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USCS Weekend Rewind #18

Nick Snyder captures USCS Salute to Armed Forces night victory at Southern Raceway on Saturday


Milton, FL - May 18, 2019 - The 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year. Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida won his career 2nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters main event at Southern Raceway on Saturday night. Snyder grabbed the lead from early race leader, Kyle Amerson from Matthew's, Alabama on lap nine and streaked home with a quarter straight-away lead over Amerson and the field in the 25-lap main event. The excited Snyder celebrated the victory in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane in front of the largest crowd to ever witness a racing event under the current speedway ownership. Snyder became the 11th different winner in 18 completed events on the 2019 schedule of 65 USCS races.


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Kyle Amerson crossed in the finish line in the runner-up spot followed by 11-time USCS National Champ, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee in the K&N Podium Award third place. The previous night's winner, Justin Barger from Cornelius, North Carolina finished in fourth place this time and Mark Ruel, Jr. from Jacksonville, Florida completed the top five.

Two-time USCS Florida State Champion, Danny Martin, Kr. from Sarasota, Florida lead the next group in sixth place followed by Jeff Oliver who hails from Pendergrass, Georgia. Johnny Bridges who has two 2019 USCS wins and leads the current USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series point standings followed Oliver in eighth place. 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi finished ninth and Tony Agin from Fort Myers, Florida who ranks fourth in the USCS national point standings

In preliminary action Terry Gray kicked of the evening’s sprint car action with a victory n the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash comprised of the top six cars from the previous night’s main event. Kyle Amerson then won the Engler Machine d Tool First Heat Race. Justin Barger then raced to the win in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat Race. Justin Barger also collected the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for advancing the most positions in the main event.

In other USCS action, Roby Hoffman from Lithia, Florida won the www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprint A-main event for the second night in-a-row at Southern Raceway.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2019 and 23rd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Radical Race Gear and the great people at Hero Graphics.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters sprint car results at Southern Raceway on Saturday, May 18th – 2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 29 o-Jeff Oliver[2] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[3] ; 4. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[4] ; 5. 5-Justin Barger[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6]

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 29 A-Kyle Amerson[2] ; 2. 116-Nick Snyder[4] ; 3. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[6] ; 4. 29 o-Jeff Oliver[3] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[8] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[5] ; 7. 10-Terry Gray[10] ; 8. 24-Danny Martin Jr[7] ; 9. 5-Justin Barger[9] ; 10. 28-Jeff Willingham[1]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps)
1. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 3. 24-Danny Martin Jr[4] ; 4. 29 A-Kyle Amerson[8] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[9] ; 6. 29 o-Jeff Oliver[7] ; 7. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 9. 28-Jeff Willingham[10] ; 10. 07-Johnny Bridges[3]

FireAde A-Main - USCS presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars (25 Laps)

1. 116-Nick Snyder[2] ; Marco Island, FL

2. 29 A-Kyle Amerson[1] ; Matthews, AL

3. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; Bartlett, TN

4. 5-Justin Barger[5] ; Cornelius, NC

5. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[4] Jacksonville, FL

6. 24-Danny Martin Jr[7] ; Sarasota, FL

7. 29J - Jeff Oliver[6] ; Pendergrass, GA

8. 07-Johnny Bridges[8] ; Cherryville, NC

9. 28-Jeff Willingham[10] ; Ripley, MS

10. 38-Tony Agin[9]; Fort Myers, FL

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards for 7/14/18:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Terry Gray

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Kyle Amerson

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Justin Barger

K&N Filters Pole Award: Kyle Amerson
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: 2nd place Kyle Amerson

K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Terry Gray

Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: (passed most cars in A-Main) Justin Barger

PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (3rd place) Terry Gray

Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Brandon Taylor

DHR Suspension 8th place Award: Johnny Bridges
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Tony Agin

 

 

Justin Barger races to first USCS win of 2019 at Deep South Speedway on Fast Friday

Loxley, AL - May 17, 2019 – New York native, Justin Barger, who now hails from Cornelius, North Carolina won his career 2nd and 2019 season 1st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters main event on Friday night at newly re-opened Deep South Speedway in Loxley, Alabama. Barger grabbed the lead by beating K&N Filtrs Po Position starter Mark Ruel, Jr. from Jacksonville, Florida in the drag race to the first turn on lp one. Barger became the 10th different winner in 17 USCS events that have been completed out of the 21 scheduled so far with four rainouts from a 65-race schedule.

Barger had to endure several red flag and caution situations to fend of the challenges of first Ruel, thn late in the rce young gun Joey Schmidt after re-starts. Schmidt who started fourth on the grid moved into the runner-up spot before the last caution period and challenged the leader until the final lap before crossing under the checkers n the runner-up spot.

Mark Ruel, Kr. crossed te line in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place followed by veteran sprint car driver and USCS Southern region points leader and two-time 2019 feature winner, Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina in fourth place. The 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida rounded out the top five.

Eighth starting Jeff Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia lead the next group in sixth place followed by USCS National points leader and 11-time series Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee in seventh place. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham followed Gray finished in eighth place. Tony Agin from Fort Myers Florida who won the Brown and Miler Racing Solutions Second Heat finished ninth and Brandon Blendon from Biloxi, Mississippi completed the top ten drivers.

Preliminary action saw Nick Snyder win the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash comprised of the top six cars from the previous event’s main event. Terry Gray won the Engler Machine d Tool First Heat Race. Tony Agin then then raced to the win in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat Race. Johnny Bridges collected the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for advancing the most positions in the main event.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2019 and 23rd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Radical Race Gear and the great people at Hero Graphics.

USCS presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Deep South Speedway on Friday, May, 17, 2019.

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)

1. 116-Nick Snyder[2] ; 2. 83 R-Mark Ruel Jr[1] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[3] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[5]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 2. 1s-Joey Schmidt[3] ; 3. 116-Nick Snyder[5] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[1] ; 5. 29-Jeff Oliver[7] ; 6. 83-Bob Auld[4] ; 7. 01-Shane Morgan[6]

Heat 2 - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 2. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[3] ; 4. 83 R-Mark Ruel Jr[6] ; 5. 24-Danny Martin Jr[4] ; 6. 88-Brandon Blenden[5]

FIREADE A-Main for the USCS presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars (25 Laps)

1. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; Cornelius, NC

2. 1s-Joey Schmidt[4] ; Ellisville, MS

3. 83 R-Mark Ruel Jr[1] ; Jacksonville, FL

4. 07-Johnny Bridges[7] ; Cherryville, NC

5. 116-Nick Snyder[3] ; Marco Island, FL

6. 29-Jeff Oliver[8] ; Pendergrass, GA

7. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; Bartlett, TN

8. 28-Jeff Willingham[9] ; Ripley, MS

9. 38-Tony Agin[5] ; Fort Myers, FL

10. 88-Brandon Blenden[11] ; Biloxi, MS

11. 24-Danny Martin Jr[10] ; Sarasota, FL

12. 01-Shane Morgan[12]; Biloxi, MS

13. 83 Bob Auld; Largo, FL - DNS

Photo Caption #5: #5 Justin Barger from Cornelius, NC raced into the the www.RockAuto USCS Victory lane in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event at Deep South Speedway on Friday night (USCS Photo)

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards for 5/17/19:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Nick Snyder

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Terry Gray

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Tony Agin

K&N Filters Pole Award: Mark Ruel, Jr.
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (1st place) Justin Barger

K&N Filters Podium (3rdd place) Award: Joey Schmidt

Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: (passed most cars in A-Main) Johnny Bridges

PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (3rd place) Mark Ruel, Jr.

DHR Suspension 8th place Award: Jeff Willingham
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Brandon Blendon

 

 

Tony Stewart “smokes em” in 2nd USCS win of the season at I-75 Raceway on Saturday

Sweetwater, TN – April 27, 2019 - Tony Stewart raced from the K&N Filters Pole Position into the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane on Saturday night in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour 30-lap main event at I-75 Raceway to capture his second USCS win of the 2019 season. Stewart raced into the lead in turn one of the first lap and never looked back on his way to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. His only challenge was keeping first two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee and then Sunbury, Pennsylvania’s Mark Smith at bay after five re-starts following caution periods on the slick circular 1/3 mile oval.

Morgan Turpen chased Stewart for most of the 30-lap contest while holding off Johnny Bridges, then Mark Smith for most of the race. She had won three out of the four previous events USCS had contested over the past three seasons at the speedway. Mark Smith, who had worked his way from a fifth place starting position, raced past Terry Gray into third place by lap 25, and then, got past Turpen for the runner-up spot. Smith would chase Stewart for the final three laps and appeared to be reeling the three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion (Stewart) in but, couldn’t get there in the remaining time.

Smith got his second runner-up finish of the weekend while Turpen had to settle for the K&N Filters Podium Award in third place. Justin Barger charged from his eighth place starting position into fourth place and Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee, who raced as high as third place, followed Barger across the finish line in the fifth spot.

The current USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National points leader, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio led the next group in sixth place. The evening’s Butlerbuilt Third Heat winner, Brad Bowden from Hernando, Mississippi finished seventh followed by the previous night’s main event winner at Smoky Mountain Speedway, Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina finished in the eighth position. The 2017 USCS Rookie of the Year, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia finished ninth and Tony Agin from Fort Myers, Florida who ranks in the top five of the USCS National rounded out the top ten drivers.

In preliminary action, Terry Gray won the USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash. for the USCS Southern Thunder regional series. Danny Smith won the second 5-lap USCS Hoosier Speed Dash. Mark Smith won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Tony Stewart won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat and Brad Bowden closed out the qualifying heat race action by winning his second qualifying heat of the weekend by collecting the victory in the Butlerbuilt Tird Heat. Justin Barger garnered the evening’s Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award after advancing the most positions in the main event.

The next event on the 2019 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters will be the USCS “Sprint Car Maina” event on Saturday, May 4th at Lexington 104 Speedway near Lexington, Tennessee. For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, Hoosier Racing Tire, www.rockauto.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Arizona Sport Shirts, Radical Race Gear, www.thecushion.com and Hero Graphics.

USCS presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Winged Sprint Cars at I-75 Raceway on Saturday, April 27, 2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash - (6 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 2. 07-Johnny Bridges[1] ; 3. 4 B-Brad Bowden[4] ; 4. m1-Mark Smith[2] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 4. 23-Lance Moss[1] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 6. 15jr-Geoff Styner[2]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps) 1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6] ; 4. 67-Jake McLain[4] ; 5. 24-Kobe Allison[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[3]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps) 1. 4 B-Brad Bowden[4] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[1] ; 3. 07 T-Brandon Taylor[5] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 5. 83-Bob Auld[2] ; 6. 14 B-Bo Barber[6]

A-Main - (30 Laps) 1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 4. 5-Justin Barger[8] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[9] ; 7. 4 B-Brad Bowden[6] ; 8. 07-Johnny Bridges[3] ; 9. 07 T-Brandon Taylor[7] ; 10. 38-Tony Agin[11] ; 11. 33-Joe Larkin[13] ; 12. 83-Bob Auld[15] ; 13. 24-Kobe Allison[14] ; 14. 28-Jeff Willingham[17] ; 15. 67-Jake McLain[10] ; 16. 23-Lance Moss[12] ; 17. 15jr-Geoff Styner[18] ; 18. 14 B-Bo Barber[16]

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 10 Terry Gray

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 1m Mark Smith Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 14 Tony Stewart

Butlerbuilt Third Heat: 4B Brad Bowden

K&N Filters Pole Award: 14 Tony Stewart JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (1st Place): 14 Tony Stewart

PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (2nd Place) 1m Mark Smith K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 10m Morgan Turpen Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 5 Justin Barger (started 8th passed 4 cars)

DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 07 Johnny Bridges DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 38 Tony Agin

 

BRIDGES TOOK SECOND USCS WIN OF 2019 AT SMOKY MOUNTAIN SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY

MARYVILLE, TN - April 26, 2019 - Johnny Bridges won the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters sprint car portion of the Rockin’ with the Stars presented by Classic Rock 103.5 WIMZ main event of the 2019 season at Smoky Mountain Speedway on Friday night. Bridges started from the K&N Filters Pole position and wired the field while winning with nearly a straightaway lead at the end of the 25-lap contest at the 4/10 mile red clay oval. The win was his 2nd of the 2019 USCS season.

Sunbury, Pennsylvania’s Mark Smith followed in the runner-up spot after passing 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray for the position after a lap 20 restart. Gray crossed the finish line in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Brad Bowden from Hernando, Mississippi, in only his second contest of the season, finished a strong fourth and Sprint Car Hall of Famer and current USCS National points leader, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio rounded out the top five.

The two-time United Sprint Car Series National Champion and the event’s 2017 winner on the series last visit to SMS Morgan Turpen from Cordova, TN followed Smith in sixth-place. Turpen raced as high as second place before fading late in the contest. Justin Barger from Cornelius, North Carolina finished seventh. Lance Moss also from Cherryville, North Carolina finished in the eighth position after starting twelfth. The 2017 USCS Rookie of the Year, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia, finished in ninth place in his first start of the 2019 season. Newcomer to the series, Geoff Styner from Maryville, Tennessee who lives five minutes from the track after transplanting from Florida, rounded out the top ten finishers.

In the closing laps of the race, Bridges put his racer in what appeared to be another gear and pulled away from the field to build a huge advantage until the final caution grouped the field behind him with Gray and Mark Smith on his rear bumper, but, to no avail. Mark Smith did pass Gray for the runner-up spot with three to go, after starting sixth, but, it was too late to close on Bridges.

In preliminary action, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi kicked off the evening’s action by winning the first of two USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dashes for the USCS Southern Thunder regional series. Danny Smith won the second 5-lap USCS Hoosier Speed Dash for the Mid-South regional series. Series newcomer, Brad Bowden from Hernando, Mississippi streaked to the win in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Justin Barger from Cornelius, North Carolina won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Veteran racer Danny Smith garnered the evening’s Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award after advancing the most positions in the main event.

The next event on the 2019 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters will be the USCS “Saturday of Speed” on Saturday night, April 27th only a 45-minute drive from Smoky Mountain Speedway at I-75 Raceway near Sweetwater, Tennessee. For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, Hoosier Racing Tire, www.rockauto.com, Engler Machine and Tool, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Arizona Sport Shirts, Radical Race Gear and Hero Graphics.

USCS presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Winged Sprint Cars at Smoky Mountain Speedway on Friday, April 26, 2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Speed Dash Mid-South region DASH - (5 Laps)
1. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 2. 4 B-Brad Bowden[1] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[5]

USCS Hoosier Speed Dash Southern region - (5 Laps)
1. 28-Jeff Willingham[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 4. 5-Justin Barger[4] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 6. 23-Lance Moss[5]

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 4 B-Brad Bowden[1] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 4. 07-Johnny Bridges[7] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 6. 23-Lance Moss[2] ; 7. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 8. 14-Bo Barber[8]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps)
1. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[7] ; 3. 07 T-Brandon Taylor[1] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 5. 83-Bob Auld[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[3] ; 7. 15jr-Geoff Styner[4]

FireAde USCS A-Main - (25 Laps)
1. 07-Johnny Bridges[1] ;

2. m1-Mark Smith[6] ;

3. 10-Terry Gray[2] ;

4. 4 B-Brad Bowden[4] ;

5. 4-Danny Smith[9] ;

6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ;

7. 5-Justin Barger[5] ;

8. 23-Lance Moss[12] ;

9. 07 T-Brandon Taylor[8] ;

10. 15jr-Geoff Styner[14] ;

11. 28-Jeff Willingham[11] ;

12. 83-Bob Auld[10] ;

13. 38-Tony Agin[13] ;

14. 33-Joe Larkin[7] ;

15. 14-Bo Barber[15].

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 28 Jeff Willingham (Southern Region)

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 4 Danny Smith (Mid-South region)

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 4B Brad Bowden
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 5 Justin Barger

K&N Filters Pole Award: 07 Johnny Bridges
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (5th Place): 4 Danny Smith

PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (1st Place) 07 Johnny Bridges
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 10 Terry Gray
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 4 Danny Smith

DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 23 Lance Moss
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award:15Jr Geoff Styner

 

 

USCS presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Winged Sprint Cars at Smoky Mountain Speedway on Friday, April 27, 2019.

USCS Hoosier Speed Dash Mid-South region DASH - (5 Laps) 1. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 2. 4 B-Brad Bowden[1] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[5]

USCS Hoosier Speed Dash Southern region - (5 Laps) 1. 28-Jeff Willingham[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 4. 5-Justin Barger[4] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 6. 23-Lance Moss[5]

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 4 B-Brad Bowden[1] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 4. 07-Johnny Bridges[7] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 6. 23-Lance Moss[2] ; 7. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 8. 14-Bo Barber[8]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[7] ; 3. 07 T-Brandon Taylor[1] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 5. 83-Bob Auld[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[3] ; 7. 15jr-Geoff Styner[4]

FireAde A-Main - (25 Laps) 1. 07-Johnny Bridges[1] ;

2. m1-Mark Smith[6] ;

3. 10-Terry Gray[2] ;

4. 4 B-Brad Bowden[4] ;

5. 4-Danny Smith[9] ;

6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ;

7. 5-Justin Barger[5] ;

8. 23-Lance Moss[12] ;

9. 07 T-Brandon Taylor[8] ;

10. 15jr-Geoff Styner[14] ;

11. 28-Jeff Willingham[11] ;

12. 83-Bob Auld[10] ;

13. 38-Tony Agin[13] ;

14. 33-Joe Larkin[7] ;

15. 14-Bo Barber[15].

 

 

Mark Smith storms to 6th USCS 2019 Sprint feature win at Bubba's

Ocala, FL - April 13, 2019 - Mark Smith from Sunbury, PA swept the USCS Spring Speed Xplosion 2019 weekend at Bubba Raceway Park by winning his 2nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged Sprint car main event in two nights. It was Smith's 6th USCS feature win of the 2019 season.

Jacksonville, FL driver, Mark Ruel. Jr. followed Smith across the line in second place. Johnny Gilbertson from Riverview, FL was third and garnered the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award and the www.thecushion.com Hard Charger $150 bonus after starting twelfth.

Tyler Clem from St.Petersburg, FL was fourth and Matt Kurtz from Jacksonville, FLrounded out the top five. Hi Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday, April 13, 2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 14c-Tyler Clem[3] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[2] ; 4. 83 R-Mark Ruel Jr[6] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[4] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[5]

Joe Larkin Invitational Dash - (5 Laps)

1. 24-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 5k-Jake Karklin[1] ; 3. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[4] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[3] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[5] ; 6. 83 A-Bob Auld[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 24-Danny Martin Jr[1] ; 2. 14c-Tyler Clem[3] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[4] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 5. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[7] ; 6. 07-Johnny Bridges[5] ; 7. 43-Terry Witherspoon[2]

Heat 2 - BMRS (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[2] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 3. 83 R-Mark Ruel Jr[6] ; 4. 82-Garrett Green[4] ; 5. 5k-Jake Karklin[7] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[5] ; 7. 83 A-Bob Auld[3]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)

1. 92-Matt Kurtz[3] ; 2. 116-Nick Snyder[4] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 4. 17b-Shelby Brown[5] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[1] ; 6. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[2]

FireAde A-Main - (30 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[5] ;

2. 83 R-Mark Ruel Jr[3] ;

3. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[12] ;

4. 14c-Tyler Clem[7] ;

5. 92-Matt Kurtz[6] ;

6. 116-Nick Snyder[4] ;

7. 4-Danny Smith[10] ;

8. 07-Johnny Bridges[16] ;

9. 47-Dale Howard[9] ;

10. 10-Terry Gray[8] ;

11. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[18] ;

12. 28-Jeff Willingham[17] ;

13. 83 A-Bob Auld[19] ;

14. 43-Terry Witherspoon[20] ;

15. 38-Tony Agin[2] ;

16. 82-Garrett Green[14] ;

17. 17b-Shelby Brown[11] ;

18. 5k-Jake Karklin[13] ;

19. 33-Joe Larkin[15] ;

20. 24-Danny Martin Jr[1].

 

 

Mark Smith streaks to 5th USCS win of season at Bubba's

Ocala FL - April 12. 2019 - Mark Smith from Sunbury, PA won his 5th USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters main event of the 2019 season at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday night. Cherryille, NC's Johnny Bridges chased Smith across the line in the runner-up spot. Tyler Clem from St. Pete, FL followed in third place. Dale Howard from Byhalia, MS was fourth and 11-time series Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, TN rounded out the top five.

USCS Points leader, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, OH was sixth followed by the nights Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger. Nick Snyder from Marco Island, FL was seventh after starting 20th. Eighth place went to Mark Ruel, Jr. from Jacksonville, FL followed by Matt Kurtz also from Jacksonville and Johnny Gilbertson from Riverview, FL completed the top 10 after an early race spon and charging back to 10th place.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprin int Car Results on Friday, April 12. 2019:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) :
1. 24-Danny Martin Jr[1] ; 2. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[4] ; 3. 92-Matt Kurtz[2] ; 4. 14c-Tyler Clem[7] ; 5. 5-Hayden Campbell[5] ; 6. 5k-Jake Karklin[3] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[6]

Heat 2 - B,brown and Miller Ra ing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 4. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[4] ; 5. 22-Connor Leoffler[5] ; 6. 83A-Bob Auld[3] ; 7. 33-Joe Larkin[7]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[7] ; 4. 43-Terry Witherspoon[5] ; 5. 17b-Shelby Brown[4] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 7. g6-Brandon Grubaugh[3]

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 2. 07-Johnny Bridges[4] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[3] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 5. 17b-Shelby Brown[1] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6]

FireAde A-Main - USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars (25 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 2. 07-Johnny Bridges[3] ; 3. 14c-Tyler Clem[7] ; 4. 47-Dale Howard[1] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[8] ; 7. 116-Nick Snyder[20] ; 8. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[12] ; 9. 92-Matt Kurtz[10] ; 10. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[2] ; 11. 38-Tony Agin[9] ; 12. 43-Terry Witherspoon[11] ; 13. 5k-Jake Karklin[16] ; 14. 24-Danny Martin Jr[4] ; 15. 33-Joe Larkin[18] ; 16. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[19] ; 17. 28-Jeff Willingham[15] ; 18. 22-Connor Leoffler[14] ; 19. 5-Hayden Campbell[13] ; 20. 83A-Bob Auld[17]

DNS - g6 Brandon Grubaugh
DNS - 20 Frank Carlsson
DNS - 17b Shelby Brown

 

 

 

www.thecushion.com will LIVE STREAM USCS Spring Speed Xplosion 2-day event THIS Friday and Saturday April 12th and 13th from Bubba Raceway Park

Atlanta, GA – April 11, 2019- For those who can’t be there in person www.thecushion.com will have the LIVE STREAM in full of this weekend’s USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 5th annual USCS Spring Speed Xplosion speed spectacular from Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. The event feature the Untied Sprint Car Series winged sprint cars competing in a full racing format including main events on both nights. Also, on the racing card are the FMSA winged mini sprints and Stock Car Racing in several divisions both nights as well.

To view the broadcast, please go to www.thecushion.com and subscribe. The economical subscription is $15.99 per month or only $95.00 for the year. For more info on USCS please visit www.uscsracing.com or like their Facebook page USCS Racing or follow @uscsracing on Twitter. You may call the USCS office at 770-865-6097.

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 email: peteusc@att.net

 

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars headline USCS Spring Speed Xplosion event at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday and Saturday April 12th and 13th

Atlanta, GA – April 11, 2019 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars make their spring 2018 visit to Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday, April 12th and Saturday April 13th . The event is entitled the USCS Spring Speed Xplosion. The series’ 130 mile-per-hour USCS winged Outlaw type sprint cars headline the two-day weekend of racing action at the semi-banked three-eighths mile D-shaped oval track. The racing card also includes the 100 mile per hour www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints and Florida Mini Sprint Action series on both nights in a head to head duel.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up over $3500 in cash prize winnings plus contingency awards including Friday night’s 25-lap preliminary USCS sprint car main event win and by arriving first in the USCS Victory Lane after Saturday night’s 30-lap Championship final as well. Heading the entry list is the 11-time USCS series Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who is in runner-up spot in the National point standings coming into this weekend. Gray, who is also at the top of the talented entry list and had two 2018 USCS feature win and has 91 career USCS feature wins.

Midwest legend and 2015 Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio who is the leade in the National point standings. Smith won the season opener at another Florida Speedway in January and has held on to the points lead with consistent top five finises.

The event is expected to draw winged sprint car drivers from at least seven states including several of the series 2018 and 2019 feature winners. Those include last Saturday’s winner at Cherokee Speedway in South Carolia, Johnny bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina who ranks third n the USCS National standings behind Smith and Gray.

All in all, fans can expected a full field and a complete race format of sprint cars racing each night The popular Florida Mini Sprint join the USCS sprint cars both nights plus Stock Car Racing eah night in several BRP divisions.

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400. For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers are Office at 770-460-7223 or Mobile at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters results at
Cherokee Speedway on Saturday, April 6, 2019
Hoosier Speed Dash Winner: 38 Tony Agin
Engler 1st Heat Winner: 47 Dale Howard
BMRS Heat 2 Winner: 38 Tony Agin
Butlerbuilt 3rd Heat Winner: 4 Danny Smith

FireAde A-Main 30 laps Winner:
1. 07 Johnny Bridges, Cherryville, NC
2. 44 Trey Starks, Puyallup, WA
3. 47 Dale Howard, Byhalia, MS
4. 23 Lance Moss, Cherryville, NC
5. 5 Justin Barger, Montrose, NY
6. 47 Eric Riggins, Jr, Charlotte, NC
7. 4 Danny Smith, Chilicothe, OH
8. 10 Terry Gray, Bartlett, TN
9. 29 Kyle Amerson, Matthews, AL
10. 5 Jake Karklin, Indian Trail, NC
11. 67 Jake McLain, Hembry Bridge, NC
12. 22 Conner Leoffler, Myrtle Beach, SC
13. 4b Bronzie Lawson IV, Southern Pines, SC
14. 28 Jeff Willingham, Ripley, MS
15. 1x Scott Hunter, Concord, NC
16. 33 Joe Larkin, Suwanee, GA
17. 38 Tony Agin, Fort Myers, FL
18. 21b Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, NC
DNS 1 Jimmy Mabe, Fayetteville, NC
DNS 29 Jeff Oliver, Pendergrass, GA

 

 

Eleven-time USCS Sprint Car Champion Driver Terry Gray to appear at Wendy’s in Lexington, TN on Thursday March 28th from 11am to 3pm.

Atlanta GA – March 27, 2019 - Eleven-time United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Champion winged sprint car driver, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee will make an appearance from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Wendy’s restaurant located at 500 west Church Street, Lexington, Tennessee 38351 on Thursday, March 28th.

The veteran eleven-time USCS sprint car Champion will have his car on display and will be available for pictures, autographs and to answer questions about his vast racing experiences. Gray is also there to promote the USCS Tennessee Tangle 2019 season Opener at nearby Lexington 104 Speedway in Lexington, TN on Friday night (3/29) at 7:30 p.m.

Terry Gray will join a strong contingent of winged sprint car drivers from six states in the 3rd Annual USCS “Tennessee Tangle” at Lexington 104 Speedway located at Sand Ridge-Bargerton Road, Lexington, TN 38351 on Friday night (3/29) at 7:30pm.

Note: Coupons are available at Wendy’s restaurants in Lexington, Milan and Henderson, Tennessee for FREE youth grandstand admission.

Also on Friday night’s racing card will be the All Star Racing Series Late Models, Late Model Sportsman, Strett Stock, Pure Street and Hummer Front Wheel Drive divisions for an action packed night of Family entertainment.

Ticket Gates open at 4pm in the pit area and 5 pm in the general admission grandstands. Hot laps start at approximately 6:45 p.m. and Racing Action kicks off at 7:30 p.m.

Admission pricing is $20 Adult grandstands, $5 for Youth from 6years to 11 years-old. Children 5 year and younger are Free.

For more information go to www.lexington104Speedway.com or www.uscsracing.com Phone number for Lexington 104 Speedway is 731-968-8333. The USCS phone number is 770-865-6097. Both have Facebook pages.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and All-Star Racing Series Late Moels headline Lexington 104 Speedway's Tennesse Tangle 2019 Season Opener on Friday, March 29th.

Atlanta, GA – March 26, 2019 - The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters and the All Star Racing Series Late Model divisions headline a high-speed and action-packed 2019 racing season-opener at Lexington 104 Speedway near Lexington, Tennessee this Friday, March 29th at 7:30 p.m. The event, entitled as the3rd Annual “Tennessee Tangle”, promises to bring plenty of speed to West Tennessee’s fastest high-banked clay oval.

Through last weekend, the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters has been off to one of its best starts ever and has averaged 26 sprint cars at ten USCS events thus far in 2019. The All-Star Racing Series Late Models, who opened the 2019 season on March 16th have had two events averaging 20 cars so far in 2019, but more are expected for their first-ever West Tennessee event. The Late Models will be racing for a $2000 top prize as will the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars.

Friday’s Tennessee Tangle” also features four other divisions that will be regulars at the track during the 2019 schedule that includes four more special events. Those classes additionally on the racing card include the GM Performance 602 Late Model Sportsman, Street Stocks, Pure Stocks and Hummer front wheel drive divisions.

The gates open at 4:00 p.m. with the driver’s meeting at 6:30 p.m. Hot laps immediately follow and Racing action kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Adult general admission is $20 with Youth from 6-years-old to 11-years-old admission only $5. Children 5 years and younger are admitted FREE. Coupons providing FREE ADMISSION for Youth 6-11 years are available at Wendy’s restaurants n Lexington, Milan, Henderson and Savannah, Tennessee.

Lexington 104 Speedway is located 4.5 miles South of Interstate 40 Exit #101 at 2800 Sand Ridge Bargerton Rd., Lexington, TN 38351. For directions or more info about Lexington 104 Speedway please visit www.lexington104speedway.com or call 731-968-8333 or USCS at 770-865-6097.

For schedule info for rules on the United Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at North Alabama Speedway on Saturday, March 23, 2019 results :

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. w20-Greg Wilson[6] ; 2. 47-Dale Howard[7] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[4] ; 5. 44-Ronny Howard[5] ; 6. 11b-Tyler Horn[8] ; 7. 17b-Shelby Brown[2] ; 8. 29-Kyle Amerson[1]

Heat 2 - BMRS Race Hose & Fittings (8 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 4. 07-Johnny Bridges[5] ; 5. 13-Chase Howard[2] ; 6. 27-Curt Terrell[7] ; 7. 1a-Lee Moore[6]

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)

1. 47-Dale Howard[3] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[5] ; 6. 17b-Shelby Brown[1]

FireAde USCS A-Main FOR USCS presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars (30 Laps)

1. w20-Greg Wilson[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[4] ; 4. 47-Dale Howard[2] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 6. 44-Ronny Howard[10] ; 7. 27-Curt Terrell[11] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 9. 28-Jeff Willingham[8] ; 10. 11b-Tyler Horn[9] ; 11. 13-Chase Howard[12] ; 12. 17b-Shelby Brown[14] ; 13. 07-Johnny Bridges[7] ; 14. 1a-Lee Moore[13]

DNS 29 Kyle Amerson

 

 

USCS presented by K&N Oil Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Magnolia Motor Speedway on Sunday, March 17, 2019 results

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 17cb-Corey Bailey[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 3. 95-Matt Covington[4] ; 4. 29-Jeff Oliver[6] ; 5. 23-Seth Bergman[3] ; 6. 10k-Dewayne White[2]

Heat 2 - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 2. 28f-Davie Franek[4] ; 3. 52-Cody Karl[1] ; 4. 11-Jim Shuster[2] ; 5. 18j-RJ Jacobs[5] ; 6. 51-Bobby Tersillo[8] ; 7. 17b-Shelby Brown[7] ; 8. 49-Mallie Shuster[6]

Heat 3 - Hero Graphics (8 Laps)

1. 07-Johnny Bridges[1] ; 2. 93-Jake Knight[4] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 6. 47-Dale Howard[3]

USCS Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps) 1. m1 Mark Smith, 2. 29 Jeff Oliver, 3. 28f Davie Franek, 4. 51 Bobby Tersillo. 5. 10m Morgan Turpen. 6. 93 Jake Knight.

A-Main - (25 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[5] ;

2. 95-Matt Covington[7] ;

3. 28f-Davie Franek[4] ;

4. 4-Danny Smith[6] ;

5. 17cb-Corey Bailey[2] ;

6. 07-Johnny Bridges[1] ;

7. 10m-Morgan Turpen[9] ;

8. 47-Dale Howard[16] ;

9. 29-Jeff Oliver[8] ;

10. 51-Bobby Tersillo[14] ;

11. 18j-RJ Jacobs[15] ;

12. 10-Terry Gray[10] ;

13. 11-Jim Shuster[13] ;

14. 93-Jake Knight[3] ;

15. 10k-Dewayne White[17] ;

16. 52-Cody Karl[11] ;

17. 17b-Shelby Brown[18] ;

18. 13-Chase Howard[20] ;

19. 28-Jeff Willingham[12]

DNS 49 Mallie Shuster

DNS 44 Ronny Howard

DNS 3 Sammy Swindell

DNS 23 Seth Bergman

 

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars on Saturday, March 16, 2019 at Hattiesburg Speedway results:

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire SPEED Dash (6 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 3. 28f-Davie Franek[4] ; 4. 14-Tony Stewart[5] ; 5. m1-Mark Smith[6] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[3]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ; 2. 10k-Dewayne White[1] ; 3. 93-Jake Knight[3] ; 4. 28f-Davie Franek[5] ; 5. 1s-Joey Schmidt[7] ; 6. 51-Bobby Tersillo[8] ; 7. 77-Michael Santangelo[9] ; 8. 17cb-Corey Bailey[2] ; 9. 88-Brandon Blenden[6]

Heat 2 - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. 95-Matt Covington[3] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 01-Shane Morgan[5] ; 4. 52-Cody Karl[1] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[4] ; 6. 44c-Chase Howard[6] ; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[8] ; 8. 28-Jeff Willingham[7]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[2] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[1] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 4. 29-Jeff Oliver[6] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 6. 18j-RJ Jacobs[7] ; 7. 17b-Shelby Brown[3] ; 8. 9-Edward Guidry[8]

FireAde A-Main - (30 Laps)

1. 95-Matt Covington[3] ;

2. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ;

3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ;

4. 01-Shane Morgan[1] ;

5. 29-Jeff Oliver[9] ;

6. m1-Mark Smith[2] ;

7. 1s-Joey Schmidt[12] ;

8. 28f-Davie Franek[11] ;

9. 18j-RJ Jacobs[17] ;

10. 17cb-Corey Bailey[22] ;

11. 51-Bobby Tersillo[13] ;

12. 93-Jake Knight[10] ;

13. 07-Johnny Bridges[15] ;

14. 52-Cody Karl[14] ;

15. 44c-Chase Howard[18] ;

16. 17b-Shelby Brown[20] ;

17. 44-Ronny Howard[19] ;

18. 9-Edward Guidry[25] ;

19. 10k-Dewayne White[7] ;

20. 4-Danny Smith[8] ;

21. 10-Terry Gray[6] ;

22. 88-Brandon Blenden[23] ;

23. 38-Tony Agin[16] ;

24. 77-Michael Santangelo[24] ;

25. 28-Jeff Willingham[21]

 

 

USCS Sprint Cars headline Magnolia Motor Speedway's `11th annual USCS Frost Buster 150 season opener on Sunday March 17th at 3 PM.

Atlanta, GA – March 16, 2019 - The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade Magnolia Motor Speedway this Sunday afternoon, March 17that 3:00 pm to headline the 11th annual "Frost Buster 150” presented by FireAde. The event will be the 10th round of a 60+ race schedule for the series twenty-third season of competition. The www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints join the USCS sprint cars to create a USCS double-header on Sunday afternoon.

The event is the Magnolia Motor Speedway 2019 season-opener and is a literal "Smorgasbord of Speed" featuring a full night of high-speed action at one of the Mid-South's most popular venues. Race teams and race fans will be treated to a full menu of early season speed contests with racing in six (yes, six) of the area's most popular racing divisions for just one ticket price. The event typically has fields of over 100 race cars.

The event includes one of only two scheduled 2019 season appearances for the USCS "Outlaw Thunder" Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars at Magnolia Motor Speedway. The racing action features approximately 250 laps of racing around the 3/8 mile clay oval including 150+ laps of Championship main events.

Action kicks off on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 pm with hot laps and a full racing program in all divisions including The 130 mile per hour USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars, the Durrence Layne Dirt Late Model, www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint, Street Stock, the Late Model Sportsman and Factory Stock divisions.

Sprint car rivers from 7 or 10 states are pre-entered for the initial 2019 appearance of the USCS sprint cars to Magnolia Motor Speedway. Those pre-entered include several of the nation’s top ranked drivers like 2015 and 2016 National Champion Morgan Turpen, from Cordova, Tennessee, the 2013 National Champion Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas. Eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee is also entered as are National Sprint Hall of Fame inductees Sammy Swindell from Germantown, Tennessee and Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio. Swindell s a three-time World of Outlaws sprint car Champion.

The second USCS racing division on the action-packed racing card is the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints. Drivers for that division are expected from five states Local favorite Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi who is the series’ defending Champion and was the 2011 and 2012 National Champion in the division.

Magnolia Motor Speedway is located just West of Columbus, Mississippi at the junction of US Highway 82 and US Highway 45 South. For more info and for directions to Magnolia Motor Speedway please visit www.magnoliadirt.com or call 662-240-3478 (or 662-574-2572).

For info on the United Sprint Car Series or www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

 

 

 

Stewart, Franek and Mark Smith top USCS National, Deep South and Winter Heat standings

 

Atlanta, GA – March 13, 2019 – After seven 2019 events, Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana still leads the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters point standings in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National, USCS Deep South regional series and USCS Winter Heat division standings. Stewart, who was the runner-up in the 25-lap A-Main at Chatham Speedway on Friday, March 8th and finished in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place on Saturday, March 9th at Chatham Speedway increased his lead to 38 points over Sussex, New Jersey driver Davie Franek this past weekend as he picked up points by winning the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash on Friday night as well. Franek who was a winner early in the season at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday, February 8th.is still in the runner-up spot with a scant four-point lead over three-time 2019 USCS feature winner Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania. Smith moved closer to the front with a third-place finish on Friday night at Chatham Speedway behind two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen who got her first win of the season and Tony Stewart. Mark Smith was the winner on Saturday night while topping the podium over runner-up Channin Tankersley from Highlands, Texas while Stewart continued his unbroken podium finish streak in third place as mentioned previously.

 

Sprint Car Hall of Fame 2015 Inductee, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio held on to the fourth-place position in the National and Deep South regional series point standings with a disappointing sixteenth place finish on Friday night after suffering mechanical issues. Smith rallied back from an eighteenth place start in the main event on Saturday night to finish in the fifth-position. Eleven -time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee moved up into the top five in the National standings with a fourth-place finish in the FireAde A-Main on Friday night and an eighth place score on Saturday night at Chatham Speedway.

 

Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina who was the series 1998 Rookie of the Year and a past USCS regional Champion, leads the next group in sixth place in the standings after the two-race weekend. Rookie of the Year contender, Bobby Tersillo from Campbell Hall, New York stil ranks in seventh place after the weekend. Veteran USCS racing regular, Tony Agin from Fort Myers. Florida ranks eighth in the National and Deep South regional standings while Mallie Shuster from Newville, Pennsylvania and his team-mate and Father, Jim Shuster, also from Newville rank ninth and tenth respectively in the USCS National and Winter Heat point standings after Rounds #7 and #8 of the ten-race USCS Winter Heat mini-series.

 

The USCS Dep South standings show a slight change in the top ten as hatham Speedway was a bonus race event for that regional series. After five points paying events, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida is in the ninth position with Mallie Shuster in the final top ten spot. The top eight positions are exactly the same positions as the USCS National standings.

 

After this past weekend’s Round #7 and #8 stops at Chatham Speedway, The series moves on to two races that were re-schedule from the previous week at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on Friday, March 15th and at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi on Saturday, March 16th. have been postponed and reschedule for Hattiesburg Speedway’s website is www.hattiesburgspeedway.net  The website for Magnolia Motor Speedway is www.magnoliadirt.com  They both also have a Facebook pages. For updated USCS info and rules for the USCS racing series please visit www.uscsracing.com  

 

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2019 and 23rd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Hoosier Racing Tire, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Radical Race Gear, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics. 

  

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour by K&N Filters National point standings through 3/9/19 at Chatham Speedway (7 races)

                                                                                  

    Pos.      Car#      Driver                                           Point

    1           14         Tony Stewart                                 1072

    2           28F       Davie Franek                                 1034

    3           m1        Mark Smith                                    1030

    4           4           Danny Smith                                  945

    5           10         Terry Gray                                     910

    6           07         Johnny Bridges                             893

    7           51         Bobby Tersillo                               849

    8           38         Tony Agin                                      834

    9           49         Mallie Shuster                                724

    10         11         Jim Shuster                                   717

    11         28         Jeff Willingham                              662

    12         116       Nick Snyder                                   528

    13         83         Mark Ruel Jr                                  517

    14         18J       RJ Jacobs                                     452

    15         17b       Shelby Brown                                446

    16         10m      Morgan Turpen                              442

    17         24         Danny Martin Jr                             400

    18         2c         Wayne Johnson                             396

    19         5           Justin Barger                                 394

    20         22G       Johnny Gilbertson                          345

    21         3g         Garrett Green                                 338

    22         22         Connor Leoffler                             326

    23         17         Channin Tankersley                        294

    Tie        99L       Larry Wight                                    294

    Tie        15h       Sam Hafertepe                              294

    26         5j          Jamie Ball                                     279

    27         29         Kyle Amerson                                278

    28         47x       Dylan Westbrook                           276

    29         23         Seth Bergman                                274

    30         21k       Thomas Kennedy                           273

    31         52         Cody Karl                                      258

    32         01         Shane Morgan                               256

    33         6           Dustin Gates                                  252

    34         7j          Gregg Jones                                 250

    35         21         Carson Short                                 242

    Tie        16         Cody Tankersley                            242

    37         88         Brandon Blenden                           238

    38         8           Adam Pierson                                234

    Tie        8a         Alan Myers                                    234

    40         22         Shawn Murray                                230

    41         91         Ryan Turner                                   228

    42         14b       Brett Wright                                   226

    43         16b       Ricky Peterson                              224

    44         92         Matt Kurtz                                      214

    45         3           Todd Gracey                                  212

    46         51         Max Stambaugh                            206

    47         77x       Alex Hill                                         200

    Tie        13         Cory Turner                                    200

    Tie        15         Dan Nanticoke                               200

    Tie        61         Parker Evans                                 200

    Tie        197       Ryan Harrison                                200

    Tie        99         Tanner Witherspoon                      200

    Tie        43         Terry Witherspoon                         200

    54         29         Jordon Mallett                                142

    55         16         Cody Adams                                 138

    Tie        75         Tyler Blank                                    138

    57         17cb     Corey Bailey                                  134

    58         52         Shane Kreidler                               130

    59         20b       Cody Bova                                    126

    60         29         Danny Oliver                                  122

    61         00         Harley Zimmerman                         118

    62         2h         Tommy Hall                                   116

    63         21m      Adam Cruea                                  110

    64         83         Bob Auld                                       100

    Tie        20         Brandon Grubaugh                         100

    Tie        b4         Bronzie Lawson IV                         100

 

 

USCS Deep South Thunder regional  sprint car point standings through 3/9/19 at Chatham Speedway (5 Races)

Pos.

Car#

Driver

Point

1

14

Tony Stewart

763

Tie

m1

Mark Smith

763

3

28F

Davie Franek

758

4

4

Danny Smith

713

5

10

Terry Gray

679

6

07

Johnny Bridges

664

7

51

Bobby Tersillo

649

8

38

Tony Agin

620

9

116

Nick Snyder

528

10

49

Mallie Shuster

524

11

83

Mark Ruel Jr

517

12

11

Jim Shuster

510

13

28

Jeff Willingham

462

14

18J

RJ Jacobs

452

15

24

Danny Martin Jr

400

16

2c

Wayne Johnson

396

17

5

Justin Barger

394

18

22G

Johnny Gilbertson

345

19

3g

Garrett Green

338

20

22

Connor Leoffler

326

21

99L

Larry Wight

294

Tie

15h

Sam Hafertepe

294

23

29

Kyle Amerson

278

24

47x

Dylan Westbrook

276

25

23

Seth Bergman

274

26

21k

Thomas Kennedy

273

27

52

Cody Karl

258

28

01

Shane Morgan

256

29

7j

Gregg Jones

250

30

17b

Shelby Brown

246

31

21

Carson Short

242

32

88

Brandon Blenden

238

33

8

Adam Pierson

234

34

22

Shawn Murray

230

35

91

Ryan Turner

228

36

14b

Brett Wright

226

37

16b

Ricky Peterson

224

38

92

Matt Kurtz

214

39

3

Todd Gracey

212

40

51

Max Stambaugh

206

41

77x

Alex Hill

200

Tie

13

Cory Turner

200

Tie

15

Dan Nanticoke

200

Tie

61

Parker Evans

200

Tie

197

Ryan Harrison

200

Tie

99

Tanner Witherspoon

200

Tie

43

Terry Witherspoon

200

48

10m

Morgan Turpen

150

49

29

Jordon Mallett

142

50

75

Tyler Blank

138

51

52

Shane Kreidler

130

52

20b

Cody Bova

126

53

29

Danny Oliver

122

54

00

Harley Zimmerman

118

55

21m

Adam Cruea

110

56

83

Bob Auld

100

Tie

20

Brandon Grubaugh

100

Tie

b4

Bronzie Lawson IV

100

 

USCS Winter Heat Series presented by FireAde for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars presented by K&N Filters National point standings through 3/9/19 at Chatham Speedway (7 races)

                                                                                  

    Pos.      Car#      Driver                                           Point

    1           14         Tony Stewart                                 1072

    2           28F       Davie Franek                                 1034

    3           m1        Mark Smith                                    1030

    4           4           Danny Smith                                  945

    5           10         Terry Gray                                     910

    6           07         Johnny Bridges                             893

    7           51         Bobby Tersillo                               849

    8           38         Tony Agin                                      834

    9           49         Mallie Shuster                                724

    10         11         Jim Shuster                                   717

    11         28         Jeff Willingham                              662

    12         116       Nick Snyder                                   528

    13         83         Mark Ruel Jr                                  517

    14         18J       RJ Jacobs                                     452

    15         17b       Shelby Brown                                446

    16         10m      Morgan Turpen                              442

    17         24         Danny Martin Jr                             400

    18         2c         Wayne Johnson                             396

    19         5           Justin Barger                                 394

    20         22G       Johnny Gilbertson                          345

    21         3g         Garrett Green                                 338

    22         22         Connor Leoffler                             326

    23         17         Channin Tankersley                        294

    Tie        99L       Larry Wight                                    294

    Tie        15h       Sam Hafertepe                              294

    26         5j          Jamie Ball                                     279

    27         29         Kyle Amerson                                278

    28         47x       Dylan Westbrook                           276

    29         23         Seth Bergman                                274

    30         21k       Thomas Kennedy                           273

    31         52         Cody Karl                                      258

    32         01         Shane Morgan                               256

    33         6           Dustin Gates                                  252

    34         7j          Gregg Jones                                 250

    35         21         Carson Short                                 242

    Tie        16         Cody Tankersley                            242

    37         88         Brandon Blenden                           238

    38         8           Adam Pierson                                234

    Tie        8a         Alan Myers                                    234

    40         22         Shawn Murray                                230

    41         91         Ryan Turner                                   228

    42         14b       Brett Wright                                   226

    43         16b       Ricky Peterson                              224

    44         92         Matt Kurtz                                      214

    45         3           Todd Gracey                                  212

    46         51         Max Stambaugh                            206

    47         77x       Alex Hill                                         200

    Tie        13         Cory Turner                                    200

    Tie        15         Dan Nanticoke                               200

    Tie        61         Parker Evans                                 200

    Tie        197       Ryan Harrison                                200

    Tie        99         Tanner Witherspoon                      200

    Tie        43         Terry Witherspoon                         200

    54         29         Jordon Mallett                                142

    55         16         Cody Adams                                 138

    Tie        75         Tyler Blank                                    138

    57         17cb     Corey Bailey                                  134

    58         52         Shane Kreidler                               130

    59         20b       Cody Bova                                    126

    60         29         Danny Oliver                                  122

    61         00         Harley Zimmerman                         118

    62         2h         Tommy Hall                                   116

    63         21m      Adam Cruea                                  110

    64         83         Bob Auld                                       100

    Tie        20         Brandon Grubaugh                         100

    Tie        b4         Bronzie Lawson IV                         100

 

 

Mark Smith streaks to 3rd USCS Sprint win of 2019 at Chatham Speedway

Chatham, LA - March 9, 2019 - Sunbury, Pennsylvania's Mark Smith raced from his inside 2nd row starting spot past Friday night's feature winner, Morgan Turpen from Cordova. Tennessee on lap four and survived two caution periods to park his M1 sprint car in the RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane for the 3rd time this season. Highlands,Texas sprint car veteran, Channin Tankersley followed Smith in the runner-up spot. Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana put on a show charging back to front after getting in a tangle with a lapped car on lap 10 while in second place.

Davie Franek from Sussex, New Jersey started sixth and finished fourth. Veteran Chillicothe, Ohio Hall of Fame driver, Danny Smith started 18th and charged forward thirteen positions to complete the top five.

Two-time USCS National Champ, Morgan Turpen finished sixth followed by Dustin Gates from Haughton, Louisiana was seventh followed by eleven times series Champion Terry Gray in eighth. Bew Yorker Bobby Tersillo was ninth and Jamie Ball from Knoxville, Iowa rounded out the top ten.

Next races: Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday, March 15th and Magnolia Motor Sleedway on Saturday, March 16th. For more info www.uscsracing.com

USCS Bayou State Sprint Car Nationals Finale for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars at Chatham Speedway on Saturday, March 9, 2019 results:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[5] ; 3. 17t-Channin Tankersley[2] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[4]

Heat 2 - BMRS (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 2. 6-Dustin Gates[6] ; 3. 51-Bobby Tersillo[1] ; 4. 07-Johnny Bridges[2] ; 5. 49-Mallie Shuster[4] ; 6. 17b-Shelby Brown[5]

Heat 3 - ButlerBuilt Seats (8 Laps)

1. 5J-Jamie Ball[1] ; 2. 28f-Davie Franek[3] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 4. 11-Jim Shuster[5] ; 5. 8a-Alan Myers[6] ; 6. 16t-Cody Tankersley[2]

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[2] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 4. 14-Tony Stewart[3] ; 5. 17t-Channin Tankersley[6] ; 6. 5J-Jamie Ball[5]

FireAde Sprint Car A-Main (30 Laps):

1. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 2. 17t-Channin Tankersley[8] ; 3. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ; 4. 28f-Davie Franek[6] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[17] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 7. 6-Dustin Gates[1] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[7] ; 9. 51-Bobby Tersillo[10] ; 10. 5J-Jamie Ball[5] ; 11. 38-Tony Agin[14] ; 12. 07-Johnny Bridges[13] ; 13. 49-Mallie Shuster[15] ; 14. 28-Jeff Willingham[11] ; 15. 11-Jim Shuster[9] ; 16. 17b-Shelby Brown[16] ; 17. 16t-Cody Tankersley[18] ; 18. 8a-Alan Myers[12]

Photo/caption m1: Mark Smith streaks to 3rd USCS win of 2019 at Chatham Speedway

 

 

Turpen scores victory in USCS Bayou State Sprint Car Nationals Friday prelim

Chatham, LA - March 8, 2019 - Two-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, TN raced from her K&N Filters Pole Position into the RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane at the end of the 25-lap FireAde A-Main at Chatham Speedway on Friday night. Turpen delighted the huge crowd by holding off the hard charging duo of Columbus, Indiana's Tony Stewart, who finished in the runner-up spot. Two-time 2019 USCS winner Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania trailed Stewart in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Eleven-time USCS National Champ, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee followed Smith and Jamie Ball from Knoxville, Iowa rounded out the top five.

Channin Tankersley, Cody Adam's, Mallie Shuster, Corey Bailey and Davie Franek completed the top ten.

