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Chris Ferguson Captures Checkers In 15th Annual Skyler Trull Memorial Race

Ferguson Holds off Late Charge from Ben Watkins; Leads Flag-to-Flag from Pole Position

By Mark Huey, Carolina Clash Press
March 22, 2015
Gastonia, NC

For once, the weather was perfect. For twice, the race track and facility was perfect. For the third time, Chris Ferguson takes the Skyler Trull Memorial Race at the Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, NC.

The winner of the 2009, 2011 and now 2015 edition of one of the Carolina’s “Crown Jewel” events, Ferguson was all smiles and had so many people to thank from victory lane. Chris Ferguson, of Mount Holly, North Carolina, was able to power to the lead on the opening lap and maintain that lead amidst many land-mines that he had to sidestep during the event, which saw his #22 nearly crash out while racing in lapped traffic in the event’s final 10 laps. Read More

The 2015 Carolina Clash Season Kicks Off With A $5,000 Event At The 15th Annual Skyler Trull Memorial On March 21 At Carolina Speedway In Gastonia, NC

Mark Huey - Carolina Clash Press

Gastonia, NC

Weather forecasts are never accurate, but the predicted weather for the upcoming weekend forced Carolina Speedway and Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series officials to postpone the Skyler Trull Memorial weekend at Carolina Speedway for a second weekend in a row. The forecast beginning tomorrow is expected to be cool, wet and uncooperative, as "Mother-Nature" has declared war on dirt track racing around the Carolinas most of the previous three weeks. While the temperatures are expected to be seasonal compared to the frigid temperatures and winter weather that highlighted the previous eight weekends in the Carolinas, a dirt track cannot operate after multiple inches of rainfall. Read More




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