Nashville, TN (Sunday, February 2, 2020) – While still the ‘off season’ for some, race season has begun for others, and for Cole Williams, race season couldn’t have started any better. The Sellersburg, Indiana native is a two-time Pro Late Model Champion at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway and in preparation for a third championship bid, Williams made the 2,000 mile trip to Irwindale, California for the SRL All-Star Showdown. He makes the trip back home $10,000 richer.
Williams’ win didn’t come easy, it was a hard fought 100 laps that came down to a late race battle with California’s Jeremy Doss. Speed51.com has the story – All-Star Showdown Pro Late Model Feature Ends in Controversy
— Speed51 News Feed by PFC Brakes (@speed51dotcom) February 2, 2020
The first Pro Late Model race of the season at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway is Opening Night, Saturday, April 18, 2020. The upcoming season marks the 63rd season of asphalt racing at the historic Fairgrounds Nashville. A complete schedule, that features eight Pro Late Model races, can be found at www.nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing and for more information, like ‘Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway’ on Facebook and follow @RaceFairgrounds on Twitter.
By: Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway