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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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Carolina Speedway FUEL Event For June 29th Update

After thorough discussion and a mutual agreement between track and series officials, our Friday June 29th FUEL Racing Series event at Carolina Speedway will be a 40 lap main event paying $2500 To Win / $275 To Start.

 

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

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, FK Rod Ends, Flag To Flag, Threewide Clothing, D&E Marine, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, JRi Shocks, Beyea Headers, AR Bodies, Ntense Graphics, Velocita, Hicks Waterstoves, & Thomas Clarke Performance.


FUEL Returns To Fayetteville Motor Speedway Saturday June 23rd For "Summer Sizzle"

The FUEL Racing Series will host their fifth event of the 2018 race season Saturday June 23rd as FUEL competitors head to Fayetteville Motor Speedway located in Fayetteville, North Carolina for the "Summer Sizzle" paying $3,000 to win / $300 to start.

Fayetteville Motor Speedway will host a full night of racing Saturday June 23rd as the Speedway will host racing in the FUEL Racing Series, Modified, Super Street, Pure Stock, Legends, Sportmodz, and U-Car. Pits gates will open at 4:00 PM with grandstand gates opening at 5:00 PM followed by on track action.

Grandstand admission will be $20 for Adults, Students $10, and Kids under 10 free. Pit admission will be $30 for Adults and Kids under 10 free.

Come out Saturday June 23rd to Fayetteville Motor Speedway and feel the excitement of the FUEL Racing Series as FUEL competitors battle around the 1/2 mile oval for a $3,000 payday in the "Summer Sizzle".

Fayetteville Motor Speedway is located at 3035 Whitman Road in Fayetteville, North Carolina (28306). For further information on Fayetteville Motor Speedway visit the Speedway online at www.fayettevillemotorspeedway.com .

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

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, FK Rod Ends, Flag To Flag, Threewide Clothing, D&E Marine, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, JRi Shocks, Beyea Headers, AR Bodies, Ntense Graphics, Velocita, Hicks Waterstoves, & Thomas Clarke Performance.

Highside Hustle Pays Off For Batten At County Line


(Elm City, NC) Using the outside line to surge to the lead on Lap 5, Michael Batten led the final 35 Laps en route to his second career FUEL Racing Series win and his first of the 2018 season.

In Renegade Race Fuel Time Trials, Robbie Emory prevailed over 28 other drivers and took Fast Time honors with a lap of 14.305 seconds around the 3/8 mile oval. It was Emory’s first pole of the 2018 season and it also broke the previous FUEL qualifying record at County Line Raceway.

In Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race 1, Emory battled early with Christian Joyner for control of the lead. Emory would hold off Joyner’s challenge to grab the win and pole position for the feature over Joyner and Steve Banal who finished 3rd. FK Rod Ends Heat Race 2 featured Ben Watkins and Austin Holcombe dueling early before Watkins would eventually take the lead. Mark Dysart, 5th in FUEL points entering the event, slowed near the end of the heat race with a mechanical problem that would unfortunately end his evening prematurely. Watkins led the rest of the way as was followed to the line by Holcombe and Shaun Harrell. In City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race 3, Michael Batten seized control while a war for the 3rd position developed between Christian Thomas, Justin Williams and Dustin Mitchell. Batten would capture the heat race victory as Michael Rouse and Thomas rounded out the Top 3.

In The Direct Racing Industry Virtual Expo Main Event, Robbie Emory and Ben Watkins would lead the field to the green flag. Emory would grab the early lead over Watkins and Batten. When racing restarted after 2 early cautions, 3rd place Michael Batten began to make his move. While Emory favored the inside groove, Batten slid past Watkins and began utilizing the high side to reel in the race leader. Batten’s momentum vaulted him by Emory and into the lead on Lap 5 via the outside lane on the multi-groove surface. While Emory regrouped in hopes of regaining the lead, Dustin Mitchell was clawing his way to the front from his 15th place starting spot. Ben Watkins maintained 3rd and Christian Joyner controlled 4th as the FUEL drivers rewarded the CLR fan base with 38 caution free laps after the Lap 2 caution.

