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Competition Notice for Lonesome Pine Race

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LONESOME PINE COMPETITION NOTICE
 
-Late Model Stock Cars (LMSC) with Ford crate motors weighing 3250 lbs / 1495 right side will be allowed to compete in Pro Cup event on Saturday October 4th at Lonesome Pine Raceway. All normal Lonesome Pine LMSC rules apply and will be enforced as normal.
 
-Late Model Stock Cars (LMSC) with Chevy motors weighing 3200 lbs / 1472 right side will be allowed to compete in Pro Cup event on Saturday October 4th at Lonesome Pine Raceway. All normal Lonesome Pine LMSC rules apply and will be enforced as normal.

-LMSC entries that purchase 2 new sets of American Racer Tires, pay $300 entry fee, purchase 20 gallons of VP Racing fuel at track, and purchase pit passes at $45 each will be eligible for 100% of purse earnings.
 
-LMSC entries that compete on used American Racer Tires, pay $300 entry fee, purchase 20 gallons of VP Racing fuel at track, and purchase pit passes at $45 each will be eligible for 50% of purse earnings.
 
-Event features 200 laps, cautions count, with a 5 minute break at lap 100. 
 
-Winning purse is $8,000 with $1,000 going to the 10th place finisher.
 

Anyone with questions contact Pro Cup Series office directly at 704-662-9212.

 

The CARS X-1R Pro Cup Series will once again be giving away free tickets for our upcoming race - the Morgan-McClure 200 to be held on October 4, 2014 at Lonesome Pine Raceway. You can print your free tickets HERE

 


 

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Caleb Holman Picks up His Fourth Pro Cup Win of the Season at Coastal Plains

Mooresville, NC 9/22/14- Caleb Holman picked up his fourth win of the 2014 X-1R Pro Cup season Sunday afternoon at Coastal Plains Raceway, after rain forced the running of the Coastal Carolina 200 back a day at the Jacksonville, North Carolina race track. The Abingdon, Virginia driver won the pole in MAHLE Pole Award in qualifying and then led flag-to-flag en route to the victory.
 
“This Coastal Plains track is one of the weirdest places I’ve ever driven that’s for sure, but we still had a good race car all day long. Usually the weirder the place the more I like it,” explained a jubilant Holman in Edelbrock Victory Lane. “It was frustrating to have to stay another day, but the Pro Cup officials made the right call and it worked out pretty good for us as you can see. We’re trying to win this championship and so far we are two for two. I’d say if we can keep this up we’ll be ok. Next up we go to Coeburn (Lonesome Pine Raceway) which is my home track and usually your home track is the place you have your worst luck at; or at least I do it seems.”
 
While Holman was celebrating another team was just as happy with their trip to Coastal Plains. AFR Rookie of the Year leader Codie Rohrbaugh made it a career day finishing just behind Holman in the runner up position. Rohrbaugh, who has shown tremendous growth this season, challenged Holman on several occasions but never quite had what it took to get around Holman’s #75 Food Country USA Chevrolet. Despite that he and his Grant County Mulch racing team were satisfied with their results.
 
“I was doing all I could to keep up with Caleb, he just had a little better car than I did; maybe his veteran experience was a factor too. Overall we actually had one of the better cars we’ve had all year,” noted Rohrbaugh after the race. “Hopefully this gives us a little momentum to close out the year and seal up this rookie title. That was our goal this year and we seem to be getting better as the season winds down.”   
 
Veteran Jeff Oakley rounded out the podium with his third place finish. The veteran driver, led by former NASCAR regular Stacy Compton, matched his season best finish from earlier this year at Memphis.
 
Next up for the X-1R Pro Cup Series is the Morgan-McClure 200 at Lonesome Pine Raceway in Coeburn, Virginia on Saturday October 4th. For more information on this event and the entire X-1R Pro Cup Series visit www.carsprocup.com or contact the series directly at 704-662-9212.

