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Robert Arch takes $1,000 check at Dillon

Robert Arch cruised from a third place starting spot to win the non-points Wildcat Nationals at Dillon. Arch took home a $1,000 for his efforts. Arch faced pressure from pole setter Mark Dean late in the race, but pulled away after the final restart to claim the victory. Mid-race, 2009 Wake County Speedway Mod-4 Champion Sam Pacitti passed Arch for the lead and held on to the top spot until the 50-lap halfway break. However, Pacitti experienced mechanical trouble, eventually leading to a blown engine in his #43 Cavalier. Dean wound up finishing second, Wayne Penny third, Jason Miller fourth and Shane Phillips rounded out the top five in a 19-car field.

The Walls Roofing UCAR Clash will sanction an annual National points event in Corbin Kentucky at the Corbin Speedway http://corbinspeedway.com/ on June 5, 2010. At this point the total payout back to front will be $15,000.00 paying $500.00 to finish in last place of 30th position. This purse is guaranteed and could grow as other sponsors come on board to help with this event. The town of Corbin has asked that this become a yearly event at their Corbin Speedway. All cars will be rewarded show points that do not make the starting line up for this race. Entry fee will be $100.00 and all cars must pre-register and pay fee in advance to enter on the UCAR Clash web site. We will open Registering in April 2010 for this race.

The name of the race will be..... "The Walls Roofing UCAR Clash Presented by the Some Gave All Rally in Corbin, KY and The Eagle Falls Lodge" its a big name with a big purse guaranteed.

Thanks to Andy Delay and Charles Robinson for their help in putting this show on.

Thanks also goes out to John Davis of Corbin Speedway for giving the UCAR Clash such a big event for 2010 and in the future for the Walls Roofing UCAR Clash for Cash.

Go to www.ucarclash.com and FaceBook at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=126331168498 for all of your UCAR Clash news and race dates for the 2010 season.

Mike Chapman wins County Line non-points race

Mike Chapman dominated a 13-car field to win his first ever dirt race Saturday at County Line Speedway. The Virginia native collected his first UCAR Clash check since November of last year. Other drivers in the field included Clash regulars David Wiggins, Travis Taylor, Jason Miller and David Foreman. The final non-points, big money event will be a $1,000 to win show at Dillon Motor Speedway.


2009 Purse Info: $500 for first place each race based on 25-car field. Please call Larry Walls for more details. Herndon Wins Spooktackular; Brame Jr. Captures Title

There were so many different storylines at the Walls' Roofing UCAR Cash for Clash Halloween Spooktackular� redemption, new faces and the culmination of a season long battle for the championship. All three themes would come together to make the final lap of the 50-lap slugfest at Wake County Speedway one of the most exciting in Clash history. When all the smoke cleared, Kevin Herndon rolled his #58 Geo Prism into victory lane� a place he says he belonged back in June. Herndon's is the story of redemption. When the clash visited Wake County Speedway in the summer, Herndon led 49 laps of the 50 lap feature, but tangled with Robert Arch heading into the final corner, destroying Herndon's car and ending his race. A fight after the race left emotions high and Herndon's car owner suspended for a race. Herndon's victory, in his first race back on the tour, was a sweet one � he led from wire to wire. "It feels good, especially after that deal last race," Herndon said after his win. "The car was good. We put it on the frame machine and fixed it." Even though Herndon led every lap, it wasn't an easy win. Late model driver and former track champion Todd Langdon worked his way from a 28th starting position to second place, when the caution flew with only five laps remaining. On the restart, Herndon's brakes failed, his car was smoking and Langdon was clearly faster. Somehow Herndon hung on by only a car-length.

The championship battle between Keith Brame Jr. and Renno Marchetti IV didn't seem that close at the beginning of the race. 54-points separated the two drivers heading into the final race. Brame had won five races and hadn't finished outside the top five all season. All Brame needed to do was finish 22nd and he'd clinch the points title. All of that looked up in the air on the final lap. Brame was running fourth when first time racer Collin Vernal spun his #22 car out of turn two on lap 49. In the Clash, drivers race back to the checkered flag and Brame couldn't avoid the spinning car of Vernal, destroying the front of his #12 Honda Prelude. After completing every lap this season, Brame had suffered his first stroke of bad luck � a DNF. Fortunately for the Gibsonville driver, his last-lap crash placed him in 14th� the first car a lap down. Combine that with Marchetti's third place finish and it was an ugly way to clinch a championship� but a championship none the less. Both drivers showed great sportsmanship all season, and heartily congratulated each other after the race. The final rundown at Wake County was Herndon, Langdon, Marchetti, Michael Strickland and David Wiggins. A record 29 cars showed up to compete in the race, with 13 finishing on the lead lap.

