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Chris Ferguson 416
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Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series Event For June 20th At Wythe Raceway Has Been Cancelled

The Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series event at Wythe Raceway for Saturday June 20, 2015 has been cancelled. The weather forecast for Saturday continues to get worse with rain and storms predicted for the area.

Ross Bailes Wins Second Laurens County Shrine Race

Lap 25 Pass of Race Leader Dennis Franklin Paces Bailes to Third Carolina Clash Victory

Mark Huey - Carolina Clash PR - June 10, 2015
 

On a hot for June afternoon in South Carolina, it was business as usual for the Shriner's of the Laurens County Shrine Club as they settled in for what was a great night of fundraising for the Shriner's Hospital System for

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the 34th consecutive season. Laurens County Speedway was the host track for the 10th event on the Carolina Clash 2015 season and yet another winner found his way to victory lane, marking the 9th different winner in 10 races this season. With rain and thunderstorms surrounding Laurens County and the surrounding areas in upstate South Carolina, the event pressed on and went in entirety. The win would be Bailes' second at the Laurens County Shrine Race, with the other coming at the Carolina Speedway Shrine Race a few years back. This was his fourth race entered with the Carolina Clash in 2015. Dennis Franklin was the event's fastest qualifier as he was the only driver to crack the 13 second bracket with a fast time of 13.824 seconds. Ross Bailes only missed the top marker by just under .3 seconds, as he paced a lap of 14.027. Franklin led the event's first 24 laps, but had to work lapped traffic, which allowed Bailes to close the gap on last year's event winner. Once tied up in traffic, Bailes awaited the right moment to power around Franklin in turn four, leading back to the lap 25 score. Bailes went on to pull away from Franklin en route to the win. The race lasted for 16 minutes and was slowed two times for cautions, with the first coming on lap four when series point leader Ben Watkins spun in turn one. Read More




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