SPEEDWAY CAR REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

SPEEDWAY CAR REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN

Jamaica, VA – Speedway officials have announced that 2019 driver registration is now open for all Aaron’s Dirt Series Championship weekly divisions. Competitors are encouraged to get their registration in before the opening weekend. Registration is once again $100 for the year OR $25 per race. Number choice for the top twenty (20) in 2018 points is secured until February 28, 2019, at that time all numbers will be first come, first served. Competitors can print off the 2019 forms and mail them in with a check or provide credit card info at the bottom of the registration form. There is a $3 convenience fee when using a credit card. There are three forms that MUST be filled out for registration. Please have them all filled out and returned. The forms are (Click links to print): 2019 DRIVER REGISTRATION 2019 DRIVERS INFORMATION SHEET 2019 W9 FORM All FASTRAK Pro Late Model drivers wishing to receive regional and national points as well as your races being counted towards the 10 required for the 2019 World Challenge FASTRAK only event, MUST ALSO register with FASTRAK. (it is a separate form and registration fee). 2019 FASTRAK MEMBERSHIP FORM...

Dennis Franklin Wins $15,000 FASTRAK World Championship at Virginia Motor Speedway in Epic Fashion; David Stremme Sweeps Southeast Modified Showdown

Dennis Franklin Wins $15,000 FASTRAK World Championship at Virginia Motor Speedway in Epic Fashion; David Stremme Sweeps Southeast Modified Showdown

