South Boston Speedway News
Champions for the 2012 season crowned last weekend at South Boston Speedway
Sep 19, 2012 - updated Sep 19th, 2012 12:51pm
Web posted by Tim Chandler
SouthBoston, Va --
South Boston Speedway crowned its 2012 NASCAR
Whelen All American Series division champions last weekend during the GCR
presents Spaulding Equipment Late Model 150 racing
Matthew Bowling rolled to a third-place finish in the 150-lap NASCAR
Whelen All American Late Model Stock Division race, the featured event of the
night, to lock up the 2012 championship.
The third-place finish was the sixth of the season for Bowling, a
one-time winner during the campaign. Bowling also had two runner-up finishes
this season and finished no worse than eighth in his 20 starts on the historic
four-tenths mile asphalt oval.
Bowling claimed the 2012 NASCAR Whelen All American Late Model Stock
Car Division championship by 18 points over former South Boston Speedway and
NASCAR Whelen All American Series national champion Peyton
Sellers motored to his third victory of the season last weekend, but
came up just short in his bid for another South Boston Speedway track
Bobby McCarty, a seven-time winner in 2012, secured the Limited
Sportsman Division championship by motoring to a third-place finish in the
division’s 50-lap season finale last
McCarty owned a 21-point advantage over six-time winner Danny Willis
Jr. in the final point standings for the season. Willis was the runner-up in the
final race of the campaign last weekend.
A second-place performance last weekend in the final Budweiser Pure
Stock Division race of the campaign earned Trey Crews a division
Crews tallied four wins during the season and won the division
championship by 39 points over Joe Allred III, who motored his way to Victory
Lane seven times in 2012. Allred notched his seventh win of the season during
Saturday night’s season finale.
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