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By: Justin Kern

Robersonville, NC – With just a handful of races left on the schedule, the margin for error is very thin at East Carolina Motor Speedway. Electing to run twin features the remainder of the year where you finish in the 40-lap dash has major effects on not just your national/state standings but the individual track championships as well.

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BURBAGE SHAKES THE BAD LUCK – RETURNS TO VICTORY LANE AT EAST CAROLINA

By: Justin Kern

Robersonville, NC – “Man that was one of the most fun I have had in a race in a long time,” an excited Thomas Burbage said in victory lane the past weekend at East Carolina Motor Speedway. Burbage had shown speed all afternoon and it transferred to both qualifying and race time. Despite having minor scoring issues, that were fixed before race time, Burbage tied for the pole position with points leader Brenden Queen with a time 15.44 seconds. Burbage would have to settle for the outside pole after race control confirmed per track rules the “advantage” would go to the diver who clocked their lap first.

After an intense battle for the lead, Burbage was able to get around Queen using what a lot of people at East Carolina have a hard time using – the high line! “It’s hard to pass on the outside here,” Burbage also said in victory lane. “Specially with Brenden on the inside of you. He’s a good driver and he will certainly make you work for it. I’m just so happy to be out of this drought.” Things seemed to get off to a rocky start quite literally when flagman Terry Bullock did not like the original start, waiving it off calling for take two. There was however a large delay in the caution lights as the field set off into one causing the middle of the pack to stack up. Terry Carroll of Williamsburg, Va got the worst end of that deal and ended up nose first into the outside wall. His night was over before it even had a chance to get started.

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Back in the Saddle Again! As Points Battle’s Heat Up in Robersonville

By: Justin Kern

Robersonville, NC – After a couple weekends away from the racetrack we are back at it again this week from the high banks of East Carolina Motor Speedway just in time for things to heat up in the point’s standings – both at the track and within the state.

Brenden Queen enters the weekend two points ahead of Louis White – winner of race number two just two weeks ago – finishing one position behind Louis both times. Queen, who is also tied with White with the most wins in the state of North Carolina with four, also enters the weekend ten points ahead of Louis in the state points. Both drivers still running strong in the top 25 in the national points standings, which concludes September 18th.

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