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GEORGIA ASPHALT SERIES
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4/16/06 - Ruble powers to win the GAS Series event at "The Melon"

3/17/06 - Anderson Motor Speedway hosting the Georgia Asphalt Series March 25th

2/14/06 - Five Star Rookie Class strong in the Georgia Asphalt Series

1/28/06 - South Georgia Motorsports Park to host the Georgia Asphalt Series

1/27/06 - Georgia Asphalt Series adds South Georgia and Anderson to '06 Schedule

1/3/06 - Georgia Asphalt Series expanding to new tracks and into Alabama in '06

12/6/05 - Georgia Asphalt Series 2005 Season in Review

 

 

 

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Ruble powers to win the GAS Series event at "The Melon"

By Allen Hastings
GAS Series Media Director

Cordele, GA - April 16, 2006 - As it is with every Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) visit to the 4/10 mile, Watermelon Capital Speedway, the race ends up being a "knock down drag out" event. This one proved to be no different. Hard racing, of course, brings numerous cautions. Yet, the racing was intense through out the field. Thirty nine GAS Series competitors were on hand for the first leg of the "Run 'em Ragged Tour of Georgia", to attempt to qualify for the 32 car field.

Greg Motes of Oakwood, Georgia started on the pole due to the dice roll. At the green flag, Motes jumped out to the lead and looked to be the dominate racer. Korey Ruble of Dothan, Alabama had other plans. Ruble began to make his charge to the front about halfway through the 100 lap event. Ruble took the lead on lap 66 and begin to show his muscle.

Jefferson, Georgia's, Taylor Satterfield, seemed to be the only driver to be able to challenge Ruble for the lead, but was unable to get by the Ruble. This was Ruble's first start with the GAS Series in 2006 and his first win.

Satterfield had his best finish on the 2006 season with the second place finish. Rounding out the top five were Bubba Pollard, Doug Stevens and Beau Slocomb. Motes ended up tenth in the finishing order.

Slocomb's evening started out rough. Due to an off track incident during qualifying, Slocomb had to start the 100 lap feature with a provisional.
Slocomb was able to charge from the back of the field to a 5th place finish. Slocomb won the Hightower Racing Transmissions Hard Charger Award.

Local driver Steve Renner of nearby Perry, Georgia was setting up for a great finish, but erupted an engine toward the end of the race, relegating
Renner to a 22nd place finish.

Kevin Stevens of Gainesville, Georgia recovered from an adventure off the turn three, banking into the drainage ditch to finish eighth.

After failing to make the show in the last two GAS Series events, Anderson, South Carolina's, Chad Brawn ,was able to make the show at the Melon. Brawn's crew was able to correct mechanical problems plauging them in the first two events.

There were 6 drivers who failed to make the show on their qualifying times.

The GAS Series returns to the Watermelon Capital Speedway on Saturday, June 10th.

The next event for the Georgia Asphalt Series will be the second leg of the "Run 'em Ragged Tour of Georgia" at the new South Georgia Motorsports Park in Cecil, Georgia, Saturday evening, April 22nd. This will be the first ever visit to the state of the art, 1/2 mile oval. For more information about SGMP, log onto www.sgmpracing.com.

For more information about the GAS Series, log onto www.georgiaasphaltseries.com.

