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Greg Edwards scores 2nd straight doubleheader sweep
Jul 25, 2010 - updated Jul 25th, 2010 11:24am
Web posted by Gary Daughtrey

Hampton, VA --

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
at Langley Speedway


Real Estate & Mortgage Night Race Report Saturday, July 24, 2010

(July 24) — Continuing his push toward a potential track title, Greg Edwards picked up his fifth and sixth wins of the season, scoring his second straight doubleheader sweep in the Real Estate & Mortgage Professionals Twin 50s for the Crossroads Fuel Service Late Model Stock Cars, the headlining events of Saturday evening’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program at Langley Speedway.
Race #1: In the first of the two 50-lappers, Edwards fought off an early-race challenge from Woody Howard, then sailed on to the checkers.
Edwards qualified on the pole, at 88.858 mph, and shared the front row with Howard. Danny Edwards Jr. and Nick Smith made up Row 2, while Brandon Gdovic and Paul DeBolt occupied Row 3.
As the race got under way, Greg Edwards and Howard dueled through Turns 1 and 2 with Edwards gaining the upper hand as the field spilled onto the backstretch for the first time. Danny Edwards Jr. also moved ahead of Howard, who slipped back to third, just ahead of Gdovic and Smith. Gdovic cleared Smith on lap 3 and was followed by DeBolt and C.E. Falk, dropping Smith to seventh.
The first caution flag flew on lap 6 as Mitch Sarvis suffered heavy front-end damage in Turn 4.
On the double-file restart, Greg Edwards quickly pulled ahead of his brother, leaving the door open for Howard, who rushed to the inside of Danny Edwards Jr. Not satisfied just to grab the runner-up spot, though, Howard powered to the inside of the leader on the backstretch.
Greg Edwards was able to nose ahead and lead laps 6 and 7, but he lost out to Howard by inches at the end of lap 8. Edwards scrambled back out front on lap 9 and motored ahead of Howard off Turn 2 on lap 10. Within two laps, he had put a couple lengths on Howard and Edwards Jr.
DeBolt’s race came to a premature end when he fell off the pace on lap 13 and headed for the pits. As DeBolt departed, Smith and Falk moved up to fourth and fifth, although Falk surrendered the fifth spot to Gdovic on lap 14.
The last of the race’s two caution flags waved on lap 15 when Wes Falk and Casey Wyatt spun in Turns 1 and 2.
On the restart, Greg Edwards and Howard went side-by-side until they reached Turn 4. Exiting the corner, Edwards gained the advantage and opened the lane for Danny Edwards Jr., who moved up to challenge Howard for second, a battle that Howard would ultimately win.
Meanwhile, Falk, who restarted in sixth, was on the move. He gained two spots when the field went back under green, then picked off Edwards Jr. for third on lap 18. At the front, Greg Edwards was in command with a six-length lead as Falk closed on second-place Howard.
On lap 26, Falk ducked to the inside of Howard in Turn 2. The two raced door-to-door for a lap with Falk nabbing the runner-up position on lap 27. Edwards Jr. tagged along with Falk, kicking Howard back to fourth.
While positions changed hands in his mirror, Edwards just kept chugging along. By lap 34, his lead had grown to better than half a straightaway.
As Edwards headed into the final 10 circuits, slower traffic loomed ahead. With the caution flag under wraps, it appeared that lapped cars might give Falk his best chance to run down the leader. Edwards waded into traffic on lap 46. If anything, though, he was able to pad his advantage as he sliced through the field.
At the finish, Greg Edwards was the winner by 1.529 seconds — about half a straightaway — over Falk. Danny Edwards Jr. was third, nipping Howard at the line, and Mark Wertz completed the top five.
Smith headed up the second five, in sixth, followed by Gdovic, Terry Carroll, Wes Falk and Wyatt. Rick Gdovic and Matt Waltz were 11th and 12th, the final drivers on the lead lap.
In Victory Lane after the race, Greg Edwards commented on the summery weather (temps well over 100 on Saturday afternoon) and on his tussle with Howard: “Yeah, it was good and toasty tonight and Woody Howard gave me a run for the money. He got into me earlier there and got me sideways and got underneath me and I had to race my guts out to get back clear of him. But, this car was just great again. I don’t know what it’s gonna do tonight. It started getting a little free. Y’know, sometimes you think you’ve got C.E. down and he pops right back up there again, so it’s hard to gain a bunch of points on him. But, this next race should be a doozy. I think you’re gonna see the same thing you saw last week — a lot of side-by-side racing and rubbing and having a good time.”