Cody Adam's passed the most cars in the A-Main to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Chatham Speedway on Friday 3/8/2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; 3. 28f-Davie Franek[2] ; 4. 11-Jim Shuster[3] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 6. 07-Johnny Bridges[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 28f-Davie Franek[1] ; 2. 49-Mallie Shuster[4] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 5. 11-Jim Shuster[6] ; 6. 17b-Shelby Brown[5] ; 7. 07-Johnny Bridges[7]

Heat 2 - Brown & Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 3. 51-Bobby Tersillo[3] ; 4. 2H-Tommy Hall[7] ; 5. 17cb-Corey Bailey[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 7. 16c-Cody Tankersley[4]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. 5J-Jamie Ball[2] ; 3. 17g-Channin Tankersley[3] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 5. 8a-Alan Myers[6] ; 6. 16-Cody Adams[4]

FireAde A-Main - USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars (25 Laps)

1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ;

2. 14-Tony Stewart[3] ;

3. m1-Mark Smith[4] ;

4. 10-Terry Gray[8] ;

5. 5J-Jamie Ball[7] ;

6. 17g-Channin Tankersley[10] ;

7. 16-Cody Adams[18] ;

8. 49-Mallie Shuster[6] ;

9. 17cb-Corey Bailey[14] ;

10. 28f-Davie Franek[5] ;

11. 07-Johnny Bridges[20] ;

12. 38-Tony Agin[13] ;

13. 17b-Shelby Brown[17] ;

14. 16c-Cody Tankersley[19] ;

15. 11-Jim Shuster[15] ;

16. 4-Danny Smith[11] ;

17. 8a-Alan Myers[12] ;

18. 2H-Tommy Hall[2] ;

19. 6-Dustin Gates[21] ;

20. 51-Bobby Tersillo[9] ;

21. 28-Jeff Willingham[16]

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour sprint car racing invades Chatham Speedway on March 8th and 9th for the inaugural “Bayou State Sprint Car Nationals” and USCS Winter Heat 2019 Rounds #7 and #8

Atlanta, GA – February 28, 2019 – Chatham Speedway will host one of its most exciting and certainly most high-speed events of their 2019 racing season when, the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade the one-third mile clay oval in Chatham, Louisiana. The USCS winged sprint cars headline a two-night weekend of racing action entitled the USCS “Bayou State Sprint Car Nationals” at the track on Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th for Rounds #7 and #8 of the 2nd annual USCS “Winter Heat” mini-series. The events which be the first-ever for the United Sprint Car Series in the state of Louisiana, will also be the 7th and 8th events on the 64-event 23rd season schedule for the Atlanta, Georgia based racing series.

The event is expected to draw some of the top winged-sprint car drivers from across the Nation from at least ten states seeking warmer climates for the earliest sprint car racing of the 2019 season. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Winter Heat Series event continues over a month of racing opportunities for winged sprint car teams including one more weekend beyond the Bayou State event for the 10-race USCS Winter Heat Series at two tracks in Mississippi on the following weekend.

Three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion, Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana leads the current USCS National and USCS Deep South regional series point standings coming into the Chatham Speedway USCS event. Stewart, who has competed in all five of the USCS Winter Heat 2019 events, so far, has one 2019 win with the USCS at Southern Raceway on February 22nd. He additionally has two second place and two third place finishes to top the standings. Davie Franek from Sussex, New Jersey is second in the current standings just 11 points behind the points leader. He also has a win on February 8th at bubba Raceway Park. Mark Smith who was the 2nd winningest driver in the Nation during the 2018 season, with 14 victories, has two USCS series wins at Bubba Raceway park on February 9th and at the most recent USCS event on February 23rd at Southern Raceway. He is in third place in the current USCS National and USCS Deep South regional standings.

Expected entries for the inaugural USCS Bayou State Sprint Car Nationals also include, Sprint Car Hall of Fame driver Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio who won the USCS Winter Heat Round #1 and USCS series 2019 season-opener at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida on January 25th. Also pre-entered are 11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee and his team-mate and two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who is considered by most as the top female sprint car driver in the Nation.

Other expected entries include 2018 USCS National Champion, Jordn Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas plus a former USCS regional series Champion and Rookie of the Year, Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina. At least two past USCS Rookie of the Year drivers, Jake Knight from Georgetown, Mississippi (2018) and 2012 Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi. 2019 USCS Rookie of the Year points leader Bobby Tersillo from New York and the Father and Son team of Jim and Mallie Shuster from Pennsylvania are also expected in addition to a number of other drivers from across the nation.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up their share of the nearly $25,000 in posted cash prize winnings plus contingency awards. Over $4,000 is possible including Friday night’s preliminary 25-lap USCS sprint car main event win and by also arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane after Saturday night’s 30-lap Championship final as well.

Fans attending the inaugural USCS Bayou State Sprint Car Nationals/USCS Winter Heat Series event at Chatham Speedway will be treated to a full program of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car racing each night plus support divisions including open wheel modified and stock car racing for an action-packed evening each night.

 

 

Stewart, Franek and Mark Smith top USCS National and Deep South regional sprint point standings as of Feb. 23rd

Atlanta, GA – February 27, 2019 – After five 2019 events including a win for himself, Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana still leads the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters point standings in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National and USCS Deep South regional series divisions. Stewart, who was the February 22nd winner at Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida last Friday, February 22nd and the runner-up in the 30-lap A-Main at Southern Raceway on Saturday, February 23rd maintains a scant 11 point lead over Sussex, New Jersey driver Davie Franek who was a winner earlier in the season at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday, February 8th.Franek is followed in the standing by two-time 2019 USCS sprint car feature winner Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania, who moved up a notch into third place after a strong weekend at Southern Raceway with a runner-up finish behind Stewart on Friday night. He then held off Stewart in Saturday night’s main event for his second win of the season in the series. He was the February 9th winner at Bubba Raceway Park.

Sprint Car Hall of Fame 2015 Inductee and legendary Midwest sprint car veteran, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio moved up two positions into fourth place in the National and Deep South regional series point standings with two sixth place finishes after starting deep in the field on both nights. Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina who was the series 1998 USCS Rookie of the Year, moved into the top five drivers in the standings by advancing three positions over the weekend. Bridges had his best finish so far in 2019 finishing in fourth place in the A-Main on Saturday night at Southern Raceway.

Eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee leads the next group in sixth place in the standings after a ninth-place finish on Friday night and a DNF on Saturday night during the two-race weekend. USCS Rookie of the Year contender and points-leader, Bobby Tersillo from Campbell Hall, New York moved up five spots into seventh place after two top ten finishes over the weekend. Veteran USCS racing regular, Tony Agin from Fort Myers. Florida ranks eighth in the National and Deep South regional standings while 2015 USCS National Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida is in ninth place after a top five and top ten effort over the weekend at Southern Raceway. Mark Ruel, Jr from Jacksonville, Florida rounds out the top ten drivers in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National and Deep South regional series point standings.

After this coming weekend’s Rounds #7 and #8 stops at Hattiesburg Speedway and Magnolia Motor Speedway have been postponed and reschedule for March 15th and 16th due to weather, the next USCS Winter Heat mini-series events are set for Chatham Speedway in Chatham. Louisiana with the originally scheduled Rounds #9 and #10 on Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th. Chatham Speedway’s website is www.chathamspeedway.com They also have a Facebook page. For updated USCS info and rules for the all USCS racing series please visit www.uscsracing.com For answers you can’t find, please call our office at 770-865-6097

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2019 and 23rd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Hoosier Racing Tire, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Radical Race Gear, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour by K&N Filters National point standings through 2/23/19 at Southern Raceway

Pos. Car#/Driver Points. 1 14 Tony Stewart 761 2 28F Davie Franek 750 3 m1 Mark Smith 715 4 4 Danny Smith 677 5 07 Johnny Bridges 630 6 10 Terry Gray 621 7 51 Bobby Tersillo 603 8 38 Tony Agin 576 9 116 Nick Snyder 528 10 83 Mark Ruel Jr 517 11 11 Jim Shuster 466 12 49 Mallie Shuster 462 13 18J RJ Jacobs 452 14 28 Jeff Willingham 428 15 24 Danny Martin Jr 400 16 2c Wayne Johnson 396 17 5 Justin Barger 394 18 22G Johnny Gilbertson 345 19 3g Garrett Green 338 20 22 Connor Leoffler 326 21 99L Larry Wight 294 Tie 15h Sam Hafertepe 294 23 29 Kyle Amerson 278 24 47x Dylan Westbrook 276 25 23 Seth Bergman 274 26 21k Thomas Kennedy 273 27 52 Cody Karl 258 28 01 Shane Morgan 256 29 7j Gregg Jones 250 30 21 Carson Short 242 31 88 Brandon Blenden 238 32 8 Adam Pierson 234 33 22 Shawn Murray 230 34 91 Ryan Turner 228 35 14b Brett Wright 226 36 16b Ricky Peterson 224 37 92 Matt Kurtz 214 38 3 Todd Gracey 212 39 51 Max Stambaugh 206 40 77x Alex Hill 200 Tie 13 Cory Turner 200 Tie 15 Dan Nanticoke 200 Tie 61 Parker Evans 200 Tie 197 Ryan Harrison 200 Tie 17b Shelby Brown 200 Tie 99 Tanner Witherspoon 200 Tie 43 Terry Witherspoon 200 48 10m Morgan Turpen 144 49 29 Jordon Mallett 142 50 75 Tyler Blank 138 51 52 Shane Kreidler 130 52 20b Cody Bova 126 53 29 Danny Oliver 122 54 00 Harley Zimmerman 118 55 21m Adam Cruea 110 56 83 Bob Auld 100 Tie 20 Brandon Grubaugh 100 Tie b4 Bronzie Lawson IV 100

USCS Deep South Thunder regional sprint car point standings through 2/23/19 at Southern Raceway

Pos. Car# Driver Point 1 14 Tony Stewart 761 2 28F Davie Franek 750 3 m1 Mark Smith 715 4 4 Danny Smith 677 5 07 Johnny Bridges 630 6 10 Terry Gray 621 7 51 Bobby Tersillo 603 8 38 Tony Agin 576 9 116 Nick Snyder 528 10 83 Mark Ruel Jr 517 11 11 Jim Shuster 466 12 49 Mallie Shuster 462 13 18J RJ Jacobs 452 14 28 Jeff Willingham 428 15 24 Danny Martin Jr 400 16 2c Wayne Johnson 396 17 5 Justin Barger 394 18 22G Johnny Gilbertson 345 19 3g Garrett Green 338 20 22 Connor Leoffler 326 21 99L Larry Wight 294 Tie 15h Sam Hafertepe 294 23 29 Kyle Amerson 278 24 47x Dylan Westbrook 276 25 23 Seth Bergman 274 26 21k Thomas Kennedy 273 27 52 Cody Karl 258 28 01 Shane Morgan 256 29 7j Gregg Jones 250 30 21 Carson Short 242 31 88 Brandon Blenden 238 32 8 Adam Pierson 234 33 22 Shawn Murray 230 34 91 Ryan Turner 228 35 14b Brett Wright 226 36 16b Ricky Peterson 224 37 92 Matt Kurtz 214 38 3 Todd Gracey 212 39 51 Max Stambaugh 206 40 77x Alex Hill 200 Tie 13 Cory Turner 200 Tie 15 Dan Nanticoke 200 Tie 61 Parker Evans 200 Tie 197 Ryan Harrison 200 Tie 17b Shelby Brown 200 Tie 99 Tanner Witherspoon 200 Tie 43 Terry Witherspoon 200 48 10m Morgan Turpen 144 49 29 Jordon Mallett 142 50 75 Tyler Blank 138 51 52 Shane Kreidler 130 52 20b Cody Bova 126 53 29 Danny Oliver 122 54 00 Harley Zimmerman 118 55 21m Adam Cruea 110 56 83 Bob Auld 100 Tie 20 Brandon Grubaugh 100 Tie b4 Bronzie Lawson IV 100

 

 

Atlanta, GA - FEB. 26. 2019 - This coming weekend's USCS Winter Heat Winged Sprint Car and Mini Sprint events at Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday 3/1 & Magnolia Motor Speedway on Saturday 3/2 HAVE BEEN POSTPONED until FRI/SAT 3/15 & 3/16.

All of this is due to the large amount of rain these tracks have received recently and the Tornado in Columbus, MS this past Saturday. The fact that more rain and little sunshine are forecast for the rest of this week make the chances of getting the events in at either facility doubtful.

We are sorry for any inconvenience to anyone, but, the track owners both and USCS management thought it best to make this decision to postpone for this weekend and to race at these facilities in two weeks.

The NEXT USCS Sprint car event is scheduled 11 days from now at Chatham Speedway in Chatham, Lousiana, the bayou State Sprint Car Nationals. For more info on the track visit www.ChathamSpeedway.com For USCS rules and info visit www.uscsracing.com or call 7708656097 Both have Facebook pages as well.

 

 

USCS presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint Cars at Southern Raceway on Saturday, February 23, 2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps)

1. 28f-Davie Franek[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; 3. 29-Kyle Amerson[3] ; 4. 51-Bobby Tersillo[6] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[2] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[5]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 11-Jim Shuster[1] ; 2. 18j-RJ Jacobs[7] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 4. 116-Nick Snyder[5] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 6. 49-Mallie Shuster[3] ; 7. 38-Tony Agin[4]

Heat 2 - BMRS (8 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 3. 01-Shane Morgan[4] ; 4. 51-Bobby Tersillo[6] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 6. 88-Brandon Blenden[2]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)

1. 29-Kyle Amerson[1] ; 2. 28f-Davie Franek[3] ; 3. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[4] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 5. 7j-Gregg Jones[5] ; 6. 52-Cody Karl[2]

FIREADE A-Main - USCS presented by K&N Oil Outlaw THUNDER Tour Sprint Cars (30 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[2] ;

2. 14-Tony Stewart[5] ;

3. 28f-Davie Franek[7] ;

4. 07-Johnny Bridges[3] ;

5. 11-Jim Shuster[4] ;

6. 4-Danny Smith[14] ;

7. 116-Nick Snyder[12] ;

8. 01-Shane Morgan[8] ;

9. 49-Mallie Shuster[16] ;

10. 88-Brandon Blenden[17] ;

11. 51-Bobby Tersillo[10] ;

12. 7j-Gregg Jones[13] ;

13. 52-Cody Karl[18] ;

14. 29-Kyle Amerson[6] ;

15. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[9] ;

16. 28-Jeff Willingham[15] ;

17. 10-Terry Gray[11] ;

18. 18j-RJ Jacobs[1] ;

19. 38-Tony Agin[1

RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series results.

USCS 600 Hoosier Tire Dash for RockAuto.com (5 Laps)

1. 68-Dirk Miller[1] ; 2. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[3] ; 3. 17-Alex Lyles[2] ; 4. 66-Robby Hoffman[5] ; 5. 33-Don R Quinn[4] ; 6. 14-Bob Trapino[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (6 Laps)

1. 66-Robby Hoffman[1] ; 2. 67-David Hall[2] ; 3. 33-Don R Quinn[3] ; 4. 14-Bob Trapino[5] ; 5. L37-Scott Craft[6] ; 6. 17-Alex Lyles[4]

Heat 2 - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (6 Laps)

1. 3-Trynt Lloyd[3] ; 2. 33H-Mike Hall[1] ; 3. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[2] ; 4. 68-Dirk Miller[5] ; 5. 52r-Jim McNulty[6] ; 6. 33d-Don T Quinn[4]

A-Main - RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series Mini Sprints (20 Laps)

1. 3-Trynt Lloyd[4] ;

2. 67-David Hall[2] ;

3. 66-Robby Hoffman[3] ;

4. 33H-Mike Hall[1] ;

5. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[6] ;

6. 68-Dirk Miller[8] ;

7. 33-Don R Quinn[5] ;

8. 14-Bob Trapino[7] ;

9. 17-Alex Lyles[10] ;

10. L37-Scott Craft[13] ;

11. 33d-Don T Quinn[11] ;

12. 52r-Jim McNulty[9] ;

13. 19-Jim Kradel[12]

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winter Heat presented by FireAe winged sprint cars Round #5 at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL on FRIDAY, February 22, 2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[2] ; 3. 28f-Davie Franek[3] ; 4. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[4] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[5] ; 6. 14-Tony Stewart[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 49-Mallie Shuster[1] ; 2. 29-Kyle Amerson[2] ; 3. 21m-Adam Cruea[4] ; 4. 20b-Cody Bova[3] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 7. 88-Brandon Blenden[7]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutionss (8 Laps)

1. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[1] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[7] ; 3. m1-Mark Smith[6] ; 4. 07-Johnny Bridges[2] ; 5. 11-Jim Shuster[3] ; 6. 18j-RJ Jacobs[5] ; 7. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 8. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[4]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilts (8 Laps)

1. 01-Shane Morgan[2] ; 2. 2c-Wayne Johnson[6] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 4. 28f-Davie Franek[4] ; 5. 51-Bobby Tersillo[3] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 7. 52-Cody Karl[7]

FireAde A-Main - (25 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 3. 29-Kyle Amerson[7] ; 4. 116-Nick Snyder[13] ; 5. 28f-Davie Franek[10] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[18] ; 7. 51-Bobby Tersillo[15] ; 8. 18j-RJ Jacobs[17] ; 9. 10-Terry Gray[19] ; 10. 52-Cody Karl[21] ; 11. 07-Johnny Bridges[12] ; 12. 49-Mallie Shuster[5] ; 13. 20b-Cody Bova[11] ; 14. 11-Jim Shuster[14] ; 15. 7j-Gregg Jones[23] ; 16. 01-Shane Morgan[2] ; 17. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[22] ; 18. 38-Tony Agin[9] ; 19. 2c-Wayne Johnson[3] ; 20. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[6] ; 21. 21m-Adam Cruea[8] ; 22. 28-Jeff Willingham[16] ; 23. 88-Brandon Blenden[20]

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour “Battle at the Beach” sprint car racing invades Southern Raceway on February 22nd and 23rd for USCS Winter Heat 2019 Rounds #5 and #6

Atlanta, GA – February 19, 2019 – Southern Raceway will host one of its most exciting and certainly most high-speed events of the 2019 season this coming weekend when, the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade the high banked one-third mile clay oval in Milton, Florida. The USCS winged sprint cars headline a two-night weekend of racing action entitled the USCS “Battle at the Beach” at the track on Friday and Saturday, February 22nd and 23rd for Rounds #5 and #6 of the 2nd annual USCS “Winter Heat” mini-series. The events will also be race #5 and #6 on the 64-event 23rd season schedule for the Georgia based racing series.

The event is expected to draw some of the top winged-sprint car drivers from across the Nation from at least ten states and Canada seeking warmer climates for the earliest sprint car racing of the 2019 season. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Winter Heat event continues over a month of racing opportunities for winged sprint car teams including two more weekends for the 10-race USCS Winter Heat Series at two tracks in Mississippi on the following weekend and in Louisiana the 8th and 9th of March. This weekend’s events are part of Southern Raceway’s annual Winter Nationals series of races. This will be a return for the USCS sprint cars to the ¼ mile dirt oval near Pensacola, Florida after a successful three weekends of competition there during 2018.

Three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion, Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana leads the USCS National and USCS Deep South regional series point standings coming into this weekend’s USCS event. Stewart competed in the 2018 version of the USCS Battle at the Beach last February. He then returned to Southern Raceway and won the October 20, 2018 USCS Deep South regional series Championship race. 11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee won the February 2018 Friday preliminary main event and Seth Bergman from Snohomish, Washington won the Battle at the Beach 2018 finale. Both of those drivers and a strong contingent of USCS winged sprint car drivers are again expected for this event.

Entries for this weekend’s USCS Battle at the Beach also include, Sprint Car Hall of Fame driver Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio who won the Winter Heat Round #1 and USCS series season-opener at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida on January 25th. Danny Smith also claimed the runner-up spot behind Stewart in last Fall’s USCS event. Round #2 was rained out at that track.

“No Panic” Davie Franek from Sussex, New Jersey, who ranks second in the point standings, bested a 44-car field to win the Round #3 contest at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on February 8th. Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania raced into the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory lane ahead of 41 other drivers on Saturday, February 9th at Bubba Raceway Park in USCS Winter Heat Round #4.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up their share of the over $25,000 in posted cash prize winnings plus contingency awards. Over $4,000 is possible including Friday night’s preliminary 25-lap USCS sprint car main event win and by also arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane after Saturday night’s 30-lap Championship final as well.

Fans attending the USCS Battle at the Beach/ USCS Winter Heat Series at Southern Raceway will be treated to a full program of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car racing each night plus support divisions including the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints for an action-packed evening.

Southern Raceway is located at 9359 Nichols Lake Rd, Milton, Florida 32583.The track race day telephone number is 850-623-2333. For event info please visit www.southernraceway.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Southern Raceway. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone number is 770-865-6097.

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 and email: peteuscs@att.net

 

 

Stewart, Franek and Martin, Jr. top USCS National and regional sprint point standings

Atlanta, GA – February 17, 2019 – After three 2019 events Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana leads the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters point standings in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National and USCS Deep South regional series divisions. Stewart, a three-time 2018 winner in the series has three top-three finishes and that’s been good enough so far. Stewart has been this runner-up in the season opener at Hendry County Motorsports Park on January 25th. He then had a third-place finish in the second event of the season. At Bubba Raceway Park on February 8th and followed that up on February 9th with another runner-up finish after starting 13th. All three events were part of the ten-race USCS Winter Heat mini-series. Sussex, New Jersey driver Davie Franek who won the Round #3 contest at Bubba Raceway Park trails the points leader by 12 points. Franek was the runner-up in the season opener at Hendry County Motorsports Park, when Midwest sprint car legend and Sprint Car Hall of Famer, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio was the winner.

Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida ranks third in USCS National and USCS Deep South region standings. Mark Smith who won the February 9th USCS Winter Heat Series Round #4 weekend final at Bubba Raceway Park is just two points back of Martin in fourth place after a series of tough luck on nights one and two before coming back for the win in the most recent event. Justin Barger, a recent transplant from New York state to Cornelius, North Carolina rounds out the top five drivers in the standings both Nationally and in the USCS Deep South regional series.

The next group of drivers after the first three races are led by season-opener winner, Danny Smitth in sixth place followed by 11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee in seventh. Johnny Bridges, a past regional series Champion from Cherryville, North Carolina ranks eight in both standings followed by USCS top ten regular in the standings, Tony Agin from Fort Myers, Florida in ninth place. Young gun Garrett Green from Valrico, Florida rounds out the top ten in the early season standings in both divisions.

Just out of the top ten in eleventh and twelve places respectively are two USCS Rookie of the Year contenders, Bobby Tersillo from Campbell Hall, New York and Conner Leoffler from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The point standings in their entirety are listed below.

The USCS Wnter Heat mini-series re-fires with Rounds #5 and #6 after a weekend off this coming Friday and Saturday, February, 22nd and 23rd at Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida. The track’s website is www.southernraceway.com They also have a Facebook page. For updated USCS info and rules for the three USCS racing series please visit www.uscsracing.com

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2019 and 23rd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Hoosier Racing Tire, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Radical Race Gear, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

USCS Sprints Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters
NATIONAL POINTS as of February 9, 2019 at Bubba Raceway Park.

Pos. Car# Driver Point
1 14 Tony Stewart 458
2 28F Davie Franek 444
3 24 Danny Martin Jr 400
4 m1 Mark Smith 398
5 5 Justin Barger 394
6 4 Danny Smith 392
7 10 Terry Gray 369
8 07 Johnny Bridges 356
9 38 Tony Agin 340
10 3g Garrett Green 338
11 51 Bobby Tersillo 328
12 22 Connor Leoffler 326
13 99L Larry Wight 294
Tie 15h Sam Hafertepe 294
15 2c Wayne Johnson 282
16 47x Dylan Westbrook 276
17 23 Seth Bergman 274
18 21k Thomas Kennedy 273
19 83 Mark Ruel Jr 268
20 21 Carson Short 242
21 116 Nick Snyder 240
22 8 Adam Pierson 234
23 22 Shawn Murray 230
24 91 Ryan Turner 228
25 14b Brett Wright 226
Tie 22G Johnny Gilbertson 226
27 16b Ricky Peterson 224
28 92 Matt Kurtz 214
29 3 Todd Gracey 212
30 51 Max Stambaugh 206
31 77x Alex Hill 200
Tie 13 Cory Turner 200
Tie 15 Dan Nanticoke 200
Tie 28 Jeff Willingham 200
Tie 11 Jim Shuster 200
Tie 49 Mallie Shuster 200
Tie 61 Parker Evans 200
Tie 18J RJ Jacobs 200
Tie 197 Ryan Harrison 200
Tie 17b Shelby Brown 200
Tie 99 Tanner Witherspoon 200
Tie 43 Terry Witherspoon 200
43 10m Morgan Turpen 144
44 29 Jordon Mallett 142
45 75 Tyler Blank 138
46 52 Shane Kreidler 130
47 29 Danny Oliver 122
48 00 Harley Zimmerman 118
49 83 Bob Auld 100
Tie 20 Brandon Grubaugh 100
Tie b4 Bronzie Lawson IV 100

USCS Sprints Deep South Thunder Tour regional series 2019
POINTS as of February 9, 2019

Pos. Car# Driver Point
1 14 Tony Stewart 458
2 28F Davie Franek 444
3 24 Danny Martin Jr 400
4 m1 Mark Smith 398
5 5 Justin Barger 394
6 4 Danny Smith 392
7 10 Terry Gray 369
8 07 Johnny Bridges 356
9 38 Tony Agin 340
10 3g Garrett Green 338
11 51 Bobby Tersillo 328
12 22 Connor Leoffler 326
13 99L Larry Wight 294
Tie 15h Sam Hafertepe 294
15 2c Wayne Johnson 282
16 47x Dylan Westbrook 276
17 23 Seth Bergman 274
18 21k Thomas Kennedy 273
19 83 Mark Ruel Jr 268
20 21 Carson Short 242
21 116 Nick Snyder 240
22 8 Adam Pierson 234
23 22 Shawn Murray 230
24 91 Ryan Turner 228
25 14b Brett Wright 226
Tie 22G Johnny Gilbertson 226
27 16b Ricky Peterson 224
28 92 Matt Kurtz 214
29 3 Todd Gracey 212
30 51 Max Stambaugh 206
31 77x Alex Hill 200
Tie 13 Cory Turner 200
Tie 15 Dan Nanticoke 200
Tie 28 Jeff Willingham 200
Tie 11 Jim Shuster 200
Tie 49 Mallie Shuster 200
Tie 61 Parker Evans 200
Tie 18J RJ Jacobs 200
Tie 197 Ryan Harrison 200
Tie 17b Shelby Brown 200
Tie 99 Tanner Witherspoon 200
Tie 43 Terry Witherspoon 200
43 10m Morgan Turpen 144
44 29 Jordon Mallett 142
45 75 Tyler Blank 138
46 52 Shane Kreidler 130
47 29 Danny Oliver 122
48 00 Harley Zimmerman 118
49 83 Bob Auld 100
Tie 20 Brandon Grubaugh 100
Tie b4 Bronzie Lawson IV 100

 

 

Davie Franek captured USCS Winter Heat Round #3 win at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday

Ocala, FL – February 8, 2019 – Sussex, New Jersey sprint car star “No Panic “Davie Franek raced to a career-first United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters in the USCS Winter Heat Series Round #3 25-lap main event at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday night. Franek had to best an international field of 44 drivers from 14 United States, Canada and England for his first victory of the 2019 season. The win placed him in the lead in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National and USCS Deep South regional series point standings as well after a runner-up finish in the season opener at Hendry County Motorsports Park on January 25th. Franek who started 4th in the FireAde 25-lap contest chased K&N Filters Pole Position starter and 2018 Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car driver of the Year, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. from Rockwall, Texas for the first eleven-laps of the race before making the lead pass. He then held off Indiana’s Tony Stewart, who started in the fifth spot, over the final five laps to cross under the checkered flag in first place with Stewart in the runner-up spot and Hafertepe, Jr. followed in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place.

Fulton, New York’s Larry Wight followed the trio with a fourth-place finish. Sprint car racing veteran Wayne Johnson from Liberal, Kansas, who won the Schoenfeld Headers Second B-Main charged from the 16th starting position into fifth place at the finish.

New York transplant Justin Barger, who now resides in Cornelius, North Carolina, led the next group in sixth place. Ypung gun Dylan Westbrook from Scotland, Ontario, Canada, who was the 2018 Ohsweken Speedway Champion was seventh. Seth Bergman from Owasso, Oklahoma followed in eighth place to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes “Hard Charger Award for the night after starting 20th in the A-Main. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada sprint car racer, Thomas Kennedy was ninth. 2018 USCS Florida State Championship race winner, Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida rounded out the top ten drivers.

Danny Martin, Jr. kicked off the evening’s action by winning the USCS Hoosier Tire 6-lap Speed Dash. As mentioned, Justin Barger won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Davie Franek won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat and three-time NASCAR Cup Serie Champion, Tony Stewart won the Butlerbuilt Third Heat. 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida won the FireAde 2000 Fourth Heat. Sunbury, Pennsylvania’s Mark Smith captured the flag in the Hero Graphics Fifth Heat and Larry Wight concluded the preliminary heats by winning the DHR Suspensions Sixth Heat.

Sam Hafertepe, Jr. was the passing points leader after qualifying heat race action. Hafertepe was award the K&N Filters Pole Position after Engler Machine and Tool First Heat winner Justin Barger drew a zero inversion in the pole award drawing. Seth Bergman was the evening’s Wilwood Disc Brakes “Hard Charger” after passing twelve cars in the main event. Conner Leoffler from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina was the Radical Racewear Rookie of the Race.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2019 and 23rd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Hoosier Racing Tire, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Radical Race Gear, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

USCS presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Sprint Cars at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday, February 8, 2019

Preliminary event results:

Hoosier Speed DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (6 Laps)

1. 24-Danny Martin Jr[1] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ; 3. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 6. 28f-Dave Franek[5]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 5-Justin Barger[1] ; 2. 3-Todd Gracey[2] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[5] ; 4. 22-Shawn Murray[7] ; 5. 13-Cory Turner[4] ; 6. 20-Brandon Grubaugh[8] ; 7. 11-Jim Shuster[6] ; 8. 22L-Connor Leoffler[3]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. 28f-Dave Franek[2] ; 2. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[3] ; 3. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[1] ; 4. 92-Matt Kurtz[7] ; 5. 82-Garrett Green[8] ; 6. 49-Mallie Shuster[4] ; 7. 15-Dan Nanticoke[6] ; 8. 43-Terry Witherspoon[5]

Heat 3 - ButlerBuilt (8 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[2] ; 2. 8-Adam Pierson[1] ; 3. 91-Ryan Turner[4] ; 4. 51 s-Max Stambaugh[6] ; 5. 197-Ryan Harrison[3] ; 6. 77x-Alex Hill[7] ; 7. 17b-Shelby Brown[5]

Heat 4 – FireAde 2000 (8 Laps)

1. 116-Nick Snyder[3] ; 2. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[7] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[4] ; 4. 18j-RJ Jacobs[5] ; 5. b4-Bronzie Lawson IV[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[1]

Heat 5 - Hero Graphics (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[2] ; 2. 24-Danny Martin Jr[3] ; 3. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[1] ; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[5] ; 5. 2c-Wayne Johnson[7] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 7. 51-Bobby Tersillo[4]

Heat 6 - DHR Suspension (8 Laps)

1. 99L-Larry Wight[3] ; 2. 14b-Brett Wright[2] ; 3. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[6] ; 4. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[7] ; 7. 61-Parker Evans[1

KSE Racing Products B-Main 1 - (15 Laps)

1. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[6] ; 2. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 3. 14b-Brett Wright[1] ; 4. 51 s-Max Stambaugh[3] ; 5. 91-Ryan Turner[2] ; 6. 13-Cory Turner[7] ; 7. 77x-Alex Hill[8] ; 8. 197-Ryan Harrison[9] ; 9. 49-Mallie Shuster[10] ; 10. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[13] ; 11. 17b-Shelby Brown[12] ; 12. 18j-RJ Jacobs[4] ; 13. 43-Terry Witherspoon[14] ; 14. 11-Jim Shuster[11]

Schoenfeld Headers B-Main 2 - (15 Laps)2c-Wayne Johnson[6] ; 2. 07-Johnny Bridges[2] ; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4] ; 4. 8-Adam Pierson[1] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 6. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[5] ; 7. 4-Danny Smith[10] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[9] ; 9. 82-Garrett Green[3] ; 10. 22L-Connor Leoffler[15] ; 11. 15-Dan Nanticok[12] ; 12. 61-Parker Evans[14] ; 13. 51-Bobby Tersillo[13] ; 14. 28-Jeff Willingham[11] ; 15. 20-Brandon Grubaugh[7]

FireAde A-Main results - (25 Laps)

1. 28f-Davie Franek[4] ; Sussex, NJ

2. 14-Tony Stewart[5] ; Brownsburg, IN

3. 15h-Sam Hafertepe, Jr.[1] ; Rock Wall, TX

4. 99L-Larry Wight[3] ; Fulton, NY

5. 2c-Wayne Johnson[16] ;Liberal, KS

6. 5-Justin Barger[8] ; Cornelius, NC

7. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[9] ; Scotland, Ontario, CAN

8. 23-Seth Bergman[20] ; Owasso, OK

9. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[15] ; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN

10. 24-Danny Martin Jr[10] ; Sarsota, FL

11. 4-Danny Smith[24] ; Chillicothe, OH

12. m1-Mark Smith[6] ; Sunbury, PA

13. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[17] ; Jacksonville, FL

14. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[7] ; Rawson, OH

15. 116-Nick Snyder[2] ; Marco Island, FL

16. 8-Adam Pierson[22] ; East Corinth, VT

17. 10-Terry Gray[23] ; Bartlett, TN

18. 14b-Brett Wright[19] ; Old Chatham, NY

19. 92-Matt Kurtz[13] ; Jacksonville, FL

20. 07-Johnny Bridges[18] ; Cherryville, NC

21. 22-Shawn Murray[12] ; Jacksonville, FL

22. 21-Carson Short[11] ; Marion, IL

23. 51 s-Max Stambaugh[21] ; Lima, OH

24. 3-Todd Gracey[14]; Glenville, PA

Did Not Start A-Main

91-Ryan Turner, Caistor Centre, Ontario, CAN

22G-Johnny Gilbertson, Dover, FL

13-Cory Turner Caistor Centre, Ontario, CAN

38-Tony Agin, Fort Myers, FL

77x-Alex Hill, Six Nations, Ontario, CAN

82-Garrett Green, Valrico, FL

197-Ryan Harrison, Hamptonshire, England

22L-Connor Leoffler, Myrtle Beach, SC

49-Mallie Shuster, Newville, PA

15-Dan Nanticoke, Ohsweken, Ontario, CAN

99-Tanner Witherspoon, Jacksonville, FL

61-Parker Evans, Owego, NY

17b-Shelby Brown, Marks, MS

51-Bobby Tersillo, Campbell Hall, NY

18j-RJ Jacobs, Dover, OH

28-Jeff Willingham, Ripley, MS

43-Terry Witherspoon, Jacksonville, FL

20-Brandon Grubaugh, Ocala, FL,

11-Jim Shuster, Newville, PA

b4- Bronzie Lawson IV, Raeford, NC

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards on Friday 2/9/18: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 24 Danny Martin, Jr.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 7j Joe Swanson Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 28F Davie Franek

K&N Filters Pole Award: 15 Sam Hafertepe, Jr. JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (2nd Place) 14 Tony Stewart

PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (3rdd Place) 15 Sam Hafertepe, Jr. K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: (3rd Place) 15 Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 2c Wayne Johnson (started 16th and finished 5th)

DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 23 Seth Bergman DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 24 Danny Martin, Jr.

 

 

USCS WEEKEND RE-WIND from Saturday, February 9, 2019

Mark Smith races to USCS Winter Heat Round #4 win at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday

Ocala, FL – February 9, 2019 – Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania raced to a career-fifth United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters win in the USCS Winter Heat Series Round #4 main event at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday night. Smith who had three previous USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour wins at Bubba Raceway Park during 2017 and 2018 was the evening’s best from an international field of 42 drivers from 16 United States, Canada and England for his first win of the 2019 season.

Smith started the FireAde sponsored 30-lap A-main contest from the fourth position, then raced past K&N Filters Pole Position starter and Jacksonville, Florida driver, Mark Ruel, Jr. for the lead spot on lap three of the 30-lap speed contest.

Smith continued to build on his lead until lap 15 when a red flag brought out by Old Chatham, New York’s Bret Wright when he rolled over in turn three. This bunched the field with Ruel, Jr. and fifth starting Sam Hafertepe, Jr. from Rock Wall, Texas, Wayne Johnson of Liberal, Kansas and the previous night’s winner, Davie Franek from Sussex, New Jersey behind Smith for the re-start.

The race went green again until lap 20 when the car of Cherryville, North Carolina’s Johnny Bridges stopped on the track to bring out the yellow flag and bunch the field once again behind the fleeting Mark Smith who had stretched his lead to nearly a straightaway. At this point Mark Ruel, Jr. held on to the runner-up spot with Hapertepe, Jr., Wayne Johnson and now thirteenth starting Tony Stewart from Brownsburg, Indiana comprising the top five.

Over the final ten laps Sam Hapertepe, Jr. passed Mark Ruel, Jr. whose car seemed to be getting loose from tire wear on lap 26. Stewart pushed Ruel’s gallant defense of the invaders farther back on lap with two to go and moved into the third spot. On the 28th lap, Larry Wight from Fulton, New York charged all the way from his eighteenth starting spot into fourth place. Mark Ruel, Jr. rounded out the top five finishers.

DHR Suspensions Heat Six winner, Wayne Johnson led the next group to the finish line in sixth place followed by Seth Bergman from Owasso, Oklahoma, who won the evening’s Hero Graphics Fifth heat in seventh place. The previous night’s main event winner, Davie Franek finished in eighth place in the Saturday night contest after winning the Engler Machine and Tool First heat race. Carson Short from Marion, Illinois followed in ninth place after starting seventeenth and passing eight cars. Talented Canadian racer, Thomas Kennedy from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada rounded out the top ten finishers.

Davie Franek was the passing points leader after qualifying heat race action. Mark Ruel, Jr. who was sixth in passing points was awarded the K&N Filters Pole Position after Engler Machine and Tool First Heat winner Davie Franek drew a six inversion in the pole award drawing.

Justin Barger from Cornelius, North Carolina kicked off the evening’s action by winning the USCS Hoosier Tire 6-lap Speed Dash. As mentioned, Davie Franek won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat and eleven-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee won the Butlerbuilt Third Heat. Three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion, Tony Stewart won the FireAde 2000 Fourth Heat. Seth Bergman captured the victory in the Hero Graphics Fifth Heat and Wayne Johnson concluded the preliminary heats by winning the DHR Suspensions Sixth Heat.

Larry Wight was awarded the evening’s Wilwood Disc Brakes “Hard Charger” after passing fourteen cars in the main event. Shelby Brown from Marks, Mississippi was awarded the Radical Race Gear Rookie of the Race.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2019 and 23rd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Hoosier Racing Tire, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Radical Race Gear, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

USCS presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Winged Sprint Cars Winter Heat Series Round #4 at bubba Raceway Park on Saturday, February 9, 2019 results:

USCS Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps)

1. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ; 3. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[1] ; 4. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[6] ; 5. 99L-Larry Wight[3] ; 6. 28f-Davie Franek[5]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 28f-Davie Franek[4] ; 2. 24-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 3. 82-Garrett Green[6] ; 4. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[7] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[1] ; 6. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[5] ; 7. 13-Cory Turner[3]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[4] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[6] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[5] ; 4. 8-Adam Pierson[7] ; 5. 11-Jim Shuster[2] ; 6. 17b-Shelby Brown[1] ; 7. 22-Connor Leoffler[3]

Heat 3 - FireAde (8 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 14b-Brett Wright[4] ; 3. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[7] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 5. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[5] ; 6. 49-Mallie Shuster[6] ; 7. 77x-Alex Hill[3]

Heat 4 - Schoenfeld Headers (8 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. 22m-Shawn Murray[4] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 4. 99L-Larry Wight[5] ; 5. 5-Justin Barger[3] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 7. 197-Ryan Harrison[7]

Heat 5 - Hero Graphics (8 Laps)

1. 23-Seth Bergman[2] ; 2. 91-Ryan Turner[3] ; 3. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[7] ; 4. 92-Matt Kurtz[6] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 6. 51-Bobby Tersillo[4] ; 7. 18j-RJ Jacobs[5]

Heat 6 - DHR Suspension (8 Laps)

1. 2c-Wayne Johnson[3] ; 2. 3-Todd Gracey[4] ; 3. 51x-Max Stambaugh[2] ; 4. 61-Parker Evans[5] ; 5. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[6] ; 6. 15-Dan Nanticoke[1] ; 7. 07-Johnny Bridges[7]

B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)

1. 8-Adam Pierson[2] ; 2. 21-Carson Short[1] ; 3. 116-Nick Snyder[8] ; 4. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[10] ; 5. 51x-Max Stambaugh[4] ; 6. 61-Parker Evans[5] ; 7. 92-Matt Kurtz[3] ; 8. 5-Justin Barger[7] ; 9. 197-Ryan Harrison[11] ; 10. 49-Mallie Shuster[9] ; 11. 18j-RJ Jacobs[13] ; 12. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 13. 17b-Shelby Brown[12]

B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)

1. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[1] ; 2. 99L-Larry Wight[4] ; 3. 24-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[8] ; 6. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[5] ; 7. 13-Cory Turner[12] ; 8. 11-Jim Shuster[7] ; 9. 07-Johnny Bridges[10] ; 10. 51-Bobby Tersillo[9] ; 11. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[6] ; 12. 77x-Alex Hill[13] ; 13. 15-Dan Nanticoke[11]

A-Main - (30 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; Sunbury, PA

2. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[5] ; Rock Wall, TX

3. 14-Tony Stewart[13] ; Brownsburg, IN

4. 99L-Larry Wight[18] ; Futon, NY

5. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[1] ; Jacksonville, FL

6. 2c-Wayne Johnson[3] ; Liberal, KS

7. 23-Seth Bergman[7] ; Owasso, OK

8. 28f-Davie Franek[6] ; Sussex, NJ

9. 21-Carson Short[17] ; Marion, IL

10. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[16] ; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN

11. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[21] ; Scotland, Ontario, CAN

12. 91-Ryan Turner[14] ; Caistor Centre, Ontario, CAN

13. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[2] ; Dover, FL

14. 24-Danny Martin Jr[20] ; Sarasota, FL

15. 82-Garrett Green[11] ; Valrico, FL

16. 22m-Shawn Murray[9] ; Jacksonville, FL

17. 116-Nick Snyder[19] ; Marco Island, FL

18. 38-Tony Agin[22] ; Fort Myers, FL

19. 8-Adam Pierson[15] ; East Cornth, VT

20. 07-Johnny Bridges[24] ; Cherryville, NC

21. 14b-Brett Wright[8] ; Old Chatham, NY

22. 3-Todd Gracey[10] ; Glenville, PA

23. 4-Danny Smith[23] ; Chillicothe, OH

24. 10-Terry Gray[12] Bartlett, TN

Did Not Start

51x-Max Stambaugh, Lima, OH

61-Parker Evans, Owego, NY

82-Matt Kurtz , Jacksonville, FL

5-Justin Barger, Cornelius, NC

197-Ryan Harrison, North Hamptonshire, England

49-Mallie Shuster, Newville, PA

18j-RJ Jacobs , Dover, OH

28-Jeff Willingham , Ripley, MS

17b-Shelby Brown, Marks, MS

16 B-Ricky Peterson, Rawson, OH

13 Cory Turner, Caistor Centre, Ontario, CAN

11-Jim Shuster, Newville, PA

51-Bobby Tersillo, Campbell Hall, NY

99-Tanner Witherspoon, Jacksonville, FL

77x-Alex Hill, Six Nations, Ontario, CAN

15-Dan Nanticoke, Ohsweken, Ontario, CAN

22-Conner Leoffler, Myrtle Beach, SC

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards on Friday 2/9/18: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 5 Justin Barger

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 28F Davie Franek Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 15 Sam Hafertepe, Jr.

K&N Filters Pole Award: 83 Mark Ruel, Jr. JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (3rd Place) 14 Tony Stewart

PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (4th Place) 99L Larry Wight K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: (5th Place) 83 Mark Ruel, Jr. Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 99L Larry Wight (started 18th and finished 4th)

DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 28F Davie Franek DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 21k Thomas Kennedy

Radical Racegear Rookie of the Race: 17B Shelby Brown

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winter Heat Series Round #4 presented by FireAde winged sprint cars at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday, February 9-2019 results:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 28f-Davie Franek[4] ; 2. 24-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 3. 82-Garrett Green[6] ; 4. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[7] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[1] ; 6. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[5] ; 7. 13-Cory Turner[3]

Heat 2 - BMRS Race Hose & Fittings (8 Laps)

1. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[4] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[6] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[5] ; 4. 8-Adam Pierson[7] ; 5. 11-Jim Shuster[2] ; 6. 17b-Shelby Brown[1] ; 7. 22-Connor Leoffler[3]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)

1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 14b-Brett Wright[4] ; 3. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[7] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 5. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[5] ; 6. 49-Mallie Shuster[6] ; 7. 77x-Alex Hill[3]

Heat 4 - Schoenfeld Headers (8 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. 22m-Shawn Murray[4] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 4. 99L-Larry Wight[5] ; 5. 5-Justin Barger[3] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 7. 197-Ryan Harrison[7]

Heat 5 - Hero Graphics (8 Laps)

1. 23-Seth Bergman[2] ; 2. 91-Ryan Turner[3] ; 3. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[7] ; 4. 92-Matt Kurtz[6] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 6. 51-Bobby Tersillo[4] ; 7. 18j-RJ Jacobs[5]

Heat 6 - DHR Suspension (8 Laps)

1. 2c-Wayne Johnson[3] ; 2. 3-Todd Gracey[4] ; 3. 51x-Max Stambaugh[2] ; 4. 61-Parker Evans[5] ; 5. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[6] ; 6. 15-Dan Nanticoke[1] ; 7. 07-Johnny Bridges[7]

DASH - (6 Laps)

1. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ; 3. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[1] ; 4. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[6] ; 5. 99L-Larry Wight[3] ; 6. 28f-Davie Franek[5]

B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)

1. 8-Adam Pierson[2] ; 2. 21-Carson Short[1] ; 3. 116-Nick Snyder[8] ; 4. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[10] ; 5. 51x-Max Stambaugh[4] ; 6. 61-Parker Evans[5] ; 7. 92-Matt Kurtz[3] ; 8. 5-Justin Barger[7] ; 9. 197-Ryan Harrison[11] ; 10. 49-Mallie Shuster[9] ; 11. 18j-RJ Jacobs[13] ; 12. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 13. 17b-Shelby Brown[12]

B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)

1. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[1] ; 2. 99L-Larry Wight[4] ; 3. 24-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[8] ; 6. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[5] ; 7. 13-Cory Turner[12] ; 8. 11-Jim Shuster[7] ; 9. 07-Johnny Bridges[10] ; 10. 51-Bobby Tersillo[9] ; 11. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[6] ; 12. 77x-Alex Hill[13] ; 13. 15-Dan Nanticoke[11]

FireAde A-Main - (30 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[4] ;

2. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[5] ;

3. 14-Tony Stewart[13] ;

4. 99L-Larry Wight[18] ;

5. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[1] ;

6. 2c-Wayne Johnson[3] ;

7. 23-Seth Bergman[7] ;

8. 28f-Davie Franek[6] ;

9. 21-Carson Short[17] ;

10. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[16] ;

11. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[21] ;

12. 91-Ryan Turner[14] ;

13. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[2] ;

14. 24-Danny Martin Jr[20] ;

15. 82-Garrett Green[11] ;

16. 22m-Shawn Murray[9] ;

17. 116-Nick Snyder[19] ;

18. 38-Tony Agin[22] ;

19. 8-Adam Pierson[15] ;

20. 07-Johnny Bridges[24] ;

21. 14b-Brett Wright[8] ;

22. 3-Todd Gracey[10] ;

23. 4-Danny Smith[23] ;

24. 10-Terry Gray[12]

Did Not Start

51x-Max Stambaugh

61-Parker Evans

82-Matt Kurtz

5-Justin Barger

197-Ryan Harrison

49-Mallie Shuster

18j-RJ Jacobs

28-Jeff Willingham

17b-Shelby Brown

16 B-Ricky Peterson

13 Cory Turner

11-Jim Shuster

07-Johnny Bridges

51-Bobby Tersillo

99 Tanner Witherspoon

77x-Alex Hill

15-Dan Nanticoke

 

 

Davie Franek Captures USCS Winter Heat Round #3 win at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday

USCS presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Winged Sprint Cars at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday, February 8, 2019 results

FireAde A-Main results - (25 Laps)

1. 28f-Dave Franek[4] ;

2. 14-Tony Stewart[5] ;

3. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[1] ;

4. 99L-Larry Wight[3] ;

5. 2c-Wayne Johnson[16] ;

6. 5-Justin Barger[8] ;

7. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[9] ;

8. 23-Seth Bergman[20] ;

9. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[15] ;

10. 24-Danny Martin Jr[10] ;

11. 4-Danny Smith[24] ;

12. m1-Mark Smith[6] ;

13. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[17] ;

14. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[7] ;

15. 116-Nick Snyder[2] ;

16. 8-Adam Pierson[22] ;

17. 10-Terry Gray[23] ;

18. 14b-Brett Wright[19] ;

19. 92-Matt Kurtz[13] ;

20. 07-Johnny Bridges[18] ;

21. 22-Shawn Murray[12] ;

22. 21-Carson Short[11] ;

23. 51 s-Max Stambaugh[21] ;

24. 3-Todd Gracey[14]

Preliminary event results:

Hoosier Speed DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (6 Laps)

1. 24-Danny Martin Jr[1] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[4] ; 3. 5-Justin Barger[2] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 6. 28f-Dave Franek[5]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 5-Justin Barger[1] ; 2. 3-Todd Gracey[2] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[5] ; 4. 22-Shawn Murray[7] ; 5. 13-Cory Turner[4] ; 6. 20-Brandon Grubaugh[8] ; 7. 11-Jim Shuster[6] ; 8. 22L-Connor Leoffler[3]

Heat 2 - BMRS Race Hose & Fittings (8 Laps)

1. 28f-Dave Franek[2] ; 2. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[3] ; 3. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[1] ; 4. 92-Matt Kurtz[7] ; 5. 82-Garrett Green[8] ; 6. 49-Mallie Shuster[4] ; 7. 15-Dan Nanticoke[6] ; 8. 43-Terry Witherspoon[5]

Heat 3 - ButlerBuilt Seats (8 Laps)

1. 14-Tony Stewart[2] ; 2. 8-Adam Pierson[1] ; 3. 91-Ryan Turner[4] ; 4. 51 s-Max Stambaugh[6] ; 5. 197-Ryan Harrison[3] ; 6. 77x-Alex Hill[7] ; 7. 17b-Shelby Brown[5]

Heat 4 - FireAde (8 Laps)

1. 116-Nick Snyder[3] ; 2. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[7] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[4] ; 4. 18j-RJ Jacobs[5] ; 5. b4-Bronzie Lawson IV[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[1]

Heat 5 - Hero Graphics (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[2] ; 2. 24-Danny Martin Jr[3] ; 3. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[1] ; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[5] ; 5. 2c-Wayne Johnson[7] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 7. 51-Bobby Tersillo[4]

Heat 6 - DHR Suspension (8 Laps)

1. 99L-Larry Wight[3] ; 2. 14b-Brett Wright[2] ; 3. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[6] ; 4. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[7] ; 7. 61-Parker Evans[1]

B-Main 1 - (15 Laps)

1. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[6] ; 2. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 3. 14b-Brett Wright[1] ; 4. 51 s-Max Stambaugh[3] ; 5. 91-Ryan Turner[2] ; 6. 13-Cory Turner[7] ; 7. 77x-Alex Hill[8] ; 8. 197-Ryan Harrison[9] ; 9. 49-Mallie Shuster[10] ; 10. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[13] ; 11. 17b-Shelby Brown[12] ; 12. 18j-RJ Jacobs[4] ; 13. 43-Terry Witherspoon[14] ; 14. 11-Jim Shuster[11]

B-Main 2 - (15 Laps)

1. 2c-Wayne Johnson[6] ; 2. 07-Johnny Bridges[2] ; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[4] ; 4. 8-Adam Pierson[1] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 6. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[5] ; 7. 4-Danny Smith[10] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[9] ; 9. 82-Garrett Green[3] ; 10. 22L-Connor Leoffler[15] ; 11. 15-Dan Nanticok[12] ; 12. 61-Parker Evans[14] ; 13. 51-Bobby Tersillo[13] ; 14. 28-Jeff Willingham[11] ; 15. 20-Brandon Grubaugh[7]

FireAde A-Main results - (25 Laps)

1. 28f-Dave Franek[4] ;

2. 14-Tony Stewart[5] ;

3. 15h-Sam Hafertepe[1] ;

4. 99L-Larry Wight[3] ;

5. 2c-Wayne Johnson[16] ; Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger

6. 5-Justin Barger[8] ;

7. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[9] ;

8. 23-Seth Bergman[20] ;

9. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[15] ;

10. 24-Danny Martin Jr[10] ;

11. 4-Danny Smith[24] ;

12. m1-Mark Smith[6] ;

13. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[17] ;

14. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[7] ;

15. 116-Nick Snyder[2] ;

16. 8-Adam Pierson[22] ;

17. 10-Terry Gray[23] ;

18. 14b-Brett Wright[19] ;

19. 92-Matt Kurtz[13] ;

20. 07-Johnny Bridges[18] ;

21. 22-Shawn Murray[12] ;

22. 21-Carson Short[11] ;

23. 51 s-Max Stambaugh[21] ;

24. 3-Todd Gracey[14]

Did Not Start

91-Ryan Turner

22G-Johnny Gilbertson

13-Cory Turner

38-Tony Agin

77x-Alex Hill

82-Garrett Green

197-Ryan Harrison

22L-Connor Leoffler

49-Mallie Shuster

15-Dan Nanticoke

99-Tanner Witherspoon

61-Parker Evans

17b-Shelby Brown

51-Bobby Tersillo

18j-RJ Jacobs

28-Jeff Willingham

43-Terry Witherspoon

20-Brandon Grubaugh

11-Jim Shuster

b4- Bronzie Lawson IV

 

 

 

USCS Winter Heat Series Rounds Three and Four for USCS sprint cars at Bubba Raceway Park this Friday and Saturday (Feb.8 & 9)

Atlanta, GA – February 7, 2019 – In just ONE more day the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars restart their 23rd season at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday and Saturday, February 8th and 9th with Rounds #3 and #4 of the 2019 USCS “Winter Heat” presented by FireAde ten-race mini-series. $5000 is up for grabs over the weekend for a driver who can clean house by winning the main event each night. The first night’s main event on Friday night will pay $2000 to the winner with $2500 to the driver who parks it in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane on Saturday night. A $500 BONUS has been posted to any driver who can win both Friday and Saturday night’s United Sprint Car Series main events. The USA National Midget series co-headlines the two-night weekend of racing action at the challenging semi-banked 3/8-mile clay tri-oval with two full nights of action for the National midget racing stars.

