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Justin Labonte Claims First Carolina Clash Victory At Fayetteville Motor Speedway In The 7th Annual Ed Gibbons Memorial Race

Longhorn Chassis finishes one-two as Donald Bradsher scores a runner-up spot

March 29, 2015
Fayetteville, NC

After a pleasantly mild evening greet fans just one week ago in Carolina, “old man winter” decided to break out one last yawn before retiring for the season. It was one of the coldest nights of March this year and definitely bad timing for the Fayetteville Motor Speedway faithful who had to endure seriously cold winds and biting temps this past Saturday for their “hometown track’s” season opener. The Jim Long, Jr. promoted facility was host of the seventh annual Ed Gibbons Memorial Race for the Carolina Clash Super Late Model series event #2 of the 2015 season. Twenty-six cars made their way into the event, but post-qualifying attrition narrowed the field down to 24 cars starting, with the most shocking coming as fastest-qualifier Chris Ferguson of Mt. Holly, NC (for the second straight week) announced via Twitter that his night was to be cut short due to an engine malfunction following qualifying. Read More

Carolina Clash Competitors Move To Fayetteville For Event #2 In 2015 Season

7th Annual Ed Gibbons Memorial Race to Headline Season Opener at Fayetteville Motor Speedway for a $5,000 to win event with the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series

By Mark Huey, Carolina Clash PR

Fayetteville, NC

The stars of the Carolina Clash are set pay tribute to one of their own, a great champion of the series, the late Ed Gibbons. On February 1, 2009, dirt racing in the Carolinas suffered a tragedy that hit to the heart of many regional dirt track fans. Manning, SC native Ed Gibbons died in a tragic automobile accident, leaving the racing world in Eastern North and South Carolina with a tremendous void. Over the span of his 27 year racing history, Ed collected some 400+ career feature wins. Read More




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