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NASCAR driver Kyle Busch racing in Cordele’s Speedfest in January

Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series star Kyle Busch will race a Super Late Model at Crisp Motorsports Park's "Speedfest" next month.

SpeedFest 2018 moves up a day due to weather forecast

The annual SpeedFest event at Crisp Motorsports Park has moved up a day because of expected rain on the scheduled race day.

Nemechek, Pollard win at SpeedFest 2016

Thousands showed up at Cordele's Watermelon Capital Speedway for SpeedFest 2016.

Reigning Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch will race at Speedfest

Race weekend is January 29-31 in Cordele.

Kyle Busch annoyed by being mistaken for older brother Kurt

Kyle Busch is not getting involved in his older brother's personal issues, and expressed disappointment Monday that he has been mistaken for Kurt in coverage of assault allegations against the 2004 champion.

Elliott storms back for sixth SpeedFest win, Ragan finishes third

Chase Elliott had a flat tire with a hundred laps to go but fought his way back through the pack to win Sunday's Super Late Model Race at Watermelon Capital Speedway. John Hunter Nemecheck won the Pro Late Model race.

Ragan, Nemechek, Burton coming to SpeedFest 2015

Three drivers top the list of early entries for the annual event at Watermelon Capital Speedway.

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FVSU has new ways to reach minority farmers

Agricultural professors at Fort Valley State University are working to help minority farmers.