Jamaica, VA – Fifty-five of the best Chevrolet Performance Late Models converged on Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway to decide a World Champion in the $15,000 to win Aaron’s FASTRAK World Championship presented by James River Equipment and Commonwealth Motorsports. In what can only be called and epic finish Dennis Franklin of Gaffney, SC held off 24th starting Devin Moran of Dresdin, OH and 19 year-old Ryan Montgomery of Fairmont, WV in a three wide race to the checkers to take home the $15,000 victory and become the first repeat World Champion in the sanctions 14 year history. “I can’t thank my crew enough for giving me such an awesome race car tonight, to win this race for the second time is unbelievable and to do it in front of such enthusiastic fans is a bonus,” commented Franklin in victory lane. It took a couple of tries but Friday night’s World Challenge winner Ryan Montgomery and Henry Hornsby III led the 27 car field to green. Hornsby would grab the lead out of turn 4 with Montgomery to his inside. The two teenagers battled side by side for 16 laps before Montgomery finally wrestled the spot away. Behind them Dennis Franklin and Jensen Ford battled for third with Franklin finally taking it on lap 17. On the next lap Franklin joined the race for the lead and went three wide with Montgomery and Hornsby for the top spot. On lap 18 Franklin took over second and went to work on the leader. Montgomery kept Franklin at bay in heavy traffic and finally succumbed to Franklin’s advances giving up the lead on lap 35. The fastest car on the track at lap 35 was Devin Moran who had worked his way from twenty-fourth to grab 7th. Behind Franklin Montgomery and Tyler wrestled over second and got inside Franklin for a 3-wide battle for the lead on several laps. The races last caution on lap 52 set up an eight lap dash for the cash. Once under green Moran worked his way to third by lap 54, that’s when the excitement began to happen. With the fans on their feet Franklin, Montgomery and Moran battled three wide for the final five laps. Coming to the checkers three wide Franklin held off Moran who got under Montgomery for second and came with a few feet off stealing the win. But Franklin held on to grab the $15,000 victory and become the first repeat winner in the events 14 year history. Rounding out the top five were Moran, Montgomery, Ross Bailes and Cla Knight. In other action former NASCAR star David Stremme of Mooresville, NC passed Chris Arnold for the lead on lap 21 and then went on to score the victory in the $3000 to win Southeast Modified Showdown for the Southeast Dirt Modified Series. Derrick Ramey of Mooresville, NC was crowned the series Champion in a tight points battle over Taylor Cook of Stanley, NC. Chris Arnold and Ryan Ayers led the Modified field to green with Arnold taking over the top spot and David Stremme following to second. Arnold would pace the field for the first 20 circuits before jumping the cushion in turn 2 to allow Stremme to get by for the lead. Once out front Stremme stretched out his lead on the field while Arnold worked to keep Ayers and Taylor