Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Superbowl Speedway (Greenville)
August 11 (Saturday)
The 1st Annual David Pope Memorial Race at the Superbowl Speedway was a huge success. There was a large crowd, I believe the largest in the track's history and almost 200 race cars in the pits. David Pope, a successful business man, owner of David Pope Produce Trucking Company and a winning race car driver, passed away last year. David grew up in Greenville, TX, and started racing in 1975. His yellow No. 54, nick named the "Love Bandit", was a fan favorite.
In the USRA Modifieds feature, Clyde Dunn Jr., No. 88xx, defeated Josh Landers, No. 14x, for the $3,000 feature win. Tim Clonch, No. 18, was third, Triston Dycus, No. 14t, was fourth and Bobby Malcus, No. 4m, was fifth.
To view videos of the USRA Modified Heat Races, click below:
More Racing Results:
To view a video of the Limited Modifieds Heat Races, click below:
Street Stocks: Tim Clouch, No. 25c, Tommy Robets, No. 65, Tommy Davis Jr., No. 17, Jeff Turner, No. 4, and Justin Whitehead, No. 36j.
To view a video of the Street Stocks Heat Races, click below:
For more information on the STEMS series, go here: www.txstemracing.com
To view a video of the STEMS Heat Races, click below:
For OFFICIAL RESULTS and more information, go to: www.superbowlspeedway.com
To view some photos from 08/11/12 from Superbowl Speedway, click below: