I took a Sunday afternoon drive over to Boondoxx Speedway to hang out with some of the local racing legends… folks by the name of Sustaire, Welborn, Gore, Day, Redmon, Martin… you know, the names we see at the top of the results every week here in North Texas!
Only this time, there was something different about the racing… and the racers… that I would be watching! You see, this excursion was for the sole purpose of catching a glimpse of the newest crop of Championship Bloodline Racers! Not the ones we know from their visits to Victory Lane so often on Saturday Nights all over North Texas. No, it would be their progeny!
Boondoxx Speedway, Where Legends are Born! Well… I didn’t actually see any legends born, but I did see some in development! Ronnie Welborn, co-promoter with his brother Jeff, told me they saw a need for a track where the kids of the families that raced on Friday and Saturday Night could race their Karts and start their own journey to the Land of Legends! And apparently it’s just what a lot of racers needed!
The names I saw on this day’s lineup were names like Kade, Jayce, Brendon, Bryce, Makayla, Tyler…. Oh! That’s Kade Sustaire, Jayce Gore, Brendon Price, Bryce Batt, Makayla Stepp and Tyler Welborn! You may recognize some of those names… some of them you may not… but from what I saw today, in a few years, you’ll likely know them all!
It’s named appropriately. It’s a journey through the country to get there, but well worth the trip to catch some of the Stars of Tomorrow in development! This was Kole Sustaires Debut in the Karts! Rodney Mize was in one for his first time as well! He was makin laps in a borrowed Kart but already had his eye on a couple that were for sale! Looks like Bryan!
For more info, and directions, go to www.boondoxxxspeedway.com.
IMCA Xtreme Motor Sports Modifieds – 1. William Gould, Calera, Okla., 980; 2. Keith White, Little River Academy, Texas, 955; 3. Ricky Thornton Jr., Chandler, Ariz., 863; 4. Ben Ketteman, Pflugerville, Texas, 794; 5. Tommy Fain, Abilene, Texas, 769; 6. George Fronsman, Surprise, Ariz., and