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Greg Edwards, C.E. Falk split SuperCuts Twin 50s
Jun 26, 2011 - updated Jun 26th, 2011 9:43am
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Hampton Va. --

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
at Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA
SuperCuts Night
Race Report
Saturday, June 25, 2011

HAMPTON, Va. (June 25) — Greg Edwards and C.E. Falk each picked up a victory to split the SuperCuts Twin 50s for the Crossroads Fuel Service Late Model Stock Cars, the featured events of Saturday evening’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program at Langley Speedway.
Danny Edwards Jr., Greg’s older brother, was quickest in afternoon time trials, earning the pole position for the first race with a lap at 89.221 mph. Falk was second-fastest, just 77-thousandths of a second off the pole speed. Dean Shiflett, Greg Edwards and Paul Debolt completed the top five on the 21-car grid.
Race #1: As the opener got under way, Danny Edwards Jr. and Falk dueled through Turns 1 and 2 with Edwards gaining the upper hand midway down the backstretch.
Edwards’ stay at the front was short-lived, however, as Falk ducked underneath him in Turn 1 at the beginning of lap 2. As the leaders exited Turn 4, Falk nabbed the top spot. Caught on the outside, Edwards watched as Shiflett and Greg Edwards streamed past on lap 3. He dropped another position on lap 4 as Debolt motored by.
At the front, Falk had forged a three-length advantage over Shiflett, who was a car-length ahead of Greg Edwards. In the opening circuits, the top five were able to distance themselves from the rest of the pack, which was stacking up behind sixth-place Chris Hopkins. Mark Wertz and Wes Falk finally teamed up to break the logjam on lap 8.
The first caution flag waved on lap 18 when Jeff Shiflett and Dude Gibbs tangled, sending Gibbs for a spin the middle of Turns 3 and 4. As the field bunched for a restart, Greg Edwards gave up the third spot in line to test his luck on the outside of Falk.
Back under green, Falk failed to come up to speed immediately and Greg Edwards pounced, taking command of the event. Dean Shiflett moved up to second, while Falk dropped to third. A lap later, having righted the ship, Falk picked off Shiflett for second, bringing Danny Edwards Jr. and Debolt along with him.
The second caution flag appeared on lap 22 when Wes Falk turned Shiflett off Turn 4, collecting Wertz in the process. Gathering for the ensuing restart, C.E. Falk pulled to the outside of Greg Edwards, looking to recapture the lead.
As the green flag flew, Edwards shouldered Falk aside and darted out front. Falk took a look to the inside of the leader as they reached Turn 1, but came up empty. At the halfway mark, Edwards’ lead stood at three lengths, a margin he would maintain for the next several circuits.
The third yellow flag was displayed on lap 31 when rookie contender Renno Marchetti IV parted company with his right-front tire and wheel off Turn 4. While he was eliminated from the opening race, Marchetti did manage to minimize the damage and returned for the nightcap.
Again, Falk tried the outside line on the next restart and, again, Greg Edwards initially fought him off. On lap 32, though, Falk poked a fender underneath the leader on the backstretch and appeared poised to regain the point.
Before Falk could complete the pass, though, the last of the race’s four yellow flags was unfurled for a three-car incident off Turn 2, involving Terry Carroll, Duane Shreeves and Wes Falk.
For what would turn out to be the final restart, Falk headed back to the outside of Greg Edwards. This time, though, he not only didn’t take the lead, but he also gave up second place to Danny Edwards Jr. Within a handful of laps, the Edwardses had put four car-lengths on Falk, now in third.
At the finish, Greg Edwards was the winner by 0.799-second — about four lengths — over Danny Edwards Jr. Falk was third to the checkers, followed by Brandon Gdovic and Debolt.
Dean and Jeff Shiflett headed the second five, in sixth and seventh, respectively. Hopkins, Wertz and Gibbs completed the top 10. Casey Wyatt, Rick Gdovic, Carroll and Mitch Sarvis were 11th through 14th, in that order, the final drivers on the lead lap.
