Boyd's Speedway is Adding a Schedule Date!!!
(June 4, 2018)
Join us on Friday, June 22nd for our Sportsman Showdown paying $1,000
to win! All classes in action! Then the next night, head down to
North Georgia Speedway for the second showdown!
Grandstands $10.00, Kids 12 and Under FREE
Pits $30.00, Kids 3-12 $10.00, 2 and Under FREE
Racing Starts at 7:00pm!
Please note that we are closed the next couple
of weeks due to Riverbend...
Fan Appreciation Night
at Boyd's Sees Six Different Winners!
12, 2018) Racing action at Boyd's Speedway
was hot and heavy tonight, as six racing divisions thrilled the
fans in attendance at the Ringgold, Georgia facility during Fan
Appreciation Night. These six drivers reached victory lane: Tod
Hernandez (Limited Late Model), Jake Knowles (Crate Late Model),
Booger Brooks (Sportsman), Derek Franks (Hobby), Scott Dial (Street
Stock), and Nathan Adams (Hot Shot). Our next scheduled show will
be on Friday, May 25 featuring a visit by the Schaeffer's Oil Spring
Nationals Series paying $4,000 to the winner for the ground-pounding
Super Late Models! | results
Ronnie Johnson Bags
Limited Late Model Clash Win at Boyd's!
21, 2018) Local
racing legend Ronnie Johnson made it back-to-back wins at Boyd's
Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia by capturing the victory earlier tonight
in the Limited Late Model Clash presented by Southern Fluid Power.
The popular driver hailed as the "The Chattanooga Flash"
beat John Ownbey, Ethan Hunter, Zach Pilcher, and Justin Litchford
to the checkered flag in the 30-lap headliner to claim the triumph
in the Limited Late Model division special. Other winners on the
evening were Ethan Hunter (Crate Late Model), Justin Winters (Sportsman),
James Burkhart (Hobby), Kendall Staggs (Street Stock), and Shannon
Hollifield (Hot Shots). | results
Johnson Wows Hometown
Crowd With Chevy Super Series Boyd's Sweep
13, 2018) Ronnie
Johnson of Chattanooga, TN swept the Chevrolet Performance Super
Late Model Series 2018 season opener on Friday night at Boyd’s
Speedway driving the Josh Roberts Trucking Special. The two-time
Chevy Super Series National Champion and National Dirt Late Model
Hall of Fame Inductee swept the program from the time he unloaded
from the hauler. (Thomas
Johnson started off the evening by setting Fast Time honors and
pocketing $300 in Knowles Race Parts and Bodies/Goss Body Shop Qualifying.
“The Chattanooga Flash” toured the historic clay surface
at Boyd’s Speedway in 15.178 seconds to earn the pole position
for the 40-lap main event. |
full story |
support class results
Last Lap Pass Lifts
Earl Pearson, Jr. in Boyd's Speedway Thriller!
23, 2018) In
a battle between two former Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National
Champions, Earl Pearson Jr. passed Scott Bloomquist on the final
lap to win "The Shamrock" on Friday night at Boyd's Speedway.
Pearson started sixth, kept a steady pace for most of the race,
and then passed four cars in the final three laps to gain the victory.
The win marks his first for the newly formed Black Diamond Race
Team and Ronnie Stuckey. (Heath
The polesitter, Chris Madden, led the first 25 laps until Bloomquist
forged ahead on lap 26. The entire 50 lap feature was run under
green flag conditions, with no caution flags. Bloomquist looked
to be in control of the race, looking for his first series win of
the season. Stretching his lead out over the field, Bloomquist easily
worked lapped cars, but Pearson had other ideas as the four-time
series champ readied himself before his last lap charge. |
full story |
support class results
John Ownbey Victorious
in Cabin Fever to Pocket $3,000 Payday
3, 2018) In
the rain-postponed 10th Annual 'Cabin Fever' held earlier today
at Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia, John Ownbey led from flag-to-flag
in the Super Late Model feature event to score the $3,000 top prize
over Cory Hedgecock, Michael Page, Riley Hickman, and Jimmy Elliott.
Local favorite Ronnie Johnson came out on top of the Crate Late
Model main event to pocket the $1,500 payday over 44 other entrants.
In all, more than 150 race cars were on the grounds for the 2018
season opening event. Other winners today included Scotty Hogan
(Sportsman), Derek Franks (Hobby), Booger Brooks (Street Stock),
John Pitts (Mod Lites), and Joe Cross (Hot Shots). |
Cabin Fever Rescheduled
for this Saturday, February 3rd!
29, 2018) Mother
Nature got us last weekend, but we had 140 great cars on hand that
are ready to race! The 10th Annual 'Cabin Fever' has been rescheduled
for this Saturday, February 3rd! Driver's Meeting will begin at
Noon, while hot laps and racing will follow immediately after. All
armbands, entry fees, and transponder rentals will be honored.
* Sportsman - your feature is set because you completed
* Super and Crate - you will redraw for qualifying.
* Hobby, Street Stock, Mod Lites, Hot Shots - your heat lineups
will stay the same. Any cars wanting to compete will start in the
rear of heats. | full
Welcome to the All-New
Website for Boyd's Speedway!!!
24, 2018) Boyd's
Speedway promoter Kathie Coulter and Delph Communications, Inc.
would like to welcome you to the brand-new www.BoydsSpeedway.net!
The new website has all of the latest news and information on the
Ringgold, Georgia dirt racing facility including the complete 2018
schedule and rule book. As the season progresses, keep checking
back to www.BoydsSpeedway.net to view the latest results and point
standings after each racing event. The '18 campaign starts at the
Chattanooga-area racetrack this Saturday, January 27 with the 10th
edition of the 'Cabin Fever,' which features Super Late Models competing
for a $3,000 paycheck and Crate Late Models vying for a $1,500 top
prize. The Sportsman, Mod Lites, Hobby, Street Stock, and Hot Shot
divisions will also be in racing action at Boyd's Speedway this
Saturday. Pit gates open at 9:00AM and grandstands open at 11:00AM,
while the Driver's Meeting is slated for NOON with hot laps and
racing to immediately follow!
Kathie Coulter Takes
Over Promoter Role at Boyd's Speedway for 2018!
5, 2018) Effective immediately, Boyd’s
Speedway will be operated and promoted by Kathie Coulter of Chattanooga,
Tennessee. She and track owner David Duplissey have agreed on a
lease type agreement for the 2018 season. Duplissey and Dale McDowell
are now removed themselves from the day to day operations of the
“I was hired on as marketing director in the
middle of last summer and I loved every minute of it. So when this
opportunity arose, I knew it was my next step. I’m sure there’s
going to be ups and downs, but no one wants Boyd's to succeed more
than myself,” Coulter stated. Her grandfather, E.A. Boyd,
is the track’s founder. “Racing is something that I
have always had a passion for. I have literally spent every weekend
of my life at a racetrack,” she laughed. “I have loved
working with the drivers and fans, as well as the Chattanooga community.
We had a few charity races and did some outreach and I would love
to do more of that this year. There will be some changes coming,
and hopefully the racers and fans will be happy with the adjustments.
I’m really honored to have this opportunity. There’s
probably only a handful of women promoters around, and I'm humbled
to join that very small group.” |