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Brandon Reed

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Recent Articles by Brandon Reed

  • Hickman scores Southern All Star win at Talladega Short Track
    EASTABOGA, AL—The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series returned to the Talladega Short Track Saturday night, as defending series champion Riley Hickman of Cleveland, TN put on a dominating performance.
  • Bell wins in PASS South debut at Orange County
    ROUGEMONT, NC – Making only his second start in an asphalt stock car, Oklahoma’s Christopher Bell dominated the second half of the Orange County 150 Saturday night at Orange County Speedway in Rougemont, NC for his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win.
  • Holman crowned Pro Cup Series champion at Hickory
    NEWTON, NC - Caleb Holman was hands down the fastest chicken in the South Saturday night at Hickory Motor Speedway in Newton, NC.
  • Edge holds off field for NeSmith DLMS Brunswick win
    BRUNSWICK, GA – Chase Edge of LaFayette, AL swept night two action of the Showdown On The Coast for the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series at Golden Isles Speedway in Bruswick, GA on Saturday night. Edge set fast time for the second straight night, led 37 of 50 laps and drove the Edge’s Gas Company Special to his second series win of the season.
  • Dawsonvilles Davis makes history as youngest NASCAR Modified Rookie of the Year
    DAWSONVILLE, GA - Heading into the 2014 NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour season, Dawsonville, GA's Spencer Davis and the North Carolina-based No. 79 Hillbilly Racing Team had one goal in mind - win the 2014 NWSMT Sunoco Rookie of the Year title.
  • Nicholson races to USCS win at Poplar Bluff Speedway
    POPLAR BLUFF, MO – Anthony Nicholson from Bartlett, TN stormed from the K&N Filters Pole Position into the lead in turn one of the 30-lap United Sprint Car Series main event and never looked back to score the USCS Sprint Car victory during the sprint car portion of the 14th annual Cotton Boll Cup at Poplar Bluff Speedway in Poplar Bluff, MO on Saturday night.
  • Johnson wins Brunswick, clinches NeSmith DLMS title
    BRUNSWICK, GA – Ronnie Johnson of Chattanooga, TN won the closest finish in the ten-year history of the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series on Friday night in the 50-lap main event of night one of the Showdown On The Coast at Golden Isles Speedway in Brunswick, GA, and in doing so, clinched the $20,000 2014 NeSmith Chevrolet DLMS National Championship.
  • Coby drives to second NASCAR Whelen Modified title
    THOMPSON, CT - It was the worst finish of the season for Doug Coby. But in the end, it didn't matter, as the Milford, CT driver lifted the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour trophy for the second time in three seasons Sunday.
  • No one injured in Atlanta Highway house fire Sunday
    GAINESVILLE - Hall County fire crews battled a house fire on Atlanta Highway Sunday evening.
  • Keselowski keeps title hopes alive at Talladega
    TALLADEGA, AL (AP) — Coming off a tumultuous week and backed into a must-win situation, Brad Keselowski pulled off one of his biggest victories.
  • Deal: Ebola response team will examine state preparedness
    ATLANTA - Governor Nathan Deal announced Sunday that he will sign an executive order creating an Ebola response team.
  • UGA postpones visit from Liberian journalist
    ATHENS, GA (AP) The University of Georgia has postponed a visit from a Liberian journalist over Ebola concerns.
  • Vickers wins Talladega pole in new qualifying format
    TALLADEGA, AL — A wild, crazy and often confusing session of knockout qualifying—the first under a new short-session format designed specifically for superspeedways—put Brian Vickers on the pole for Sunday’s GEICO 500 at Talladega Superspeedway.
  • Peters holds on for Truck Series victory in wild race at Talladega
    TALLADEGA, AL — Holding off all challengers in a race that went four-wide on the final two laps, Timothy Peters won the Fred’s 250 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race on Saturday at Talladega Superspeedway.
  • NASCAR Preview: Big names - win and advance, or else
    TALLADEGA, AL - Jimmie Johnson (six) and Brad Keselowski (one) have accounted for seven of the last eight NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championships.
  • Talladega is a must-win scenario for three notable drivers
    CONCORD, NC — When the smoke cleared, the dust settled, and the fists stopped flying on Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway, three of the most high-profile drivers in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series were back where they started.
  • McCoy sweeps Late Model features at Lavonia Speedway
    LAVONIA, GA - David McCoy doubled up on Saturday night, as he swept both Late Model features at Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, GA.
  • Madden wins Dega 100, Johnson takes Super Series title
    EASTABOGA, AL – Chris Madden of Laurens, SC breezed to his second Chevrolet Performance Super Late Model Series win of the season in the Crowder Trucking Special on Saturday night in the 2nd annual Dega 100 at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL. Madden took the lead from Ronnie Johnson on lap 20 and never looked back.
  • Erik Jones scores back-to-back Winchester 400 victories
    WINCHESTER, IN - Erik Jones withstood a furious battle over the last 40 laps with defending ARCA/CRA Super Series champion and current points leader Travis Braden to score his second consecutive Winchester Rifle trophy for winning the 43rd running of the Winchester 400 at Winchester Speedway Sunday afternoon.
  • Keselowski and Stewart fined after Charlotte
    CHARLOTTE, NC (AP) — NASCAR has fined Brad Keselowski and Tony Stewart for their post-race conduct at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
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