In Victory Lane after his third win of the campaign, Greg Edwards commented on his effort and the battle with Falk: “It was a great run. This car, when it got in clean air, was just fabulous. It wasn’t very good in dirty air. And, C.E., his car would turn the bottom real good and my car took about four laps to get going. He made a heckuva move on me one time and almost got me. I kept the lead and got out on him. And, that second time, I was just lucky that caution came out. He was getting ready to put me under. I don’t know if I could’ve done nothing back with him. But, after that restart, I just realized I needed to ease it in the corner, drive off as close as I could to the grass and he couldn’t get underneath of me.”
With new faces appearing near the front, Edwards remarked on the increasing level of competition at Langley: “There’s more competition at Langley Speedway than any track in Virginia. Our qualifying’ll show it. From first to fifth is within several thousandths of a second. I mean, that’s like when we go to Martinsville. It’s just crazy. There’s so many cars that are just about as fast as each other, I’m just glad to bring it home for (car owner) James Long.”
Race #2: The lineup for the second 50-lapper was determined by the finish of the first one, putting the Edwards brothers on the front row with Greg on the pole. C.E. Falk and Brandon Gdovic lined up in Row 2, followed by Debolt.
The only caution flag flew on the opening lap when debris, possibly from Hopkins’ car, was spotted on the racing surface. During the caution period, Hopkins parked his car, retiring to a 20th-place finish.
Finally under way, Greg Edwards motored ahead of Danny Edwards Jr. through Turns 1 and 2 on lap 1, leaving Danny in a side-by-side tussle with Falk for the runner-up spot. Falk snagged that position on lap 2 and quickly set off after the leader. By lap 5, Falk was parked on Greg Edwards’ rear bumper.
Falk continued to stalk Edwards until lap 13 when he drove underneath him at the entrance to Turn 1. Though Falk held the preferred inside line, Edwards was able to generate enough of a run off the high side to keep a nose out front for four laps.
On lap 17, though, Falk finally wrested the lead away, clearing Edwards off Turn 4. Danny Edwards Jr. tried to fill the void to the inside of his brother, but was unable to take second. Meanwhile, just behind the lead quartet, Wyatt encountered some difficulty and tumbled from fifth to eighth as Dean Shiflett took his place in the top five.
Passing the halfway mark, Falk had fashioned a three-length edge over Greg Edwards and was beginning to extend the margin. On lap 37, he ran up on slower traffic and Edwards closed the gap. Four laps later, though, he broke into the clear and dashed away.
At the end, Falk notched his fourth win by 0.820-second — about four lengths — over Greg Edwards. Debolt slipped past Danny Edwards Jr. on lap 39 and came home third. Danny Edwards Jr. was fourth and Gdovic was fifth.
Dean Shiflett, Wertz, Marchetti, Doug Godsey and Jeff Shiflett were sixth through 10th, respectively, while Carroll, Shreeves and Wyatt also completed all 50 circuits.
In Victory following the event, Falk noted the rigors of the 50-lap sprint races: “Yeah, we used those Hoosiers up, man. Helluva battle between me and the 21 (Greg Edwards). We put on a show for you guys. I hope you stuck around for it. Man, me and Greg just went at it, but it’s probably gonna be like that all season. Whew! Man, that was a dogfight.”
Asked about the level of competition, Falk echoed Greg Edwards’ sentiments from earlier in the evening: “You’ve got the greatest competition in the Southeast here. Man, we’re just gonna keep going to work. We’ve been to work the past three weeks and they got us a little bit tonight. But, we bounced back and had a great run.”
In the division standings, Greg Edwards gained two points on Falk, the two-time champ, and now trails by just six, 390-384.
The Late Model division will take next week off. They will return on Saturday, July 9, for their biggest race of the year — the Fourth Annual Hampton Heat 200, which offers a $10,000 payday to the winner.