Race #2: In the second race, Edwards endured five caution flags, including one red-flag delay, in the first 24 laps, then blistered the field over the last 26 circuits to complete the sweep.
The starting grid for the nightcap was determined by the finishing order of the first event, putting Edwards and Falk on the front row. Edwards Jr. and Howard were in Row 2, followed by Wertz and Smith in Row 3.
On the start, Falk remained on Greg Edwards’ flank until they reached Turn 2. Rumbling onto the back straightaway, Edwards pulled ahead and left an opening for his brother, who motored into second. Caught to the outside, Falk also dropped spots to Wertz, Brandon Gdovic and Smith, falling to sixth.
The first caution flag appeared on lap 4 for Doug Warren’s spin off the fourth corner.
As the race resumed, Edwards quickly cleared his brother, who faced an immediate challenge from Wertz. Wertz grabbed the second spot on lap 5, but Edwards Jr. regained the position four laps later. Just behind them, on lap 9, Smith shot past Gdovic to take fourth. All the while, Greg Edwards was getting farther and farther ahead.
The second yellow flag waved on lap 15 for a three-car fracas in Turn 3 and 4. The field was brought to a halt on the backstretch as track workers were dispatched to clean up debris that had been kicked up onto the racing surface.
Four more laps went in the books before the third caution flag was unfurled for Dean Shiflett’s spin off Turn 4.
Trouble broke out again on the ensuing restart as fifth-place Smith got a bit squirrelly along the backstretch. Drivers began to check up behind him, triggering a multi-car mess into Turn 3. Falk, who restarted in sixth, ended up in 10th when the scoring was sorted out.
Returning to green, Greg Edwards quickly pulled ahead of Danny Edwards Jr., who dropped in line on his bumper, while Wertz and Brandon Gdovic battled for third and Smith and Howard tussled for fifth.
The fifth, and final, caution flag appeared on lap 24 when Rick Gdovic spun at the flagstand.
On the restart, the Edwardses again smoothly slipped into single-file formation, while Wertz and Gdovic and Smith and Howard renewed their scuffles. In the battle for third, Wertz gained the upper hand on Gdovic on lap 25, only to see the youngster snatch the spot right back on the next circuit. Meanwhile, Smith edged ahead of Howard for fifth.
With 20 to go, Greg Edwards enjoyed a six-length margin over Danny Edwards Jr., who had opened a similar gap over Gdovic. Deeper in the field, Smith closed in on Wertz, looking for the fourth spot. He snagged the position on lap 41 and set off after Gdovic, the third-place runner.
By the finish, Greg Edwards had extended his winning margin to 2.339 seconds — better than half a straightaway — over Danny Edwards Jr. Gdovic was third, while the hard-charging Smith settled for fourth and Wertz posted his second fifth-place finish of the night.
Howard was sixth at the checkers, followed by C.E. Falk, Wes Falk, Wyatt and Carroll. Rick Gdovic was 10th, the final driver to complete the entire distance.
Returning to Victory Lane for the fourth time in two weeks, Edwards offered a tip of the cap to the crew of his potent #21 machine: “It’s a great night. We hit it tonight. I mean, this car, we’ve been working on it, working on it and, man, that thing was just flawless that last 50. I was kinda worried ‘cause, the last few times we’ve had Twins, people got by me or gave me a hard run. But, this time, the car was just flawless. I’ve just gotta put my hands up to all my crew. They’ve worked so hard on this car every week. I gotta thank James and Mary Lou (Long, car owners) again for giving me a super-fast race car.”
James Long, who fielded Smith’s fourth-place entry as well as the race-winning machine, also stopped by Victory Lane for a few comments: “I’ve got one of the best race car drivers to ever sit in a race car. And, y’know, Nick Smith can drive a race car, too. He was coming. But, Greg’s got an awesome car and he’s an awesome driver.”
In the series standings, Edwards, with his two latest wins, has trimmed C.E. Falk’s lead from 30 to just 16 points, 736-720. Howard continues to hold down third, 36 behind the leader, followed by Danny Edwards Jr., Wes Falk and Wertz, who is only eight points outside of a top-five spot.
The Late Models will be off next weekend, giving drivers and teams an opportunity to gather themselves for the stretch run. They return to action in scheduled Twin 75s on Aug. 7.