Midwest racing legend and Sprint Car Hall of Famer, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio won the USCS Winter Heat presented by Fireade Round #1 at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida on Friday, January 25th. Round #2 at the same track was rained out on the following night.

The Bubba Raceway Park event is expected to draw many of the top winged 360 sprint car drivers from across North America from at least ten states and Canada seeking warmer climates for the earliest possible winged 360 sprint car racing of the 2018 season. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Winter Heat events offer over a month of racing opportunities for 360 cubic inch winged sprint car teams in the South including three more weekends for the ten-race USCS Winter Heat Series. The Bubba Raceway Park events will also be race #2 and #3 on the 60+ event 23rd season National points schedule for the USCS series.

The United Sprint Car Series will invade Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on February 22nd and 23rd during Southern Raceway’s annual Winter Nationals The following weekend the mini-series competes at two tracks in Mississippi on Friday, March 1st at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS and on Saturday, March 2nd at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS. The ten-race mini-series wraps up with its first ever event in the State of Louisiana on Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th with the USCS Bayou Sprint Car Nationals at Chatham Speedway in Chatham, LA.

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400. For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone number is 770-865-6097.

 

 

Terry Gray set for return to action in 12th USCS title pursuit during USCS Winter Heat Rounds 3 and 4 at Bubba Raceway Park Friday and Saturday, February 8th and 9th

Atlanta, GA - Feb. 2, 2019 – 11-time United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee is also one of the top entries set to compete in the USCS Wonter Heat Series presented by FireAde Rounds #3 & #4 at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida next weekend on Friday and Saturday, February 8th and 9th. The veteran racer is also committed once again to running the entire USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 2019 schedule in pursuit of his unprecedented 12th USCS series National title.

Gray, who will be piloting is own familiar blck #10 sprint car at BRP next week was ranked sixth in North America by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame pollsters in the 2018 360 winged sprint car Driver of the Year poll finished in sixth place in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour season opener on January 25th at Hendry County Motorsports Park. Gray hopes to improve during the two-day event at Bubba Raceway Park next weekend.

Gray who has 91 series stops in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane also owns the #10m car driven by his team-mate and two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee.

For more info please visit BubbaRacewayPark.com For USCS Info and rules please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

Danny Smith set for return to USCS Winter Heat competition at Bubba Raceway Park Fri/Sat 2/8 & 2/9

Atlanta, GA - Feb. 1, 2019 - 2019 United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour season opener and USCS Winter Heat Round #1 winner. Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio is one of the top entries set to compete in the USCS Winter Heat Series presented by FireAde Rounds #3 & #4 at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida next weekend on Friday and Saturday, February 8th and 9th. The Midwest racing legend captured his first win of the 2019 season over a talent-laden field from 9 states. The win continued a phenomenal streak of 45 seasons in-a-row that Smith, a 2015 National Hall of Fame inductee has won at least one main event in a sprint car.

Smith also collected his first win of the season in 2017 and 2018 with the United Sprint Car Series.

His win came over a field of past USCS Sprint Car National Champions and Florida state Champions. Additionally the field included five of the top twenty ranked 360 sprint car drivers in the Nation and 3-time NASCAR Cup series Champion, Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana.

For more info please visit BubbaRacewayPark.com For USCS Info and rules please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars RESULTS Engler Machine and Tool at Hendry County Motorsports Park for the USCS Snow Free Sprint Car Winter Nationals and USCS Winter Heat Series presente by FireAde Round #1 on Friday, January 25, 2019.

Veteran sprint car racer and Hall of Famer danny Smith won the 25-lap USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour season opener over a stellar field of winged sprint car racers on Friday night at Hendry County Motorsports Park.

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 3G-Garrett Green[2] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 3. 75-Tyler Blank[4] ; 4. 51-Bobby Tersillo[1] ; 5. 83-Bob Auld[3] ; 6. 24-Danny Martin Jr[5]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 28f-Dave Franek[3] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 4. 00-Harley Zimmerman[1] ; 5. 22-Connor Leoffler[2] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[7] ; 7. 29d-Danny Oliver[6]

Butlerbuilt Heat 3 - (8 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[2] ; 3. 29-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 4. 5-Justin Barger[5] ; 5. 07-Johnny Bridges[6] ; 6. 52-Shane Kreidler[3]

FireAde 2000 A-Main - (25 Laps) 1. 4-Danny Smith[1] ; 2. 28f-Dave Franek[2] ; 3. 14-Tony Stewart[6] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 5. 29-Jordon Mallett[9] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 7. 75-Tyler Blank[7] ; 8. 5-Justin Barger[10] ; 9. 24-Danny Martin Jr[16] ; 10. 07-Johnny Bridges[11] ; 11. 52-Shane Kreidler[17] ; 12. 51-Bobby Tersillo[12] ; 13. 22-Connor Leoffler[15] ; 14. 38-Tony Agin[14] ; 15. 29d-Danny Oliver[18] ; 16. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 17. 00-Harley Zimmerman[13] ; 18. 3G-Garrett Green[4]

Round #2 is on Saturday night at 7pm.

 

 

USCS congratulates three USCS drivers on their National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 2018 “Driver the Year” top twenty rankings.

Atlanta, GA - January 18, 2019 - The United Sprint Car Series would like to congratulate three of its drivers on receiving recognition as drivers ranked in the top twenty of all North American 360 sprint car drivers receiving votes in the 2018 National Sprint Car all of Fame “360 Sprint Car Driver of the Year” poll. Those USCS drivers included in the top twenty rankings out of approximately three thousand 360 sprint car drivers considered in North America are 25-year-old 2017 and 2018 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who ranked in fifth place in the 2018 season poll.  Also receiving a high ranking among USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers was eleven-time USCS series National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee, who finished in the runner-up spot behind Mallett in the 2018 standings. Two-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion (2015 and 2016), Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee also placed in the top twenty rankings in nineteenth place. Turpen finished in third place in the USCS National standing at the end of the 2018 season.

USCS Founder and President, Pete Walton said “We are very proud of these three accomplished drivers and thankful the support each of them has given our racing series over the last decade and beyond. Both Jordon Mallett and Morgan Turpen have been past USCS Rookie of the Year drivers and it has exciting to watch them grow in stature as drivers individually and to gain the recognition they have Nationally. Additionally, I don’t think enough can be said about the tremendous contribution Terry Gray has made to our series not only as a driver, but, as a car owner and mentor to other drivers. I am proud of each of them and proud to be not only their promoter but have know them as people.” Concluded Walton.

These drivers don’t have much time to rest on their laurels as the United Sprint Car Series hosts its 2018 and 22nd season banquet on this Saturday before kicking off the 2019 season with its earliest start ever on Friday and Saturday, January 25th and 25th at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida with Rounds #1 and #2 of the 2nd annual USCS Winter Heat Series presented by FireAde. The two-night event has the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars headlining the inaugural USCS Snow free Sprint Car Winter Nationals at the farthest South dirt oval in the United States.

For more info on the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the USCS office at 770-865-6097. For info about the season opener and the venue, Hendry County Motorsports Park, please visit www.hendryracing.com

 

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters set to kick off sprint car racing’s first USA 2019 event in less than three weeks at Hendry County Motor Sports Park For immediate release: USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters set to kick off sprint car racing’s first USA 2019 event in less than three weeks at Hendry County Motor Sports Park

Atlanta, GA – January 6, 2019 – “It ain’t long now, just 19 days”, says USCS Founder, President and Promoter, Pete Walton until the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters fires into action and kicks off the 2019 National sprint car season with the earliest scheduled sprint car tour of events in the USA with the Rounds #1 and 2 of the 10-race USCS Winter Heat Series presented by FireAde 2000 on Friday and Saturday, January, 25th and 26th at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida. The first two of the mini-series of events marks the earliest ever start for the 23rd anniversary USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour for winged sprint cars, which one of North America’s major National series. These events are at the farthest South venue dirt racing in the United States.

Drivers from as far away as Canada and Washington state are expected for the inaugural USCS “Snow Free” Winter Nationals at the recently remodeled Hendry County ¼ mile racing facility where temperatures are expected to be in the 70 to 80 degree range in the day time with evenings a mild 60s to a low of the high 50 degrees for the two-nights of action in pleasant and mild South Florida.

Friday’s preliminary main event will pay $1500 to the winner with the last place starter receiving $250. Saturday night’s finale of the USCS “Snow Free” Winter Nationals presented by Fireade 2000 will pocket $3000 for being the first to cross under the checkers and park in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane to collect the Championship trophy.

For more info on the venue please visit www.hendryracing.com For USCS Sprint Car and USCS 600 Sprint Car Series info please visit www.uscsracing.com for the rules and schedule of events. For questions you can’t find answered please call USCS at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Founder and Promoter Pete Walton nominated for 2018 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 “Promoter of the Year” Award

December 22, 2018 - Atlanta, GA. – Pete Walton, the founder and president of the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters, has been nominated by a board of his peers for the 2018 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Promoter of the Year Award. During the 2018 season Walton guided the Fayetteville, Georgia-based 360 cubic inch winged sprint car series through its 22nd anniversary season of competition after founding the United Sprint Car Series in 1997. Walton again saw the USCS reach several milestones of its own in 2018 including sanctioning its 700th event.

With 62 events on its largest ever USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National schedule in 2018, the traveling series completed 44 of those events even though losing 18 events to rainouts. The series passed the 700-event benchmark during the 2018 season as the aggressive 2018 and 22nd season schedule saw the USCS post its 717th event into the record books. The series 1997 and inaugural season saw it complete just 11 0f 13 scheduled events. Since that time, under Walton’s full-time guidance the series has enjoyed outstanding growth.

As a former sprint car racer for sixteen years, Pete Walton (originally from Memphis, Tennessee) made many long trips from his home near Atlanta, Georgia to the Midwest during the late 1980’s and 90’s to compete in the sport he loved. . Walton founded the United Sprint Car Series to bring sprint car racing closer to his home. He competed in the series on a regular basis until 2001. At that time, he hung up his helmet and has since seen the series he created have tremendous growth from 20-22 events per season to over 60 events scheduled each year. The 2018 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters announced during the PRI Show in Indianapolis, Indiana has over sixty dates at racing facilities throughout nine Southern states in the United States of America.

“It is quite an honor to be recognized as a nominee for the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Promoter of the Year Award,” Walton said upon learning of his 2018 nomination. “To be a part of the many people who work hard to keep sprint car racing in the fore-front and provide a place for competitors to compete in this exciting form of motorsports has always been a pleasure and a privilege to me. I and my Family have made so many wonderful friends from the experiences we have had in over 20 years of being involved.’ Any honor I receive is only a reflection on the many good people who have dedicated their time and talents over the years to help build the USCS into what it has become”, concluded Walton.

“Open wheel racing in the Southeastern region of the country has been rare, and in the past has taken a back seat to stock car and late model racing, I’m proud that our two plus decades of work with the USCS have produced a product that draws some of the top crowds of the season at many of the venues where we promote and sanction events. And as far as our USCS sprint car drivers, I would put them up against any 360 teams in the country on the race track. We always invite te rest of them to just bring it on!”

The 360 Promoter of the Year Award is voted on annually by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame pollsters and honors the individual(s) representing a speedway, sanctioning body or racing series that has most impacted winged 360 cubic inch sprint car racing through their promotional efforts.

The USCS is gearing up for another banner season of competition in 2019 (Its 23rd season) with a 60+ race schedule, that kicks off during Florida’s Speedweeks with a 10-race Winter Heat mini-series opener at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida on Friday and Saturday, January 25th and 26th of 2019. For more series information and rules, visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS race team Terry Gray Racing nominated for National Sprint Car Hall of Fame “360 Sprint Car Team of the Year” award

Atlanta, Georgia - December 21, 2019 – The two-car United Sprint Car Series race team of Terry Gray Racing consisting of eleven-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee and two-time USCS National Sprint Car Champion, Morgan Turpen of Cordova, Tennessee, have been nominated for the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car Team of the Year award, after completing another successful season during 2018. Gray finished the 2018 season in second place in the National standings behind two-time and 2018 USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Gray’s team-mate, Morgan Turpen who won her two series titles during the 2015 and 2016 seasons, finished in third place in the National standings. The two drivers visited the www.RockAuto.com USCS victory Lane five times in 2018 during one of the series most competitive seasons ever.

Morgan Turpen who finished in the top five of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame driver of the Year poll after the 2017 season when she scored nine wins, had three victories during the 2018 season. Veteran sprint car driver and car owner Terry Gray won two USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour main events. In addition to Gray’s two wins, the veteran also had 20 top five finishes and 37 top ten finishes. His team-mate, Morgan Turpen had an even better score sheet with 27 top five finishes to go with 33 top ten finishes.

The United Sprint Car Series kicks off its 23rd annual USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters and its 2md annual USCS Winter Heat 10-race mini-series on Friday and Saturday, January 25th and 26th at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida. For rules, schedules and USCS info please visit, www.uscsracing For any questions you need to have answered please call the USCS Office at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Safety REQUIRED and Suggested changes for 2019 version 1.0

Atlanta, Georgia - December 15, 2019 - After much deliberation the United Sprint Car Series has made the following changes in its safety equipment suggestions and requirements for the 2019 season and beyond. We have looked at the evolving changes in roll cage technology put forth initially by the World of Outlaws sprint car series and made the following decisions regards to the upcoming 2019 racing season and beyond.

Roll cages Updated Rules for 2019: : Although after much review we feel as though the proposed roll cage changes for the sprint car industry are an idea in the right direction, there are many existing chassis and spare chassis that will be eliminated from competition in early 2019 because of the late timing of this requirement by some sanctioning bodies. For this reason, we suggest that you should make these changes as soon as possibly and prior to the 2020 racing season when such additional bars will be required to make your car(s) legal for competition at USCS sanctioned events. If possible, have the original chassis manufacturer do these updates to your own chassis. If that is too inconvenient seek out a qualified sprint car chassis repair service.

Steering Hardware Updated Rules for 2019: Steel Heim ends will be required on all United Sprint Car Series competitor’s cars from the first race of the 2019 season on the tie rod and drag link assemblies are suggested as well. Chromoly Steel Heim Ends are suggested for the rear torsion bar arm assemblies in their connection to the birdcage assembly. Additionally a tether strap of 1 inches in width (available from the USCS at USCS sanctioned events or from Butlerbuilt Safety Equipment (www.butlerbuilt .net or phone 1-800-621-SEAT (7328)

Top Wings: No cast components will be allowed on the wing tree and/or the wing tree post assembly starting with the 1st race of the 2019 season.

All of the rule changes and suggestions will be added to the www.uscsracing website under sprint car rules the week of 12/16/18. For any questions you need to have answered please call the USCS Office at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Sprints ready for a busy and exciting 2019 with 60 National events and thre region schedules in 9 states

Atlanta, GA – December 17, 2018 - After a successful 2018 season the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters is busy putting the final touches on another 60 race 2019 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National schedule and three regional series schedules. The USCS handed out a 95% complete schedule of events on its National schedule at the recent PRI Show and has since filled in the remaining holes and additions to it. The first race is at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Florida on January, 25th and 26th to kick off the 2019 season and the 10-race USCS Winter Heat Series.

USCS Winter Heat then visits Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on during the Bubba Army Winter Nationals on Friday and Saturday February 8th and 9th before moving West in the Sunshine State to Milton, Florida at Southern Raceway on Friday and Saturday, February 22nd and 23rd for the 2nd Annual USCS Battle at Beach Speed Spectacular.

The USCS Winter Heat competitors then leave Florida for two nights of speed contests in Mississippi at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi as headliners of the Hub City 125 on March 1st. On the following night, Saturday March 2nd they headline the 11th annual USCS Frostbuster 150 at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi. The USCS Winter Heat 10-race mini-series wraps up at Chatham Speedway in Chatham. Louisiana with the Bayou State Sprint Car Nationals on Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th.

Eight of the USCS Winter Heat events will be covered by Speed Shift TV for those unable to be in the area of a particular event they may be able to tune in pay-per-view by going to www.speedshifttv.com. Further details on this are forthcoming. For more info about these upcoming events and for USCS rules and info please visit the USCS webpage at www.uscsracing.com For a quick look at the National and regional series schedules as of 12/15/18 go to the Uscs Racing Facebook page, For any other questions please call the USCS Office at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Champion’s Awards Banquet and Luncheoon set at V.F.W. Post 105 in Fayetteville, GA on Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 12pm (NOON)

Atlanta, GA – December 4, 2018 - The 2018 season USCS Champion’s Awards Banquet and Lucheon is set for Saturday, January 19, 2019 at the historic V.F.W. Post 105 log cabin in Fayetteville, Georgia on Saturday, January 19, 2019. The banquet starts at 12pm (Noon). The 2018 celebration will honor 2018 and two-time United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Champion Jrdon mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas and the top ten drivers in each USCS regional sprint car series. The USCS Awards Banquet double-header also honors three-time www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint Champion, Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi who captured his third title in the series during the 2018 season…plus the 2018 Championship Awards to top ten drivers in each USCS 600 Sprint Car Series regional division as well.

The V.F.W. Post 105 is located at 180 Glynn Street South, Fayetteville, Georgia 30214. For those who attened the 2017 USCS banquet it in the same location. For more info contact the USCS office at 770-865-6097….Please R.S.V.P. If you plan to attend.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour “Winter Heat” Series presented by FireAde expands to 10 races for 2019 starting January 25th.

Atlanta, GA – December 1, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars are set to kick off their 2019 and 23rdi racing season with the 2nd annual USCS Winter Heat Series that consists of ten races at six different venues in three Southern states from Friday, January 25th through Saturday, March 9th. The mini-series wil include stops at four tracks that return from the 2018 inaugural Winter Heat Series schedule of six races. This season the USCS Winter Heat schedule expands on each end with two new venues for the USCS.

The USCS 2019 sprint car season opener and the USCS Winter Heat Rounds #1 and #2 take the green at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston Florida for two full nights of winged sprint action at the farthest South venue the series has ever stopped at on Friday and Saturday, January 25th and 26th. After a weekend off, the cars and stars of the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters fire back into action at the friendly confines of Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida with two big nights of action on Friday and Saturday, February 8th and 9th in Winter Heat Rounds #3 and #4. The USCS sprint cars join the USAC National Midgets as co-headliners of the second weekend of the Bubba Army Winter Nationals.

The USCS Winter Heat driver/team contingent then moves farther North and West into the Florida Panhandle to Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on Friday and Saturday, February 22nd and 23rd for Rounds #5 and #6 of the 2019 USCS Winter Heat 10-race mini-series. The USCS winged sprint cars headline the two-night weekend of racing action entitled the 2nd Annual USCS “Battle at the Beach” at the high-banked one-third mile clay oval track. The events will also be race #5 and #6 on the 60-event 23rd season schedule for the series.

On the following weekend racers and fans alike can follow the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters North and West again into the state of Mississippi to two of the series favorite venues. On Friday, March 1st the series competes in the USCS Winter Heat Series Round #7 at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi as headliners of the 2nd annual Hub City 100 event. On the second night in the state of Mississippi, the series invades the 3/8-mile Magnolia Motor Speedway for the 11th Annual Frostbuster 150 season-opener to compete on te Black Ice surface of “The Mag”.

The final weekend of the 2019 USCS Winter Heat Series presented by FireAde sends the United Sprint Car Series to the 1/3 mile oval at Chatham Speedway in Chatham, Louisiana for Winter Heat Rounds #9 and #10 on the final two nights of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour 10-race Winter Heat mini-series featuring a full racing program of winged sprint car racing action on Friday and Saturday, March 8th and 9th.

The 2nd Annual USCS Winter Heat Series events are expected to draw some of the top 360 winged-sprint car drivers from across the Nation from at least ten states and Canada seeking warmer climates for the earliest winged 360 sprint car racing of the 2019 season. The USCS Winter Heat Series presented by FireAde events offers a full month of racing opportunities for 360 cubic inch winged sprint car teams.

The United Sprint Car Series Winter Heat portion of the 10 events will give drivers an opportunity to pick up their share of the over $120,000 in posted cash prize winnings plus contingency awards during the mini-series schedule. Each event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements over $4,000 in cash plus contingencies including a win in Friday night’s preliminary USCS sprint car main event and by also arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane after Saturday night’s Championship final at each track as well.

Fans attending the USCS Winter Heat Series events will be treated to a full program of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour preented by K&N Filters winged sprint car racing each night plus support divisions for an action-packed evening. Please stay tuned for the full details for the 10 events over the next couple of weeks. For USCS Sprint Car rules and schedule information, please, visit the USCS series Official website located at www.uscsracing.com You may also find current info at the USCS Racing Facebook page. Please also please like our page if you haven’t already. The USCS phone number is 770-865-6097.

 

 

Jordon Mallett claims his 2nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters sprint car National Championship in 2018

Atlanta, GA – November 12, 2018 – Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas will wear the crown as the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion during the series’ 22nd and 2018 racing season. The young sprint car driver made nine visits to the www.rockauto.com USCS victory lane as the series feature winner.

Mallett had 29 top-five finishes and a total of 42 top-ten finishes while he used a record of perfect attendance during the forty-five events to accumulate the most Championship points. He emerged as the Champion of the series National Tour by besting 2018 National Championship runner-up and 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee in a repeat of the 2017 season title chase after the two drivers battled all season from February 9th until November 10th for the 22nd USCS National Championship crown.

Mallett clinched the title this past weekend during the USCS the North vs. South Sunshine State Sprint Car Shootout at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida where he finished 14th in the 25-lap Friday night preliminary main event after having an engine failure in the main event. That was his only DNF of the season. Mallett’s team then changed engines and rallied back in Saturday night’s Season Finale for a runner-up spot in the Finale.

Mallett, is only one of four drivers to ever wear the USCS National crown for two season or more. The 25-year old Arkansan will collect top honors in all three of the USCS regional series sprint car divisions including the USCS Deep South, USCS Mid-South and the USCS Southern Thunder regional series as well. His Championship in the USCS Mid-South regional series was accomplished on the final night of the Mid-South regional series at Riverside Speedway as he eclipsed two-time (201 and 2016) National Champion Morgan Turpen’s lead in the division to capture that title by a scant one point.

USCS Founder and President, Pete Walton said ‘We are very proud to announce Jordon Mallett as our 2018 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Champion. Jordon and his team including his wife Madison and his parents Steve and Jonie Mallett have worked hard and are very professional in their approach to their goals and have been very successful as a team this season. Jordon has the work ethic that always creates Champions and he is an example of what hard work and dedication can accomplish. He and his team of Family members are a welcome example to the people thy meet and always represent our series in a way that always makes us proud, Congratulations Jordon!

The complete season schedule and winners for the 2018 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and related regional series can be found at www.uscsracing.com For rules and other info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters # Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday, November 10, 2018 results:
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USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. m 1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 14 c-Tyler Clem[3] ; 3. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 4. 24 d-Danny Sams III[2] ; 5. 22-Shawn Murray[4] ; 6. 83 r-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 7. 83 a-Bob Auld[7] ; 8. 43 t-Tanner Witherspoon[8]

Heat 2 - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)
1. 44-Trey Starks[1] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 3. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[5] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[6] ; 6. 28 m-Conner Morrell[7] ; 7. 36-Tim Perry[2]

Heat 3 - FireAde (8 Laps)
1. 3 a-AJ Maddox[1] ; 2. 5 b-Justin Barger[4] ; 3. 3-Todd Gracey[2] ; 4. 43-Terry Witherspoon[3] ; 5. 18 j-RJ Jacobs[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[7] ; 7. 38-Tony Agin[5]

Heat 4 - ButlerBuilt Seats (8 Laps)
1. 5 c-Hayden Campbell[3] ; 2. 24 jr-Danny Martin Jr[6] ; 3. 14 t-Tony Stewart[5] ; 4. 6 s-Robbie Smith[2] ; 5. 34-Darren Orth[1] ; 6. 82-Garrett Green[4]

Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps)
1. 24 jr-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 3 a-AJ Maddox[1] ; 3. m 1-Mark Smith[3] ; 4. 14 t-Tony Stewart[4] ; 5. 24 d-Danny Sams III[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6]

B-Main 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 116-Nick Snyder[1] ; 2. 24 d-Danny Sams III[2] ; 3. 22-Shawn Murray[3] ; 4. 83 r-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[4] ; 6. 43 t-Tanner Witherspoon[7] ; 7. 83 a-Bob Auld[6]

B-Main 2 - (8 Laps)
1. 6 s-Robbie Smith[2] ; 2. 18 j-RJ Jacobs[1] ; 3. 28 m-Conner Morrell[3] ; 4. 82-Garrett Green[5] ; 5. 34-Darren Orth[4] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 7. 33-Joe Larkin[8] ; 8. 36-Tim Perry[7]

USCS Season 22 Finale - FireAde main event (25 Laps)
1. 5 b-Justin Barger[2] ; 2. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 3. m 1-Mark Smith[6] ; 4. 14 c-Tyler Clem[9] ; 5. 24 jr-Danny Martin Jr[4] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[10] ; 7. 16 B-Ricky Peterson[11] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[13] ; 9. 3 a-AJ Maddox[8] ; 10. 43-Terry Witherspoon[14] ; 11. 3-Todd Gracey[12] ; 12. 14 t-Tony Stewart[5] ; 13. 44-Trey Starks[7] ; 14. 82-Garrett Green[22] ; 15. 24 d-Danny Sams III[17] ; 16. 38-Tony Agin[24] ; 17. 33-Joe Larkin[25] ; 18. 28 m-Conner Morrell[20] ; 19. 22-Shawn Murray[19] ; 20. 18 j-RJ Jacobs[18] ; 21. 116-Nick Snyder[15] ; 22. 83 r-Mark Ruel Jr[21] ; 23. 28-Jeff Willingham[23] ; 24. 6 s-Robbie Smith[16] ; 25. 5 c-Hayden Campbell[3]

DNS
83 Bob Auld
36 Tim Perry
43T Tanner Witherspoon
34 Darren Orth

 

 

United Sprint Car Series Friday, 11-09-2018 @ Bubba Raceway Park
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USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters WingedvSprint Cars

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. 83 Ruel-Mark Ruel Jr[1] ; 2. 28 m-Conner Morrell[4] ; 3. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[3] ; 4. 3a-AJ Maddox[6] ; 5. 36-Tim Perry[5] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[2] ; 7. 16B-Max Stambaugh[7] ; 8. 66-Chase Dunham[8]

Heat 2 - BMRS (8 Laps)
1. 5 Campbell-Hayden Campbell[1] ; 2. 22-Shawn Murray[3] ; 3. 82-Garrett Green[2] ; 4. 24d-Danny Sams III[6] ; 5. 18j-RJ Jacobs[7] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 7. 44-Trey Starks[5] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[4]

Heat 3 - FireAde (8 Laps)
1. 14 blue-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 14-Tony Stewart[6] ; 3. 14c-Tyler Clem[3] ; 4. 5 Barger-Justin Barger[5] ; 5. 34-Darren Orth[2] ; 6. 83-Bob Auld[7] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[8] ; 8. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[4]

Heat 4 - ButlerBuilt Seats (8 Laps)
1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 4. 3-Todd Gracey[7] ; 5. 6s-Robbie Smith[5] ; 6. 116-Nick Snyder[6] ; 7. 43-Terry Witherspoon[4]

DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (6 Laps)
1. 14 blue-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 14c-Tyler Clem[2] ; 3. 3a-AJ Maddox[3] ; 4. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[4] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[5]

B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)
1. 4-Danny Smith[1] ; 2. 44-Trey Starks[7] ; 3. 18j-RJ Jacobs[2] ; 4. 116-Nick Snyder[5] ; 5. 36-Tim Perry[3] ; 6. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[9] ; 7. 83-Bob Auld[4] ; 8. 33-Joe Larkin[6] ; 9. 66-Chase Dunham[8]

B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)
1. 5 Barger-Justin Barger[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 6s-Robbie Smith[3] ; 4. 43-Terry Witherspoon[7] ; 5. 34-Darren Orth[4] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[5] ; 7. 16B-Max Stambaugh[6] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[8]

FireAde A-Main - (25 Laps)
1. 14-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[8] ; 3. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[6] ; 4. 3a-AJ Maddox[10] ; 5. 14c-Tyler Clem[13] ; 6. 24d-Danny Sams III[11] ; 7. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[12] ; 8. 28 m-Conner Morrell[2] ; 9. 5 Barger-Justin Barger[16] ; 10. 116-Nick Snyder[21] ; 11. 43-Terry Witherspoon[22] ; 12. 22-Shawn Murray[7] ; 13. 18j-RJ Jacobs[19] ; 14. 5 Campbell-Hayden Campbell[4] ; 15. 14 blue-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 16. 6s-Robbie Smith[20] ; 17. 4-Danny Smith[15] ; 18. 3-Todd Gracey[9] ; 19. 82-Garrett Green[14] ; 20. 83 Ruel-Mark Ruel Jr[3] ; 21. 28-Jeff Willingham[23] ; 22. 10-Terry Gray[18] ; 23. 44-Trey Starks[17]

DNS
36 Tim Perry
34 Darren Orth
43T Tanner Witherspoon
83 Bob Auld
16B Ricky Peterson
33 Joe Larkin
38 Tony Agin
66 Chase Dunham

RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints -

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. 66-Robby Hoffman[2] ; 2. 77-Robbie Smith[4] ; 3. 3-Trynt Lloyd[3] ; 4. 17 j-John Craddock[6] ; 5. 33H-Mike Hall[5] ; 6. 67-David Hall[7] ; 7. 17 black-Austin Craddock[8] ; 8. 14-Scott Barberis[10] ; 9. 33d-Don T Quinn[9] ; 10. 68-Dirk Miller[1]

Heat 2 - BMRS(8 Laps)
1. 86-Russell Heider[3] ; 2. 6-Dustin Cates[5] ; 3. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[4] ; 4. 17-Alex Lyles[7] ; 5. 19-Jim Kradel[6] ; 6. 33-Don R Quinn[8] ; 7. 84-Ronnie Whitley[1] ; 8. 9-Brad Sutton[2]

DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (5 Laps)
1. 19-Jim Kradel[2] ; 2. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[4] ; 3. 33-Don R Quinn[1] ; 4. 3-Trynt Lloyd[5] ; 5. 33H-Mike Hall[3]

A-Main - RockAuto.com (20 Laps)
1. 66-Robby Hoffman[2] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[8] ; 3. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[6] ; 4. 17 j-John Craddock[7] ; 5. 6-Dustin Cates[3] ; 6. 17-Alex Lyles[5] ; 7. 17 black-Austin Craddock[13] ; 8. 19-Jim Kradel[9] ; 9. 67-David Hall[12] ; 10. 68-Dirk Miller[18] ; 11. 33H-Mike Hall[11] ; 12. 14-Scott Barberis[14] ; 13. 33-Don R Quinn[10] ; 14. 9-Brad Sutton[17] ; 15. 86-Russell Heider[4] ; 16. 84-Ronnie Whitley[15] ; 17. 77-Robbie Smith[1] ; 18. 33d-Don T Quinn[16] DNS 30- John Crowder

 

 

USCS Sunshine State Sprint Car Shootout to air on Speed Shift TV from Bubba Raceway Park this Friday and Saturday (11/9 & 10)

Ocala, FL – November 6, 2018 – Speed Shift TV will broadcast the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters USCS North vs. South Sunshine State Shootout presented by FireAde winged sprint car event from Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida this coming weekend. The popular pay-per-view platform will telecast both nights of the 2nd annual event over the internet for those who can’t attend the event at the three-eight-mile clay oval for the USCS series Season Finale on Friday and Saturday, November 9th and 10th. To view either or both nights of the high-speed racing action please visit www.speedshifttv.com for broadcast times, pricing and instructions.

The inaugural event in November of 2017 drew 37 entries from 11 states and Canada in one of the series most competitive USCS events of the 2017 season. Washington state driver Trey Starks won the Friday preliminary night main event and Pennsylvania’s Mark Smith captured the Championship final. Mark Smith also collected wins both nights in the USCS Winter Heat Series season-opener at Bubba Raceway Park. He is three-in-a-row at BRP.

USCS sprint car driver entries this weekend will include both of those drivers plus 3-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion driver and all-around race car great Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana plus a host of talent and past USCS Champions and Bubba Raceway Park USCS feature winners. Those include 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee and defending USCS National Champion and current National points leader, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Also entered is home-track hero, 16-yearold Tyler Clem from St. Petersburg, Florida who has three wins this season in USCS competition. Danny Martin, Jr. will also be a force to be reckoned with as he is a two-time Champion of the Florida State Championship Race and just one the 2018 version of that event on September 22, 2018. Also entered is National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee and Midwest racing legend, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio.

On Friday night’s racing card are the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars plus the Florida Mini Sprint Action Series and USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints in the final race of the 2018 USCS /FMSA Challenge Tour. The BRP Street Stocks and Thunder Stock divisions will also join the action-packed night of action as do the Florida Mod-Lites. All five of those divisions will contest a complete racing program on Friday night including preliminary qualifying heat races and main events in each division. On Friday night the action-packed racing card also includes the Street Stocks PLUS… the Florida Mini Sprint Action series and the www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints in their final Challenge event held at BRP this season.

On Saturday night, the USCS sprint cars return to contest another full racing format including their Championship A-Main. They are joined on another action-packed racing card that includes the Thunder Stocks, the Florida T.Q. Late Models, the ¾ Modified division and the Florida Mod-Lites return for night two of their weekend’s racing action.

Bubba Raceway park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482. The track website is www.bubbaracewaypark.com Their phone number is 352-622-9400. The USCS website is http:www.uscsracing.com The Speed Shift TV website is www.speedshifttv.com

 

 

Tony Stewart to compete in USCS Sunshine State Sprint Car Shootout at Bubba Raceway Park this Friday and Saturday, Nov. 9th & 10th

Nov. 5th, 2018 - Atlanta, GA - Versatile 3-time Nascar Cup Series Champion, Tony Stewart from Brownsburg, Indiana who has driven and won in almost every oval track type race car imaginable, brings his #14 winged sprint car back to Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida this coming weekend to compete in the USCS North vs. South SUNSHINE STATE Sprint Car Shootout presented by FireAde 2000 on Friday and Saturday, November 9th and 10th.

Stewart won the most recent t USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on October 20th. He has three wins in prior USCS competition, included is one of those at Bubba Raceway Park.

His work won't be easy though since all the other previous winners of the series' 11 visits since the series made its first visit in Fall of 2015 are entered as well as a strong contingent of sprint car drivers from 8 to 10 states are expected.

For sprint car fans, the www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints and the Florida Mini Sprint Ac tion Series square of in a Challenge event of the two Southeastern based winged mini sprint series on Friday night at BRP as well.

For more event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com For USCS rules, etc. Visit www.uscsracing.com

Here is a link to what Tony has to say about this weekend's upcoming visit, just click to view. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1549139671784934&id=187008831331365

 

 

USCS and Bubba Raceway Park to host Racer Swap Meet on Saturday, November 10th
Ocala, FL – November 3, 2018 – Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida, the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters and the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint car Series for winged mini sprints will host a Racer Swap Meet on Saturday, November 10th, 2018 from 8am until 2pm during the second day of the USCS North vs. South Sunshine State Sprint Car Shootout speed spectacular. Admission and Setup are Free to the Racer Swap Meet portion of the day from 8am until 2pm. Race teams competing in any of the divisions during the event. Anyone else who has racing related parts or cars of any type or division for sale that wants to set up and especially those looking for race parts are encouraged to attend. Additionally, anyone who wants to just drop by and see the race teams working on their cars prior to the weekend finale event at 7pm on Saturday night is also welcome.

On the racing card both days are the United Sprint Car Series winged sprint cars and Thunder Stocks each night. Both of those divisions will contest a complete program on Friday and Saturday night including preliminary qualifying heat races and main events. On Friday night the action-packed racing card also includes the Street Stocks PLUS… the Florida Mini Sprint Action series and the www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints in their final Challenge event held at BRP this season. On Saturday night The USCS sprint cars and the BRP Thunder stocks return to contest another full racing format including their Championship A-Mains. They are joined on another action-packed racing card that includes the Florida T.Q. Late Models and the ¾ Modified division, plus, there will be a Kids Ride Along session during intermission on Saturday night.

Bubba Raceway park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Road, Ocala, Florida 34482. The track website is www.bubbaracewaypark.com Their phone number is 352-622-9400. The USCS website is www.uscsracing.com For info on the Racer Swap Meet and this event please contact Pete Walton at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour set for Season Finale on November 9th and 10th at Bubba Raceway Park

Atlanta, GA – November 2, 2018 – The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tpur presented by K&N Filters is set for its Season Finale scheduled next weekend in Ocala, Florida at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday, November 9th and Saturday, November 10th. Race fans will be treated to two full nights of winged sprint car racing action as the USCS closes out its 22nd season of competition with the 2nd annual USCS North vs. South USCS Sunshine State Sprint Car Shootou. The event is expected to draw one of the strongest fields assembled during the 2018 season with past USCS Champions and past USCS Florida State Champion.

Also entered is the winner of the most recent USCS sprint car event, three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion, Tony Stewart from Brownsburg, Indiana who is a past USCS feature winner at Bubba Raceway Park as well.is entered. Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania has gone three-in-a-row at BRP including winning the final night of this event last season. He is also entered as is Sprint Car Hal of Famer Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio and Washington state young gun Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington who was the preliminary night winner of the event in 2017. the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars for the annual USCS Flip Flop twin-feature event. For more info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com

 

 

USCS Fall Nationals and Flip Flop 54 at Riverside Speedway Finals are cancelled due to Rain.

Atlanta, GA – November 1, 2018 – Due to the enormous amount of rain received yesterday at the track (Wednesday 10/31) and early today and with the high probability of rain forecasted on Sunday, November 4th (Raceday) the Day 2 portion of the 10th Annual USCS Fall Nationals Finals presented by FireAde 2000 at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas has been cancelled, “We have tried to re-schedule this event on three dates and it just has not worked out. With the USCS Season Finale scheduled next weekend in Florida at Bubba Raceway Park we would have to go deep into November and with cooler temperatures and what seems to be a very wet Fall 2018, we are forced to throw in the towel and declare Mother Nature the winner this time. We were very excited about the field of 130 cars assembled in the five featured divisions and the great racing on Friday, October 12th in the preliminary events. We would have loved to have seen the Finals ourselves. It was also one of the strongest fields assembled in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars for the annual USCS Flip Flop twin-feature event.

We would like to thank the Riverside staff and owners for working hard not only this but, every time, to host this event. Additionally we would like to most of all thank the racers in every division and the race fans who have turned out to make this an exciting headliner season finale event at Riverside Int. Speedway each Fall.

The USCS will start issuing refunds on Monday, November 5, 2018 for two-day Grandstand/General Admission ticket holders for their unused 2nd Day admission originally issued for the Saturday, October 13, 2018 Rainout. Those that purchased with a credit card in advance can call the USCS office at 770-870-8439 after 9am EST (or 8am CST) on Monday, November 5, 2018 or later for a refund. For those who purchased at the track (and hopefully retained your ticket stub for Saturday night’s event), please, call and we will instruct you on what to do.

For the racers in the four divisions that did not run a main event yet. A refund will be issued for the Entry Fees in the USCS Sprint Car, All Star Late Model, MSCA 305 Sprint Car and Mid-South Street Stock divisions. Additionally, each driver who purchased a pit pass on Friday, October 12th will be refunded the full $30 for your pit pass. Additionally, each driver will be issued a Coupon good for a pit pass admission or grandstand admission to any 2019 USCS promoted event anywhere.

Thank you for the time and effort you have all put into racing with us. Our best wishes to you for a great Holiday Season and racing off-season. Hope to see you at our 2019 events.

 

 

$60,000 USCS Fall Nationals and Flip Flop 54 Sprint Car Shootout at Riverside Speedway this Saturday (October 27th)

Atlanta, GA – October 24, 2018 – At least $8.000 is up for grabs when the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters invades the historic Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas on Saturday, October 27th for the RE-SCHEDULED 10th annual $60,000 Fall Nationals USCS and “Flip Flop 50” Sprint Car Shootout when FireAde presents the USCS 2018. The initially scheduled two-day racing event was rained out after the preliminaries were complete on Friday, October 12th. On the following day rains came at 4:30 pm and washed out the finale of the huge event with 130 race cars set to compete in the $60,000 finale.

The USCS Fall Nationals serves as it has for the past nine seasons, as the 2018 season finale for Riverside International Speedway. The unique fan favorite “Flip Flop 50” racing event that headlines the event has actually been renamed the “Flip Flop 54” for this season’s event as a tribute to Memphis native and sprint car driving great, 49-year-old Greg Hodnett who lost his life on September 20th in a sprint car racing accident in Pennsylvania.

The format for the “USCS Flip Flop 54” is a United Sprint Car Series original that is sometimes imitated, but, never duplicated. The unique format usually features twin 25-lap main events with the first starting straight-up and the second starting fully inverted from the finish of the first. This year’s event will feature twin 27-lap main events in honor of Greg Hodnett whose car number in recent times was the number 27.

Each of the 27-lap sprint car main events on Saturday night will pay the winner $2700 to win. The first USCS Sprint Car main event will be started straight up from the positions that drivers earned in the qualifying heats and the K&N Filters Pole Scramble on Friday night. The winner of the first 27-lap main event will be inverted to the final starting position in the second 27-lap A-Main event, that will start fully inverted from the finish of the first main event. Should the winner of the first main event win the second main event from last position they will receive a $2700 Bonus for the accomplishment.

The USCS presented by K&N Filters winged sprint car racing format on Friday, October 12th featured a racing program that included the sprint car qualifying heat races for Saturday night’s first USCS Flip Flop 54 main event. The top eight qualified drivers via passing points then competed in the K&N Filters Pole Scramble 15-lap semi main event. The K&N Filters Pole Scramble finishing order determine the line-up for the front four rows of the first of Saturday’s USCS “Flip Flop 54” 27-lap main events. Howard Moore fom Memphis, Tennessee who won the USCS Sprint Speedweek Finale Riverside on June 2nd topped the qualifying rounds by winning the K&N Filters Pole Scramble and will start in the K&N Filters Pole Position on Saturday night for the first of the twin main events. Dfending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas will start to his right in the front row.

On Saturday evening at 6:00 pm the USCS winged sprint cars will contest a series of B-Main/Last Chance races that determine the final line-ups for the first of the two 27-lap main events. The first main event will start the field straight-up from their final qualifying order and pays $2700 to win. The second 27-lap main event will start with the field inverted from the finish of the first main event. The winner of the first race will start last position. That race will also pay $2700 to win. A bonus of $2700 will be paid to any driver who can win both races after winning the first sprint car main event and starting last in the second event.

Joining the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars for the $60,000+ USCS Fall Nationals will be the two other winged sprint car divisions. Those are the M.S.C.A. 305 Winged-Sprint Cars who will be racing for $1527 to win their 27-lap main event on Saturday night after running the same qualifying format as the UUSCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars on Friday night. The schedule also includes the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series for winged 600 mini sprints who have a shot at nearly $2000 in top prize money over the two nights. The www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprints will contest a complete racing card on both nights including the Hoosier Speed Dash, Qualifying Heats and Main Event(s) each night.

Additionally, the Arkansas based All-Star Late Models compete in their qualifying events on Friday night including their qualifying heat races and K&N Filters Pole Scramble semi-main event. The All-Star Late Model Series drivers will compete for $2027 in their 27-lap final on Saturday evening.

A top prize of $1127 in cash plus merchandise is posted for the Mid-South Street Stock Challenge division that also runs its qualifying heats race on Friday night plus their own K&N Filters Pole Scramble. Their B/Main last chance race(s) and 27-lap final will be on Saturday evening as well. Fans can expect two nights of wide-open racing to complete the USCS series’ two 2018 visits to the historic speedway during their 69th anniversary season finale.

In addition to all the racing action, the family friendly event will have a Trick or Treat at the Track session during intermission for Kid’s of all ages. On Saturday the pit gates will open at 2:30 pm with the Grandstand gates opening at 3:00pm The driver’s meeting is at 4:30 pm with hot laps to follow. Racing action kicks off at 6:00 pm. Admission pricing in the General Admission Saturday’s pricing is $25 for Adult, Youth from 6-11 yrs. old are $5 and Children 5 yrs. And Under are Free.

For all updated event info and USCS rules please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097. For more info on Riverside International Speedway please visit: www.riversideinternationalspeedway.com

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton peteuscs@att.net or by phone at 770-865-6097.

 

 

 

Milton, FL - October 20, 2018 - Tony Stewart raced from sixth starting position past Sprint Car Hall of Famer Danny Smith on lap 16 and charged the final 14 laps into the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane in the USCS Deep South regional series Championship Race at Southern Raceway on Saturday night. Danny Smith followed Stewart across the line in the runner up spot.

The previous night's winner at Hattiesburg Speedway, Mark Smith was third followed by USCS points leader and defending National Champ, Jordon Mallett who was fourth and two-time series Champion Morgan Turpen rounded out the top five.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Southern Raceway on October 20, 2018 results:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[4] ; 3. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 4. 01-Shane Morgan[5] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[7] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 7. 52-Cody Karl[3] ; 8. 2-Josh Grimess[8]

Heat 2 - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)

1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 14 T-Tony Stewart[2] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[5] ; 4. 43h-Michael Miller[3] ; 5. 88-Brandon Blenden[4] ; 6. 93-Jake Knight[6] ; 7. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 8. 29-Kyle Amerson[7]

Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps)

1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[2] ; 4. 14 T-Tony Stewart[5] ; 5. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[6]

FireAde 2000 A-Main - (30 Laps)

1. 14 T-Tony Stewart[6] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[1] ; 3. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 4. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 6. 43-Terry Witherspoon[8] ; 7. 47-Dale Howard[5] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[12] ; 9. 29-Kyle Amerson[15] ; 10. 52-Cody Karl[14] ; 11. 28-Jeff Willingham[13] ; 12. 88-Brandon Blenden[10] ; 13. 43h-Michael Miller[9] ; 14. 93-Jake Knight[11] ; 15. 01-Shane Morgan[7] DNS. 2-Josh Grimes

RockAuto con USCS Winged Mini Sprints -

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)

1. 33H-Mike Hall[1] ; 2. 19-Jim Kradel[3] ; 3. 3-Trynt Lloyd[5] ; 4. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[2] ; 5. 3m-Micha McCall[6] ; 6. 52r-Jim McNulty[4] ; 7. 33-Don R Quinn[7]

DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (5 Laps)

1. 33H-Mike Hall[2] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[4] ; 3. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[3] ; 4. 19-Jim Kradel[5] ; 5. 33-Don R Quinn[1] ; 6. 52r-Jim McNulty[6]

A-Main - RockAuto.com (15 Laps)

1. 3-Trynt Lloyd[4] ; 2. 33H-Mike Hall[6] ; 3. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[2] ; 4. 19-Jim Kradel[5] ; 5. 33-Don R Quinn[7] ; 6. 3m-Micha McCall[3] ; 7. '
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Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania bested a talent laden field of sprint car drivers from 8 states to win the 30-lap USCS Sprint Speed Spooktacular at Hattiresburg Speedway on Friday night.

Defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, AR chased Smith home in the runner-up spot and Dale Howard from Byhalia, MS took the final podium spot in third place. Two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, TN was fourth. Tony Stewart from Brownsburg, IN rallied back from a spin earlier in the race to complete the top five.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday, October 19, 2018 results

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (10 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; 2. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[8] ; 4. 01-Shane Morgan[1] ; 5. 1a-Lee Moore[7] ; 6. 93-Jake Knight[5] ; 7. 88-Brandon Blenden[2] ; 8. 52-Cody Karl[9] ; 9. 28-Jeff Willingham[3]

Heat 2 - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (10 Laps)

1. 47-Dale Howard[2] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[1] ; 3. 14 T-Tony Stewart[4] ; 4. 29-Kyle Amerson[3] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 6. 43m-Michael Miller[6] ; 7. 43-Terry Witherspoon[7] ; 8. 2-Josh Grimess[9] ; 9. B52-Bill Mason[8]

FireAde 2000 A-Main - Tire (30 Laps)

1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[4] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 5. 14 T-Tony Stewart[6] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[10] ; 7. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 8. 01-Shane Morgan[9] ; 9. 43-Terry Witherspoon[13] ; 10. 1a-Lee Moore[7] ; 11. 43m-Michael Miller[11] ; 12. 93-Jake Knight[12] ; 13. 52-Cody Karl[14] ; 14. 28-Jeff Willingham[17] ; 15. 88-Brandon Blenden[15] ; 16. 2-Josh Grimes[18] ; 17. B52-Bill Mason[16] ; 18. 29-Kyle Amerson[8]

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour USCS Fall Nationals and USCS Flip Flop 54 preliminary night results at Riverside Speedway on Friday 10-12-2018:

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 29-Kyle Amerson[4] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 5. 6-Sean Hosey[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 88-Howard Moore[1] ; 2. 39-Brad Bowden[2] ; 3. 29-Kyle Amerson[4] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 5. 23-Seth Bergman[3] ; 6. 3-Sammy Swindell[8] ; 7. 9jr-Derek Hagar[7] ; 8. 61-Cody Howard[5] ; 9. 88R-Cody Gardner[9]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps) 1. 26-Marshall Skinner[3] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 4. 1x-Tim Crawley[5] ; 5. 44-Ronny Howard[4] ; 6. 27-Curt Terrell[7] ; 7. 8c-Leroy Carley[8] ; 8. 6-Sean Hosey[2]

Heat 3 - ButlerBuilt (8 Laps) 1. 121-Jan Howard[1] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 3. 84-Brandon Hanks[2] ; 4. 22black-Travis Senter[6] ; 5. 3g-Paxton Gregory[5] ; 6. 36-Tim Perry[7] ; 7. 21-Spencer Meredith[8] ; 8. 44c-Chase Howard[4]

Heat 4 - FireAde (8 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 2. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[1] ; 3. 17w-Harli White[5] ; 4. 51b-Joe Miller[8] ; 5. 37h-Nicholas Howard[4] ; 6. 10k-Dewayne White[7] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 8. 47-Dale Howard[3]

K&N Filters Pole Scramble for USCS winged sprint cars - (15 Laps) 1. 88-Howard Moore[4] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 3. 26-Marshall Skinner[1] ; 4. 51b-Joe Miller[6] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[7] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 7. 17w-Harli White[8] ; 8. 121-Jan Howard[5]

 

 

$8,000+ up for grabs in USCS Flip Flop 50 Sprint Car Shootout at Riverside Speedway on Friday and Saturday (October 12th and 13th)

Atlanta, GA – October 10, 2018 – At least $8.000 is up for grabs when the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters invades the historic Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas on Friday and Saturday, October 12th and 13th for the 10th annual USCS “Flip Flop 50” Sprint Car Shootout when FireAde presents the $60,000 USCS Fall Nationals 2018. The two-day racing event serves as the 2018 season finale for Riverside International Speedway. The unique fan favorite “Flip Flop 50” racing event has actually been renamed the “Flip Flop 54” for this season’s event as a tribute to Memphis native and sprint car driving great, 49-year-old Greg Hodnett who lost his life on September 20th in a sprint car racing accident in Pennsylvania.