In the evening’s other featured events:

In the 40-lap Heritage Motor Co. Super Street race, Ritchie German assumed the lead on lap 30 and showed the way to his division-leading third victory of the season.
German was the fast qualifier, at 74.976 mph. After spinning a “6” on the inversion wheel, however, he started on the outside of Row 3. John Pereira moved up to the pole position, sharing the front row with Randy Sample. Sean Calway and Tommy Sweeney made up Row 2, while Ryan Nester lined up to German’s inside.
On the start, Pereira and Sample remained side-by-side until they reached Turn 4. Heading back to the flagstand to complete lap 1, Pereira surged ahead, while Calway moved up to challenge Sample for second. Calway nosed ahead of Sample at the end of lap 2 and cleared him on lap 3. On the next circuit, though, Sample returned the favor and regained second place.
While Pereira, Sample and Calway slugged it out at the head of the field, German emerged from the opening shuffle still in sixth, behind Sweeney and Nester.
On lap 7, Sample took aim at Pereira and snagged the lead at the end of the backstretch. On that same circuit, German began to work toward the point, swiping fifth from Nester. Four laps later, he overtook Sweeney for fourth and grabbed third from Calway on lap 13.
Just past the halfway mark, at lap 23, German bypassed Pereira for second. He faced a tall task, though, as Sample had driven away by better than half a straightaway.
The first caution flag waved on lap 30 when Thomas Wilson ground to a halt off Turn 2.
On the ensuing restart, Sample was unable to get going, stacking up the field. Before the smoke cleared, Sample had collected his brother, Jamie Sample, and Nester. As the field circulated under the second caution flag, German moved atop the leaderboard, followed by Pereira and Calway.
Back under green, German managed a slim lead, while Calway scooted by Pereira for second place. That exchange allowed German to pad his lead to three lengths.
The last caution flag waved on lap 35 when sixth-place Nester spun off the track in Turn 3. As the field gathered for a restart, Sweeney gave up his fourth spot in line and pulled alongside German.
As the race resumed, German and Sweeney dueled over to Turn 4 before German gained a firm grip on the lead. Sweeney slid in line in second, just ahead of Calway.
On lap 37, Calway latched onto Sweeney’s rear bumper and carried him “hot” into Turn 1. Sweeney skittered up the track and Calway grabbed second. Sweeney, meanwhile, fell to fifth. With his potential challengers scuffling among themselves in his mirror, German pulled away.
At the finish, German was the winner by 0.952-second — about four lengths — over Calway. Pereira was third, followed by Randy Sample and Sweeney, who expressed his feelings about Calway’s move by spinning the runner-up on the cool-down lap.

In the 25-lap Larry King Law Super Truck feature, Chase McAdams moved out front on lap 8 and sailed to his first career victory, besting three-time winner and division points leader Tommy Nixon.
Nixon was quickest in afternoon qualifying, at 74.427 mph. His luck ran out, though, when it came time to spin the inversion wheel. He dialed up an “8” and was bumped back to the outside of Row 4. Bill Wallace moved to the pole, alongside Chris Roberts. Jonathan Mullett and Curtis Hughes made up Row 2, while Troy Turnage and Robbie Davis were in Row 3. McAdams joined Nixon in Row 4.
As the event got under way, Wallace set the pace for the opening circuit, then surrendered the lead to Mullett in Turn 1 on lap 2. McAdams quickly sliced through the pack, moving up to third, while Nixon was mired back in the field.
On lap 8, McAdams flashed by Mullett to take over the top spot. Behind the leaders, Nixon had started to rumble, cracking the top five on lap 9. He moved into fourth on lap 10, third on lap 15 and second on lap 17. By then, though, McAdams was already up by half a straightaway.
McAdams’ large margin was erased on lap 18 when the only caution flag waved as Hughes stopped on the backstretch. The yellow flag allowed Nixon to close up on the leader’s bumper for the ensuing restart. Meanwhile, fifth-place Davis chose to restart to the outside of the leader.
Back under green, McAdams quickly cleared Davis and set sail. Nixon got by Davis in Turns 1 and 2, only to have Davis switch lanes off the second corner and drive to his inside. Nixon held onto the spot, but the momentary tussle allowed McAdams to establish nearly half a straightaway’s worth of breathing room.
Over the closing laps, Nixon chipped away at the deficit. His charge came up about three lengths short, however, as McAdams won by 0.552-second. Davis tailed McAdams and Nixon to the line, in third, followed by Roberts and Turnage, who fought off Mullett at the line to take fifth.