Cook at bay for second. Stremme would go on to win by a 3.063 second margin. Rounding out the top five were Arnold, Ayers, Cook and former NASCAR star David Reutiman. FASTRAK heat race winners were Ryan Montgomery, Henry Hornsby III, Jensen Ford, Dennis Franklin, Corey Gordon and Tyler Bare. B main winners were Jeff Smith and Dillon Brown. Southeast Dirt Modified Series heat wins went to David Stremme, Chris Arnold, Ryan Ayers and Russell Erwin. Fast time was set by David Stremme with a lap of 19.875 seconds. The speedway will now switch its focus to its mud bog facility for the October 8, 2016 12th Annual Down & Dirty Run-A-Muck Mud Bog and Mud Sling presented by James River Equipment and Commonwealth Motorsports. Nine divisions of mud maniacs will “Unleash the Fury” on the state of art 200’ mud bog facility. The event will also include a Monster Truck Free Style Show by Steve Sims in Stone Crusher. For more information, ticket prices and division rules visit www.thepitatvms.com. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2016 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223 RACE RESULTS FOR AARON’S FASTRAK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY JAMES RIVE EQUIPMENT AND COMMONWEALTH MOTORSPORTS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 2016: A-Main (60 Laps) – 1. 2-Dennis Franklin[4] ; 2. 99M-Devin Moran[24] ; 3. 1; 2M-Ryan Montgomery[4. 79-Ross Bailes[13] ; 5. 42-Cla Knight[10] ; 6. 30-Tyler Bare[6] ; 7. 22-Chris Ferguson[7] ; 8. 99T-Teddy Tate[15] ; 9. 83-Jensen Ford[3] ; 10. 1C-Kenny Collins[14] ; 11. 11-David Smith[25] ; 12. 04-David Watts[11] ; 13. 8-Ron Parker[12] ; 14. 39-Henry Hornsby III[2] ; 15. A1-Tim Dohm[18] ; 16. 222-Chris Steele[26] ; 17. 87-Walker Arthur[17] ; 18. 17-Logan Roberson[22] ; 19. 2W-Justin Williams[8] ; 20. 23M-Jimmy MacNamara[16] ; 21. 71D-Davis Lipscombe[27] ; 22. 23-Corey Gordon[5] ; 23. 44-John Ruggiero[21] ; 24. 00-Jeff Smith[19] ; 25. 6-Dillon Brown[20] ; 26. 88-Trent Ivey[23] ; 27. 75-Matt Long[9] Overall Fast Time: Kenny Collins – 19,087 seconds, 94.33 mph. Heat 1, Group A – (8 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 12M-Ryan Montgomery[1] ; 2. 22-Chris Ferguson[3] ; 3. 79-Ross Bailes[4] ; 4. 88-Trent Ivey[5] ; 5. 0-Troy Frazier[6] ; 6. 55-Benji Hicks[2] ; 7. 21-Billy Beachler[7] ; 8. 33-Brent Hilton[8] Heat 2, Group B – (8 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 39-Henry Hornsby III[2] ; 2. 2W-Justin Williams[4] ; 3. 1C-Kenny Collins[1] ; 4. 47P-Mark Parks[5] ; 5. 2X-John Henderson[7] ; 6. 40-Brent Bordeaux[9] ; 7. 33G-Shane Greco[8] ; 8. 99S-Rick Solari[6] ; 9. 5-Robbie Stevens[3] Heat 3, Group C – (8 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 83-Jensen Ford[2] ; 2. 75-Matt Long[1] ; 3. 99T-Teddy Tate[5] ; 4. 00-Jeff Smith[3] ; 5. 44-John Ruggiero[4] ; 6. 77-Joel Prosser[6] ; 7. 5J-Darrell Dow[7] ; 8. 1-Terry Cregger[9] ; 9. 27-Ashley Brewster[8] Heat 4, Group D – (8 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 2-Dennis Franklin[4] ; 2. 42-Cla Knight[1] ; 3. 23M-Jimmy MacNamara[3] ; 4. 6-Dillon Brown[2] ; 5. 18-TJ Salango[6] ; 6. 03-Stephen Childress[7] ; 7. 