Official Results
1) Korey Ruble - Dothan, AL
2)Taylor Satterfield - Commerce, GA
3 )Bubba Pollard - Senoia, GA
4) Doug Stevens - Lovejoy, GA
5) Beau Slocomb - Juliette, GA
6) David Elliott - Suwanee, GA
7) Fredrick Moore - Gainesville, GA
8) Kevin Stephens - Gainesville, GA
9) Ronny Kittle - Watkinsville, GA
10) Greg Motes - Oakwood, GA
11) Ronnie Sanders - Fayetteville, GA
12) Devan Hall - Leesburg, GA
13) Chris Cable - Griffin, GA
14) Nick Potts - Jefferson, GA
15) Scotty Ellis - Forsyth, GA
16) Mike Ezell - Eatonton, GA
17) Kevin Stevens - Gainesville, GA
18) Corey Hendrix - Statesboro, GA
19) Chad Brawn - Anderson, SC
20) Richard Johns - Lawrenceville, GA
21) John Wes Townley - Watkinsville, GA
22) Steve Renner - Perry, GA
23) Jason Harvey - Pine View, GA
24) Merle Diem Jr. - Americus, GA
25) Alan Happel - Kathleen, GA
26) Michael Pope - Dublin, GA
27) Richie Etheridge - Buford, GA
28) Jess Maddox - Waycross, GA
29) Skeeter Godbee - Sylvania, GA
30) James Nealis - Gainesville, GA
31) Melvyn Cooper - Albany, GA
32) Matt Hawkins - Canton, GA
Georgia Asphalt Series Contingency Sponsors...

a.. Atlanta Freightliner Pole Award - 6 Metro Atlanta Locations www.atlantafreightliner.com

b.. Five Star Racecar Bodies Rookie of the Year Award - Twin Lakes, WI www.fivestarbodies.com

c.. Hightower Racing Transmissions Hard Charger Award - Travelers Rest, SC 864-834-7712

d.. RaceTrailerSales.com - Riverdale, GA

e.. PitBoxes.com - Riverdale, GA

f.. McKinney's Design and Graphics Jefferson, GA 706-367-4118

g.. US Auto Sales - 9 Metro Atlanta Locations www.usautosales.info

h.. Port City Racecars - Muskegon, MI www.portcityracing.com

i.. Hoosier Asphalt Oval South - Welcome, NC 336 - 731-6100

j.. SST Motorsports - Braselton, GA www.sstmotorsports.com

k.. Sunoco Racing Fuels - Bearden Oil Company - Eastman, GA www.beardenoilcompany.com

l.. Garrison Racing Equipment - Cornelia, GA www.garrisonracing.com

m.. Up Front Carburation - Cornelia, GA 706-778-0821

n.. Port City South Racing - Buford, GA 770-945-8849

o.. Revolution Shocks - Buford, GA www.revolutionshocks.com

p.. ARP Racecar Bodies - Greenbriar, TN www.arpbodies.com

q.. Joe Gibbs Performance Racing Oil - Charlotte, NC www.joegibbsracingoil.com

r.. Bassett Wheel - Burlington, WI www.bassettwheel.com

s.. TrickFab.com - Senoia, GA

t.. RaceDriverCards.com - Chicago, IL

u.. Charles Caudell Photography Jefferson, GA 706-658-4639 www.charlescaudellphotography.com

REMAINING 2006 GAS Series Schedule

Replacement dates for Montgomery AL to be announced soon

4/22 South Georgia Motorsports Park
4/29
Peach State Speedway

5/13
TBA

5/27
TBA

6/10
Watermelon Capital Speedway

6/24
Peach State Speedway

7/8
TBA

7/22
Peach State Speedway

8/5
Lanier National Speedway

8/19
Peach State Speedway

9/2
Watermelon Capital Speedway

9/23
Peach State Speedway

10/7
TBA

10/20-22
World Crown Weekend

Peach State Speedway

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Anderson Motor Speedway hosting the Georgia Asphalt Series March 25th

by: Allen Hastings
GAS Media Director

Anderson, SC - - - Coming off an extremely successful season opener for the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) for Pro Late Models, the series heads to the 3/8th mile paved oval, Anderson Motor Speedway in Anderson, South Carolina.The event is Saturday evening, March 25th. This will be the first ever venture out of the State of Georgia for the touring series.

At the last Georgia Asphalt Series event, forty one GAS Series Pro Late Models were on hand at Lanier National Speedway in Northeast Georgia. Joey Senter, the GAS Series'
2005 Champion, was the winner of the 150 lapper, passing Paul Kelley coming out of turn four on the last lap in a wild finish.

The series will visit six tracks in Georgia, Alabama and of course South Carolina in 2006.

The event at AMS will be 100 laps for the GAS Series racers. Racing will begin at 7:00.

