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Josh Berry wins Round #8
of the Paramount Kia “Big 10” Challenge for the Bojangles Late Models

(July 16, 2016) -The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series was back at it again at Hickory Motor Speedway on Dale Earnhardt Chevrolet Night @ the Races presented by Coca Cola.

Starting off the night would be the Limited Late Models for their 35 lap feature. The #18 of Evan Swilling would snatch the pole after turning the fast lap in qualifying but Monty Cox in the #21 wasn't far off and would start to his outside. At the drop of the green flag the front duo would do battle for the top spot. Swilling would eventually nose ahead but Cox would never stray far. More Results

Dexter Canipe Jr.(#5) and Charlie Watson(#9)
Wins Twin Bojangles Late Model Stock

(July 9th, 2016) - NASCAR Whelen All American Series returned to Hickory Motor Speedway Saturday night with The Law Offices of Lyndon R. Helton, PLLC Night at the Races. Race fans would be treated to great car counts and twice the racing for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models with Twin 40s in the premier division.

Leading off the night would be the first Twin 40 for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models. Dexter Canipe Jr. In the #5 would set the fastest 1st lap in his 2 lap qualifying session to grab the pole while 2012 & 2013 NASCAR Whelen All American Series Hickory Motor Speedway Track Champion Austin McDaniel in the #12 would make a return visit to the Birthplace of the NASCAR Stars and grab the number 2 starting spot for Race #1. At the drop of the green flag Canipe and McDaniel would battle side by side for the top spot. Canipe would finally nose ahead but McDaniel would keep the pressure on Canipe turned up. More Results

Cale Gale Wins "Firecracker 125" at Hickory Motor Speedway
Second Wins In 2016 For SMRT Event

July 2, 2016-(Hickory, NC): When the hot July sun settled behind the clouds Saturday afternoon, Cale Gale and the rest of the Southern Modified Race Tour teams kept things plenty warm with their own brand of heat in the “Firecracker 125” at Hickory Motor Speedway.

The afternoon started with Busch Pole qualifying. Gale edged Josh Nichols for the top spot just ahead of James Civali, Tom Buzze and Bobby Sheffield who was making his first Modified start since early last season. Darren Shaw, Drew Moffitt, Don Johnson and Junior Miller completed the cars posting times. Ryan Nelson and Jeremy Mayfield fought problems all afternoon and fell in at the end of the field for the start. Nelson had brake issues all afternoon and Mayfield's new JGL Racing team changed engines in the #8 car finishing the job just in time to grid the car. Race Results

Tyler Church Wins First NWAAS Late Model at Hickory Motor Speedway

(Hickory, NC 6/25/16) -NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing action returned to Hickory Motor Speedway with A-1 Roofing Night at the Races.

The Bojangles Late Models would roll off for their 7th installment of the Paramount Kia 'Big 10' Chase for the Championship. Dexter Canipe Jr in the #5 would grab the top spot after qualifying with the #21 of Tyler Church to his outside, the #17 of Ryan Millington and the #6 of Enrique Baca making up row 2. Canipe would take the early lead while Church would keep him within striking distance. After several laps Church decided to try his hand at the front of the field as he slipped by Canipe for the lead. The pair would stay that way for quite a few laps but would see Baca move up to challenge Canipe. more results

Josh Berry, winner of Round #6 of the
Paramount Kia ‘Big 10' Challenge for the Bojangles Late Models

June 4, 2016 Josh Berry in the #88 would set the fast time for the NASCAR Whelen All American Series Bojangles Late Models with Dexter Canipe Jr. in the #5 to his outside, Justin Carroll in the #57 and 2015 Hickory Motor Speedway Track Champion Matt Piercy in the #21 to his rear. Berry, Canipe, and Piercy would mix it up at the front of the pack with each taking turns at the point. Piercy would jump to the lead for several laps until Berry once again made his move back to the point. With 100 laps in store for Round #6 of the Paramount Kia 'Big 10' Racing Challenge, tire wear would be a critical issue for the field. . Race Results

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