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Driver Points
Jonathan Davenport 72
Brandon Overton 68
Kyle Pierce 64
Scott Shirey 61
Anthony Sanders 56
Johnny Pursley 56
Zack Mitchell 55
Dennis Franklin 55
Kennie Compton, Jr 53
Jonathan Edwards 53
Tim Allen 43

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“Superman” Leads Flag-To-Flag To Score Fayetteville Victory In 6th Annual Ed Gibbons Memorial Race

Mark Huey, Carolina Clash Press

April 6, 2014 - Gibbons Memorial Race a Thriller for Packed Fayetteville Opener

In the 54th Carolina Clash event all-time at Fayetteville Motor Speedway, Jonathan Davenport (aka “Superman”) of Blairsville, Georgia took the lead on the opening lap, avoided a minefield of flat tires, and fought in and out of traffic to become the 22nd different Carolina Clash winner at Fayetteville. Davenport started the race from the pole position as he was the fastest qualifier for the event at 17.008 seconds. Justin Labonte was second fastest.

Davenport noticed how the track was beginning to blacken over around lap 10 and knew that saving his best for last would be the key to victory – and the successful veteran driver was spot on. Once the field made it to halfway, many contenders began experiencing tire failures on the right-rear of their cars. However, once they returned, it was to the delight of the fans, watching them move in and around traffic by utilizing the high-groove of the circuit.

Heat Races - Kyle Pierce and Scott Autry each captured wins in the heat races, after the top ten were locked in to the 30 car field after qualifying. Series champion Dennis Franklin finished second in his heat race as he continues to search for answers... Read More

Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series Event At Lancaster For Saturday March 29th Postponed

Officials of the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series and track officials at Lancaster Speedway have decided to postpone the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series event along with all racing for Saturday March 29th due to the current weather forecast and rain. The Carolina Clash event will be rescheduled later in the season. The next stop for the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series will be Saturday April 5th as the series will head to Fayetteville Motor Speedway located in Fayetteville, North Carolina for a 40 lap $4,000 to win showdown.

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