At the end of 40 laps Batten would navigate lap traffic and hold off the field to grab his first victory of the 2018 FUEL season. Emory would earn a runner up finish for the second consecutive event while Watkins, Joyner and Mitchell rounded out the Top 5. The $3000 win gave Batten his 2nd career FUEL Racing Series victory at County Line.

Up next is our June 23rd event at Fayetteville Motor Speedway in Fayetteville, NC. For more information on the FUEL Racing Series, visit our website fuelracingseries.com , find us on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series) and follow us on Twitter (@FuelLateModels).

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, FK Rod Ends, Renegade Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tire, The DRIVE Racing Expo, Ntense Graphics, and Flag to Flag.

County Line Raceway 6/2/2018
The DRIVE Main Event Results
(Pending Tire Test Results)

1) Michael Batten #D8
2) Robbie Emory #9E
3) Ben Watkins #16
4) Christian Joyner #C9
5) Dustin Mitchell #32
6) Steve Banal #8B
7) Michael Rouse #23R
8) Justin Williams #89
9) Ethan Wilson #18E
10) Shaun Harrell #3
11) Brandon White #26
12) Christian Thomas #11X
13) Matthew Bissette #23B
14) Austin Holcombe #8A
15) Cy Nelms Sr #37
16) Chuck Smith #33
17) Gary Dillon #82
18) Travis Stoner #99
19) Bobby Bottoms #47B
20) Damon Kotke #91
21) Daniel Tucker #0
22) John Eller #5

Renegade Race Fuels Fast Time Award: Robbie Emory 14.305.

Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race 1 Winner: Robbie Emory

FK Rod Ends Heat Race 2 Winner: Ben Watkins

City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race 3 Winner: Michael Batten

FK Rod Ends Rookie of the Race: Brandon White

County Line Raceway Saturday June 2nd Next For FUEL

The FUEL Racing Series will travel to County Line Raceway located in Elm City, North Carolina on Saturday June 2nd for the fourth event of the 2018 FUEL season. The event will be 40 laps paying $3,000 to win along with $300 to start.

County Line Raceway will host a full night of racing Saturday June 2nd as the Raceway will host racing in the FUEL Racing Series, Limited Sportsman, Pure Stock V8, Super Stock 4 Cylinder, and Pure Stock 4 Cylinder. Pit gates will open at 4:00 PM with grandstand gates opening at 5:00 PM. Drivers meeting is set for 6:30 PM with racing to follow.

The FUEL Racing Series moves into County Line Raceway Saturday with a tight battle atop the 2018 point standings. Ben Watkins currently leads the standings with 286 points over Robbie Emory who sits second in the standings with 282 points. Shaun Harrell (280 PTS), Derrick Ramey (270 PTS), and Mark Dysart (244 PTS) round out the top five in the current standings.

Current winners this season with the FUEL Racing Series include Ben Watkins with two wins and Shaun Harrell with one win.

Come join us Saturday June 2nd at the "Little Place Making Big Noise" County Line Raceway and feel the excitement of the FUEL Racing Series. We will see you at the line!

County Line Raceway is located at 6953 Stagecoach Road in Elm City, North Carolina (27822). For further information on County Line Raceway visit the Raceway online at www.countylineracewaync.com .
 

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

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, FK Rod Ends, Flag To Flag, Threewide Clothing, D&E Marine, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, JRi Shocks, Beyea Headers, AR Bodies, Ntense Graphics, Velocita, Hicks Waterstoves, & Thomas Clarke Performance.

Harrell Holds Off Emory For Friendship Victory

(Elkin, NC) Fending off multiple and often relentless challenges from Robbie Emory, Shaun Harrell held his pursuers at bay Saturday night at Friendship Speedway to earn his first win of the season and the second of his FUEL Racing Series career.

23 FUEL Late Models made the call for the 3rd race of the 2018 campaign. In Renegade Race Fuels Time Trials, Steve Banal would set the tone with a 15.747 second lap breaking the old FUEL qualifying record of 15.800. Harrell, Robbie Emory, Derrick Ramey and Adam Yarbrough would round out the Top 5 overall qualifiers.

In Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race #1, Steve Banal would grab the early lead as Ben Watkins made a charge from the tail of the field after experiencing mechanical problems in qualifying. Banal would fend off a charge from 2016 Series Champion Jonathan Edwards Jr for the win with Watkins, Yarbrough and Daniel Tucker rounding out the Top 5.

In FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2, Shaun Harrell would overcome a penalty on the initial start to charge to the lead after battling with Christian Thomas. Harrell would eventually pull away for the win with Matt Long finishing just behind him. Brandon Haley would finish third followed by Thomas and Michael Alderman.

In City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race #3, Robbie Emory and Derrick Ramey would initiate an intense battle for the lead early on. On a restart with Ramey out front, contact between Ramey and Brandon White would open the door for Emory to take the lead and never look back. Ramey and White would regroup to follow Emory to the finish line with Matthew Nance and Tommy Jones rounding out the Top 5.

In The Direct Racing Industry Virtual Expo Main Event, Banal and Harrell would bring the field to the initial green flag with Harrell grabbing the early lead. Emory would work his way up to the runner-up position and to mount a challenge at Harrell for the race lead. While the battle for the race lead developed, series championship leader Ben Watkins was on the move coming from his 7th starting position and worked his way to 4th in the early stages of the race. Ramey and Edwards would also contend inside the Top 5 for position as Emory and Harrell battled tooth and nail for the lead throughout the majority of the event. A caution with 6 Laps to go would bring the field together one final time and bring some late race intensity into the equation. On the final restart, Harrell finally pulled just far enough away to earn the $3000 victory win while Emory settled for 2nd. Ramey finished 3rd as Edwards Jr and Thomas rounded out the Top 5.

With their 1-2 finish at Friendship, Harrell and Emory have unofficially tightened up the series championship battle. Ben Watkins (286) leads the way through 3 events followed by Emory (282), Harrell (280), Ramey (270), and Mark Dysart (244).

Up next for FUEL is a trip to Elm City, NC for Round 4 at County Line Raceway on Saturday June 2nd. For more information on the FUEL Racing Series, visit our website fuelracingseries.com , find us on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series) and follow us on Twitter (@FuelLateModels).

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, FK Rod Ends, Renegade Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tire, The DRIVE Racing Expo, Ntense Graphics, and Flag to Flag.

Friendship Motor Speedway 5/5/2018
The DRIVE Main Event Results
(Pending Tire Test Results)

1) Shaun Harrell #3
2) Robbie Emory #9E
3) Derrick Ramey #12
4) Jonathan Edwards #32
5) Christian Thomas #11
6) Matt Long #55
7) Ben Watkins #16
8) Daniel Tucker #0
9) Lance Moss #71
10) Tommy Jones #31
11) Chuck Smith #33
12) Mark Dysart #66
13) Travis Stoner #99
14) Brandon ONeil #65
15) Brandon White #26
16) Brandon Haley #51
17) Michael Alderman #08
18) Gary Wood #35
19) Adam Yarbrough #57
20) Steve Banal #8B
21) Coty Tanquary #26T
22) Matthew Nance #4

Renegade Race Fuels Fast Time Award: Steve Banal 15.747

Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race 1 Winner: Steve Banal

FK Rod Ends Heat Race 2 Winner: Shaun Harrell

City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race 3 Winner: Robbie Emory

FK Rod Ends Rookie of the Race: Derrick Ramey

Friendship Motor Speedway Saturday May 5th Next For FUEL

The FUEL Racing Series will travel to Friendship Motor Speedway located in Elkin, North Carolina Saturday May 5th for the third event of the 2018 FUEL season. The event will be 40 laps paying $3,000 to win along with $300 to start.

 

Friendship Motor Speedway will host a full night of racing Saturday May 5th as the Speedway will host racing in the FUEL Racing Series along with selected support divisions. Gates will open at 2:00 PM with drivers meeting around 5:30 PM. On track action is set to begin at 6:00 PM.