Walker captures win at Dillon

Like several UCAR Clash races this season, no one knew who would be the winner at Dillon Motor Speedway until the last 100 yards of the race. Unlike the other races, Ben Walker would come out on top. After finishing second two races in a row and leading in nearly every event in the second half of the season, Walker's luck finally turned, allowing the Ace Speedway regular to claim his first ever Clash for Cash race. With one lap to go, the cars of Walker, points leader Keith Brame Jr. and Renno Marchetti IV were battling fiercely for the top spot. Brame and Marchetti got hung up behind a lapped car on the final lap, setting up a fender-banging duel for second place, with Marchetti coming out on top. For Marchetti, it was the end of a furious run through the pack after heavily damaging his car in the first heat race. His second place finish kept Brame from locking up the Clash championship with one race remaining in the season. Brame still has a healthy lead in the points headed into the October 31 Spooktackular at Wake County Speedway.

Brame wins first ever road course race

Keith Brame Jr. won the first ever UCAR road course race, successfully holding off teammate Ben Walker by less than a car length for 25 laps of VIRs 1.1 mile "tight and twisty" Patriot course. Last Sunday 19 UCARs took the green flag for what quickly became a hotly contested race. While Keith and Ben fought it out for 1st and 2nd, the remaining drivers swapped position almost every lap providing plenty of action for the fans. Several minor on track incidents resulted in pit stops or trips to the paddock for repairs, but most drivers were able to return to the action within a few laps. Other drivers just pushed onward continuing to keep race pace despite the dents and dings. The Foss "Hard Charger Award" went to Berry Wilson and John Hollis for cleanly fighting their way through the pack to gain 11 places apiece.

When asked how he liked road racing, winner Keith Brame Jr. commented "I had to drive with only one hand, cause I needed the other to hold onto my seat". Most of the drivers found road racing to be quite physically demanding and everyone seemed to really enjoy their first adventure into road racing. They all are looking forward to returning to VIR next year.

The UCAR series is the only active touring series to run on dirt / paved ovals, as well as road courses. UCARs are 1980 or newer, front wheel drive, 4 cylinder cars with very limited race prep. Other then specific safety related requirement almost no alteration from their former life as a street car is allowed. The series motto "U Can Afford Racing" is strongly adhered to by all competitors, and the tech officials work hard to keep the series balanced, competitive, and affordable.

Series sponsor & promoter Larry Walls plans to bring the series back to VIR next year to run on the larger 1.64 mile south course. Hopefully opening the 2010 racing season at VIR in March with another well produced race weekend. The race will be the Daytona race of the year for the Walls Roofing UCAR Clash for Cash

Brame wins fourth of the year

They raced side by side, they rubbed and they even split lapped cars three wide. Most importantly, a pair of teammates proved good hard racing is clean racing Saturday night during the Walls' Roofing UCAR Clash for Cash series second visit to Fayetteville Motor Speedway. Points leader Keith Brame Jr. collected his record fourth Clash series race of the season, but it wasn't an easy win for the Gibsonville native. Brame passed leader and teammate Ben Walker on a restart with three laps remaining in the 25-lap feature event. The two Honda Preludes swapped the lead at least four times during the race, sometimes running lap after lap only inches apart. The two each won a heat race earlier in the evening. Renno Marchetti IV, of Virginia, collected a strong third-place finish, at one point gaining ground on the two leaders late in the race. Marchetti's finish, plus a late-race spin by contender Shane Phillips, should help secure his second place standing in the series points race. Fourth place on the night went to Drew Starling, one of his strongest ever UCAR Clash finishes. Mike Chapman, another Virginia asphalt specialist, rounded out the top five in only his second ever dirt start. Sixth place went to Austin Dodge, Seventh went to David Wiggins, Michael Strickland was eighth, Travis Taylor was ninth and Shane Phillips rounded out the lead lap cars in the 14-car field. Next, the UCAR Clash series visits Virginia International Raceway for the division's first ever race on a road course.

