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1983 NASCAR Budweiser Late Model Sportsman Series

CalendarEdit

Calendar as follows[1]

No. Race Title Track Date TV
1 Goody's 300 Daytona International Speedway February 19
2 Eastern 150 Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway February 26
3 Coca-Cola 200 North Carolina Motor Speedway March 5 ESPN
4 Mello Yello 200 Hickory Speedway March 13
5 Miller Time 250 Martinsville Speedway March 20
6 Holly Farms Fried Chicken 399 North Wilkesboro Speedway April 3
7 WDVA 200 South Boston Speedway April 16
8 Coca-Cola 200 Greenville-Pickens Speedway April 30
9 Hampton Chevrolet 200 Langley Speedway May 7
10 Late Model Sportsman 200 Dover Downs International Speedway May 14
11 Southeastern 150 Bristol Motor Speedway May 21
12 Charlotte Mello Yellow 300 Charlotte Motor Speedway May 28 ESPN
13 Busch 200 South Boston Speedway Jun 4
14 Shoney's 200 Hickory Motor Speedway June 11
15 L.D. Swain & Son 200 Orange County Speedway June 18
16 Rose's Stores 200 South Boston Speedway June 25
17 Mason Day Paving 200 Orange County Speedway July 2
18 Goody's Invitational 200 Caraway Speedway July 6
19 Mello Yello 200 Orange County Speedway July 9
20 Coca-Cola 200 South Boston Speedway July 23
21 Goody's 200 Hickory Motor Speedway July 30
22 Virginia 200 Langley Speedway August 6
23 Kroger NASCAR 200 Indianapolis Raceway Park August 13
24 Dapco Auto Parts 200 Greenville-Pickens Speedway August 20
25 Free Service Tire Stores 150 Bristol Motor Speedway August 26
26 Bobby Isaac Memorial 200 Hickory Motor Speedway September 3
27 Darlington 250 Darlington Raceway September 4
28 Miller Time 150 Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway September 10
29 Coca-Cola 400 North Wilkesboro Speedway September 11
30 Miller High Life Invitational 300 South Boston Speedway September 17
31 Autumn 150 Martinsville Speedway September 24
32 Soloman Enterprises 200 Orange County Speedway October 1
33 Miller Time 300 Charlotte Motor Speedway October 8
34 Benny Yount Chrysler-Plymouth 200 Hickory Motor Speedway October 16
35 Cardinal 250 Martinsville Speedway October 30

Goody's 300Edit

Eastern 150Edit

Coca-Cola 200Edit

Mello Yello 200Edit

Miller Time 250Edit

Holly Farms Fried Chicken 3-99Edit

WDVA 200Edit

Coca-Cola 200Edit

Hampton Chevrolet 250Edit

Late Model Sportsman 200Edit

Southeastern 150Edit

Charlotte Mello Yello 300Edit

The Charlotte Mello Yello 300 was held May 28 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

Top Ten Results

  1. Dale Earnhardt
  2. Neil Bonnett
  3. Bill Elliott
  4. Harry Gant
  5. Bobby Allison
  6. Jack Ingram
  7. Joe Ruttman
  8. Tommy Houston
  9. Davey Allison
  10. Joe Kelly (racing driver)

Earnhardt's win was the first NASCAR national series win for All Star Racing, now Hendrick Motorsports.

Busch 200Edit

Shoney's 200Edit

L.D. Swain & Son 200Edit

Rose's Stores 200Edit

Mason Day Paving 200Edit

Goody's Invitational 200Edit

Mello Yello 200Edit

Coca-Cola 200Edit

Goody's 200Edit

Virginia 200Edit

Kroger NASCAR 200Edit

Dapco Auto Parts 200Edit

Free Service Tire Stores 150Edit

Bobby Isaac Memorial 200Edit

Darlington 250Edit

The Darlington 250 was held September 4 at Darlington Raceway.

Top Ten Results

  1. Neil Bonnett
  2. Sam Ard
  3. Jack Ingram
  4. Davey Allison
  5. Ron Bouchard
  6. Glenn Jarrett
  7. Tommy Ellis
  8. Tommy Houston
  9. Bosco Lowe
  10. Pete Silva

NOTE: This race was run on Sunday; under South Carolina Blue Laws, the distance was 250 miles to comply with the ban on Sunday racing unless the race distance was 250 miles or greater.

Miller Time 150Edit

Coca-Cola 400Edit

Miller High Life Invitational 300Edit

Autumn 150Edit

Soloman Enterprises 200Edit

Miller Time 300Edit

Benny Yount Chrysler-Plymouth 200Edit

Cardinal 250Edit

Final Points StandingsEdit

  1. Sam Ard - 5454
  2. Jack Ingram - 5367
  3. Tommy Houston - 4933
  4. Tommy Ellis - 4929
  5. Dale Jarrett - 4837
  6. Ronnie Silver - 4058
  7. Pete Silva - 3945
  8. Jimmy Hensley - 3716
  9. Eddie Falk - 3617
  10. Jeff Hensley - 3444

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "1983 NASCAR Busch Grand National Results". ESPN. Retrieved 2011-05-05.