- SCHEDULE & RESULTS
The closest finish in UpperEdge history came at Martinsville Speedway during the Super Late Model 150 weekend. Ryan Dyson edged Austin Hartenfels by 0.008 seconds at the line for the win after a late race caution set up a Green-White-Checkered finish.
In the mid-season Daytona 200, Filip Radojcic made use of a door slam coming to the finish line on Nick Masse to claim the win, his first career UpperEdge victory.
The closest finish in Sportsman Series history came at Talladega between Bronson Stafford and Andrew Fayash III. Stafford came out on top, with the margin of victory being a mere 0.010 seconds!
In a race at Daytona International Speedway on March 9th, 2017, Michael Fenlason passed 4 trucks on the last lap to win by a mere 0.015 seconds after being forced to the grass.
During the inaugural Super Late Model Tour, eventual champion Justin Trombley went on a tear, setting a new UpperEdge record with four straight victories, at 4 very different race tracks including Martinsville, Lanier, USA, and South Boston.
During the 2014 Super Late Model Tour Justin Trombley set a new UpperEdge record winning three straight poles. In the 2016 Cup Series, Corey Hoover tied this record.
During the 2015a UpperEdge Sportsman Series season Andrew Fayash won an incredible 10 races out of the 22 scheduled points events. Fayash III would end up champion on the season over Corey Hoover.
During the 2015a Sportsman Series season, Andrew Fayash III was able to rack up seven pole awards. Each at very different race tracks. These poles helped him become the 2015a champion.
The May 5th, 2016 event at Talladega SuperSpeedway for the London Recreational Racing Sportsman Series saw an impressive 47 lead changes in the 100 lap event.