"Number F1 Alex Flemming DQ and car owner Robert Arch un-sportsman like conduct to Clash and track officials and throwing a water bottle at the 5 car. OCS will take action this week with both men on this DQ. The Clash will no longer let Arch field a car in the Clash as a driver or car owner. I gave the Arch team three chances to get it right and as in baseball three strikes and your out. I will admit that I made a big goof for letting the Arch team come back to race in the UCAR Clash for Cash. For that I offer an apologie to all of my teams, drivers and car owners. As always I live and learn from my worst mistakes." ~ Larry Walls, series director

Marchetti wins first Clash race

Renno Marchetti IV won his first ever UCAR Clash for Cash race, after Jeff Thomas was disqualified for an illegal engine. Marchetti held off points leader Keith Brame Jr. who finished in second. Jason Miller was third, Larry Isley fourth and Drew Starling finsihed fifth. The racing was hot and heavy at Wake County Speedway and it should continue on at Orange County Speedway on July 18th. Nineteen cars made up the field for the race at WCS. As the night wore on Keith Brame Jr #12 came from his last place start to 6th place in 35 laps and with the mayhem at the end of the race brought him up to a 4th place finish on the night. Keith got the Foss Auto Recycle Hard Charger award. North Carolinas own Keith Brame Jr. #12 holding on to the front spot in points Shane Phillips #91 NC is close behind in second. Renno Marchetti IV #01 VA is racing hard in third place in points. The rest of the top 5 are Jason Miller #20 NC 4th and Jason Beck# 6 NC in 5th. The Orange County Speedway race should have one of the biggest field of cars so far this year the field of cars should be at 20 cars or better for this race.

Ward Avoids Crash, Fight to Take Victory

A last lap crash, post race confusion and a Friday night short track brawl left fans talking after the June 26 Walls' Roofing UCAR Clash Race at Wake County Speedway, but 'Rowdy' Rob Ward avoided the drama and quietly slipped off with the big trophy in his first Clash race of the season.

All eyes were on Wake County regulars Kevin Herndon and Robert Arch, who dominated their two heat races and made up the front row of the feature. Points leader Keith Brame Jr. pulled into the track a mere 20 minutes before the feature event after driving to a 2nd place run at Ace Speedway earlier in the evening.

Arch set the pace early, pulling ahead of Herndon and the rest of the field before an early caution for a crash in turn four between Travis Taylor and Jason Miller. All cars continued on.

Herndon took the lead after the restart and pulled away from the field, nearly putting points leader Brame a lap down before a caution for the spinning David Wiggins bunched the field back up. Herndon would pace the field until a late race caution by Kelley Bottomley set up a six lap dash for the finish.

On the restart, Arch pulled to the inside of Herndon, the two making contact through turns one and two. On the backstretch, Arch touched the rear bumper of Herndon, sending the #58 Geo head on into the inside wall.

A lap after the cars took the caution flag, with Arch leading, track owner Glenn Simpkins made the call to end the race on lap 45 due to Wake County's noise ordinance. The checkered flag was thrown without consulting Clash officials.

After much debate and confusion, including Arch's celebratory climb up onto the roof of his car on the front stretch, The win was handed to second place driver Rob Ward. According to Larry Walls, the Clash series director, if the race would have returned to green flag racing, both Herndon (whose car was disabled) and Arch would have been sent to the rear of the field for their incident. Clash rules state both cars involved in an accident, regardless of fault, are penalized.

That would have placed Ward at the front of the pack. Since the race was never restarted, Ward was the winner. After the race, Deac McCaskill, owner of Herndon's car and Robert Arch had a confrontation at the track's scale area. A brawl erupted with both teams throwing punches and crew members from other teams jumping into the fray.

The cars of both Arch and Herndon were disqualified for their roles in the fight and stripped of the evening's purse and points. McCaskill's entire #58 team has been suspended from the next UCAR Clash race. Arch, who was already on probation for an incident that occurred earlier this year at Fayetteville Motor Speedway, has been suspended for the rest of the season.

After the smoke cleared, Second place was given to Shane Phillips. Mike Strickland was scored in third and Brame, who started 19th on the field, was scored in fourth. Second place points driver Renno Marchetti IV rounded out the top five.