222-Chris Steele[5] ; 8. 7-Christian Thomas[8] ; 9. 99M-Devin Moran[9] Heat 5, Group E – (8 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 23-Corey Gordon[1] ; 2. 04-David Watts[2] ; 3. 87-Walker Arthur[3] ; 4. 71D-Davis Lipscombe[4] ; 5. 24-Matthew Nance[5] ; 6. 36-Cody Dawson[6] ; 7. 45-David Williams[7] ; 8. 88C-Chris Chandler[9] ; 9. 17T-Camden Testerman[8] Heat 6, Group F – (8 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 30-Tyler Bare[1] ; 2. 8-Ron Parker[2] ; 3. A1-Tim Dohm[4] ; 4. 17-Logan Roberson[7] ; 5. 184-Kyle Lukon[5] ; 6. 47-Matt Quade[6] ; 7. K22-Kenny People[3] ; 8. 11-David Smith[8] ; 9. 84-Matt Hill[9] B-Main 1 – (10 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 00-Jeff Smith[3] ; 2. 44-John Ruggiero[6] ; 3. 88-Trent Ivey[1] ; 4. 33-Brent Hilton[13] ; 5. 2X-John Henderson[5] ; 6. 0-Troy Frazier[4] ; 7. 40-Brent Bordeaux[8] ; 8. 77-Joel Prosser[9] ; 9. 33G-Shane Greco[11] ; 10. 55-Benji Hicks[7] ; 11. 47P-Mark Parks[2] ; 12. 1-Terry Cregger[15] ; 13. 5J-Darrell Dow[12] ; 14. 21-Billy Beachler[10] ; 15. 5-Robbie Stevens[16] ; 16. 99S-Rick Solari[14] ; 17. 27-Ashley Brewster[17] B-Main 2 – (10 Laps – Top 3 Transfer to A Main) 1. 6-Dillon Brown[1] ; 2. 17-Logan Roberson[3] ; 3. 99M-Devin Moran[16] ; 4. 71D-Davis Lipscombe[2] ; 5. 47-Matt Quade[9] ; 6. 03-Stephen Childress[7] ; 7. 84-Matt Hill[18] ; 8. 36-Cody Dawson[8] ; 9. 184-Kyle Lukon[6] ; 10. 11-David Smith[15] ; 11. 222-Chris Steele[10] ; 12. 88C-Chris Chandler[14] ; 13. 18-TJ Salango[4] ; 14. 24-Matthew Nance[5] ; 15. 45-David Williams[11] ; 16. 17T-Camden Testerman[17] ; 17. K22-Kenny People[12] ; 18. 7-Christian Thomas[13] SOUTHEAST DIRT MODIFIED SERIES “SOUTHEAST MODIFIED SHOWDOWN RESULTS: A-Main (30 Laps) – 1. 35-David Stremme[3] ; 2. 99w-Chris Arnold[2] ; 3. 44A-Ryan Ayers[1] ; 4. 21-Taylor Cook[5] ; 5. 00-David Reutiman[7] ; 6. 40-Rick Hulson[12] ; 7. 7-Derrick Ramey[8] ; 8. 84-Ryan Toole[6] ; 9. 04-Russell Erwin[4] ; 10. 51-Joey Polevoy[9] ; 11. 8H-Austin Holcombe[10] ; 12. 14D-David Taylor[16] ; 13. 14J-Jordan Taylor[15] ; 14. 1st-Bret Hamilton[11] ; 15. 48-Lance Grady[18] ; 16. 312-Greg Brown[17] ; 17. 10s-Tim Schulte[22] ; 18. 44B-Steve Bryant[21] ; 19. 11B-Eric Bentley[14] ; 20. 17B-Timmy Blackwell[13] ; 21. 4X-Will Ferguson[23] ; 22. 26x-James Sparks[20] ; 23. 3-William Mongold[19] ; 24. 68-Adam Hoegerl[24] ; 25. 10-Brian Dobie[25] Fast Time: David Stremme – 19.875 seconds, 90.570 mph Heat 1, Group A – (8 Laps) 1. 35-David Stremme[1] ; 2. 21-Taylor Cook[2] ; 3. 51-Joey Polevoy[3] ; 4. 17B-Timmy Blackwell[4] ; 5. 312-Greg Brown[5] ; 6. 44B-Steve Bryant[6] ; 7. 10-Brian Dobie[7] Heat 2, Group A – (8 Laps) 1. 99w-Chris Arnold[1] ; 2. 84-Ryan Toole[3] ; 3. 8H-Austin Holcombe[2] ; 4. 11B-Eric Bentley[5] ; 5. 48-Lance Grady[6] ; 6. 10s-Tim Schulte[4] Heat 3, Group A – (8 Laps) 1. 44A-Ryan Ayers[1] ; 2. 00-David Reutiman[3] ; 3. 1st-Bret Hamilton[4] ; 4. 14J-Jordan Taylor[2] ; 5. 3-William Mongold[5] ; 6. 4X-Will Ferguson[6] Heat 4, Group A – (8 Laps) 1. 04-Russell Erwin[3] ; 2. 7-Derrick Ramey[1] ; 3. 40-Rick Hulson[4] ; 4. 14D-David Taylor[2] ; 5. 26x-James Sparks[5] ; 6. 68-Adam Hoegerl[6]...

Ryan Montgomery Drives from Fifteenth to Score $5000 FASTRAK World Challenge Victory; $15,000 World Championship to Cap off Weekend

Ryan Montgomery Drives from Fifteenth to Score $5000 FASTRAK World Challenge Victory; $15,000 World Championship to Cap off Weekend

Jamaica, VA – To say the 2016 edition of the FASTRAK World Challenge was phenomenal would be an understatement. The race had five lead changes and three and four wide racing all night. In the end it was Ryan Montgomery of Fairmont, WV grabbing the lead from Jensen Ford of Piney Flatts, TN on lap 35 and holding off Henry Hornsby III and Tyler Bare to score the $5000 victory. “After getting by him for the lead earlier I knew if I could stay close to Jensen (Ford) I might have a chance on a restart or in traffic, and when we got in traffic I knew I had to take a shot at him and it worked,” commented Montgomery in victory lane. Henry Hornsby III and Corey Almond led the field to green with Almond leading the first circuit. Almond would pace the field for the first 11 laps before Cla Knight through a slide job on him in turn 4 to take the lead on lap 12. By lap 18 Jensen Ford had worked his way to second and on lap 21 got inside Knight out of turn 4 for the lead. After a violent flip by Corey Almond in turn 1 on a lap 22 restart Ford, Walker Arthur and Jimmy MacNamara put on a three wide clinic for the lead on the next restart with Ford holding on by inches at the line. On the next circuit Arthur swept the outside of Jensen and MacNamara to take the lead out of turn 2 only to have the caution come out yet again and hand the lead back to Jensen. On lap 23 Ryan Montgomery worked traffic to perfection sweeping the outside of lapped traffic along with race leader Ford for the lead. On the lap 25 Ford would get back around Montgomery for the lead. He would only hold that lead for 10 more laps before Montgomery dove inside Ford out of turn four for the lead. With Montgomery leading Tyler Bare would work his way from his eighteenth starting position to take over third. It looked as if he might have the fastest car on the track. But two late cautions allowed Montgomery to hold off the field and go on to the $5000 World Challenge victory. Rounding out the top five were henry Hornsby III, Tyler Bare, Walker Arthur and Kyle Lukon. Heat race winners were Henry Hornsby III, Corey Almond and Cla Knight. B Main wins went to Ron Parker and Mark Parks. Virginia Motor Speedway Victory Lap Pro Late Model Champion Justin Williams set overall fast time with a lap of 18.371 seconds (97.981 mph). The speedway will return to racing tomorrow Saturday September 17th for the $15,000 to win Aaron’s FASTRAK World Championship presented by James River Equipment and Commonwealth Motorsports. The race is open to all Chevrolet Performance Late Models, for the first time in the sanctions history, as long as they pass FASTRAK rules. The night will also feature the Southeast Dirt Modified Series in the $3000 to win “Southeast Modified Showdown”. Competitor gates for Saturday September 17th will open at 8am with spectator gates opening at 4pm. On track activities will begin at 6 pm with hot laps. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. Race fans can go to www.vamotorspeedway.com to view the complete schedule Virginia Motor Speedway’s 2016 season, find detailed event information, get the latest news, and get complete ticket and camping information. In addition, fans can get social with Virginia Motor Speedway by following @vamotorspeedway on Twitter, clicking “Like” at www.facebook.com/VaMotorSpeedway and on www.youtube.com/VaMotorSpeedway. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223 RACE RESULTS FOR AARON’S FASTRAK WORLD CHALLENGE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2016: A-Main (40 Laps) 1. 12M-Ryan Montgomery[15] ; 2. 39-Henry Hornsby III[1] ; 3. 30-Tyler Bare[18] ; 4. 87-Walker Arthur[9] ; 5. 184-Kyle Lukon[17] ; 6. 36-Cody Dawson[23] ; 7. 17-Logan Roberson[14] ; 8. 47P-Mark Parks[19] ; 9. 8-Ron Parker[20] ; 10. 33-Brent Hilton[13] ; 11. 83-Jensen Ford[6] ; 12. 23-Jimmy MacNamara[4] ; 13. 33G-Shane Greco[24] ; 14. 24-Matthew Nance[12] ; 15. 03-Stephen Childress[22] ; 16. 71D-Davis Lipscombe[5] ; 17. 21-Billy Beachler[10] ; 18. 55-Benji Hicks[8] ; 19. 42-Cla Knight[3] ; 20. 222-Chris Steele[7] ; 21. 7A-Corey Almond[2] ; 22. 11-David Smith[11] ; 23. 18-TJ Salango[16] ; 24. 47-Matt Quade[21] Overall Fast Time: Justin Williams – 18.371 seconds, 97.981 mph. Heat 1, Group A – (8 Laps – Top 6 Transfer to A Main) 1. 39-Henry Hornsby III[2] ; 2. 23-Jimmy MacNamara[3] ; 3. 222-Chris Steele[5] ; 4. 21-Billy Beachler[7] ; 5. 33-Brent Hilton[6] ; 6. 18-TJ Salango[8] ; 7. 47-Matt Quade[4] ; 8. 33G-Shane Greco[10] ; 9. 77-Joel Prosser[11] ; 10. 27-Ashley Brewster[9] ; 11. 2-Justin Williams[1] Heat 2, Group B – (8 Laps – Top 6 Transfer to A Main) 1. 7A-Corey Almond[2] ; 2. 71D-Davis Lipscombe[4] ; 3. 55-Benji Hicks[1] ; 4. 11-David Smith[3] ; 5. 17-Logan Roberson[8] ; 6. 184-Kyle Lukon[9] ; 7. 8-Ron Parker[5] ; 8. 99T-Teddy Tate[7] ; 9. 88-Vic Chandler[10] ; 10. K22-Kenny People[6] ; 11. 1-Terry Cregger[11] Heat 3, Group C – (8 Laps – Top 6 Transfer to A Main) 1. 42-Cla Knight[2] ; 2. 83-Jensen Ford[1] ; 3. 87-Walker Arthur[4] ; 4. 24-Matthew Nance[3] ; 5. 12M-Ryan Montgomery[8] ; 6. 30-Tyler Bare[6] ; 7. 47P-Mark Parks[5] ; 8. 03-Stephen Childress[9] ; 9. 36-Cody Dawson[7] ; 10. 40-Brent Bordeaux[12] ; 11. 5J-Darrell Dow[10] ; 12. 0-Troy Frazier[11] B-Main 1 (10 Laps – Top 3 Transfer) 1. 47P-Mark Parks[2] ; 2. 47-Matt Qaude[1]3. 36-Cody Dawson[5] ; 4. K22-Kenny People[6] ; 5. 77-Joel Prosser[4] ; 6. 5J-Darrell Dow[8] ; 7. 99T-Teddy Tate[3] ; 8. 2-Justin Williams[7] B-Main 2 (10 Laps – Top 3 Transfer) 1. 8-Ron Parker[1} ; 2. 03-Stephen Childress[3] ; 3. 33G-Shane Greco[2] ; 4. 88-Vic Chandler[4] ; 5. 40-Brent Bordeaux[6] ; 6. 1-Terry Cregger[7] ; 7. 0-Troy Frazier[8] ; 8. 27-Ashley Brewster[5]...

