Fayetteville Motor Speedway,
Sanction: Fast Unified Engine Late Model Series (Toler Supply 40) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 27, 9:14 am)
Fayetteville gives Hamm third straight FUEL win
Toler Supply 40
- Brett Hamm
- Donald Bradsher
- Gib Gibbons
- Ross Bailes
- Mitchell Coble
- Tim Neighbors
- Colby Jenerette
- Pat Lindsay
- Chris Staples
- Casey Traxler
- Chuck Smith
- Billy Hicks
- Steve Banal
Brett Hamm shows off his check after his third straight victory.
What won the race: Brett Hamm of Newberry, S.C., led all the way at Fayetteville Motor Speedway for his third straight series victory and fourth overall. Hamm won two stops at Cherokee Speedway and on Friday at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, N.C.
Key notes: Ross Bailes ran second much of the way, but slipped back to fifth on lap-23 restart. ... Gib Gibbons also held the second spot before Donald Bradsher posted his second runner-up finish in a row on the series. ... Several cautions slowed the action, and one turned into a lengthy red flag when Billy Hicks climbed the wall and flipped in turn one on lap 24; he was OK. ... Chuck Smith and Colby Jenerette were caught up in the accident. … Among other cautions appearing were for Bradsher (lap 1), Steve Banal’s retirement (lap 10), Casey Traxler’s spin (lap 13) and Jenerette’s flat tire (lap 15). … Chuck Smith was sent pitside on lap 28 after his third unassisted caution.
On the move: Bradsher came from his sixth starting spot to finish second to Hamm for the second straight night.
Winner's sponsors: Hamm's No. 18 is sponsored by Cagle Racing Automotive, Hamm's Marchine Shop, Hamm's Performance Fabrication, Stokes-Trainor GM Superstore Wilson Tractor and WP Racing Shocks.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Ross Bailes of Clover, S.C., had 686 points to lead Brett Hamm (656) and Ricky Weeks (634).
Car count: 13
Fast qualifier: Ross Bailes
Time: 18.186 seconds
Polesitter: Brett Hamm
Heat race winners: Ross Bailes, Billy Hicks
Next series race: August 30, Lancaster Speedway (Lancaster, SC) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.