AMS is located off I-85 at Exit 27. Then north on SC 81..

For more information, check out www.andersonmotorspeedway.com and www.georgiaasphaltseries.com or call (864) 882-0220.

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Five Star Rookie Class strong in the Georgia Asphalt Series

by:Allen Hastings

Jefferson, Georgia - February 14, 2006 - The Georgia Asphalt Series has billed itself as an developmental series for drivers who have aspirations to move up in the ranks to the big leagues. The 2006 Georgia Asphalt Series Five Star Race Car Bodies Rookie Class is the strongest in the series three year history.

Joey Senter of Jefferson, Georgia, was the 2005 Georgia Asphalt Series Champion and he was also a Rookie.

Rookie drivers from a wide range of racing backgrounds have signed on to take on the veterans in the 2006 campaign and more are expected.

Rookie drivers like Scott Davis of Dawsonville, Georgia and Greg Motes of Gainesville, Georgia have both come from the Super Truck ranks. Both gentleman have already experienced life in a touring series by touring with the Southern All-Stars (now the O'Reilly Super Truck Series).

Zach Holloway of Newnan, Georgia, Nick Potts and Bobby Hill both of Jefferson, Georgia, Russell Shore of Commerce, Georgia and Carl Simpson of Uvalda, Georgia have been racing local late model events and are now making the move to a touring series. Holloway takes over the ride, driven by ARCA Driver, David Odell in 2005.

Two other very promising young men are coming out of the Bandelero/Legends ranks. John Wes Townley of Athens, Georgia, got a few Pro Late Models events under his belt in the 2005 season. Chris Cable of Griffin, Georgia, is a Bandelero/Legends Champion, bringing his talents to the Georgia Asphalt Series.

"We are very excited about this strong group of Rookie's coming on board to run the GAS Series this season," said Micky Cain, Georgia Asphalt series Director."It ought to make for an exciting year."

It should be a great race to the 2006 Georgia Asphalt Series - Five Star Rookie of the Year Championship.

The Georgia Asphalt Series opens it's 2006 season Saturday, March 11th at Lanier National Speedway in Braselton, Georgia with a 150 lap feature event.

Open Practice will be held at Peach State Speedway, Saturday, February 18th from 12 Noon-4:00PM for the Georgia Asphalt Series competitors.

Check out www.peachstspeedway.com for more series information.

2006 Schedule Georgia Asphalt Series
3/11Lanier National Speedway

3/25Anderson (SC) Motor Speedway

4/15Watermelon Capital Speedway

4/22 South Georgia Motorsports Park

4/29Peach State Speedway

5/13 Montgomery (AL) Motor Speedway

5/27TBA

6/10Watermelon Capital Speedway

6/24Peach State Speedway

7/8Montgomery (AL) Motor Speedway

7/22Peach State Speedway

8/5Lanier National Speedway

8/19Peach State Speedway

9/2Watermelon Capital Speedway

9/23Peach State Speedway

10/7Montgomery (AL) Motor Speedway

10/20-22 World Crown Weekend at Peach State Speedway

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South Georgia Motorsports Park to host the Georgia Asphalt Series

by: Allen Hastings

Cecil, Georgia -  January 28, 2006 - The Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) for Pro Late Model Stock Cars, is pleased to announce the series will make it's first visit to the 5/8 mile oval, South Georgia Motorsports Park, Saturday evening, April 22nd.

The GAS Series is a touring series based out of Peach State Speedway in Jefferson, Georgia. In 2006, over 100 drivers from 7 states competed with the series.

In 2006, the series will run at Peach State Speedway in Jefferson, Georgia, Lanier National Speedway in Braselton, Georgia, South Georgia Motorsports Park in Cecil, Georgia, Watermelon Capital Speedway in Cordele, Georgia (April 15, June 10 and September 2), Montgomery Motor Speedway in Montgomery, Alabama and of Anderson Motor Speedway in Anderson, South Carolina

"We are pleased to take the GAS Series to such a top notch facility like South Georgia,"
said Micky Cain, GAS Series Director.

