Joe Reynolds led 82 laps to take victory in the Kobalt Tools 400 on Sunday, his first since the Mosport Road Course late last season. The win is also the second for Wood Brothers Racing, which last went to victory lane in the Daytona 500 in 2013B with Trevor Clark. Atlanta winner Philip von Borries … Continue reading Reynolds Wins Big In Vegas For Wood Bros.
Philip von Borries led a race high 178 laps en route to his first career win at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Sunday. In doing so, the Cabanilla-Haas driver held off Corvega Clash winner Joshua Wilkinson, who led the second most laps (83) among all drivers. Fred Martin would lead the field to green for the … Continue reading Von Borries Dominates for First Atlanta Win
Joshua Wilkinson won Saturday night's rain delayed 5th Annual Corvega Clash in likely one of the weirdest editions of the race so far. The race started a little after 9:30 after lingering rains forced the postponement of the ARCA series race prior to the event, and slowed track drying into the early evening. Once the … Continue reading Wilkinson Wins Weird and Wild Clash
The Corvega Cup Series returned to the race track Friday night with two practice sessions for the Corvega Clash scheduled to kick off at 6:30. Rain, however, cancelled the first of those two sessions, and delayed the start to Final Practice. Final Practice would be limited to just 35 minutes, giving teams a short amount … Continue reading Von Borries Paces Lone Clash Practice
The Corvega Cup Series kicks off the 2017-2018 season with the Corvega Clash, an exhibition, non-points race. For this season, major changes are coming to the race format, which has varied each year of it's existence, and the race will return to it's roots. Previously, the format has varied each season, from a two segment … Continue reading Corvega Clash Format is Set