Arch Wins at ECMS

Robert Arch took advantage of a late race crash by leader Mike Chapman to take the victory at East Carolina Motor Speedway. Arch was followed across the line by Renno Marchetti IV, Shane Phillips and Keith Brame Jr.

The Walls Roofing UCAR Clash has placed a $100.00 bounty on #12 Keith Brame Jr. Keith has won all three of the UCAR Clash races this year.

Keith has not dominated the Clash but has out drove the field at every race. It is time to put this bounty on Keith to see if we can get the best UCAR drivers out there to try and out run Mr. Brame Jr and take the bounty home with them.

If no one wins the bounty at East Carolina Motor Speedway on June 6th the bounty will increased by 25.00 at the Wake County Speedway race on June 26th

David Roebuck and Larry P. Walls are proud to announce that on June 6, 2009 the Walls Roofing UCAR Clash for Cash will be at the East Carolina Motor Speedway. With the some of the VA tracks not running UCARS on that night we should have a big car count. Purse and times will be released as soon as we have them.


Larry P. Walls

The UCAR Clash Series took to the dirt for the second time this year, but the result was the same � Keith Brame Jr. strolled easily into County Line Speedway's victory lane. Though last season saw no repeat winners on the Clash tour, Brame has dominated the series this year, winning the first three races in a row. Ben Walker of Gibsonville and Travis Taylor of LaGrange won the two opening heat races, setting the 14-car feature field. Braime didn't finish well in his heat race, but stormed through the field to be in the lead with the dust settled after 25-laps. The race was slowed by only one caution flag, a crash involving Mike Srickland, Robert Arch, Shane Phillips and Taylor. Brame also collected the Foss Auto Recycling hard charger of the race award as well as the $50 Walls' Roofing bonus money. Second place went to Walker, third went to Mike Chapman in his first race on dirt, Jason Miller was fourth and David Kerns finished fifth.

It is no surprise the Walls� Roofing UCAR Clash series� most experienced dirt driver took the checkered flag for the series� first ever race on a non-paved track. Keith Brame Jr., of Gibsonville, passed early leader Robert Arch of Clayton on his way to his second Clash victory of the year. Brame, who runs regularly on dirt at 311 Motor Speedway in Madison, became the first driver to repeat as a winner in the UCAR Clash for Cash series.

In the first qualifying heat race, Robert Arch pulled out to an early lead over Richmond Virginia's Renno Marchetti, who started at the rear of the field due to his top three finishing position in the March race. In the second heat, Brame, who also started at the rear, pulled ahead to an early lead, taking the checkered over Jason Miller and Shane Phillips. Though it was many drivers� first time on a dirt track, both heat races went caution free.

In the feature, Arch was an early leader, but was passed by Brame. Arch brought out the first caution of the day, as his car experienced troubles on the backstretch. Once the race restarted, Brame pulled out to his comfortable lead as Arch tried to work his way back through the field. The caution flew again a short time later as Travis Taylor�s T3 spun down the backstretch after contact from another car.

As the field was bunched up again, Arch had worked his way back into the top five. A few laps later, the F1 car made contact with Drew Starling�s #54 on the front stretch, sending Starling on a wild ride into and on top of the inside retaining wall. For the second race in a row, the Clash Series� stringent safety requirements kept a driver safe after a vicious impact.

Once the race restarted, the action was heated with less than 10 laps to go. Contact sent Miller, Shane Phillips and several other drivers into a pile up in turn four, setting up a final restart with five laps remaining.

On the single file restart, Brame pulled off into the sunset, taking the win and the $500 grand prize. Arch crossed the line second, Marchetti third, Phillips fourth and Mike Strickland in fifth.

After the race, Series Director Larry Walls and chief tech inspector Randy Pearce made the decision to disqualify Arch from the race, on the grounds of rough driving. Pearce met with drivers in the pits following the event and said incidents resulting from heavy contact on the straight-aways would not be tolerated in the future. The decision moved Marchetti up to second, a strong showing for the Virginia driver, who had never made a lap on a dirt track. Marchetti also received the Walls� Roofing bonus award for being the highest finishing car with the company logo on the side. For the second race in a row, Fayetteville�s Jason Beck received the hard charger bonus, for gaining the most positions in the race. Beck started the race at the tail of the field in 12th, but finished seventh. The series now heads into its second dirt race of the season at County Line Raceway in Elm City. Brame is on a hot streak this year, winning every race he has entered. In addition to his Clash victories, Brame has won three races at Ace Speedway and two at 311. However, now that some of the other drivers have caught on to the dirt tracks, the County Line race should be strongly contested.


