Lebanon racer Preston Young turned a slow start into a fast finish, winning three of the final four races in the Legends Series at Nashville’s Fairgrounds Speedway, including the recent season finale.
A blown motor may have cost local racer Chase Johnson a Fairgrounds Speedway championship, but he still walked away with Rookie of the Year honors after becoming the youngest race winner in the track’s 60-year history.
When you’re a race driver named Quick, you know the wisecracks are coming.
It’s not true that Lebanon racer Corey Rowland was born on a racetrack.
When Lebanon’s Brian Sevier isn’t blasting stumps he’s having a blast on the race track.
Chase Johnson, an 11-year-old sixth-grader at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy, says he knows what goes through the minds of some observers when they see him climbing into his stock car at Fairgrounds Speedway:
If the racing team of Mt. Juliet driver Joseph Meyer had a theme song, it probably would be a version of the mournful old Hee Haw melody:
Third-generation Wilson County racer Austin Brawley finished second in the final race last season at Fairgrounds Speedway, competing against a talent-laden field that included two-time Daytona 500 champion Sterling Marlin.
Young Wilson County racer William Hale is preparing for a new season, and expects to benefit from the coaching of NASCAR veteran Willie Allen.
Lebanon's Mark Noble, a second-generation race team owner, is preparing for a new season, fueled by some old-fashioned motivation:
Like lots of 10-year-old boys, Chase Johnson would like to get a hauler and race cars for Christmas.