Crews will be busier than ever at South Boston Speedway this season — Nathan Crews, that is. Crews will defend his Budweiser Pure Stock Championship at the four tenths mile bullring. He will also be running a Late Model Stock Car for part of the season. He may also be wheeling his brother, Daniel Crews’s Limited Sportsman car a few times.
“We’re going to focus on the little car, and hopefully we can win another championship,” Crews said.
“If we had the money, we would definitely try to run all of the Late Model races. I’m hoping to shoot for running at least 10 Late Model races, maybe a few more. I might run a Limited race or two as well.”
Crews has stayed busy during the off season. He and his team completely rebuilt their four-cylinder race car. They also build a brand new Limited Sportsman car for his brother, Daniel. Meanwhile the team is seeking sponsors for Daniel’s Limited Late Model ride.
In addition to all of that, Crews started a new job working for sellers racing. He joined the HC Sellers team to help get things going for the 202o Season.
Crews hopes to continue last season’s success in the Budweiser Pure Stock Division. He dominated last year, winning nine races and finishing in the top five in thirteen of fifteen starts. He has every reason to be optimistic.
South Boston Speedway will open the season on Saturday, March 21, and feature the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour in a 150-lap race. The NASCAR Late Model Stock Cars will compete in Twin 75-lap features. Support divisions will also compete.