In the evening’s other feature events:

In a caution-free 40-lapper for the Langley Fan Club Super Streets, Randy Sample moved out front on lap 9 and cruised to his fifth victory of the season.
Sample was the fast qualifier, at 73.024 mph, but started on the outside of Row 2 after an inversion of the top four. Randy Akers was the pole-sitter in the reconstituted lineup, sharing the front row with Jamie Sample, Randy’s brother. Kevin Alves and Randy Sample made up Row 2, while Ryan Nester lined up fifth.
As the event got under way, Akers grabbed the lead on the backstretch. Jamie Sample slipped into second, followed by Randy Sample, Ritchie German, who started sixth, and Alves.
On lap 2, Randy Sample scooted around his brother for second. German tagged along, nosing ahead of Jamie Sample for third at the line. Akers, meanwhile, took advantage of the early position-swapping to open a five-length lead.
Beginning lap 7, however, Randy Sample had cut Akers’ lead to just over two lengths. Continuing to charge ahead, he was within a single car-length by the time they returned to the flagstand.
Sample launched his bid for the lead on lap 8, ducking underneath Akers in Turn 4. He completed the pass in Turns 1 and 2 on lap 9. After only one more lap, he had already fashioned a three-length edge.
Akers maintained the second spot until lap 15 when German inched ahead. The two battled side-by-side until lap 17 when German gained the clear-cut advantage. The Akers/German tussle allowed Sample to extend his margin to over half a straightaway.
Passing the halfway mark, Sample had added a few more car-lengths to his lead. Slower traffic was just ahead, though.
The leader headed into traffic on lap 27. A couple laps later, he went to the high side to put a lap on Jeff Shannon, who decided to put up a fight for his place on the lead lap. Sample finally cleared Shannon on lap 31. While Sample jousted with Shannon, German was able to make up some ground, but still trailed by over half a straightaway.
Behind the lead duo, Akers gave way to Alves and Nester on lap 28, dropping to fifth in the running order. He fell from the top five on lap 35 as Sean Calway slipped by.
At the finish, Randy Sample was the winner by nearly a full straightaway — 3.798 seconds, to be exact — over German. Alves was third, followed by Nester and Calway. Akers ended up sixth.
With the win, Sample, who missed the season-opening race, has moved atop the division standings. He leads Calway by six points, 290-284. Akers is third, at 280, while Alves (278) and Nester (276) round out the top five. Only 26 points separate the top nine.

In the 25-lap Casey Cycle City INEX Legends feature, Joe Hendricks Jr. took the lead for good on lap 12 and sped on to his third win of the season.
Hendricks claimed the pole position, qualifying at 77.073 mph. Brian May was second-fastest, followed by Steve Keesee, Jamie Price and Brad Hancock.
After one attempt at a start went awry, the field settled down and Hendricks grabbed the top spot, pulling ahead of May in Turn 2 on the opening lap. Keesee moved up to second, while May fell into a side-by-side tussle with Hancock. Hancock quickly gained the upper hand in that duel and opened the door for Price, who moved up to fourth.
The race’s second yellow flag appeared on lap 3 when Kim Forrester spun in Turn 4.
Back under green, Keesee went on the attack. He slipped under Hendricks at the end of the backstretch was ahead by a nose at the line. Stuck on the outside, Hendricks also gave way to Hancock and Price before finding a spot in line.
On lap 5, Price shot past Hancock to take over second place. Within a lap, he was riding Keesee’s bumper, on the hunt for the lead.
Price pushed his machine to the front for the first time on lap 9. He motored under Keesee in Turns 3 and 4 and held the advantage at the stripe. Hendricks, on the comeback trail, picked off Keesee on lap 10 and regained the second position.
The third, and final, caution flag waved on lap 12 when Hancock’s engine expired in Turn 3.
On the restart, Hendricks ducked under Price as they exited Turn 2 and completed the pass for the lead at the end of the backstretch. Price dropped in line on the new leader’s bumper, searching for a chance to return the favor.
Behind the lead duo, Cameron Patrick was on the move, swiping third from Keesee on lap 14. A couple laps later, Spencer Saunders and May scooted past Keesee and knocked him from the top five.
At the front, Price was beginning to lose contact with Hendricks, who had opened a five-length lead. As the laps wound down, though, Price tried to stage a rally.
By the end of lap 23, Price had narrowed the gap to two lengths. That was as close as he would get, however, as Hendricks eased away and won by 0.385-second — about three lengths. Patrick was third to the line, while Saunders and May completed the top five.
Saddled with his second straight last-place finish, Hancock tumbled from first to third in the series standings, giving way to Hendricks, who leads Keesee by 14 points, 364-350. Price and Saunders rank fourth and fifth, respectively.