 

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Event Preview: Coastal Carolina 200 presented by Battlefield Tire Pros - Coastal Plains Raceway-Jacksonville, NC

Mooresville, NC 9/16/14: Race two of the 2014 Championship Series could be the biggest X factor on deciding this year’s X-1R Pro Cup Series champion and rookie of the year. Not a single driver entered in this weekend’s Coastal Carolina 200 has ever raced at the 4/10th mile facility located in Jacksonville, NC. That alone leaves a big question mark on the field as to who the “favorite” would be to take home the hardware. In addition, championship contenders will not only have to keep their nose clean and stay out of trouble like most weeks; they must figure out the quickest way around a green tri oval race track that hasn’t seen much action this season. 

 
Coastal Carolina 200 presented by Battlefield Tire Pros Race Notes
NOTES:
Track/Location: Coastal Plains Raceway-Jacksonville, NC&nb season. The Price Georgsp;      &?ite being closed almost nbsp;              Track Size: .400
Event Name: Coastal Carolina 200 presented by Battlefield Tire Pros        Laps: 200 Laps/80 miles           
 
Event Schedule:                                   Series Standings:                      AFR Rookie Standings:
Practice: 2:00pm-2:45pm                   1) #75 Caleb Holman      90         1) #05 Codie Rohrbaugh   67
             3:00pm-3:45pm                       2) #23 J.P. Morgan         -7             2) #88 Doug Barnes Jr.    67       
Qualifying: 6:30pm                               3) #16 Jeff Oakley          -17          3) #54 Matt Craig            -1
Race: 7:00pm                                       4) #66 Reid Wilson         -17
                                                                 5) #56 Gus Dean             -23
 
 
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Flashback to History at Coastal Plains:
Coastal Plains Raceway has hosted two Pro Cup Series races in previous seasons. Both events came in consecutive years, with Shane Huffman dominating the inaugural event in 2001 in route to the victory, followed by Bobby Gill winning in the 150 lap race the following year in 2002. Both winners started on the front row and lead at least half the scheduled distance before pulling into Victory Lane at night’s end. 
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Injury Sidelines Reid Wilson For Coastal Plains

Reid Wilson Racing Regroups Following Southern National Incident

HUNTERSVILLE, North Carolina (September 18, 2014) – - Reid Wilson Racing (RWR) announced today that it will be necessary to sit out this weekend’s X-1R Pro Cup Series event at Coastal Plains Speedway, because of injuries sustained at Southern National (N.C.) Motorsports Park earlier this month.

Contact between Reid Wilson and another competitor in the Gold Leaf 200, sent Wilson’s No. 66 Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits Chevrolet hard into the outside wall and a trip to a local hospital for medical attention.

Since returning to his home in Huntersville, N.C., Wilson has remained under care from his personal physician and a sports injury specialist, who suggested that he sit out this weekend’s race in order to make a speedy, full recovery.

“It’s unfortunate that we won’t be able to contend for the championship, but we need to think safety first,” said Barry Wilson, Reid Wilson Racing team principal. “We had a well-positioned plan if Reid would have received clearance to compete this weekend. But, in the best interest of Reid’s healthy recovery, we will skip Coastal Plains and hope to be back for the second to last race.”

While the team is hopeful that they’ll return to contend for Wilson’s first career X-1R Pro Cup Series victory at Lonesome Pine next month, the Reid Wilson Racing team is extremely confident they’ll be able to compete with Wilson at the helm in the season-finale, The Bojangles’ 250 at Hickory (N.C.) Motor Speedway, on October 18.

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Penalties Issued from Southern National Motorsports Park Event on September 6th

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Mooresville, NC 9/9/14- The following penalties have been handed down to the #2 Boswell Motorsports Inc. team, driver Brady Boswell, and spotter/owner Scott Boswell by CARS X-1R Pro Cup officials as a result of their actions at Southern National Motorsports Park in Lucama, NC on Saturday September 6, 2014.

