Ronnie Tullis drives the #45 Crate Late
Model Class car in the Fastrak Series. His home track is Winder
Speedway but he can also be found racing at Sugar Creek, Toccoa,
Oglethorpe and Screven Motor Speedway. People who have helped Ronnie
are: Randy Robbins, Mike Head, Lanny Roper and David Frost.
He started racing in 1979 in the Rookie
Class at Winder Speedway because a friend was racing. His first win
was in 1979. Career highlights include Winder Speedway
Championships, Lanier Speedway Championships and Points, and Westminister
Speedway Points Champion.
The thrill of racing for Ronnie is going
fast and being the winner and he loves to see all of his friends and
racing buddies. His most exciting racing moment was winning
the July 4th Championship at Lanier Speedway. Running with Mike
Love, Gerald Davis, Buck Simmons and a lot of the old guys. He's
most proud that even though it has been hard to race these past few years
since Eddie Howington passed away (of Howington Egg Co.), Ronnie ha put
most of the money into his own car and is very proud of his own
accomplishments with what he had.
Ronnie's racing hero is Dale Earnhardt Sr.
Of racing, Ronnie says, "It is fun but
very addictive. Also very expensive!".