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Daily Dirt 04/19/2021 23:54:13

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May 24
Volunteer Speedway,
Bulls Gap, TN
Sanction: Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series - $4,000
Information provided by: Richard Allen and series reports (last updated May 25, 6:35 am)
Ferguson leads all 40 laps for Clash at Gap
  1. Chris Ferguson
  2. Brad Neat
  3. Kennie Compton Jr.
  4. Zack Mitchell
  5. Jason Welshan
  6. Dennis Franklin
  7. Randle Chupp
  8. Vic Hill
  9. Bobby Mays
  10. Johnny Pursley
  11. Kyle Pierce
  12. Ricky Weeks
  13. Jeff Wolfenbarger
  14. Mike Gault
  15. Kevin Wilson
  16. Ellery Leake
  17. Doug Sanders
  18. Chad Ogle
  19. Jonathan Edwards
  20. Jeff Neubert
  21. Mark Douglas
  22. Anthony Sanders
  23. Scott Shirey
  24. Matt Henderson
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Chris Ferguson led every lap Saturday for a victory at Volunteer.
What won the race: Polesitter Chris Ferguson of Mount Holly, N.C., used lapped cars to his advantage and wasn't challenged late in capturing his second victory in as many Saturdays. Ferguson, who earned $10,000 in Ultimate Series action last weekend at Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Va., lapped all but seven competitors and took the checkers 2.765 seconds ahead of third-starting Brad Neat of Dunnville, Ky., in the 40-lapper.
Key notes: Ferguson's fourth career Carolina Clash victory is his first since the 2011 opener at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, N.C. ... Two cautions slowed the action at Volunteer. Scott Shirey slammed the inside pit wall on the third lap, and a lap-nine yellow involved Jason Welshan with the car of Mark Douglas also sustaining damage. ... The North Carolina-based tour made its third visit to Volunteer; in 2001, Austin Dillon and Ray Cook grabbed victories. ... The race was a makeup of a May 10 rainout.
On the move: Semi-retired Randle Chupp, piloting Joey Coulter's No. 2C machine, rallied from his 13th starting spot to finish seventh.
Winner's sponsors: Ferguson's family-owned Warrior Chassis machine is powered by a Clements Race Engine and carries sponsorship Great America Beershine, Keith's Handyman Services, Langley Collision Centers, Big A Custom Graphics and CV Products.
Points chase: Dennis Franklin of Gaffney, S.C., moved into the points lead with his sixth-place finish; Brandon Overton of Appling, Ga., the Clash points leader heading into the race, didn't compete.
Car count: 25
Fast qualifier: Chris Ferguson
Time: 12.720 seconds
Polesitter: Chris Ferguson
Consolation race winners: Vic Hill, Ricky Weeks
Provisional starters: Ellery Leake, Matt Henderson
Next series race: May 31, Lancaster Speedway (Lancaster, SC) $4,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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