Chris Ferguson successfully took the trip to Victory Lane at Carolina Speedway this past weekend, despite an “up in the air” incident on lap 31.
“It went all black and it was like I hit a dirt bike ramp and the car went up in the air,” said Ferguson.
Ferguson’s No. 22 car took the pole, as well as led nearly every lap of the Carolina Clash Series race until the accident. Even with a damaged race car, Ferguson drove his way back into the first position to gain his eighth win in the Carolina Clash Series.
This is the ZR24 ZeroDrag™ Caliper Package’s very first win–being the second race of it’s recent debut.
“There have been a lot of guys who have won it twice,” said Ferguson, “but now we are the first three-time winners.”
With many family and friends in the stands of his home town track, Ferguson was more than proud to claim his third win at the Carolina Speedway.
Ferguson’s Dirt Late Model race car featured PFC’s CarbonMetallic© pads, V3 ZeroFailures™ discs, and ZeroDrag™ ZR24 Calipers.
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Jonathan Davenport dominated the Atomic Speedway’s Buckeye Spring 50 by grabbing the pole position with the fastest laps, and leading every lap of the race all the way into Victory Lane.
During parts of the race, Davenport was a full second faster than anyone in the whole pack.
“The car was unbelievable all night long,” said Davenport. “It is a great feeling to have a car that handled like that for the entire race.”
Davenport’s Dirt Late Model race car featured PFC’s CarbonMetallic© pads and V3 ZeroFailures™ discs.
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