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 Eve of Destruction Results - Charlotte County Speedway

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 Southern Sportsman Results at DeSoto Speedway

 Mike Hovis wins Brian Davidson Memorial 150 at Charlotte County Speedway

 Todd Anglani wins LLM at Hialeah Season Finale

 East Bay Features “POWDER-PUFF” Racing Return On A Cool December Night

 Dawayne Bryan wins AACS at Desoto Super Speedway

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 East Bay Gets Visit from Craftsman Truck Rookie of the Year David Reutimann

 Auburndale Ends 2004 Season with a Busy Night

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 Martin Pierce tops LLM 100 Lapper at Desoto

 Roger Smathers tops 55 Car Enduro at New Smyrna

 Dwayne Dempsey Wins a Pair in Winter Spectacular III

 Snowball Derby Postponed until next Saturday

 Fontaine wins AACS at Desoto Super Speedway

 Three Wide Highlights CRASH-A-RAMA at SpeedWorld

 Rick Sirmans Wins 100 Lap Feature at New Smyrna

 Wayne Jefferson Big Winner at Desoto Super Speedway

 Spencer Taylor tops FASTKIDS at Auburndale

 Robbie McAuliffe wins 75 Lapper at Sunshine's Final Night

 Jeff Choquette tops 35 car field to win 39th Annual Governor's Cup

 Richie Henry takes 50 lap LLM Feature at Hialeah

 Jeff Choquette Wins Governor's Cup, Rick Sirmans takes FMSC 100

 Six Classes Crown Six 2004 Champions At East Bay Raceway Park

 Pamela Weaver big winner at Auburndale

 Ron Campbell tops 25 lap OWM at Sunshine

 Eric Black returns to Victory Lane at New Smyrna Speedway

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November 21, 2004
Six Classes Crown Six 2004 Champions At East Bay Raceway Park
By Bill Green "From Behind The MIC!"

Tampa, FL (Nov. 20th, 2004) East Bay ended it's points season tonight, but J. R. Prather, Jr. starting his 2004 Limited Late Model Championship celebration some two weeks ago, as did Danny Paris in the Street Stock class and "Big" Tim George in the Limited Sprints as 2004 Champion. Last week it was Brian Maddox's turn to celebrate his 360 Sprint car Championship for 2004. This week it would be long time Late Model racer Donnie Tanner battling till the end for another season Championship.

Open Wheel Modifieds were up first and the Gagle's Auto Parts sponsored class did not disappoint as 25 cars took the original green. Heat wins went to Rusty Dixon and Brian Hollifield respectively in Heat-1 and Heat-2. As the feature event got to lap 5, the lights went out at East Bay. I'm talking dark. Luckily the field was under caution and all stopped safely. Fans and drivers were treated to an impromptu fireworks display compliments of East Bay owners and D-N-D Fireworks. When racing resumed it would be Rusty Dixon going flag to flag for the victory. Second went to Jamie Burrows, with Roger Crouse third, John Bradley fourth and Bruce Watkins fifth. That would mean John Bradley would be the 2004 OWM Champion. Congratulations!

The Able Body, INC. Limited Late Models brought 21 cars to the final points event of 2004 and it would be a great race with Tim Gay taking the win. Second would go to Timmy Bronson, Shane Koperda third, William Hampton fourth and Robert Douglas fifth. 2004 Champion J. R. Prather, Jr. would finish outside the top-5, but still have a great 2004 season as one of the most consistent drivers of the season.

Late Models saw a barn burner in the end as "The Master" Donnie Tanner and David Schmauss battled all year till the final event, with Donnie Tanner taking another close Championship victory. Schmauss would win the final A-Main of 2004, but Tanner would win the Championship by 30 plus points. Third would go to Marshall Austin from 13th starting spot. Fourth was Jeff Mathews and "The Sheriff" K. D. Kelly fifth.

Limited Sprints saw a first in the class for East Bay. Young Susanne George turned 16 this week and brought out her Limited Sprint #01 for her first ever competition under green. The young lady stayed out of trouble and got a Top-10 finish in 10th her very first time out. But, it was Frank Beck III in Victory Lane tonight while "Big" Tim George took the Limited Sprint 2004 Championship with the 5th place finish. Third went to Greg Leonard in the Clyde Poole #85 car. Danny Jones took forth in front of the season Champion George.

Street Stocks brought the biggest class of the year to the biggest feature on the night, as 32 machines would start the feature. To night's victory would go to Paul Gibbs, while Steven Johnson settled for second, Austin Sanders went third, Michael Cherry fourth and Steve Burch fifth. Buck woodhouse would salvage a 6th place finish to secure second in the points chase, leaving Austin Sanders 3rd in points.

Mini Stocks saw a good one as Scotty Williams out lasted the field for the win, beating Cecil Martin at the line by inches. Jim Courson went third, Chad Rose fourth and Josh Peacock over came a jumping the start call for the final top-5 spot.

Next week East Bay Raceway Park will be dark for the Thanksgiving weekend, but we'll be back on Dec the 4th with $10 Adult Grandstand tickets and children 12 and under FREE. Dec 11th will be Features Only Night with all features getting an extra 5 laps per event and Dec 18th will see the rebirth of the "Run-What-Ya-Brung" Special for anything with fenders, clutch and starter. Plus that final Saturday event, Dec 18th, will include a Demolition Derby and a Roll Over Derby. So don't miss any of the December 2004 action at East Bay Raceway Park.

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Pit Stop
 FMCRA Race School Graduates ready for 2005 Mini Cup season Opener

 Schedule for January 8th at New Smyrna Speedway

 New Smyrna Speedway returns to racing action Jan. 8 with Riverfest 300

 Reminder for all Sunbelt - Super Late Model Drivers about SpeedFest

 Entries Are Coming In for USA International Speedway's 2005 SpeedFest

 Happy New Year from New Smyrna Speedway and Team FASCAR

 Pro Trucks and Quick Kids added to River Fest 300 at New Smyrna Speedway January 8th

 Team Cheetah Racing has Great 2004 Season


 Rick Bristol announces sale of his race team to driver R.J. Arnone

 Big Improvements being made at Orlando SpeedWorld, Entries pouring in for 2005 Winternationals

 Charlotte County Speedway Announces December 31 and January 2005 Events Schedule

 Volusia Speedway Park Announces 2005 Race Week Schedule

 USA will host 2005 Speedfest January 27, 28, and 29

 USA Sprints 2004 Southern Thunder Tour Champion Andy Kelly

 Greg Kielma Turns Over Driver Duties To Joey Barnes

 Florida Mini Cup and Santa Clause bring holiday cheer to Shriner's Hospital

 USA Sprints Return to Charlotte County Speedway

 Last Race Night Buffet a Success

 New Smyrna Speedway Ends 2004 with Full Program

 Citrus Closes 2004 with 2 Day Winter Spectacular

 Final 2004 Race Set for Saturday Afternoon at Orlando SpeedWorld

 East Bay Raceway Park Gears up for 2004 Finale and 2005 Winter Nationals

 Drivers have FINAL Chance to Practice at SpeedWorld this Wednesday

 Final Race Night Buffet will honor area track and series champions

 Bobby Orr returns to New Smyrna Speedway


 Greenwood Chevolet to Sponsor first ever FASCAR Pro Truck race this Saturday at Columbia


 FASCAR Pro Trucks debut this Saturday at Columbia Motorsports Park

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