Just Country

If you were to ask anybody that knows Hunter Gafford to describe him, they could do it with one word “country”. This 16 year old, 10th grader at Northview High School would not have it any other way. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and has always had a passion for dirt track racing. This year, with the help of his dad (Jamie), he has turned that passion into an obsession. Hunter will be making his first start as a driver this season in the Alisa’s Monograming and Ect #11H Stinger Car. Should be exciting, best of luck Hunter!


 

Hunting Season!

 

Hunting season has been extended for one man from Atmore, Al. Although he will not be preying on a four legged furry animal. Hunter Milliken has his crosshairs on a championship. After coming up short in 2011 in the Stinger division at Flomaton Speedway, he will return with guns blazing. Milliken Lawn Service, Revelation Signs and Graphics, and Butler u-pullit.com will be on the side of the #27 Stinger car, which will also be sporting a new paint scheme in 2012. Hunter also owes a special thanks to his dad (Larry), Hannah, Sara, and Tyson. Best of Luck Hunter in the upcoming year.

 

High,Wide, and Handsome! 

 

A young and upcoming star will return to Flomaton Speedway with high hopes in 2012. Jesse Smith the quiet, 16 year old from Chumuckala, Fl. was often reffered to as “high wide and handsome” by the Flomaton Speedway race announcer. Several time during the 2011 racing season, the young student at Central High School put on his own driving clinic around the topside of the high banked 1/4 mile dirt oval. With the help of the Godfather Racing Team, Cook Motorsports, and Mitch Smith Drywall this young star should shine bright over his competitors in the Bomber division is his familiar red and white #19 car.

 

Gonna be a BIG SHOW! 

 

If you want to see a driver hang it all out on the line each and every lap, then you need to meet this guy! Adam Purvis of Flomaton, Alabama, driver of the #14 Southern Comfort Catering street stock car. Known by many as the “Big Show”, Adam looks to make his mark as he returns to Flomaton Speedway in a new ride for the 2012 racing season, with the help of his Mom, Dad, Wife, Brother, and the rest of the family. Some might think that the big mans stature is what give him the nickname, but many of his competitors will tell you that it is his “put it all on the line” “wreck mama to win” style of racing. Look no further for an exciting night, because this guy will be delivering every Saturday night at Flomaton Speedway.

 

The Youngster! 

 

Tripp Thomas of Monroeville, AL is looking forward to his second season of racing in the Bomber division at Flomaton Speedway. The Youngster started his career in the Spring of last year at the age of 12. Now the 13 year old has is sights set on the checkers with the help of Airport Signs and Graphics, Airport Sports Center, Dusty and Rusty Lacoste (for the new powerplant), and of course Mom and Dad. Tripp is going to be back in the #76 car again on a weekly basis at the fast 1/4 dirt oval, well that is as long as he keeps his grades up. Good Luck Tripp.

 

Double the Trouble

 

Brooks and Dalton Hart of Flomaton, Alabama have a lot to look forward to in 2012. Not only will the twin boys celebrate their 16th birthday in February, they will also start their sophomore year of racing at Flomaton Speedway. After a rookie season saw the boys sharing time in a single stinger car, the boys will take a different approach in the upcoming year. Century Motors of Century, Fl and Monogramming by Alisa of Flomaton will join together and put both boys on the track at the same time. The addition of another car will see Brooks as the driver of the #21 car and Dalton behind the wheel of the #22 entry. With the help of mom and dad,(Jason and Alisa Hart), the boys look to make the 2012 season a huge success and add to their young but impressive racing resume’. In addition to their sponsors and parents, the boys also have their Mammy Karen Cash and Maw and Paw Allgood to thank for doubling the Hart Racing Team’s chances for victory at the historic high banked dirt oval.

 

The Burgerler is Back! 

 

Chris Burger will return to Flomaton Speedway to run the entire 2012 racing season in the always exciting Bomber division. Known for his “all out” driving style and his “easy going” character in the pit area, every one at Flomaton Speedway is excited for the return. Burger will be driving the familiar #74 car at the begining of the season but is hopeful to unveil a new ride at some point during the year. Chris and his wife Lisa are also looking forward to intoduce their son to the drivers seat at the high banked clay oval in the near future. The Burger’s are entering the season opener without the aid of sponsorship, so if you have a company or product that you want to spread awareness of please give them a call, they will make it worth your time.

 

Leaving the Straight and Narrow 

 

Pensacola, Fl resident and Brookwood, Al native, Shayne Anderson is set to run his first full year of dirt track racing at Flomaton Speedway. Anderson is no stranger to horsepower due to his 25 year experience in drag racing. However at 45 years old Shayne has decided to take his racing career to the dirt, and with the help of his wife Linda and his three sons, the Anderson’s look to make it a family affair. Hubbards Garage, S1E Truck parts, and TNT Disaster Relief are also pitching in to make the first year at Flomaton Speedway a memorable one in the number 5a Street Stock car.