 

Come join us Saturday May 5th at Friendship Motor Speedway and feel the excitement of the FUEL Racing Series.

Friendship Motor Speedway is located at 11420 NC 268 in Elkin, North Carolina (28621). For further information on Friendship Motor Speedway visit the Speedway online at www.friendshipspeedwaync.com .

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

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, FK Rod Ends, Flag To Flag, Threewide Clothing, D&E Marine, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, JRi Shocks, Beyea Headers, AR Bodies, Ntense Graphics, Velocita, Hicks Waterstoves, & Thomas Clarke Performance.

Watkins Conquers Fayetteville's Fast & Furious 40

(Fayetteville, NC) With a hungry pack of charging racers behind him, Ben Watkins held off a hard charge from Shaun Harrell to earn a $3000 payday at Fayetteville Motor Speedway and his 2nd consecutive FUEL Racing Series win of 2018.

A field of 24 late models entered Renegade Race Fuels Time Trials where Watkins would post the fastest overall time with a lap of 16.771 seconds. That lap would also be quick enough to break the former FUEL Pole Record for Fayetteville Motor Speedway ironically set by Watkins himself at 17.409 just last season.

In Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race 1, Watkins would grab the early advantage but a hard charging Willie Milliken would stress the fast qualifier for the duration of the heat race. In the end, Watkins would prevail and earn the pole position for the 40 Lap Main Event. FK Rod Ends Heat Race 2 opened up with Zach Cox making a powerful and daring 3 wide move on the opening lap to snatch the lead away from Robbie Emory and Zach Blackwell. Cox would hold his challengers at bay the rest of the way and earn the #2 starting position in the feature. City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race 3 featured Shaun Harrell flexing his muscle and local prowess as he led flag to flag over Ethan Wilson and Derrick Ramey to complete the main event starting lineup.

In The Direct Racing Industry Virtual Expo Main Event, Watkins would lead the field to the green for the 2nd consecutive race. As Watkins paced the field early, Harrell and Milliken battled intensely before mechanical troubles plagued Milliken ending his chances to challenge for the win. While Harrell continued his pursuit of the race leader, Emory and Cox turned up the heat while Dustin Mitchell began a march towards the Top 5 from his 12th starting position. As the laps clicked away, Harrell mounted one final charge but would ultimately be denied as Watkins would score his 3rd career FUEL Racing Series victory.

Up next for the FUEL Racing Series is our May 5th visit to Friendship Motor Speedway in Elkin, NC. For more information on the FUEL Racing Series, visit our website fuelracingseries.com , find us on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series) and follow us on Twitter (@FuelLateModels).

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, FK Rod Ends, Renegade Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tire, The DRIVE Expo, and Flag to Flag.

Fayetteville Motor Speedway 4/21/2018
The DRIVE Main Event Results
(Pending Tire Test Results)

1) Ben Watkins #16
2) Shaun Harrell #3H
3) Robbie Emory #9E
4) Zach Cox #12
5) Dustin Mitchell #32
6) Mark Dysart #66
7) Derrick Ramey #12JR
8) Chuck Smith #33
9) Brandon Haley #51
10) Brandon White #26
11) John Odonnell #75
12) Brad Rigdon #09
13) Shawn Sewell #06
14) Willie Milliken #1
15) Travis Stoner #99
16) Michael Mason #11
17) Tim Neighbors #0
18) Ethan Wilson #18E
19) Zack Blackwell #17
20) Michael Batten #21
21) Woody Cromartie #8
22) Dykes Maynard #7
23) Steve Banal #8B

Renegade Race Fuels Fast Time Award: Ben Watkins 16.771

Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race 1 Winner: Ben Watkins

FK Rod Ends Heat Race 2 Winner: Zack Cox

City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race 3 Winner: Shaun Harrell

FUEL Returns To Fayetteville Motor Speedway Saturday April 21st For The "Fast & Furious 40"

The FUEL Racing Series will host their second event of for the 2018 race season Saturday April 21st as FUEL competitors head to Fayetteville Motor Speedway located in Fayetteville, North Carolina for the "Fast & Furious 40" paying $3,000 to win / $300 to start.

