The AAS was founded in 2018 with the first season of the series being run in 2019. The purpose of the AAS was to create fair pro-late model racing in East, TN, and the surrounding region. The original intent for the series was to stay within around four hours of Morristown. Due to the great job, the series does on the end of tech and providing racers excellent payouts the series have evolved beyond that in 2023. The AAS Weekly Series was founded in 2020 in order to help give tracks in the region a unified ruleset and to reward the "Weekend Warrior" who races at his home track week in and week out. The series continues to grow and take on new and exciting changes in the 2023 season and beyond!
Joe has been around racing his whole life and has a true passion for a sport. Joe started in racing by hand scoring with his grandpa at Beckley Motor Speedway. He then was trained on scoring with the computer system and started working at I-77 where he fell into the role of race directing and scoring. Before the series he spent his time at Princeton Speedway and has filled in at many other tracks over the years.
Jessi has only be around racing since she has known Joe and from day one, pretty much started helping with back office stuff and paperwork. Before she met Joe she had no idea dirt car racing even existed. Now, she knows, pretty much what it takes to run a whole show, and focuses on handling all the series paperwork.
Head Technical Director
Ronnie is an expert engine man that runs the tech for the series. Ronnie has been around racing for years. He was a crew cheif for Alan Kulwicki and also an engine builder for numerous NASCAR teams most recently at ECR. Ronnie offers his vast knowledge and skills as the head technical director.
I've been going to the races since I was 3 and actively working on cars since I was 10. I've had stints in driving to total 12 seasons. I am the founder and owner of the Red Clay Series and am going on my third year working with AAS.
I’ve been around racing my whole life and started racing my self in 2012. I currently race in the Outlaw Street class at Beckley Motor Speedway. I’ve worked for the AAS since 2019.
I’ve been around racing growing up helping my dad and neighbor. We got back into racing in 2019 and raced alittle bit. we built a new car in 2020 and have been racing it in outlaw street since I’ve been working with the AAS Since 2022.