSmith Dirt Late Models will battle for $1,000-to-win/$75-to-start with it being a weekly racing series point’s race, and Factory Stocks will battle for $300-to-win/$50-to-start with it being a weekly racing series point race. Drivers Meeting is at 6:30pm SHARP with racing action starting at 7:30pm on Saturday.

On Friday night grandstand admission is $25 for adults with Kids (6-10 years-of-age) $5, and Kids 5 & under free. A two day grandstand pass is ONLY $50. Saturday night grandstand admission is $30 for adults, with Kids (ages 6-10) $5, and kids 5 & under free. 

Friday night pit admission is $35 for adults with Kids (6-10 years of age) $25, and kids 5 & under free. Saturday night pit admission is $40 for adults with kids (6-10 years of age) $30, and kids 5 & under free.

Trackside parking is an additional $30 per parking spot (Does Not Included Admission Pass). Call TODAY to reserve your spot at 662-386-9191. (NOTE THERE WILL BE BANNERS AROUND FENCE)

For more information call Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572 or the track at 662-240-3478 and visit the track's website at


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May 9th, 2015

Black Ice Tamed by Bub McCool in CCSDS Competition

Columbus, Mississippi (05/09/15) – For the second-straight night the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil competed in a challenge event against the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) in the Magnolia State. While the venue changed, the winner did not as Vicksburg, Mississippi’s Bub McCool snared top honors in the $2,500-to-win affair.

Saturday’s action was contested at the state-of-the-art, Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi), where a stout field of forty-seven competitors entered the event.

While Fulton, Mississippi’s Eric Cooley earned the New Vision Graphics Pole Award via preliminary action, it was fellow-front-row starter, Billy Moyer, who jumped to the lead at the drop of the green flag. Moyer paced the field until lap 7, when McCool capitalized on lap traffic to seize control of the top spot. Moyer fell to second with Chad Thrash, Timothy Culp and Jimmy Cliburn in close pursuit.

The next several laps allowed McCool to stretch his advantage. However, as the race approached its midway point, the field again endured lapped traffic, which saw Moyer narrow the gap. Lap 21 found Moyer catapulting back into the top spot, and he would lead the next two laps before McCool regained control for good on lap 23.

The event’s sole caution flew on lap 24, when Brian Rickman rolled to a stop. At the time of the caution McCool led over Moyer, Thrash, Dane Dacus, Chad Thrash, and Rick Rickman.

As the green flew again McCool was able to motor away from the pack en route to the weekend sweep aboard his RBT Motorsports #57J Club 29/Jay Dickens Super Late Model. The victory was the fourth of his career with the CCSDS.

“I always love coming to Magnolia, but this place has a history of giving me fits,” noted McCool. “Tonight though the car was awesome. I have to thank my car owner, Randy Thompson, along with my crew, fans, and sponsors for their great support.”
Billy Moyer paced the field in qualifying with a 13.379 second lap around the 3/8 mile oval.

Eric Cooley won GRT Race Cars Heat Race #1 with Billy Moyer winning Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2. Eric HIckerson raced to victory in Hoosier Tire Heat Race #3, while won Bub McCool Lucas Oil Heat Race #4.

The Boston’s Sports Bar and Restaurants B-Mains were topped by Clay Fisher and Chad McCool.

The Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger Award went to Clay Fisher for advancing twelve spots from his 18th starting position. Allen Murray was the recipient of the Wilwood Tough Break of the Race Award for falling victim to a melee in his heat race, while in a transfer spot, and then seeing an engine expire, while running in a transfer spot in the b-main.

The CCSDS competitors will now enjoy the rest of May free from racing action. Next on tap will be the 5th Annual Rockabilly 45 at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas), which will be held June 5th-6th. Friday night’s program will be highlighted by a $1,500-to-win/$200-to-start feature, while Saturday will include a $3,000-to-win/$300-to-start feature. For more information on the facility, please visit .

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is sponsored by and would like to thank all of their sponsors including- COMP Cams, Lucas Oil, Hoosier Tire South, Kuntz and Co. Racing Engines, New Vision Graphics, GRT Race Cars, Larry Shaw Race Cars, Wilwood, Allen Manufacturing, Boston's Sports Bar and Restaurant, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Woodco, Mark Martin Automotive Group, Mid-State Golf Cars, Henryetta Ford, M&M Paint and Construction, Ronald Surrett Contracting, Tommy Surrett Trucking, Beach Veterinary Services, MSR Mafia Marketing, Sampson Racing Communications, AR Bodies, Schoenfeld Headers, and Keyser Manufacturing.