The speedway is located off I-75 (From either the North or South) and get off on exit 32.
From the Exit 32, go East on Old Coffee Road for .3 miles and then go North on Highway 41 for 1.1 miles to SGMP.

For more information, call the GAS Series office at 706-387-7490.

2006 GEORGIA ASPHALT SERIES SCHEDULE
March 11 Lanier National Speedway - Braselton, Georgia March 25 Anderson Motor Speedway - Anderson, South Carolina April 15 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia April 22 South Georgia Motorsports Park - Cecil, Georgia April 29 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia May 13 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama May 27 TBA June 10 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia June 24 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia July 8 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama July 22 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia August 5 Lanier National Speedway - Braselton, Georgia August 19 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia September 2 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia September 23 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia October 7 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama October 20-22 World Crown Weekend - Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia Schedule is subject to change.

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Georgia Asphalt Series adds South Georgia and Anderson to '06 Schedule

by:Allen Hastings

Jefferson, Georgia - January 27, 2006 - The Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) for Pro Late Models, continue it's growth into neighboring states and new speedway's in Georgia.

The GAS Series is pleased to announce it has added Anderson Motor Speedway in Anderson, South Carolina and South Georgia Motorsports Park near Valdosta, Georgia, to it's 2006 schedule.

The GAS Series will make it's first ever visit to the Palmetto State of South Carolina with a visit to Anderson Motor Speedway, Saturday, March 25th for a 100 lap main event.

South Georgia Motorsports Park in Cecil, Georgia will host the GAS Series on Saturday, April 22nd. This will be the first ever visit to the 1/2 mile tri oval.

The GAS Series season opens March 11th at Lanier National Speedway in Braselton, Georgia.

For more information, call the GAS Series office at 706-387-7490.

2006 GEORGIA ASPHALT SERIES SCHEDULE
March 11 Lanier National Speedway - Braselton, Georgia
March 25 Anderson Motor Speedway - Anderson, South Carolina
April 15 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia
April 22 South Georgia Motorsports Park - Cecil, Georgia
April 29 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia
May 13 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama
May 27 TBA
June 10 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia
June 24 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia
July 8 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama
July 22 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia
August 5 Lanier National Speedway - Braselton, Georgia
August 19 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia
September 2 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia
September 23 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia
October 7 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama
October 20-22 World Crown Weekend - Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia
Schedule is subject to change _______________________________________

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Georgia Asphalt Series expanding to new tracks and into Alabama in '06

by: Allen Hastings

Jefferson, GA (January 3, 2006) - - With the growth of the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) for Pro Late Models, the series will expand to new tracks, including one in Alabama.

The GAS Series will kickoff it's 2006 season at a new venue for the series, Lanier National Speedway in Braselton, Georgia, on March 11th. The series will revisit the 3/8 mile oval on August 5th.

Another new venue for the series will be Montgomery Motor Speedway near Montgomery, Alabama. There are three dates scheduled at the historic 1/2 mile oval (May 13, July 8 and October 7).

The series will also compete at it's home track, Peach State Speedway in Jefferson, Georgia and at Watermelon Capital Speedway in Cordele, Georgia.

GAS Series Officials are currently in negotiations with Management of other speedway's for additional events.

For more information about the GAS Series call 706-387-7490.

2006 Georgia Asphalt Series Schedule
March 11th Lanier National Speedway - Braselton, Georgia 3/8 mile oval
April 1 TBA
April 8 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia 3/8 mile oval
April 29 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia 1/2 mile oval
May 13 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama 1/2 mile oval
May 27 TBA
June 10 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia 3/8 mile oval
June 24 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia 1/2 mile oval
July 8 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama 1/2 mile oval
July 22 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia 1/2 mile oval
August 5 Lanier National Speedway - Braselton, Georgia 3/8 mile oval
August 19 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia 1/2 mile oval
September 2 Watermelon Capital Speedway - Cordele, Georgia 3/8 mile oval
September 23 Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia 1/2 mile oval
October 7 Montgomery Motor Speedway - Catoma, Alabama 1/2 mile oval
October 20-22 World Crown Weekend - Peach State Speedway - Jefferson, Georgia 1/2 mile oval