Chris Hildebrand picked up his first win of the season in the 25-lap EZ Auto of Newport News UCAR feature. Meanwhile, Landon Florian’s four-race unbeaten streak (seven, dating back to last season) came to a stunning end.
Florian was the fast qualifier, at 72.998 mph. He spun a “6” on the inversion wheel and started on the outside of Row 3. The reconstituted top five on the grid were Bill Eaker, Andy Graham, Adam Florian, Sammy Gaita and Hildebrand.
Things went awry at the drop of the initial green flag as Eric Schaffer got into Landon Florian’s rear bumper, sending him spinning just past the start/finish line. Michael Waters, second to Florian in the standings at the beginning of the night, was collected in the melee.
A look at the replay showed a puff of smoke from Florian’s car as the field began to accelerate, a likely sign of engine failure, and his inability to come up to speed precipitated the contact with Schaffer. Florian was the first retiree and ended up 22nd.
On the second try at a start, Adam Florian picked up the family banner and snatched the lead away from Eaker in Turns 3 and 4, bringing Hildebrand along with him. Eaker fell to third, followed by Graham and Gaita.
The second caution flag appeared on lap 4 when Justin Carroll lost his right-front wheel and tire at the end of the backstretch.
Back under green, Florian pulled away, while Hildebrand tussled with Gaita, who had restarted next to the leader. Hildebrand fought off Gaita, then set his sights on Florian.
On lap 7, Hildebrand ducked underneath Florian as they roared into Turn 1. He completed the pass for the lead at the entrance to Turn 3. Just three laps later, he had already fashioned a three-length edge over Florian, who had his hands full with Gaita.
Hildebrand had stretched his lead to half a straightaway when the third, and final, caution flag flew, at lap 18, when Cory Bradley had engine problems in Turns 1 and 2.
On the last restart, Hildebrand bolted from the pack, leaving Florian to contest the runner-up spot with Landon Abbott. Before Florian could shake free of Abbott, Hildebrand was up by four lengths and pulling away.
At the checkers, Hildebrand was the winner by 1.425 seconds — nearly half a straightaway — over Adam Florian. Gaita was third, followed by Abbott and Graham.

Casey Sipe scored his second straight victory in the 30-lap Standard Welding Pro Six feature. He took the lead for good on lap 9 and held off Doug Warren down the stretch to secure the win.
Warren topped the afternoon qualifying session, at 80.466 mph. After spinning a “6” on the inversion wheel, he started on the outside of Row 3, next to Sipe. Kevin Adams assumed the pole, while Warren Smigo, Anthony Perez and Steve Williams lined up in the second through fourth spots.
On the start, Adams and Smigo dueled door-to-door with Adams inching ahead to lead the first two circuits. On lap 3, however, Smigo took command. A lap later, Sipe rolled past Adams, bringing Perez, Warren and Joe White along with him.
Warren snagged the third spot on lap 6, bypassing Perez in Turns 3 and 4. Meanwhile, Sipe had tracked down Smigo and was hunting for an opening.
Sipe found that opening on lap 9, ducking below Smigo at the end of the frontstretch and finishing off the pass off Turn 2. Warren moved past Smigo for second on lap 13. In the meantime, Sipe had zipped away to a half-straightaway lead.
Over the second half of the event, Warren had little success in trimming Sipe’s healthy margin. He got a break, though, when Steven Emerson spun off Turn 4 on lap 26, prompting the first yellow flag and bunching the field.
The second, and final, yellow flag was displayed on the ensuing restart when Emerson and Bobby Hall tangled in Turn 2, collecting Adams.
On the final restart, Sipe and Warren broke away from the pack. Heading onto the backstretch, Sipe extended his lead to almost two lengths. A bobble off Turn 4 on lap 27, however, allowed Warren to close the gap quickly.
On lap 28, Warren drove underneath Sipe through Turns 3 and 4 in a bid for the lead. Exiting Turn 4, though, his car skated loose and he was forced to fall back in line.
At the finish, Sipe was the winner by 0.222-second — a single car-length — over Warren. White was third to the checkers, followed by Smigo and Perez.

