Nashville, TN (Friday, October 8, 2021) – Two-Time Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Track Champion Cole Williams set fast time with a 19.353 lap time in Friday’s Open Practice, ahead of Saturday’s Local Racing 100 lap feature event this Saturday. Cole Williams is usually found behind the wheel of a number 46 Pro Late Model however, this weekend he is driving the Rackley WAR, Crosley Brands sponsored, number 26. Rookie Bryson Shaffer finished P2 just four-hundredths of a second behind Williams. William Hale was on top of the leaderboard early in the day but placed third overall. The second Rackley WAR entry of Brittany Zamora was fourth quick and Stacey Crain rounded out the top five. Points leader Michael House in the US Tank, in Memory of Jillian Brown, number 1 car placed P6.
Pro Late Model Friday Practice Results
Nashville Fairground Speedway’s October 9th racing program features Pro Late Models, Super Trucks, Limited Late Models, Street Stocks, Pure Stocks, Front Runners, Legends, and Bandoleros.
A Big Machine Vodka Spiked Coolers Super Truck Champion will be crowned Saturday night. Points leader John Burns was fastest overall in Open Practice, just two-tenths of a second faster than championship rival, Tanner Arms. Burns comes into Saturday’s main event 13 points ahead of defending division champion, Arms.
Kevin Rollins set fast time in the Limited Late Model division.
Tanner Arms’ brother, Travis Arms, set quick time in the Street Stock division.
Dustin Williams led the way in the Pure Stock class.
Matt Hamlet turned the fastest lap in the Pest Doctor Front Runner division.
Michael Crafton III was just five one-thousandths of a second quicker than Galen Clark III to top the speed charts. Boston Oliver, Justen Dubay, and Oliver Cordell completed the top five fastest BH Holmes Construction Legends Cars.
Aidan Potter set the pace in the Dye Hard Hair Salon Bandolero speed charts.
Racing begins at 5:00 on Saturday, October 9th. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for Senior Citizens and Military Personnel, Kids’ tickets are just $5, and children under five years old are free. For more information visit nashvillefairgroundsspeedway.racing.
Photo By – Jeff Ames