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Chris Brown's Win As Big As Texas in NeSmith World Championship!!!
(October 15, 2016) - A world championship should have representation from all over. The top five in the NeSmith Performance Street Stock World Championship was from five different states. But the winner's domination was as big as Texas. Chris Brown made a surprise visit to Golden Isles Speedway pay off in a huge way. The Super Late Model regular jumped behind the wheel of Jesse McNorton's brand new machine and swept the weekend, topped off by the $10,000 100-lap win. The event was part of the Third Annual Showdown on the Coast.

 "We literally came up with the idea to build this car about four weeks ago," Brown, who has 100 plus wins in a Modified, said in a press release. "A lot of people thought we were crazy and that there was no way we would get it done in time, but we did – and we won." | more

Mark Whitener Golden in I-95 Toyota Late Model Challenge Series Run!
(October 1, 2016) - The open-ended tail of the new Longhorn chassis jiggled slightly in the LD Buildings Tech Garage as busy hands worked in the engine compartment. Then the thumbs up signal and shout from the crew "it's official." That is how dominant Mark Whitener was Saturday at Golden Isles Speedway. He spotted the first lap to series leader and fast qualifier Rhett Carter, then motored by, set sail on the top groove and won the I-95 Toyota Late Model Challenge Series 30-lap feature.

"We just picked the high line," Whitener said. "The car was great all night so just ran my line where I like to run." Carter would fall to third behind Kyle Bridges on Lap 20 right before the race's second caution. Donnie Chappell and Scott Johnson rounded out the top five at the finish. Whitener's engine was protested by a competitor, but was found to be legal by track officials as it lay in pieces in the tech area. The combination of the new Longhorn Chassis and track to his liking allowed the Magicman to perform the disappearing act on the rest of the field. | more

Lloyd, Wooten, and Chancey Grab Super Challenge 5 Wins at GIS!
(September 17, 2016) - The silence told the tale, but left Garrett Lloyd wanting more. The last time out was the first time with the Jacksonville, Fla. driver's new Limited Late Model ride. It was dominant until he shut it down due to mechanical problems with a huge feature lead. Saturday evening was a complete 180. The car was dominant again and this time stayed together as Lloyd won the Super 5 Challenge feature at Golden Isles Speedway. Lloyd picked up $2,000 for the victory over a stout field of Limiteds. Earlier in the season he took an EMod SC5 win.

The Tom Kelly Construction/P&G Land Clearing machine also was wheeled to fast time and the only competitor in the 16 second bracket. Previous winner Ryan Carter came next. SC5 series leader Scott Waters, Cecil Eunice and Lonnie Waters rounded out the top five.

Bud Chancey made it two straight EMod SC5 wins and $1,500 checks. The Yulee, Fla. native won the 20-lap finale, holding off Frankie Lloyd, Trey Pearson, Nick Kirkus and Randy Gainey. Chancey took over the SC5 series lead outright as former co-leader Chase Collins settled for a 14th place finish. | more

Chancey and Carlino Super in SC5 Triumphs at GIS; Wooten Clinches NPSS Title!
(September 10, 2016) - Billy Ammons just drove his race. The consistency of the J&J Services Camaro's driver usually means success. Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway was no different. Ammons finished second to John Carlino in the Enduro Super Challenge 5 Series feature. Carlino won the battle and the $1,000 top prize. Ammons won the five-race war. Unofficially, the runner up finish clinched the inaugural SC5 title for Ammons. William Fisher, Johnny Barker and Jonathan Croson rounded out the top five in the race. Barker needed to finish three positions better than Ammons to overtake the top spot as the former trailed by two points heading into the final SC5 event.

Carlino topped a 25-car field for the victory. Bud Chancey wheeled the Chancey-Meyers Motorsports Shaw Chassis to the EMod SC5 win and the $1,500 that went with it. Weather has played havoc with the EMod SC5 this season so this was only race number two. Chancey's victory and Chase Collins second place helped them move by race one winner Garrett Lloyd in the SC5 standings. Lloyd finished down in the running order, but will have another chance in race three this Saturday Sept. 17. Kenny Wells, Nick Kirkus and Randy Gainey completed the top five. | more

Wooten and Eunice Shine Brightest in GIS SC5 Runs on August 27!
(August 27, 2016) - The stars may not have littered the sky on a cloud-covered evening. But the stars of the NeSmith Performance Street Stocks shined brightly Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway. None was more vivid then Brian Wooten. The B-dub Express topped a stellar field from three states to win the Super Challenge 5 Series 25-lap feature. He led every circuit on the 4/10-mile, red gumbo clay oval.

"Car did pretty good," Wooten said of his $2,000 win. "Track was a little off this week. I'm not used to the track being this wet. I don't like it this wet so I have a little homework to do, but it worked out tonight."

Rain fell during the day three different times leaving a tacky surface throughout the program. That did not stop Wooten shooting from the pole and then opening the advantage again after a handful of restarts. The regular GIS high flyers were in the house as well as the aces from elsewhere. Richie Stephens, Kyle Livingood, Robert Hicks and Ronnie Newsome rounded out the top five. Justin McRee, Woodstock, Ala., jumped into the Dunn Motorsports High Roller Race Cars house car. The Late Model veteran won his heat, but went backwards some in the main and took seventh. | more

Devin Dixon Speeds to GIS I-95 Toyota Late Model Challenge Series Victory!
(August 6, 2016) - The red gumbo clay rooster tail flying off Devin Dixon's spoiler disappeared in the distance. That is the gap the Apollo Beach, Fla. driver had through most of the I-95 Toyota Late Model Challenge Series 30-lap feature Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway. Dixon set sail in the Dave's Towing/Big Frog Motorsports/Integra Shocks Rocket and won the event with the $3,000 top prize. Early in the race was quite a clash with Mark Whitener.

"Beginning of the race we were too tight on entry - first five or six laps," Dixon said. "Whitener got around me and then about halfway through the race the car really started coming around and freed up a little bit and got back by him. The car was really good tonight." | more

Carter Dominates Limiteds: Lloyd, Payne, Wooten, Ammons, Bruner, Clark Also Win
(July 23, 2016) - The sigh of relief probably was synonymous with a tire deflating. One can only imagine that was Ryan Carter's reaction Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway. Carter swept the Limited Late Model show, topping off the night with a flag-to-flag win in the 25-lap feature. That followed setting quick time amongst the 13 entries.

The high was about shot down on Lap 7 after Carter had paced the initial six laps. The caution flew as Carter sat in Turn 2 180 degrees from the correct direction. According to track officials, the yellow was tossed for the car of Charlie Davis that stalled attempting to drive into the pit entrance off that same turn. Carter was awarded his top spot back and he checked out from there. | more

Magic in the Air as Whitener Bags $3,000 I-95 Toyota LM Run!
(May 21, 2016) - A battle. Some magic. Another battle. More magic. The Magicman endured all of that and Mark Whitener took home the $3,000 I-95 Toyota Late Model Challenge Series feature Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway. Whitener, Middleburg, Fla., won his heat and started the finale outside of polesitter, fast qualifier and other heat winner Devon Dixon. The latter wheeled the Big Frog Shock and Suspension Technology/Dave's Towing/Big Frog Signs and Graphix Koury-powered Rocket to the point at the drop of the green with Whitener in hot pursuit.

Dixon would only open a couple car length advantage until the first magic for Whitener's United Land Clearing/Racecar Engineering Koury-powered Longhorn. Dixon was collected by a spinning lapped car on Lap 11 sending the Apollo Beach, Fla. pilot and Big Frog Motorsports machine pitside. Whitener inherited the lead and stayed there, but not after a plethora of cautions and a battle with Tyler Crowder. Both survived a Lap 13 caution that saw a good amount of vehicles with damage and stopping to have sheet metal pulled. | more

Lloyd 'Lucky' to Take Limited Super 5 Challenge Win at GIS!!!
(May 14, 2016) - It was good to be out front. Or maybe it was not. Michael Lloyd took advantage of demolition derby-type situations and won the Limited Late Model Super 5 Challenge at Golden Isles Speedway Saturday evening. "It was good just to finish," Lloyd said. "The car had some damage, but the night turned out all right. I'd rather be lucky than good any time."

Polesitter Woodrow Mullis had built a straightaway advantage as Lloyd moved into second in the 25-lapper. The 17-year old superstar was then gathered in a crash from Cecil Eunice spinning in turn three on Lap 12 and was forced pitside to change a tire. "We started picking off some cars," Lloyd said. "We were way behind. (Mullis) probably would've won if he wasn't in the wreck, but we were gaining people said." | more

Official Results from Golden Isles Speedway on April 23, 2016
(April 23, 2016) - Donnie Ashford has proven more than once his Diggin Deep Racing team is not afraid to put the racer on the trailer and travel. The Deland, Fla. ace made his first 2016 appearance at Golden Isles Speedway pay off. He took the NeSmith Performance Street Stock Super Challenge 5 Series feature Saturday evening and beat a top flight of cars in the process. Ashford, coming off a win at another track a couple weeks before, cashed in on the $2,000 first prize and launched to the top of the special GIS series.

He wheeled the CLX Engineering/Parrish Shade Tops/Allen Plumbing/Tom's Pizza/HMS Tire Conditioners Camaro over Shaun Washam, Cole Exum, Bud Chancey and Brian Grantham. Brian Wooten, who won the first two, NPSS features at GIS, was seventh at the checkered flag behind Kyle Livingood. | more

Official Results from Golden Isles Speedway on April 16, 2016
(April 16, 2016) - The offseason could not pass fast enough for Billy Ammons. No one could pass Ammons Saturday at Golden Isles Speedway. Not even close. Ammons rocketed from the pole position and dominated the Enduro 25-lap Super Challenge 5 Series feature on opening night at GIS. He pocketed $1,000 for the victory. Charles Smith tucked into the runner up spot at the green flag, but, even with a handful of restarts, had nothing to muster to overtake the longtime racer.

John Carlino drove well and was helped out by attrition to take third with three laps left. Kyle Davis started 17th and picked his way to fourth followed by Tim Keener. The Super 5 Challenge Series is a five-race series for all GIS regular classes. | more



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