In the 25-lap EZ Auto of Newport News UCAR race, Adam Florian regained the lead from Chris Hildebrand on the final circuit and posted his fifth win of the year.
Florian was quickest in afternoon time trials, at 72.260 mph, and started on the inside of Row 1. Hildebrand shared the front row with Florian. Sammy Gaita and Landon Florian made up Row 2, while points leader Michael Joyner lined up fifth.
As the race got going, Landon Florian failed to come up to speed immediately, creating a brief logjam as the field headed toward Turn 1 for the first time. The incident allowed Adam Florian, Hildebrand and Gaita to dash away from the pack.
The only caution flag appeared on lap 3 when Jesse Jones spun in the middle of Turns 3 and 4.
Gathering for a restart, Joyner abandoned the fifth spot in line to test his luck on the outside of the leader. He was joined on the high side by Andrew Condrey, Eric Schaffer, Landon Florian, Larry Drommerhausen and Trey Gurganus.
Back under green, Adam Florian quickly dispensed with Joyner. Hildebrand, though, didn’t clear Joyner’s #20 machine until they reached the backstretch. That lag allowed Florian to open a two-length lead.
Shaking free from Joyner, Hildebrand turned his attention back to Florian and narrowed the gap to just a car-length. By lap 8, the lead duo had pulled off by nearly half a straightaway.
Just past the halfway point, Florian got trapped behind slower cars at the flagstand and Hildebrand pounced on the opening, taking over the top spot.
After briefly closing up on Hildebrand’s rear bumper, Florian watched as the #17 car began to ease away. Heading into the final five circuits, Florian faced a three-length deficit.
With the laps winding down, Florian rallied. Closing in on the leader, he made a bid for the lead through the first and second corners on lap 24, only to be turned back.
As the white flag went in the air, lapped traffic became a factor as the top two jostled for position. At the end of the backstretch on lap 25, Florian muscled his way underneath Hildebrand and the two leaned on each other through the corner.
Off Turn 4, with the checkers ahead, Florian surged out front and won by 0.414-second — about two lengths. Hildebrand was second to the line. It was their fifth straight 1-2 finish with Florian now holding a 3-2 edge in race wins. Landon Florian recovered from his first-lap hiccup to take third, followed by Joyner and Gaita.
In the standings, Joyner retained the top spot by eight over Gaita, 358-350. Florian is third, only 12 points back, while Michael Waters and Matt Morgan round out the top five.

T.J. Guthrie dipped into his bag of tricks and pulled out the ol’ bump-and-run on the final circuit to collect his first win in the 30-lap Standard Welding Pro Six race.
Guthrie set the pace in qualifying, circling the track at 78.899 mph. After an inversion, though, he started on the inside of Row 2. Lindsay Bryant moved up to the pole with Matt Mullins alongside, while Casey Sipe shared the second row with Guthrie.
As the race got under way, Bryant and Mullins dueled side-by-side until they reached Turn 4. Returning to the flagstand, Mullins gained the upper hand and began to pull away. Guthrie moved up to challenge Bryant for the second spot, but his bobble in Turns 1 and 2 on lap 3 allowed Bryant some breathing room.
Mullins enjoyed a six-length lead when the first caution flag flew on lap 8 as Bryant and Guthrie tangled off Turn 4. Lining up for a restart, Sipe was the new second-place runner.
Back under green, Sipe stayed on Mullins’ bumper for a few laps before slipping into Guthrie’s clutches. Guthrie stalked Sipe until lap 16 when Sipe slipped in Turn 4 and Guthrie moved to the outside, finishing off the pass in Turn 2 on lap 17. The exchange allowed Mullins to extend his margin to half a straightaway.
The last of the race’s two caution flags appeared on lap 19 and bunched the field for a final sprint. Mullins led the way, followed by Guthrie, Sipe and Bryant.
On the restart, Mullins and Guthrie bolted away from Sipe and Bryant, looking to settle things between themselves. After falling back a couple car-lengths on lap 21, Guthrie closed back in on Mullins and began to hound him for the lead.
With Mullins carefully guarding his inside, Guthrie began to scout an alternative route, looking to the high side in Turns 3 and 4 on lap 28.
In the end, though, Guthrie went with a time-tested maneuver as he rooted Mullins aside in Turns 3 and 4 on lap 30, taking the lead as Mullins chased his car up the track.
At the finish, Guthrie was the winner by 0.336-second over Mullins. Sipe was third, followed by Bryant. Ron McQuillen made an early exit from the festivities and was credited with fifth.