Keith Brame Jr. Wins 2009 Opener

Ace Speedway champion Keith Brame Jr. dominated the Walls' Roofing UCAR Clash for Cash North/South Spring Shootout, a wild race that included several caution flags and two red flag periods. Southside Speedway's Renno Marchetti IV and Raleigh's Kevin Herndon won the two opening heat races, setting the field for the 50 lap feature event. The race started calmly enough, but the tranquility wouldn't last long. The caution would fly on lap 7 for a spin by Michael Strickland. A few laps latter, Raleigh's Jim Bounds would spin, setting up a strange series of events under caution. Drivers Sammy "Showtime" Pacitti and Virginia's Michael Waters made heavy contact under caution causing damage to both cars. The jockeying for position under caution forced officials to throw the red flag to re-organize the field. Kevin Herndon continued his early lead as the action heated up and three-wide bumping and grinding was the norm. The caution would fly yet again a short time later, with Pacitti, Waters and Kenneth Parton colliding after running three wide. Once green flag racing continued, it didn't take long for trouble to rear its head again. Strickland and Ronnie Devera would set off the hardest crash of the day, with Strickland backing his machine into the track's crossover gate and destroying his #9 Saturn. The red flag flew again for cleanup but Strickland wasn't injured in the wreck. A short time later, Herndon made contact with the outside retaining wall, ending his day and chances at winning at his home speedway. Keith Brame Jr. took over the lead and wouldn't look back. Several subsequent restarts gave other drivers a chance to race for position. In the end it was Brame, Marchetti, Mike Chapman, Robert Arch and Shane Phillips rounding out the top five. Parton worked his way back through the field for a sixth place run, Jason Miller finished seventh, Jason Beck Eighth, Waters ninth and David Wiggins 10th. Beck, who started 17th, passed the most cars and won the Hard Charger award. The UCAR Clash for Cash series will visit Fayetteville Motor Speedway on April 25 for their second race of the season and first ever race on a dirt surface!

UCAR Clash Race from Wake County

by Mason Dunn

Saturday has come and gone and the 2009 season of the UCAR Clash for Cash series is officially under way. While many tracks that house these backyard barn burners are still in their off-season 19 UCAR teams from North Carolina and Virginia made their way out to the � mile bullring known as Wake County Speedway for the first ever North/South Spring Clash. Teams representing a diverse group of tracks including Ace, Wake County, Langley and Southside took on the track and each other on a mid-March Saturday that saw some great racing weather albeit a bit on the chilly side. In the pits there was a great sense of camaraderie between the teams and many who were willing to help each other throughout the day to try to make sure that everyone got the chance to race in the feature. This is a feeling that series coordinator Larry Walls hopes and believes will continue through the rest of the season. For those fans who took advantage of the 5 dollar ticket prices being offered were giving way more then their money�s worth in on-track action. From seeing the stars of tomorrow take the track in the Junior Mini Cup race to the hard nosed door slamming fender bending action in the 50 lap UCAR feature the day was full of high value entertainment. The heat races which saw two lucky fans win the chance to ride in the pace car, the same was done in the main, featured some great door to door racing. The first heat which determined the inside row of the starting line up for the feature got off to a rocky start with the 87 of Matt Grines getting turned in the first corner in front of the entire field. Luckily no one made major contact and everyone continued on. The race went the rest of the way without seeing another caution and had a great battle for the win between the 58 of Kevin Herndon and the 18 of Mike Chapman. It was a great NC-VA battle with NC taking the win this round by about half a car length. The second heat of the day, determining the outside starting row, saw some drivers day come to an early end as the B2 of Ben Walker and the 54 of Drew Starling were unable to make the green flag. The race once again came down to a battle of two drivers from different states. Renno Marchetti IV out of Virginia pitted his blue 01 against the flat black F1 of Robert Arch from North Carolina and this time it was the Virginian that pulled out the win and earned a spot on the front row. The feature would continue to showcase this North Carolina-Virginia battle as the top 4 were beating and banging fighting for every inch that they could find on the track. Representing Carolina was the K12 of Keith Brame Jr and the F1 of Robert Arch and in the other corner was Virginia drivers Mike Chapman in the 18 and Renno Marchetti IV in the 01. The race although a bit plagued with cautions was also filled with great 2 and 3 wide racing, beating and banging down the straights and in the corners and a whole mess of other on-track action that had everyone in the stands either standing or on the edge of their seats. From my perspective up in the tower sitting behind the computer being there was worth every minute of my day and I look forward to the next clash race that I am able to go to and cover this exciting up and coming series.