Schedule is subject to change

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Georgia Asphalt Series 2005 Season in Review

by:Allen Hastings

Jefferson, GA - December 6, 2005 - Almost 100 drivers from 8 states competed in the Georgia Asphalt Series in it's sophomore season. The series has grown tremendously and looks to expand in 2006 into surrounding states and other tracks within Georgia.

For Commerce, Georgia's, Joey Senter, consistency paid off in 2005. Senter never won a Georgia Asphalt Series event in 2005, but, he had nine top 5 finishes and thirteen top 10 finishes in the 16 race season.

The championship run came down to the final race of the season at Peach State Speedway this past weekend. Senter and Doug Stevens neck to neck in points. Senter finished 3rd in the World Crown 200, but, Stevens could only garner a 17th place finish, making Senter 2005 Georgia Asphalt Series Champion.

Senter's sponsors include, Springer Mountain Farms, RS Trucking, Equipment Unlimited, Inline Concrete Pumping and Port City South.

Senter was also 2005 GAS Series Rookie of the Year.

Reviews
Race #1- March 13 - Peach State Speedway - Quinton Freeman Memorial 200
33 cars took the green flag to kick off the 2006 Georgia Asphalt Series season. Sevierville, Tennessee's Gary Helton passed Roger Delp with 5 laps to go to win the 200 lap event. Rounding out the top 5 were Delp, Fredrick Moore, Joey Senter and Ray Brooks.

Race#2- April 2 - Watermelon Capital Speedway
33 cars were on hand and 28 took the green flag in the first visit to the south Georgia oval. Bubba Pollard of Senoia, Georgia inherited the win after Mobile, Alabama's Cale Gale was disqualified after failing a post race inspection in the caution filled 100 lapper. Rounding out the top 5 was Fredrick Moore, Joey senter, Billy McGinnis and David Odell.

Race #3- April 9 - Senoia Speedway
22 cars were on hand for the 100 lap GAS feature at Senoia Speedway.
Gainesville, Georgia's Kevin Stephens got his first victory of the season holding off a charging Ronnie Sanders. Rounding out the top 5 were Sanders, Ronnie Kittle, Bubba Polard and Roger Delp.

Race#4- April 23 - Senoia Speedway
Roger Delp of Newnan, Georgia, dominated for the win in the 100 lap GAS Series feature. Rounding out the top 5 was Bubba Pollard, Joey Senter, David Elliot and Jimmy Garmon. Twenty five drivers were on hand for this event.

Race#5- May 14 - Senoia Speedway
Kevin Stephens of Gainesville, Georgia took his second win of the season leading flag to flag in the 100 lap GAS feature ahead of the 25 other competitors. Rounding out the top 5 were Doug Stevens, Roger Delp, Ronny Kittle and Korey Ruble.

Race #6- May 28 - Watermelon Capital Speedway Taking his second win of the season Roger Delp of Newnan, Georgia bested 24 other drivers to win the 100 lap GAS feature. Rounding out the top 5 were, Korey Ruble, Ronnie Sanders, Doug Stevens and Jimmy Garmon.

Race# 7- June 25 - Peach State Speedway - Toyota Tundra 100 Presented by Jones Recycling Lovejoy, Georgia's Doug Stevens inherited his first win of the season after Roger Delp failed a post race inspection. Rounding out the top 5 of the 31 car field were, Clark Ninnamen, Joey Senter, Matt Hawkins and Ronny Kittle.

Race#8- July 16 - Senoia Speedway
Roger Delp redeemed himself by passing Beau Slocomb with 9 laps to go on his way to the victory in the 100 lap GAS feature. Rounding out the top 5 of the 24 car field were Slocomb, Korey Ruble, Jimmy Garmon and Ronny Kittle.

