North Carolinian earns second BFO Speedway Series title


BRISTOL, Tenn. – Simply put, Kris Furr was ready to get back to work. His job? Juking and jumping over Spanish fighting bulls. 


After suffering a groin injury last month in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Furr proved why he remains one of the best in the business by winning the Bullfighters Only Speedway Series stop at the Bristol Motor Speedway. He put on two high-marked bouts – an 89 to share the first-round victory and a 92.5 in the Hooey Championship Round – to win the crown. 


“I’m just trying to get back up in the Pendleton Whisky World Standings,” said Furr, the sixth-ranked man in the BFO from Hamptonville, North Carolina. “I’ve been sitting out, and it’s time to get back to it.”   FULL STORY...


Californian on the mend after sustaining serious head trauma 


Bristol, Tenn. - Colt Oder is back on his feet after a scary incident during the Bullfighters Only Speedway Series event at Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday. 


After being tossed in the air and landing hard on the back of his head, the Californian lost consciousness and was life-flighted to a local hospital. Once there, he was sedated and a breathing tube was inserted to allow rest and reduce swelling on the brain. 


On Monday morning at approximately 4:30 am, Oder regained conciseness and gained major stamina throughout the day. He has since been released from hospital and is expected to fully recover. Oder will be sidelined from competition indefinitely.


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