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The Leader Board

Driver Points
Ben Watkins 566
Doug Sanders 502
Kevin Wilson 466
Chris Ferguson 416
Anthony Sanders 406
Josh Langley 386
Tim Allen 366
Joey Coulter 352
Scott Shirey 334
Zack Mitchell 327
Chris Madden 284




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Chris Ferguson Wins At Cherokee

Late race pass of fastest qualifier Josh Langley earns Fergy first Cherokee Clash victory.
 

Mark Huey, Carolina Clash PR
Gaffney, SC

It took one lap for Josh Langley to turn many heads last night at Cherokee Speedway. The head-turning did not last for just
one lap either. He had all eyes

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on #7 as he circled the 4/10 mile oval at the Cherokee Speedway Saturday night for 36 laps as the race leader. Like a pot of water on high heat, the pressure would eventually lead to a boil over. Given the fact that the heat was turned up a few degrees when he and Langley Collision Center teammate Chris Ferguson tightened the gap once the race passed halfway. Read More

Tim Allen Wins at Screven

Mid-Race pass of Casey Roberts vaults Allen to win in a furiously-fast night in Eastern Georgia. Allen is fifth winner in five races for Clash in 2015.

Mark Huey

Carolina Clash PR

Brent Dixon of Elberton, Georgia was a man determined to rebound his 2015 after taking the fast0time in qualifying at Screven Motor Speedway. Dixon was fast in prelims and bested the 20-car field with a lap of 15.225.

However, everyone knew that faster laps were in store during the 40-lap feature. Following a late decision by track owner Redd Griffin to wet the racing surface moments before hot laps, everyone settled in and waited for the surface to come back in. The extreme wet conditions would slow the pace down until around the halfway point of the feature. Read More




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