The format for the “USCS Flip Flop 54” is a United Sprint Car Series original that is sometimes imitated, but, never duplicated. The unique format usually features twin 25-lap main events with the first starting straight-up and the second starting fully inverted from the finish of the first. This year’s event will feature twin 27-lap main events in honor of Greg Hodnett whose car number in recent times was the number 27.

Each of the 27-lap sprint car main events will pay the winner $2700 to win. The first USCS Sprint Car main event will be started straight up from the positions that drivers earned in the qualifying heats and the K&N Filters Pole Scramble on Friday night. The winner of the first 27-lap main event will be inverted to the final starting position in the second 27-lap A-Main event, that will start fully inverted from the finish of the first main event. Should the winner of the first main event win the second main event from last position they will receive a $2700 Bonus for the accomplishment.

The USCS presented by K&N Filters winged sprint car racing format on Friday night at 7:30 pm features a racing program that includes the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash for the top six cars from the previous main event followed by the sprint car qualifying heat races for Saturday night’s first USCS Flip Flop 54 main event. The top eight qualified drivers via passing points then compete in the K&N Filters Pole Scramble sprint car event. The K&N Filters Pole Scramble finishing order will determine the line-up for the front four rows of the first of Saturday’s USCS “Flip Flop 54” 27-lap main events.

On Saturday evening at 6:00 pm the USCS winged sprint cars will contest a series of B-Main/Last Chance races that determine the final line-ups for the first of the two 27-lap main events. The first main event will start the field straight-up from their final qualifying order and pays $2700 to win. The second 27-lap main event will start with the field inverted from the finish of the first main event. The winner of the first race will start last position. That race will also pay $2700 to win. A bonus of $2700 will be paid to any driver who can win both races after winning the first sprint car main event and starting last in the second event.

Joining the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars for the $60,000+ USCS Fall Nationals will be the two other winged sprint car divisions. Those are the M.S.C.A. 305 Winged Sprint Cars who will be racing for $1527 to win their 27-lap main event on Saturday night after running the same qualifying format as the UUSCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars on Friday night. The schedule also includes the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series for winged 600 mini sprints who have a shot at nearly $2000 in top prize money over the two nights. The www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprints will contest a complete racing card on both nights including the Hoosier Speed Dash, Qualifying Heats and Main Event(s) each night.

Additionally, the All-Star Late Models compete in their qualifying events on Friday night including their qualifying heat races and K&N Filters Pole Scramble semi-main event. The All-Star Late Model Series drivers will compete for $2027 in their 27-lap final on Saturday evening.

A top prize of $1127 in cash plus merchandise is posted for the Mid-South Street Stock Challenge division that also runs its qualifying heats race on Friday night plus their own K&N Filters Pole Scramble. Their B/Main last chance race(s) and 27-lap final will be on Saturday evening as well. Fans can expect two nights of wide-open racing to complete the USCS series’ two 2018 visits to the historic speedway during their 69th anniversary season finale.

Gates open in the pit area at 4 pm CDT on Friday night with Grandstands opening at 5pm. The driver’s meeting is at 6:15 pm and hot laps follow with racing scheduled for 7:30 pm CDT. On Saturday the pit and Grandstand gates will open at 3 pm Driver’s meeting is at 5 pm wth hot laps to follow. Racing action kicks off at 6:30 pm

Friday Grandstand Admission pricing is $15 for Adult, Youth from 6-11 yrs. old are $5 and Children 5 yrs. And Under are Free. Saturday Grandstand Admission pricing is $25 for Adult, Youth from 6-11 yrs. old are $10 and Children 5 yrs. And Under are Free.

***Two-day discount Adult and Youth Grandstand Admission tickets are available. The pricing for two-day (gets you in Friday and Saturday) is $34 for Adults and $10 for Youth 6 to 11 yrs. old. Children 5 yrs. and Under are FREE BOTH NIGHTS. **The two-day (and advance one day) admission tickets are available by calling the USCS office at either 770-870-8439 or 770-865-6097 with a major credit or debit card.

For all updated event info and USCS rules please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097. For more info on Riverside International Speedway please visit: www.riversideinternationalspeedway.com

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton peteuscs@att.net or by phone at 770-865-6097.

 

 

Danny Martin captures 2nd USCS Florida State Championship Race Final at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday

Ocala, FL - September 22, 2018 - Danny Martin, Jr.from Sarasota, FL broke out of a two-year slump to park Doug Shaw's #24 in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane after the 27-lap USCS Florida State Championship Race presented by FireAde at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday night. Martin grabbed the lead from early-race-leader and Friday night's winner Tyler Clem from St. Pete, FL and raced under the checkers first.

Tampa's A.J. Maddox got past Clem a couple of laps later and chased Martin across the line in 2nd place. Tyler Clem finished in third place. 2017 USCS sprint car Champion was fourth and 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, FL rounded out the top five.

Veteran Danny Smith from Chillicothe, OH Led the next group in sixth followed by Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, NC in seventh. 11-time series Champ, Terry Gray from Bartlett, TN was eighth followed by Biloxi. MS traveler, Shane Morgan. USCS veteran racer, Joe Larkin from Suwanee, GA completed the top ten.

Clem won the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash to kick off the action. Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, FL then won the Tom Selhorst Air Stream 6 lap Dash.

Terry Witherspoon won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and Tyler Clem out dueled Nick Snyder for the win in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat.

Johnny Bridges passed the most cars in the main event. He started fifteenth and advanced eight positions to finish seventh and garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters event is the USCS Fall Nationals at historic Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas on Friday and Saturday, October 12th and 13th. For schedules, rules, etc. please visit www.uscsracing.com

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Car at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday, September 22, 2018 results:

Engler Machine & Tool 1st Heat (10 Laps)

1. 43-Terry Witherspoon[2] ; 2. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[5] ; 3. 3a-AJ Maddox[1] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 5. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[7] ; 6. 01-Shane Morgan[8] ; 7. 43h-Tanner Witherspoon[6] ; 8. 20-Frank Carlsson[4] ; 9. 28-Jeff Willingham[9]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions 2nd Heat (10 Laps)

1. 14c-Tyler Clem[4] ; 2. 116-Nick Snyder[2] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 4. 67-Brian Thomas[1] ; 5. g6-Brandon Grubaugh[5] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[9] ; 7. 38-Tony Agin[7] ; 8. 07-Johnny Bridges[8] ; 9. 33-Joe Larkin[3]

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash - (6 Laps)

1. 14c-Tyler Clem[1] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 4. 01-Shane Morgan[4] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 6. 3a-AJ Maddox[5]

Tom Selhorst AirStream Dash - (6 Laps)

1. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 2. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[5] ; 3. 43h-Tanner Witherspoon[4] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[3] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[2]

FireAde USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Florida State Sprint Car Championship A-Main - (27 Laps)

1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 3a-AJ Maddox[6] ; 3. 14c-Tyler Clem[1] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[9] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[5] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[4] ; 7. 07-Johnny Bridges[15] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 9. 01-Shane Morgan[10] ; 10. 33-Joe Larkin[18] ; 11. 43-Terry Witherspoon[3] ; 12. 43h-Tanner Witherspoon[14] ; 13. 38-Tony Agin[13] ; 14. 20-Frank Carlsson[16] ; 15. 28-Jeff Willingham[17] ; 16. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[7] ; 17. 67-Brian Thomas[11] ; 18. g6-Brandon Grubaugh[12].

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars headline USCS Florida State Sprint Car Championship Race at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday and Saturday, September 21st and 22nd.

Atlanta, GA – September 19, 2018 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars make their third 2018 visit to Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday and Saturday, September 21st and 22nd. The event is entitled the USCS Florida State Sprint Car Championship Race (2018) presented by FireAde . The series’ 130 mile per hour USCS winged Outlaw type sprint cars headline the two-day weekend of racing action at the semi-banked three-eighths mile D-shaped oval track. The racing card also includes racing in several f the speedways Stock Car racing divisions each night.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s USCS racing elements an opportunity to pick up $3500 in cash prize winnings plus contingency awards. Friday night’s 20-lap preliminary night winner will receive a $1500 paycheck upon arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. Saturday night’s 30-lap Championship final winner will receive a $2000 paycheck.

The event expects to draw winged sprint car drivers from at least six states including several of the series 2018 feature winners. Heading the entry list is 2017 USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who is also the current National points leader and a nine-time USCS main event winner during the 2018 season.

Mallett currently leads the point standings over 11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who is in the runner-up spot in the National point standings by less than 10 points. Gray is also a two-time 2018 winner and has over 90 career USCS wins.

A number of other top drivers from the Southeastern United States are entered including the 2015 preliminary night winner Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida. Martin also stormed into the lead in the 2015 Championship final only to have a deflating left rear tire come apart and send him to the sidelines. Martin, who is recognized as one of Florida’s top sprint car competitors over the last decade with many wins in in-state competition won three times in 2016 USCS competition, and hopes to return to Championship form in the USCS action this weekend with a sweep as his goal.

Another challenge for all of these drivers will be to beat track fan-favorite, 16-year-old Tyler Clem from Tampa, Florida, who has three USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour main event wins at his home track since 2016. He swept the April 2018 USCS weekend of competition by winning on both nights. Clem who has won in three different type race cars at the track (Sprint Car, Late Model and Modified) and is always a force to be reckoned with when the USCS sprint car teams invade his home turf.

Other USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour expected entries include: The 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida and 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year Danny Sams III from Northport, Florida are both entered as well as is the 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi.

Other veteran sprint car drivers expected to enter include National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 2015 Inductee, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio who has several career USCS victories including one at Crossville Speedway in April of 2018. Smith who is a top five competitor at almost any event, has won the track Championship at his home track, Atomic Speedway over the last three years is a legend in sprint car circles World Wide.

Other veteran drivers from the neighboring state of Georgia include, Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia who is in third place in the current USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series point standings and Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia. The Jeff and Danny Oliver, both from Pendergrass, Georgia are also expected to entered on both nights.

At least five USCS regulars from the state of Florida are also entered including Tony Agin from Ft. Myers who finished in the top five in the 2017 USCS National point standings. Agin currently ranks fifth in the 2018 version of the standings. Father and Son, Terry and Tanner Witherspoon, Shawn Murray and Mark Ruel, Jr. all from Jacksonville, Florida and Bob Auld from Largo, Florida are all entered for this weekend’s event as well.

Additionally, Matt Kurtz from Jacksonville, Florida and AJ. Maddox from Tampa are among the Florida Drivers seeking their first victory in a USCS Florida State Sprint Car Championship event as well.

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400 For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers are Office at 770-460-7223 or Mobile at 770-865-6097.

 

 

Terry Gray races to 91st USCS win during Senoia Summer Nationals IX at Senoia Raceway on Saturday (9/8/18).

Senoia, GA – September 8, 2018 – The Bartlett Bullett, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee raced past early race-leader and defending USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas on lap twenty-four of the 30-lap USCS Senoia Summer Nationals IX presented by FireAde main event at Senoia Raceway on Saturday night to grab the lead for the first time in the contest, He then took the high-side route to the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane over the final six laps to celebrate his second USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour win of the 2018 season and his 91st career win with the series. He has been the National Champion of the series eleven times as a driver and twice as Morgan Turpen’s car-owner. September 8, 2018.

Mallett who started from the K&N Filters Pole Position land has nine USCS wins this season, led the first twenty-three circuits around the smooth, but slick 3’8-mile Gumbo clay oval with Gray who started outside the front row next to him, trailing in the runner-up spot for the first two laps. On lap three, The Alabama Outlaw, young gun Kyle Amerson from Matthews, Alabama raced past the veteran Gray into the runner-up spot. Amerson held on to the runner-up spot until lap fifteen when Gray got past Amerson to regain the spot.

The 2000 USCS Rookie of the Year and former Southern Outlaw Sprint Series Champion, Michael Miller from Ocean Springs, Mississippi driving the Terry Witherspoon owned #99 came up to challenge and pass Amerson for the third position on lap seventeen. Miller then started to challenge Gray for the second position. On lap twenty-one Miller drove past Gray with a big slide job entering turn three. The move worked until the two exited turn four and Gray moved high where Miller was running to block Miller from passing him back as Gray won the race off the turn when Miller went high near the wall from his slide-job momentum.

The move allowed Gray to find the rubber in the track surface three-fourths of the way up in the high groove. Three laps later, Gray reeled Mallett in and drove past on the high-side and raced away toward victory. A caution on lap 26 brought Mallett back to the veteran’s back bumper for a four-lap dash to the checkers but, Gray had the momentum and crossed the line for his 91st victory. The win put him just ten wins from the top of the list behind retired driver, Kenny Adams from Malabar, Florida with one hundred wins in the series.

Michael Miller finished in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place after starting fifth. Kyle Amerson followed Miller to the finish line in fourth place after running as high as second position. The 2016 USCS Senoia Summer Nationals Champion and two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee was involved in a late-race tangle with a lapped car and was spun out in the incident. She then went ot the rear of the field to re-start/ then drove the Terry Gray Racing #10m back to fifth place at the finish.

Tim Perry from Mooresville, North Carolina led the next group to the finish line in sixth place. Joe Larkin from Suwanee, Georgia, who ranks third in the current USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series point standings, followed Perry in seventh place. Jeff Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia was in eighth place at the checkers followed by 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi finished in ninth position and Danny Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia completed the top ten drivers.

Morgan Turpen kicked off the evening’s winged sprint car action with a win in the six-lap USCS Hoosier Speed Dash for the top six cars/drivers from the previous USCS event. Terry Gray then won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. His team-mate Morgan Turpen then put herself in position for a sweep of the evening’s competition by winning the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat Race. Jordon Mallett earned the most passing points during heat race action. The first heat race winner, Terry Gray, as is customary, drew for the 0-4-6 inversion in the K&N Filters Pole Award drawing and placed Jordon Mallett on the pole and himself outside the front row by drawing a zero (inversion). In the USCS main event presented by FireAde, Tim Perry passed the most cars (five) to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard-Charger award.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters will race at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, North Carolina on Friday, September 14th. The race is a part of a two-night co-sanctioned North vs. South Shootout USCS vs.URC challenge event. On the following night, Saturday, September 15th the same two series compete again in the weekend’s Round #2 at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts, FireAde, FireAde Enforcer and Hero Graphics.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

The USCS Senoia Summer Nationals IX presented FireAde, USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Car results:

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[1] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 2. 29o-Jeff Oliver[4] ; 3. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[6] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[8] ; 6. 36-Tim Perry[7] ; 7. 29d-Danny Oliver[1] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[2]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[7] ; 3. 99-Michael Miller[6] ; 4. 6-Sean Hosey[1] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[5] ; 6. 67-Brian Thomas[3] ; 7. 43m-Shawn Murray[4]

FireAde 2000 USCS Sprint Car A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; Bartlett, TN
2. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; Greenbrier, AR
3. 99-Michael Miller[5] ; Biloxi, MS
4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[7] ; Matthews, AL
5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; Cordova, TN
6. 36-Tim Perry[11] ; Mooresville, NC
7. 33-Joe Larkin[6] ; Suwanee, GA
8. 29o-Jeff Oliver[4] ; Pendergrass, GA
9. 28-Jeff Willingham[10] ; Ripley, MS
10. 29d-Danny Oliver[14] ; Pendergrass, GA
11. 38-Tony Agin[15] ; Ft. Myers, FL
12. 6-Sean Hosey[9] ; Lebanon, TN
13. 43m-Shawn Murray[13] ; Jacksonville, FL
14. 43-Terry Witherspoon[8] ; Jacksonville, FL
15. 67-Brian Thomas[12] ; Pendergrass, GA

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 10m Morgan Turpen
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10 Tery Gray
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen
K&N Filters Pole Award: 14 Jordon Mallett
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (1stPlace): 10 Terry Gray
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (2nd-Place): 14 Jordon Mallett
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 99 Michael Miller
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 36 Tim Perry (started 11th and finished 6th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 36 Tim Perry
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 33 Joe Larkin
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 29o Jeff Oliver
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 29D Danny Oliver

 

 

USCS Senoia Summer Nationals IX at Senoia Raceway, Senoia, GA on Saturday, September 8, 2018 results:

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[1] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 2. 29o-Jeff Oliver[4] ; 3. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[6] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[8] ; 6. 36-Tim Perry[7] ; 7. 29d-Danny Oliver[1] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[2]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[7] ; 3. 99-Michael Miller[6] ; 4. 6-Sean Hosey[1] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[5] ; 6. 67-Brian Thomas[3] ; 7. 43m-Shawn Murray[4]

FireAde 2000 USCS Sprint Car A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; Bartlett, TN
2. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; Greenbrier, AR
3. 99-Michael Miller[5] ; Biloxi, MS
4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[7] ; Matthews, AL
5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; Cordova, TN
6. 36-Tim Perry[11] ; Mooresville, NC
7. 33-Joe Larkin[6] ; Suwanee, GA
8. 29o-Jeff Oliver[4] ; Pendergrass, GA
9. 28-Jeff Willingham[10] ; Ripley, MS
10. 29d-Danny Oliver[14] ; Pendergrass, GA
11. 38-Tony Agin[15] ; Ft. Myers, FL
12. 6-Sean Hosey[9] ; Lebanon, TN
13. 43m-Shawn Murray[13] ; Jacksonville, FL
14. 43-Terry Witherspoon[8] ; Jacksonville, FL
15. 67-Brian Thomas[12] ; Pendergrass, GA

 

 

USCS Winged Outlaw Cars headline Senoia Raceway’s RE-SCHEDULED USCS Senoia Summer Nationals IX on Saturday, September 8th

Atlanta, GA – September 6, 2018 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars make their only 2018 visit to Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia on Saturday, September 8th. The event as rescheduled for tis Saturday night after being raine out on August 18th. The eventis entitled the USCS Senoia Summer Nationals IX (nine) presented by FireAde. The series’ 120 mile per hour USCS winged Outlaw type sprint cars headline the high-speed night of racing action at the 3/8-mile gumbo clay oval. The racing card also includes the 100+ mile per hour www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprints plus four of the track's weekly racing divisions with special events of their own this Saturday night.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event expects to draw some of the top winged sprint car drivers from at least seven states including at least five of the series 2018 sprint feature winners.

Heading the entry list is 2017 United Sprint Car Series National Champion Jordon “The Jet” Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Mallett currently leads the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National point standings. The Arkansan has nine trips to the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane during 2018. He won six times during the 2017 season in route to his first title. Mallett is one of the top ranked sprint car drivers in the Nation and was ranked tenth in North America out of all of the 3500 drivers in the 2017 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car Driver of the Year poll. He’s only gotten better..

The 2015 and 2016 USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who was the 2017 series wins leader with nine stops in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane during the 2017 season. Is entered as well. She was the 2016 USCS Senoia Summer Nationals Champion after grabbing her first win at the speedway on August 20th of 2016. Turpen is the top ranked female sprint car driver in the World and was ranked fifth in North America out of all 3500 drivers in the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car Driver of the Year poll. Although third in the current USCS National standings, Turpen is the points leader in both the USCS Mid-South regional series and has two wins so far this season.

Eleven-time National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who is currently in the runner-up spot in the National point standings behind the 25-year-old Mallett is entered . The veteran driver has one win so far in 2018. Gray who is also a former Senoia Raceway USCS feature winner on both dirt and pavement surfaces at the historic facility is as previously mentioned, an eleven-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion. Although being able to secure only one a win so far this season, he is always a threat to win and has had a number of podium finishes this year. He has also been a Championship car owner twice as Morgan Turpen’s car owner.

The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi who is in fourth place in the National standings is entered as is Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida who is fifth in the series current National standings.

Several other veteran sprint car drivers from the state of Georgia are expected to enter including Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia who is third in the USCS Southern Thunder regional series standings and Brian Thomas and Jeff Oliver both from Pendergrass, Georgia as well as Aubrey Black from Lookout Mountain, Georgia and Newcomer Danny Oliver who recently transplanted to Pendergrass, Georgia from San Diego, California.

Several drivers from other neighboring states including veteran drivers Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina who was the most recent USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series winner at Lancaster Speedway on July 21st and Bob Auld from Largo, Florida are both expected as is USCS Rookie of the Year contender Nick Drake from Concord, North Carolina. Also entered are the Father and Son sprint car racing team of Terry and son Tanner Witherspoon are entered for Saturday’s speed contest. They both hail from Jacksonville, Florida.

The Alabama Outlaw, young gun Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama who was the Southern Outlaw Sprint series 2016 Rookie of the Year is also entered and looking for his first USCS sprint car win. His chances look pretty good after a runner-up finish and several top five drives this season. Two-time www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprint National Champion, Sean Hosey from Lebanon, Tennessee has entered his USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car for this event as well.

The www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprint series are also expected to draw entries from as far away as Florida and Mississippi. Those entries include Two-time Champion, Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi and several of his rivals for the 2018 title. Those include first year USCS Mini Sprint racer Michael Hall from Knoxville, Tennessee and Alex Lyles from Arlington, Tennessee who was the 2017 Rookie of the Year. 11 year old, Trynt Lloyd from Jacksonville, Florida who won the season-opener and has won twice again in USCS competition for the series is fourth in the series point standings and is also entered as is past USCS Mini Sprint regional series Champion, Bob Trapino of Alpharetta, Georgia.

Increased bonus purses are offered in the four Senoia Raceway weekly divisions on the schedule on Saturday night. The popular Senoia Raceway weekly racing Limited Late Models and Crate Late Models will duel it out for $1000 to win. The Senoia Late Model Sportsman division will battle for a $750 top prize. The Hobby and Bomber divisions shootout it out with one another for $500 to win with $250 bonus to the top finishing Bomber driver. In more war between the divisions, Mini Stocks take on the Hot Shots for $500 to win with 12 or more entries. The top finishing Hot Shot driver is eligible for a $250 bonus with a 10 car Hot Shot entry.

Grandstand admission prices on Saturday night are as follows: Adult grandstand admission is $20 and Youth 5-11 years are $5. Children 4 years and younger are FREE. A limited number of Reserved Top Row seats are available. To resereve Top Row Seats please visit www.senoiaraceway.com for details. Pit Pass/Trackside Passes are $35 for Adults. Youth/Children 5-12 years are $20 Kids 4 & Under are admitted for FREE to the grandstand, pit area or trackside with an adult. FREE CAMPING!

Senoia Raceway is located approximately five miles West of Senoia, Georgia just off State Highway 16 at 171 Brown Road, Senoia, GA. For event info please visit www.senoiaraceway.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at New Senoia Raceway. The track phone number is 770-599-6161. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers 770-865-6097.

 

 

Jordon Mallett captures ninth USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour of 2018 season at Talladega on Sunday.

Eastaboga, AL – September 2, 2018 - Defending United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion Jordon “the Jet” Mallett, from Greenbrier, Arkansas, raced into the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane for the ninth time this season at the conclusion of the USCS Sunday of Speed at Talladega Short Track on Sunday night. It was Mallett’s fifteenth USCS victory over the 2017 and 2018 seasons.

Mallett followed 11-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who started in the K&N Filters Pole Position for the first eleven circuits of the 30-lap contest before making the winning pass on the next lap to take the lead. Mallett hen lead the final eighteen laps to victory lane.

A caution period for a four-car tangle on lap twenty brought the field up to the Arkansan’s (Mallett) back bumper for the final 10 lap dash to the checkers, but, Mallett raced away to his destination, a stop in victory lane. Gray, who is second place in the current National point standings, followed the current points leader (Mallett) to the finish line in the runner-up spot. Two-time series National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who started in fourth place battled with third starting Kyle Amerson from Matthews, Alabama for fourteen laps before slipping by Amerson exiting turn four on lap fifteen claimed the K&N Filters Podium Award third place at the finish.

Kyle Amerson crossed the line in fourth place holding off a late race charge by 2007 USCS Southern Thunder regional series Rookie of the Year, Lee Moore from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, who rounded out the top five finishers.

Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia, who ranks third in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series point standings battled to a sixth-place finish and seventh place went to two-time www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprint series Champion, Sean Hosey from Lebanon, Tennessee. Rick Kahler from Holly Springs, Mississippi was eighth. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi followed in ninth place and Tim Perry fom Mooresville, North Carolina rounded out the top ten drivers.

In preliminary action, Morgan Turpen won the six-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Jordon Mallett then won the eight-lap Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Race. Morgan Turpen came back to win the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second eight-lap heat race. Morgan Turpen scored the most passing points among the entrants, but first heat race winner, Jordon Mallett drew a four in the K&N Filters Pole Award Draw to put Turpen on the outside of the second row to start the main event and placed her team-mate Terry Gray on the K&N Filters Pole Position to start the 30-lap FireAde 2000 A-Main with Mallett alongside him. Rick Kahler passed the most cars in the A-Main (five) to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters and the USCS RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprints will race at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia this coming Saturday, September 8th. The race is a make-up date for the USCS event scheduled there on August 18th that was washed out at 6 p.m. that evening. The track’s website is www.senoiaraceway.com Theor Facebook page New Senoia Raceway has daily updated info about their events.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts, FireAde, FireAde Enforcer and Hero Graphics.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Talladega Short Track on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018 results:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 29a-Kyle Amerson[6] ; 3. 36-Tim Perry[2] ; 4. 1a-Lee Moore[4] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[3] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[7] ; 7. 72K-Rick Kahler[5]

Heat 2 - Brown And Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 2. 29o-Jeff Oliver[2] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 4. 29d-Danny Oliver[6] ; 5. 21b-Brandon McLain[1] ; 6. 6-Sean Hosey[3]

DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (6 Laps)

1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[6] ; 5. 21b-Brandon McLain[3] ; 6. 29o-Jeff Oliver[4]

FireAde 2000 A-Main (30 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 4. 29-Kyle Amerson[3] ; 5. 1a-Lee Moore[8] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[9] ; 7. 6-Sean Hosey[12] ; 8. 72K-Rick Kahler[13] ; 9. 28-Jeff Willingham[10] ; 10. 36-Tim Perry[7] ; 11. 29d-Danny Oliver[6] ; 12. 29-Jeff Oliver[5] ; 13. 21b-Brandon McLain[11]

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 10m Morgan Turpen Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen K&N Filters Pole Award: 10 Terry Gray JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (5th Place): 1a Lee Moore PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (1st-Place): 14 Jordon Mallett K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 10m Morgan Turpen Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 72K Rick Kahler (started 13th and finished 8th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 33 Joe Larkin Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 6 Sean Hosey DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 72k Rick Kahler DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 36 Tim Perry

Photo/Caption #14: Jordon Mallett ran his win total in 2018 USCS Competition to nine on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track. (USCS photo).

www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series Mini Sprints at Talladega Short Track on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps): 1. 22-Connor Leoffler[3] ; 2. 14-Bob Trapino[2] ; 3. 17-Alex Lyles[6] ; 4. 0-Aubrey Black II[4] ; 5. 52r-Jim McNulty[5] ; 6. 21-Chase Garner[1] ; 7. 78-Clayton Brewer[7]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps): 1. 3-Trynt Lloyd[1] ; 2. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[4] ; 3. 33H-Mike Hall[2] ; 4. 19-Jim Kradel[5] ; 5. 9-Ryan Patrick[6] ; 6. 33d-Don T Quinn[3]

DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (5 Laps): . 1-Bobby Zaiontz[2] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[4] ; 3. 0-Aubrey Black II[3] ; 4. 33H-Mike Hall[5] ; 5. 14-Bob Trapino[6] ; 6. 33-Don R Quinn[1]

www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series A-Main 1 - (20 Laps) 1. 3-Trynt Lloyd[3] ; 2. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[5] ; 3. 22-Connor Leoffler[6] ; 4. 33-Mike Hall[1] ; 5. 0-Aubrey Black II[8] ; 6. 17-Alex Lyles[4] ; 7. 14-Bob Trapino[2] ; 8. 19-Jim Kradel[7] ; 9. 52r-Jim McNulty[9] ; 10. 21-Chase Garner[11] ; 11. 9-Ryan Patrick[12] ; 12. 78-Clayton Brewer[10] ; 13. 33d-Don T Quinn[13] DNS 33 Don R. Quinn.

USCS RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprint Special Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 1 Bobby Zaiontz Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race: 22 Conner Leoffler K&N Filters Pole Award: 33 Mike Hall K&N Filters Podium (3rd Place) Award: 22 Conner Leoffler Brown and Miller Racing Solutions 4th-Place Award: 33H Mike Hall Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 22 Conner Leoffler (started 6th finished 3rd) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 17 Alex Lyles DHR Suspension Top Eight: 19 Jim Kradell DMI/Bulldog Top Ten Award: 2 Chase Garner

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at I-75 Raceway on Saturday, September 1, 2018 results:

USCS presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars

USCS Hoosier Tire SPEED DASH - (6 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 2. 18j-RJ Jacobs[1] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 5. 21b-Brandon McLain[5] ; 6. 1a-Lee Moore[6]

Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 21b-Brandon McLain[2] ; 3. 29-Jeff Oliver[3] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 5. 36-Tim Perry[6] ; 6. 21-Aubrey Black[4] DNS -Sean Hosey

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 2. 18j-RJ Jacobs[3] ; 3. 28-Jeff Willingham[1] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 5. 29d-Danny Oliver[4] ; 6. 1a-Lee Moore[6]

FireAde 2000 A-Main 1 - (25 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 3. 21b-Brandon McLain[1] ; 4. 29-Jeff Oliver[5] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[7] ; 7. 36-Tim Perry[9] ; 8. 1a-Lee Moore[11] ; 9. 29d-Danny Oliver[10] ; 10. 28-Jeff Willingham[8] ; 11. 6-Sean Hosey[13] ; 12. 21-Aubrey Black[12] ; 13. 18j-RJ Jacobs[2]

 

 

Jordon Mallett goes to Two-IN-A-ROW for USCS WINS at I-75 RACEWAY on Friday

SWEETWATER, TN (August 31, 2018) – Defending United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion Jordon Mallett, who resides in Greenbrier, Arkansas, has found an East Tennessee home-track on the 1/3-mile clay oval at I-75 Raceway where he posted his second straight series win of the season at the track on Friday night during night #1 of the USCS Weekend of Speed. He won the April 21, 2018 event earlier in the year as well. It was his eighth win in USCS competition during the 2018 season.

Mallett charged from the K&N Filters Pole Position starting spot to take the lead on the first lap. Mallett had to follow outside front row starter and two-time series Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee into turn one and around the oval to turn four before regaining the lead to lead lap one. Turpen’s left front rode over an infield tire and caused her #10m to wheelie and Mallett rode by on her outside. He then led every lap while Turpen pursued him, gaining ground behind lap cars. Two caution periods, both on lap thirteen, pulled Turpen and the rest of the field up to Mallett’s rear bumper. But he was able to race away on both restarts. Turpen got close on several occasions over the final twelve laps while both dealt she and Mallett dealt with lapped traffic near the end of the 25-lap contest, but, to no avail for her.

Mallett saw the checkers first and proceeded to the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane for his parking spot there. Morgan Turpen crossed under the flag stand in the runner-up spot followed by her teammate 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, Tennessee in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. R.J. Jacobs from Dover, Ohio finished in fourth place and Brandon McLain from Indian Trail, North Carolina who was the 2014 USCS Rookie of the Year rounded out the top five.

Lee Moore from Tuscaloosa, Alabama drove to a sixth-place finish and seventh place went to Tim Perry from Mooresville, North Carolina. Joe Larkin who is currently in third place in the USCS Southern Thunder regional series point standings was eighth. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi followed in ninth place and newcomer, Danny Oliver from San Diego, California rounded out the top ten drivers,

In preliminary action, Terry Gray won the six-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, Morgan Turpen won the eight-lap Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Race, and Mallett won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second eight-lap heat race. Jordon Mallett scored the most passing points among the entrants, but Morgan Turpen drew a zero in the K&N Filters Pole Award Draw to put Turpen on the outside of the third row to start the main event, and place Mallett on the K&N Filters Pole Position to start the 25-lap prelim A-Main. Brandon McLain passed the most cars in the A-Main to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters and the USCS RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprints will race again at I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, Tennessee on Saturday night in the finals of the USCS Weekend of Speed. The series then heads down the road for a Labor Day weekend finale and the USCS Sunday of Speed at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama on Sunday, September 2nd. For track info please visit www,talladegashorttrack.com

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts, FireAde, FireAde Enforcer and Hero Graphics.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL RESULTS OF USCS OUTLAW THUNDER PRESENTED NY K&N FILTERS AT I-75 RACEWAY IN SWEETWATER, TN ON 4/28/17:

A-MAIN: 30 LAPS:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 1 14m Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 2. 2 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 3. 3 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 4. 4 18j RJ Jacobs Dover, OH 5 8 21b Branon McLain Indian Trail, NC 6. 9 1A Lee Moore Tuscaloosa, AL 7. 7 36 Tim Perry Mooresville, NC 8. 6 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA 9. 10 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 10. 11 29d Danny Oliver San Diego, CA 11. 5 29 Jeff Oliver Pendergrass, GA 12. 12 20 Nick Drake Mooresville, NC DNS 51 Jay Dunham Grovetown, GA

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 10 Terry Gray Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett K&N Filters Pole Award: 14 Jordon Mallett JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (4th Place): 18j R.J. Jacobs PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (5th-Place): 21B Brandon McLain K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 10 Terry Gray Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Auld (started 8th and finished 5th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 1a Lee Moore Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 36 Tim Perry DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 33 Joe Larkin DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 29D Danny Oliver

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Gray; 2. Turpen; 3. Mallett; 4. McLain; 5. Larkin; 6. Drake.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Turpen; 2. Gray; 3. Perry; 4. J.Oliver; 5. Moore; 6. D.Oliver; DNS Dunham.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Mallett; 2. Jacobs; 3. Larkin; 4. McLain; 5. Willingham; 6. Drake.

OFFICIAL USCS RockAuto.com 600 MINI SPRINT RESULTS:

15-LAP FEATURE RACE:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 4 1 Bobby Zaiontz Columbus, MS 2. 6 3 Trynt Lloyd Jacksonville, FL 3. 5 33 Mike Hall Knoxville, TN 4. 1 33 Don R. Quinn Wesley Chapel, FL 5. 2 14 Bob Trapino Alpharetta, GA 6. 3 17 Alex Lyles Arlington, TN 7. 7 33D Don T. Quinn Wesley Chapel, FL

USCS RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprint Special Awards:

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 33 Mike Hall Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race: Bobby Zaiontz K&N Filters Pole Award: 33 Don R. Quinn K&N Filters Podium (3rd Place) Award: 33 Mike Hall Brown and Miller Racing Solutions 4th-Place Award: 33 Don R. Quinn Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 3 Trynt Lloyd (started 6th finished 2nd) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 17 Alex Lyles DHR Suspension Top Eight: 33d Don T. Quinn DMI/Bulldog Top Ten Award: 14 Bob Trapino

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (4 Laps): 1. 33H Hall; 2. 1 Zaiontz; 3. 3 Lloyd; 4. 17 Lyles.

Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race (8 Laps): 1.L3 loyd; 2.33 Hall; 3 1 Zaiontz.; 4.17 Lyles; 5. 14 Trapino; 6.33 Don R. Quinn; 7. 33D Don T. Quinn.

 

 

USCS Sprints and Mini Sprints are set for 3-race Labor Day weekend battles in Tennessee and Alabama

Atlanta, GA – August 28, 2018 - The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars have a three-race weekend of action coming up over Labor Day weekend. The series has had a slight schedule adjustment and the event that was scheduled on Friday, August 31st at Crossvile Speedway has been moved one-hour away (South). The Friday night speed contest will now be at I-75 Raceway near Sweetwater, Tennessee as Round #1 of the USCS Weekend of Speed for winged sprint cars.

On the following night, Saturday, September 1st the series wll also be at I-75 Raceway as originally scheduled for the two-night Finale at the ¼ red clay oval. Friday night’s preliminary main event will pay $1500 to the winner. Saturday night’s 30-lap Final will pay $2250 to the winner.

The weekend Sunday night finale is set for Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama on Sunday evening September 2nd. That contest will award $2000 to the winner who parks in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane. $6000 is guaranteed to the winner of all three nights. A $1000 in prize mony is guaranteed to any drivers who makes and starts all three main events.

The United Sprint Car Series will be joined by the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints all three nights. Additionally Late Models and Stock Car Racing is on the racing card all three nights as well.

For info and rules on USCS please visit www.uscsracing.com or their USCS Racing Facebook page or call the series at 770-865-6097. Both tracks have facebook pages and websites. Their websites are www.i75raceway.com and http://www.talladegashorttrack.com/

 

 

Derek Hagar wins USCS Tennessee Tangle II at Lexington 104 Speedway

Lexington, TN – August 25, 2018 – Derek Hagar from Marion, AR charged from the K&N Filters Pole Position into the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane on Saturday night in the 30-lap FireAde 2000 USCS Tennessee Tangle II main event at the high-banked 3/8-mile Lexington 104 Speedway. Hagar held off veteran sprint car racer Dale Howard from Byhalia, Mississippi and Mid-South hot-shoe Howard Moore from Memphis, Tennessee for his forty-seventh career USCS victory. Moore who had moved up from a tenth place starting position to the runner-up spot past Dale Howard on lap twelve chased Hagar after several caution periods but could not make a move that put him in the lead. On lap 24 his engine expired and brought out the race’s third yellow. After the restart Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, AR assumed the third position with eleven-time USCS National Champ, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee and two-time series titlist Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee comprising the top five. Over the final six laps Turpen was able to pass her team-mate on the final circuit. Hagar crossed under the flag stand with the checkers waving for Dale Howard in second place followed by Mallett in the K&N Filters Podium award third place. Turpen finished fourth and Gray completed the top five drivers. Past USCS National Champion, Eddie Gallagher from Olive Branch, Mississippi led the next group in sixth place Dwayne White from Byhalia, Mississippi followed in seventh place with Rick Kahler from Holly Springs, Mississippi finishing eighth followed by 2012 Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi ninth. Tucker Boulton from Brighton, Tennessee rounded out the top ten after an outstanding performance in his first night in sprint cars. Morgan Turpen grabbed the win in the six-lap USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Defending USCS presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Jordon Mallett won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Turpen then had her engine let go while running in the top five in the main event. Dale Howard won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Morgan Turpen passed the most cars in the main event (five) to claim the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award. Tucker Boulton garnered the K&N Filters Pole Position. The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 222nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, FireAde, FireAde Enforcer and Hero Graphics. For information on the USCS series, please visit www.uscsracing.com For USCS rules, updated schedules and other information, please visit the www.uscsracing.com website as well or you may contact the USCS office at 770-865-6097. USCS also has a social media presence at USCS Racing on Facebook and on Twitter @uscsracing

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Sprint Cars at Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday, August 25, 2018. Results:

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett; 3. 9jr-Derek Hagar; 4. 10-Terry Gray; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham.

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1, Group A - (8 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett; 2. 12-Tucker Boulton; 3. 10K-Dewayne White; 4. 27-Curt Terrell; 5. 1-Eddie Gallagher; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham; 7. 44-Ronny Howard; 8. 10k2-Jamie Manley; 9. 14B-Bo Barber.

Brown and Miller Racing Solution Heat 2, Group B - (8 Laps) 1. 47-Dale Howard; 2. 10-Terry Gray; 3. 9jr-Derek Hagar; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen; 5. 40-Howard Moore; 6. 72K-Rick Kahler; 7. 21-Spencer Meredith; 8. 44c-Chase Howard-DNS.

USCS presented by K&N Filters FireAde 2000 A-Main - (30 Laps) 1. 9jr-Derek Hagar[1] ; 2. 47-Dale Howard; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen; 5. 10-Terry Gray; 6.1x-Eddie Gallagher; 7 10k-Dewayne White; 8. 72K-Rick Kahler; 9. 28-Jeff Willingham; 10.12-Tucker Boulton; 11. 10k2-Jamie Manley; 12. 14B Bo Barber; 13. 40 Howard Moore; 14. 21-Spencer Meredith; 15. 27-Curt Terrell; 16. 44-Ronny Howard; 17. 44c-Chase Howard; 20.

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 10m Morgan Turpen Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett BMRS Second Heat: 9jr Derek Hagar K&N Filters Pole Award: 12 Tucker Boulton JE Pistons Top Guns Award:10m Morgan Turpen K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 14 Jordon Mallett Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 10m Morgan Turpen PRO Shocks Top Five Award: 10 Terry Gray Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 1x Eddie Gallagher Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 10K Dewayne White DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 72K Rick Kahler DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 12 Tucker Boulton

 

 

USCS Winged Outlaw Cars headline Senoia Raceway’s USCS Senoia Summer Nationals IX on Saturday, August 18th

Atlanta, GA – August 15, 2018 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars make their only 2018 visit to Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia on Saturday, August 18th. The event is entitled the USCS Senoia Summer Nationals IX (nine) presented by FireAde. The series’ 120 mile per hour USCS winged Outlaw type sprint cars headline the high-speed night of racing action at the 3/8-mile clay oval. The racing card also includes the 100+ mile per hour www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprints plus four of the track's weekly racing divisions with special events of their own this Saturday night.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event expects to draw some of the top winged sprint car drivers from at least seven states including at least five of the series 2018 sprint feature winners.

Heading the entry list is 2017 United Sprint Car Series National Champion Jordon “The Jet” Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Mallett currently leads the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National point standings. The Arkansan has seven trips to the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane during 2018. He won six times during the 2017 season in route to his first title. Mallett is one of the top ranked sprint car drivers in the Nation and was ranked tenth in North America out of all of the 3500 drivers in the 2017 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car Driver of the Year poll. He’s only gotten better.

The 2015 and 2016 USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who was the 2017 series wins leader with nine stops in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane during the 2017 season. Is entered as well. She was the 2016 USCS Senoia Summer Nationals Champion after grabbing her first win at the speedway on August 20th of 2016. Turpen is the top ranked female sprint car driver in the World and was ranked fifth in North America out of all 3500 drivers in the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car Driver of the Year poll. Although third in the current USCS National standings, Turpen is the points leader in both the USCS Mid-South regional series and has two wins so far this season.

Eleven-time National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who is currently in the runner-up spot in the National point standings behind the 25-year-old Mallett. The veteran driver has one win so far in 2018. Gray who is also a former Senoia Raceway USCS feature winner on both dirt and pavement surfaces at the historic facility is as previously mentioned, an eleven-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion. Although being able to secure only one a win so far this season, he is always a threat to win and has had a number of podium finishes this year. He has also been a Championship car owner twice as Morgan Turpen’s car owner.

The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi who is in fourth place in the National standings is entered as is Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida who is fifth in the series current National standings.

Several other veteran sprint car drivers from the state of Georgia are expected to enter including Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia who is third in the USCS Southern Thunder regional series standings and Brian Thomas and Jeff Oliver both from Pendergrass, Georgia as well as Aubrey Black from Lookout Mountain, Georgia. Black’s Son , Aubrey Black II will contend in the USCS Mini Sprint division.

Several drivers from other neighboring states including veteran drivers Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina who was the most recent USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series winner at Lancaster Speedway on July 21st and Bob Auld from Largo, Florida are both expected as is USCS Rookie of the Year contender Nick Drake from Concord, North Carolina.

The 2017 USCS National Rookie of the Year river, 18-year-old, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia will also be in attendance doing double-duty racing in both the USCS winged sprint car and the www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprint division. He was last year’s www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprint Senoia Summer Nationals Champion as well.

Also entered is the USCS Southern Thunder regional series Rookie of the Year and former USAC Ford Focus Champion, Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina. Hunter is one of the few Rookie drivers to win a main event, when he did so un July of 2017 at Lancaster Motor Speedway in South Carolina. He was a recent USCS 2018 main event winner at Carolina Speedway on July 21st as well.

The Alabama Outlaw, young gun Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama who was the Southern Outlaw Sprint series 2016 Rookie of the Year is also entered and looking for his first USCS sprint car win. His chances look pretty good after a runner-up finish and several top five drives this season. Amerson is also expected to compete in the USCS Mini Sprint division as well, where he has accomplished some stops in victory lane with the www.RockAuto.com sponsored series.

The www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprint series are also expected to draw entries from as far away as Florida and Mississippi. Those entries include Two-time Champion, Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi and several of his rivals for the 2018 title. Those include first year USCS Mini Sprint racer Michael Hall from Knoxville, Tennessee and Alex Lyles from Arlington, Tennessee who was the 2017 Rookie of the Year. 12 year old, Trynt Lloyd from Jacksonville, Florida who won the season-opener for the series is fourth in the series point standings and is also entered as is past USCS Mini Sprint regional series Champion, Bob Trapino of Alpharetta, Georgia.

Increased bonus purses are offered in the four Senoia Raceway weekly divisions on the schedule on Saturday night. The popular Senoia Raceway weekly racing Limited Late Models and Crate Late Models will duel it out for $1000 to win. The Senoia Late Model Sportsman division will battle for a $750 top prize. The Hobby and Bomber divisions shootout it out with one another for $500 to win with $250 bonus to the top finishing Bomber driver. In more war between the divisions, Mini Stocks take on the Hot Shots for $500 to win with 12 or more entries. The top finishing Hot Shot driver is eligible for a $250 bonus with a 10 car Hot Shot entry.

Grandstand admission prices on Saturday night are as follows: Adult grandstand admission is $20 and Youth 5-11 years are $5. Children 4 years and younger are FREE. A limited number of Reserved Top Row seats are available. To resereve Top Row Seats please visit www.senoiaraceway.com for details. Pit Pass/Trackside Passes are $35 for Adults. Youth/Children 5-12 years are $20 Kids 4 & Under are admitted for FREE to the grandstand, pit area or trackside with an adult. FREE CAMPING!

Senoia Raceway is located approximately five miles West of Senoia, Georgia just off State Highway 16 at 171 Brown Road, Senoia, GA. For event info please visit www.senoiaraceway.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at New Senoia Raceway. The track phone number is 770-599-6161. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers 770-865-6097.

 

 

IMMEDIATE RELEASE USCS OUTLAW SPRINT CAR RACING HEADLINES SPRINT CAR MANIA VIII RACING ACTION AT BOYD’S SPEEDWAY on FRIDAY NIGHT (August 17th)

Atlanta, GA – August 13th, 2018 - Wild and exciting winged outlaw sprint car racing will headline the USCS “Sprint Car Mania” VIII racing action at historic Boyd’s Speedway just across the Teneessee and Georgia line in Ringgold on Friday, August 17th at 7:00 p.m.. The United Sprint Car Series "Outlaw Thunder" Tour presented by K&N Filters (www.uscsracing.com) will roar into the fast 3/8-mile Georgia red-clay oval for their forty-fifth event on the 22nd Anniversary USCS National Championship schedule.

This is the one and only USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car event scheduled during the 2018 season at Boyd’s Speedway. This race is a twin-region showdown for the series and will award National Championship points as well as points in the USCS Mid-South and Southern Thunder regional series standings. The USCS Mid-South region normally contests race in Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri and Western Tennessee. The USCS Southern Thunder regional series consists of races in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, both Carolinas and Eastern Tennessee.

The special two region challenge event is expected to bring top winged Outlaw sprint car drivers from at least seven states to the track seeking a stop in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane at the historic track. The exotic fire breathing, alcohol burning, 700 horsepower open wheel cars weight just 1,300 pounds, and are pound for pound the World’s most powerful short track race cars. The cars will literally fly around the track surface at speeds over 120 M.P.H. It is not uncommon to see USCS sprint cars popping "wheelies" or doing wheel stands because of the brute force of their engines and their huge 16-inch wide Hoosier rear racing tires.

Friday night's USCS winged sprint car action will feature a full program of racing in the winged sprint cars that includes test and tune hot laps followed by the evening's first sprint car race, the Hoosier Speed Dash that showcases the top six cars from the previous USCS main event in an edge-of-your-seat six-car shootout. Next up will be qualifying heat races and a Last Chance/B-Main race if necessary. The evening’s grand finale will be the 30-lap “Sprint Car Mania” VIII presented by FireAde USCS A-main event.

The popular www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged Mini Sprints will join the USCS winged outlaw sprint cars on the action-packed racing program, creating an exciting open-wheeled winged race car double-header special event for the race fans. Several of the Boyd’s Speedway weekly racing divisions will join the two traveling series for a full night of family entertainment. Those divisions include the speedway’s Limited Late Model, Sportsman, Hobby and Street Stock and Hot Shot racing divisions. There will be a full program of racing action in every division.

Two young drivers lead a strong contingent of winged sprint drivers into the event. The first in the Nation’s top ranked female sprint racer Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who a two-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion. Turpen who was the 2015 and 2016 Champion led the series drivers in victories this past season with nine during 2017. She currently leads the 2018 USCS Mid-South regional series point standings and is in third place in the current National point standings. She has two victories thus far in 2018.

The second is young gun is Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who captured the 2017 USCS National Championship and leads the current 2018 USCS National point standings. Mallett also leads the USCS Southern Thunder regional series point standings as well. He is the most successful USCS driver in reaching victory lane during the 2018 season with seven main event wins so far.

Eleven- time and defending USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee, who is Turpen’s team-mate, also tops the entry list for the Boyd’s Speedway event. He trails Jordon Mallett in second place in the National point standings. The two drivers have swapped the lead in those standings several times during the season. He is among the top twenty-five drivers in the Nation in wins over the past 5 years. Gray has 90 career USCS wins.

Another sprint car racer for local fans to cheer for is USCS veteran Aubrey Black from nearby, Lookout Mountain, Georgia. Black may double duty in the Outlaw sprint car and mini sprint divisions. His son Aubrey Black II is also entered in the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series division for winged mini sprints and hails from Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Gates open at 4:00pm on Friday and racing action begins at 7:00pm sharp! Boyd’s Speedway is located less than one mile off Interstate 75 at Tennessee Exit 1A/Ringgold Road. The physical address for the facility is 1481 Scruggs Road, Ringgold, GA 30736. The track’s phone number is 706-891-6803 and the website is www.boydsspeedway.com For USCS info please visit the Official USCS web site at www.uscsracing.com or call 770-460-7223.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Sprint Cars invade Hattiesburg Speedway Hub City Havoc II this Friday night! (8/10/18)

Atlanta, GA – August 9, 2018 – The 22nd Annual United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars headline the action-packed racing card at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on this Friday, August 10th at 7:30 pm. The event for the United Sprint Car Series is the 44th scheduled event on the 2018 Outlaw Thunder Tour. This will be the fourth and final scheduled event to the historic track after one race and being rained-out twice.

Defending United Sprint Car Series National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, AR and two-time series Champion Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee lead the USCS driver entry list into the event. Mallett has yet to record a victory at the ¼ mile high-banked oval, but has seven stops in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane this season already with 20 races to go.

Turpen, who led the series in wins during 2017 with nine victories has two wins during last season and the current one at the speedway where she is a fan favorite. She won the March 3, 2017 season opener last year and won the June 9, 2018 USCS event at Hattiesburg Speedway.

Eleven-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Terry gray from Bartlett, Tennessee, who is Turpen’s car owner and team-mate is a past winner at Hattiesburg Speedway. He is currently in the runner-up spot in the National point standings and is also a threat to win on any given night is entered.

Two other drivers who are in the top five in the USCS National point standings, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi, who was the 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year and Tony Agin who is in the top five in the National standings are both expected.

The Father and Son team of Ronny Howard and 14-year-old, Chase Howard from Nesbit, Mississippi are both entered. Ronny Howard is fifth in the current USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional point standings while Chase ranks in the top ten of the same standings after being honored at the end of the 2017 season as the USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional series Rookie of the Year at thirteen years old.

A pair of Alabama competitors, Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama and Lee Moore from Tuscaloosa, Alabama are also pre-entered. Amerson was the 2016 Southern Outlaw Sprint Series Rookie of the Year. He has several top five finishes during the 2018 season with a season best of a runner-up finish and is poised for a win in-the-near-future. Moore was the 2007 USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series Rookie of the Year.