For the latest information on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil, please visit .

COMP Cams Super Dirt Series – May 8th, 2015
Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi)

Feature Results
1) Bub McCool (Vicksburg, Mississippi)
2) Billy Moyer (Batesville, Arkansas)
3) Dane Dacus (Lakeland, Tennessee)
4) Chad Thrash (Meridian, Mississippi)
5) Rick Rickman (Columbus, Mississippi)
6) Clay Fisher (Dewitt, Arkansas)
7) Neil Baggett (Shannon, Mississippi)
8) Jimmy Cliburn (Star, Mississippi)
9) Eric Cooley (Fulton, Mississippi)
10) Timothy Culp (West Monroe, Louisiana)
11) Shannon Scott (Henryetta, Oklahoma)
12) Chandler Petty (Cabot, Arkansas)
13) Kyle Beard (Trumann, Arkansas)
14) Chad McCool (Columbus, Mississippi)
15) Leon Henderson (Laurel, Mississippi)
16) Scott Abraham (Edwards , Mississippi)
17) Wendell Wallace (Batesville, Arkansas)
18) Brian Rickman (Columbus, Mississippi)
19) Eric Hickerson (Linden, Tennessee)
20) Tommy Surrett (North Little Rock, Arkansas)
21) Jack Sullivan (Greenbrier, Arkansas)
22) Robert Baker (Bryant, Arkansas)
23) Scott Dedwylder (Vossburg, Mississippi)
24) Ross Camponovo (Clarksdale, Mississippi)

DNS: Austin Arnold, Allen Murray, Brent Barrett, Jason Cliburn, Kyle Cummings, Billy Moyer Jr., Jeremy Broadus, Jamie Elam, Clint Logan, Phillip Gibson, Jimmy Anderson, Howard Means, Jamie Tollison, David Payne, Billy Moyer Jr., Hunter Rasdon, Roman Ponds, Mark Dotson, Jason Brock, Brandon Smith, Garrett Alberson, Brett White, Casey FIndley

Entries: 47
Group A Top Qualifier: Billy Moyer Jr. (13.557 seconds)
Group B Top Qualifier (and Overall): Billy Moyer (13.379 seconds)
GRT Race Cars Heat Race #1 Winner: Eric Cooley
Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2 Winner: Billy Moyer
Hoosier Tire South Heat Race #3 Winner: Eric Hickerson
Lucas Oil Heat Race #4 Winner: Bub McCool
Boston's Sports Bar & Restaurant B-Main Winners: Chad McCool, Clay Fisher
New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter: Eric Cooley
Wilwood Tough Brake of the Race Award: Allen Murray
Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger: Clay Fisher (18th-6th)
COMP Cams Top Performer: Bub McCool
Leaders: Billy Moyer (1-6, 21-22), Bub McCool (7-20, 23-40)
Cautions: 1
Red Flag: 0

Magnolia Motor Speedway 2015 Prelim Schedule Released

Columbus, Mississippi (12/18/14) - The preliminary 2015 schedule for Magnolia Motor Speedway has been added to the Schedule page. More dates and details will be added in the coming weeks.

Magnolia Motor Speedway to No Longer Run Mini Stocks

Columbus, Mississippi (12/17/14) - Magnolia Motor Speedway will no longer run Mini Stocks.  Due to low car counts and with the class not growing, the facility will no longer run the class.  Out of 12 races scheduled at the track in 2014, two drivers ran ten events and one driver ran nine races, which represented the top three drivers in points. Magnolia Motor Speedway regrets cutting the class, but it was deemed that the division was given plenty of time to grow. The track is now offering a much more affordable Factory Stock Class.  Magnolia Motor Speedway would like to thank all the Mini Stock drivers that participated in the 2014 racing season.

Factory Stock Division Created at Magnolia for 2015

Columbus, Mississippi (11/26/14) - Magnolia Motor Speedway is excited to announce the launch of the brand-new, Factory Stock class. Rules are now posted for the division and the class will be run at Magnolia Motor Speedway, Jackson Motor Speedway, and Whynot Motorsports Park. This division is designed to be a cheaper stock class for new racers at affordable price.

Any questions about the new class can be answered by Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572.


PLUS Weekly Racing Series Event

Friday, May 29th, 2015