Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout
Volusia Speedway Park | Barberville, Florida
Friday, January 27, 2023

Tickets can be purchased at the gate.

For more information, call the track at (386) 985-4402

Event Info

Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout
Volusia Speedway Park
1500 East State Road 40
Barberville, Florida 32130 

series Racing
United Sprint Car Series, Street Stocks

To Win Amount

Frequently Asked Questions
To Win Amount

Type of Grandstand
Bleachers, Chairbacks

Stadium Seating
Stadium seats are allowed as long as they don't conflict with the aisle behind you.

Handicapped Seating
All Handicap seating is the first rows of each section

Handicapped Parking
Handicap parking spots available. All spots are first come first serve.

Pit Age Limit
There is no age restriction in the pits. Anyone 17 years of age or younger will need to fill out a minor waiver form and be accompanied by an adult.

Pit Gate Location
East or West side of the Track.

Personal Coolers
Six-pack maximum cooler size. No alcohol. No glass.


Credit Card Use
Pit Gate, Ticket Window

Beer Sales
Beer is available for purchase at the track.

Smoking Policy
No smoking in the Grandstands.

Parking Cost
General Parking Free

Camping Availability
electric hookup, non-electric, onsite, sanitary facility, showers

Camping Cost
$25 a day for dry camping, $50 for hook-up, $75 for electric/water/sewer.

Closest Airport
Daytona International Airport

Other Airport
Orlando Sanford

Track Info
Track Phone
(386) 985-4402

Track Email

Track Type
0.500; dirt oval

Sprint Car Track Record
12.569s by Paul McMahan on 2-10-11; 360 Sprint Car: 14.160 sec. by Brenham Crouch on Jan. 27, 2023; Non-Wing: 16.362s by Thomas Meseraull on Feb. 14, 2023

Late Model Track Record
Super: 15.141 sec. by Billy Moyer on Feb. 20, 2012

Big Block Modified Track Record
16.754s. by Jamie Mills in 2015

Competitor Info
DIRTVision Highlights
Race Recap
DEBUT DOMINATION: 16-Year-Old Ryan Timms Crushes Field in Volusia Debut with USCS Sprint Cars

By Brian Walker

Oklahoma Prodigy Wins Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout Opener by 7.406-Seconds

It was about 4:00pm on Friday when Ryan Timms first laid eyes on The World’s Fastest Half-Mile; Roughly five hours later, the 16-year-old native of Oklahoma City, OK was standing in Volusia Speedway Park Victory Lane.

Producing one of the most dominant victories in recent memory at the Barberville, FL 1/2-mile, Timms lapped up to eighth place and crossed the finish line with an incredible 7.406-second margin of victory. That came after he slid from third-to-first in the opening corner and cruised through traffic like a seasoned veteran.

“I love this place,” Timms said with a smile after taking the $3,000 score. “It’s not like what I thought it would be – in a good way – and it’s such a blast to race. I already can’t wait to be back here and race on this track against the [World of] Outlaws during DIRTcar Nationals.”

After an 11-win campaign last year, the teenage prodigy has quickly put the world on notice that his 2023 season has the potential to be bigger and better yet. He’ll be back at VSP tomorrow for the $5,000-to-win finale of the Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout with the USCS 360 Sprint Cars.

In two weeks, Timms will have another shot at history when he returns to Volusia for the 52nd annual Federated Auto Parts DIRTcar Nationals. Competing with the All Star Circuit of Champions on Tuesday & Wednesday, February 7-8 and then World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series on Thursday-Saturday, February 9-11, Timms is trying to become the youngest winner with both sanctions.

Following the CITGARD Engine Oil, Western Flyer Xpress, CITGO #5T to the checkered flag was Scotland, Ontario native Dylan Westbrook in second. It’s his third runner-up effort with USCS, a trend the Canadian hopes to snap tomorrow as he still chases his first Series win aboard the Hill’s Racing Team #47X.

Rounding out the podium after a sensational race-long battle with Anthony Macri was NASCAR Cup Series star Ricky Stenhouse Jr. in third place. An impressive night for the NOS Energy Drink #17 entry with his father Ricky Stenhouse Sr. on the wrenches.

Closing out the top-10 on Friday was Pennsylvania’s Anthony Macri, Iowa’s Chris Martin, Florida’s Tyler Clem, New York’s Paulie Colagiovanni, Washington’s Devon Borden, North Carolina’s Eric Riggins Jr, and Ontario’s Jacob Dykstra.

The United Sprint Car Series will be back at Volusia Speedway Park tomorrow, Saturday, January 28 for the $5,000-to-win finale of the inaugural Germfree Southern Sprint Car Shootout.

For fans unable to make it to Barberville, you can watch every lap live on


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