The exotic USCS Outlaw Thunder winged sprint cars weight only 1300 pounds with 700+ horsepower engines. Those two elements in addition to a huge 25 square foot top wing and seventeen-inch-wide and specially designed Hoosier rear race tires make them the fastest cars ever to compete on the ¼ mile clay oval. The USCS sprint cars are expected to reach speeds over 100 miles per hour on the straight-a-ways at Hattiesburg Speedway.

Other expected entries include two-time 2018 USCS winner Shane Morgan from Biloxi, Mississippi and 2017 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Rookie of the Year nominee, Cody Kahl from Gulfport, Mississippi. Another Mississippi Gulf Coast racer, Brandon Blendon from Gulfport is pre-entered. Bill Mason from Florence, Mississippi is expected as well as second year driver, Dewayne White from Byhalia, Mississippi.

The event at Hattiesburg Speedway awards the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers with championship points towards the USCS Outlaw Thunder National championship and also awards points towards both the new USCS Deep South Thunder Tour and USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional series championships. The 2018 USCS Deep South regional series schedule has drivers competing in events in Alabama, Mississippi and Florida for that title. The USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional series primarily competes in Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee. The event is expected to draw drivers from five or more states including some of the top ranked drivers in North America.

In addition to the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars the Nesmith Late Models, Open Wheel Modified, Nesmith Street Stock, Outlaw Street and Pure Street Stock divisions keep an action-packed racing card busy all

Race fans are sure to get their money’s worth with a full night of non-stop family entertainment that includes a guarantee of plenty of thrills, chills and spills from the time the green flag flies for the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash race until the checkered flag falls on the final main event of the evening.

Hattiesburg Speedway is located at 4663 US 49 Highway, Hattiesburg, MS 39401. For more info on the track, Please visit www.hattiesburgspeedway.net or call For more information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour and associated series please visit www.uscsracing.comm or call the series office at 770-865-6097.

 

 

Jordon Mallett gets 2018 USCS win #7 at Greenville Speedway on Saturday

Greenville, MS – July 28, 2018 - The defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas charged from his K&N Filters Pole Position starting spot into the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane for a dominating win on Saturday night in the USCS Saturday of Speed 30-lap FireAde 2000 main-event at the 1/4-mile black gumbo clay Greenville Speedway. It was Mallett’s seventh USCS win of the 2018 season and his fifteenth career USCS main event win. Mallett, who was the 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year, led every lap of the caution-free contest in dominating fashion while lapping all the way up to fifth place as his car seemed to be working to perfection. Two-time USCS National Champion (2015 and 2016) Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee chased the defending United Sprint Car Series Champion across the finish line in the runner-up spot. It was also Mallett’s first career win at Greenville Speedway. Derek Hagar from Marion Arkansas claimed the final podium spot in the K&N Filters Podium award third place. Another past USCS National Champion, Eddie Gallagher from Olive Branch, Mississippi, whose storied career includes his career-first sprint car win at Greenville Speedway, followed that trio of USCS young guns across the line in fourth place. Another young gun, Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama rounded out the top five finishers. Eleven-time USCS national Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee led the next group of drivers with a sixth-place finish in the A-Main. Ronny Howard from Nesbit, Mississippi followed Gray in seventh-place. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi was behind Howard in eighth place. The 14-year-old 2017 USCS Mid-South Thunder regional series Rookie of the Year, Chase Howard from Nesbit, Mississippi finished in ninth place. Another rookie sprint car driver, Jamie Manley rounded out the top ten Jordon Mallett won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Kyle Amerson then won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. The 14-year-old 2017 USCS Mid-South Thunder regional series Chase Howard from Nesbit, Mississippi passed the most cars in the main event (5) to claim the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award. Jordon Mallett garnered the K&N Filters Pole Position. The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing and the great people at Hero Graphics. The next USCS event is a two-day event, the Rountree-Moore USCS Weekend of Speed sprint car speed spectacular at All-Tech Raceway in Lake City, Florida. The event features two-full nights of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint car racing including preliminary events and main events EACH NIGHT!..plus stock car racing. The track is located at 1024 SW Howell Rd., Lake City, FL . The track phone number is 386-754-RACE, The official website is www,alltechraceway.com. They also have a Facebook page at All-Tech Raceway.

For information on the USCS series, please visit www.uscsracing.com For USCS rules, updated schedules and other information, please visit the www.uscsracing.com website as well or you may contact the USCS office at 770-865-6097. USCS also has a social media presence at USCS Racing on Facebook and on Twitter @uscsracing

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Greenville Speedway on Saturday, July 28, 2018 results:

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters plus USCS Deep South and USCS Mid-South regional series at Greenville Speedway on July 28. 2018 results:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 1x-Eddie Gallagher[5] ; 4. 9jr-Derek Hagar[7] ; 5. 72K-Rick Kahler[1] ; 6. 10k2-Jamie Manley[3] ; 7. 17b-Shelby Brown[6] DNS-B52 Bill Mason

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps) 1. 29-Kyle Amerson[2] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 3. 10k-Dewayne White[4] ; 4. 1a-Lee Moore[3] ; 5. 44-Ronny Howard[7] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[5] ; 7. 44c-Chase Howard[6]

FireAde 2000 USCS A-Main Finish at Greenville Speedway on Saturday, July 28, 2018: A-Main - (30 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6] ; 3. 9jr-Derek Hagar[4] ; 4. 1x-Eddie Gallagher[3] ; 5. 29-Kyle Amerson[2] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[8] ; 8. 28-Jeff Willingham[11] ; 9. 44c-Chase Howard[14] ; 10. 10k2-Jamie Manley[12] ; 11. 72K-Rick Kahler[10] ; 12. 10k-Dewayne White[7] ; 13. 17b-Shelby Brown[13] ; 14. 1a-Lee Moore[9] DNS - Bill Mason

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 29 Kyle Amerson K&N Filters Pole Award: 14 Jordon Mallett JE Pistons Top Guns Award (5th place) 29 Kyle Amerson K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 9Jr. Derek Hagar Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 44c Chase Howard (passed 5 cars in A-Main) PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (4th place) 1x Eddie Gallagher Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award:10 Terry Gray Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 44 Ronny Howard DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 28 Jeff Willingham DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 10k2 Jamie Manley

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars headline the “Saturday of Speed” at Greenville Speedway on Saturday (July 28th)

Greenville, MS - July 28, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series (USCS) presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi for the 12th Annual USCS “Saturday of Speed” this Saturday night at 7:30pm. It is the one and only stop for the fastest and most powerful race cars to race at the ¼ mile Gumbo clay oval each season. The traditional and annual USCS Sprint Speedweek Round #3 event at Greenville Speedway was rained out on Sunday, May 27th making this the only visit for the United Sprint Car Series this season.

The event is expected to bring top winged sprint car drivers from at least five states to the challenging ¼ mile high-banked black gumbo oval seeking a stop in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane. This will be race number thirty-eight of the 2018 season for the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour. The event awards USCS National and USCS Deep-South and USCS Mid-South regional series championship points.

An action filled racing program awaits fans when things get kicked off on Saturday night. The power packed USCS sprint car racing format will include test and tune hot laps followed by the evening's first sprint car race, the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash that showcases the top six cars from the previous USCS main event in an edge-of-your-seat six-car, six-lap shootout. Next up will be qualifying heat races followed by Last Chance/B-Main race if necessary. The evening’s grand finale for the sprint cars will be the 30-lap FireAde sponsored USCS sprint car A-main event for the cars expected to reach speeds over 100 miles per hour at Greenville Speedway.

Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas is the defending USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion. Mallett currently leads the USCS National point standings as well as the USCS Deep South regional series point standings. Mallett was ranked in the top ten of thirty-five hundred sprint car drivers in North America by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car Driverif the Year pollsters for the 2017 season. He currently has six USCS wins during the 2018 season. Mallett will be looking for his career-first win at Greenville on Saturday night.

Additionally, another USCS past Champion (2015 and 2016) Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee is entered as well. Turpen is the top-ranked female sprint car driver in the World. She led the United Sprint Car Sseries in feature wins during the 2017 season with nine trips to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. She was ranked fifth in North America in the 2017 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Sprint Car Driver of the Year poll. She currently has two wins on the season and is third in the USCS National point standings. She leads the tough USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional series point standings.

Several previous winners of USCS winged sprint car main events at Greenville Speedway are entered. Those include past USCS Champion, Eddie Gallagher who in addition to winning his career-first sprint car event at Greenville Speedway, is a past Gumbo Nationals Sprint Car Champion, when the USCS was part of that event. Eleven-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who won on the series second visit in September of 2007 is also entered as is 2013 and 2014 Greenville Speedway USCS Speedweeks feature winner and 2013 USCS National Sprint Car Champion Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas.

Several past USCS Rookie of the Year drivers including 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year driver Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi is entered as is 14-year-old Chase Howard from Nesbit, Mississippi who was the 2017 USCS Mid-South regional series Rookie of the Year driver. Chase has local connections a his mother is a native of Greenville, Mississippi where her relatives still reside.

Chase Howard is one half of a two-car team with his Father and USCS sprint car veteran driver Ronny Howard also from Nesbit, Mississippi who is entered for Saturday night’s contest. Ronny Howard also has local connections as he is a 1995 graduate of nearby Delta State University where he played college football as well.

Two other past Rookie of the Year drivers, Lee More from Tuscaloosa, Alabama who was the 2007 USCS Southern Thunder Tour Rookie of the Year and Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama who is a past Southern Outlaw Sprints Rookie of the Year are both entered for this weekend’s event.

The sprint car driver who lives closest to Greenville Speedway entered is first-year racer Shelby Brown from Marks, Mississippi. She is the second female sprint car driver entered in Saturday night’s field. She has shown much talent as a first-year driver. She also races 305 cubic inch winged sprint cars regularly at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas where she is currently fifth in the weekly series point standings. Brown would like to follow in the footsteps of Morgan Turpen and intents to compete for the 2019 USCS Rookie of the Year title will have her more powerful 700 Horsepower 360 cubic inch power plant in for this event.

Also entered is second-generation driver Spencer Meredith who is also in his first season racing the powerful 700 horsepower winged USCS sprint cars. He joins Dewayne White from Byhalia, Mississippi and Rick Kaylor from Slayden, Mississippi on the early entry list for the Saturday of Speed.

The busy racing program also includes the track’s Super Late Model division as well as the Durrence Layne Dirt Late Models, the Durrence Layne Street Stock, Outlaw Hobby class and the Factory Stock divisions as well competing for cash and glory.

For more info and directions to Greenville Speedway please visit www.greenville speedway.net or call 662-822-7071. On Saturday night gates open at 4:00 pm and racing starts at 7:30pm. For USCS Sprint Car rules and info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS OUTLAW THUNDER TOUR presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Carolina Speedway on Friday July 20, 2018 results:

Heat 1, Group A - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 2. 22b-Troy Betts[3] ; 3. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[4] ; 4. 5k-Jake Karklin[6] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[5] ; 6. 22-Shawn Murray[8] ; 7. 33-Joe Larkin[1] ; 8. 5-Justin Barger[7]

Heat 2, Group B - Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps) 1. 4s-Danny Smith[4] ; 2. 1x-Scott Hunter[3] ; 3. 23-Lance Moss[7] ; 4. 20-Nick Drake[5] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 6. 51-Jay Dunham[2] ; 7. 44-Jason Troutman[6]

Heat 3, Group C - ButlerBuilt (8 Laps) 1. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[2] ; 2. 29-Johnny Bridges[1] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 4. 4b-Bronzie Lawson IV[3] ; 5. 21b-Brandon McLain[6] ; 6. 67-Jake McLain[8] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[7] ; 8. 17-Bobby Komisarski[5]

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps) 1. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[2] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 3. 20-Nick Drake[4] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 5-Justin Barger[5]

5th Annual Joe & Jim McLain Summer Classic 2018 Round #1 - (30 Laps) FireAde main event: 1. 1x-Scott Hunter[1] ; 2. 22b-Troy Betts[2] ; 3. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[3] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 5. 4s-Danny Smith[6] ; 6. 14-Jordon Mallett[9] ; 7. 5k-Jake Karklin[10] ; 8. 21b-Brandon McLain[13] ; 9. 4b-Bronzie Lawson IV[12] ; 10. 43-Terry Witherspoon[17] ; 11. 20-Nick Drake[11] ; 12. 22-Shawn Murray[14] ; 13. 17-Bobby Komisarski[21] ; 14. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[19] ; 15. 33-Jo e Larkin[22] ; 16. 44-Jason Troutman[20] ; 17. 51-Jay Dunham[18] ; 18. 67-Jake McLain[15] ; 19. 38-Tony Agin[16] ; 20. 23-Lance Moss[5] ; 21. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[8] ; 22. 29-Johnny Bridges[7] ​DNS- 5 Justin Barger.

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars headline “Joe and Jim Summer Sprint Classic” double-header on July 20th at Carolina Speedway and July 21st at Lancaster Speedway

Atlanta, GA - July 17, 2018 - After a successful weekend event at Dixie Speedway near Atlanta, Georgia last weekend, the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters 22nd annual Outlaw Thunder Tour “rocks on” this coming weekend as the headliners of the 5th annual Joe and Jim McLain Summer Sprint Classic double-header. Both nights are set for competition at two speedways in the Charlotte, North Carolina metro area less than one hour apart. The Nationally prominent winged sprint car series visits the familiar confines of the Carolina Speedway 3/8-mile clay oval in Gastonia, North Carolina for Round #1 of the Joe and Jim Summer Sprint Classic on Friday, July 20th. On the following night, Saturday, July 21st, the USCS sprint car drivers then headline racing action in the USCS Sizzlin’ Summer Speed Spectacular at the historic Lancaster Speedway one-half mile clay oval in Lancaster, South Carolina. With Round #2 of the Joe and Jim McLain Summer Sprint Classic. Each event pays over $2200 to the winner with over $4500 possible for a sweep of the main event on both nights.

Entries from seven or more states are expected for both nights that include drivers from as far away as Arkansas and Florida. The USCS sprint cars are joined on the busy racing card by a full program of stock car racing each night as well, to create two action-packed nights of dirt oval track racing action. Spectator grandstand gates open each night at 5:00 p.m. and racing kicks off after hot laps at 8:00 p.m. each night.

For updated schedules, rules and more for the United Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097. For info and directions to and more information about Carolina Speedway please visit www.carolinaspeedway.net Additionally for information about Lancaster Speedway please check out their websat Carolina Speedway on Friday night nd ite at www.lancastersuperspeedway.com Both speedways also have pages on Facebook as does the USCS..

 

 

Jordon Mallett races to 10th Annual USCS Randy Helton Memorial Race win at Dixie Speedway on Saturday.

Woodstock, GA – July 14, 2018 – Defending United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Champion, and current points leader, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas was able to get by early-race leader and K&N Filters Pole Position starter Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee on lap seventeen and led the final ten laps to capture the 10th Annual Randy Helton Memorial Race presented by FireAde 27-lap main event at famed Dixie Speedway on Saturday night during the 2018 version of the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals. The win, which awards one of the most coveted trophies on the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour schedule each season, was Mallett’s sixth of the 2018 season in USCS competition. It was also his second Randy Helton Memorial victory as he also won the 9th Annual version of the event at East Alabama Motor Speedway last season. The trip to the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane was worth $2727 to the still young driver who was the 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year.

Turpen who was the 2010 USCS National Rookie of the Year crossed the finish line in the runner-up spot. She also was going for her career-second win of the Randy Helton Memorial Race as she was the event Champion of the 2011 and 3rd annual event. At that time, she was in her Sophomore season with USCS and the win in the Helton memorial was her career-first USCS sprint car win. She was also the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals 2016 Champion.

The 2017 Dixie Sprint Car Nationals Champion, Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina finished in the K&N Filters Podium Award third position. The eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry gray from Bartlett, Tennessee finished in fourth place and Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina completed the top five.

Young gun Nick Drake from Concord, North Carolina led the next group of drivers in sixth place. The 2017 USCS Rookie of the Year, Brandon Taylor finished in the seventh position, followed by, Justin Barger from Montrose, New York in eighth place. Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia followed Barger in ninth place. Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama rounded out the top ten drivers from the nineteen- car starting field.

In the evening’s preliminary action, Terry Gray kicked off the night’s USCS sprint car action by winning the 6-lap USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Mallett kicked off his good fortunes with a win in the 8-lap Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Justin Barger claimed the victory in the 8-lap Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Gray came back on the racing surface again to race to victory in the Butlerbuilt Third Heat Race. USCS veteran driver, Aubrey Black from Lookout Mountain, Georgia claimed the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for passing the most cars in the main event (six).

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers next invade Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, North Carolina on Friday, July 29th to kick off the 3rdd Annual Joe and Jim McLain Summer Sprint Classic with Round #1 of the two-night Carolinas double-header. On the following night the series returns to Lancaster Speedway in Lancaster, South Carolina for Round #2 of the 3rdd Annual Joe and Jim McLain Summer Sprint Classic.

For USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour info and rules please visit www.uscsracing.com

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing and the great people at Hero Graphics.

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters10th Annual Randy Helton Memorial Race presented by FireAde at Dixie Speedway on Saturday, July 14, 2018 results:

Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 20-Nick Drake[2] ; 3. 67t-Brian Thomas[4] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 5. 67m-Jake McLain[3] ; 6. 21-Aubrey Black[7] ; 7. 29o-Jeff Oliver[5]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps) 1. 5-Justin Barger[3] ; 2. 47 Heat 2 -Eric Riggins Jr.[4] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[1] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 6. 29b-Johnny Bridges[6]

Butlerbuilt Third Heat (8 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 2. 23-Lance Moss[3] ; 3. 07-Brandon Taylor[4] ; 4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[2] ; 5. 7j-Gregg Jones[6] ; 6. 17-Bobby Komisarski[1]

USCS Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 3. 23-Lance Moss[2] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[1]

10th Annual Randy Helton Memorial Race Maon Eent- (27 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3], Greenbrier, AR 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1], Corodva, TN 3. 47-Eric Riggins, Jr.[4], Charlotte, NC 4. 10-Terry Gray[6], Bartlett, TN 5. 23-Lance Moss[2], Cherryville, NC 6. 20-Nick Drake[7], Concord, NC 7. 07-Brandon Taylor[9], Cumming, GA 8. 5-Justin Barger[5], Montrose, NY 9. 67t-Brian Thomas[8], Pendergrass, GA 10. 29a-Kyle Amerson[12], Montgomery, AL 11. 29b-Johnny Bridges[16], Cherryville, NC 12. 28-Jeff Willingham[10], Ripley, MS 13. 21-Aubrey Black[19], Lookout Mountain, GA 14. 29o-Jeff Oliver[18], Pendergrass, GA 15. 67m-Jake McLain[14], Indian Trail, NC 16. 7j-Gregg Jones[11], Navarre, FL 17. Bobby Komisarski[17], Clover, SC 18. 38-Tony Agin[15], Ft. Myers, FL 19. 33-Joe Larkin[13]​, Suwanee, GA

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards for 7/14/18: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Terry Gray Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Jordon Mallett Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Justin Barger Butlerbuilt Third Heat: Terry Gray K&N Filters Pole Award: Morgan Turpen JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (2nd place) Morgan Turpen K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Eric Riggins, Jr. Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: (passed most cars in A-Main) PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (4th place) Terry Gray Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Nick Drake Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Brandon Taylor DHR Suspension 8th place Award: Justin Barger DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Kyle Amerson

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 Email: peteuscs@att.net

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars set for Dixie Speedway Sprint Car Nationals invasion this Saturday (July 14th)

July 12, 2018 - Atlanta, GA - Wild and exciting winged outlaw sprint car racing will headline the racing program at Dixie Speedway on Saturday, July 14th at 7:00 pm. The K&N Filters sponsored United Sprint Car Series "Outlaw Thunder" Tour presented by K&N Filters www.uscsracing.com winged sprint cars will roar into the fast 3/8-mile high-banked red-clay tri-oval for the 2018 version of the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals speed spectacular. The event is race number thirty-six on the 62-race and 22nd Annual schedule for the Nationally touring USCS drivers. The race is the only USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car event scheduled at Dixie Speedway during the 2018 season.

The event also has new significance as the speedway has been selected to host the 10th Annual Randy Helton Memorial Race presented by FireAde on Saturday night. Helton from Palmetto, Georgia was one of the series most popular drivers among his peers. He was also one of the drivers who helped pioneer the United Sprint Car Series in its early years before passing away in his early forties from a massive coronary attack nearly a decade ago. His memory has been honored each year since then at another venue. This will be the first time that the event, which is one of the most coveted victories on the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour schedule each season has been held at the historic Dixie Speedway tri-oval.
The Dixie Sprint Car Nationals also serves as the mid-season Championship Round #15 race on the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series schedule. The Dixie Speedway event will award USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers with National and USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series championship points. Entries are expected from seven or more states for the event.

One of the other top entries is the USCS defending National Champion and current points leader, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who leads the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional point standings. Mallett was the 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year. He was also the 2016 National Sprint League 360 Sprint Car Champion. Mallett is one the most recent USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winners with a visit to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane on June 29th at Columbus Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi. He has five wins so far, this season.

Expected entries for Saturday night also include several multi-time USCS Southern Thunder Tour sprint car feature winners. Those drivers include; 11-time National and multi-time Southern Thunder Tour USCS Champion Terry Gray, from Bartlett, Tennessee and former Southern Thunder regional series Champion Johnny Bridges and Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina.

Also entered and a past and present season winner is the Nation’s top female sprint car racer Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who is a two-time (2015& 2016) USCS National Champion. Turpen has won two times in 2018 USCS competition. She won nine times and led the series in wins during 2017. She is also the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals 2016 Champion.

Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida will travel North for the event to try to improve on his fifth-place position in the current National point standings. Additional expected Florida entries include the 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida.

The 2017 USCS National Rookie of the Year driver, 18-year-old, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia is the driver who will have the shortest haul to the track. Taylor hopes to capitalize on previous efforts in the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint division he had at Dixie Speedway. Taylor was the winner of the mini sprint portion of the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals the last time the USCS mini sprint division appeared with the sprint cars at the famed Woodstock, Georgia tri-oval in 2016.

Several past National and regional USCS Rookie of the Year drivers are entered include the 2012 USCS National Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi, who is fourth in the current 2018 USCS National standings and Jake McLain, who was the 2009 USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series Rookie of the Year are both entered. Additionally, Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina who was the 2017 USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series Rookie of the Year, is entered and as well. Lee Moore from Tuscaloosa, Alabama who was the 2007 USCS Southern Thunder Rookie of the Year is expected as well.

Another young gun who has had improved success in 2018 USCS competition is Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama who was the Southern Outlaw Sprints series 2016 Rookie of the Year driver. Amerson has had consistent top five finishes during 2018 USCS events as a frequent competitor.
Veteran Georgia drivers include Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia who is third in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour 2016 standings as well as veteran sprint car driver Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia who is ranked third in the USCS Southern Thunder regional standings as well as also inside the current 2018 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National top ten. Former California sprint car racer, Jeff Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia will enter the competition at Dixie Speedway on Saturday as well as long time USCS veteran driver Aubrey black from Lookout Mountain, Georgia.

The USCS winged sprint cars are joined on Saturday night racing card by a full program of racing in the three Late Model divisions including the Steelhead/525 Late Model, Crate Late Model, Late Model Sportsman and Stock Car racing in the Super Bombers and Stinger divisions as well to create an action-packed night of racing and family entertainment.

For directions to and more information about Dixie Speedway please visit www.dixiespeedway.com The track’s Race-Day and information phone line number is 770-926-5315. For updated schedules, rules and more for the United Sprint Car Series, please visit www.uscsracing.com. If you still have questions please call 770-865-6097.

 

 

Mallett streaks to USCS Summer Shootout Round #1 win at Columbus Speedway on Friday

Defending USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, AR raced into the RockAuto.com
USCS Victory Lane at Columbus Speedway on Friday night. Shane Morgan, Morgan Turpen , Jake Knight and Dale Howard completed the top five.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Car results from Columbus Speedway, Columbus, MS on Friday, June 29, 2018.

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps)
1. 01-Shane Morgan[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[4] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[7] ; 5. 07-Brandon Taylor[5] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 7. 72K-Rick Kahler[6]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps)
1. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 2. 29-Kyle Amerson[3] ; 3. 93-Jake Knight[6] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[8] ; 5. 21-Spencer Meredith[2] ; 6. 44-Ronny Howard[1] ; 7. 7j-Gregg Jones[4] ; 8. 44c-Chase Howard[7]

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)
1. 29-Kyle Amerson[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 5. 07-Brandon Taylor[6] ; 6. 01-Shane Morgan[4]

FireAde 2000 A-Main - (25 Laps)
1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 01-Shane Morgan[3] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6] ; 4. 93-Jake Knight[2] ; 5. 47-Dale Howard[8] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[7] ; 7. 07-Brandon Taylor[9] ; 8. 29-Kyle Amerson[5] ; 9. 38-Tony Agin[11] ; 10. 72K-Rick Kahler[13] ; 11. 21-Spencer Meredith[10] ; 12. 44c-Chase Howard[14] ; 13. 28-Jeff Willingham[4] ; 14. 44-Ronny Howard[12] ; DNS 7j Gregg Jones ; DNS 12m Greg Merritt.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Sprint Car speed spectacular headlines “Battle at the Bullring” racing action at Columbus Speedway on Friday, June 29th.

Atlanta, GA – June 27, 2018 – The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars headline the “Battle at the Bullring” racing card at historic Columbus Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi on Friday night. with the invasion of the fastest race cars to ever touch its racing surface. The USCS “Battle at the Bullring” sprint car speed spectacular this Friday is the only scheduled visit of the 2018 season for the winged sprint car series at the historic one-third mile clay oval.

The event is the 30th race on the 60 plus race USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National championship 2018 schedule. The event will award USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Championship points as well as, points towards both the USCS Deep South Thunder and USCS Mid-South Thunder regional series championships. The USCS Deep South regional series competes primarily in Mississippi and Alabama plus Florida and Louisiana. The USCS Mid-South regional series competes in Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee. The event at Columbus Speedway is expected to draw some of the top ranked drivers in North America.

The exotic USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars weight only 1300 pounds with 700+ horsepower engines. Those two elements in addition to a huge 25 square foot top wing and seventeen-inch wide specially designed Hoosier rear race tires combine to make them the fastest cars ever to compete at the one-third mile oval. The USCS outlaw sprint cars are expected to reach speeds near 120 miles per hour around the track known as “the Bullring”.

An action packed USCS presented by K&N Filters sprint car racing program awaits fans on Friday night. The sprint car racing action will include test and tune hot laps followed by the evening's first sprint car race, the Hoosier Tire USCS Speed Dash that showcases the top six cars from the previous USCS main event in an edge-of-your-seat six-lap shootout. The dash will be followed by a series of qualifying heat races for te sprint cars. The evening’s grand finale will be the 30-lap USCS sprint car A-main event.

History making 2015 and 2016 United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee leads a strong contingent of entries expected from at least six states for the winged sprint car portion of Friday night’s racing card. Turpen made history when she became the first woman to ever be crowned Champion of a major National touring sprint car series by capturing the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour 2015 National Championship. Not only did she claim the National title but she also swept the series 2015 Championships by claiming the crown in both of the USCS regional series as well. Turpen then repeated as the series National Champion in 2016 as well. She put an exclamation point on that accomplishment by visiting the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane nine times during the 2017 season. She also captured two regional series crown in 2017 as well. She has two victories already this season.

Other expected top entries include the defending USCS National Champion and current series points leader Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who won six main events during his 2017 title run. Mallett is on track to beat that total with four trips tp the www.RockAto.com USCS Victory Lane already in 2018.

Additionally, 11-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. Gray currently trails Mallett in the National title point standings over Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Mallett who was the 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year and the 2016 National Sprint League 360 Sprint Car Champion has two wins on the season and a bunch of top five finishes to stay in the hunt for the top spot.

Shane Morgan from Biloxi, Mississippi, who has two wins this season with the United Sprint Car Series and ranks fourth in the USCS Deep South Thunder regional series point standings, is also entered as is Dale Howard from Byhli, Mississippi who has a 2018 series victory as well.

Additionally on Friday's action-packed racing card will be the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged Mini Sprints. Local business man ad hometown favorite Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi, who has been the series Champion, two times , leads the contingent of drivers expected from as far away as Florida for Friday night’s contest. Zaiontz currently leads the point standings for the series while fourteen year-od Alex Lyles is in the runner-up spot in the National division for that USCS mini sprints. Michael Hall from Knoxville, Tennessee ranks second in the USCS 600 Mid South Lightning regional series where Zaiontz leads as well.

Columbus Speedway weekly racing series action is also on the racing card on Friday night featuring the Durrence Layne (formerly Nesmith) sanctioned Late Model Sportsman and Street Stock divisions plus the Mini Stock and Factory Stock divisions.

On Friday the pit gates open at 4:00 pm with the grandstand gates opening at 5pm. The driver’s meeting is slated for 6:45 pm hot laps to follow and with racing action kicking off at 8pm sharp. Grandstand Admission is $20.00 for Adults. Youth from 6 to 11 years old are just $5. Children 5 years and under are FREE. Adult Pit Admission is $30.00

For more information, please visit the track’s Columbus Speedway Facebook page @columbusbullring For additional info on the event itself and the United Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call USCS at 770-865-6097.

 

 

Morgan Turpen races to USCS “Red Dirt Rumble” Round #2 win at Cochran Motor Speedway on Saturday.

Cochran, GA – June 23, 2018 – Two-time United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee passed early-race leader, Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina on lap ten of the 30-lap USCS Red Dirt Rumble Round #2 contest then held off several stiff challenges following three caution periods to park in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane at Cochran Motor Speedway during the USCS Saturday of Speed presented by FireAde on Saturday night. The win was Turpen’s second USCS win of the 2018 season for the driver who led the season 2017 wins column for the series with nine victories.

Lance Moss started on the K&N Filters Pole Position with young gun Chase Dunham from Leipsic, Ohio to his right outside the front row. Moss then used his starting spot to his advantage to lead the first ten laps before Turpen, who started fourth challenged him, then raced past on lap eleven into the lead. Turpen held the lead the final eighteen laps although being challenged after every one of three re-starts after caution periods to claim the victory.

Danny Martin, Jr. moved up from his sixth starting position and chased her across the finish line in the runner-up spot while eleven-time series Champion, Terry Gray claimed the K&N Filters Podium Award after finishing behind Martin in third place. Mallett, who had moved up to challenge for the lead at the halfway mark faded back to fourth place at the end. Ohio traveler, Chase Dunham who had slide back to seventh at one point, recovered to collect the final top five spot in fifth place.

Terry Witherspoon from Jacksonville, Florida led the next group in sixth place. Witherspoon spun on lap four, then, recovered from the rear of the field to finish in sixth place. Lance Moss finished in the seventh position, followed by, Matt Kurtz, also from Jacksonville, Florida in eighth place. The 2014 USCS Rookie of the Year, Brandon McLain from Indian Trail, North Carolina followed Kurtz in ninth place. Joe Larkin from Suwanee, Georgia rallied from a sixteenth place start to finish in tenth place.

In the evening’s preliminary action, Danny Martin, Jr. kicked off the night’s USCS sprint car action by winning the 6-lap USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Martin kept his good fortunes going with a win in the 8-lap Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Morgan Turpen claimed the victory in the 8-lap Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Joe Larkin claimed the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for passing the most cars in the main event (six).

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers next invade Columbus Speedway (a.k.a. the Bullring) in Columbus, Mississippi on Friday, June 29th to kick off the 2nd annual USCS Summer Shootout mini-series with Round #1. On the following night the series returns to North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, Alabama for Round #2 of the USCS Summer Shootout. Round #3 is set for Tuesday, July 3rd at Lexington 104 Speedway near Lexington, Tennessee.

The series then takes two days off before re-firing at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on Friday, July 6th for Round #4 before contesting the USCS Summer Shootout Finale with the 3rd annual USCS King of Mississippi event at Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, Mississippi on Saturday, July 7th…for USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour info and rules please visit www.uscsracing.com

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing and the great people at Hero Graphics.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Sprint Cars at Cochran Motor Speedway on Saturday, June 23, 2018 results:

Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps):
1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[3] ; 2. 51-Chase Dunham[1] ; 3. 43-Terry Witherspoon[6] ; 4. 21b-Brandon McLain[4] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[5] ; 6. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[8] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 8. 07-Brandon Taylor[7]

Brown and Miller Second Heat (8 Laps):
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 23-Lance Moss[4] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 5. 82-Matt Kurtz[7] ; 6. 67-Brian Thomas[3] ; 7. 29-Danny Oliver[8] ; 8. 33-Joe Larkin[6]

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps)
1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 82-Matt Kurtz[3] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 4. 07-Brandon Taylor[6] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[5]

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour FireAde Main Event - (30 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; Cordova, TN
2. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[6] ; Sarasota, FL
3. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; Bartlett, TN
4. 14-Jordon Mallett[7] ; Greenbrier, AR
5. 51-Chase Dunham[2] ; Leipsic, OH
6. 43-Terry Witherspoon[5] ; Jacksonville, FL
7. 23-Lance Moss[1] ; Cherryville, NC
8. 82-Matt Kurtz[8] ; Jacksonville, FL
9. 21b-Brandon McLain[9] ; Indian Trail, NC
10. 33-Joe Larkin[16] ; Suwanee, GA
11. 38-Tony Agin[11] ; Ft. Myers, FL
12. 28-Jeff Willingham[14] ; Ripley, MS
13. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[10] ; Jacksonville, FL
14. 29-Danny Oliver[12] ; San Diego, CA
15. 67-Brian Thomas[13] ; Pendergrass, GA
DNS. 07-Brandon Taylor[15]​ ; Cumming, GA


USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards for 6/22/18:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash:24 Danny Martin, Jr.
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 24 Danny Martin, Jr.
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen
K&N Filters Pole Award: 14 Jordon Mallett
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (3rd place) 24 Danny Martin, Jr.
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award:10 Terry Gray
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 33 Joe Larkin (passed most cars in A-Main)
PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (5th place) 51 Chase Dunham
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 43 Terry Witherspoon
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 23 Lance Moss
DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 92 Matt Kurtz
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 33 Joe Larkin

USCS Media contact:
Pete Walton 770-865-6097

 

 

Jordon Mallett claims USCS Red Dirt Rumble Round #1 win at Swainsboro Raceway on Friday night.

Swainsboro, GA – June 22, 2018 – Defending United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Champion and current points leader, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas bested early-race leader, Matt Kurtz from Jacksonville, Florida who led the first seventeen laps of the twenty-five lap USCS Red Dirt Rumble Round #1 contest to park in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane at Swainsboro Raceway during the USCS Freakin’ Fast Friday presented by FireAde on Friday night. It was Mallett’s fourth win of the 2018 season with the series to keep his wins column lead for the season intact.

Kurtz who started outside the front row next to Mallett, who was the K&N Filters Pole Position starter, raced into the lead on the first circuit around the beautiful 3/8 mile red-clay oval. He then proceeded to lead the first seventeen circuits of the race until, Mallett race by coming off turn two and held off the former Florida Top Gun Series Champion in his own Kurco sponsored #92 to the checkers.

Kurtz had to settle for the runner-up spot, with the evening’s Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger, Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida, who finished in the K&N Filters Podium Award Third Place. Two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee followed the trio in fourth place. The eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee rounded out the top five drivers.

The rapidly improving 2017 USCS National Rookie of the Year, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia topped the next group in sixth pace followed by young gun Chase Dunham from Leipsic, Ohio in seventh. Tony Agin from Fort Myers, Florida, who is currently fifth in the USCS National point standings finished eighth. Terry Witherspoon also from Jacksonville, Florida followed Agin in ninth place. Joe Larkin from Suwanee, Georgia, who ranked third in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series point standings coming into the event, brought his Mark Brack wrenched #33 home in tenth place.

Brandon Taylor kicked off a pretty impressive performance for him personally by winning the USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Morgan Turpen won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Brandon Taylor kept a good thing going after is Dash win by claiming victory in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Danny Martin, Jr. claimed the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for passing the most cars in the main event.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers now move across the state of Georgia just a little over an hour to Chris Martin’s Cochran Motor Speedway in Cochran, Georgia to headline another USCS “Saturday of Speed” event at the 3/8 mile facility. For more info on the track please visit www.cochranspeedway.com For USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour info please visit www.uscsracing.com

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing and the great people at Hero Graphics.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Sprint Cars at Swainsboro Speedway on Friday, June 22, 2018 results:
;
Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 3. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[3] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[8] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 7. 23-Lance Moss[9] ; 8. 28-Jeff Willingham[4] ; 9. 0x-Clint Weiss[7]

Heat 2 - Brow and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps)
1. 07-Brandon Taylor[3] ; 2. 51-Chase Dunham[5] ; 3. 82-Matt Kurtz[8] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 5. 67-Brian Thomas[9] ; 6. 21b-Brandon McLain[7] ; 7. 29-Jeff Oliver[4] ; 8. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[2] ; DNS. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[1]

Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (0 Laps)
1. 07-Brandon Taylor[2] ; 2. 23-Lance Moss[4] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[1] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6]

A-Main - (25 Laps)
1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; Greenbriar, AR K&N Pole Award
2. 82-Matt Kurtz[2] ; Jacksonville, FL Bell Helmet Focus Award
3. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[8] ; Sarasota, FL Wilwood Hard Charger Award/ K&N Podium Award
4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; Cordova, TN
5. 10-Terry Gray[10] ; Bartlett, TN
6. 07-Brandon Taylor[4] ; Cumming, GA Saldana 6th Award
7. 51-Chase Dunham[5] ; Leipsic, OH Pyrotect 7th Award
8. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; Fort Myers, FL DHR 8th Place Award
9. 43-Terry Witherspoon[7] ; Jacksonville, FL
10. 33-Joe Larkin[11] ; Suwanee, GA DMI Top 10 Award
11. 23-Lance Moss[13] ; Cherryville, NC
12. 67-Brian Thomas[9] ; Pendergrass, GA
13. 21b-Brandon McLain[12] ; Indian Trail, NC
14. 29-Jeff Oliver[14] ; Pendergrass, GA
15. 28-Jeff Willingham[15] ; Ripley, MS
16. 0x-Clint Weiss[16] ; Jesup, GA
17. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[17]; Jacksonville, FL
DNS - 99 Tanner Witherspoon; Jacksonville, FL​

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards for 6/22/18:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 07t Brandon Taylor
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 07t Brandon Taylor
K&N Filters Pole Award: 14 Jordon Mallett
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (3rd place) 24 Danny Martin, Jr.
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award:24 Danny Martin, Jr.
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 4 Danny Smith (passed most cars in A-Main)
PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (4th place) 10m Morgan Turpen
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 07t Brandon Taylor
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 51 Chase Dunham
DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 38 Tony Agin
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 33 Joe Larkin

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars set for “Red Dirt Rumble” double-header on Friday at
Swainsboro Raceway and Saturday at Cochran Motor Speedway

Atlanta, GA – June 20, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters 22nd annual Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters “rocks on” this coming weekend in Georgia for the USCS ”Red Dirt Rumble” double-header. Both nights are set for competition at two speedways in the Middle Georga area a little over an one hour apart. The Nationally prominent winged sprint car series visits the confines of the Swainsboto Raceway’s 3/8-mile red clay oval in Swainsboro, Georgia for Round #1 of the Red Dirt Rumble on Friday, June 22nd. On the following night, Saturday, June 23rd, the USCS sprint car drivers then headline racing action in the Round #2 final at the historic Cochran Motor Speedway 3/8 mile oval in Cochran, Georgia. Each event pays $2000 to the winner with $4300 possible for a sweep of the Hoosier Speed Dash and main event each night.

Entries from seven or more states are expected for both nights that include drivers from as far away as Arkansas, The expected entries include a number of multi-time USCS sprint car winners including the defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkanas who has won three times this season. Mallett currently leads the USCS National point standings.
Two-time series National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee will join Mallett at the top of the entry list. She had nine series wins in 2017 to lead the series win column. Another potent entry is 11-time USCS National Champion and Turpen’s team-mate, Terry Gray, from Bartlett, Tennessee , who s a previous winner at at the Cochran Motor Speedway.

The USCS sprint cars are joined on the busy racing card by a full program of late model and stock car racing each night as well, to create two action-packed nights of dirt oval track racing action. Spectator grandstand gates open each night at 5:00 p.m. and racing kicks off after hot laps at 8:00 p.m. each night.

For updated schedules, rules and more for the United Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097. For info and directions to and more information about Swainsboro Raceway please visit www. SwainsboroRaceway.com
Additionally for information about Cochran Motor Speedway please check out their website at www.cochranspeedway.com Both speedways also have pages on Facebook.

 

 

Trey Starks claims USCS “Fast Friday” win at Lavonia Speedway on Friday night.

Lavonia, GA – June 15, 2018 – Puyallup, Washington’s Trey Starks made an appearance at Lavonia Speedway for the USCS Fast Friday presented by FireAde on Friday night. The young driver who has spent most of the last year and this season racing the tough Pennsylvania sprint car circuit raced from outside the front row into the lead past early race leader and K&N Filters Pole Position starter Kyle Amerson from Matthews, Alabama on lap nine. He then held off defending United Sprint Car Series National Champion Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas as the two battled side by side for the final 10 laps through lapped traffic that just happened to fall in Starks favor off the final turn to park his #44 Textron Off Road J&J Auto Racing sprint car in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane.

Mallett actually took the lead several times mid-lap and lead the field past the flag stand to receive the white flag . But, Starks who said he was driving as hard as he could go to hold off the Arkansas hot-shoe drove underneath Mallett entering turn one in a group of cars he and Mallett were trying to lap. Mallett then stayed high going into the final two turns and Starks took the low line. A lapped car moved up to avoid Starks and slowed Mallett enough to allow Starks to win the drag race off turn four to the flag stand and claim the win in one of the most exciting finishes in the 22-year history of the series.

Jordon Mallett claimed the runner-up spot, with Kyle Amerson impressing with another solid performance finishing in the K&N Filters Podium Award Third Place. Two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee followed the trio in fourth place. The eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee rounded out the top five drivers.

Sprint Car Hall of Famer, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio led the next in sixth pace followed by the evening’s USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash winner, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia in seventh. Brian Thomas fom Pendergrass, Georgia finished in eighth place. Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina followed in ninth place and Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida rounded out the top ten.

The 2017 USCS Rookie of the Year, Brandon Taylor won the USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash to kick off the action, Terry Gray won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and Trey Starks claim the victory in te Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat race. Danny Smith claimed the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for passing the most cars in the main event.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers now move across the state of Georgia to Blue Ridge Motorsports Park in Ble Ridge, Georgia for another USCS Saturday of Speed event at the 1/3 mile facility. For more info on the track please visit www.blueridgemotorsportsark.com For USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour info please visit www.uscsracing.com

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing and the great people at Hero Graphics. USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Sprint Cars at Lavonia Speedway on Friday, June 15, 2018 results:

Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 29-Kyle Amerson[2] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 4. 07-Brandon Taylor[3] ; 5. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 6. 23-Lance Moss[7] ; 7. 83-Bob Auld[6]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps) 1. 44-Trey Starks[1] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 3. 67-Brian Thomas[4] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[5] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[3]

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps) 1. 07-Brandon Taylor[2] ; 2. 29-Kyle Amerson[4] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[1] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6]

FireAde USCS A-Main 1 - (25 Laps): 1. 44-Trey Starks[2] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 3. 29-Kyle Amerson[1] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[9] ; 7. 07-Brandon Taylor[7] ; 8. 67-Brian Thomas[6] ; 9. 23-Lance Moss[11] ; 10. 38-Tony Agin[10] ; 11. 28-Jeff Willingham[8] ; 12. 33-Joe Larkin[12] ; 13. 83-Bob Auld[13]

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash:07t Brandon Taylor Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10 Terry Gray Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 44 Trey Starks K&N Filters Pole Award: 29 Kyle Amerson JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (1st place) 44 Trey Starks K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 29 Kyle Amerson Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 4 Danny Smith (passed most cars in A-Main) PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (2nd place) 14 Jordon Mallett Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award:4 Danny Smith Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 07t Brandon Taylor DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 67 Brian Thomas DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 38 Tony Agin

 

 

Morgan Turpen races to victory in Hub City HAVOC at Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday

Hattiesburg, MS – June 8, 2018 – Two-time United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee raced from outside the second row into the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane on Friday night at Hattiesburg Speedway to gather the $2000 top prize and collect her first series win of the 2018 season. She became the sixteenth different winner in the first twenty USCS contests during the current season.

Turpen’s team-mate and eleven-time series Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee grabbed the lead from K&N Filters Pole Position starter Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida on lap two of the twenty-five lap main event. Gray then led the main event until lap sixteen when, Turpen shot past on the inside entering turn three to take the lead and never looked back on her way to victory lane.

Gray who discovered his right rear tire was flat in post-race inspection followed his team-mate to the finish line in the runner-up spot. The defending USCS National Champion and current points leader, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas chased to lead duo to the finish line in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place.

Another Arkansas traveler, Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas raced across the line in fourth place. The 2017 sprint car USCS Rookie of the Year driver, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia rounded out the top five. Taylor had collected the most passing points in the heat race qualifying events and then had to start sixth after Engler Machine and Tool First Heat winner Skinner drew a six in the K&N Filtes Pole Award dice roll.

USCS Sprint Speedweek Round #2 (Jackson Motor Speedway) winner, Shane Morgan from Biloxi, Mississippi, led the next group of drivers in sixth place. Joey Schmidt from nearby Ellisville, Mississippi followed in seventh place. Second year driver, Jake Knight from Georgetown, Mississippi was the eighth-place finisher with Tony Agin just behind him in ninth place. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi rounded out the top-ten.

In preliminary action, Jordon Mallett kicked off the action by winning the USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. As previously mentioned, Marshall Skinner won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Race. Terry Gray collected the victory in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat race. Jake Knight advanced the most positions in the main event to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is on this Saturday night (June 9th) when the USCS visits the 3/8-mile ECM Speedway in Bremen, Alabama (www.ecmspeedway.net) for the very first time.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, and the great people at Hero Graphics.

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday, June 8, 2018 results:

USCS Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps)1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 4. 26-Marshall Skinner[4] ; 5. 01-Shane Morgan[6] ; 6. 93-Jake Knight[5]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps) 1. 26-Marshall Skinner[4] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[8] ; 4. 01-Shane Morgan[2] ; 5. 1s-Joey Schmidt[7] ; 6. B52-Bill Mason[6] ; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[1] ; 8. 12m-Greg Merritt[5]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 07-Brandon Taylor[7] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 4. 28-Jeff Willingham[2] ; 5. 44c-Chase Howard[5] ; 6. 93-Jake Knight[3] ; 7. 88-Brandon Blenden[6]

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour FireAde A-Main 1 (25 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; Cordova, TN 2. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; Bartlett, TN 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; Greenbrier, AR 4. 26-Marshall Skinner[5] ; Marion, AR 5. 07-Brandon Taylor[6] ; Cumming, GA 6. 01-Shane Morgan[8] ; Biloxi, MS 7. 1s-Joey Schmidt[7] ; Ellisville, MS 8. 93-Jake Knight[12] ; Georgetown, MS 9. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; Ft. Myers, FL 10. 28-Jeff Willingham[9] ; Ripley, MS 11. B52-Bill Mason[11] ; Richland, MS 12. 44-Ronny Howard[14] ; Nesbit, MS 13. 44c-Chase Howard[10] ; Nesbit, MS 14. 88-Brandon Blenden[13] ; Gulfport, MS 15. 12m-Greg Merritt[15] ​; Nesbit, MS

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 14 Jordon allett Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 26 Marshall Skinner Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 10 Terry Gray K&N Filters Pole Award: 38 Tony Agin JE Pistons Top Guns Award (5th place) 26 Marshall Skinner K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 14 Jordon Mallett Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 93 Jake Knight (passed 4 cars in A-Main) PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (1st place) 10m Morgan Turpen Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award:01 Shane Morgan Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 1s Joey Schmidt DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 93 Jake Knight DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award:28 Jeff Willingham

 

 

 

Howard Moore charged to victory in the 30-lap United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 2018 USCS Sprint Speedweek presented by FireAde Round #7 Finale at Riverside International Speedway on Saturday night. Here are the quick results:

USCS Hoosier Tire SpeedDash(6 Laps)1. 9jr-Derek Hagar[1] ; 2. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 3. 3-Sammy Swindell[2] ; 4. 14 T-Tony Stewart[3] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 6. 84-Brandon Hanks[4] Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 2one-Kevin Hinkle[1] ; 2. 21 c-Carson Short[6] ; 3. 40-Howard Moore[7] ; 4. 21b-Brandon Hinkle[5] ; 5. 72K-Rick Kahler[3] ; 6. 6-Sean Hosey[2] ; 7. 10k-Dewayne White[4]

Heat 2 - BMRS Race Hose & Fittings (8 Laps) 1. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 14 T-Tony Stewart[2] ; 3. 26-Marshall Skinner[6] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 5. 07-Brandon Taylor[5] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[3] ; 7. 84-Brandon Hanks[8] ; 8. 93-Jake Knight[7]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps) 1. 8z-Zach Pringle[1] ; 2. 44c-Chase Howard[5] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[7] ; 4. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[6] ; 5. 29-Kyle Amerson[8] ; 6. 12m-Greg Merritt[4] ; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[2] ; 8. 52-Cody Karl[3]

Heat 4 - Schoenfeld Headers (8 Laps) 1. 3-Sammy Swindell[1] ; 2. 9jr-Derek Hagar[3] ; 3. 88R-Cody Gardner[4] ; 4. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 5. 88-Tim Crawley[5] ; 6. 5-Justin Barger[6] ; 7. 21 m-Spencer Meredith[7]

FireAde B-Main 1 - (12 Laps) 1. 88-Tim Crawley[3] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 3. 5-Justin Barger[4] ; 4. 21b-Brandon Hinkle[1] ; 5. 10k-Dewayne White[7] ; 6. 12m-Greg Merritt[5] ; 7. 6-Sean Hosey[6] ; 8. 47-Dale Howard[8]

Enforcer B-Main 2 - (12 Laps) 1. 07-Brandon Taylor[2] ; 2. 72K-Rick Kahler[3] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 4. 44-Ronny Howard[6] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[4] ; 6. 52-Cody Karl[7] ; 7. 21 m-Spencer Meredith[5]

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour A-Main 1 - (30 Laps) 1. 40-Howard Moore[4] ; 2. 3-Sammy Swindell[9] ; 3. 88-Tim Crawley[15] ; 4. 9jr-Derek Hagar[10] ; 5. 14 T-Tony Stewart[11] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[17] ; 7. 26-Marshall Skinner[2] ; 8. 21 c-Carson Short[6] ; 9. 91A-Ernie Ainsworth[13] ; 10. 14 m-Jordon Mallett[7] ; 11. 29-Kyle Amerson[14] ; 12. 21b-Brandon Hinkle[20] ; 13. 07-Brandon Taylor[16] ; 14. 2one-Kevin Hinkle[1] ; 15. 38-Tony Agin[19] ; 16. 28-Jeff Willingham[22] ; 17. 44c-Chase Howard[5] ; 18. 72K-Rick Kahler[18] ; 19. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 20. 88R-Cody Gardner[12] ; 21. 44-Ronny Howard[21] ; 22. 8z-Zach Pringle[8]

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Sprint Car results from Magnolia Motor Speedway on Friday, June 1, 2018:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 2. 29-Kyle Amerson[4] ; 3. 93-Jake Knight[5] ; 4. 21m-Daniel Moore[3] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[1] ; 6. 17b-Shelby Brown[6]

Heat 2 - BMRS(8 Laps)
1. 3-Sammy Swindell[7] ; 2. 9jr-Derek Hagar[6] ; 3. 5-Justin Barger[1] ; 4. 01-Shane Morgan[4] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 6. 44c-Chase Howard[5] ; 7. 52-Cody Karl[3]

Heat 3 – Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)
1. 14-Tony Stewart[2] ; 2. 84-Brandon Hanks[1] ; 3. 40-Howard Moore[4] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[6] ; 6. 12m-Greg Merritt[3]

Heat 4 – FireAde (8 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[7] ; 4. 39-Brad Bowden[6] ; 5. 10k-Dewayne White[3] ; 6. 44-Ronny Howard[4] ; 7. 7j-Gregg Jones[5] ; 8. B52-Bill Mason[8]

DASH - (6 Laps)
1. 14-Tony Stewart[2] ; 2. 3-Sammy Swindell[4] ; 3. 9jr-Derek Hagar[3] ; 4. 47-Dale Howard[5] ; 5. 26-Marshall Skinner[6] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[1]

Schoenfeld Headers B-Main 1 - (15 Laps)
1. 01-Shane Morgan[1] ; 2. 26-Marshall Skinner[3] ; 3. 21m-Daniel Moore[2] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[5] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 6. 12m-Greg Merritt[9] ; 7. 44-Ronny Howard[8] ; 8. 17b-Shelby Brown[13] ; 9. 7j-Gregg Jones[10] ; 10. 10k-Dewayne White[4] ; 11. 44c-Chase Howard[7] ; 12. 88-Brandon Blenden[12] ; 13. 52-Cody Karl[11]

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters A-Main during the 13th annual USCS Sprint Speedweek presented by Fireade:

1 - (30 Laps)
1. 9jr-Derek Hagar[2] ;
2. 3-Sammy Swindell[1] ;
3. 14-Tony Stewart[5] ;
4. 84-Brandon Hanks[10] ;
5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[7] ;
6. 14-Jordon Mallett[13] ;
7. 40-Howard Moore[11] ;
8. 4-Danny Smith[9] ;
9. 10-Terry Gray[4] ;
10. 5-Justin Barger[14] ;
11. 39-Brad Bowden[12] ;
12. 47-Dale Howard[3] ;
13. 29-Kyle Amerson[6] ;
14. 26-Marshall Skinner[16] ;
15. 93-Jake Knight[8] ;
16. 01-Shane Morgan[15] ;
17. 38-Tony Agin[18] ;
18. 28-Jeff Willingham[19] ;
19. 21m-Daniel Moore[17] ;
20. 12m-Greg Merritt[20] ;
21. 44-Ronny Howard[21] ;
22. 44c-Chase Howard[23] ;
23. 17b-Shelby Brown[22]
DNS 52 Cody Karl
DNS b52 Bill Mason
DNS 7j Greg Jones
DNS 10k Dewayne White
DNS 88 Brandon Blenden
DNS 07 Brandon Taylor


www.rocauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series Mini Sprint results from Magnolia Motor Speedway on Friday, June 1, 2018:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (6 Laps)
1. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[3] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[2] ; 3. 19-Jim Kradel[5] ; 4. 33-Don R Quinn[1] ; 5. 14-Bob Trapino[6] ; 6. 33d-Don T Quinn[4]

Heat 2 – BMRS (6 Laps)
1. 13-Kyle Carpenter[3] ; 2. 33-Michael Hall[1] ; 3. 17-Alex Lyles[5] ; 4. d14-Darl Parvin[2] ; 5. 21-Chase Garner[4]

DASH – USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (5 Laps)
1. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[4] ; 2. 33-Don R Quinn[2] ; 3. 3-Trynt Lloyd[3] ; 4. 17-Alex Lyles[5] ; 5. 33-Michael Hall[1] ; 6. 33d-Don T Quinn[6]

A-Main (20 Laps)
1. 17-Alex Lyles[1] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[5] ; 3. 33-Michael Hall[6] ; 4. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[4] ; 5. 14-Bob Trapino[7] ; 6. 21-Chase Garner[10] ; 7. 33d-Don T Quinn[11] ; 8. d14-Darl Parvin[8] ; 9. 13-Kyle Carpenter[3] ; 10. 19-Jim Kradel[2] ; 11. 33-Don R Quinn[9]​

 

 

Magnolia Motor Speedway snaps back into action Friday, June 1st with the “USCS Fast Friday” Speed Explosion and USCS Sprint Car Speedweek Round #6.

