Martinsville Speedway via ValleyStar Credit Union YouTube

More Than 90 Cars Enter To Win Prestigious ValleyStar Credit Union 300 Late Model Stock Car Race At Martinsville

Martinsville Speedway released the entry list for this weekend’s prestigious ValleyStar Credit Union 300 Late Model Stock Car race and it includes over 90 cars.

Martinsville Speedway via ValleyStar Credit Union YouTube

The ValleyStar Credit Union 300 is the crown jewel of Late Model Stock Car racing and is the final leg in the Virginia Triple Crown, which also includes South Boston Speedway and Langley Speedway.

The race will feature recently crowned NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Champion Layne Riggs as well as Peyton Sellers who pushed the 20-year-old all year at races at South Boston, Motor Mile, and Dominion Raceway and closed out the season in second.

Layne Riggs via FloRacing

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Corey Heim, who won the first leg of the Virginia Triple Crown in dramatic fashion over Jacob Borst, will be looking to snag his first Grandfather Clock, the trophy every winner at Martinsville receives.

Other top contenders include Bobby McCary, last year’s Virginia Triple Crown winner and three-time CARS Tour champion Bobby McCarty, Carson Kvapil, the driver of the JR Motorsports and the current points leader of the CARS Tour, Ty Majeski, who runs currently runs full time in the NASCAR Truck Series for ThorSport Racing and is a decorated Super Late Model driver, and Jared Fryar, the winner of the second leg of the Virginia Triple Crown, the Hampton Heat 200.

Another driver to watch includes Langley Speedway regular Mark Wertz, who currently is the points leader for the Virginia Triple Crown going into Martinsville. He finished 6th at South Boston and 2nd at Langley.

Mason Diaz, who drives part-time in the ARCA Menards Series and has been racing as part of the CARS Tour, comes into Martinsville 2nd in the points. He finished fourth at both South Boston and Langley.

Mason Diaz and Bobby McCarty via FloRacing

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Landon Pembelton, who won last year’s race is also a driver to keep an eye on. He’s currently 9th in the Virginia Triple Crown standings and finished 5th in the track championship at South Boston behind Layne Riggs, Peyton Sellers, Jacob Borst, and Camden Gullie.

Langley Speedway track champion Brenden “Butterbean” Queen will also be a driver to watch as he looks to take home the win. Dominion Raceway runner-up Doug Barnes Jr. and his brother Trent Barnes will also be tough competition.

A number of CARS Tour regulars aside from Fryar and Kvapil could also be dangerous including Kaden Honeycutt, Carter Langley, and Connor Hall.

Landon Pembelton via FloRacing

Qualifying begins on Friday, September 23rd at 8 p.m. ET. On Saturday September 24, the first of four qualifying races begins at 3:00 p.m. If you can’t make it to the track, it’s available to watch on FloRacing. The feature race begins at 7:00 p.m. ET.

See the full list of drivers entered to qualify for the race below:

  1. Dylan Ward
  2. Trent Barnes
  3. Doug Barnes Jr.
  4. Zack Clifton
  5. Landon Pembelton
  6. Ryan Wilson
  7. Jason Myers
  8. Kres VanDyke
  9. Jaiden Reyna
  10. Sam Yarbrough
  11. Mike Darne
  12. Davey Callihan
  13. Mason Diaz
  14. Blaise Brinkley
  15. Brad Housewright
  16. Jessica Cann
  17. Corey Heim
  18. Daryn Cockram
  19. Matt Cox
  20. Steve Zacharias
  21. Bruce Anderson
  22. Austin Somero
  23. Jacob Borst
  24. Ryan Glenski
  25. Jamie Byrd
  26. Jonathan Worley
  27. Colby Stottlemyer
  28. Chase Dixon
  29. Daniel Silvestri
  30. RIley Neal
  31. Carter Langley
  32. Mark Wertz
  33. Jacob Heafner
  34. Parker Eatmon
  35. Dustin Rumley
  36. Clark Houston
  37. Michael Faulk
  38. Braden Rogers
  39. Mini Tyrell
  40. Thomas Scott
  41. Jake Crum
  42. Ross ‘Boo Boo’ Dalton
  43. Jamie York
  44. Jason York
  45. Brenden ‘Butterbean’ Queen
  46. Andrew Grady
  47. Layne Riggs
  48. Ryan Millington
  49. Conner Jones
  50. Brandon Pierece
  51. Magnum Tate
  52. Mike Looney
  53. Ryan Matthews
  54. Timothy Peters
  55. Jonathan Shafer
  56. Blake Stallings
  57. Eddie Johnson
  58. Katie Hettinger
  59. Andrew ‘Bryce’ Applegate
  60. Cory Dunn
  61. Terry Carroll
  62. Justin Carroll
  63. Camden Gullie
  64. Jimmy Mullins
  65. Jared Fryar
  66. Cole Bruce
  67. Connor Hall
  68. Ty Majeski
  69. Dexter Canipe Jr.
  70. Riley Gentry
  71. Tommy Neal
  72. Austin Thaxton
  73. John Goin
  74. Travis Truett
  75. Carson Kvapil
  76. Peyton Sellers
  77. Kaden Honeycutt
  78. Bobby McCarty
  79. Tate Fogleman
  80. Chase Burrow
  81. Rajah Caruth
  82. Adam Murray
  83. Chris Elliott
  84. Connor Mosack
  85. Clay Jones
  86. Nik Williams
  87. Kyle Dudley
  88. Shane Canipe
  89. Stacy Puryear
  90. Derrick Lancaster
  91. Kyle Barnes
  92. Tristen Barnes
  93. Craig Moore
  94. Trevor Ward
  95. Jason Barnes
Martinsville Speedway via ValleyStar Credit Union YouTube

Who are you pulling to win the ValleyStar Credit Union 300 at Martinsville Speedway?

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