Fayetteville Motor Speedway will host a full night of racing Saturday April 21st as the Speedway will host racing in the FUEL Racing Series, Super Street, Pure Stock, Open Wheel Modified, Sport Mod, Legends, and U-Car. Pits gates will open at 4:00 PM with grandstand gates opening at 5:00 PM. On track action is scheduled to begin 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM.

Grandstand admission will be $20 for Adults, Kids 11-15 $10, and Kids under 10 free. Pit admission will be $30 for Adults and Kids under 10 free.

Come out Saturday April 21st to Fayetteville Motor Speedway and feel the excitement of the FUEL Racing Series as FUEL competitors battle around the 1/2 mile oval for a $3,000 payday in the "Fast & Furious 40".

Fayetteville Motor Speedway is located at 3035 Whitman Road in Fayetteville, North Carolina (28306). For further information on Fayetteville Motor Speedway visit the Speedway online at www.fayettevillemotorspeedway.com .

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

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, FK Rod Ends, Flag To Flag, Threewide Clothing, D&E Marine, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, JRi Shocks, Beyea Headers, AR Bodies, Ntense Graphics, Velocita, Hicks Waterstoves, & Thomas Clarke Performance.

Watkins Rockets To FUEL Win At Cherokee

(Gaffney, SC) Though his opponents were not often far behind him, Ben Watkins set quick time, won his heat, and took home the victory in Saturday night's City Chevrolet Performance FUEL Racing Series opener at Cherokee Speedway. A strong field of 26 Late Models signed in for the 41st race in series history and FUEL's 6th stop at the famed South Carolina venue.

In Renegade Race Fuels Time Trials, Watkins blistered the track with a lap of 15.554 seconds and successfully eclipsed the FUEL qualifying record at Cherokee previously held by Trent Ivey. In Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race #1, Watkins vaulted to the lead over FUEL newcomers Adam Yarbrough and Derrick Ramey. Watkins displayed the speed that helped him set Fast Time time to score the win and earn the pole position for the feature. In FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2, Steve Banal and Ricky Weeks would battle fiercely in the opening laps. Banal would ultimately edge ahead and hold off Weeks to score the heat victory. In City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race #3, Anthony Sanders utilized the outside lane through Turns 1 & 2 to spring ahead of Brandon Haley on the opening lap. Despite a couple of restart challenges, Sanders would not be denied as he emerged victorious in the final heat of the evening.

In The Direct Racing Industry Virtual Expo Main Event, Watkins and Banal would lead the field to the green flag. As Watkins grabbed the early lead, Adam Yarbrough began a charge toward the front to battle feverishly with Banal for the 2nd position. Robbie Emory would also be on the move in the early stages as the Milton, Delaware native charged from his 9th starting position into the Top 5. While side by side racing ensued throughout the field and Watkins maintained his early lead, the Cherokee faithful were treated to an epic battle for the runner up position. Literally side by side for the majority of the main event, Yarbrough and Banal waged war just behind the race leader. The two racers swapped the 2nd spot on multiple occasions and while they raced each other respectfully, neither was about to willingly surrender the position and their shot at the race leader.

Just past halfway and as the field was beginning to settle in for a dash to the checkered, an unfortunate wreck on lap 21 would halt the action as the steering on Brian Ledbetter's car collapsed sending him into the inside wall and fence. With assistance from officials, Ledbetter would thankfully walk away but repairs to the damage done in the infield would delay the event for nearly 30 minutes. With the main event reduced from 35 to 30 laps due to the delay, Watkins would never look back en route to his 2nd career FUEL Series win. Banal would secure the 2nd position on the final restart and was followed to the finish line by Yarbrough, Emory and FK Rod Ends Rookie of the Year contender Derrick Ramey.

Up next for the FUEL Late Models is our April 21st visit to Fayetteville Motor Speedway in Fayetteville, NC for a $3000 to win/$300 to start main event. For more information on the FUEL Racing Series, visit our website fuelracingseries.com , find us on Facebook (FUEL Racing Series) and follow us on Twitter (@FuelLateModels).