Columbus, Mississippi (05/29/18) – Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi snaps right back into action after it's Memorial Day weekend special event with another big one THIS Friday, June 1st with the USCS “Fast Friday” Speed Explosion special event.

On this Friday night (June 1st) Magnolia Motor Speedway hosts a racing program headlined by the United Sprint Car Series 22nd Anniversary USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars. The USCS will be at “The MAG’ contesting Round #6 (of seven) of the 13th Annual USCS Sprint Car Speedweek presented by FireAde.

The United Sprint Car Series will be making their 2nd and final visit of the 2018 season at the MAG on Friday. Three-time NASCAR Champion and former Indy 500 winner, Tony Stewart won the March 3rd Frostbuster season opener in his #14 sprint car on March 3rd.

Additionally on FRIDAY's action-packed racing card that has nearly $25,000 in prize money up for grabs will be the Durrence Layne (Nesmith) Dirt Late Models, the RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints, and the Durrence Layne (Nesmith) 602 Late Model Sportsman and Street Stocks and the Factory Stocks.

On Friday night the pit gate and grandstand gates opening at 4:30 pm. The driver’s meeting is slated for 6:30pm with racing action kicking off at 7:30pm. Grandstand Admission is $20. Children 10 years and under are FREE. Adult Pit Admission is $35.

Magnolia Motor Speedway is located approximately 5 miles West of Columbus, Mississippi just South of the intersection of U.S. 82 and U.S. 45 South at 495 Hwy. 45 South, Columbus, MS 39701.

For more information please, visit www.magnoliadirt.com or call Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572, the Track at 662-240-3478 or Pete Walton with USCS at 770-865-6097.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Talladega Short Track on Thursday, May 31, 2018 for the USCS Sprint Speedweek 2018 presented by FireAde Roud #5 results:

DASH - Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 47-Dale Howard[5] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 6. 01-Shane Morgan[4]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. 4-Danny Smith[1] ; 2. 26-Marshall Skinner[3] ; 3. 47-Dale Howard[6] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[7] ; 5. 01-Shane Morgan[2] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 7. 52-Cody Karl[4] ; 8. 18j-RJ Jacobs[8]

Heat 2 - BMRS (8 Laps)
1. 14-Tony Stewart[3] ; 2. 3-Sammy Swindell[4] ; 3. 9jr-Derek Hagar[6] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[7] ; 5. 29-Jeff Oliver[1] ; 6. 93-Jake Knight[5] ; 7. 44c-Chase Howard[2]

Heat 3 - Butlerbuilt (8 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 21b-Brandon McLain[5] ; 3. 28-Jeff Willingham[6] ; 4. 10k-Dewayne White[7] ; 5. 44-Ronny Howard[3] ; 6. 1s-Joey Schmidt[4] ; 7. 12m-Greg Merritt[2]


USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters A-Main (30 Laps) results:
1. 3-Sammy Swindell[4] ;
2. 9jr-Derek Hagar[2] ;
3. 14-Tony Stewart[6] ;
4. 4-Danny Smith[7] ;
5. 47-Dale Howard[3] ;
6. 26-Marshall Skinner[9] ;
7. 10m-Morgan Turpen[8] ;
8. 10-Terry Gray[10] ;
9. 14-Jordon Mallett[11] ;
10. 01-Shane Morgan[14] ;
11. 28-Jeff Willingham[1] ;
12. 93-Jake Knight[17] ;
13. 21b-Brandon McLain[5] ;
14. 33-Joe Larkin[16] ;
15. 10k-Dewayne White[12] ;
16. 44c-Chase Howard[20] ;
17. 18j-RJ Jacobs[22] ;
18. 44-Ronny Howard[13] ;
19. 29-Jeff Oliver[15] ;
20. 12m-Greg Merritt[21] ;
21. 52-Cody Karl[19] ;
DNS: 1s-Joey Schmidt[18]

www.rockauto.com USCS Sprint Car Series Winged Mini Sprints at Talledega Short Track on Thursday, May 31, 2018 results:

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps)
1. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[5] ; 2. 33-Michael Hall[7] ; 3. 3-Trynt Lloyd[4] ; 4. 14-Bob Trapino[8] ; 5. 17-Alex Lyles[6] ; 6. 33-Don R Quinn[1] ; 7. 21-Chase Garner[3] ; 8. 33d-Don T Quinn[2]

Mid-South DASH - Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (4 Laps)
1. 33-Michael Hall[2] ; 2. 21-Chase Garner[1] ; 3. 17-Alex Lyles[3] ; 4. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[4]

South East DASH - Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (5 Laps)
1. 17-Alex Lyles[1] ; 2. 14-Bob Trapino[3] ; 3. 33-Don R Quinn[2] ; 4. 3-Trynt Lloyd[4] ; 5. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[6] ; 6. 33-Michael Hall[5]

A-Main 1 (20 Laps)
1. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[1] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[4] ; 3. 33-Don R Quinn[6] ; 4. 33-Michael Hall[2] ; 5. 17-Alex Lyles[5] ; 6. 33d-Don T Quinn[8] ; 7. 14-Bob Trapino[3] ; 8. 21-Chase Garner[7]​

 

 

Shane Morgan races to career-first USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour win at Jackson

Jackson, MS – May 26, 2018 – Shane Morgan from Biloxi, Mississippi charged past early race-leader and K&N Filters Pole Position starter Dale Howard from Byhalia, Mississippi into the lead after a re-start following a caution for a spun car. From that point Morgan held off hard charging Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas for a career-first United Sprint Car Series win in the USCS Sprint Car Speedweek Round #2 event at Jackson Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

Before Morgan parked his car in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane he had to endure a green-white-checker finish at the end after a caution for another spinning car that brought out the second caution of the race. With Marshall Skinner line up on is rear bumper, and veteran Hall of Famer Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio in third place in the order, Dale Howard and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee behind him for the re-start, Morgan He then charged the final two laps to the finish line.

Skinner kept the runner-up position followed by Smith in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Turpen got past Dale Howard for fourth place and Howard rounded out the top five. Eleven-time USCS Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee was sixth followed by the defending series Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas in seventh. Jake Knight from Georgetown, Mississippi followed in eighth place. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi was ninth and Ronny Howard from Nesbit, Mississippi completed the top ten finishers.

Morgan Turpen kicked off the evenings action by winning both the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash for the USCS Mid-South regional series and the USCS Deep South regional series dash as well . Marshall Skinner won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Danny Smith got the victory in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat Race. Ronny Howard garnered the evening’s Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award. Dale Howard collected the K&N Filters Pole Award. Morgan urpen was the FireAde high-points earner after the qualifying heat races.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing and the great people at Hero Graphics. USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Sprint Car Results from Jackson Motor Speedway on Saturday, May 26, 2018 USCS Sprint Car Main Event 25 laps: 01 - Shane Morgan, Biloxi, MS 2. 26 - Marshall Skinner, Marion, AR 3. 4 - Danny Smith, Chillicothe, OH 4. 10m - Morgan Turpen, Cordova, TN 5. 47 - Dale Howard, Byhalia, MS 6. 10 - Terry Gray, Bartlett, TN 7. 14 - Jordon Mallett, Greenbriar, AR 8. 93 - Jake Knight, Georgetown, MS 9. 28 - Jeff Willingham, Ripley, MS 10. 44 - Ronny Howard, Nesbit, MS 11. 21 - Spencer Meredith, Hernando, MS 12. 40 - Howard Moore, Memphis, TN 13. 44c - Chase Howard, Nesbit, MS 14. B52 - Bill Mason, Richland, MS USCS Hoosier Speed Dash for the Mid-South regional series. 1. 10m Morgan Turpen; 2. 14 Jordon Mallett; 3. 10 Terry Gray; 4. 26 Marshall Skinner; 5. 47 Dale Howard; 6. 28 Jeff Willingham.

USCS Hoosier Speed Dash for the Deep South regional series. 1. 10m Morgan Turpen; 2. 14 Jordon Mallett; 3. 10 Terry Gray; 4. 01 Shane Morgan; 5. 4 Danny Smith; 6. 28 Jeff Willingham.

Heat Race Winners Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 Winner: 26- Marshall Skinner Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 Winner: 4- Danny Smith

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash Mid-South: 10m Morgan Turpen USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash Deep South:10m Morgan Turpen Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 26 Marshall Skinner Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 4 Danny Smith K&N Filters Pole Award: 47 Dale Howard JE Pistons Top Guns Award (1st place) 01 Shane Morgan K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award:4 Danny Smith Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 44 Ronny Howard PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (3rd place) 4 Danny Smith Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 10 Terry Gray Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award:14 Jordon Mallett DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 93 Jake Knight DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 44 Ronny Howard

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 Email: peteuscs@att.net

 

 

USCS Sprint Speedweek 2018 set to resume at Jackson Motor Speedway on Saturday night (5/26).

Atlanta, GA - May 25, 2018 - The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters is set to resume it’s and kickoff 13th annual USCS Sprint Speedweek presented by FireAde at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Mississippi during the 20th Annual Ival Cooper Memorial at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, MS on Saturday May 26, 2018 at 7pm. The series was rained out on Friday night at Hattieburg Speedway for Friday night for what was to be the mini-tour’s opener. With six races to go over the next eight nights everyone involved has their fingers crossed for good weather for the balance of the week.

On Sunday night the mini-series continues at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS. The 1st weekend portion then os set to conclude at Lexington 104 Speedway near Lexington, TN with it’s 12th annual Monday Motor Madness event on Monday (Memorial Day) @ 7pm.
After a two day break the mini-tour picks back up with events at Talledega Short Track in Eastabofa, Alabama on Thursday, May 31st before traveling back into Mississippi for Round #6 at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi on Friday, June 1st. The finale is set to happen at historic Riverisde Int. Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas on Saturday, June 2nd.

Drivers from at least eight to nine different states are expected to compete during the USCS Sprint Speedweek 2018 contests. The 2017 Speedweek Champion was 2013 USCS National Champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas.

For more information, a complete USCS racing schedule, rules and more, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

Flomaton Speedway hosts USCS Hurricane Hustle II for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars on Friday, May 18th

Atlanta, GA – May 12, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters invades Flomaton Speedway in Flomaton, Alabama for the USCS Hurricane Hustle II sprint car speed spectacular this coming Friday night (May 18th) . The event is headlined by the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars and the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged outlaw mini sprints in a USCS double-header event on Friday, My 18th. The event is literally a "Smorgasbord of Speed" featuring a full night of high speed action at South Alabama’s favorite ¼ mile Bullring. Race teams and race fans will be treated to a full menu of early season speed contests with racing in six of the area's most popular racing divisions for just one ticket price.

The event includes the only second-ever visit of the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car series to the speedway. This is the only scheduled 2018 season appearance for the USCS "Outlaw Thunder" Tour winged sprint cars at Flomaton Speedway.

The racing action kicks off on Friday night at 8:00 pm with a full racing program in all six divisions including the 120+ mile per hour USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars, the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint, Pure Stock, Tuner/Stinger and Jr. Slingshot divisions. The popular Vintage Cars will be making one of their rare Flomaton Speedway appearances in Round #1 of the two-night USCS sponsored “Vintage Voodoo” double-header weekend for that racing division as well.

Drivers from 8 states are pre-entered for the only 2018 appearance of the USCS sprint cars at Flomaton Speedway. Those pre-entered include several of the nation’s top ranked drivers like two-time (2015 and 2016) USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen, from Cordova, Tennessee, who had two of her nine 2017 USCS feature wins come when she parked her #10m sprint car in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane on both nights of the inaugural USCS Hurricane Hustle on Easter weekend in 2017.

Also entered is the defending (2017) USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Mallett had six USCS feature wins on the way to his first USCS National Championship. He was also the series’ 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year and the National Sprint League 2016 National Champion. Both Turpen and Mallett were recognized in the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Driver of the Year 2017 poll as drivers in the top ten of the final rankings. Turpen was 5th out of 3500 drivers considered in North America and Mallett landed a tenth-place finish in the same poll.

Eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who finished in second place in the series 2017 National standings is entered as well. Gray is once again behind Mallett in second place in the 2018 National standings. Also expected is 2015 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio. Smith ranks in fourth place in the current 2018 National standings and is five points back in second place behind points leader, Jordon Mallett in the USCS Deep South regional series point-standings. Another potent expected entry is Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida, who has been a runner-up in the USCS National Championship title chase four times. Martin has many wins in sprint cars and a Championship n the Florida based Top Gun Sprint Series and is also a top contender who could finish his night in victory lane on any given night.

Sixteen-year-old Joey Schmidt from Ellisville, Mississippi currently ranks third in the USCS National standings and comes to Flomaton Speedway looking to move closer to the top of the standings. Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida finished fifth in the 2017 USC National standings and is the same spot currently in the National stndings. He is also entered at Flomaton Speedway for Friday night’s contest.

The second USCS racing division on the action-packed racing card is the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints. Drivers for that division are expected from five states. Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi who was the 2011 and 2012 National Champion tops the entry list for the USCS 600 sprints. Chasing Zaiontz in the point standings just 8 points back is USCS 600 sprint car Rookie Michael Hall from Knoxville, Tennessee, who has one win after five events at I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, Tennessee on April 21st. Fourteen-year-old young gun Alex Lyles from Memphis, Tennessee who was the 2017 USCS 600 Sprint Car Series Rookie f the Year is third in the 2018 standings currently, followed by Chase Garner from Tuscaloosa, Alabama in fourth place. Another talented young gun, twelve-year-old Trynt Lloyd from Jacksonville, Florida rounds out the top five drivers in the series standings. Young Lloyd won the season-opener at Hattiesburg Speedway on March 2nd.

Flomaton Speedway is located at 913 Highway 113, Flomaton, Alabama 36441. For more info and for directions to Flomaton Speedway please visit www.FlomatonSpeedway.com or call 251-538-0546. For info on the United Sprint Car Series or www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Sprint Speedweek 2018 Schedule kicks off Friday, May 25th with 7 races over 9 days.
Atlanta, GA – May 10, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series 22nd annual Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters has announced a schedule thatis a repeat of last season’s most intense and exciting USCS Sprint Speedweek for the 13th annual version of the popular mini-tour. The 2018 USCS Sprint Speedweek will again visit six of the same seven speedways in four states over the nine-day schedule running from Friday, May 25th through Saturday, June 2nd.

The United Sprint Car Series will return to the site of its 2018 season-opener for the Round #1 Speedweek mini-tour opener when it travels to Donald and Kelli Parker’s Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on Friday, May 25th. Last season’s USCS Speedweek opening event at Hattiesburg Speedway was won by past series Champion, Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas.

On the following night, Saturday, May 26th, the series makes its 6th annual Speedweek stop at the famed Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Mississippi for the 20th annual Ival Cooper Memorial Race and Round #2 of the 2018 USCS Sprint Speedweek. The 2012 USCS National Champion Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas was the winner of the Jackson Motor Speedway USCS Speedweek Round #2 event last season.

After the event at Jackson Motor Speedway, the high-speed USCS contingent then travels two hours North for Speedweek 2018 Round #3 at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi on Sunday May 27th. The 2017 Greenville Speedway USCS Sprint Speedweek Round #3 victory went to Mother Nature as a torrid thunderstorm and lightning storm came during heat race action and washed the event out.

The traditional Memorial Day Monday event held for ten of the last twelve seasons at Clayhill Motorsports in Atwood, Tennessee moves over to Lexington 104 Speedway near Lexington, Tennessee for this season’s USCS Sprint Speedweek Round #4 for the traditional Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 28th. 2013 USCS National champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas was the Speedweek 2017 winner of the Monday Round #4 race at Clayhill Motorsports.

After a torrid four-race first weekend schedule, the traveling show will then take two days off for repairs before returning to action on Thursday, May 31st with Round #5 at the historic 1/3-mile Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama. Talladega Short Track is significant to the history of the United Sprint Car Series as the first-ever USCS event was held at the speedway on Friday, April 25, 1997. Tat inaugural USCS event was won by 11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who currently rests in second place in this season’s USCS National title chase. The 2017 USCS Sprint Speedweek winner at Talladega Shrt Track was another past USCS Champion, Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas.

After racing on March 3rd at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi when three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana was the USCS Sprint Car Series winner, the series is scheduled to return to The Mag for its USCS Sprint Speedweek 2018 Round #6 on the Friday, June 1st. The USCS Sprint Speedweek event fell victim to rain last season for Round #6 for the second year in-a-row.

The 2018 USCS Sprint Speedweek Round #7 Grand Finale is set to happen on Saturday, June 2nd at historic Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas for some “Thrills, Chills and Spills” at one of the country’s oldest operating dirt ovals. Last season’s USCS Sprint Speedweek final, like the event at Magnolia Motor Speedway fell to Mother Nature on that weekend. The Riverside event was rain-dated and rescheduled for Saturday, July 1, 2017 when the Speedweek 2017 Finale victory went to the eventual 2017 USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, Arkansas.

Tim Crawley was crowned as the 2017 USCS Sprint Speedweek Champion after winning ne during the five events and adding three second place and a third place finish to his total for the five races. Crawley was followed by two-time Speedweek winner Marshall Skinner n the Speedweek runner-up spot. Jordon Mallett and Derek Hagar who won once each during the five races followed in third and fourth place respectively. The 2015 and 016 USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee ounded out th top five in the mini-series standings.

Turpen’s car-owner and team-mate Terry Gray led the rest of the drivers in sixth place. 2016 Riverside International Speedway track Champion, Andy McElhannon from Hernando, Mississippi was seventh followed by Byhalia, Mississippi’s Dale Howard in eighth place for the week. Cody Howard from Olive Branch, Mississippi finished ninth and Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida rounded out the top ten in the USCS Sprint Speedweek 2017 standings.

Approximately $100,000 in total prize money is guaranteed with one driver able to win a possible $15,000 plus including Hoosier Speed Dashes, Speedweek point’s monies plus numerous contingencies for the week’s action. All seven of the events pay at least $2000 to win with a minimum of $250 to start the A-Main in each. Any driver who starts all seven A-Main events is guaranteed to go home with a minimum of $2000 for the week including prize money and the Speedweek point’s money.

The USCS Sprint Speedweek mini-series point’s fund pays back 10 places. Each night’s Speedweek 2018 event awards drivers USCS National points as well as USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour points. During the seven nights of competition, many of the top ranked drivers in the Nation are expected to compete. Those include 2017 USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas and eleven-time USCS Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. Also entered is Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee. Turpen has been the series National Champion twice as previously mention after the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

The 2017 Speedweek Champion and the 2012 USCS Outlaw Thunder National Champion Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas is expected to enter as well. Crawley is a three-time USCS Mid-South regional series Champion. The 2016 USCS Sprint Speedweek Champion and 2013 USCS National Champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas is expected as well as past USCS series Champion and previous Speedweek titlist Marshall Skinner plans to compete again for the 2017 USCS Sprint Speedweek crown.

Over 60 different drivers from 7-10 states are expected to compete in the seven USCS Sprint Speedweek 2018 events. For further USCS info including updated schedules and rules, etc please visit the series official website at www.uscsracing.com or call the USCS at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include K&N Filters, www.RockAuto.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde and FireAde Enforcer, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends, KSE Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, DHR Suspensions, Butlerbuilt, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

USCS Sprint Speedweek 2018 Schedule:
Friday, May 25th – Hattiesburg Speedway, Hattiesburg, MS
Saturday, May 26th – Jackson Motor Speedway, Jackson, MS
Sunday, May 27th – Greenville Speedway, Greenville, MS
Monday, May 28th – Lexington 104 Speedway, Lexington, TN
Thursday, May 31st – Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL
Friday, June 1st – Magnolia Motor Speedway, Columbus, MS
Saturday, June 2nd – Riverside Int. Speedway, West Memphis, AR

Media contact Pete Walton 770-865-6097 or Email peteuscs@att.net

 

 

USCS announces new USCS Carolina Thunder regional sprint car series.

Atlanta, GA – May 7, 2018 – After a successful start to the 22nd anniversary season the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters advances into the future with the announcement of an expansion in the number of regional series it sanctions. For the 2019 season the USCS has created a new fourth regional series for its sprint car division. The new regional series will be called the USCS Carolina Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters.

The addition of the USCS Carolina Thunder regional series will give sprint car racers in the states of North and South Carolina an opportunity to compete for a series Championship including a point fund and a host of per race and year-end contingency awards while limiting their travel to a manageable distance. In addition to a top ten points fund, the new regional series will also recognize a USCS Carolina Thunder “Rookie of the Year”. Other special awards will be honored annually, such as Crew Chief of the year, etc. just like the United Sprint Car Series does for its National Championship, and the presently configured Deep South, Mid-South and Southern Thunder Tour regional series.

The 2019 USCS Carolina Thunder schedule will be approximately 20-22 USCS Carolina Thunder Championship points awarding events. Those events primarily include races at many familiar venues to the USCS teams in the area it covers, while several new or returning past venues are already set to come on board for the 2019 season. Most venues on the Carolina Thunder regional series tentative 2019 schedule are within four hours of the Charlotte, North Carolina metro market. Approximately four to five weekends of dual region challenge events may stretch the drive to the track to four and one half to five hours of travel, but those will be at least a month apart.

Including the afore mentioned dual region challenge events, the 2018 schedule for the 2018 United Sprint Car Series Southern Thunder regional series already contains at least fifteen of the events. Those events are at tracks in Georgia and Eastern Tennessee.

The 2018 (22nd season) USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters kicked off at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday, February 9th. The series has contested thirteen events so far in 2018. The next event for the USCS sprint car teams is set for Friday, May 18th at Flomaton Speedway in Flomaton, Alabama. On the following night (May 19th) the series moves less than an hour South to Southern Raceway fin Milton, Florida. for the weekend finale.

The United Sprint Car Series thanks the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour supporting sponsors including: K&N Filters, Hoosier Racing Tire, and USCS victory lane sponsor www.RockAuto.com plus Arizona Sport Shirts, Brown and Miller racing Solutions, Bulldog Rear Ends/DMI, DSR Fuel Systems, DHR Suspensions, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Hero Graphics, JE Pistons, KSE Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, Saldana Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers and Wilwood Engineering.

For series rules and other info please including full National and regional schedules, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-865-6097. You may follow USCS on Facebook at Uscsracing and on Twitter @Uscsraing

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 peteuscs@att.net.

 

 

USCS Postpones ECM Speedway for weather on May 5th and reschedules for June 9th.

Atlanta, GA - Friday, May 5, 2018 8:54 p.m. - Due to the 90% chance of rain and Thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening on Saturday, May 5th in-the-vicinity-of ECM Speedway and in consideration of the long distances most of the USCS race teams have to travel to ECM Speedway in Bremen, Alabama, the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour has cancelled the USCS Saturday of Speed sprint car portion of the Saturday, May 5th event ECM Speedway. The USCS has agreed with track management to RESCHEDULE the sprint car series to return to ECM Speedway on SATURDAY - JUNE 9TH. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause anyone, but, we will see you in 5 weeks at ECM Speedway.

The next stop for the United Sprint Car Series will be for a weekend USCS double-header with the winged mini sprints of the www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series at Flomaton Speedway in Flomaton , Alabama on Friday, May 18th and at Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on Saturday, May 19th. For updated schedules and rules for the USCS series please visit www.uscsracingcom If you still have questions just call the series office at 770-865-6097.

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton peteuscs@attnet or by phone at 770-865-6097

 

 

Tim Crawley gets USCS win #82 in Tennessee Tangle 2018 contest at Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday

Lexington, TN – April 28, 2018 - The 2012 USCS National Champion, Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas charged from his outside second row starting position into the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane for a hard-fought win on Saturday night in front of a near capacity crowd at the high-banked 3/8-mile Lexington 104 Speedway. It was Crawley’s first USCS win of the 2018 season and his 82nd career USCS main event win dating all the way back to July 4th of 1997 during the series first season. That puts the Arkansas driver third on the all-time win list behind 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee with 90 wins and retired driver Kenny Adams of Malabar, Florida with an even 100 victories.

On Saturday night’s initial start, past Champion, Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas. the K&N Filters Pole Position starter, jumped into the lead in turn one after beating past USCS National Champion, Eddie Gallagher from Olive Branch, Mississippi to the first turn. After a red flag incident for USCS young gun Joey Schmidt from Ellisville, Mississippi ton lap three to check for injury and damage, the race continued with Schmidt going to the sidelines. Skinner then continued to lead the contest through lap twenty-three (23) while being pursued by Three-time NASCAR Cup series Champion, Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana in second place.

Skinner continued to streak toward victory lane with Tony Stewart and now Tim Crawley chasing him. On lap twenty-one Crawley showed he was serious about winning and passed Stewart for the runner-up spot. On lap twenty-three he raced past Skinner into the lead and pointed his Ronnie Pitts number 1x toward the victory lane.

The driver affectionately known as the “CrawDaddy” drove away from the field to a ten-car length lead over the final six laps. Tony Stewart crossed with a second-place finish followed by Derek Hagar who made-up for a tenth place starting position to race past seven competitors near the end of the contest to collect both the K&N Filters Podium Award for his third-place finish and the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for the driver advancing the most positions in the main event.

Skinner held on in the lead pack with a fourth place finish at the end of the 30-lap contest with March 24, 2018 winner at North Alabama Speedway, Dale Howard from Byhalia, Mississippi.

In the middle of a talent-laden top ten drivers, young gun Kyle Amerson from Montgomery, Alabama had an outstanding night by finishing sixth in the A-Main after winning the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat race.1998 USCS National Champion Eddie Gallagher from Olive Branch, Mississippi followed Amerson in seventh-place. Eleven-time USCS National Champ, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee followed Gallagher in eighth place. Two-time series National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee finished behind her team-mate (Gray) in ninth place. The defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas rounded out the top ten.

2015 and 2016 National Champion, Morgan Turpen grabbed the win in the six-lap USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Kyle Amerson won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Dale Howard then won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Tim Crawley collected the victory in the Butlerbuilt Third Heat to close out the preliminary action for the USCS sprint cars. Derek Hagar passed the most cars in the main event (7) to claim the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award. Marshall Skinner garnered the K&N Filters Pole Position.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. Those include: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Arizona Sport Shirts, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing and the great people at Hero Graphics.

The next USCS events at Penton Raceway (tentatively scheduled and the 10th annual Randy Helton Memorial Race at East Alabama Motor Speedway have been CANCELLED for May 4th and 5th and postponed indefinitely for a later date in 2018. A replacement event for next weekend on Saturday, May 5th has been scheduled at ECM Speedway in Bremen Alabama. (www.emspeedway.net). The track is near Cullman, Alabama and about an hour North of Birmingham to the West of Interstate 65. They aso have a Facebook page at ECM Speedway.

For information on the USCS series, please visit www.uscsracing.com For USCS rules, updated schedules and other information, please visit the www.uscsracing.com website as well or you may contact the USCS office at 770-865-6097. USCS also has a social media presence at USCS Racing on Facebook and on Twitter @uscsracing

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday, April 28, 2018 Quick results:

Feature Finish:
1. 1x Tim Crawley Benton, AR
2. 14 Tony Stewart. Columbus, IN
3. 9jr Derek Hagar. Marion, AR
4. 26 Marshall Skinner. Marion, AR
5. 47 Dale Howard. Byhalia, MS
6. 29. Kyle Amerson. Montgomery, AL
7. 1x. Eddie Gallagher. Olive Branch, MS
8. 10. Terry Gray. Bartlett, TN
9. 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN
10. 14. Jordon Mallett. Greenbriar, AR
11. 72k. Rick Kahler. Sla`den, MS
12. 94. Jeff Swindell. Bartlett, TN
13. 44. Ronny Howard. Nesbit, MS
14. 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS
15. 10k. Dewayne White. Byhalia, MS
16. 44c. Chase Howard. Nesbit, MS
17. 1s. Joey Schmidt Ellisville, MS
18. 25. Ray Bugg, Iuka, MS
19. 12. Ricky Mendoza. Munford, TN
20. 10k2 Crystal Parrish. Byhalia, MS
DNS 12m. Greg Merritt. Nesbit, MS

Preliminary results:
USCS Hoosier Speed Dash finish: 10m Turpen; 1s Schmidt; 28 Willingham; 14 Mallett; 10 Gray.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Winner: 29 Kyle Amerson
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat Winner: 47 Dale Howard,
Butlerbuilt Third Heat Winner: 1x Tim Crawley

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 10m Morgan Turpen
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 29 Kyle Amerson
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 47 Dale Howard
Butlerbuilt Third Heat: 1x Tim Crawley
K&N Filters Pole Award: 26 Marshall Skinner
JE Pistons Top Guns Award☹3rd place) 9Jr. Derek Hagar
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 9Jr. Derek Hagar
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 9Jr. Derek Hagar (passed 7 cars in A-Main)
PRO Shocks Top Five Award: (4th place) 26 Marshall Skinner
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award:29 Kyle Amerson
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 1x Eddie Gallagher
DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 10 Terry Gray
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 14 Jordon Mallett

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars headline Lexington 104 Speedway's 2018 season opener on Saturday, April 28th.

Atlanta, GA - April 25, 2018 - The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters headlines a high-speed 2018 racing season-opener of SPECIAL EVENTS at Lexington 104 Speedway near Lexington, Tennessee on Saturday, April 28th. The event, entitled as the “Tennessee Tangle” 2018 Round #1 promises to bring some of the top winged sprint ca drivers in America to West Tennessee’s fastest 3/8-mile clay oval this weekend. Through last weekend, the United Sprint Car Series has been off to one of its best starts and has averaged 25 sprint cars at twelve USCS events thus far in 2018.

The “Tennessee Tangle” event will also include another USCS sanctioned division, the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints on the evening’s racing card to create a USCS double-header. A total of 100 laps of main events are scheduled for the six divisions.

The “Tennessee Tangle” version 2018 will be the first-ever visit of the USCS Mini Sprint division to the speedway since it was re-configured four years ago. It will be the third visit for the USCS Sprint Cars at Lexington 104 Speedway in the 2005 when the track was called Bargerton Speedway.

The track returned to the USCS schedule during the 2017 season with two events. The July 2nd event was won by Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas and the second stop of 2017 on August 26thwas won by sprint car legend Sammy Swindell of Germantown, Tennessee. 22 entries competed in the USCS sprint car division on both of those occasions.

The event is expected to draw top winged sprint car drivers from at least five states and several drivers who were recognized as among the top 25 in the Nation in the most recent Sprint Car Hall of Fame Driver of the Year poll.

Joining the two USCS racing series on the action-packed season opener race car are the GM Performance 602 Late Model Sportsman, the E-MODS, Street Stocks under Nesmith rules and the Front Wheel Drive (Hummers) division. All this promises to keep the high-speed Family entertainment rolling from the first USS Hoosier Speed Dash until the final main event receives the checkered flag.

Lexington 104 Speedway is located 4.5 miles South of Interstate 40 Exit #101 at 2800 Sand Ridge Bargerton Rd., Lexington, TN 38351. For directions or more info about Lexington 104 Speedway please visit www.lexington104speedway.com or call 731-968-8333 or USCS at 770-865-6097.

For schedule info or rules on the United Sprint Car Series or www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097.

 

 

Danny Smith wins Friday USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour by K&N event at Crossville Speedway.

Crossville, TN – April 120, 2018 – Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio took advantage of his K&N Filters Pole Position to race away to his career-second USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 30-lap A-Main win at Crossville Speedway on Friday night. The amazing veteran driver set another milestone for himself by also making it 44 seasons in a row he has won at least one sprint car A-Main event with the win. Smith lead every lap of the main event to punctuate the feat as well.

Sixteen-year-old USCS young gun, Joey Schmidt from Ellisville, Mississippi had his best night of the season so far with a runner-up finish behind Smith in second place. Schmidt started in sixth position. He additionally won one of the two USCS Hoosier Speed Dashes earlier in the evening. Two-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee followed the duo across the finish line in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place.

Eleven-time USCS Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee finished just behind his team-mate (Turpen) in fourth place. Another young gun, Nick Drake from Mooresville, North Carolina rounded out the top five drivers.

The 2017 USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series Rookie of the Year Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina led the next group to the finish line in sixth place. 2015 USCS Rookie fot he Year, Nick Snyder form Marco Island, Florida followed in seventh place. Another past USCS Rookie of the Year (2012) Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi finished in eighth place followed by two-time USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint National Champion, Sean Hosey from Lebanon, Tennessee. Veteran USCs racer Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia rounded out the top ten drivers.

Of note, points leader and defending Champion, Jordon Mallett, who started outside the front row next to Danny Smith had to give up his challenge for the win when his hard charging style saw him bang the wall hard enough to break the rear suspension. At this point he also destroyed his right rear Hoosier Tire and he had to exit the event on lap twenty-two.

Earlier in the evening, preliminary victories went to Joey Schmidt in the first USCS Hoosier Speed Dash for the USCS Mid-South region. Defending USCS National Champion and current series points leader, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas claimed the win in the second USCS Hoosier Speed Dash held for the USCS Southern Thunder regional series. Morgan Turpen then won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Mallett raced to victory again in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat Race. Joey Schmidt garnered the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award after advancing the most positions in the A-Main.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is on Saturday night April 21st at I-75 Raceway for the USCS Saturday of Speed. For venue info please visit www.i75raceway.com For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.RockAuto..com, FireAde, Pro Shocks, Engler Machine and Tool, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Butlerbuilt, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Crossville Speedway on Friday, April 20, 2018 RESULTS:

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Crossville Speedway on Friday, April 20, 2018 RESULTS:

K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour A-Main Event presented by FireAde 2000 (30 laps)

1. 4 Danny Smith, Chillicothe, OH 2. 1s Joey Schmidt, Ellisville, MS 3. 10m Morgan Turpen, Cordova, TN 4. 10 Terry Gray, Bartlett, TN 5. 20 Nick Drake, Indian Trail, NC 6. 1x Scott Hunter, Concord, NC 7. 116 Nick Snyder, Marco Island, FL 8. 28 Jeff Willingham, Ripley, MS 9. 6 Sean Hosey, Lebanon, TN 10. 33 Joe Larkin, Suwanee, GA 11. 14 Jordon Mallett, Greenbriar, AR 12. 25 Ray Bugg, Iuka, MS 13. 5w Ryan Coniam, Denver, CO DNS 21b Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, NC DNS 38 Tony Agin, Ft. Myers, FL

Preliminary Events: USCS Hoosier Speed Dash (Mid-South Region) (6 laps) 1. 1s Joey Schmidt, Ellisville, MS 2. 14 Jordon Mallett, Greenbriar, AR 3. 6 Sean Hosey, Clarksville, TN 4. 10 Terry Gray, Bartlett, TN 5. 10m Morgan Turpen, Cordova, TN 6. 38 Tony Agin, Ft Myers, FL

USCS Hoosier Speed Dash (Southern Region) (6 laps) 1. 14 Jordon Mallett, Greenbriar, AR 2. 1s Joey Schmidt, Ellisville, MS 3. 4 Danny Smith, Chillicothe, OH 4. 38 Tony Agin, Ft Myers, FL 5. 33 Joe Larkin, Suwanee, GA

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1(8 laps) 1. 10m Morgan Turpen, Cordova, TN 2. 10 Terry Gray, Bartlett, TN 3. 6 Sean Hosey, Clarksville, TN 4. 1s Joey Schmidt, Ellisville, MS 5. 33 Joe Larkin, Suwanee, GA 6. 25 Ray Bugg, Iuka, MS 7. 5w Ryan Coniam, Denver, CO DNS 21b Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, NC

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 (8 laps) 1. 14 Jordon Mallett, Greenbriar, AR 2. 4 Danny Smith, Chillicothe, OH 3. 1x Scott Hunter,Concord, NC 4. 20 Nick Drake, Indian Trail, NC 5. 116 Nick Snyder, Marco Island, FL 6. 28 Jeff Willingham, Ripley, MS DNS 38 Tony Agin, Ft. Myers, FL

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash Southern: !4 Jordon Mallett Hoosier Speed Dash Mid-South: 1s Joey Schmidt Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett K&N Filters Pole Award: 4 Danny Smith JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (1st place) 4 Danny Smith PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: 2nd place Joey Schmidt K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 10m Morgan Turpen Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 1s Joey Schmidt Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 1x Scott Hunter Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 116 Nick Snyder DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 28 Jeff Willingham DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 33 Joe Larkin

 

 

Tyler Clem completes weeknd sweep of the USCS Speed Xplosion in Finale at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday

Ocala, FL – April 14, 2018 – Tyler Clem from St. Petersburg, Florida raced from ninth starting spot to his second win of the weekend at his home track in the USCS Spring Speed Xplosion 30-lap Finale at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. Clem again bested a field of 23 cars from eight states and Canada for his career-third USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters stop in the RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane to collect the $2000 top prize. This weekend’s events were his first in competition since being injured in a non-wing February racing event at the speedway. The 15-year-old young gun also won Friday night’s preliminary 25-Lap A-main.

Clem crossed the finish line ahead of 2010 USCS Rookie of the Year Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina who started sixth place. Veteran Florida sprint car driver Johnny Gilbertson who started twenty-second in the Finale, had a gallant run and raced his way into the lead on lap sixteen only to fade at the end when Tyler Clem charged past him on lap twenty-four in route to victory lane. Riggins passed him (Gilbertson) on lap twenty-seven as he appeared to have tire trouble. Gilbertson held on to finish in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Mark Ruel, Jr. from Jacksonville, Florida finished fourth place to cap a double top-five weekend.

After Michael Miller from Ocean Springs, Mississippi cross the finish line in the fifth position, he then failed to report to the tech area he was penalized for the infraction. This resulted in defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas being awarded the fifth position and rounded out the top five drivers.

Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida led laps three through fifteen before having a tire issue and dropped to sixth at the finish. Martin was followed by 16-year-old Joey Schmidt from Ellisville, Mississippi in seventh place. Schmidt started sixteenth and advanced nine places. Tanner Witherspoon from Jacksonville, Florida followed Schmidt after starting seventeenth and passing nine cars as well to finish eighth. Another veteran USCS racer, Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia followed the two young guns in ninth place after himself starting eighteenth and advancing nine positions as well. Past Cajun Sprints Association Champion, Shane Morgan from Biloxi, Mississippi completed the top ten.

Eric Riggins, Jr. won the USCS Cash Dash. Jordon Mallett next won the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash. Mallett continued winning by collecting the win in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Michael Miller from Ocean Springs, Mississippi won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Danny Martin, Jr. closed out the qualifying heat action with a win in the Butlerbuilt Third Heat race. Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida was the evening’s highest passing points earner. Jordon Mallett rolled the inversion die as customary as the first heat race winner Fortunately for Snyder, Mallett rolled a zero (NO INVERSION) and awarded Snyder the K&N Filters Pole Position and K&N Filters Pole Award.

Snyder then started the race in the number one position and led the main event for three laps. Johnny Gilbertson garnered the event’s Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award after his mammoth effort of starting 22nd and advancing nineteen places to finish in third place.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is on Saturday night April 14th back at Bubba Raceway Park for the USCS Spring Speed Xplosion final. For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.RockAuto..com, FireAde, Pro Shocks, Engler Machine and Tool, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Butlerbuilt, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters USCS Spring Speed Xplosion inale at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday, April 14, 2018 results:

USCS Hoosier Speed Dash: 1. 14 Jordon Mallett, 2. 22 Johnny Gilbertson 3. 83 Mark Ruel, Jr., 4. 24 Danny Martin, Jr. 5. 14c Tyler Clem, 6. 4 Danny Smith.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 1. 14 Jordon Mallett, 2. 83 Mark Ruel, Jr., 3. 3a A.J. Maddox, 4. 10b Mitch Brown, 5. 10 Terry Gray, 6. 07 Brandon Taylor, 7. 33 Joe Larkin, 8. 22 Johnny Gilbertson.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 1. 43 Michael Miller; 2. 116 Nick Snyder, 3. 24d Danny Sams III, 4. 38 Tony Agin, 5. 99 Tanner Witherspoon, 6. 88 Brandon Blendon, 7. G6 Brandon Grubaugh DNS 52 Cody Karl.

Butlerbuilt Third Heat: 1. 24 Danny Martin Jr; 2. 47 Eric Riggins, Jr., 3. 4. Danny Smith, 4. 14c Tyler Clem, 5. 01 Shane Morgan, 6. 1s Joey Schmidt, 7. 21b Brandon Mclain.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters USCS Spring Speed Xplosion Finale Main Event (30-laps) Finish at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturay, April 14, 2018:
1. 14 Tyler Clem St. Pete, FL
2. 47 Eric Riggins Jr Charlotte, NC
3. 22g Johnny Gilbertson Dover, FL
4. 83 Mark Ruel Jr Jacksonville, FL
5. 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbriar, AR
6. 24 Danny Martin Jr Sarasota, FL
7. 1s Joey Schmidt Ellisville, MS
8. 99 Tanner Witherspoon Jacksonville, FL
9. 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA
10. 01 Shane Morgan Biloxi, MS
11. 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA
12. 43m Michael Miller Ocean Springs, MS
13. 116 Nick Snyder Marco Island, FL
14. 21b Brandon McLain Indian Trail, NC
15. 38 Tony Agin Ft. Myers, FL
16. 52 Cody Karl Gulfport, MS
17. G6 Brandon Grubaugh Ocala, FL
18. 10b Mitch Brown Brantford, Ontario, Canada
19. 4 Danny Smith Chillicothe, OH
20. 3a A.J. Maddox Brandon, FL
21. 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN
22. 88 Brandon Blendon Gulfport, MS
23. 24d Danny Sams III Northport, FL

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: !4 Mallett
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 43m Michael Miller
Butlerbuilt Tird Heat: Danny Martin, Jr.
K&N Filters Pole Award: 116 Nick Snyder
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (5th place) 14 Jordon Mallett
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: 1st place 14c Tyler Clem
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 22 Johnny Gilbertson
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 22 Johnny Gilgertson (22nd to 3rd)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 24 Danny Martin, Jr.
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 1s Joey Schmidt
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award:99 Tanner Witherspoon
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 01 Shane Morgan

 

 

Tyler Clem captures USCS Speed Xplosion night one victory at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday

Ocala, FL – April 13, 2018 – For the second year in-a-row young gun Tyler Clem from St. Petersburg, Florida raced to a win in the USCS Spring Speed Xplosion 25-lap prelinminary feature at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. Clem bested a field of 24 cars from eight states and Canada for his career-second USCS Outlaw Tunder Tour presented by K&N Filters stop in the RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane.

Clem crossed the finish line ahead of veteran Florida driver Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida in the runner-up spot. National, Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee Danny Smith from Chillicothe Ohio followed Martin in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place., Mark Ruel, r. from Jacksonville, Florida finished in fourth place and defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Jacksonville, Florida rounded out the top five drivers.

Johnny Gilbertson from Dover, Florida lead the next group in sixth followed by 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year, Danny Sams III from Northport, Florida in seventh place. The 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida was eighth at the finish followed by 11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee in inth place and A.J. Maddox from Brandon, Florida completed the top ten.

Danny Smith kicked off the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour action with a win in the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash. Gilbertson collected the win in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Michael Miller from Ocean Springs, Mississippi won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Danny Martin, Jr. closed out the qualifying heat action with a win in the Butlerbuilt Third Heat race.Nick Snyder from Marco Island , Florida garner the event’s Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award after starting 20th and advancing 12 places to finish in eighth place.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is on Saturday night April 14th back at Bubba Raceway Park for the USCS Spring Speed Xplosionfinal. For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Bubba Raceway Park on Fiday, April 13, 2018 results:


USCS Hoosier Speed Dash
1. 4 Smith; 2. 47 Riggins; 3. 10 Gray; 4. 14 Mallett; 5. 07 Taylor; 6. Larkin

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat:
1. 22G Gilbertson; 2. 14 Clem; 3. 4 Smith; 4. 10 Gray; 5. 88 Blenden; 6. 21b McLain; DNS 116 Snyder; DNS 33 Larkin

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat:
1. 43m Miller; 2. 83 Ruel; 3. 07 Taylor; 4. 43 Witherspoon; 5. 01 Morgan; 6. 1s Schmidt; 7. 38 Agin; 8. G6 Grubaugh

Butlerbuilt Third Heat:
1. 24 Martin Jr; 2. 10b Brown; 3. 47 Riggins; 4. 24D Sams; 5. 14 Mallett; 6. 52 Karl; 7. 99 Witherspoon; 8. 3a Maddox


USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Main Event (25-laps) Finish at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday, April 13, 2018:
1. 14 Tyler Clem St. Pete, FL
2. 24 Danny Martin Jr Sarasota, FL
3. 4 Danny Smith Chillicothe, OH
4. 83 Mark Ruel Jr Jacksonville, FL
5. 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbriar, AR
6. 22g Johnny Gilbertson Dover, FL
7. 24d Danny Sams III Northport, FL
8. 116 Nick Snyder Marco Island, FL
9. 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN
10. 3a A.J. Maddox Brandon, FL
11. 01 Shane Morgan Biloxi, MS
12. 43 Terry Witherspon Jacksonville, FL
13. 99 Tanner Witherspoon Jacksonville, FL
14. 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA
15. 38 Tony Agin Ft. Myers, FL
16. 21b Brandon McLain Indian Trail, NC
17. 1s Joey Schmidt Ellisville, MS
18. 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA
19. 52 Cody Karl Gulfport, MS
20. 47 Eric Riggins Jr Charlotte, NC
21. 10b Mitch Brown Brantford, Ontario, Canada
22. G6 Brandon Grubaugh Ocala, FL
23. 43m Michael Miller Ocean Springs, MS
DNS 88 Brandon Blendon Gulfport, MS

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 4 Danny Smith
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 22 Johnny Gilbertson
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 43m Michael Miller
K&N Filters Pole Award: 4m Michael Miller
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (4th place) 83 Mark Ruel, Jr,
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: 5th place 14 Jordon Mallett
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 4 Danny Smith
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 116 Nick Snyder
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 22 Johnny Gilbertson
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 24d Danny Sams III
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award:116 Nick Snyder
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 3 A.J. Maddox

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars headline USCS Spring Speed Xplosion event at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday and Saturday April 13th and 14th

Atlanta, GA – April 10, 2018 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars make their spring 2018 visit to Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday, April 13th and Saturday April 14th . The event is entitled the USCS Spring Speed Xplosion. The series’ 130 mile-per-hour USCS winged Outlaw type sprint cars headline the two-day weekend of racing action at the semi-banked three-eighths mile D-shaped oval track. The racing card also includes the 100 mile per hour www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints and Florida Mini Sprint Action series on both nights in a head to head duel.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up $3500 in cash prize winnings plus contingency awards including Friday night’s 20-lap preliminary USCS sprint car main event win and by arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane after Saturday night’s 30-lap Championship final as well.

The event is expected to draw winged sprint car drivers from at least seven states including several of the series 2017 feature winners. Heading the entry list is the 2017 and defending series Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. The 2015 and 2016 USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who wa the 2017 wins s leader with nine victories s also entered..

Turpen is an twenty plus-time USCS feature winner and the top ranked female sprint car driver in the country. Turpen’s team-mate is 11-time USCS series Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who is in runner-up spot in the National point standings behund Mallett coming into this weekend. Gray, who is also at the top of the talented entry list and has a 2018 USCS feature win and has 90 career USCS feature wins.

An impressive list of top drivers from the Southeastern United States are entered including 2016 USCS Florida State Champion Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida. Martin stormed to a win on both nights of that USCS stop at Bubba Raceway Park to sweep the event.in 2016 Martin also won five times in USCS competition in 2016 while running a limited schedule.

Another challenge for all these drivers will be to beat track favorite 16-year-old Tyler Clem from Tampa, Florida who is returning to action this Friday night after missing being able to race for two-months after an injury suffered during the USAC Non-Wing competition in February. Clem has won in three different type race cars at the track. (Sprint Car, Late Model and Modified). Clem won the Friday night portion of this event on March 31, 2017. Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indian won last year’s Saturday night final.

Other expected USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour entries for the USCS Spring Speed Xplosion include: 16-year-old, Joey Schmidt from Ellisville, Mississippi who is sixth in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National point standings and looking to move up at BRP. Also expected are the 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida and 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year, 16-year-old Danny Sams III from Englewood, Florida as well. The 2017 USCS Rookie of the Year, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia is also entered and possibly will compete in both USCS divisions.

Brandon McLain, who was the 2014 USCS Rookie of the Year from Indian Trail, North Carolina are entered as well. Other past series Rookie of the Year drivers joining the Carolina duo on the entry list will be 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi

Other veteran sprint car drivers expected to enter include Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia and Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia. A first-time USCS competitor from the State of California is Jeff Oliver who is now a resident of Georgia and will enter both nights as will Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia..

Tony Agin from Fort Myers who finished in the top five of the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National standings in 2017 leads a group of at least seven drivers who hail from the state of Florida that are USCS regulars are also entered including Terry and Tanner Witherspoon, Shawn Murray and Darren Orth all from Jacksonville, Florida and Bob Auld from Largo are pre-entered as well.
Other expected Florida entries include Matt Kurtz and Mark Ruel, Jr. from Jacksonville, Florida plus A.J. Maddox from Tampa, Florida. Expected entries also include Newcomer to the series Garrett Green from Valrico, Florida who is quite accomplished as an eighteen-year-old sprint car driver and has wins on both paved and dirt ovals. Green was the Anderson Speedway (Indiana) Little 500 Rookie of the Year” in the famed 500-lap race held on Memorial Day weekend h year at age thirteen.

