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Sunday, July 24, 2016

Ferguson and Stewart Take Home The Rebel Yell (VIDEOS)

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July 23, 2016) Chris Ferguson of Mt. Holly, N.C. took the lead away from Brent Dixon and Dennis Franklin to lead the remaining 18 laps en route to his first-career Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series victory Saturday Night at Screven Motor Speedway during the Annual Rebel Yell event.
  Ferguson drove the Champion Spark Plugs-sponsored, Clements Racing Engine-powered Rocket Chassis to the $5,300 payday. Ferguson became the fifth different winner in five races so far on the tour
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Top 5 Recap of the racing at EAMS on Saturday 7/23/2016 (Videos will be included as completed.)


Submitted by Lamar McClellan


EAMS Late Model:
1 - #4 Dusty Jones finally picks up his 1st win at EAMS after having so many great runs fall short with parts failures - CONGRATS!!
2 - #00 Jay Elliott - his first top 2 run since opening night of the season - good job Jay!!
3 - #110 Slick Rick Culpepper - gains a couple of points to stretch his points lead to 12 over #K9 Dana Eiland with a solid run.
4 - #14 Patrick Wall - ties his best finish of the year with his 3rd top 5 finish of the year.
5 - #K9 Dana Eiland - good finish, but loses 2 points to points leader Rick Culpepper.


Limited Late Model (Summer Sizzler double $$$, double points):
1 - #19 Josh Cox picks up his 2nd double points win in a row (though not running for points). Great run!!
2 - #14 Josh Taylor - 1st EAMS run this year and ran a challenging 2nd place the last half of the race.
3 - #14 Lavon Sparks - in 2 races this year, he's had a 3rd and a 2nd - good work!!
4 - #12 Thomas Lewis - drives Joey Keyser's car to a solid top 5 finish.
5 - #79 Marc Gooden - 4th top 5 finish of the year.

Carter Dominates GIS Limiteds Lloyd, Payne, Wooten, Ammons, Bruner, Clark Also Take Checkers

PHOTO FROM CONNIE CARTER FACEBOOK


By Rob Lee WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (July 23) – The sigh of relief probably was synonymous with a tire deflating.
  One can only imagine that was Ryan Carter’s reaction Saturday evening at Golden Isles Speedway.
Carter swept the Limited Late Model show, topping off the night with a flag-to-flag win in the 25-lap feature. That followed setting quick time amongst the 13 entries.
  The high was about shot down on Lap 7 after Carter had paced the initial six laps. The caution flew as Carter sat in Turn 2 180 degrees from the correct direction.

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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Barker Showing GIS Championship Form…Again Seven Classes Battle Saturday On The Clay






By ROB LEE
WAYNESVILLE, Ga. (July 20)
– Johnny Barker climbed from his Camaro, mentally replaying the Enduro feature that just took the checkered flag at Golden Isles Speedway....
The fourth place finish July 8 during the Chuck Scott Tribute Race weekend had 12 drivers that placed behind the C & Y Automotive special salivating for that spot.
For Barker, it was his worst finish in five races. The Waynesville, Ga. pilot had two wins and a pair of runner ups prior.
  The hometowner is coming off a 2015 championship run and has quickly raced to the top of this season’s point list. He holds a double digit point advantage over Charles Smith and Billy Ammons. In the new Super Challenge 5 Series, Barker trails Ammons by just four markers with three of five races in.
  The switch from blue to red on the Camaro has just turned up the temperature of racing for Barker as he eyes both the regular season and SC5S titles.

‘Southern Nationals Series’ $5,300-to-win Super Late Models scheduled Friday, July 22 at Swainsboro Raceway

Photo are article from Swainsboro Raceway



SWAINSBORO, GA. — Swainsboro Raceway will host the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern Nationals Series presented by Old Man’s Garage for a $5,300-to-win Super Late Model show on Friday, July 22, with the event being promoted by Ray Cook, Vic Hill and Chris Tilley. This will be the ninth year in a row the Southern Nationals Series has made a visit to our grounds and we look forward to the thrilling racing action they bring with them.
 Also in action with the Super Late Models ($5,300-to-win … $530-to-start) will be the Zaxby’s Crate Late Models, Sunoco Super Street, Daniels Chevrolet Pure Stock, Roger Wheeler Construction Road Warriors, and the Scarehouse of the South 440’s. The Swainsboro Kart Track will also be kicking the dust up during Friday’s racing events.

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Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Donnie Chappell wins in a wild one to take home the UDLMCS Win!

Photo from Stephanie Chappell
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7-16-2016) Barberville ,Fl  The United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series made its return to the Volusia County Speedway this past Saturday night and the action was from start to finish as expected.
 The first feature of the night saw Donnie Ashford take another win in the Allen Plumbing Hobby Stock feature, but not without pressure from Bubba Christen in the closing laps as his #04 made a hard charge to the front and was looking under Ashford for the lead at the stripe. Trevor Gamble, who let most of the first half of the race was third followed by Robert Sirmons and Grady Christen rounded out the top five.
 The main event of the night saw a wild one with the United Dirt Late Model Challenge Series. Jason Fitzgerald would jump out to the early lead over fellow front row starer Blake Spencer and lead most of the first half of the race as it wasn't until the races half way point the first caution flag would come out. at the half way point, the man on the move was fast qualifier Mark Whitener was on a charge from the back of the pack as he needed to switch to a Blake Spencer back up car due to mechanical failure in his #5. When the green came back out the battle was back on for the lead as Whitener would apply heavy pressure so Fitzgerald with only 20 laps to go until the lapped car of Carter Stokes would get into race leader Fitzgerald and Whitner. Fitzgerald was able to continue, but whitener was forced pit side with heavy damage to the right front ending his night. When the green came back out it looked like no one could touch Fitzgerald until the Jacksonville native lost his power plant setting up a dash for the win between Donnie Chappell and Joe Kump. The two would do battle until the end, but it was Chappell picking up the win in his newly acquired Bloomquist Chassis #44. Kump was second followed by David Clegg, Shan Smith and Jeremy Knoll.
 The fireworks did not stop there on the night as the Integrity Painting V8 Thunderstocks also put on a show for the fans from start to finish. Mike Tovet would lead the first several laps once the race got going after several caution flags. David Showers Jr. would be on the move and Dalton Strehle, who was driving for Bobby McCormick, would also be on the march forward challenging for the top spot. The race was red flagged in a scary incident just before half way as Alan Peacock and Chad Scranton go together on the front stretch sending Scranton on a wild ride flipping over Peacock. Both drivers were un injured. When the race resumed the action did as well with Tovet holding off every charge from Strehle and Showers Jr. With only two laps to go Showers Jr. made his winning pass on the 1Shot and went on to score "unofficially**" another win on the 2016 season. Tovet was second followed by Strehle, Bubba Durbin, and Harden McCormick

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Monday, July 18, 2016

Arnold Grabs Gold Helmet on Greenville Gumbo

Michael Arnold in Greenville Speedway Victoy Lane.
(NeSmith Media photo)


 Greenville, MS Michael Arnold has seen great success in his racing endeavors over the last couple of seasons, and has already visited victory lane several times in 2016. He was the 2015 NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series National Champion and is in contention for the 2016 Weekly Racing Championship as well. But one thing that has eluded the Hattiesburg, MS driver has been picking up one of the NeSmith Touring Series golden helmets that are awarded to the winners at national events. That quest has come to an end after Arnold picked up his first golden helmet trophy on Saturday night at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS on night 2 of the Rumble on the Gumbo.