Speedway adds Fastrak Pro Late Model division to 2013 Lineup

Speedway adds Fastrak Pro Late Model division to 2013 Lineup

Jamaica, VA – With the focus being squarely on growing weekly racing for the 2013 season officials at Virginia Motor Speedway are pleased to announce that the Fastrak Pro Late Models have been added to the Virginia Army National Guard Dirt Series lineup for the upcoming season. The new division will join the Victory Lap Late Models, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modifieds and the Collision One Limited Stock divisions in action each week. “Stan Lester and his staff at Fastrak have developed a proven and track tested product that we feel will enhance our racing at Virginia Motor Speedway and also give competitors a cost effective way to go late model racing,” commented Track owner Bill Sawyer. For 2013 the Pro (Crate) Late Models will compete in a race within a race as they will be paired with the tracks very successful Victory Lap Late Model division. Both divisions will race at the same time with there being a Late Model and Crate Late Model winner each week. As an added bonus the crate late model competitors will receive both late model and crate late model points to go towards the 2013 championships. The speedway is currently working on a division sponsor and point fund for the new division. The speedway’s Pro (Crate) Late Model competitors will benefit from Fastrak sanctioning as they will compete under a proven and cost effective set of rules. By sanctioning the Pro (Crate) Late Models competitors will also have a chance to compete for the Fastrak Weekly Regional Championship and also get the opportunity to race at other Fastrak weekly tracks and in Fastrak regional touring series events on off weeks as well as qualify for the end of year World Championship / World Challenge events. “I can’t say how happy I am to have Virginia Motor Speedway sign on as our newest Fastrak Pro Late Model sanctioned track, the facility is one of the finest in the country and I look forward to building on the tremendous relationship we have with the speedway forged through our Ultimate Super Late Model Series,” commented Fastrak Companies International owner and founder Stan Lester. More details are forthcoming and all potential Fastrak competitors are encouraged to visit the Fastrak website (www.fastrakracing.com) for the 2013 rules package. The speedway has begun to accept registrations for the 2013 season with the top twenty in each class having their number saved until February 15th when all numbers will become first come first served. Competitors can obtain a 2013 registration form by going to the tracks website or by calling the speedway Monday through Friday 10am through 3pm at (804) 758-1867. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway, an ASA Member Track, is a 1/2-mile, dirt oval. The track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area. To learn more about Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway and its 2013 schedule of events, fans may call the Speedway office at (804) 758-1VMS or visit the track’s website at www.vamotorspeedway.com. MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223...