A less than favorable forecast has forced promoters at both the 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour and the Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville to forego plans to contest their events this weekend.
411 was set to host the Nesmith Dirt Late Model Series for a Friday and Saturday doubleheader that were to have paid $2,000 and $3,000-to-win respectively along with support classes that were to have paid $1,000-to-win. Those events have been re-set for next weekend(April 3-5) with a practice session on tap for Thursday night and the same racing program as originally scheduled for this weekend to be contested on Friday and Saturday nights.
The Ray Cook-promoted Spring Nationals were to have held a $4,000-to-win event at the Tri-County Race Track in Brasstown, NC on Friday night and a $6,000-to-win race on Saturday night at the Smoky Mountain Speedway.
Those events have also been rescheduled for next weekend with the Tri-County race to be held on Friday evening(April 4th) and the Smoky Mountain show to go off on Saturday April 5th.