This week National Speed Sport News talks to Chris Ferguson, the 2009 Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series Rookie of the Year. A native of Mount Holly, N.C., Ferguson started out in go-karts before moving to the dirt-late-model world.
This week the Short-Track Top Five features late-model competitor Bobby Measmer, Jr. A North Carolina native, Measmer is a regular in the late-model division at Concord (N.C) Speedway.
This week National Speed Sport News talks to West Coast competitor Michael Self. Self, who calls Park City, Utah, home, just completed his first full season racing in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series West.
This week National Speed Sport News talks to 21-year-old Kevin Swindell, the two-time and defending Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals champion and son of National Sprint Car Hall of Famer Sammy Swindell.
Featured this week in the Short-Track Top Five is dirt-late-model competitor Tyler Reddick. Nicknamed the California Kid, 14-year-old Reddick is already a veteran racer. In 2009, he became the youngest driver to make a feature in World of Outlaws Late Model Series history.
Featured this week in the Short-Track Top Five is racing veteran Jeff Fultz. A three-time champion in the former NASCAR All Pro Series, Fultz also has an ARCA Racing Series triumph on his resume at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., in 2003.
This week the Short-Track Top Five features dirt-late-model driver Jonathan Davenport. Nicknamed Superman, Davenport is a 27-year-old native of Blairsville, Ga.
This week the Short-Track Top Five features Brandon McReynolds, son of veteran NASCAR crew chief and television commentator Larry McReynolds. At 19, McReynolds has been racing for 10 years, beginning with the bandolero division at Charlotte Motor Speedway in 1999.
This week National Speed Sport News talks to dirt-late-model driver Chris Madden. A native of Gray Court, S.C., Madden is a veteran late-model driver with victories in nearly every major late-model series in the country.
This week National Speed Sport News talks to NASCAR Whelen Modifed Tour driver Justin Bonsingore. Hailing from Holtsville, N.Y., Bonsignore just completed his first full season with the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour driving for car owner Kenneth Massa, earning the Sunoco Rookie of the Year Award.