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance, FK Rod Ends, Renegade Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tire, The Direct Racing Industry Virtual Expo, Ntense Graphics, and Flag to Flag.

Cherokee Speedway 4/14/2018
The DRIVE Main Event Results
(Pending Tire Test Results)

1) Ben Watkins #16
2) Steve Banal #8B
3) Adam Yarbrough #57
4) Robbie Emory #9E
5) Derrick Ramey #12
6) Anthony Sanders #421
7) Ricky Weeks #1W
8) Shaun Harrell #3
9) Jay Sessoms #84
10) Mark Dysart #66
11) Michael Batten #21
12) Brandon White #26
13) Brandon Haley #51
14) Travis Stoner #99
15) Chuck Smith #33
16) Brian Ledbetter #01
17) Daulton Wilson #18D
18) Josh Richerson #14
19) Willie Milliken #1M
20) Lance Moss #71
21) Jeff Cooke #99
22) Doug Sanders #42

Renegade Race Fuels Fast Time Award: Ben Watkins 15.554

Hoosier Racing Tire Heat Race 1 Winner: Ben Watkins

FK Rod Ends Heat Race 2 Winner: Steve Banal

City Chevrolet Performance Heat Race 3 Winner: Anthony Sanders

FUEL Heads To Cherokee Speedway Saturday April 14th For The 2018 FUEL Season Opener

 

The FUEL Racing Series will host their 2018 season opener for the Series along with their 5th season in racing Saturday April 14th as FUEL competitors head to Cherokee Speedway located in Gaffney, South Carolina for a $2,500 to win / $275 to start event.

 

Cherokee Speedway will have a action packed program on April 14th which will include the FUEL Racing Series, SECA Crate Sportsman, Limited Sportsman, Renegade, Stock 4, Young Guns, SECA Pure Stock, and Dirt Cup Challenge DIRTcar UMP Modified.

 

Gates will open at 4:00 PM with drivers meeting at 7:00 PM and racing set to begin at 8:00 PM. Admission will be $20 in the grandstands and $30 in the pits.

 

Come out Saturday April 14th to Cherokee Speedway "The Place Your Mama Warned You About" and feel the excitement of the FUEL Racing Series as we kick off 2018.

 

Cherokee Speedway is located at 153 Speedway Road in Gaffney, South Carolina (29341) off I-85 Exit 96. For further information on Cherokee Speedway visit the Speedway online at www.cherokeespeedwaysc.com .

 

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

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, FK Rod Ends, Flag To Flag, Threewide Clothing, D&E Marine, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, JRi Shocks, Beyea Headers, AR Bodies, Ntense Graphics, Velocita, Hicks Waterstoves, & Thomas Clarke Performance.

FUEL Racing Series Releases 2018 Touring Schedule

As we prepare to begin our 5th year of competition, series officials are pleased to release the 2018 FUEL Racing Series Touring Schedule.

As a reminder, discussions of additional events are currently ongoing and race dates are subject to change should the series need to adjust the schedule to best fit the needs of its partnering tracks #FuelUpIn2018

FUEL Racing Series 2018 Touring Schedule
April 14th - Cherokee Speedway
April 21st - Fayetteville Motor Speedway
May 5th - Friendship Motor Speedway
June 2nd - County Line Raceway
June 23rd - Fayetteville Motor Speedway
June 29th - Carolina Speedway (Twin Races)
July 21st - Cherokee Speedway
August 11th - Friendship Motor Speedway
August 18th - Lancaster Speedway
October 6th - Cherokee Speedway
October 19th & 20th - County Line Raceway

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

Partners of the FUEL Racing Series include: City Chevrolet Performance Parts, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, FK Rod Ends, Flag To Flag, Threewide Clothing, D&E Marine, WP Racing Shocks, Renegade Race Fuels, JRi Shocks, Beyea Headers, AR Bodies, Ntense Graphics, Velocita, Hicks Waterstoves, & Thomas Clarke Performance.

 

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