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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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Bailes Captures Historic FUEL Win At Friendship

On a night where history was made in the FUEL Racing Series, Ross Bailes capturing his series leading 4th win of 2015 and pocketed $3,000 with his flag to flag performance.

The first historic moment came early in the evening as 20 drivers would make the call for the race making it the largest field of FUEL Late Models to enter a single event in the short history of the series. Adding his own personal entry into the record books in Klotz Synthetics Time Trials, Bailes eclipsed the previous CT525 track record of 16.003 with a lap of 16.000 seconds around the Elkin, NC oval.

Bailes would also go on to win the D&E Marine Dash to earn the pole position for the 40 lap feature. Ricky Weeks secured the victory in Milwaukee Tool Heat Race #1 while Donald Bradsher cruised to victory in Heintz Performance Heat Race #2.

After powering to the lead at the drop of the green, Bailes would be pursued and occasionally tested as championship contender Brett Hamm would make a run at the race leader. The intensity heated up behind the lead duo as Mitchell Coble, Gib Gibbons, Ricky Weeks and Donald Bradsher battled throughout the event. Billy Hicks and Ryan Atkins joined the war for the Top 5 as Hamm prepared to make one last charge at the race leader. Hamm went on to finish a close 2nd, followed by a hard-charging Ryan Atkins who would come from 8th to finish 3rd in the feature. Gib Gibbons and Billy Hicks rounded out the Top 5.

Bailes unofficially extended his championship lead to 10 points as the series makes its first visit to Modoc Raceway on Saturday, August 8th.

CITY CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE FEATURE RESULTS:

1. Ross Balies
2. Brett Hamm
3. Ryan Atkins
4. Gib Gibbons
5. Billy Hicks
6. Ricky Weeks
7. Mitchell Coble
8. Brandon Atkinson
9. Donnie Chappell
10. Donald Bradsher
11. Dan Breuer
12. Trent Ivey
13. Tim Neighbors
14. Chris Usry
15. Bryan Addy
16. Scott Neighbors
17. Chuck Smith
18. Travis Stoner
19. Forrest Trent
20. Pat Lindsay

For more information about the FUEL Racing Series, visit fuelracingseries.com , find us on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series), and follow us on Twitter (@FUEL525SERIES).

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, Chevrolet Performance, Hoosier Racing Tire, 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


Bailes Reclaims Championship Lead With Fayetteville Victory


For the third time in 2015, Ross Bailes bested the field of FUEL Late Models en route to a $3,000 payday. Last night's triumph in the Tolar Supply Fast & Furious 40 at Fayetteville Motor Speedway also vaulted the Clover, South Carolina racer back atop the championship standings.

In Klotz Synthetic Lubricants Time Trials, it was Ricky Weeks setting quick time with a lap of 17.831. Bailes emerged victorious in the D&E Marine Dash over Weeks, Brett Hamm, & Gib Gibbons. Donald Bradsher claimed Milwaukee Tool Heat Race #1 while local standout Tim Neighbors secured the win in Heintz Performance Heat Race #2.

Looking for his first career FUEL victory, Weeks surged to the lead at the outset of the race. While Bailes and Brett Hamm stormed after the race leader, The action just behind them intensified as Donald Bradsher, Gib Gibbons, Daniel Baggerly, and others waged war in an effort to join the top three. Bailes reassumed the lead on the Lap 9 restart. A mid-race spin involving Bradsher and Gibbons sent both competitors to the rear of the field but the action was far from over! Both racers stormed from the back of the pack back to the front while Baggerly began working on Hamm for the runner-up spot. Bailes retained command for the duration of the event and led the field to the finish line followed by a hard charging Baggerly, Weeks, Gibbons, and Chris Usry who earned his first Top 5 finish in FUEL competition.

With the win, Bailes also takes the championship lead away from Brett Hamm as the series heads to Elkin, NC for an August 1st showdown at Friendship Speedway.

Tolar Supply Fast & Furious 40 Rundown From Fayetteville Motor Speedway:
 

1. Ross Bailes

2. Daniel Baggerly

3. Ricky Weeks

4. Gib Gibbons

5. Chris Usry

6. Brett Hamm

7. Donald Bradsher

8. Brandon Atkinson

9. Patric Lindsay

10. Chuck Smith

11. Chris Staples

12. Timmy Neighbors

13. Scott Neighbors
14. Lance Brasington

15. Steve Banal

16. Billy Hicks

17. Mark McLeod

18. Travis Stoner

19. Colby Jenerette

For more information about the FUEL Racing Series, visit fuelracingseries.com , find us on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series), and follow us on Twitter (@FUEL525SERIES).

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

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