MYRTLE BEACH — Thursday night’s race at Myrtle Beach Speedway will be a battle between “Whelen All-America NASCAR Late Models” and the local drivers. The main event will be a 100-lap race with the winner locking a spot into the Myrtle Beach 400 on November 18.
Reigning track champion, Justin Milliken, and Jeremy McDowell should be the favorites to win. There are expected to be 20 Late Model cars looking to get that spot in the Myrtle Beach 400.
Accompanying the Late Models will be the Charger division, Mini-Stocks and drifters. Gates open at 5 p.m. with practice set for 6 p.m. Racing action will start with qualifying at 7 p.m.