About Driver Seat Racing  and
the Southern Pro Am Truck Series

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Driver Seat Racing and the Southern Pro Am Truck Series provides stock car and pro truck drivers with a fun and an equally competitive racing experience.  The Series is made up of professional and amateur stock car drivers that either rent or own a pro truck.

The Southern Pro Am Truck Series mission is to grow the number of pro trucks in the southeast by facilitating a fair and equal playing field and by encouraging pro truck teams to help those, that are new to the Series, become more competitive.  To accomplish this mission, the Series and its members continue to make rule improvements that are in line with a modest racing budget and by conducting consistent and unbiased tech inspections of all pro trucks. Please contact us to become a member, volunteer or sponsor of the Series.

Next Scheduled Race:  Crisp Motorsport Park Aug, 5, 2017

Series business partners & sponsors


Points Standing

As of 6/3/17


1. 131  Blake Haddock        298
2.    31  Rodney Haddock   294
3.    44  Paul Grynewicz       278
4.    13  Taylor Hosford         274                                 5.     48  Jacob  Trey                184                                6.       9  Cole Partelo                98                               7.      54 John Thompson        98                             8.     32  Dean Butrum             96                                 9.     66  Scott McKay               94

Bronson Speedway June 10th, 2017 has been canceled as a Southern Pro Am Truck Series Race.

June 3, 2017

We want to thank Crisp Motorsports Park for hosting the Southern Pro Am Truck Series again for our 2nd time at the speedway.

#54 John Thompson from Mobile, AL set the feild by a earlier 5 lap qualifying run of fastest time of 18.106.  Followed by #131 Blake Haddock, #31 Rodney Haddock of Hillard, FL, #13 Taylor Hosford of Madison, FL and #48 Jacob Mengel of Hudson, FL

John Thompson on the pole for the SPATS Feature would lead the early laps with the #131 Silverado of Blake Haddock and team mate #31 Randy Haddock a close 2nd & 3rd, Taylor Hosford stayed in reach of 2nd and 3rd for most of the first half of the race.  Hosford and Jacob Trey battle for nearly 8 laps until Jacob Trey  truck developed handling issus and bring out the 1st caution of the race.  After the first restart the #54 of Thompson slowly dropped to the rear but rapidley moved back up to a third place finish.  Jacob Trey in his 3rd ever start in a truck showed that he will be a force to deal with later on.  There was great competition durning the 30 lap feature race.  We would like to thank all the fans, drivers, crews and family's that came out to watch.  Our next race is schedule for :


#31 Rodney Haddock