Southern Race Week host William Barber has over 20 years of experience as a journalist, motorsports marketing and even had his time as a race car owner and sponsor.
He attended his first race at the age of three with his dad at their local dirt
track and was hooked from that day. He began in media sales and publishing
before moving into TV & Radio broadcasting. William has also been an
Executive Producer and host of motorsports TV programs for national and
regional cable networks.
“We are adding more and more local drivers to our list to interviews and have partnered with nearly every track we can find….if it has four wheels and goes fast
Southern Race Week team will cover it.” said Barber.
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USCS Outlaw Thunder Sprint Cars Set To Hit The Pavement
Atlanta, GA – June 6, 2013 – In just two weeks, the United
Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars kick off the paved track portion of their 2013 and 17th anniversary season with two
races on June 21st and 22nd. The first high speed paved
track assault will be at the 3/8 mile paved Anderson Motor Speedway in Anderson, South Carolina on Friday, June 21st. On the following
night (Saturday.22nd) the versatile USCS drivers travel several
hours North to invade the 4/10 mile asphalt oval at Lonesome Pine Raceway in Coeburn, Virginia. Both races are scheduled to pay $2000 to the winner and at least $400 for the last place starter in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour A-Main event.
These two races are part of a five-race USCS winged sprint car mini-series of paved track events that concludes on Friday, August 30,
2013 at Atlanta Motor Speedway on their NASCAR Sprint Cup Weekend. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car drivers will be featured in a 50-lap event around the track’s ¼ mile paved Thunder Ring in front of what is expected to be one of sprint car racing’s largest crowds of the 2013 season just after the NASCAR Sprint Cup division completes their qualifying.