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2012 News

June 30, 2012 –  Southern National – After qualifying 7th and running in the top five most of the night, Justin was involved in a wreck on lap 87 of the 125 lapper that took him out of the race with front end damage.
June 29, 2012 8:15pm – While Justin turned some really fast laps in practice today, the temperature soared to 107 degrees and much higher than that on the track. Temperatures for tomorrow are forcasted to be even hotter.
June 29, 2012- Justin is at Southern National Raceway Park practicing today for the 125 lap Super Late Model race tomorrow, Saturday June 30th. The track is a 4/10 mile located in Kenly, NC.  He was at the dyno yesterday and things went well so he is hoping for a good qualifying run and finish.  There has been a good field of cars at Kenly since the track reopened earlier this year and Justin will have some fierce competition.  Tomorrow the pit gate opens at 11:00am with practice at 2:00pm and qualifying at 5:00pm.  The green flag drops at 7:00pm.  Good Luck Justin!
May 26, 2012-Concord Motor Speedway CV Products 125- Justin started 20th and made his way up to the 10th spot by lap 10 of the race.  He avoided a major wreck and then was coming up on 6th place when he tapped the wall while running outside of Jay Fogleman.  He ran several more laps but the car had some minor damage that affected the handling so he had to park the car and finished in 19th place.
May 11, 2012-Wake County Speedway- Justin ran fast times in practice, qualified 13th and finished in the 10th spot in the 125 lapper…bringing the car home in one piece in the P.A.S.S. Super Late Model race at the 1/4 bullring track near Raleigh, NC.
4/21/2012 … “Orange County Speedway” … Justin Allison finally got to run his Ford Fusion “Grillin’ Sauce” #1 car at the “Pass 150” lap race at Orange County Speedway on Saturday night.  Just like the other races we have attempted, he ran really good in practice but our crate motor just won’t make the speed to qualify.  Justin started 22 out of the 26 cars there and it didn’t take but about fifteen laps for him to get in the top 15. He was patient all night as he worked his way into the top 10.  Justin did an excellent job of managing his tires, as the race was 150 green flag laps, and Justin was sitting in 9th place on the last restart with 30 laps to go.  With some awsome racing, as the laps were winding down, Justin moved into 7th place. He had his sights set on moving up, until interference with a lap car cost him too much ground on the track to make up in the short number of laps remaining, so Justin had to settle for a 7th place finish. 

The race “felt like a victory for him and the effort of his whole team”.  It was a great confidence booster for Justin after running so good in practice at the other events, but not being able to qaulify. The next race will be at Wake County Speedway on May 11th for the Pass 125 lapper.  As it looks right now, we may have our new engine for that event from Doug Yates and all the great guys at RoushYates Engines. We really look forward to competing in the remainder of the “Pass South” Super Late Model races, but right now we are taking them one at a time depending on sponsorship.