(BATESVILLE, ARKANSAS) The Wendell Wallace Autosports team trekked to the Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi on October 5-6 for the 6th Annual ‘Gumbo Nationals.’ The Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) presided over the two-day affair, which boasted a $7,500 top prize. On Friday night, Wendell Wallace posted a sixth place finish in his stacked heat race, but later earned the second transfer spot through his B-Main on Saturday evening. Unfortunately, the Batesville, Arkansas star was an early retiree in the ‘Gumbo Nationals’ due to rear-end woes and wound up twenty-fourth in the final rundown. Complete results from Greenville can be viewed online at www.greenvillespeedway.net.
Wendell and his #6m team will travel back to Mississippi this upcoming weekend (October 12-13) for the 18th Annual Coors Light ‘Fall Classic.’ The unsanctioned, two-day show will kick off with qualifying and heat races on Friday night at the Whynot Motorsports Park. On Saturday evening, consolation events and the 100-lap feature event will headline the action at the 1/3-mile Meridian, Mississippi oval. A $15,000 winner’s check is on the line and Wendell is seeking his second race title, as he previously won back in 1997. Additional information concerning the ‘Fall Classic’ weekend can be accessed by clicking on www.whynotmotorsportspark.com.
Wendell Wallace would like to thank the following sponsors for their continued support: Triple A Diesel Service, Wincrest Farms, Mark Martin KIA, Bad Boy Mowers, Bennings Heating & Air, C. W. Culvert, New Vision Graphics, Tim Logan Racing, Barry Wright Race Cars, Russell Baker Racing Engines, Allstar Performance, Base Racing Fuel, BSB Manufacturing, C&S Cable Construction, Delph Communications, Dyer’s Top Rods, Frankland Racing Supply, Hoosier Racing Tires, Sweet Mfg., Wiles Driveshafts, and Wilwood Engineering.
You can learn more about the “Batesville Bullet” online at www.WendellWallace.com!
Media Contact: Ryan Delph – Delph Communications
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