From a driver's perspective

First race news archive

NYSSA SIMONS WINS TWO TICKETS TO THE UCAR CLASH RACE AT WCS. She also will get to ride in the UCAR Clash Show and Fan Ride along Pace car in the main event on Saturday March 21st. We will have a 50/50 drawing on Saturday to win half of the 50/50 and a ride in the Show and Fan Ride along Pace car in the first heat race and a second fan will be drawn to ride in the second heat race. The other part of the 50/50 will go to pay the winners of both heat races on Saturday. Friday night March 20th we will have a pre-race dinner at Logan's Roadhouse in Garner. Logan's is off Whiteoak Rd and the corner of 1000 Timber Dr. All cars that practice on the 20th will be done by 5:00 pm. The dinner will be at 6:00 so lets get together and meet all of our new and old drivers. UCAR Clash fans are welcome to come. Larry P. Walls of the UCAR Clash and Josh Lief of Virginia International Raceway are proud to announce that the UCAR Clash for Cash will race at VIR on Sunday September 6, 2009. We will have a test date on Sunday August 30, 2009 on the 1.1 mile Patriot course and race the following weekend. This will be a points race for the Clash For Cash. The first race for the Walls Roofing UCAR Clash for Cash will be at Wake County Speedway on March 21st. Pit gates open at 8 with car tech from 8-10, practice starts at 10-11 last round of practice at 12 noon heat races start at 1 and the main event should start around 2. Pit road will cost $25.00 per person to WCS and a $25.00 Clash fee to race in the Clash race. Also on the 21st the Future Stars Mini Cup cars will be at the track. The grand stands will open at 11. The cost for our fans will be $5.00 per person There will be track side parking on a first come first serve deal. Track side parking will start at 8am the cost of that will be $25.00 per person in the car plus a 10.00 charge per car. I am working on putting the purse together now I need some sponsors if anyone would like to sponsor this race please call me at 919-291-0938. The purse should be 500.00 -300-200-100- and the track will pay from there back 50.00 35.00 and $15.00 per car back to the 20th place car. ~ Larry P. Walls

High School Racers

Thanks to the work of a great race fan and a car owner from Wake County Speedway, Broughton High School will build a UCAR to be raced in the Clash for Cash and at WCS. The car will be built and driven by students.

Now here is the best part- Mr Brantley is working on getting all of the High Schools in Wake County, Johnson County, and Harnett County to build cars and complete in a points type deal to see who can build and drive the best UCAR. Not only could this be big for WCS but if all tracks could call their local High Schools maybe this could bring a whole new group of new racers and fans to our tracks. Just think in one of our local high schools could be your next Nascar driver or one of the best mechanics at any level of racing. If your school would like to know more you can bring your shop class to Wake County Speedway on March 21st and see the UCAR North/South Spring Clash Race, or you can have your teacher call me at 919-291-0938 to find how to get started building your UCAR.

U-Cars Broadcast Live

The first race for the Walls Roofing UCAR Clash for Cash at Wake Co. on March 21, 2009 will be broadcasted live (audio only, MRN style). Wesley Outland will anchor the broadcast. The broadcast team will be updated as announcers are added. Sponsorship packages are available to help pay for the air time. As of now, December 20, 2008 the show and live race broadcasts that are produced by Victory Lane Productions will air on RaceFanRadio.com but that may change. (possibly to RaceTalkRadio.com)

~Larry Walls

2009 Schedule Released

Wake County Speedway will receive the first race of the 2009 Clash season, as well as the season ending race and a mid-summer June shootout as well. Dillon Motor Speedway returns for a September date again this year. The Clash welcomes newcomers Ace Speedway and Orange County Speedway. The two legendary short tracks will bring more cars and fans into the Clash fold. The UCAR Clash will get dirty for the first time this year, with three dirt races. Fayetteville Motor Speedway will host the clash twice and County Line Speedway in Elm City will also hold a Clash date. Please check the schedule page for a full listing of dates for the 2009 season.