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Man Lifeflighted from Accident in Stable Condition

Man Lifeflighted from Accident in Stable Condition

A three-car accident caused a man to be lifeflighted to a Macon hospital Tuesday afternoon.

Chief Wayne Cain says the Toomsboro man is in stable condition.

He says a car pulled out of the Walmart parking lot and hit a van that was traveling west, which caused the van to hit a truck that was going the opposite direction.

The pickup truck rolled and the man had to be cut out of the vehicle.

The passenger in the car was sent to the hospital and treated for injuries, and a person in the van was treated on the scene.

Speedway Racing Friday, Saturday Night

Speedway Racing Friday, Saturday Night

Race fans, this weekend is for you! (Especially if you're a dad!)

The Dublin-441 Speedway has two nights of racing planned: Friday and Saturday night.

Friday night will feature practice and qualifying in all divisions. 

Saturday night features Bomber, Pure Stock, Super Street and for the first time, a 40-lap Ultimate Super Late Model.

On both nights, your kids will also be able to scrable for cash, if they're under six.

Friday night admission: $10 for adults, $5 for kids in the Grandstands.
$20 for adults and $10 for kids in the pits.

Saturday night admission: $15 adults, $5 kids in grandstands. 
$30 adults, $10 kids in pits.

The Speedway is located 6 miles south of I-16 on U.S. 441 in Laurens County.

Husband and Wife Win Stock Car Race

Husband and Wife Win Stock Car Race


Husband-Wife win Pure Stock and Bomber Features:  David Ussery won Pure Stock, his Wife Jordan Ussery won Bomber.

Late  Model:  Mallory  Harvey-Baxley, Ron Thomas-Claxton, Blake Smith-Dublin, Eric Baggett-Dublin, Pearson Lee Williams-Dublin

Super Street: Craig Ussery-Milan, Chad Graham-E. Dublin, Ron Dykes-Warner Robins, Steve Burton-Lyons, Curtis Moss-Macon.

Road  Warrior top  five  were: Kylie Avery, Logan Tanner, Graham Stevenson, Austin Owens, Grant Graham all of  Laurens County.

Speedway Honors Late Arlene Pittman with Race

Speedway Honors Late Arlene Pittman with Race


The Arlene  Pittman  Memorial  Stock  Car  Race  is  planned  for  Sat. night,  May 12th  at  Dublin-441 Speedway. 

Arlene  was  the  first  female  Late Model  driver   at  the  Dublin-441.   She  was  runner up  for  track  champion  at  Cochran  Speedway  in 2011.  

She  lost  her life  a few  months  ago with  cancer. 

This  race  will  be  in  conjunction  with  the  Inaugural  Southern  Outlaws  Super Street  Series.  

Gates  open  at  4  p.m.  Racing at 8 p.m. 

For additional information call the Speedway at  478-697-1223.

Saturday Marks Speedway's Fans Appreciation Night

Saturday Marks Speedway's Fans Appreciation Night


Saturday night, May 5th is Fans Appreciation Night at Dublin-441 Speedway.

Track owner Justin McCorkel says,  "We  have a strong fan base every Saturday night, this is just one way of showing our appreciation with 500 gifts to be presented. Also, fans will see a large number of Super Street Drivers priming up for the Southern Outlaw Series next Saturday, (May 12) here at 441."

Races in all divisions begin at 8 p.m. Saturday night.

Speedway Saturday Winners Named

Speedway Saturday Winners Named



Late Model:

  • Ben Faircloth of Swainsboro,
  • Allen Rowland-Macon,
  • Jay Johnson-Moultrie,
  • Mitch Fuldford-Montrose,
  • Steven Bloodworth-McIntyre.


  • Eric Baggett-Dublin,  
  • Montana Dudley-Phoenix City, Ala., 
  • Eric Register-Dexter,
  • Chris Usry-Batesburg, S. C., 
  • Brad Comer-Gray.

Super Street:

  • Jimmy Sharpe, Jr.-Soperton, 
  • Justin Sapp-Cochran, 
  • Sam Odum-Cochran,
  • Cody Gilder-Alamo, 
  • Ken Davis-Macon

Pure Stock :

  • David Ussery-Dublin, 
  • Ron Dykes-Warner Robins, 
  • Rodney Marcus-Dublin,
  • Bobby Piper-Warner Robins, 
  • Tyler Sanders-Dublin.


Air Show Features Blue Angels

Air Show Features Blue Angels

ROBINS, AFB., GA.--The Air Show lineup features performers including the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, F-18 Hornets, the C-130 Hercules, and the Air Force F-22 Raptor.

The air show is free and open to the public and starts at 11:30 a.m.

You can park at the Macon Airport, McConnell-Talbert Stadium and Anchor Glass and then catch bus transportation to the show. The shuttle starts at 9:45 a.m. both days and gates open at 10 a.m.

The shuttle runs until 5 p.m.

See the Dos and Donts of attending.

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