Race#9- July 23 - Peach State Speedway
Jefferson, Georgia's Kevin Perry took his first ever late model and GAS series win. Perry took the lead from Richie Etheridge on lap 93 on his way the win. Rounding out the top 5 of the 30 car field were Etheridge, Fredrick Moore, Joey Senter and Ryan Seig.

Race#10-July 31 - Senoia Speedway
Doug Stevens of Lovejoy, Georgia inherited another win after Boaz, Alabama's Chris Whorton failed the post race inspection. Rounding out the top 5 of the 20 car field were Roger Delp, Kevin Stphens, Ronnie Sanders and Joey Senter.

Race#11- August 20 - Peach State Speedway Paul Kelley of Snellville, Georgia lead flag to flag to take the GAS 100.
Rounding out the top 5 of the 30 car field were Richie Etheridge, Fredrick Moore, Joel Anderson and Doug Stevens.

Race#12- September 3 - Senoia Speedway
Juliette, Georgia's Beau Slocomb took his first win of the 2005 season.
Rounding out the top 5 of the 24 car field were Fredrick Moore, Ronnie Sanders, Scotty Ellis and Joey Senter.

Race#13- September 17 - Peach State Speedway - Atlanta Freightliner 100 presented by Yancey Power Equipment.
Kevin Perry took his second GAS win at Peach State Speedway in 2005.
Rounding out the top 5 of the 29 car field were Ronny Kittle, Joey Senter, Kevin Stephens and Beau Slocomb.

Race#14-October 1 -Watermelon Capital Speedway - Sunbelt Ford 100 Racing Veteran Ronnie Sanders of Fayetteville, Georgia won his first GAS Series feature of the season besting the 27 car field. Rounding out the top
5 were Taylor Satterfield, Bubba Pollard, Kevin Sephens and Chris Dilbeck.

Race#15-October 8 - Senoia Speedway
Juliette, Georgia's Beau Slocomb took his second win of the 2005 season leading flag to flag of the 100 lap feature. Rounding out the top 5 of the 20 car field were Fredrick Moore, Roger Delp, Joey Senter and Doug Stevens.

Race#16-October 23 - Peach State Speedway - Thomas Concrete World Crown 200 Sanders finishes 2005 GAS season with World Crown 200 win at Peach State.
The 2005 Thomas Concrete World Crown 200 at Peach State Speedway lived up to it's hype. The competition in every division was exciting for the fans and competitive for the drivers.

Veteran racer Ronnie Sanders of Fayetteville, Georgia, took the lead on lap
154 from 2004 Georgia Asphalt Series Champion Fredrick Moore, on his way to win the Georgia Asphalt Series Thomas Concrete - World Crown 200 Sunday afternoon. Ironically, Sanders competed in the very first World Crown event at the speedway in 1982.

This was also Sanders second win in the last 3 Georgia Asphalt Series events. The last coming at Watermelon Capital Speedway on October 1st.

Competition was through out the field with 7 lead changes among 7 drivers.
Taylor Satterfield, 2005 Southern All-Stars Champion Matt Hawkins, Wayne Willard, Bubba Pollard, Doug Stevens and Fredrick Moore each took turns leading the 200 lap event.

There were 10 cautions during the event, including a multi car pile up coming out of turn two involving several drivers. No one was injured.
Peach State Speedway World Crown 200 Results Official Results for Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) World Crown 200
(47 entries) Top 10
1)Ronnie Sanders - Fayetteville, GA
2)Frederick Moore - Gainesville, GA
3)Joey Senter - Commerce, GA (2005 GAS Series Champion) 4)Roger Delp - Newnan, GA 5)David Elliot - Suwanee, GA 6)David Hole - Cumming, GA 7)Ryan Seig - Tucker, GA 8)Greg Motes - Canton, GA 9)Kevin Stephens - Gainesville, GA 10)Ronny Kittle - Watkinsville, GA

The 2006 GAS schedule should be released by the end of the year.
For more information about the GAS Series call Competition Director Micky Cain at 706-387-7490.

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