YOUNGSVILLE, N.C.– Brayton Haws is heading to the beach this weekend. No, not to just hang out, but to race. The CARS Tour is taking on South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach Speedway on Saturday, September 19 for the Bakerdist.com 200 and Haws is looking to regain the Late Model Stock Car series’ points lead at the end of 100 laps.
“It would mean a lot to win there, but honestly I need the win for the points standings right now,” said Haws. “We are second in points and we are two behind Myatt Snider. We’ve got two races left so we have to race for points.”
The 16-year-old driver from Youngsville, North Carolina said he’s excited to head back to Myrtle Beach because it’s been a while since he’s gotten to race at the famous oceanside race track.