Rising stock car racing star Brayton Haws is attempting his second Martinsville 300 this weekend, and he’s hoping that it will go a little bit better than his first attempt just one year ago. The Youngsville, North Carolina driver was caught up in an incident on the very first lap of the 200-lap showcase and […]

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1: Number of Grandfather clocks that are handed out to the short track world each year.  In the past Modified drivers and K&N Pro Series East drivers have raced for them, but only the Late Model Stocks get the chance these days. 5: Jamey Caudill, Timothy Peters, and Philip Morris lead the way with five […]

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Saturday night at Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC) was a good night for two drivers looking to claw their way back into CARS Racing Tour championship contention.  Kyle Grissom and Deac McCaskill both finished second in their races, and gained valuable points on their championship competitors with one race remaining for the series.   Grissom led […]

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Brayton Haws may not have won at Myrtle Beach Speedway (SC) on Saturday night, but he was still happy with his performance in the CARS Racing Tour BakerDist.com200 Late Model Stock feature.  Haws started 10th and finished eighth, but got as high as the top four during the 100-lap race.   However, Myrtle Beach Speedway […]

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Brayton Haws is heading to the beach this weekend.  No, not to just hang out, but to race.  The CARS Tour is taking on South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach Speedway on Saturday, September 19 for the Bakerdist.com 200 and Haws is looking to regain the Late Model Stock Car series’ points lead at the end of […]

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Mooresville, NC – And then there were two. That’s the number of races remaining on the 2015 inaugural CARS Tour season schedule. For the first and only time this season the tour will travel to the state of South Carolina for this weekend’s BakerDist.com 200 at Myrtle Beach Speedway. The track often referred to simply […]

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This Saturday the CARS Racing Tour descends on Concord Speedway. Though the track is one of the closest for many drivers, not many consider it their “home track”.  With weekly racing extinct from Concord for nearly ten years, the track sees minimal action and just a handful of Late Model events each year, making it […]

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