Champions crowned Saturday night at SoBo's annual Awards Ceremony
SOUTH BOSTON, VA. — The stars of the 2010 racing season at South Boston Speedway were shining brightly Saturday night at The Prizery in South Boston when America's Hometown Track hosted its annual Awards Ceremony.
The four division champions at the historic four-tenths mile asphalt oval were all crowned. They included Justin Johnson in the NASCAR Whelen Late Model Stock Car Division, Justin Snow in the Limited Sportsman Division, Jarrett Milam in the Budweiser Pure Stock Division and Darryl Lacks in the Southern Vintage Modified Division.
Rounding out the top five performers in the NASCAR Whelen Late Model Stock Car ranks for the season were Lee Pulliam in second place, Stacy Puryear in third, Deac McCaskill in fourth and David Latour in the fifth position.
Tommy Peregoy and Danny Willis Jr. finished second and third, respectively in the Limited Sportsman Division, while Joe Allred, III and Trey Crews rounded out the top three finishers in the Budweiser Pure Stock ranks. Donnie Lacks was the runner-up in the Southern Vintage Modifieds, while Randy Smith placed third.
Other awards presented Saturday night included Justin Johnson for most wins in the NASCAR Whelen Late Model Stock Car Division with nine. Snow had the most wins in the Limited Sportsman ranks with six and Milam was the leading winner in the Budweiser Pure Stock Division with six.
The top pole award winners for the season were Pulliam (Late Model Stock Car), Peregoy (Limited Sportsman) and Allred (Pure Stock).
Most improved driver awards were presented to Pulliam (Late Model Stock Car), Snow (Limited Sportsman) and Daniel Crews (Pure Stock).
The most popular driver awards were claimed by Pulliam (Late Model Stock Car), Willis (Limited Sportsman) and Milam (Pure Stock).
Sportsmanship award winners included Eddie Johnson (Late Model Stock Car), Taylor Doggett (Limited Sportsman) and Randy Hupp (Pure Stock).
Lap leader awards were won by Pulliam (Late Model Stock Car), Peregoy (Limited Sportsman) and Milam (Pure Stock).
The rookie of the year awards for 2010 were claimed by Jeb Burton (Late Model Stock Car), Doggett (Limited Sportsman) and Trey Crews (Pure Stock).
H.C. Sellers was named the NASCAR Craftsman Mechanic of the Year.
The 2011 season at South Boston Speedway will get cranked up on March 12 and will continue through Oct. 22 when the NASCAR Whelen Late Model 300 will be staged at the facility.
During the 2011 season, South Boston Speedway will, once again, host its annual Independence Day celebration on July 1. That event will feature a 200-lap Late Model Stock Car Division race, along with a 100-lap Limited Sportsman event, a 50-lap Pure Stock clash and the track's annual Fireworks Extravaganza.
Other special events on the 2011 South Boston Speedway schedule include two appearances by the touring PASS Super Late Models on May 7 and Aug. 20, an April 16 doubleheader featuring the NASCAR K&N Pro Series and the NASCAR Whelen Southern Modified Tour, and the USARacing Pro Cup Series will return on June 11.
The complete 2011 South Boston Speedway schedule can be found on the track's Web site.
Once again this year, South Boston Speedway is offering season tickets, good for the entire 2011 racing schedule at the four-tenths mile asphalt oval, for only $150.
For more information phone the track at (434) 572-4947 or toll free at 1-877-440-1540.
South Boston Speedway
Director of Media Operations
Office Phone: (336) 599-0162, extension 111
Speedway Office Phone: (434) 572-4947