 
-Driver Brady Boswell and his Boswell Motorsports Inc. team have been disqualified from the September 6, 2014 event at Southern National Motorsports Park for his actions, on track, detrimental to the sport of auto racing and the X-1R Pro Cup Series. Brady Boswell and owner Boswell Motorsports Inc. will forfeit all/any monies and points earned from the event.
 
-Driver Brady Boswell has been placed on probation effective immediately for the remainder of the 2014 season.
 
-Spotter/owner Scott Boswell has been fined $1,000 and has been suspended one (1) race for his for his actions, causing an altercation off track, detrimental to the sport of auto racing and the X-1R Pro Cup Series. Scott Boswell’s suspension will take effect immediately at Coastal Plains Raceway in Jacksonville, NC event on September 20, 2014. 
 
-Spotter/owner Scott Boswell and the Boswell Motorsports Inc. team have been placed on probation effective immediately for the remainder of the 2014 season.
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Caleb Holman Dominates at Southern National Despite On Track Fireworks in His Rearview Mirror

Mooresville, NC 9/8/14- Caleb Holman made it look easy Saturday night at Southern National Motorsports Park (Lucama, NC) winning the Golden Leaf 200 in dominating fashion to kick off the 2014 X-1R Pro Cup Championship Series. The Abingdon, Virginia driver took the lead on lap fifty-one and never looked over his shoulder in route to sweeping both events at Southern National this season. The victory was Holman’s third of the season and should extend his points lead to seven points over fellow competitor JP Morgan heading into the Coastal Carolina 200 at Costal Plains Raceway in two weeks. 
 
“We had a real good car all day. I could tell in the first practice I was going to have something I could really race with. We’ve had a little stretch of bad luck here lately, so we knew with the championship series coming up we had to be on our game and stay out of trouble. Tonight we did that and were able to get this Henderson Motorsports Food Country USA Chevrolet back in victory lane,” stated sweat drenched Holman in Edelbrock Victory Lane after the race. 
 
Holman’s only real challenge came early on in the form of series newcomer Brian Keselowski who paced the field for the first fifty circuits after picking up his first career MAHLE pole award in qualifying. The Michigan native and older brother of Saturday night’s Sprint Cup winner Brad Keselowski, did all he could to keep his lead, but Holman clearly had the better ride after multiple taps to his bumper to signal so. 
 
After Keselowski’s brief time at the top position Holman took command of the field with several battles for position taking place behind him. The biggest of those battles came to a head on lap seventy-nine when Reid Wilson sent the #2 ride of Brady Boswell for a lazy spin off the exit of turn four. The result put Boswell down a lap when he could not get going in time to keep from going a lap down, and Wilson to the rear of the field via the series’ punishment for over aggressive driving.  
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Go Big Or Go Home For Reid Wilson At Southern National

KENLY, North Carolina (September 4, 2014) - - Make no mistake, X-1R Pro Cup Series competitor Reid Wilson is on the verge of winning a race.

 

In fact, victory should have been his in last month’s Food County 200 at Motor Mile (Va.) Speedway, but a mechanical failure while leading inside the final laps of the race left the driver of the No. 66 Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits Chevrolet with a bittersweet taste in his mouth.

So, if Wilson approaches Saturday night’s Gold Leaf 200 at Southern National (N.C.) Motorsports Park (SNMP) with a “go big or go home” attitude, it’s easy to understand why.

“It still stings a little,” said Wilson when thinking about the most recent race on the schedule. “We had an extremely fast No. 66 Bojangles’ Famous Chicken ‘n Biscuits Chevrolet and we were hooked up on the track. Just when I thought everything was going to go our way, we got bit, again. But there’s that saying, ‘when you get knocked down seven times, you stood up eight.’

“We’ve had a little bit of a break to get our car ready for this weekend’s race. It’s an important race and one that can ultimately decide how the rest of our season can play out, but we’re focused. Focused on trying to win and (finally) sealing the deal.”

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