Double Duty:  Bubba Pollard, John Hunter Nemechek, Dwayne Buggay, Spencer Davis, Anderson Bowen, Dalton Grindle and Hunter Robbins are all planning on running both ends of the SpeedFest 2014 doubleheader this weekend at Watermelon Capital Speedway in Cordele, Georgia.  Those drivers, and potentially more, will be competing in the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour and ARCA/CRA Super Series portions of the SpeedFest event.

Klash: Michigan's Terry Senneker Jr. will head south to run the Pro Late Model race, he'll be the only three-time Kalamazoo Klash winner in the house.

Georgia Home:  Nine of the 22 JEGS/CRA driver entries are from the home state of Georgia.  In the CRA race, 11 of 31 are Peach State drivers.

Revenge: Garrett Campbell will set up in his Super Late Model  looking to rebound after missing the All American 400 last November.  Campbell was at the Snowball Derby watching and working with another team, but that only fueled his fire to run Super Late Models.  Campbell was a standout in UARA with four wins and 12 top five runs in 13 starts.

3.16: The average finish for Bubba Pollard in all SpeedFest events since 2011 in a total of six races.  Pollard has four top five's in a row in the Super Late Model portion and three in the Pro Late Model portion.  He's been second twice and he's been third twice. 

4: Number of tires that can be changed at the break in the Super Late Model race.

4: Number of feature wins by Chase Elliott in SpeedFest history. He is not planning on being in attendance as he prepares for his Daytona International Speedway efforts in both the ARCA Racing Series and NASCAR Nationwide Series races.

11: Lead changes in the Pro Late Model portion of SpeedFest 2013.  It was only 100 laps, but they mixed it up in the top five a year ago to make for some great racing.

12: Johnny Sauter led 12 laps last year at Speedfest before finishing 28th.  He'll be back trying to capture the win after he was left empty handed in 2013.

23: Laps led by Dalton Grindle, the same as his car number, before he lost an engine in the Pro Late Model portion of SpeedFest last year.

24: Number of cautions in last year's Super Late Model event.  Drivers lost their heads and created a wild race that was eventually won by Jeff Choquette.

26: The number of cars listed on the entry form for the starting field in the Super Late Model race.

29: Anderson Bowen's number as he looks to back up his fourth-place finish from last year at SpeedFest. He also won at Watermelon Capital in Pro Late Models in the past. 

77: Local hero David Ragan will be riding in the number 77 car again.  Ragan has been seventh, fifth and third in SpeedFest events and is still looking for his first win.

129: The car number of one to watch Spencer Davis after his solid start to 2014 at New Smyrna.  It's been a calendar year since Davis has run this track in his home state and he's run over 60 races since.  He'll be in the mix.

200: Number of laps for the CRA Super Series main event. 

2011: The year SpeedFest was moved to its new home at Watermelon Capital Speedway. 

SpeedFest Notes and Numbers
Taking a Look at This Weekend's Event at Watermelon Capital Speedway
By Elgin Traylor, Operations Manager - Twitter: @ElginTraylor