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Carson Kvapil picked up the first win of the season for PRW Chassis and Performancenter Racing Warehouse this past weekend. 

Kvapil's win came in the Limited Late Model portion of the Winter Meltdown at Greenville Pickens Speedway. Kvapil finished the race ahead of Brody Pope, who was in another PRW Chassis for Lee Faulk Racing. 

"It was a great way to start the season," Roger Johnson, owner of Performancenter Racing Warehouse said. "We've been working hard all winter to get customers cars completed and get everyone ready for the season. It's been a really busy winter for us." 

"Carson (Kvapil) is a great kid with a lot of talent. The kid continues to amaze me everytime he gets behind the wheel of one of our cars. We're looking forward to working with him and his family and all our customers this season." 

Performancenter Racing Warehouse has been extremely busy this winter building new cars and repairing and upgrading other cars. PRW Chassis is expecting a big racing season around the region and the amount of work they've had this winter gives them optimism about where the local racing scene is headed. 

For more information on Performancenter Racing Warehouse and the PRW Chassis, you can call the office at 704.838.1400 or visit their website at or "Like" them on Facebook at or follow us on twitter @PRWchassis

May 11, 2015

Brayton Haws showed everyone that he showed up to win last Saturday at the 3rd round of the CARS Tour race at Hickory Motor Speedway after he and Austin McDaniel put on a show for the packed house for the last 20 laps of the 125 lap race. Once again, over 30 cars showed up to battle for the LMSC win of the tour with Tyler Ankrum coming out of nowhere to grab the pole after late afternoon qualifying. Ankrum ran in the top 5 until a mid-race spin sent him to the back of the field. Good hard driving brought him back through the field where he finished in 5th place, salvaging a good finish through his perseverance. Haws took the lead on lap 9, but McDaniel, who started in 10th, was making his way through the pack and eventually relieved Haws of the lead. A restart on lap 105 set up a 20 lap side-by-side battle between the two with Haws emerging the victor at the checkered flag.

The win gave the PRW chassis the 3rd win of the CARS Tour season with 8 of the top 10 finishers at Hickory all being PRW Chassis’!! The CARS Tour races are going to continue to be ones that you won’t want to miss. The next running of the series will be back at Southern National Motorsports Park on May 30th.

In other local track racing, David Roberts picked up his 2nd win of the season at Greenville Pickens Speedway. David currently leads the points there amid heavy competition and a lot a races yet to come.

Top 5 Rundown:

Brayton Haws – 1st CARS Tour
Austin McDaniel – 2nd CARS Tour
Justin Crider – 3rd CARS Tour
RD Smith – 4th CARS Tour
Tyler Ankrum – 5th CARS Tour
Shane Lee – 6th CARS Tour
Clint King – 8th CARS Tour
Trent Barnes – 10th CARS Tour
David Roberts - 1st Greenville Pickens
Tasha Kummer - 4th Greenville Pickens
Chad McCumbee - 4th Dillon Motor Speedway
Taylor Branch - 2nd Bowman Gray Stadium
Tommy Neal - 5th Bowman Gray Stadium

The 2nd annual Rodney Cook Memorial Race will take place this Friday at Ace Speedway with a 150 lap LMSC race slated for the books. The first Jerry Moody Memorial race will be run Sunday at Southern National Motorsports Park with a $3,000 to win 100 lap LMSC race scheduled. I’m sure both races will be good ones to watch, so get out and support your local tracks this weekend!!