Ben Watkins Puts
"Horns Up" with Fayetteville Victory in Jimmy Smith
Clash Moves to "The Gap" This Saturday
Mark Huey Carolina Clash PR
June 6, 2015, Ben Watkins, his father and former Lancaster
and Chester Speedway veteran Ed Watkins, gathered with
Doug and Brian Martaurano of Camden, SC and the rest of
the Sandwood Company #16 crew celebrating their first ever
It came at Fayetteville. Last night, it happened again.
Ben Watkins set the stage early with Colbert, GA native
Kenny Collins pacing the field to green after qualifying
on the front row. Watkins, knowing how important
protecting the bottom entering turn one on the first lap,
established the pace early. After a few unsuccessful
original starts, the race went to and stayed green for 19
laps, with Watkins leading Kenny Collins and Scott Autry.
Several cautions slowed progress for one-car stalls on
track, but in the second period of the 40-lap feature,
Watkins was never threatened en route to his second Clash
Carolina Clash Returns To Fayetteville Motor Speedway
Tomorrow night, August 1, 2015, race teams and fans will
assemble at the historic Fayetteville Motor Speedway in
Fayetteville, NC to pay tribute to Mr. Jimmy Smith of
Race Tires of America (American Racer), who passed away
on July 18.
This will kick off the second half of the Carolina Clash
season, which has been idle since June 9. Now that the
summer break is over and race teams have been given a
chance to regroup, everyone is ready to get this second
Rock Hill, SC Rookie Ben Watkins will be debuting a
brand new Longhorn Chassis as he brings his points lead
with the Carolina Clash back to Fayetteville, where he
won his first event back on June 6.