The Leader Board

Driver Points
Kennie Compton, Jr. 1202
Dennis Franklin 1192
Kyle Pierce 1185
Anthony Sanders 1167
Kevin Wilson 1162
Johnny Pursley 1161
Zack Mitchell 1144
Jonathan Edwards 1138
Doug Sanders 1137
Scott Shirey 1135
Luke Roffers 257

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Three Drivers Will Battle It Out To Become The 2014 Champion At The Carolina Clash Season Finale

2014 Carolina Clash "Countdown to the Cup Championship" Round #7 at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, NC on October 18, 2014

"THE CLASH BASH" - The King of the Carolinas Season Finale

By: Mark Huey, Carolina Clash Press

As soon as Kennie Compton, Jr. of Bland, VA, Dennis Franklin of Gaffney, SC, and Kyle Pierce of Statesville, NC, each pay their entry fee for the season finale at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, NC next Saturday night, October 18, 2014, they will become the star players in an epic battle for the 2014 Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series championship. Kennie Compton, Jr. has 1201 points, and will be seeking his first career series championship, which will be a first for any driver from the state of Virginia for the Carolina Clash. The last and only time a non-Carolinian took the Carolina Clash title was in 2003 when retired-Georgia driver Ed Basey was crowned the champion. Since then, and prior to that year, it has belonged to a driver from either North or South Carolina, with Franklin returning representing the Palmetto State as a three-time and defending champion. He is the only driver from South Carolina to hold the title.
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Dennis Franklin Wins Carolina Clash Event At Fayetteville Motor Speedway After Tire Results

After starting from the pole Luke Roffers led flag to flag in the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series event at Fayetteville Motor Speedway on October 4th, but due to tire results after the event results have been amended to reflect Dennis Franklin as the official winner of the race. Following a post-race tire sample analysis of a tire taken from the race winner Luke Roffers from during the race event, one of the samples taken was found as not meeting the benchmark provided to the lab. All parties involved in this process have been notified, as well as any other drivers notified of any changes in purse money owed. Read More

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