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Southern National Motorsports Park

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Southern National Motorsports Park
TaylorMeyn 09-13-2008 SouthernNationalRacewayPark WhelenModifiedQualifying.jpg
Location8071 Newsome Mill Road Lucama, North Carolina 27851
Capacity4500[1]
OperatorMichael Diaz
Opened1993
Former namesSouthern National Speedway (1993–2005)
Southern National Raceway Park (2006–2011)
Oval
SurfaceAsphalt
Length4/10 mi
BankingTurns: 17 degrees
Straightaways: 7 degrees

Southern National Motorsports Park (formerly Southern National Speedway and Southern National Raceway Park) is a 4/10-mile auto racing track in Lucama, North Carolina.[2]

History

Southern National Motorsports Park hosted 4 NASCAR Southeast Series races between 1996 and 2002. The track also hosted 7 NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour events between 2006 and 2014.

The facility had one ASA National Tour race in 1998.

Between 1997 and 2014, the track also hosted 15 CARS X-1R Pro Cup Series events. 11 different drivers had won races and some of them drove in NASCAR, like Mario Gosselin, Bobby Gill, Mark McFarland, Michael Ritch, Clay Rogers and Caleb Holman.

In 2009, the track essentially closed with only a single racing event taking place on the track. The PASS South Super Late Model Series held one of their points races at the track on September 26, 2009. A USARacing Pro Cup Series event had been scheduled for August 15, 2009, but it was canceled by the series and replaced by a second race at Langley Speedway.

On Friday, October 7, 2011, Southern National Raceway Park was put up for auction, and was bought by Michael Diaz of Northern Virginia for $650,000. Plans for the track are currently pending.

March 3, 2012 will be open for business and running their first race, a NASCAR Whelen late model series.

The track re-opened in 2013 as Southern National Motorsports Park with a regular racing schedule.

Between 2015 until now, CARS Super Late Model Tour hosted 6 races at the track. 6 different drivers had won races, including notable NASCAR drivers like Christopher Bell, Quin Houff, Raphaël Lessard and Bubba Pollard. In that period, the CARS Late Model Stock Tour also had ran 6 races at the track, 5 different drivers had won races, including notable NASCAR drivers like Todd Gilliland, Deac McCaskill, Josh Berry and Taylor Gray.

In December 2015, the track was added to the racing simulation site iRacing.com.

On December 18, 2020, it was announced that Southern National would host an ARCA Menards Series East race for the first time on June 12, 2021.[3]

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This page was last edited on 14 June 2021, at 03:28
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