The showdown between the Florida based Florida Mini Sprint Action series and the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprint series is also expected to draw entries from as far away as North Carolina and Mississippi. Those USCS entries include Two-time Champion, Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi and 2015 and 2016 series Champion Remeno Loyal from Powder Springs, Georgia. Also entered is young gun Conner Morrell from who was the 2017 www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint series Champion..

Also, entered in the USCS mini sprint division is 2016 title runner-up David Hall from Tampa, Florida. Hall’s team-mates, Dirk Miller, and Robby Hoffman also from Tampa, Florida and who were all three 2016 feature race winners in the series are entered. FMSA 2016 Champion, Robbie Smith and the whole contingent of FMSA regulars are expected to be at Bubba Raceway Park to defend their home turf against the invaders from the North.

For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers are Office at 770-460-7223 or Mobile at 770-865-6097.

 

 

Josh Weller races to win in USCS vs. URC North South Shootout Round #1 at Carolina Speedway

Gastonia, NC – April 6, 2018 - Josh Weller from Merztown, Pennsylvania chased early race-leader Eric Riggins, Jr. for seven laps before making a pass for the lead on lap eight, then raced his way nto the www.rockauto.com USCS/URC Victory Lane in the USCS vs. URC North vs. South Round #1 at Carolina Speedway on Friday night. Riggins from Charlotte, North Carolina tried repeatedly to get an opportunity to regain the point, but, had to settle for the runner-up spot. Young gun Justin Whittall from Southampton, New Jersey followed the duo across the line in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Veteran sprint car driver Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio finished in fourth place and the defending United Sprint Car Series Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas rounded the top five finishers.

11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee led the next group in sixth place followed by Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington in seventh. Starks was the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger after starting fifteenth and advancing eight positions. The 2017 USCS Southern Thunder regional series Rookie of the Year, Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina was eighth. Justin Barger from Cornelius, North Carolina finished in ninth place and the 2017 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Championship Rookie of the Year, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia rounded out the top ten. Twenty-four of the twenty-eight entered cars started the main event after four qualifying heats and a 12-lap B-Main event that was won by Trey Starks.

In the preliminary portion of the event, Eric Riggins, Jr. won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat, while Jeff Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia raced to victory in the Butlerbuilt Third Heat. The FireAde sponsored Fourth Heat win went to defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett. Trey Starks raced from the fifteenth starting spot on the grid to a seventh-place finish to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award. Justin Whittall from Southampton, New Jersey collected a $200 BONUS posted by FireAde and Bales Construction for earning the most passing points in the heat races. Whittall also garnered the K&N Filters Pole Award after first heat winner, Eric Riggins, Jr. pulled a zero in the K&N Poe Award inversion drawing.

The next United Sprint Car Series event is next weekend on Friday and Saturday, April 13th and 14th at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. That event also includes the RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprints. For more info on Bubba Raceway Park please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com For USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters and the United Racing Club presented by Capital Renegade.at Carolina Speedway on Friday, April 6, 2018 results: .

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[3] ; 2. 63-Josh Weller[4] ; 3. 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[6] ; 4. 5-Justin Barger[5] ; 5. 5G-Curt Michael[7] ; 6. X-Dan Mazy[2] ; 7. 30-Duane Moore[1]

Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps) 1. 1x-Scott Hunter[1] ; 2. 1s-Joey Schmidt[4] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[6] ; 4. 20-Nick Drake[2] ; 5. 44-Trey Starks[7] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[5]

Heat 3 - ButlerBuilt (8 Laps) 1. 29-Jeff Oliver[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 3. 21b-Brandon McLain[4] ; 4. 36-Tim Perry[5] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[6]

Heat 4 - FireAde (8 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 2. 67-Justin Whittall[6] ; 3. 07-Brandon Taylor[1] ; 4. 61-Parker Evans[5] ; 5. 83-Larry Mcvay[3] ; 6. 49-Todd Hoddick[4] ; 7. 5q-Ryan Quackenbush[7]

Heo Graphics B-Main (12 Laps) 1. 44-Trey Starks[2] ; 2. 5G-Curt Michael[1] ; 3. 21b-Brandon McLain[3] ; 4. 20-Nick Drake[4] ; 5. 83-Larry Mcvay[6] ; 6. 36-Tim Perry[5] ; 7. 33-Joe Larkin[7] ; 8. 5q-Ryan Quackenbush[11] ; 9. X-Dan Mazy[10] ; 10. 49-Todd Hoddick[8] ; 11. 28-Jeff Willingham[12] ; 12. 30-Duane Moore[13] ; 13. 38-Tony Agin[9]

A-Main - (30 Laps) 1. 63-Josh Weller[4] ; Mertztown, PA 2. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[2] ; Charlotte, NC 3. 67-Justin Whittall[1] ; Southampton, NJ 4. 4-Danny Smith[7] ; Chillicothe, OH 5. 14-Jordon Mallett[3] ; Greenbrier, AR 6. 10-Terry Gray[11] ; Bartlett, TN 7. 44-Trey Starks[15] ; Puyallup, WA 8. 1x-Scott Hunter[8] ; Concord, NC 9. 5-Justin Barger[12] ; Cornelius, NC 10. 07-Brandon Taylor[14] ; Cumming, GA 11. 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[6] ; Burlington, NJ 12. 23-Lance Moss[10] ; Cherryville, NC 13. 5q-Ryan Quackenbush[21] ; Goshen, NY 14. 33-Joe Larkin[20] ; Suwannee, GA 15. 83-Larry McVay[18] ; Bordentown, NJ 16. 1s-Joey Schmidt[5] ; Ellisville, MS 17. 29-Jeff Oliver[9] ; Pendergrass, GA 18. 61-Parker Evans[13] ; Owego, NY 19. 20-Nick Drake[17] ; Mooresville, NC 20. X-Dan Mazy[22] ; Jacksonville, FL 21. 28-Jeff Willingham[23] ; Ripley, MS 22. 36-Tim Perry[19] ; Mooresville, NC 23. 21b-Brandon McLain[24] ; Indian Trail, NC 24. 5G-Curt Michael[16]; Oceanview, DE

DNS 49 - Todd Hoddick, Cheektowaga, NY 30 - Duane Moore, Reevesville, SC 38 - Tony Agin, Ft. Myers, FL 58 - Nate Emig​, Dalzell, SC

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: High points qualifier: 67 Justin Whittall (collected Bales Construction and FireAde $200 BONUS) Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 47 Eric Riggins, Jr. BMRS Second Heat: 1x Scott Hunter Butlerbuilt Third Heat: Jeff Oliver FireAde Fourth Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett K&N Filters Pole Award: 14 Jordon Mallett JE Pistons Top Guns Award: 67 Justin Whittall K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 67 Justin Whittall Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 44 Trey Starks PRO Shocks Top Five Award: 4 Danny Smith Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 10 Terry Gray Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 44 Trey Starks DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 1x Scott Hunter DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 07T Brandon Taylor

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour “THUNDER IN CAROLINA” Sprint Car Nationals and “USCS vs. URC North South Shootout” HEADLINES RACING ACTION at CAROLINA SPEEDWAY on FRIDAY (4/6/18).

Atlanta, GA – April 4, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters (www.uscsracing.com) returns to the red dirt 4/10 mile racing surface at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, North Carolina for a full night of racing action on Friday, April 6th during the 10th annual USCS Thunder in Carolina Sprint Car Nationals. The event for winged sprint cars also includes the Spring version of the co-sanctioned North vs. South Shootout challenge race between the Georgia based United Sprint Car Series (USCS) presented by K&N Filters and the Delaware based United Racing Club presented by Capital Renegade (URC) sprint car organization www.urcsprintcarseries.com). The USCS is in its 22nd season of competition and the URC, as the oldest sprint car sanction in the country, has contested seventy seasons of competition through last season.

The co-sanctioned event promises to be loaded with an action-packed sprint car racing program with some of the country’s top ranked drivers racing for pride and glory for their series in the USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout sprint car challenge event at Carolina Speedway. Friday night’s racing action features a full program of USCS vs. URC winged outlaw style sprint car racing plus racing in six of Carolina Speedway’s most popular weekly racing divisions. Additionaly the action-packed racing card features the speedway’s SECA Open Wheel Modifieds, Super Street, Crate Sportsman, Renegades, Pure Stock and Hornet FWD divisions will join the two sprint car divisions with special events of their own.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and URC winged sprint cars will contest a full racing program including their Hoosier Tire Speed Dash followed by Qualifying Heat races and Main Events on Friday. All other divisions will also contest a full program of qualifying races and main events. The Carolina Speedway weekly racing series

The Carolina Speedway USCS vs. URC event is expected to bring top winged outlaw sprint car drivers from at least ten states to the track from as far away as Washington, New York, Florida and Arkansas. The exotic fire breathing, alcohol burning, 700 horsepower open-wheeled USCS sprint cars weight just 1,300 pounds and are pound for pound the World’s most powerful short track race cars. The cars will literally fly around the track surface at speeds well over 130 M.P.H. It is not uncommon to see the USCS sprint cars popping "wheelies" or doing wheel stands because of the brute force of their engines and their huge 17-inch wide rear tires.

Past Carolina Speedway sprint drivers who have parked in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane ithat are entered include, 11-time USCS Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee and defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Robbie Stillwaggon from Burlington, New Jersey won the April 7, 2017 event at Carolina Speedway. Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina won the July 22, 2017 USCS event at Carolina Speedway and Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina also was a winner on September 22, 2017 at the Speedway that both he and Moss consider their home-track.

Carolina Speedway is located at 6355 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC 28054. The race track phone number is: (704) 869-0313. The track’s website is www.carolinaspeedway.net For USCS information, please visit the USCS web site at www.uscsracing.com or call the USCS presented by K&N Filters at 770-865-6097.

 

 

United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour and United Racing Club (URC) winged sprint cars headline the USCS vs. URC North vs. South SHOOTOUT double-header on April 6 at Carolina Speedway and April 7 at Lancaster Motor Speedway

Atlanta, GA - April 3, 2018 - After a successful seven event run to open the season in Florida, Mississippi and Alabama the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters 22nd annual Outlaw Thunder Tour 2018 season rocks on this coming weekend with the annual “Thunder in the Carolina” double-header at two speedways in the Charlotte, North Carolina metro area less than one hour apart. This time around the series has renewed a rivalry with the Delaware-based Capital Renegade United Racing Club (URC). The URC will open their 71st season with the USCS in what is billed as the USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout. On Friday, April 6th, the two Nationally prominent winged sprint car series visit the familiar confines of the Carolina Speedway 3/8-mile clay oval in Gastonia, North Carolina. On Saturday, April 7th., the USCS and URC sprint car drivers then headline racing action at the historic one-half mile Lancaster Speedway in Lancaster, South Carolina. Each event pays $2000 to the winner with $4400 possible for a sweep of both night’s events.

Entries from twelve or more states are expected for both nights that include drivers from as far away as Washington state. Several multi-time Carolina Speedway USCS sprint car winners including 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray, from Bartlett, Tennessee and the defending (2017) USCS National Champion Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who won at Carolina Speedway during his 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year campaign are entered.

Another recent Carolina Speedway USCS winner is Lance Moss from nearby Cherryville, North Carolina who won the USCS event at last July at the speedway is also on the loaded entry list. Also, expected to enter is 2014 USCS vs.URC North vs. South Champion, Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina who also has multiple wins at Carolina Speedway including a win last September in the Fall version of this race. Riggins has also won twice previously at Lancaster Speedway. The 2017 USCS Southern Thunder regional series Rookie of the Year, Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina won the July 2017 Lancaster Motor Speedway USCS event to capture his first career win in the series.

The United Racing Club 2012 series Champion, Robbie Stillwaggon from Burlington, New Jersey is expected for this event as is Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington. Starks won the 2016 April USCS event at Lancaster Speedway. Robbie Stillwaggon won the April 2017 USCS events at both tracks.

The Capital Renegade United Racing Club will also bring a strong group of talented drivers to the event including 10-time and defending series Champion, Curt Michael from Oceanview, Delaware. The two-sprint series are joined on the busy racing card by a full program of stock car racing each night as well, to create two action-packed nights of racing action.

For updated schedules, rules and more for the United Sprint Car Series please visit uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097. For United Racing Club (URC) series info please visit urcsprintcarseries.com For info and directions to and more information about Carolina Speedway please visit carolinaspeedway.net or call 704-869-0313. Additionaly for information about Lancaster Speedway please check out their website at lancastersuperspeedway.com or call 803-285-1877.

 

 

Dale Howard from Byhalia, MS won his career-second USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 30-lap main event at North Alabama Speedway on Saturday night during the rain-delayed USCS Shoals Shootout. Tony Stewart, Morgan Turpen, Sammy Swindell and Derek Hagar rounded out the top five.
 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters results from the USCS Shoals Shootout presented by FireAde at North Alabama Speedway on Saturday, March 24, 2018:
Dash – USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps) 1. 47-Dale Howard[2] ; 2. 40-Howard Moore[4] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 4. 14t-Tony Stewart[3] ; 5. 14m-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 6. 44-Ronny Howard[6]
Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool First Heat (8 Laps) 1. 1s-Joey Schmidt[1] ; 2. 40-Howard Moore[7] ; 3. 44-Ronny Howard[4] ; 4. 14m-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 6. 12m-Greg Merritt[3] ; 7. 10k-Dewayne White[2]
Heat 2 - ¬Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps) 1. 47-Dale Howard[2] ; 2. 9jr-Derek Hagar[5] ; 3. 28-Jeff Willingham[1] ; 4. 29-Kyle Amerson[4] ; 5. 6-Sean Hosey[6] ; 6. 44c-Chase Howard[3] ; 7. 21-Marty Meredith[7]
Heat 3 – Butlerbuilt Third Heat (8 Laps) 1. 14t-Tony Stewart[2] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 4. 3-Sammy Swindell[5] ; 5. 25-Ray Bugg[3] ; 6. 72K-Rick Kahler[6]
USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters A-Main - (30 Laps) 1. 47-Dale Howard[2] ; 2. 14t-Tony Stewart[1] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6] ; 4. 3-Sammy Swindell[10] ; 5. 9jr-Derek Hagar[3] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[8] ; 7. 14m-Jordon Mallett[9] ; 8. 1s-Joey Schmidt[5] ; 9. 40-Howard Moore[4] ; 10. 38-Tony Agin[13] ; 11. 44-Ronny Howard[7] ; 12. 29-Kyle Amerson[12] ; 13. 6-Sean Hosey[14] ; 14. 21-Marty Meredith[17] ; 15. 44c-Chase Howard[16] ; 16. 25-Ray Bugg[15] ; 17. 28-Jeff Willingham[11] ; 18. 10k-Dewayne White[18] DNS - 12m Greg Merritt, DNS - 72k Rick Kahler

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour sprint cars headline USCS Shoals Shootout season opening event at North Alabama Speedway on Saturday

Atlanta, GA – March 22, 2018 – The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars keep a busy 60 plus race 2018 schedule rolling with their their 7th event of the 2018 season with the USCS Shoals Shootout event at North Alabama Speedway near Tuscumbia, Alabama this Saturday, March 24th. The event will be the first race for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers at the 3/8-mile Alabama red clay oval since 2012.

The defending USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas leads the USCS drivers into North Alabama Speedway for Saturday’s event. He is currently the National points leader as well as the points leader in two USCS regional series after the first six events in 2018.

Last season Mallett finished the USCS season with the most points in the National standings after a season long battle with veteran and 11-time series Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. Mallett had six wins on the season. Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee was the feature wins leader during the 2018 season when she had nine victories. The 2013 USCS National Champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas also had six wins on the season. All four of these drivers are entered for this weekend’s contest as well as a strong contingent of challengers.

The challengers include three-time World of Outlaws sprint car Champion and five-time Chili Bowl National Midget Champion, Sammy Swindell from Germantown, Tennessee as well as National Sprint Car Hall of Fame inductee and 2017 Ohio Sprint Car Series and the Atomic Speedway track Champion, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio.

In addition to the 120 miles per hour USCS winged sprint cars the www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints will see action as well as six North Alabama Speedway weekly racing divisions on Saturday night. Those include the Nesmith Dirt Late Models and Late Model Sportsman plus the Nesmith Street Stock division. In addition to those three sanctioned divisions the Factory Stock, Mini Stock and popular Buzz classes will also contest a full racing card.

Saturday’s USCS sprint car division racing card will include a full racing program that includes Test and Tune Hot Laps, the Hoosier Speed Dash, qualifying heat races and the 30-lap A-main event.

Pit area Gates open at 3 p.m., while the spectator grandstand area gates open at 4 p.m. Racing action kicks off at 6 p.m. Central Daylight Time on Saturday. For info on North Alabama Speedway please visit their webite at www.northalabamaspeedway.com or their Facebook page. Call 256-702-5852. For USCS information please call the USCS series office at 770-865-6097. For USCS rules, info and updated schedules please visit www.uscsracing.com

USCS Sprints NATIONAL POINTS As of March 3, 2018

Pos. Car# Driver Point
1 14 Jordon Mallett 857
2 14 Tony Stewart 828
3 10 Terry Gray 822
4 4 Danny Smith 816
5 2c Wayne Johnson 812
6 38 Tony Agin 712
7 42 Andy McElhannon 706
8 01 Shane Morgan 687
9 1s Joey Schmidt 672
10 10m Morgan Turpen 578
11 23 Seth Bergman 562
12 17w Harli White 544
13 95 Matt Covington 528
14 10B Mitch Brown 522
15 43 Terry Witherspoon 510
16 93 Jake Knight 462
17 52 Cody Karl 456
18 10x Dustin Homan 436
19 43h Derek Hagar 388
20 09 Timmy Thrash 360
21 106 Brandon Blendon 334
22 m1 Mark Smith 309
23 21 Carson Short 299
24 52 Blake Hahn 298
25 14 Tyler Clem 296
26 47 Dale Howard 289
27 24 Danny Martin Jr 274
Tie 28 Tanner Thorson 274
29 99L Larry Wight 268
30 14 Coleman Gulick 262
Tie 116 Nick Snyder 262
32 5d Zach Daum 260
33 3a AJ Maddox 256
34 7J Joe Swanson 251
35 29 Jeff Oliver 246
36 21 Butch David 232
Tie 44 Ronny Howard 232
38 51J Ryan Jamison 232
39 51B Joe B Miller 226
40 83 Bob Auld 220
41 24d Danny Sams III 218
Tie 29 Kyle Amerson 218
43 83 Mark Ruel Jr 214
44 47x Dylan Westbrook 210
Tie 28 Jeff Willingham 210
Tie 82 Matt Kurtz 210
47 77 Gregg Jones 208
Tie 21k Thomas Kennedy 208
49 16b Max Stambaugh 206
50 1p Curtis Evans 200
Tie 20 Frank Carlsson 200
Tie 3G Garrett Green 200
Tie 22 Shawn Murray 200
Tie 99 Tanner Witherspoon 200
55 40 Howard Moore 136
56 10k Dewayne White 132
57 72k Rick Kahler 130
58 83 Blake Carrier 102
59 5 Andy Teunessen 100
Tie 12b Bryan Eckley 100
Tie 44c Chase Howard 100

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 or Email: peteuscs@att.net

 

 

Tony Stewart claims USCS Winter Heat final at Magnolia Motor Speedway

Columbus, MS – March 3, 2018 – Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana raced to a career-second United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters main event win at Magnolia Motor Speedway in the USCS Winter Heat Round #6 finale on Saturday night. Stewart charged from his K&N Filters Pole Award starting position into the lead on lap-one and led all 30-laps of the contest around Mississippi’s largest and fastest oval. Stewart was able to hold off late race charges after several re-starts by Blake Hahn from Tulsa, Oklahoma and 2013 USCS National Champion Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas to secure his second trip to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. Hahn and Hagar put on quite a show with their battle for the runner-up spot while Stewart raced away each time enjoying the clean air as the race-leader, but, no one really had anything for him. He had been the fastest car in hot laps and just pressed his performance all night long with an earlier win in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat race. Hahn prevailed in the battle for second place and Hagar brought his #9Jr. mount across the line six feet back in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. The previous night’s winner at Hattiesburg Speedway, Wayne Johnson from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma followed in fourth place and Dale Howard from Byhalia, Mississippi collected his second top five of the weeknd by rounding out the top five on Saturday night. Veteran sprint car driver and Sprint Car Hall of Famer, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio , led the next group in sixth place. The 2-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee finished in seventh place followed by Howard Moore from Memphis, Tennessee in eighth place. Defending United Sprint Car Series National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas finished in ninth place. Dewayne White from Byhalia, Mississippi rounded out the top ten finishers. Heat race victories went to Derek Hagar in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and to eventual feature winner, Tony Stewart in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. The Butlerbuilt Third Heat checkers was claimed by Harli White from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Morgan Turpen rallied from a disappointing heat race finish to win the The FireAde 2000 B-Main. The K&N Filters Pole Award and pole position was garnered by high-points earner, Tony Stewart after first heat winner, Derek Hagar pulled a zero. Ronny Howard from Nesbit, Mississippi collected the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award for passing the most cars in the main event when he cruised from 21st to 12th place. The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL on Saturday, March 24, 2018. For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097. The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Engler Machine, and Tool FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Magnolia Motor Speedway on SATURDAY 3/3/2018

results: Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 9jr-Derek Hagar[2] ; 2. 95-Matt Covington[1] ; 3. 40-Howard Moore[4] ; 4. 47-Dale Howard[7] ; 5. 51J-Ryan Jamison[3] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[6] ; 7. 01-Shane Morgan[5] Heat 2 – Brown and Miller Racing Solutions (8 Laps) 1. 14TSR-Tony Stewart[8] ; 2. 1s-Joey Schmidt[2] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 4. 72K-Rick Kahler[1] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 6. 10k-Dewayne White[7] ; 7. 21-Butch David[3] ; 8. 44-Ronny Howard[5] Heat 3 - Schoenfeld Headers (8 Laps) 1. 17w-Harli White[1] ; 2. 2c-Wayne Johnson[3] ; 3. 52h-Blake Hahn[8] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 5. 42-Andy McElhannon[2] ; 6. 14m-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[7] ; 8. 52K-Cody Karl[9] ; 9. 51b-Joe Miller[6] DASH - (0 Laps) B-Main 1 - (12 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 2. 42-Andy McElhannon[2] ; 3. 14m-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 4. 51J-Ryan Jamison[1] ; 5. 01-Shane Morgan[7] ; 6. 52K-Cody Karl[6] ; 7. 21-Butch David[8] ; 8. 44-Ronny Howard[9] ; 9. 28-Jeff Willingham[5] ; 10. 44c-Chase Howard[11] ; 11. 51b-Joe Miller[10] A-Main 1 - (30 Lap

 

Wayne Johnson wins USCS Winter Heat Rnd #5 at Hattiesburg

Sprint Car veteran, Wayne Johnson from Oklahoma City, OK won the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 30-lap main event at Hattiesbirg Speedway on Friday night.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K#N Filters results from Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday, March 2, 2018.

Engler Machine & Tool 1st Heat (8 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 2. 93-Jake Knight[4] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[5] ; 4. 2c-Wayne Johnson[7] ; 5. 1s-Joey Schmidt[1] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[6] ; 7. 83-Blake Carrier[3]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions 2nd Heat (8 Laps)
1. 14m-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 52h-Blake Hahn[4] ; 3. 95-Matt Covington[6] ; 4. 42-Andy McElhannon[7] ; 5. 88-Brandon Blendon[3] ; 6. 21-Butch David[2] ; 7. 51J-Ryan Jamison[8] ; 8. 01-Shane Morgan[5]

Heat 3 - Burlerbuilt 3rd Heat (8 Laps)
1. 14T-Tony Stewart[1] ; 2. 17w-Harli White[4] ; 3. 51b-Joe Miller[8] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 5. 47-Dale Howard[7] ; 6. 09-Timmy Thrash[5] ; 7. 52k-Cody Karl[3] ; 8. 28-Jeff Willingham[2]

Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps)
1. 14m-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 3. 42-Andy McElhannon[4] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 5. 17w-Harli White[2] ; 6. 01-Shane Morgan[6]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)
1. 2c-Wayne Johnson[10] ; 2. 17w-Harli White[2] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[9] ; 5. 47-Dale Howard[13] ; 6. 52h-Blake Hahn[3] ; 7. 14m-Jordon Mallett[7] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[12] ; 9. 1s-Joey Schmidt[15] ; 10. 51J-Ryan Jamison[18] ; 11. 01-Shane Morgan[22] ; 12. 88-Brandon Blendon[14] ; 13. 51b-Joe Miller[6] ; 14. 52k-Cody Karl[21] ; 15. 14T-Tony Stewart[8] ; 16. 95-Matt Covington[1] ; 17. 38-Tony Agin[16] ; 18. 93-Jake Knight[4] ; 19. 09-Timmy Thrash[17] ; 20. 21-Butch David[19] ; 21. 28-Jeff Willingham[23] ; 22. 42-Andy McElhannon[11] ; 23. 16B-Max Stambaugh[24] ; 24. 44-Ronny Howard[25] ; 25. 83-Blake Carrier[20]

 

 

USCS Sprint Cars headline Magnolia Motor Speedway's `10th annual USCS Frost Buster 150 season opener on Saturday March 3rd.

Atlanta, GA – March 1, 2018 - The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars invades Magnolia Motor Speedway this Saturday night, March 3rd to headline the 10th annual "Frost Buster 150”. The event will be the 6th round of a 60+ race schedule for the series twenty-second season of competition. The K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modifieds and www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints join the USCS sprint cars to create a USCS triple-header on Saturday, March 3rd during the “Frostbuster”.

The event is the Magnolia Motor Speedway 2018 season-opener and is a literal "Smorgasbord of Speed" featuring a full night of high speed action at one of the Mid-South's most popular venues. Race teams and race fans will be treated to a full menu of early season speed contests with racing in eight (yes, eight) of the area's most popular racing divisions for just one ticket price. The event typically has fields of 140 plus race cars.

The event includes one of only two scheduled 2018 season appearances for the USCS "Outlaw Thunder" Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars at Magnolia Motor Speedway. The racing action features approximately 250 laps of racing around the 3/8 mile clay oval including 150+ laps of Championship main events.

Action kicks off on Saturday night at 6:00 pm with hot laps and a full racing program in all eight divisions including the 130 mile per hour USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars, the mighty K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series plus the ground pounding Super Late Models, Nesmith Dirt Late Model, www.RockAuto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint, Nesmith Street Stock, the Nesmith Late Model Sportsman and Factory Stock divisions.

Sprint car rivers from 7 or 10 states are pre-entered for the initial 2018 appearance of the USCS sprint cars to Magnolia Motor Speedway. Those pre-entered include several of the nation’s top ranked drivers like 2015 and 2016 National Champion Morgan Turpen, from Cordova, Tennessee, the 2017 nd defending Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas and 2013 National Champion and 2016 USCS Mid- South Thunder regional Champ, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas. Eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who was the 2016 USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series Champion is also entered as is National Sprint Hall of Famer, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio..

The K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series expects to draw a strong field of drivers from several states and drivers will be racing for a top prize for the main event winner of $1000. With bonuses the K&N Filters Modified driver who collects a sweep for the night can collect $1200. Hunter Wilbanks from Lakeland, Tennessee I the defending series Champion and an early entry in that division.

The third USCS racing division on the action-packed racing card is the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints. Drivers for that division are expected from five states for their season opener. Local favorite Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi who was the 2011 and 2012 National Champion in the division and the runner-up for the title ast season by a scant 10 points.

Magnolia Motor Speedway is located just West of Columbus, Mississippi at the junction of US Highway 82 and US Highway 45 South. For more info and for directions to Magnolia Motor Speedway please visit www.magnoliadirt.com or call 662-240-3478 (or 662-574-2572).

For info on the United Sprint Car Series, K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series or www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour sprint cars invade Hattiesburg Speedway and Magnolia Motor Speedway for USCS Winter Heat Serries Rounds #5 and #6 Finale on Friday and Saturday, March 2nd and 3rd

Atlanta, GA – Sunday, February 25, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars are set to wrap up the USCS Winter Heat Series with its two-night final weekend on Friday, March 2nd at Hattiesburg Speedway and Saturday, March 3rd at Magnolia Motor Speedway. Those events will be Rounds #5 and the Round #6 finale of the inaugural USCS Winter Heat mini-series. The USCS winged sprint cars headline the two-night weekend of racing action at each track, They are joined by the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series and www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints at each venue for a USCS triple-headr both nights, plus several local divisions at eaxh venue.

The events are expected as the first four have, to draw some of the top winged 360 sprint car drivers from across the Nation from at least eight states and Canada who are seeking warmer climates for the earliest 360 sprint car racing of the 2018 season.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up their share of the over $25,000 in posted cash prize winnings plus contingency awards. Over $4,500 is possible including wins in both Friday and Saturday night’s USCS sprint car main events.

At Hattiesburg Speedway on Friday, March 2nd fans will be treated to racing in five racing divisions including the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters for winged sprint cars, the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series and the www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints. series plus a Pure/Factory Stock special and the Road Warriors division. Hattiesburg Speedway is located at 4643 US Hwy. 49, Hattiesburg, Mississippi. The track website is www.hattiesburgspeedway.net The track also has a Facebook page.

The event at Magnolia Motor Speedway is the 10th annual Frostbuster 150. The event is a true Smorgasbord of speed and features eight racing divisions including the USCS Sorint Cars, USCS Outlaaw Modifies, USCS Mini Sprints, plus…Super Late Models, Nesmith Dirt Late Modls (604), Nesmith Late Model Sportsman (602), Nesmith Street Stock and Facory Stcck divisions. Magnolia Motor Speedway also has a Facebook page. Their websie can be found at www.magnoliadirt.com

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 and email: peteuscs@att.net

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Southern Raceway on SATURDAY, February 24, 2018 (Quick Results)

Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps) 1. 10B-Mitch Brown[1] ; 2. 14m-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 14 TSR-Tony Stewart[4] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[6]

Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 2c-Wayne Johnson[7] ; 2. 1s-Joey Schmidt[1] ; 3. 29o-Jeff Oliver[6] ; 4. 95-Matt Covington[8] ; 5. 10h-Dustin Homan[2] ; 6. 09-Timmy Thrash[4] ; 7. 83-Bob Auld[5] ; 8. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 9. 730-Gregg Jones[9]

Heat 2 - BMRS Race Hose & Fittings (8 Laps) 1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 2. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 4. 29a-Kyle Amerson[7] ; 5. 14 TSR-Tony Stewart[8] ; 6. 10B-Mitch Brown[3] ; 7. 17w-Harli White[5] ; 8. 93-Jake Knight[6]

Heat 3 - ButlerBuilt Seats (8 Laps) 1. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 2. 42-Andy McElhannon[5] ; 3. 23-Seth Bergman[7] ; 4. 14m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[4] ; 6. 52-Cody Karl[2] ; 7. 01-Shane Morgan[8] ; 8. 88-Brandon Blendon[1]

DASH - Hoosier Racing Tire (6 Laps) 1. 10B-Mitch Brown[1] ; 2. 14m-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 14 TSR-Tony Stewart[4] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[6]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps) 1. 23-Seth Bergman[1] ; 2. 14m-Jordon Mallett[12] ; 3. 2c-Wayne Johnson[4] ; 4. 95-Matt Covington[7] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 6. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 7. 42-Andy McElhannon[2] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[11] ; 9. 116-Nick Snyder[14] ; 10. 43-Terry Witherspoon[10] ; 11. 10B-Mitch Brown[18] ; 12. 17w-Harli White[21] ; 13. 01-Shane Morgan[16] ; 14. 09-Timmy Thrash[17] ; 15. 29o-Jeff Oliver[6] ; 16. 93-Jake Knight[22] ; 17. 14 TSR-Tony Stewart[13] ; 18. 38-Tony Agin[23] ; 19. 10h-Dustin Homan[15] ; 20. 83-Bob Auld[20] ; 21. 1s-Joey Schmidt[9] ; 22. 730-Gregg Jones[24] ; 23. 29a-Kyle Amerson[8] ; 24. 52-Cody Karl[19] DNS 88- Brandon Blendon

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 10b Nitch Brown Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Matt Covington Butlerbuilt Third Heat{ 4 Danny Smith K&N Filters Pole Award: 23 Seth Bergman JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (4th Place) 95 Matt Covingon PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (5th place) 10m Morgan Turpen K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 2c Wayne Johnson Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 14m Jordon Mallett (started 12th and finished 2nd ) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 14 Danny Smith Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 42 Andy McElhannon DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 10 Terry Gray DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 43 Terry Witherspoon

 

 

Double, Double Vision; Mark Smith swept USCS Winter Heat opening weekend at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday and Saturday (2/9-2/10)

Ocala, Florida - February 12, 2018 – The 70’s rock band, Foreigner must have known Mark Smith was coming to race at Bubba Raceway Park this past weekend, cause they made a song, just for the occasion way back in 1978, “Double Vision” . That was what Fans and the other race teams got last weekend at BRP was a double vision of Mark Smith in victory lane in the USCS Winter Heat Rounds One and Two. The Sunbury, Pennsylvania driver took up where he left off in United Sprint Car Series competition last November by winning rounds One and Two of the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winter Heat Series main events over this past weekend at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. By doing so, Smith ran his win streak to three-in-a-row in USCS competition. All three wins have come at Bubba Raceway Park, including the USCS Florida State Championship Race final last November 11th. Smith bested a talented field of 35 drivers from 15 states and Canada and parked his own Mach 1 number 1m sprint car in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane on both Friday and Saturday nights to kick his 2018 season off in a successful manner.

After winning Friday night’s 25-lap final, Smith raced from the K&N Filters Pole Position into victory lane while leading the entire 30-laps in the Saturday night weekend sprint car finale. Washington state driver Seth Bergman jumped from his fifth starting position into the runner-up spot on lap one and took up the chase after the fleeting Smith. Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida lost a spot to Jacksonville, Floridian Terry Witherspoon, but recovered to the third position on lap two. Witherspoon held down the fourth spot followed by New York racer, Larry Wight in fifth.

That running order held until in the top five until lap thirteen when A.J. Maddox from Tampa, Florida moved in to the order, while the balance of the top ten saw a lot of shuffle going on. Maddox moved into the top three on lap eighteen.

Over the last dozen laps the order behind Smith and Bergman changed several times with Coleman Gulick from Binghamton, New York racing from fourteenth place into the top five. He then advanced into third place after a lap nineteen restart.
By lap twenty-three, Carson Short, who finished in the runner-up spot behind Smith on Friday night, had charged from a sixteenth starting position into the lead group.

On lap twenty-nine the caution came out for a stopped car exiting turn two to create a two-lap green-white checker dash to the finish. This pulled Seth Bergman, Coleman Gulick, Carson Short and A.J. Maddox right up to the back bumper of the the leader, Mark Smith.

When the green flew again Smith held off Bergman and company to cross the line ahead of Bergman, Gulick, short and A.J. Maddox in that order. The second group had the evening’s Hoosier Speed Dash winner, fifteen-year-old Tyler Clem from St. Petersburg, Florida in sixth followed by Columbus, Indiana/s Tony Stewart in seventh position. Danny Martin, Jr. crossed in eighth place followed by Larry Wight in ninth place. Defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas rounded out the top ten finishers in a talent-laden field.

Heat race victories on Saturday night went to Joe Swanson from Elma Green, Indiana in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and Danny Martin, Jr. in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. The Butlerbuilt third heat checkers was claimed by Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida. The Schoenfeld Headers fourth heat was won by Terry Witherspoon. The fifth and final FireAde heat race was won by Jordon Mallett. The Hero Graphics B-Main Number One win went to Wayne Johnson from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and Carson Short won the second one. The K&N Filters Pole Award and pole position was garnered by Mark Smith after first heat winner, Joe Swanson drew a zero inversion for high points earner, Mark Smith. Carson Short earned the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award after passing twelve cars in the main event.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is set for Friday and Saturday nights February 23rd and 24th at Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida for the USCS Winter Heat Rounds Three and Four. For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

​United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Sprint Cars at Bubba Raceway Park
on SATURDAY 02-10-2018 Winter Heat Round Two results:

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 7J-Joe Swanson[1] ; 2. 3a-AJ Maddox[2] ; 3. 14g-Coleman Gulick[3] ; 4. 5d-Zach Daum[4] ; 5. 14T-Tony Stewart[6] ; 6. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[5] ; 7. 1s-Joey Schmidt[7]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 – (8 Laps)
1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[4] ; 3. 2c-Wayne Johnson[5] ; 4. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 5. 82-Matt Kurtz[6] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[7] ; 7. 5-Andy Teunessen[3]

Butlerbuilt Heat 3 - Schoenfeld Headers (8 Laps)
1. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[3] ; 4. 1p-Curtis Evans[2] ; 5. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[7] ; 6. 01-Shane Morgan[4] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[6]

Schoenfeld Headers Heat 4 – ButlerBuilt (8 Laps)
1. 43-Terry Witherspoon[2] ; 2. 28-Tanner Thorson[1] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[4] ; 4. 43H-Derek Hagar[3] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 6. 10B-Mitch Brown[5] ; 7. 10h-Dustin Homan[7]

FireAde Heat 5 - (8 Laps)
1. 14m-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 2. 99L-Larry White[4] ; 3. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[6] ; 4. 14c-Tyler Clem[7] ; 5. 20-Frank Carlsson[1] ; 6. 3G-Garrett Green[5] ; 7. 22-Shawn Murray[2]

Hoosier Tire Speed DASH (6 Laps)
1. 14c-Tyler Clem[2] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; 3. 28-Tanner Thorson[1] ; 4. 21-Carson Short[3] ; 5. 14T-Tony Stewart[5] ; 6. 7J-Joe Swanson[6]

Hero Graphics B-Main 1 -(12 Laps)
1. 2c-Wayne Johnson[1] ; 2. 14T-Tony Stewart[3] ; 3. 5d-Zach Daum[2] ; 4. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[4] ; 5. 1p-Curtis Evans[5] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[7] ; 7. 01-Shane Morgan[8] ; 8. 20-Frank Carlsson[6] ; 9. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[10] ; 10. 10h-Dustin Homan[9] ; 11. 22-Shawn Murray[11]

DHR Suspension B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)
1. 21-Carson Short[1] ; 2. 43H-Derek Hagar[2] ; 3. 82-Matt Kurtz[3] ; 4. 10B-Mitch Brown[7] ; 5. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[6] ; 6. 24d-Danny Sams III[5] ; 7. 1s-Joey Schmidt[8] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 9. 3G-Garrett Green[9] ; 10. 5-Andy Teunessen[10]

A-Main (30 Laps)
1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; Sunbury, PA
2. 23-Seth Bergman[5] ; Snohomish, WA
3. 14g-Coleman Gulick[14] ; Binghamton, NY
4. 21-Carson Short[16] ; Marion, IL
5. 3a-AJ Maddox[10] ; Tampa, FL
6. 14c-Tyler Clem[13] ; St. Petersburg, FL
7. 14-Tony Stewart[17] ;Columbus, IN
8. 24-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; Sarasota, FL
9. 99L-Larry Wight[8] ; Fulton, NY
10. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; Greenbrier, AR
11. 4-Danny Smith[12] ; Chillicothe, OH
12. 5d-Zach Daum[19] ; Pocahontas, IL
13. 10-Terry Gray[23] ; Bartlett, TN
14. 43-Terry Witherspoon[3] ; Jacksonville, FL
15. 28-Tanner Thorson[11] ; arson City, NV
16. 2c-Wayne Johnson[15] ; Oklahoma City, OK
17. 43H-Derek Hagar[18] ; Marion, AR
18. 10B-Mitch Brown[22] ; Branford, ONT., CAN
19. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[21] ; Jacksonville, FL
20. 38-Tony Agin[7] ; Ft. Myers, FL
21. 82-Matt Kurtz[20] ; Jacksonville, FL
22. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[9] ; Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN
23. 7J-Joe Swanson[6]​ Elma Green, IN

​Did Not Transfer
1p - Curtis Evans, Norborne, MO
47x - Dylan Westbrook, Scotland. Ontario, CAN
42 - Andy McElhannon, Hernando, MS
24d - Danny Sams III, Northport, FL
01 - Shane Morgan, Biloxi, MS
1s - Joey Schmidt, Ellisville, MS
20 - Frank Carlsson, Oxford, FL
3g - Garrett Green, Valrico, FL
99 - Tanner Witherspoon, Jacksonville, FL
5T - Andy Tuenessen, Kalamazoo, MI
10x - Dustin Homan, Farmington, MO
22 ​- Shawn Murray, Jacksonville, FL


USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 14c Tyler Clem
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 7j Joe Swanson
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 24 Danny Martin, Jr.
K&N Filters Pole Award: 1m Mark Smith
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (2nd Place) 23 Seth Bergman
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (2nd Place) 23 Seth Bergman 14g Coleman Gulick
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 14g Coleman Gulick
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award:. Carson Short (started 16th and finished 4th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 14c Tyler Clem
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 14TSR Tony Stewart
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: 24 Danny Martin, Jr.
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Jordon Mallett


Fiday night results:
PA’s Mark Smith goes two-in-a-row in USCS competition on Friday at Bubba Raceway Park

Ocala, Florida - February 9, 2018 – Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania took up where he left off in United Sprint Car Series competition last November by winning the Round One USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winter Heat Series main event on Friday night at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. By doing so, Smith ran his win streak to two-in-a-row in USCS competition. Both wins have come at Bubba Raceway Park, including the USCS Florida State Championship Race final last November 11th. Smith bested a talented field of 35 drivers from 14 states and Canada to park his own company’s Mach 1 sprint car in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane to in the USCS series’ 2018 season opener.

Smith started from the K&N Filters Pole Position and raced into victory at the end of the 25 laps. Carson Short from Marion, Illinois raced past the first four cars including Smith on lap one and led the first seven laps. Mark Smith got back by Short as the two approached lapped traffic on lap eight and led the balance of the race.

Snohomish, Washington driver Seth Bergman got past Caron Short into the runner-up spot on lap fifteen and took up the chase after the fleeting Smith. Bergman was able to challenge Smith several times in lapped traffic and after restarts , but, could not make a pass for the lead. On lap 23, Bergman’s shot at the win ended when he collided with Tony Agin who lost a front wheel with two laps to go. Carson Short re-gained the runner-up spot at that poit and crossed the finish line behind Smith after the re-start. Fifteen-year-old young gun Tyler Clem from St. Petersburg, Florida followed Smith and Short across the finish line in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place after starting the main-event twelve positions back from fifteenth.

Tanner Thorson from Carson City, Nevada was doing double-duty driving a Powri Midget entry in their main event just before jumping into his USCS winged sprint car ride for this main event. Thorson was impressive while starting way back in 21st position and charging into the top five to finish fourth.

Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion, Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana also started deep in the field in nineteenth place on the grid. He passed fourteen cars to round out the top five drivers.

Joe Swanson from Elma Green, Indiana fiished in sixth place followed by Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida in seventh place. Defending USCS National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas finished in eighth place after starting twenty-third. Larry Wight from Fulton, New York finished in ninth position and multi-time Powri National Midget Champion, Zach Daum from Pocahontas, Illinois rounded out the top ten finishers in a star-studded field.

Tony Agin who finished in fifth place in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour 2017 National point standings kicked off the evening’s action and the 2018 USCS racing season by winning the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Heat race victories on Saturday night went to Joe Swanson from Elma Green, Indiana in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and the 2013 USCS National Champion Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. The Butlerbuilt third heat checkers was claimed by Larry Wight of Fulton, New York. The Schoenfeld Headers fourth heat was won by Mark Smith. The fifth and final FireAde heat race was won by Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida.

The Hero Graphics B-Main Number One win went to Tyler Clem. Danny Martin, Jr. won the DHR Suspension second one. The K&N Filters Pole Award and pole position was garnered by Mark Smith after first heat winner, Joe Swanson drew a zero inversion for high points earner, Mark Smith. Tanner Thorson earned the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award after passing seventeen cars in the main event.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is on Saturday night February 10th back at Bubba Raceway Park for the USCS Winter Heat Round Two. For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2018 and 22nd USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com, Engler Machine and Tool, FireAde, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Bubba Raceway Park
on FRIDAY 02-09-2018 results – 35 entries from 14 US states and Canada:

Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps) 1. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 2. 14m-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 3. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 43h-Derek Hagar[5] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[6].

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 7J-Joe Swanson[1] ; 2. 5d-Zach Daum[2] ; 3. 43-Terry Witherspoon[3] ; 4. 14c-Tyler Clem[6] ; 5. 1p-Curtis Evans[4] ; 6. 82-Matt Kurtz[5] ; 7. 12b-Bryan Eckley[7]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps)
1. 43h-Derek Hagar[1] ; 2. 01-Shane Morgan[2] ; 3. 14g-Coleman Gulick[6] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 28-Tanner Thorson[5] ; 6. 3G-Garrett Green[4] ; 7. 22-Shawn Murray[7]

Butlerbuilt Heat 3 - 8 Laps)
1. 99L-Larry Wight[4] ; 2. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 3. 3a-AJ Maddox[3] ; 4. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[5] ; 5. 14TSR-Tony Stewart[7] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[6] ; 7. 20-Frank Carlsson[2]

Schoenfeld Headers Heat 4 - (8 Laps)
1. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 2. 10h-Dustin Homan[1] ; 3. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[4] ; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[7] ; 5. 10B-Mitch Brown[6] ; 6. 1s-Joey Schmidt[2] ; 7. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[3]

Fireade Heat 5 - (8 Laps)
1. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 2. 2c-Wayne Johnson[1] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[6] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 5. 14m-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 6. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[7] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[5]

Hero Graphics B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)
1. 14c-Tyler Clem[1] ; 2. 3a-AJ Maddox[2] ; 3. 14TSR-Tony Stewart[3] ; 4. 28-Tanner Thorson[5] ; 5. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[11] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[7] ; 7. 14m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 8. 22-Shawn Murray[9] ; 9. 20-Frank Carlsson[10] ; 10. 3G-Garrett Green[8] ; 11. 4-Danny Smith[4]

DHR Suspension B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)
1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 3. 10B-Mitch Brown[4] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[6] ; 6. 1s-Joey Schmidt[8] ; 7. 1p-Curtis Evans[5] ; 8. 82-Matt Kurtz[7] ; 9. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[9] ; 10. 12b-Bryan Eckley[10]

A-Main - (25 Laps)
1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; Sunbury, PA
2. 21-Carson Short[5] ; Marion, IL
3. 14c-Tyler Clem[15] ; St. Petersburg, FL
4. 28-Tanner Thorson[21] ; Carson City, NV
5. 14TSR-Tony Stewart[19] ; Columbus, IN
6. 7J-Joe Swanson[6] ; Elma Green, IN
7. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[16] ; Sarasota, FL
8. 14m-Jordon Mallett[23] ; Greenbrier, AR
9. 99L-Larry Wight[2] ; Fulton, NY
10. 5d-Zach Daum[9] ; Pocahontas. IL
11. 10-Terry Gray[22] ; Bartlett, TN
12. 43-Terry Witherspoon[18] ; Jacksonville, FL
13. 10B-Mitch Brown[20] ; Brantford, Ontario, CAN
14. 43h-Derek Hagar[7] ; Marion, AR
15. 23-Seth Bergman[8] ; Snohomish, WA
16. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; Ft. Myers, FL
17. 24d-Danny Sams III[11] ; Northport, FL
18. 14g-Coleman Gulick[4] ; Binghamton, NY
19. 3a-AJ Maddox[17] ; Tampa, FL
20. 10h-Dustin Homan[12] ; Marquand, MO
21. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[14] ; Scotland, Ontario, CAN
22. 01-Shane Morgan[10] ; Biloxi, MS
23. 2c-Wayne Johnson[13]​; Oklahoma City, OK

Did Not Start
24. 21k-Thomas Kennedy, Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN
25. 83-Mark Ruel Jr., Jacksonville, FL
26. 42- Andy McElhannon, Hernando, MS
27. 1s - Joey Schmidt, Ellisville, MS
28. 22 - Shawn Murray, Jacksonville, FL
29. 1p - Curtis Evans, Norborne, MO
30. 20 - Frank Calrsson, Oxford, FL
31. 82 - Matt Kurtz, Jacksonville, FL
32. 3G - Garrett Green, Valrico, FL
33. 99 - Tanner Witherspoon, Jacksonville, FL
34. 4 - Danny Smith, Chillicothe, OH
35. 12B - Bryan Eckley, Tampa, FL

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards on Friday 2/9/18:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 38 Tony Agin
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 7j Joe Swanson
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: 43H Derek Hagar
K&N Filters Pole Award: 1m Mark Smith
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (1st Place) 1m Mark Smith
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (2nd Place) 21 Carson Short
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 14c Tyler Clem
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award:. Tanner Thorson (started 21st and finished 4th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 7j Joe Swanson
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 24 Danny Martin, Jr.
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award:14m Jordon Mallett
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 5d Zach Daum

 

 

Mark Smith swept the USCS Winter Heat weekend at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday night and goes three-in-a-row in USCS competition. ..........

