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  • Bad luck had been a theme for Bryan Reedy and the Reedy Racing Team in 2019. It seems as if it could happen, it did. That turned around for the crew and driver on Saturday July 6th. Bryan drove the Wood’s Service Centers, Inc., Mobility Plus of VA Inc., DCT Towing & Recovery, Sports Haven Inc., Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs, Faye Curren MKB Realtor, Chris Kocher MKB Realtor, Maxey Seat Cover Center, Virginia Driveline & Differential, Kevin’s Signs, Hedgecock Racing Enterprises, Clark’s Race Engines Chevrolet SS to a lap good enough for 7th on the practice chart out of 17 cars in the pit area.
  • Bryan Reedy and The Reedy Racing Team returned to Motor Mile Speedway on Saturday June 15th for their third race of the year and first 100 lap event of 2019. The previous two races were not to the team’s liking and they were looking to get the proverbial “monkey off of the back” during this race day and night. After a successful practice session on Friday evening, the team had high hopes of a good race on Saturday. The day started off with Bryan settling in sixth on the practice time chart out of nineteen cars.
  • After an 18-month layoff, Bryan Reedy and the Reedy Racing Team were back in action Saturday April 27th at Motor Mile Speedway. After a tough practice session on Wednesday before race night, the team worked hard in the shop to make changes to the racecar in hopes of making it faster for the weekend. Those changes were just what the team needed as during the two pre-qualifying practice sessions on race day; Bryan was in the top ten on the board with twenty-four cars in the pits.
  • Reedy Racing is pleased to announce that another long tenured Roanoke Valley family business, Maxey Seat Cover Center Inc., as a sponsor for 2019. Maxey Seat Cover Center Inc. has been in business for 65 years. Maxey prides themselves on being the leading provider of premium automotive accessories such as sunroofs, leather seats, mobile electronics, roof treatments, and restorations. The sponsorship rekindles a relationship that goes back to the mid 1990’s. Maxey sponsored Bryan’s dad Tink when he raced for long time area car owner James “Chubby” Arrington.

What our fans say...

  • Talk about family traditions! Blessed to be a part of this one!
    Doug Lemon
  • The Reedy family is a racing legacy. Can't think of any better spokesman for short track racing.
    Matt Nichols

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