In the evening’s opening event, a 20-lapper for the Rhonnda Claiborne, Realtor HRKC Pro Winged Champ Karts, Ryan Hudgins took the lead on lap 18 and scored his first victory of the year.
Charlie-Ray Lorah started on the pole, at 60.185 mph, and paced the first seven circuits. On lap 8, his drafting partners, David Millard and Hudgins, gave him the heave-ho and took over the top two spots. A lap later, Hudgins teamed with Lorah to overtake Millard. One more circuit produced another lead change as Millard went back to the front on lap 10.
Millard led laps 10 through 18. Until lap 16, he had a sturdy drafting partner in Chris O’Brien. On lap 16, though, O’Brien gave way to Hudgins and Lorah, who were on their way back to the front.
On lap 18, Hudgins ducked under Millard on the backstretch and nabbed the lead as they headed into Turn 3. Lorah tagged along, picking up the second spot.
At the end, Hudgins was the winner by 80-thousandths of a second — one kart-length — over Lorah. David Millard was third, followed by Jake Harberts and Daniel Millard.
• • •


NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
at Langley Speedway - Hampton, VA
SuperCuts Night
Race Results
Saturday, June 25, 2011

CROSSROADS FUEL SERVICE
LATE MODEL STOCK CARS - Twin 50s
Race #1:
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (21) Greg Edwards; 50
2. (26) Danny Edwards Jr.; 50
3. (40) C.E. Falk; 50
4. (46) Brandon Gdovic; 50
5. (34) Paul Debolt; 50
6. (12) Dean Shiflett; 50
7. (01) Jeff Shiflett; 50
8. (99) Chris Hopkins; 50
9. (55) Mark Wertz; 50
10. (7) Dude Gibbs; 50
11. (29) Casey Wyatt; 50
12. (64) Rick Gdovic; 50
13. (90) Terry Carroll; 50
14. (88) Mitch Sarvis; 50
15. (05) Doug Godsey; 38
16. (80) Wes Falk; 32
17. (38) Duane Shreeves; 32
18. (14) Renno Marchetti IV; 30
19. (21d)Robbie Babb; 6
20. (34s)Tommy Spencer; 5
21. (40r)Mike Rudy; 2
Pole: D. Edwards - 89.221 mph.

Race #2:
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (40) C.E. Falk; 50
2. (21) Greg Edwards; 50
3. (34) Paul Debolt; 50
4. (26) Danny Edwards Jr.; 50
5. (46) Brandon Gdovic; 50
6. (12) Dean Shiflett; 50
7. (55) Mark Wertz; 50
8. (14) Renno Marchetti IV; 50
9. (05) Doug Godsey; 50
10. (01) Jeff Shiflett; 50
11. (90) Terry Carroll; 50
12. (38) Duane Shreeves; 50
13. (29) Casey Wyatt; 50
14. (7) Dude Gibbs; 49
15. (64) Rick Gdovic; 49
16. (88) Mitch Sarvis; 49
17. (40w)Wes Falk; 3
18. (21d)Robbie Babb; 2
19. (34s)Tommy Spencer; 2
20. (99) Chris Hopkins; 0
Pole: G. Edwards - via Race #1 finish.

HERITAGE MOTOR CO. SUPER STREETS - 40 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (10) Ritchie German; 40
2. (73) Sean Calway; 40
3. (3) John Pereira; 40
4. (24) Randy Sample; 40
5. (84) Tommy Sweeney; 40
6. (2) Rod Busitzky; 40
7. (87) Ryan Nester; 40
8. (05) Thomas Wilson; 40
9. (22) Mike Borden; 39
10. (28) Jamie Sample; 34
Pole: Pereira - Top 6 qualifiers inverted.
Fast Qualifier: German - 74.976 mph.