In the evening’s opening feature, a 20-lapper for the Rhonnda Claiborne, Realtor HRKC Pro Winged Champ Karts, Chris O’Brien took the lead on the first lap and led all the way to post his first win of the season.
Bill Dailey started on the pole, at 59.433 mph, but gave way to O’Brien, his front-row partner, as the green flag waved. They were quickly joined by Spencer Saunders in a three-kart breakaway at the head of the field.
In the early going, the field split up into three distinct three-kart drafts. Vaughan Crittenden, Clif Savage and John Savage made up the second draft, while Dannie Wyatt, Charlie-Ray Lorah and Jake Harberts were just behind.
On lap 5, the second and third groups merged with the Wyatt/Lorah/Harberts combo gaining the upper hand.
The O’Brien/Dailey/Saunders group suffered a blow on lap 7 when Saunders fell off the pace and headed for the pits. While O’Brien and Dailey were up by over half a straightaway, their pursuers were chopping into the lead.
With Wyatt pulling the train, the second draft caught up to O’Brien and Dailey in Turns 1 and 2 on lap 17. Heading down the backstretch, though, the challengers became disorganized and the two leaders slipped away.
At the finish, O’Brien and Dailey crossed the finish line in nose-to-tail formation. O’Brien’s official margin of victory was 83-thousandths of a second. Wyatt was third, followed by Harberts and Lorah.
• • •


NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
at Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA
Real Estate & Mortgage Night
Race Results
Saturday, July 24, 2010

CROSSROADS FUEL SERVICE
LATE MODEL STOCK CARS - Twin 50s
** Race #1 **
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (21) Greg Edwards; 50
2. (40) C.E. Falk; 50
3. (26) Danny Edwards Jr.; 50
4. (82) Woody Howard; 50
5. (55) Mark Wertz; 50
6. (12) Nick Smith; 50
7. (46) Brandon Gdovic; 50
8. (90) Terry Carroll; 50
9. (41) Wes Falk; 50
10. (29) Casey Wyatt; 50
11. (64) Rick Gdovic; 50
12. (2) Matt Waltz; 50
13. (01) Jeff Shiflett; 49
14. (45) Doug Warren; 49
15. (7) Dude Gibbs; 49
16. (06) Dean Shiflett; 17
17. (1) Kyle Waltz; 14
18. (34) Paul DeBolt; 13
19. (88) Mitch Sarvis; 5
20. (21B)Robbie Babb; 3
21. (56) Chris Raiford; 3
22. (40D)Bruce Kimmel; 1
Pole: G. Edwards - 88.858 mph.

** Race #2 **
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (21) Greg Edwards; 50
2. (26) Danny Edwards Jr.; 50
3. (46) Brandon Gdovic; 50
4. (12) Nick Smith; 50
5. (55) Mark Wertz; 50
6. (82) Woody Howard; 50
7. (40) C.E. Falk; 50
8. (41) Wes Falk; 50
9. (29) Casey Wyatt; 50
10. (90) Terry Carroll; 50
11. (64) Rick Gdovic; 50
12. (01) Jeff Shiflett; 49
13. (06) Dean Shiflett; 49
14. (1) Kyle Waltz; 32
15. (7) Dude Gibbs; 23
16. (2) Matt Waltz; 18
17. (45) Doug Warren; 18
18. (34) Paul DeBolt; 18
19. (21B)Robbie Babb; 3
20. (56) Chris Raiford; 3
21. (40D)Bruce Kimmel; 1
Pole: G. Edwards - starting lineup for
Race #2 determined by finishing order
of Race #1.

