The feud between three-time defending Langley Speedway champion C.E. Falk and former two-time titlist Greg Edwards has been one of the more aggressive on the track's fourth-tenths-of-a-mile oval in recent years.

And while both sound like they'll be happy when it's over, there appears to be only one solution: one's car has to get faster than the other's. We'll find out if that happens at 7 p.m. Saturday when Late Model twin 50-lappers highlight a five-race card.

"Honestly, the problem with me and C.E. is that both of us want to win and both of our cars are really fast," Edwards said. "It seems like we're both on top of each other every week, and nobody wants to let anybody go.

"We're going to have to get that straightened out eventually or it's going to get worse. I know the fans might like it, but it's not all that much fun going to the track and feeling like you're going to get your car torn up."

Edwards, second to Tony Stewart in last week's Denny Hamlin charity race at Richmond International Raceway, has gotten the worst of the feud with Falk. He was leading the season opener, but finished ninth when he was spun out late by Falk, who finished fourth after being sent to the back of the pack.

More contact between the two in the season's second race, the first of twin 50-lappers on April 21, sent a fender flying from Edwards' car. Falk won both races, with Edwards finishing second in the first and third in the second.

"I hope it's a little less exciting this Saturday," Falk said. "We've had pretty equal cars and have been duking it pretty hard.

"He's obviously been working hard and got a little better. We haven't been quite on top of what we've been doing, because we built a new car this winter (for South Boston) and that's hurt our Langley car.

"But we practiced at Langley on Friday and we're better than ever."

Some separation in speed would, of course, make a clash of sheet metal less likely.

"It's just really hard racing and two hard-heads who don't want to give anything up," Edwards said. "C.E. is a good driver.

"We just have to get our car a tiny bit faster and we won't have that issue."

Falk said, "We've put on a show and it's been rough, but hopefully we'll be fast enough to make it a little less exciting."

That sounds fine, but there's no guarantee that only two drivers will be up at the front. Two-time champion Mark Wertz was in the top three the past two races, five-time champ Danny Edwards Jr. has two top-fours in three races and Wesley Falk was the opening night winner.

"The competition is definitely getting tighter, because everyone is catching up to the 40 (C.E. Falk) a little bit," Danny Edwards said. "A lot of people have overlooked us, but we're going to be onto some pretty good things soon."

Wertz said, "I feel like we're definitely a lot closer. We were able to put pressure on Greg and C.E. toward the end of the past two races.

"But it's definitely gotten more physical out there and I hope some guys realize they have to settle down or it's going to be a long year for them. I'll definitely do my part not to cause wrecks."

NOTES: Saturday's card includes 25-lappers for the Legends and UCARs and a 30-lapper for the Pro-6 Division.

C.E. Falk won the Hunter Index Award for this past month. The national award goes to the driver with the most success in the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. Falk won on the strength of five victories so far this season at three tracks.

Saturday

WHAT: Legends, UCARs, Pro-6 Division, twin Late Model 50-lappers.

WHEN: Racing starts at 7 p.m. Saturday. Gates open at 2, qualifying at 4:30.

WHERE: Langley Speedway, 11 Dale Lemonds Dr., Hampton.