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Welcome to the official website of the FUEL Racing Series. The FUEL (Fast Unified Engine Late Model) Racing Series is a dirt late model organization featuring Chevrolet's CT 525 engine.


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FUEL Event At Friendship Speedway For June 27th Rained Out

The FUEL Racing Series and Friendship Motor Speedway has postponed all racing for June 27th at Friendship Motor Speedway due to the rain received at the speedway last night and with today's forecast of potential thunderstorms. The FUEL Racing Series event will be rescheduled for a future date later this season.

For more information about FUEL Racing Series, visit us online (fuelracingseries.com), on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series), and on Twitter (@FUEL525SERIES). Partners of FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, Chevrolet Performance, Hoosier Racing Tire, State Water Heaters, Klotz Synthetics, Milwaukee Tool, FK Rod Ends, Heintz Performance, D&E Marine, Performance Tees, JRi Shocks, B&B Motorsports, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Kenny Lamb Racing Engines, KRC Components, Renegade Race Fuels, Integra Racing Shocks, Beyea Headers, VP Racing Fuels, WP Racing Shocks, DRIVEN Oil, ARbodies, Superior Trailers, To The Point, Flag To Flag, Velocita, & Thomas Clarke Performance

 

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Bailes Prevails In FUEL Showdown at Harris

For the first time in 2015, the FUEL Racing Series saw a repeat winner as Clover, South Carolina's Ross Bailes piloted his #75 to his 2nd series win of the season this past Saturday night at Harris Speedway.

Current point leader Brett Hamm bested the 17 car field in Klotz Synthetic Lubricants time trials with a lap of 15.288 around the 3/8 mile speedway. Hamm would follow up his fast time award with a victory in the D&E Marine Dash over Bailes, Forrest Trent, & Daniel Baggerly. Brian Connor scored the victory in Milwaukee Tool Heat Race 1 while Trent Ivey secured the win in Heintz Performance Heat Race 2 to set the starting grid for the $3000 To Win 40 lap main event.

Hamm led the field to the green but it was an aggressive move to the outside that gave Bailes the race lead on the opening lap. Hamm refused to back down as he continually pressured Bailes throughout the early stages of the race. As the leaders approached lap traffic, a hard charging Trent Ivey soon made it a three-way battle at the front of the field. While the top three waged war, the battle behind them was just as intense. Three caution flags slowed the event creating several exciting restarts and side by side battles. Hamm, after fighing off multiple challenges from Ivey, would pull close to the leader once again in the closing laps but Bailes would not be denied as he would hold on for his 2nd FUEL win of the season.

Though Bailes gained valuable points, Hamm maintains his lead atop the championship standings as the series heads to Friendship Speedway this coming Saturday for another $3000 to win showdown! It will be the first of two stops at the high banked Elkin, North Carolina venue.

City Chevrolet Performance Results:

1. Ross Bailes
2. Brett Hamm
3. Trent Ivey
4. Forrest Trent
5. Daniel Baggerly
6. Brian Connor
7. Scott Neighbors
8. Tim Neighbors
9. Gib Gibbons
10. Travis Stoner
11. Pat Lindsay
12. Chuck Smith
13. Ricky Weeks
14. Furman Parton
15. Steve Banal
16. Brian Carswell
17. Carson Ferguson

For more information about the FUEL Racing Series, visit fuelracingseries.com , find us on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series), and follow us on Twitter (@FUEL525SERIES). For more information on Friendship Motor Speedway, find them on Facebook (Friendship Motor Speedway), follow them on Twitter (@FMSracingmedia) or visit www.friendshipspeedwaync.com

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, Chevrolet Performance, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, B&B Motorsports, Milwaukee Tool, Klotz Synthetics, FK Rod Ends, JRi Shocks, State Water Heaters, D&E Marine, Heintz Brothers Performance, Performance Tees, Superior Trailers, Beyea Headers, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, KRC Power Steering, ARbodies, VP Racing Fuels, DRIVEN Racing Oil, Integra Shocks, Flag To Flag, To The Point Embroidery & Graphics, Velocita, & Thomas Clarke Performance


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Gibbons Prevails In FUEL Showdown At Screven

Sylvania, GA - In the inaugural race for the FUEL Racing Series at Screven Motorsports Complex, Gib Gibbons (photo courtesy of Richard Barnes) jumped to the lead at the drop of the green and then fended off multiple challenges from Brett Hamm and Ross Bailes in capturing his first career FUEL Racing Series victory.

In Klotz Synthetic Lubricants Time Trials it was local racer Garrett Shurling who captured set fast time with a lap of 15.542. Shurling was joined in the D&E Marine Dash by Gibbons, Hunter Peacock, and Bailes. Gibbons scored the Dash win and secured the pole for the main event. In Milwaukee Tool Heat Race #1, Brett Hamm held off Donald Bradsher. Heintz Performance Heat Race #2 saw Florida's Carter Stokes hold off Trent Ivey in a thrilling race.

16 FUEL late models started the City Chevrolet Performance main event. Though Gibbons would eventually defend the lead for all 40 laps, Bailes maneuvered his way to 2nd and quickly posed a threat to the leader throughout the majority of the event. Current point leader and 5th starting Brett Hamm worked his way towards the front and positioned himself to challenge Gibbons late in the event. Those several drivers exchange positions behind the leader, no one could overtake Gibbons as he led the field to the checkered flag ahead of a hard charging Hamm, Bailes, Shurling, and Donald Bradsher.

Hamm maintains his lead in the championship standings over Bailes and Ivey as the series heads to Harris Speedway on June 20th. Trent Ivey currently leads the Renegade Race Fuels Challenge. For more information about Harris Speedway visit them online (harrisspeedway.com), on Facebook (Harris Speedway), and on Twitter (@HarrisSpeedway).

City Chevrolet Performance Feature Event Results:

1. Gib Gibbons
2. Brett Hamm
3. Ross Bailes
4. Garrett Shurling
5. Donald Bradsher
6. Wendell Chavous
7. Steven Bloodworth
8. Tim Neighbors
9. Trent Ivey
10. Chuck Smith
11. Carter Stokes
12. Mike Akeson
13. Hunter Peacock
14. Carson Ferguson
15. Travis Stoner
16. Mitchell Coble

Partners of FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, Chevrolet Performance, Hoosier Racing Tire, State Water Heaters, Klotz Synthetics, Milwaukee Tool, FK Rod Ends, Heintz Performance, D&E Marine, Performance Tees, JRi Shocks, B&B Motorsports, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Kenny Lamb Racing Engines, KRC Components, Renegade Race Fuels, Integra Racing Shocks, Beyea Headers, VP Racing Fuels, WP Racing Shocks, DRIVEN Oil, ARbodies, Superior Trailers, To The Point, Flag To Flag, Velocita, & Thomas Clarke Performance