LANGLEY FAN CLUB
SUPER STREETS - 40 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (24) Randy Sample; 40
2. (10) Ritchie German; 40
3. (84) Kevin Alves; 40
4. (87) Ryan Nester; 40
5. (12) Sean Calway; 40
6. (21) Randy Akers; 40
7. (1) John Pereira; 40
8. (01) Renno Marchetti IV; 40
9. (14) Larry Venable; 40
10. (28) Jamie Sample; 40
11. (81) Jeff Shannon 39
12. (2) Rod Busitzky; 39
13. (39) Garrett Willcox; 39
14. (11) Jonathan Mullett; 39
15. (03) Jerry Lamontagne; 39
16. (6) Chris Roberts; 30
Pole: Akers - Top 4 qualifiers inverted.
Fast Qualifier: R. Sample - 73.024 mph.

CASEY CYCLE CITY
INEX LEGENDS - 25 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (30) Joe Hendricks Jr.; 25
2. (08) Jamie Price; 25
3. (20) Cameron Patrick; 25
4. (7) Spencer Saunders; 25
5. (22) Brian May; 25
6. (0) Steve Keesee; 25
7. (99) Sparky West; 25
8. (88) Chris Raiford; 25
9. (87) Darrell Vance; 25
10. (4) Bobby Gobble; 25
11. (38) Kim Forrester; 25
12. (49) Gary Adams; 24
13. (17) Brad Hancock; 10
Pole: Hendricks - 77.073 mph.

EZ AUTO OF NEWPORT NEWS
UCARS - 25 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (1) Adam Florian; 25
2. (17) Chris Hildebrand; 25
3. (14) Landon Florian; 25
4. (20) Michael Joyner; 25
5. (21) Sammy Gaita; 25
6. (22) Bill Eaker; 25
7. (23) Nelson Moody; 25
8. (36) Andrew Condrey; 25
9. (98) Matt Morgan; 25
10. (5) Jesse Jones; 25
11. (57) Ben Zoellner; 25
12. (00) Trey Gurganus; 24
13. (12) Eric Schaffer; 24
14. (73) Jayson Vaught; 24
15. (13) Larry Drommerhausen; 23
16. (10) John Matthews; 23
17. (2) Michael Waters; 11
Pole: A. Florian - 72.260 mph.

STANDARD WELDING
PRO SIXES - 30 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (23) T.J. Guthrie; 30
2. (54) Matt Mullins; 30
3. (14) Casey Sipe; 30
4. (81) Lindsay Bryant; 30
5. (44) Ron McQuillen; 17
Pole: Bryant - Top 4 qualifiers inverted.
Fast Qualifier: Guthrie - 78.899 mph.

RHONNDA CLAIBORNE, REALTOR
HRKC PRO WINGED CHAMP KARTS - 20 laps
Fin. Pos. (Krt #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (99) Chris O'Brien; 20
2. (00) Bill Dailey; 20
3. (88) Dannie Wyatt; 20
4. (4) Jake Harberts; 20
5. (59) Charlie-Ray Lorah; 20
6. (63) Clif Savage; 20
7. (64) John Savage; 20
8. (24) Vaughan Crittenden; 19
9. (89) Shawn Gervais; 19
10. (1) Spencer Saunders; 10
Pole: Dailey - 59.433 mph.


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Dillon Motor Speedway
Dillon Motor Speedway

Caraway Speedway
Caraway Speedway

Hickory Motor Speedway
Hickory Motor Speedway

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Driver & Team Press Releases

Florence Motor Speedway
Florence Motor Speedway

Coastal Plains Raceway Park
Coastal Plains Raceway Park

Richmond International Raceway
Richmond International Raceway

Myrtle Beach Speedway
Myrtle Beach Speedway

Southside Speedway
Southside Speedway

Southern National Motorsports Park
Southern National Motorsports Park

Mountain View Speedway
Mountain View Speedway

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Lonesome Pine Raceway
Lonesome Pine Raceway

ACE Speedway
ACE Speedway

Wake County Speedway
Wake County Speedway

Carteret County Speedway
Carteret County Speedway



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Pass Series Racing
Pass Series Racing

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UARA Series

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MiniStock Mayhem Series

South East Limited Late Models Series
South East Limited Late Models Series


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