April 5 Race Update

Annabeth Barnes Racing Update
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Driver
News and Notes

Race: NWAAS 100 Lap NASCAR Late Model Stock
Date: Saturday, April 5, 2014
Location: Caraway Speedway

Replay of the : Annabeth started the Liberty Buick in the 2nd position. She worked her way up to the 1st position and lead many laps. She fell back to the 3rd position and settled in there for the majority of the race, taking the lead once more before the car started going away. Falling back a little bit, Annabeth was taken out on lap 82. She worked her way back up to 4th before being taken out again, this time sustaining major damage to the rear end. She managed to get back on the track to finish out the last few laps. A huge thank you to all of the folks at Scott McCorkle’s Liberty Buick-GMC Trucks, Basic Finance, Scotty’s Hometown Grill, and BVR Trucking! None of this would be possible without you all!

Social Media: To stay on track with the latest news, information and to view exclusive, behind the scenes content visit Annabeth’s Twitter page – @Annabethh
For additional photos, videos and news visit annabethbarnes.com

Next Event: April 12 at Hickory Motor Speedway

Season Opener Racing Update

Annabeth Barnes Racing Update
NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Driver
News and Notes

Race: Season Opener 100 Lap
Date: Sunday, March 9, 2014
Location: Caraway Speedway

Replay of the Sunday Season Opener: Annabeth qualified the Liberty Buick in the 12th stating position. She worked her way up to the 6th spot until being involved in a late race caution. Although great effort by the crew, the car had sustained too much damage to return to the track.

Social Media: To stay on track with the latest news, information and to view exclusive, behind the scenes content visit Annabeth’s Twitter page – @Annabethh
For additional photos, videos and news visit annabethbarnes.com

Next Event: March 22 at NASCAR Late Model 100 at South Boston Speedway

2014 Is Sure To Be An Amazing Season For AB Motorsports

We are so excited to announce that we will be partnering with our friends at Scott McCorkle’s Liberty

Buick-GMC in 2014 to travel the east coast in the Wheelin All American Series .

Along with our other great sponsors, we plan to take our #12 Liberty car to

South Boston, Caraway, Southern National, Motor Mile, Langley, Hickory, and any

track we see along the way. I could not be more excited to begin this journey.

This season we’re going back to the basics: great driving, great sponsors, great

crew, and of course our amazing fans. Please join us in celebrating the 2014 season!

Motor Mile Speedway

Annabeth travels to VA this weekend to race at Motor Mile Speedway with Rev Racing. She will be driving the #12 Scott McCorkles Liberty Buick-GMC late model. We are very excited to return to Motor Mile after a rain out earlier in the 2013 season. A special
thanks goes out to Rev Racing for their support this weekend, and to the entire Rev Racing crew.

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Myrtle Beach Speedway Results

Annabeth set fast time for the late model feature at Myrtle Beach Speedway this past Thursday. After qualifying there was an issue regarding tires and she was forced to start in the back of the pack. She came home 8th, and hope’s to return to Myrtle Beach Speedway in the future to get the pole and the win that AB Motorsports well deserved.

Myrtle Beach Speedway

AB Motorsports will be at Myrtle Beach Speedway Thursday, the 18th. We are excited to be going back to the 1/2 mile track and have some fun! If you are in the area come out and see some great racing! Annabeth will be driving the #12 Scott McCorkles Liberty Buick-GMC late model!

Faith, Family, and Freedom 2013

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Faith, Family, and Freedom 2013 was a great success! All of us at AB Motorsports send out a special thank you to Scott McCorkle’s Liberty Buick-GMC for inviting us! Annabeth got to meet some amazing fans and we all got to experience some great music and fireworks! God Bless America!

 

BARNES AND MADRID FIND SUCCESS AT HICKORY

CONCORD, N.C. (June 18, 2013) – Annabeth Barnes and Jack Madrid made their return to Hickory Motor Speedway (HMS) on Saturday night to compete in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series (NWAAS) twin-50 races. This was both drivers first race at the track with Rev Racing since May, but the time away didn’t seem to impact their success.

The qualifying procedure on Saturday was different due to the twin-50 schedule. Qualifying order for the first race was determined by the first lap, and qualifying order for the second race was determined by the second lap. Barnes qualified 10th for the first race and eighth for the second, while Madrid qualified eighth and sixth respectively.

Barnes had her best finish of the season, fourth, in the second twin-50 race. She came home eighth in the first race, giving her two top-10 finishes for the night. Madrid was coming off a season best fifth place finish his last time at Hickory, and managed to bring home a sixth place finish for the first race. He was running third in the second race, and looking to come home with a top-three finish, but was tangled in a wreck with two laps to go and came home ninth.