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March 26th, 2016 - Chris Ferguson Notches Podium Finish at Fayetteville
Returning with the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series, Chris Ferguson traveled to Fayetteville Motor Speedway (Fayetteville, North Carolina) on Saturday night for the Ed Gibbons Memorial. Timing in 3rd quick in a field of twenty-nine Super Late Models, Ferguson earned a 3rd place starting position for the main event. With $5,000 on the line, Chris held his starting position posting a 3rd place finish behind Dennis Franklin and Willie Milliken with Earl Pearson Jr. and Donald Bradsher rounding out the top five. (Gene Lefler Photo)

Complete results from this event can be found at www.CarolinaClash.com.

March 19th, 2016 - Ferguson Lands Podium Finish at Lancaster Speedway
Heading to Lancaster Speedway (Lancaster, South Carolina) on Saturday night, Chris Ferguson was one of seventeen Super Late Models signed in for the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series sanctioned Palmetto State Championship. Earning a 9th place starting position via preliminary action, Chris worked his way up to the 3rd spot until he suffered a flat tire with 20 laps remaining. Coming from the tail, Ferguson worked his way back into a 3rd place finish behind Ross Bailes and Dean Bowen with Ricky Weeks and Tim Allen rounding out the top five. (ZSK Photography)

Complete results from this event can be found at www.CarolinaClash.com.

March 18th, 2016 - Five Days Remain in Search For a Champion Contest
Hey guys, I hope everybody is having a great Friday! I am writing this post to ask you to please take the time to go and vote for us in the Champion Spark Plugs Search For A Champion.

I know you guys have seen hundreds of posts about voting for me but there are only 5 days left to vote! The fact that we even have a chance at winning a $50,000 sponsorship is a blessing in itself. I don't think I have to tell you guys how much that would do for my family owned team. Most people are under the impression that we are a large team that can travel every weekend because of our reputation and following. However that's just the opposite. We have a 1 car hauler, 1 car, and 1 motor. We do travel when we are winning races, because we put the money we win back into our racing program. This sponsorship will do so much for our team and it's up to you guys to help us have a better shot at winning.

Please SHARE this. Please comment on Champion Spark Plugs Facebook and Website, and let them know you guys think we should win this. Every little bit counts. It means more than you know.

Our team has accomplished so much already but we feel like this sponsorship can take our team to the next level. Help us become the winner of the contest by voting for us in the link below!

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March 12th, 2016 - Bad Luck for Ferguson in Carolina Clash Opener
On Saturday night Chris Ferguson traveled to Carolina Speedway (Gastonia, North Carolina) for the season opener of the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series. Drawing twenty-six Super Late Models for the 16th Annual Skyler Trull Memorial, Ferguson earned the pole position starting spot for the feature after timing in quickest in qualifying. After leading the first 22 laps, the bad luck arose again when Chris had to pull off with a broken right-front lower control arm.

Complete results from this event can be found at www.CarolinaClash.com.

March 6th, 2016 - Ferguson Notches Podium Finish on Sunday at Cherokee
Making the trip to North Georgia Speedway (Chatsworth, Georgia) on Saturday night, Chris Ferguson was one of thirty-five Super Late Models signed in for the Ultimate Super Late Model Series event. With time trials determining your starting position for the A-Main, Ferguson ran into issues early in the A-Main. Battling for a $4,000 payday, Chris was credited with a 24th place outing after retiring early from the feature.

The following night brought Ferguson to Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, South Carolina) for the Southern All Star Series March Madness XIV. Competing in a field of twenty-two cars, Chris earned a 6th place starting spot for the A-Main. With $10,000 on the line, Chris Ferguson gained three spots in the 60-lap affair scoring a 3rd place finish behind Chris Madden and Casey Roberts with Brandon Overton and Ross Bailes rounding out the top five.

Complete results from these events can be found at www.ULTIMATESupers.com and www.SASDirt.com.

March 3rd, 2016 - The Spark of a Champion
Every day after work at 5, my Dad, my brother/crew chief, and myself drive to our shop and work until 10 to 1/2 am. We get up everyday from 4:30 to 7:30 and go back to work, and then repeat. We spend our Sunday's washing the car and going over everything. Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays are maintenance and repairs. Thursday and Friday, scaling out and getting loaded up. Racing from Friday through Sunday night. We start over every week. Also during that time, we're trying whatever we can do to make the car faster.

We race the best competition, pretty much week in and week out. The best in the country most of the time. I feel we have almost become one of the best also. A lot of the guys we are compared to do this full time, they have the sponsors and funding to do so. We have 1 car and 1 motor. Our car is 2 years old, still super fast, our engine is 3 years old, with about 7 rebuilds on it. We have accomplished so much with so little over the years. My dad is a painter, my brother works at a rental property, and I am a salesmen at a racing company. When we take days off to go racing, quite often as I may add, we either use vacation days, or don't get paid for missing.

I have never posted anything like this, because to myself, my brother, and my Dad, we just look at it as our life. We choose to do this. We love doing this. Also, because we've never been in the position to have a legitimate shot at winning a $50,000 sponsorship. Holy crap, thank you again Champion Spark Plugs!

We have never had a major sponsor over the years, we have had some great support from local companies and I have drove for some awesome teams. We have somehow reached the level we are at by pure hard work, dedication, blood, sweat, tears, sacrifices, and most importantly having the will, drive and spark of true CHAMPIONS. I can't think all the people enough who have got us this far, there are so many of them.

If you feel like our team deserves a shot at winning the Champion Spark Plugs Search for a Champion contest, please go vote for us at http://sfac.championautoparts.com/search-for-a-cha…/…/3393/… and leave a comment on the video! Vote daily of possible, every vote counts.