Redbud 300 Entries Flowing In


Georgia hot shoes Bubba Pollard and T.J. Reaid are both already entered for the Stoops Freightliner Redbud 300. Pollard has more wins than any late model driver in the country over the past three years and already has multiple wins with the Southern Super Series this year. Reaid has to be one of the favorites to win the Redbud 300 after winning two series events at Anderson Speedway the past two seasons, including the series event this year on May 4. Pollard plans to do double duty during the Redbud 300 weekend, he is also entered for the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour event at Anderson on Friday, July 19.

South Carolina sensation Kyle Benjamin is entered. Benjamin became the youngest winner in ARCA/CRA Super Series history last year in July at Lucas Oil Raceway, he also won the series 2012 season finally at Watermelon Capital Speedway and won a JEGS Tour event at Winchester Speedway in May of last year. Benjamin won four straight nights at New Smyrna Speedway during Speedweeks in February and won the famed Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway in March. He is running a partial short track schedule with the ARCA Racing Series in 2013 along with selected ARCA/CRA Super Series events.

Current ARCA/CRA Super Series point’s leader Travis Barden has entered. Braden took over the series points lead after his first ever series win last Saturday night at Winchester Speedway. Braden also had a dominating JEGS Tour win at Berlin Raceway on June 14. The 2012 series Boyne Machine Rookie of the Year is well on his way to try and capture the series 2013 Championship.

Current JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour point’s leader Cody Coughlin is also entered for the Redbud 300. It will be his Super Late Model and ARCA/CRA Super Series debut. Coughlin has two JEGS Tour wins so far this season including wins at Dixie Motor Speedway on June 7 and at the series last event on June 22 at Salem Speedway. He will try to get his third JEGS Tour win on Redbud 300 weekend, and then do double duty with hopes of winning the Redbud 300 in his series debut.

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