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Xtreme DIRTcar Series Event at Cochran Canceled, Cherokee Set for Sunday
A rainy couple of weeks have saturated the grounds at Cochran Motor Speedway, forcing Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series and track officials to cancel Saturday's scheduled event. The event will not be made up. The Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series will continue on Sunday at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC, with a 40-lap, $5,000-to-win event, which also includes $1,000-to-win 602 Late Model, $1,000-to-win Stock Outlaw RWYB, $600-to-win Thunder Bomber and $500-to-win Extreme 4 FWD races.
BAILES' BIG DAY OUT: South Carolinian dominates at Cherokee
It's never easy to pull off the coveted "clean sweep" of the competition in a Super Late Model race, especially one at Cherokee Speedway against some of the Southeast's best drivers. But Clover, SC-native Ross Bailes made it look easy on Sunday afternoon by leading every lap en route to his first career Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series victory over Casey Roberts and Johnny Pursley. Bailes' journey to perfection started in Qualifying, where he turned a burning lap of 14.568 seconds and set a new track record. From there, he went on to get the win in Heat 1 which set him up for an outside-pole redraw result.
Ferguson takes third straight Starrette Memorial - Spartanburg Herald Journal
Chris Ferguson, 27, of Mount Holly, N.C., capitalized on another racer's mechanical failure and claimed his third Jack Starrette Memorial in a row Saturday night at Modoc Raceway. The win netted Ferguson $5,022 and his first Ultimate Super Late Model ...