Driver Points
Dean Bowen 292
Ross Bailes 272
Johnny Pursley 270
Chris Ferguson 254
Donald Bradsher 247
Dennis Franklin 244
Brett Hamm 226
Anthony Sanders 206
Ricky Weeks 201
Ben Watkins 174

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Dennis Franklin Leads Last Lap To Garner Fayetteville Win

Ed Gibbons Memorial Race provides thrilling finish between Franklin and Milliken

Mark Huey - Carolina Clash PR

Fayetteville, North Carolina (3/26/16) - As forecasted throughout much of the week, Saturday's weather was supposed to be perfect. Unlike last week's event

at Lancaster, the weather threat was near zero percent for Saturday. However, when Saturday rolled around, Mother Nature had written a completely different story. Rain threatened the event for most of the day, with a heavy shower accenting pre-race activities. Actually, for some drivers, the rain was an added benefit to help make create a racier track. Yet, for the second week in a row, several cars fell victim to mechanical problems, overheating engines, tire failures, and this week - crashes. Read More


8th Annual Ed Gibbons Memorial Race At Fayetteville Motor Speedway Up Next For Carolina Clash

, North Carolina (3/23/16) - The series' next stop is to Fayetteville, North Carolina for the 8th Annual Ed Gibbons Memorial Race.

The event will honor the 2001 Carolina Clash champion who passed away in 2009. This will be the 62nd race for the Carolina Clash series to be run at the Fayetteville, NC track.

Ricky Weeks and Dennis Franklin have a combined 15 wins between the two at FMS, while Jeff Smith, Ray Tucker and Luke Roffers each have 5 wins apiece there. Additionally, 21 different drivers have tasted victory with Clash, including Earl Pearson, Jr. who is expected to appear with the Dunn-Benson Ford ride on this Easter off-weekend for the national tours. Ed Gibbons was generally considered a frequent visitor to Fayetteville and Lake View Motor Speedways throughout the years, while Sumter Speedway, located near his hometown of Manning, SC, was where you would find him on a typical Saturday night. He had three Carolina Clash wins at Fayetteville. Read More

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