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Stacked Entry List Highlights American Freedom 300

Saturday’s entry list for the American Freedom 300 at Jennerstown Speedway features a talented group of drivers from all around the country.

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A diverse group of drivers are set to battle for $20,000 in the American Freedom 300 at Jennerstown Speedway on Saturday evening for the CARS Super Late Model Tour.

Leading the talented entry list is Super Late Model veteran Bubba Pollard, who won the CARS Tour’s inaugural trip to Jennerstown in 2020 after passing Chris Davidson for the win with 117 laps remaining.

Pollard has failed to register a victory in a Super Late Model since the Florida Governor’s Cup in 2020 and will have to face champions from all around the country in order to break his current winless streak.

Jeremy Doss, who won the SRL Spears Southwest Tour Series championship back in 2018, is set to make his CARS Tour debut at Jennerstown alongside two-time World Series of Asphalt Super Late Model champion Derek Griffith.

An influx of talent from NASCAR and ARCA are also entered for the American Freedom 300 like 2020 Winchester 400 winner Carson Hocevar and 2017 CARS Late Model Stock Car Tour champion Josh Berry, who returns to the Super Late Model Tour for the first time since 2019 in a car fielded by Wade Lopez.

Everyone in the field will be chasing Carson Kvapil, who currently holds an 11-point lead over two-time CARS Super Late Model Tour champion Matt Craig after leading every single lap in the most recent race at Fairgrounds Speedway on May 8.

The American Freedom 300 can be viewed live on carstour.tv and will get underway following a 100-lap Pro Late Model feature at 7:30 p.m.. The complete entry list can be found below.

#5 Garrett Smithley
#7 Justin Crider
#12G Derek Griffith
#14 Carson Hocevar
#14D Chris Davidson
#20 Jeff Vrsek
#22 Sammy Smith
#26 Bubba Pollard
#28 Dusty Williams
#33 Albert Francis
#35 Carson Kvapil
#37 Terry Senneker
#45 Kodie Conner
#49 Jeff Batten
#51 Stephen Nasse
#54 Matt Craig
#75 Jeremy Doss
#78 Corey Heim
#94 Garrett Hall
#96 Josh Berry

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Brandon White graduated from the University of North Carolina pursuing a career in journalism. Prior to joining Short Track Scene, he worked with the CARS Tour and at Race22. He predominantly covers the CARS Tour as well as other races throughout the year.

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