LARRY KING LAW SUPER TRUCKS - 25 laps
Fin. Pos. (Trk #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (62) Chase McAdams; 25
2. (8) Tommy Nixon; 25
3. (71) Robbie Davis; 25
4. (6) Chris Roberts; 25
5. (90) Troy Turnage; 25
6. (95) Jonathan Mullett; 25
7. (21) Rick Potter; 25
8. (52) Chris Bechtel; 25
9. (19) Bill Wallace; 25
10. (4) Tory Vaughn IV; 25
11. (18) Cory Millard; 25
12. (70) Curtis Hughes; 25
13. (2) Chris Munger; 25
14. (14) Debbie Biesecker; 23
15. (20) Buck Munger; 19
Pole: Wallace - Top 8 qualifiers inverted.
Fast Qualifier: Nixon - 74.427 mph.

EZ AUTO OF NEWPORT NEWS UCARS - 25 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (17) Chris Hildebrand; 25
2. (1) Adam Florian; 25
3. (21) Sammy Gaita; 25
4. (70) Landon Abbott; 25
5. (23) Andy Graham; 25
6. (20) Michael Joyner; 25
7. (98) Matt Morgan; 25
8. (3) Eric Schaffer; 25
9. (57) Ben Zoellner; 25
10. (5) Jesse Jones; 25
11. (2) Michael Waters; 25
12. (11) Kevin Morgan; 25
13. (88) Jon Largena; 25
14. (19) Brandon Johnston; 25
15. (02) Kevin Cooper; 25
16. (06) Chris Flowers; 24
17. (13) Derrick Roberts; 24
18. (71) Tim Wilson; 21
19. (41) Cory Bradley; 17
20. (22) Bill Eaker; 5
21. (90) Justin Carroll; 3
22. (14) Landon Florian; 0
Pole: Eaker - Top 6 qualifiers inverted.
Fast Qualifier: L. Florian - 72.998 mph.

STANDARD WELDING PRO SIXES - 30 laps
Fin. Pos. (Car #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (23) Casey Sipe; 30
2. (51) Doug Warren; 30
3. (47) Joe White; 30
4. (41) Warren Smigo; 30
5. (29) Anthony Perez; 30
6. (6) Bobby Hall; 30
7. (57) Steven Emerson; 30
8. (7) Steve Williams; 29
9. (77) Kevin Adams; 25
10. (62) Dusty Conner; 18
11. (27) Cullen Roberts; 8
Pole: Adams - Top 6 qualifiers inverted.
Fast Qualifier: Warren - 80.466 mph.

RHONNDA CLAIBORNE, REALTOR
HRKC PRO WINGED CHAMP KARTS - 20 laps
Fin. Pos. (Krt #) Driver; Laps Compl.
1. (86) Ryan Hudgins; 20
2. (59) Charlie-Ray Lorah; 20
3. (16) David Millard; 20
4. (8) Jake Harberts; 20
5. (10) Daniel Millard; 20
6. (9) Tommy Sweeney; 20
7. (63) Clifton Savage; 20
8. (99) Chris O'Brien; 20
9. (64) John Savage; 20
10. (46) Adam Chalkley; 20
11. (88) Matthew Leach; 20
12. (60) Sparky West; 20
13. (40) Albert Falk; 20
14. (18) Jordan Wood; 20
15. (71) Shawn Gervais; 20
16. (22) Bobby Gobble; 20
17. (24) Vaughan Crittenden; 20
18. (17) Harold Gay; 20
19. (6) Curtis Hughes; 20
20. (87) Travas Justice; 19
21. (07) Michael Browning; 18
22. (52) Bill Kirwan; 18
23. (3) Kris Robinson; 16
24. (42) Mark Brooks; 14
Pole: Lorah - 60.185 mph.


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Caraway Speedway
Caraway Speedway

Hickory Motor Speedway
Hickory Motor Speedway

Driver & Team Press Releases
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

Editorial

Lonesome Pine Raceway
Lonesome Pine Raceway

ACE Speedway
ACE Speedway

Wake County Speedway
Wake County Speedway

Carteret County Speedway
Carteret County Speedway



Series

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Pass Series Racing
Pass Series Racing

UARA Series
UARA Series

MiniStock Mayhem Series
MiniStock Mayhem Series

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


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