WALTER BALL MEMORIAL SCHEDULED AT THE GAP!
(May 1, 2016) Volunteer Speedway will honor one of East Tennessee’s true racing legends on Friday, May 6 with running of the fifth annual Walter Ball Memorial. “Fast Friday @ The Gap” will feature Steel Head Late Model (30 laps … $1,200-to-win), Sportsman Late Model (25 laps … $800-to-win), and Modified Street (20 laps … $500-to-win) racing action.

The pit gate will open Friday, May 6 at 5 p.m. and the grandstand gate opens at 6 p.m. The drivers’ meeting will be held in the backside pits at 7 p.m., with hot laps tentatively scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m., to be followed by qualifying and then green flag racing beginning around 8:45 p.m. More information can be found at www.volunteerspeedway.com.

VIC HILL COMPETES IN SPRING THAW AT THE GAP
(April 17, 2016) The #1 team was in the pit area over the April 15-16 weekend at the nearby Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee, as the Old Man's Garage Spring Nationals tour sanctioned the annual running of the 'Spring Thaw.' On Friday night in the $4,000 to win opener, Vic Hill qualified second quickest in Group A during time trials and later started third on the grid in the 40-lap main event. Vic then got shuffled back during the headliner and eventually wound up fourteenth in the final finishing order.

At "The Gap" on Saturday evening, a $10,000 top prize was on the line in the 'Spring Thaw' finale. Vic timed in third fastest in Group A during qualifying before finishing sixth in both his heat race and his B-Main. After receiving a track provisional to gain access into the 60-lap feature event, the Mosheim, Tennessee ace was able to move up five spots en route to an eighteenth place effort. Complete results from the doubleheader weekend can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com. (Chad Wells Photography)

HILL TRAVELS BACK TO SMOKY MOUNTAIN SPEEDWAY
(April 3, 2016) Vic Hill Racing (VHR) traveled back to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee on Saturday evening, April 2 for a visit by the Ultimate Super Late Model Series. The 'Ultimate Spring Shootout' was on tap at SMS and a $5,000 top prize was up for grabs. Vic Hill timed in fourth quickest of the 34 competitors during the qualifying session, which locked him into the outside of the second row for the start of the 40-lap main event. Unfortunately, the Mosheim, Tennessee native slipped back out of the top ten during the race and eventually crossed underneath the checkers in the twelfth position. Full results from the 'Ultimate Spring Shootout' can be viewed online at www.ultimatesupers.com.

VIC HILL TACKLES SMOKY MOUNTAIN FOR TN TIPOFF
(March 13, 2016) The #1 VHR team kicked off their version of the 2016 season over the March 11-12 weekend in the 'Tennessee Tipoff' at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee. A strong 27 car field assembled at the historic 1/2-mile facility to vie for the $15,000 winner's check in the Old Man's Garage Spring Nationals Series opener. On Friday night, Vic Hill qualified seventh fastest in Group A prior to grabbing the fourth and final transfer spot through his heat race. After starting Saturday's 75-lap contest from the inside of the seventh row, Vic was unfortunately an early retiree and was relegated to a twenty-second place showing. Complete results from Smoky Mountain Speedway can be viewed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com. (Chad Wells Photography)

WILD WEST SHOOTOUT RESULTS FROM USA RACEWAY
(January 10, 2016) Night two of the 'Wild West Shootout' took place earlier today at USA (AZ) Raceway and Vic Hill was once again behind the wheel of J.R. Haley's #33 ride. "The Thrill" ran sixth in both his heat race and his B-Main, but that was not quite good enough to transfer him into the $5,000 to win A-Main, which was captured by Jonathan Davenport. Vic does not plan to race any more during the six-race 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries in the desert.

(January 9, 2016) Vic Hill made a last minute decision to accept car owner J.R. Haley's offer to drive his #33 Club 29 racecar today at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. Vic, who was out in the desert assisting all of his engine clients during the 'Wild West Shootout,' wound up finishing ninth in his heat race and twelfth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, the Mosheim, Tennessee ace was not able to crack the starting field for the $5,000 to win headliner, which was won by Don O'Neal.

 

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