10 Things to Know: Carolina Pro Late Models at Goodyear

Round four of the CPLMS season is this weekend in Jacksonville, NC.


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The Carolina Pro Late Model Series continues its 2022 season this weekend at a new venue for the tour, Goodyear All American Speedway. Before this weekend's race, here are 10 Things to Know.

- There have been three races this season with the Carolina Pro Late Model Series, with Josh Lowder, Mason Maggio and Caden Kvapil all going to victory lane.

- This will be the first race for the series at Goodyear All American Speedway. It will also be the 25th race in the history of the series.

- The venue this weekend is the Goodyear All American Speedway (NC). Formerly known as Coastal Plains Speedway, the Jacksonville, North Carolina track is a four-tenths of a mile facilty. The track has a unique tri-oval that creates lots of excitement.

- Josh Lowder leads the standings by seven points over Mason Maggio. Both have a win, but Lowder has an average finish of 2.0 with two pole awards.

- Legends car standout Chase Singletary will be making his Pro Late Model debut this weekend at Goodyear. After half a dozen wins he’s ready to make the leap up.

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- The Carolina Pro Late Model Series will battle for 100 laps of action at Goodyear All American Speedway (NC).

- We always like to tell you where the action is and the Champ Karts are a thing to watch at Goodyear All American Speedway. After three events, the front four drivers are separated by four points in the division's track championship.

- One note from the series is that the upcoming race on May 28th will now be at Motor Mile Speedway (VA).

- There will be six feature races on Saturday with the ATS Super Trucks running twice, the Champ Cars going for 20 laps, the CCMS Mods scheduled for 60 laps, the Mini Stocks going for 30-laps, and the Pro Late Models, of course, will have the 100-lap race.

- All of the action will be live from Goodyear All American Speedway (NC) on Saturday night on Racing America if you are unable to make the trip to Jacksonville, North Carolina.