United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour Sprint Cars at Bubba Raceway Park on SATURDAY 02-10-2018 results:

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - Engler Machine & Tool (8 Laps) 1. 7J-Joe Swanson[1] ; 2. 3a-AJ Maddox[2] ; 3. 14g-Coleman Gulick[3] ; 4. 5d-Zach Daum[4] ; 5. 14T-Tony Stewart[6] ; 6. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[5] ; 7. 1s-Joey Schmidt[7]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - BMRS Race Hose & Fittings (8 Laps) 1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[4] ; 3. 2c-Wayne Johnson[5] ; 4. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 5. 82-Matt Kurtz[6] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[7] ; 7. 5-Andy Teunessen[3]

Butlerbuilt Heat 3 - Schoenfeld Headers (8 Laps) 1. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[3] ; 4. 1p-Curtis Evans[2] ; 5. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[7] ; 6. 01-Shane Morgan[4] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[6]

Schoenfeld Headers Heat 4 - ButlerBuilt Seats (8 Laps) 1. 43-Terry Witherspoon[2] ; 2. 28-Tanner Thorson[1] ; 3. 4-Danny Smith[4] ; 4. 43H-Derek Hagar[3] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 6. 10B-Mitch Brown[5] ; 7. 10h-Dustin Homan[7]

FireAde Heat 5 - (8 Laps) 1. 14m-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 2. 99L-Larry White[4] ; 3. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[6] ; 4. 14c-Tyler Clem[7] ; 5. 20-Frank Carlsson[1] ; 6. 3G-Garrett Green[5] ; 7. 22-Shawn Murray[2]

Hoosier Tire Speed DASH (6 Laps) 1. 14c-Tyler Clem[2] ; 2. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; 3. 28-Tanner Thorson[1] ; 4. 21-Carson Short[3] ; 5. 14T-Tony Stewart[5] ; 6. 7J-Joe Swanson[6]

Hero Graphics B-Main 1 -(12 Laps) 1. 2c-Wayne Johnson[1] ; 2. 14T-Tony Stewart[3] ; 3. 5d-Zach Daum[2] ; 4. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[4] ; 5. 1p-Curtis Evans[5] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[7] ; 7. 01-Shane Morgan[8] ; 8. 20-Frank Carlsson[6] ; 9. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[10] ; 10. 10h-Dustin Homan[9] ; 11. 22-Shawn Murray[11]

DHR Suspension B-Main 2 - (12 Laps) 1. 21-Carson Short[1] ; 2. 43H-Derek Hagar[2] ; 3. 82-Matt Kurtz[3] ; 4. 10B-Mitch Brown[7] ; 5. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[6] ; 6. 24d-Danny Sams III[5] ; 7. 1s-Joey Schmidt[8] ; 8. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 9. 3G-Garrett Green[9] ; 10. 5-Andy Teunessen[10]

A-Main (30 Laps) 1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 23-Seth Bergman[5] ; 3. 14g-Coleman Gulick[14] ; 4. 21-Carson Short[16] ; 5. 3a-AJ Maddox[10] ; 6. 14c-Tyler Clem[13] ; 7. 14-Tony Stewart[17] ; 8. 24-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 9. 99L-Larry Wight[8] ; 10. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 11. 4-Danny Smith[12] ; 12. 5d-Zach Daum[19] ; 13. 10-Terry Gray[23] ; 14. 43-Terry Witherspoon[3] ; 15. 28-Tanner Thorson[11] ; 16. 2c-Wayne Johnson[15] ; 17. 43H-Derek Hagar[18] ; 18. 10B-Mitch Brown[22] ; 19. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[21] ; 20. 38-Tony Agin[7] ; 21. 82-Matt Kurtz[20] ; 22. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[9] ; 23. 7J-Joe Swanson[6]​

​Did Not Transfer 1p - Curtis Evans 47x - Dylan Westbrook 42 - Andy McElhannon 24d - Danny Sams III 01 - Shane Morgan 1s - Joey Schmidt 20 - Frank Carlsson 3g - Garrett Green 99 - Tanner Witherspoon 5T - Andy Tuenessen 10x - Dustin Homan 22 ​- Shawn Murray

 

 

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters at Bubba Raceway Park on FRIDAY 02-09-2018 results (Quick Results)

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 7J-Joe Swanson[1] ; 2. 5d-Zach Daum[2] ; 3. 43-Terry Witherspoon[3] ; 4. 14c-Tyler Clem[6] ; 5. 1p-Curtis Evans[4] ; 6. 82-Matt Kurtz[5] ; 7. 12b-Bryan Eckley[7]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 43h-Derek Hagar[1] ; 2. 01-Shane Morgan[2] ; 3. 14g-Coleman Gulick[6] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 28-Tanner Thorson[5] ; 6. 3G-Garrett Green[4] ; 7. 22-Shawn Murray[7]

Butlerbuilt Heat 3 - 8 Laps) 1. 99L-Larry White[4] ; 2. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 3. 3a-AJ Maddox[3] ; 4. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[5] ; 5. 14TSR-Tony Stewart[7] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[6] ; 7. 20-Frank Carlsson[2]

Schoenfeld Headers Heat 4 - (8 Laps) 1. m1-Mark Smith[5] ; 2. 10h-Dustin Homan[1] ; 3. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[4] ; 4. 23-Seth Bergman[7] ; 5. 10B-Mitch Brown[6] ; 6. 1s-Joey Schmidt[2] ; 7. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[3]

Fireade Heat 5 - (8 Laps) 1. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 2. 2c-Wayne Johnson[1] ; 3. 21-Carson Short[6] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[3] ; 5. 14m-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 6. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[7] ; 7. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[5]

Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps) 1. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 2. 14m-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 3. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 43h-Derek Hagar[5] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[6]

Hero Graphics B-Main 1 - (12 Laps) 1. 14c-Tyler Clem[1] ; 2. 3a-AJ Maddox[2] ; 3. 14TSR-Tony Stewart[3] ; 4. 28-Tanner Thorson[5] ; 5. 21k-Thomas Kennedy[11] ; 6. 42-Andy McElhannon[7] ; 7. 14m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 8. 22-Shawn Murray[9] ; 9. 20-Frank Carlsson[10] ; 10. 3G-Garrett Green[8] ; 11. 4-Danny Smith[4]

DHR Suspension B-Main 2 - (12 Laps) 1. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[2] ; 2. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 3. 10B-Mitch Brown[4] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 5. 83-Mark Ruel Jr[6] ; 6. 1s-Joey Schmidt[8] ; 7. 1p-Curtis Evans[5] ; 8. 82-Matt Kurtz[7] ; 9. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[9] ; 10. 12b-Bryan Eckley[10]

A-Main - (25 Laps) 1. m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 21-Carson Short[5] ; 3. 14c-Tyler Clem[15] ; 4. 28-Tanner Thorson[21] ; 5. 14TSR-Tony Stewart[19] ; 6. 7J-Joe Swanson[6] ; 7. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[16] ; 8. 14m-Jordon Mallett[23] ; 9. 99L-Larry White[2] ; 10. 5d-Zach Daum[9] ; 11. 10-Terry Gray[22] ; 12. 43-Terry Witherspoon[18] ; 13. 10B-Mitch Brown[20] ; 14. 43h-Derek Hagar[7] ; 15. 23-Seth Bergman[8] ; 16. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 17. 24d-Danny Sams III[11] ; 18. 14g-Coleman Gulick[4] ; 19. 3a-AJ Maddox[17] ; 20. 10h-Dustin Homan[12] ; 21. 47x-Dylan Westbrook[14] ; 22. 01-Shane Morgan[10] ; 23. 2c-Wayne Johnson[13]​

Did Not Start 24. 21k-Thomas Kennedy 25. 83-Mark Ruel Jr 26. 42- Andy McElhannon 27. 1s - Joey Schmidt 28. 22 - Shawn Murray 29. 1p - Curtis Evans 30. 20 - Frank Calrsson 31. 82 - Matt Kurtz 32. 3G - Garrett Green 33. 99 - Tanner Witherspoon 34. 4 - Danny Smith 35. 12B - Bryan Eckley

 

 

USCS Winter Heat Rounds One and Two opens season 22 for USCS sprint cars at Bubba Raceway Park this Friday and Saturday (Feb.9 & 10)

Atlanta, GA – February 5, 2018 – In just 4 days the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars kick of their 22nd season at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday and Saturday, February 9th and 10th with Rounds #1 and #2 of the inaugural USCS “Winter Heat” six-race mini-series. $5000 is up for grabs over the weekend for a driver who can clean house by winning the main event each night. The first night’s main event on Friday night will pay $2000 to the winner with $2500 to the driver who parks it in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane on Saturday night. A $500 BONUS has been posted to any driver who can win both Friday and Saturday night’s United Sprint Car Series main events. The Lucas Oil Powri National Midgets co-headline the two-night weekend of racing action at the challenging semi-banked 3/8-mile clay tri-oval with two full nights of action for the National midget racing stars.

The event is expected to draw some of the top winged 360 sprint car drivers from across North America from at least ten states and Canada seeking warmer climates for the earliest possible winged 360 sprint car racing of the 2018 season. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Winter Heat events offer a full month of racing opportunities for 360 cubic inch winged sprint car teams in the South including two more weekends for the six-race USCS Winter Heat Series. The Bubba Raceway Park events will also be race #1 and #2 on the 60+ event 22nd season National points schedule for the USCS series.

The United Sprint Car Series will invade Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on February 23rd and 24th during Southern Raceway’s annual Winter Nationals The following weekend the mini-series concludes at two tracks in Mississippi on Friday, March 2nd at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS and on Saturday, March 3rd at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400. For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone number is 770-865-6097.

 

 

$5000 up for grabs in USCS Winter Heat Rounds One and Two winged sprint car racing at Bubba Racewaay Park on February 9th and 10th.

Atlanta, GA – January 22, 2018 – In just 16 days $5000 will be up for grabs when the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday and Saturday, February 9th and 10th for Rounds #1 and #2 of the inaugural USCS “Winter Heat” six-race mini-series. $5000 is up for grabs over the weekend for a driver who can clean house by winning the main event each night. The first night’s main event on Friday night will pay $2000 to the winner with $2500 to the driver who parks it in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane on Saturday nignt. A $500 BONUS has been posted to any driver who can win both Friday and Saturday night’s United Sprint Car Series main events.

The USCS winged sprint cars co-headline the two-night weekend of racing action at the challenging semi-banked three-eight mile clay oval track with two full nights of action for the National midget racing stars of the Lucas Oil Powri National Midgets.

The event is expected to draw some of the top winged sprint car drivers from across North America from at least ten states and Canada seeking warmer climates for the earliest possible winged 360 sprint car racing of the 2018 season. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Winter Heat events offer a full month of racing opportunities for 360 cubic inch winged sprint car teams in the South including two more weekends for the six-race USCS Winter Heat Series. The Bubba Raceway Park events will also be race #1 and #2 on the 60+ event 22nd season National points schedule for the USCS series.

The United Sprint Car Seres will invade Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on February 23rd and 24th during Southern Raceway’s annual Winter Nationals The following weekend the mini-series concludes at two tracks in Mississippi on Friday, March 2nd at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS and on Saturday, March 3rd at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columus, MS

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400. For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone number is 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour season USCS Winter Heat mini-series opener is less than a month away on February 9th and 10th at Bubba Raceway Park

Atlanta, GA – January 13, 2018 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars are set to open their 60+ event 2018 season in just under four weeks at one of their favorite venues. The 2018 (and 22nd) season kicks off on Friday and Saturday, February 9th and 10th at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. The events will also be Round #1 and Round #2 of the inaugural USCS “Winter Heat” mini-series. The USCS winged sprint cars co-headline the two-day weekend of open wheeled racing action at the semi-banked three-eighths mile D-shaped oval track with the Powri National Midgets in their first-ever appearance at the speedway.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up their share of the over $25,000 in posted cash prize winnings plus contingency awards. Over $4,000 is possible including Friday night’s preliminary USCS sprint car main event win and by also arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane after Saturday night’s 30-lap Championship final as well.

The event is expected to draw some of the top 360 winged-sprint car drivers from at least ten to twelve states and Canada seeking warmer climates for the earliest scheduled racing for 360 sprint cars of the 2018 season. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Winter Heat event at Bubba Raceway Park will kick off a full month of racing opportunities for 360 cubic inch winged sprint car teams including two more weekends of the new six race USCS Winter Heat Series of events.

After the opening weekend events of the USCS Winter Heat Series 2018 at Bubba Raceway Park, the mini-series picks back up with Rounds #3 and #4 at Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on Friday and Saturday, February 23rd and 24th. The events are part of Southern Raceway’s annual Winter Nationals. This will be a return for the USCS sprint cars to the ¼ mile dirt oval near Pensacola, Florida after an absence of more than a decade.

On the weekend following the Southern Raceway events the USCS traveling winged sprint contingent invades Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on Friday, March 2nd as headliners of the 2nd Annual Hub City 100 with Round #5 of the USCS Winter Heat Series. The race is also the season opener for the track.

On the following night, Saturday, March 3rd, Magnolia Motor Speedway’s 3/8-mile clay oval in Columbus, Mississippi will play host to the USCS winged sprint car teams fir their portion of the 9th annual Frostbuster 150. Fans will get a chance to see who can reach the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane first after besting the contingent of talent challenging the Mag’s famed “Black Ice” surface in the Round #6 finale USCS Winter Heat Series 2018 Finale. A Champion of the six-race early season mini-series will then be crowned.

At each of these USCS Winter Heat Series tracks fans will be treated to a full program of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car racing each night plus support divisions for an action-packed evening at each facility. Race teams and race fans, please stay tuned for the full details for each event coming over the next couple of weeks.

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400. For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers are Office at 770-460-7223 or Mobile at 770-865-6097.

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097

 

 

The 2018 USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout will renew rivalry between two of the Nation’s top winged sprint car series

Atlanta, GA - January 1, 2018 - The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters (www.uscsracing.com) and the New Jersey based Capital Renegade United Racing Club (www.urcsprintcarseries.com) winged sprint car series are set to renew a rivalry that started with two races in the last decade in South Carolina. The two series that are among the oldest and most respected 360 cubic inch sprint car series in North America will contest four nights of co-sanctioned winged sprint car action during the 2018 version of the USCS vs. URC North vs. South Shootout at three tracks in the Carolinas this coming Spring and Fall. The Rounds One and Two of the four race mini-series of events are scheduled on Friday, April 6th at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, North Carolina and on Saturday, April 7th at Lancaster Motor Speedway in Lancaster, South Carolina for Round Two. The two tracks are less than an hour apart. The second pair of events are scheduled with Round Three returning to Carolina Speedway on Friday, September 21st and on the following night (Saturday, September 22nd) at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina. Those two tracks are also less than an hour apart as well. The four events will be Championship points events for both series run under an agreed upon set of rules that will make it easy for both series teams to support. Full details will be forthcoming in the next several weeks.

The two racing series squared off for the first time in the last decade at two now defunct South Carolina Speedways as a pre-cursor of the current revival of the rivalry. Then, again during October of 2014 at Carolina and Cherokee Speedways both series took part in the first USCS vs. URC North vs. South challenge that saw an equal number of drivers from each series come out to compete with 32 cars at Carolina Speedway on the first night. The event created a huge amount of excitement for the teams and fans that carried over to the next night at Cherokee Speedway when 26 teams made it through to the first night to race again. The two events were deemed a huge success by all involved, including the race fans. Both events were won by 2010 USCS Southern Thunder Tour Rookie of the Year, Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina.

USCS Founder and President Pete Walton said, “I was really excited when URC Vice President Curt Michael called me and offered to renew the rivalry in the manner we have set up for the 2018 season. This is quite an opportunity for the fans to see many of the best winged 360 sprint car drivers in the Nation and especially East of the Mississippi River, on one weekend at tracks less than an hour apart (both times) compete with and against one another four times in one season in one season. We both (series) have some of the best drivers in North America competing with our series on a regular basis and it will be great to be a part of this” concluded Walton.

The United Sprint Car Series, founded by Pete Walton in 1997, is the oldest racing sanctioning body operating primarily in the Southeastern United States under the same ownership since its inception. The 2018 season will be the 22nd for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters. The Capital Renegade United Racing Club is ready to kick off its 71st season under the URC banner making it the oldest racing sanctioning body in the Nation.

For USCS information, please visit the USCS website at www.uscsracing.com or call the USCS presented by K&N Filters at 770-865-6097. For Capital Renegade United Racing Club info please visit www.urcsprintcarseries.com .

 

 

Engler Machine and Tool injectors power top USCS drivers to National success and two Regional titles and National prominence in 2017

Atlanta, GA - December 31, 2017 - Engler Machine and Tool fuel injectors powered six of the top ten United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers to the top echelon in the USCS National point standings during the 2017 season including the series top main event winner on the season, two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen and her team-mate and the 2017 series runner-up and eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray. Additionally, at least seven different drivers used Engler fuel injectors to win at least 60 percent of the USCS sprint car main events.

Turpen was the Champion of th USCS Mid South Thunder Tour and new USCS Deep South regional series as well as finishing in third place in the National point standing. Four of the top five finishers in the USCS Mid-South Thunder regional standings all used Engler Machine and Tool fuel injection systems Five of the top-ten USCS drivers in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series point standings also used Engler fuel injection. Additionally, six of the top ten in the USCS Deep South region used Engler fuel injectors to feed their power plants.

Twenty-four year-old female sprint car hot-shoe Morgan Turpen’s 2017 run included nine trips to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane after a main event wins at nine different speedways. That ran her career USCS win total to twenty-one. She also captured th title in both the USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour and the USCS Deep South regional series.

Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. Terry Gray finished in the number two spot in the National point standing during the 2017 season in the National title chase. He used Engler fuel injection exclusively to power his Wesmar power plants as well. The 2013 USCS presented by K&N National Champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas had six feature wins during 2017, while his engines also used Engler fuel injection just like they did during his 2013 title run.

Eleven-time USCS Champion and 2015 and 2016 National Championship car owner, Terry Gray stated, “I have been using Engler fuel injectors since the mid 1990’s. I was one of the first to switch to Engler injectors. Tim Engler and Engler Machine and Tool are still the best out there in fuel injection technology for our type of racing.”

USCS series Founder and President, Pete Walton stated “Engler Machine and Tool is one of those companies that annually supports the USCS and has helped us to grow. Much appreciation goes to Tim and his great company for all they do and have done to support the USCS and its race teams”.

Engler Machine and Tool offers a full line of fuel system products. Engler Machine and Tool is located at 1106 W 150 S, Princeton, IN 47670 USA. The official company website is www.englermachine.com PHONE: 1-812-386-6254 or FAX: 1-812-386-6268 Email: engler1973@frontier.com .

For additional info on the United Speed Contest Sanction (USCS) and its three racing series including the United Sprint Car Series, the K&N Filters USCS Modified Series and USCS 600 Sprint Car Series (winged mini sprints) please visit the official USCS website at www.uscsracing.com or call the USCS office at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS Founder Pete Walton nominated for 2017 Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 “Promoter of the Year”

December 31, 2017 - Fayetteville, GA. – Pete Walton, the founder and president of the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters, has been nominated by a board of his peers for the 2017 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Promoter of the Year Award. During the 2017 season Walton guided the Fayetteville, Georgia-based 360 cubic inch winged sprint car series through its 21st anniversary season of competition after founding the United Sprint Car Series in 1997. Walton again saw the USCS reach several milestones of its own in 2017.

With 57 events on its USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National schedule in 2017, the traveling series completed 40 of those after a record 19 rain-outs (1/3 of the schedule). The series passed the 600-event benchmark during the 2015 season and the aggressive 2017 and 21st season schedule saw the USCS post its 673rd event on its resume. The series 1997 and first season saw it complete 11 events.

As a former sprint car racer for sixteen years Walton made many long trips from Atlanta to the Midwest. Walton founded the USCS to bring sprint car racing closer to his home. He competed in the series on a regular basis until 2001. At that time, he hung up his helmet and has since seen the series he created have tremendous growth from 20-22 events per season to over 50 events scheduled each year. The 2018 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters announced during the PRI Show in Indianapolis, Indiana has over sixty dates at racing facilities throughout the Southeastern United States. Walton has been nominated for the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame “Promoter of the Year” award several times in prior years and was honored for the first time as the recipient of the award after a successful 2015 season. He additionally shared the award after the 2016 season with Glynn Styres of Canada’s Ohsweken Speedway.

“It really is quite an honor to be recognized again as a nominee for the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Promoter of the Year Award,” Walton said upon learning of his nomination. “To be a part of the many people who work hard to keep sprint car racing in the fore-front and provide a place for competitors to compete in this exciting form of motorsports has always been a pleasure and a privilege to me.”

“Open wheel racing in the Southeastern region of the country has been rare and in the past taken a back seat to stock car and late model racing, I’m proud that our two plus decades of work with the USCS have produced a product that draws some of the top crowds of the season at many of the venues where we promote and sanction events. And as far as our USCS sprint car drivers, I would put them up against any 360 teams in the country on the race track. We always invite them to just bring them on!”

The 360 Promoter of the Year Award is voted on annually by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame pollsters and honors the individual(s) representing a speedway, sanctioning body or racing series that has most impacted winged 360 cubic inch sprint car racing through their promotional efforts.'

The USCS is gearing up for another banner season of competition in 2017 (Its 22nd season) with a 60+ race schedule, that kicks off during Florida’s Speedweeks at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday and Saturday, February 9th and 10th of 2018. For more series information and rules, visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-865-6097.

 

 

USCS congratulates Terry Gray Racing team on Sprint Car Hall of Fame 2017 “Team of the Year” nomination

Atlanta, GA - December 29, 2017 - Accolades and congratulations go out to 11-time United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, Tennessee as the car owner of the two-car Terry Gray Racing team for their nomination as one of only two of the winged 360 sprint car teams in North America to be nominated for the 2017 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 sprint car “Team of the Year” award. Gray owned and maintaned two of the top three cars in the final USCS National point standings including his own familiar #10 sprint car and the #10m car driven by two-time (2015 & 2016) series National Champion and 2017 season USCS win totals leader, Morgan Turpen of Cordova, Tennessee. Turpen won nine times in USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour competition to lead that statistic and finished third in the final National point standings although missing several events due to other commitments. Gray finished in the runner-up spot of the final USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National standings.

The “Team of the Year” award is voted on at the end of each season by the 360 sprint car poll members from the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and recognizes the team that has consistently and reliably maintained the most competitive winged 360 cubic inch sprint car operation for that season.

As a team, Terry Gray Racing had another stellar season. After 40 USCS events, their 2017 USCS results showed that his team-mate, 24-year old Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee made United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters and sprint car racing history again during the 2017 season by becoming the first woman to ever win nine events in one season. Turpen also continued her series title run by also winning two of the USCS regional series titles. She captured Championships in both the tough USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional series and wears the crown of the new USCS Deep South region Champion as well. Gray himself finished in the runner-up spot in the NTIONl title chase and finished behind eventual Champion Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who captured his first series title after a season-long battle with Gray for the crown.

The final Terry Gray Racing team USCS stats show that as a team the duo tallied nine USCS main event wins additionally Gray himself won an I-30 Speedway event during 2017. As a complete USCS set of stats they teamed for forty top five and sixty-four top-ten finishes. The 2015 and 2016 USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen had her best season making trips to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane with nine main-event wins plus twenty-two top-five and thirty-two top-ten finishes. Terry Gray had eighteen top-five and thirty-two top-ten finishes in USCS competition during the 2017 racing season.

Gray gives much of the credit for their competitive success to the performance and reliability of their Wesmar Racing Engines power-plants, Engler Machine and Tool fuel systems and to the J&J Auto Racing chassis they used.

For information on the Terry Gray Racing’s 2017 USCS results visit www.uscsracing.com For USCS rules, updated schedules and other information, please visit the www.uscsracing.com website as well or you may contact the USCS office at 770-865-6097 or 770-870-8439.

 

 

Jordon Mallett raced to 2017 USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series Championship

 
Atlanta, GA – December 2, 2017 – The 2017 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas collected the title as Champion of the USCS Southern Thunder regional series on the way to his National title during the 2017 racing season. The young sprint car driver made five visits to the www.rockauto.com USCS victory lane as the feature winner in USCS Southern Thunder Tour competition during 2017. Mallett had 18 top five finishes in the regional series, while he used a record of perfect attendance during the twenty-six events to accumulate the most (3918) Championship points. Mallett will collect top honors in the two dirt divisions of the USCS points system including the USCS Southern Thunder regional dirt series as well as the National Championship honors. He also finished in second place in the USCS Deep South Thunder Tour and in third place in the USCS Mid-South regional series standings.
 
Eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee had 3838 points to follow Mallett in the runner-up position in the final Southern Thunder Tour standings. Gray also had a solid season with 15 top five finishes and the results found him 24 times in the top ten.
 
As a team owner Terry Gray faired even better, as his team-mate Morgan Turpen had a series leading eight wins in the Southern Thunder regional series and a third-place finish in the final standings of the series, even though missing several events. Turpen is also the 2017 Champion of both the USCS Mid-South and the USCS Deep South regional series. She finished third in the National Championship chase as well after capturing the National title in 2015 and 2016 seasons.
 
 
USCS veteran driver, Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia followed Mallett, Gray and Turpen in the 2017 USCS Southern Thunder Tour standings with a fourth-place finish after accumulating 3112 Championship points. This was quite an improvement over Thomas’ eighteenth place standing in 2016, when a mid-season injury kept him out of competition for several months. Thomas also finished in sixth place in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National point standings for 2017.
 
 
The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi finished the 2017 Southern Thunder Tour season in fifth position with 2845 points. He will also collect fourth place honors in the USCS National Championship and the USCS Deep South Thunder regional series to go with sixth place honors in the USCS Mid-South Thunder regional series during the January USCS banquet in Atlanta.
 
 
Tony Agin who is Ft. Myers, Florida’s traveling sprint car racer finished ahead of the next group of drivers in sixth place in the Southern Thunder regional series standings. Agin possibly towed the most miles to USCS 2017 events in his first full season as a United Sprint Car Series regular. Agin improved on past season performances and garnered enough National Championship points along the way to finish in fifth place in the National point standings.  Agin will also receive accolades as the fifth-place finisher in the new USCS Deep South Thunder Tour portion of the schedule. He finished seventh in the USCS Mid-South regional series as well.
 
Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina finished in seventh place in the USCS Southern Thunder standings. Hunter  was impressive in his first full season in winged sprint cars after being a four-time USAC Focus Midget Champion driver. Hunter garnered the 2017 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Southern Thunder Tour regional series Rookie of the Year honors. He is one of the few Rookie drivers to ever win a USCS main event. He did so on July 23rd on the super-fast half-mile at Lancaster Speedway in Lancaster, South Carolina. The award goes annually to the driver who has earned the most Championship points in the regional series during their first season of competition prior to competing in 25 sprint car events. Hunter had 6 top five and 13 top ten finishes in series competition during the 2017 season.
 
Veteran USCS competitor Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia who mostly competed in the Southern Thunder region drove his #33 Mark Brack wrenched sprint car to an eighth-place finish in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour standings. Larkin and Brack also joined the field for several USCS Mid-South regional series weekends to garner a top-ten finish in the USCS National point standings in tenth place.
 
The 2016 USCS National “Rookie of the Year”, fifteen-year-old Danny Sams III from Northport, Florida had a pair of top five finishes in second place and 13 top ten finishes to finish in ninth place in the final Southern Thunder regional series standing. The talented young gun would have possibly finished much higher after a third-place finish in 2016 in the National standings, but, a mid-season engine failure kept him out of competition for several weeks. He also finished in eighth place in both the 2017 National and 2017 USCS Deep South point standings as well.
 
Sprint car racing veteran, Bob Auld frpm Largo, Florida rounded out the USCS Southern Thunder Tour  presented by K&N Fiters top ten driveris for the 22nd and 2018 season. Auld has been a regulat with the series for more than a decade and mostly competed in the USCS Southern Thunder region events.
 
The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.]
 
The 2018 (22nd Anniversary) USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and USCS Southern Thunder Tour kicks off at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday d Saturday, February 9th and 10th.  A full schedule of 2018 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car events will be available soon. For series rules and other info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097.
 
United Sprint Car Series Southern Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters regional series Final 2017 Point Standings:
 
Pos.
Car#
Driver
Point
1
14m
Jordon Mallett
3918
2
10
Terry Gray
3838
3
10m
Morgan Turpen
3345
4
67
Brian Thomas
3112
5
28
Jeff Willingham
2845
6
38
Tony Agin
2682
7
1x
Scott Hunter
2355
8
33
Joe Larkin
2348
9
24d
Danny Sams III
2343
10
83
Bob Auld
1876
11
07t
Brandon Taylor
1840
12
47
Eric Riggins Jr
1687
13
67
Jake McLain
1680
14
43
Terry Witherspoon
1611
15
23
Lance Moss
1513
16
1s
Joey Schmidt
1426
17
21b
Brandon McLain
1270
18
99
Tanner Witherspoon
1192
19
4
Danny Smith
1125
20
9jr
Derek Hagar
1069
21
22
Shawn Murray
1016
22
29
Jeff Oliver
985
23
89
Robbie Stillwaggon
908
24
116
Nick Snyder
835
25
82
Matt Kurtz
776
26
99
Don Warren
768
27
24
Danny Martin Jr
767
28
83
Mark Ruel Jr
756
29
3g
Garrett Green
712
30
8
Dan Jones
630
31
29
Kyle Amerson
582
32
44
Trey Starks
561
33
14
Tyler Clem
560
34
14b
Bo Barber
554
35
10b
Mitch Brown
553
36
1a
Lee Moore
543
37
67x
Matt Linder
538
38
3a
AJ Maddox
517
39
27
Curt Terrell
496
40
58
Nathan Emig
494
41
59 III
Johnny Petrozelle
470
42
34
Darren Orth
464
43
6s
Robbie Smith
452
44
47
Dale Howard
449
45
26
Marshall Skinner
446
46
42
Andy McElhannon
443
47
111
Brandon Grubaugh
416
48
07
Johnny Bridges
394
Tie
43m
Michael Miller
394
50
21
Aubrey Black
390
51
22g
Johnny Gilbertson
354
52
1
Matt Carr
330
53
24
Terry McCarl
305
54
14
Tony Stewart
304
55
13
Todd Fayard
302
56
95
Matt Covington
295
57
5d
Zach Daum
286
58
w20
Greg Wilson
282
59
40
Howard Moore
280
60
21k
Thomas Kennedy
279
61
5w
Ryan Coniam
270
62
21
Butch David
262
63
m1
Mark Smith
260
64
1
Tyler Cross
254
65
0x
Clint Weiss
240
66
m1
Micha McCall
230
67
43m
AJ Parrish
220
68
12b
Bryan Eckley
206
69
04
Jim Shuster
200
Tie
49
Mallie Shuster
200
71
3
Sammy Swindell
156
72
88
Tim Crawley
155
73
93
Jake Knight
134
74
25
Ray Bugg
130
Tie
23
Seth Bergman
130
76
sr4
Charlie Sweetser
126
Tie
61
Cody Howard
126
78
4 iv
Bronzie Lawson IV
120
Tie
5s
Sonny Stroud
120
80
X
Bill Moore
116
81
12b
Don Ryder
100
Tie
20
Frank Carlsson
100
Tie
43t
Gavin Thomas
100
Tie
6
Sean Hosey
100
 

 

 

Morgan Turpen claims USCS Mid-South and Deep South regional titles in 2017.

Atlanta, GA - December 01, 2017 - 24 year-old Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee didn’t win the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Championship as she did in 2015 and 2016 during the 40-event 2017 season, but she did lead the series win totals amongst all drivers with nine trips to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane as the main event winner. Additionally, she claimed the title in two USCS regionals series. She was the Champion of the tough USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional series by besting a number of great drivers including the division runner-up, 2013 USCS National Champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas and 2017 National Champion, Jordon Mallett over the course of sixteen events for the title. She also wears the crown as the Champion of the new USCS Deep South Thunder Tour regional series as well. She won the USCS season opener at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on March 3rd, then led the standings of the Deep South region all season long to claim the title.

Turpen also finished in a respectable third place in the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Championship standings behind 2017 National Champion Jordon Mallett and her team-mate and car owner, 11-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. Due to other commitments, she focused on wins in 2017 and would have had a real shot at a third National crown if she wasn’t absent at several events. Turpen has 21 total USCS career feature wins including the nine this season.

The final 2017 USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour point standings showed Morgan Turpen with 2425 points followed by Hagar with 2407 point. Hagar edged out Mallett with 2405 by two points for the runner-up spot. Terry Gray claimed the fourth place with 2360 points and past series Champion and two-time 2017 USCS feature winner, Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas rounded out the top five drivers in the Mid-South region.
The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi finished sixth followed by Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, Florida in seventh place and Andy McElhannon from Hernando, Mississippi who got his career-first USCS feature win at Columbus Speedway on July 7th was eighth. The 2012 USCS National Champion and two-time 2017 USCS feature winner, Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas followed in ninth place. Dale Howard from Byhalia, Mississippi got a career-first USCS feature win at Riverside International Speedway on October 20th and completed the top ten drivers in the USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour 2017 point standings.
The final point standings for the USCS Deep South regional series, where 90 drivers competed during the 2017 season, were even closer for the title. Morgan Turpen is on top of the final standings with 2420 points. The 2017 USCS National and Southern Thunder Tour regional series Champion, Jordon Mallett finished a scant 10 points back with 2410 points. Veteran Terry Gray chased those two all season long to finish third in the inaugural USCS Deep South standings with 2331 points. Jeff Willingham followed Gray with 2034 points and Floridian Tony Agin rounded out the regional series top five with 1802 points.

Sixth place in the standings went to past series Champion, Derek Hagar followed by another past Champion, Marshall Skinner in seventh place. The 2016 USCS National Rookie of the Year, 15-year-old, Danny Sams III from Northport, Florida finished eighth in the Deep South standings. Rookie contender, Don Warren from Clarksville, Tennessee followed Sams III in ninth place and Columbus Speedway winner, Andy McElhannon rounded out the top ten in the 2017 USCS Deep South Thunder Tour standings.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

For information on the USCS series, please visit www.uscsracing.com For USCS rules, updated schedules and other information, please visit the www.uscsracing.com website as well or you may contact the USCS office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. Uscs also has a social media presence at USCS Racing on Facebook and on Twitter @uscsracing

USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour 2017 FINAL STANDINGS:

Pos. Car# Driver Point
1 10m Morgan Turpen 2425
2 9jr Derek Hagar 2407
3 14m Jordon Mallett 2405
4 10 Terry Gray 2360
5 26 Marshall Skinner 2152
6 28 Jeff Willingham 2080
7 38 Tony Agin 2060
8 42 Andy McElhannon 1690
9 88 Tim Crawley 1496
10 47 Dale Howard 1353
11 07 Brandon Taylor 1347
12 44 Ronny Howard 1236
13 44c Chase Howard 1204
14 27 Curt Terrell 1126
15 40 Howard Moore 1106
16 99 Don Warren 1074
17 61 Cody Howard 882
18 24D Danny Sams III 853
19 93 Jake Knight 850
20 12m Greg Merritt 802
Tie 1s Joey Schmidt 802
22 39 Brad Bowden 797
23 01 Shane Morgan 783
24 10k Dewayne White 756
25 3 Sammy Swindell 716
26 29a Kyle Amerson 692
27 88r Cody Gardner 691
28 1a Lee Moore 600
29 4 Danny Smith 582
30 13 Todd Fayard 554
31 33 Joe Larkin 526
32 91a Ernie Ainsworth 513
33 21 Butch David 496
34 b52 Bill Mason 440
35 94 Jeff Swindell 390
36 31 Justin Webb 389
37 16 Anthony Nicholson 372
38 25 Ray Bugg 360
39 8z Zach Pringle 352
40 88 Brandon Blendon 348
41 92 Nick Woolsey 340
42 d6 Dakota Gaines 324
43 95 Matt Covington 295
44 1x Gary Taylor 286
Tie 5d Zach Daum 286
46 67 Brian Thomas 278
47 29 Chad Jones 274
48 83 Bob Auld 272
49 09 Timmy Thrash 270
50 23 Lance Moss 266
51 89 Robbie Stillwaggon 263
52 21b Brandon McLain 262
Tie 14 Tony Stewart 262
54 22 Travis Senter 258
55 84 Brandon Hanks 252
56 17w Harli White 244
57 83 Curt Schumacher 236
58 29w Wade Woolsey 232
59 01T Brandon Olson 230
Tie 52 Cody Karl 230
Tie 23 Seth Bergman 230
62 55 Donny Howard 226
63 121 Jan Howard 210
64 21b Brandon Hinkle 200
Tie 2one Kevin Hinkle 200
66 3g Garrett Green 136
67 00 Tristan Lee 134
68 21 Aubrey Black 132
Tie 14b Bo Barber 132
Tie 22 Shawn Murray 132
71 15j Jeremy Middleton 128
72 6 Sean Hosey 126
73 44x Marty Meredith 116
Tie 11 Michael Hampton 116
75 24 Nathan Brown 114
76 17 Jacob Necaise 112
77 11 Mike Hampton 108
78 12b Don Ryder 100
Tie 7d Dylan DeJournett 100
Tie 43jr Richard Beasley Jr 100
Tie 32x Robert Richardson 100
Tie 29s Rusty Stanford 100

USCS Deep South Thunder 2017 FINAL STANDING:

Pos. Car# Driver Point
1 10m Morgan Turpen 2420
2 14m Jordon Mallett 2410
3 10 Terry Gray 2331
4 28 Jeff Willingham 2034
5 38 Tony Agin 1802
6 9jr Derek Hagar 1230
7 26 Marshall Skinner 1213
8 24D Danny Sams III 1128
9 99 Don Warren 1102
10 42 Andy McElhannon 985
11 67 Brian Thomas 936
12 88 Tim Crawley 918
13 47 Dale Howard 894
14 1a Lee Moore 877
15 29a Kyle Amerson 846
16 1s Joey Schmidt 818
17 07 Brandon Taylor 806
18 13 Todd Fayard 794
19 01 Shane Morgan 783
20 93 Jake Knight 738
21 21 Butch David 704
22 4 Danny Smith 603
23 44 Ronny Howard 598
24 44c Chase Howard 590
25 14 Tony Stewart 564
26 1x Scott Hunter 558
27 61 Cody Howard 528
28 33 Joe Larkin 512
29 21b Brandon McLain 510
30 27 Curt Terrell 494
31 83 Bob Auld 454
32 52 Bill Mason 440
33 40 Howard Moore 426
34 43 Terry Witherspoon 408
35 22 Shawn Murray 368
36 12m Greg Merritt 362
37 99 Tanner Witherspoon 356
38 88 Brandon Blendon 348
Tie 3g Garrett Green 348
40 14 Tyler Clem 304
41 10b Mitch Brown 292
42 3a AJ Maddox 287
43 1x Gary Taylor 286
44 82 Matt Kurtz 284
45 21k Thomas Kennedy 279
46 91a Ernie Ainsworth 278
47 83 Mark Ruel Jr 272
48 09 Timmy Thrash 270
49 10k Dewayne White 268
Tie 43m Michael Miller 268
51 16 Anthony Nicholson 266
Tie 24 Danny Martin Jr 266
53 89 Robby Stillwaggon 263
54 29 Jeff Oliver 254
Tie 116 Nick Snyder 254
Tie 1 Tyler Cross 254
57 22g Johnny Gilbertson 248
58 17w Harli White 244
59 6s Robbie Smith 240
60 83 Curt Schumacher 236
61 34 Darren Orth 234
62 01T Brandon Olson 230
Tie 52 Cody Karl 230
Tie m1 Micha McCall 230
65 8z Zach Pringle 220
66 1 Matt Carr 218
67 d6 Dakota Gaines 214
68 121 Jan Howard 210
69 21b Brandon Hinkle 200
Tie 2one Kevin Hinkle 200
71 3 Sammy Swindell 158
72 39 Brad Bowden 151
73 88r Cody Gardner 148
74 5w Ryan Coniam 144
75 00 Tristan Lee 134
76 0x Clint Weiss 132
77 21 Aubrey Black 130
78 15j Jeremy Middleton 128
79 sr4 Charlie Sweetser 126
Tie 55 Donny Howard 126
81 92 Nick Woolsey 124
82 44x Marty Meredith 116
83 17 Jacob Necaise 112
84 29w Wade Woolsey 110
85 14b Bo Barber 106
86 111 Brandon Grubaugh 100
Tie 20 Frank Carlsson 100
Tie 43jr Richard Beasley Jr 100
Tie 29s Rusty Stanford 100
Tie 23 Seth Bergman 100

Photo/Caption 10m: Past USCS presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, TN captured both the2017 USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour and 2017 USCS Deep South Thunder Tour regional series titles

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour to open season and USCS Winter Heat mini-series on February 9th and 10th at Bubba Raceway Park

Atlanta, GA – November 24, 2017 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars will open their 2018 (and 22nd) season on Friday and Saturday, February 9th and 10th at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. The events will also be Round #1mand Round #2 events of the inaugural USCS Winter Heat Series. The USCS winged sprint cars co-headline the two-day weekend of open wheeled racing action at the semi-banked three-eighths mile D-shaped oval track with the Powri National Midgets in their first-ever appearance at the speedway.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up their share of the over $25,000 in posted cash prize winnings plus contingency awards. Over $4,000 is possible including Friday night’s preliminary USCS sprint car main event win and by also arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane after Saturday night’s 30-lap Championship final as well.

The event is expected to draw some of the top 360 winged sprint car drivers from at least ten to twelve states seeking warmer climates for the earliest scheduled racing of the 2018 season. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Winter Heat event at Bubba Raceway Park will kick off a full month of racing opportunities for 360 winged sprint car teams including two more weekends of the new six race USCS Winter Heat Series of events.

After the opening weekend of the USCS Winter Heat Series 2018 events at Bubba Raceway Park, the mini-series picks back up with Rounds #3 and #4 at Southern Raceway in Milton, Florida on Friday and Saturday, February 23rd and 24th. The events are part of Southern Raceway’s annual Winternationals. This will be a return for the USCS sprint cars to the ¼ mile dirt oval near Pensacola, Florida after an absence of more than a decade.

On the weekend following the Southern Raceway events the USCS traveling winged sprint contingent invades Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, Mississippi on Friday, March 2nd as headliners of the 2nd Annual Hub City 100 with Round #5 of the USCS Winter Heat Series. The race is also the season opener for the track.

On the following night, Saturday, March 3rd, Magnolia Motor Speedway’s 3/8 mile clay oval in Columbus, Mississippi will play host to the USCS winged sprint car teams fir their portion of the 9th annual Frostbuster 150. Fans will get a chance to see who can reach the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane first after besting the contingent of talent challenging the Mag’s famed “Black Ice” surface in the Round #6 USCS Winter Heat Series 2018 Finale. A Champion of the six-race early season mini-series will then be crowned.

At each of these USCS Winter Heat Series tracks fans will be treated to a full program of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car racing plus support divisions for an action packed evening at each facility. Race teams and race fans, please stay tuned for the full details for each event coming over the next few weeks.

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400. For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers are Office at 770-460-7223 or Mobile at 770-865-6097.

 

 

Jordon Mallett claims USCS Oultaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 2017 sprint car National Championship

Atlanta, GA – November 24, 2017 – Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas will wear the crown as the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion of the twenty-first and 2017 racing season. The young sprint car driver made six visits to the www.rockauto.com USCS victory lane as the series feature winner during 2017. Mallett had 24 top five finishes and a total of 34 top ten finishes while he used a record of perfect attendance during the forty events to accumulate the most Championship points. Mallett will collect top honors in two dirt divisions of the USCS points system including the USCS Southern Thunder regional dirt series as well. He finished in second place in the USCS Deep South Thunder Tour and in third place in the USCS Mid-South regional series standings. Mallett finished the National title chase with 5726 National Championship points.

Eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee who had 5601 points followed Mallett in the runner-up position in the final standings. Gray also had a solid season with 18 top five finishes and the results found him 32 times in the top ten. As a team owner he faired even better, as his team-mate Morgan Turpen had a series leading nine wins.

In addition to her nine wins, the two-time and the defending series Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee had 22 of her finishes in the top five and she had 32 top ten finishes to earn enough points with 5142 points to place her third in the final National point standings although she missed four events. Turpen, who was the series 2010 Rookie of the Year, additionally continued four straight seasons of Championship runs as she did garner titles in both the tough USCS Mid-South and the new USCS Deep South regional series.


The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi finished the 2017 season in fourth position. He will also collect fourth place honors in the USCS Deep South Thunder regional series to go with a top five (5th) in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour and sixth place honors in the USCS Mid-South Thunder regional series during the January USCS banquet in Atlanta.

Ft. Myers, Florida’s traveling sprint car racer Tony Agin possibly towed the most miles to USCS 2017 events in his first full season as a United Sprint Car Series regular. Agin improved on past season performances and garnered enough Championship points along the way to finish in fifth place in the National point standings. Agin will also receive accolades as the fifth-place finisher in the new USCS Deep South Thunder Tour portion of the schedule. He finished sixth in the
USCS Southern Thunder and seventh in the USCS Mid-South regional series as well.

Veteran USCS driver, Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia finished in sixth place in the National point standings. Thomas also finished in the top five in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour standings in fourth place after a string of top ten finishes and a perfect attendance record in that regional series.

Seventeen-year-old Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia, who was the 2013 UCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint Rookie of the Year, garnered the 2017 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Rookie of the Year honors. The award goes annually to the driver who has earned the most Championship points during their first season of competition prior to competing in 25 sprint car events. Taylor had a couple of top five and seven top ten finishes. Taylor also had some other impressive runs that resulted in DNF’s for mechanical reasons or he would have finished even higher. The USCS sprint car Rookie of the Year also pulled double duty some nights and had enough points in the USS Mini Sprints to finish sixth in the standings and pick up a win as well.at Senoia Raceway.

The 2016 USCS “Rookie of the Year”, fifteen-year-old Danny Sams III from Northport, Florida had a pair of top five finishes in second place and 13 top ten finishes to finish in eighth place in the final National standings while garnering ninth place in the USCS Southern Thunder regional series. The talented young gun would have possibly finished much higher after a third-place finish in 2016 in the National standings, but, a mid-season engine failure kept him out of competition for several weeks.

The 2013 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas placed ninth in the USCS 2017 National standings, Hagar raced primarily in the Mid-South regional series but, ventured out several times and collected six 2017 feature wins in USCS competition along the way. He had 13 top five and 14 top 10 finishes on the season as well. Hagar finished in second place in the USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour regional series just 19 points behind USCS Mid-South Champion Morgan Turpen. He also finished in sixth place in the new USCS Deep South regional series.

Veteran USCS competitor Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia who mostly competed in the Southern Thunder region, also joined the field for several Mid-South regional series weekends. Larkin drove his #33 Mark Brock wrenched sprint car to a top ten finish////y in the USCS National point standings in tenth place. Larkin also finished in the eighth position in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour title chase.

In summary after 40 completed events: One hundred and twenty-five different drivers competed in the forty 21st anniversary USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters events. A record setting seventeen different drivers won during 2017 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour main events. Those included Morgan Turpen, who led the series victory column with nine wins. The 2017 National Champion Jordon Mallett and the 2013 Champ, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas followed her with six wins each. Past series Champions Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas and Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas were among a group of two-time winners to follow them. That group also included New Jersey’s Robbie Stillwaggon, Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina and Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina who made two visits each to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane.

Nine other drivers collected one feature win during the 2017 season including six-time 2016 winner Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington who won on night one of the season finale at Bubba Raceway Park on November 10th and sprint car racing legend and 3-time World of Outlaws Champion Sammy Swindell from Germantown, Tennessee at Lexington 104 Speedway.

Seven other drivers got their first USCS sprint car win in 2017 including: 3-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion, Tony Stewart, from Columbus, Indiana at Bubba Raceway Parl. Young gun Tyler Clem from Tampa, Florida also won at Bubba Raceway Park on the same weekend. Andy McElhannon from Hernando, Mississippi won at Columbus (MS) Speedway. Rookie contender Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina won at Lancaster (SC) Speedway. Dale Howard from Byhalia, Mississippi and Travis Senter picked up their career-first win at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas during the USCS Fall Nationals. Sunbury, Pennsylvania/s Mark Smith put a cap on the 21st USCS racing season by winning the finale at Bubba Raceway Park.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.]

The 2018 (22nd Anniversary) USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour kicks off at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday d Saturday, February 9th and 10th. A full schedule of 2018 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car events will be available soon. For series rules and other info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097.

United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Championship Final Point Standings:

Pos Car # Name Points
1 14m Jordon Mallett 5726
2 10 Terry Gray 5601
3 10m Morgan Turpen 5142
4 28 Jeff Willingham 4333
5 38 Tony Agin 4165
6 67 Brian Thomas 3112
7 07 Brandon Taylor 2911
8 24D Danny Sams III 2775
9 9jr Derek Hagar 2646
10 33 Joe Larkin 2566
11 1x Scott Hunter 2349
12 26 Marshall Skinner 2152
13 42 Andy McElhannon 1937
14 83 Bob Auld 1876
15 1s Joey Schmidt 1836
16 99 Don Warren 1738
17 47 Eric Riggins Jr 1687
18 67 Jake McLain 1680
19 47 Dale Howard 1656
20 4 Danny Smith 1625
21 43 Terry Witherspoon 1611
22 23 Lance Moss 1513
23 88 Tim Crawley 1496
24 21b Brandon McLain 1402
25 27 Curt Terrell 1334
26 44 Ronny Howard 1236
27 44c Chase Howard 1204
28 29a Kyle Amerson 1200
29 99 Tanner Witherspoon 1192
30 89 Robbie Stillwaggon 1171
31 22 Shawn Murray 1116
32 40 Howard Moore 1106
33 1a Lee Moore 1077
34 29 Jeff Oliver 985
35 61 Cody Howard 882
36 93 Jake Knight 850
37 3g Garrett Green 844
38 116 Nick Snyder 835
39 12m Greg Merritt 802
40 39 Brad Bowden 797
41 13 Todd Fayard 794
42 01 Shane Morgan 783
43 82 Matt Kurtz 776
44 24 Danny Martin Jr 767
45 10k Dewayne White 756
Tie 83 Mark Ruel Jr 756
47 3 Sammy Swindell 716
48 21 Butch David 704
49 88r Cody Gardner 691
50 14b Bo Barber 660
51 8 Dan Jones 630
52 14 Tony Stewart 564
53 14 Tyler Clem 560
54 44 Trey Starks 561
55 10b Mitch Brown 553
56 67x Matt Linder 538
57 3a AJ Maddox 517
58 91a Ernie Ainsworth 513
59 58 Nathan Emig 494
60 59 III Johnny Petrozelle 470
61 25 Ray Bugg 468
62 34 Darren Orth 464
63 6s Robbie Smith 452
64 b52 Bill Mason 440
65 111 Brandon Grubaugh 416
66 07 Johnny Bridges 394
Tie 43m Michael Miller 394
68 21 Aubrey Black 390
Tie 94 Jeff Swindell 390
70 31 Justin Webb 389
71 16 Anthony Nicholson 372
72 22g Johnny Gilbertson 354
73 8z Zach Pringle 352
74 88 Brandon Blendon 348
75 92 Nick Woolsey 340
76 1 Matt Carr 330
77 d6 Dakota Gaines 324
78 24 Terry McCarl 305
79 95 Matt Covington 295
80 1x Gary Taylor 286
Tie 5d Zach Daum 286
82 21k Thomas Kennedy 279
83 w20 Greg Wilson 282
84 29 Chad Jones 274
85 5w Ryan Coniam 270
Tie 09 Timmy Thrash 270
87 m1 Mark Smith 260
88 22 Travis Senter 258
89 1 Tyler Cross 254
90 84 Brandon Hanks 252
91 17w Harli White 244
92 0x Clint Weiss 240
93 83 Curt Schumacher 236
94 29w Wade Woolsey 232
95 01T Brandon Olson 230
Tie 52 Cody Karl 230
Tie 1 Micha McCall 230
Tie 23 Seth Bergman 230
99 55 Donny Howard 226
Tie 6 Sean Hosey 226
101 43m AJ Parrish 220
102 121 Jan Howard 210
103 12b Bryan Eckley 206
104 21b Brandon Hinkle 200
Tie c4 Jim Shuster 200
Tie 2one Kevin Hinkle 200
Tie 49 Mallie Shuster 200
108 00 Tristan Lee 134
109 15j Jeremy Middleton 128
110 sr4 Charlie Sweetser 126
111 4 iv Bronzie Lawson IV 120
Tie 5s Sonny Stroud 120
113 X Bill Moore 116
Tie 44x Marty Meredith 116
Tie 11 Michael Hampton 116
116 24 Nathan Brown 114
117 17 Jacob Necaise 112
118 11 Mike Hampton 108
119 12b Don Ryder 100
Tie 7d Dylan DeJournett 100
Tie 20 Frank Carlsson 100
Tie 43t Gavin Thomas 100
Tie 43jr Richard Beasley Jr 100
Tie 32x Robert Richardson 100
Tie 29s Rusty Stanford 100

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 Email: peteuscs@att.net

Photo/Caption $14; Arkansas' Jordon Mallett captured the 2017 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Championship at the end of 40 events.(USCS Photo).

 

 

USCS Talladega event on Saturday, November 18th is cancelled!

Cancelled...The USCS "Shootout at the Short Track" scheduled for this coming Saturday, November 18th at Talladega Short Track (www.talladegashorttrack.com) has been cancelled due to the forecast of incoming rain. With rain chances in the 70-90% range from all weather services predicted for Saturday afternoon and evening, "We feel like the best decision is to save everyone the time and added expense of traveling into the area and have just decided to head off the situation. We have watched ther weather forecast for a week and it has stayed the same with increasing rain chances". stated track owner Lynn Phillips and USCS (www.uscsracing.com) Founder and President Pete Walton. At this late date, and having already rescheduled the event twice from its original race date of October 7th it will not be re-scheduled at Talladega Short Track for this same event in 2017. This was to be the season finale for USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and presented by K&N Filters, the www.rockauto.com USCS Mini Sprints and for Talladega Short Track. Two USCS dates have already been confirmed at Talladwga short Track in 2018. As a side note The United Sprint Car Series held it first-ever event at Talladega Short Track on April 25, 1997 won by eleven-time series Champion Terry Gray. “We would like to thank everyone including drivers, team members, fans, sponsors and racing facilities associated with USCS for their support in 2017 and we look forward to an exciting 2018. We would at this time like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving holiday and rest of the year”, Concluded USCS President Pete Walton. For updated USCS schedules , rules and other info please visit www.uscsracing.com USCS also has a social media presence on Facebook with their page at USCS Racing and on Twitter at @uscsracing.

 

 

Pennsylvanian Mark Smith bests strong USCS field at Bubba Raceway Park in USCS Florida State Race 2017 finale

Ocala, FLORIDA - November 11, 2017 – Mark Smith from Sunbury, Pennsylvania raced from the K&N Filters Pole Position into the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane on Saturday night at Bubba Raceway Park in the 3rd annual 2017 United Sprint Car Series Florida State Championship Race 30-lap finale for winged sprint cars. Smith led all thirty circuits around the 3/8 mie semi-banked oval for his first series win. Smith was a surprise unannounced entry on Friday night when he finished a disappointing 21st. He bested a stellar field of 35 entries on Saturday night with drivers from at least ten states entered.

Smith finished ahead of the event’s second night talent laden field including Terry McCarl from Altoona, Iowa, who was the runner-up for the second night in a row in the Championship final. The 2016 and two-time Top Gun Sprints Champion, Matt Kurtz from Jacksonville, Florida followed in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place to represent his home-state in a respectable manner after winning the evening’s Butlerbuilt Third Heat Race. Kurtz was followed across the finish line by veteran National Sprint Car Hall of Famer and 2017 Ohio Sprint Car Series Champion, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio in fourth place. The previous night’s winner, Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington, who Championed the inaugural USCS Florida State Championship Race in 2015, charged from fourteenth starting position to complete the top five finishers in the 2017 finale and garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

Brandon, Florida’s A.J. Maddox led the next group in sixth place. Maddox was running in the third position behind Mark Smith and McCarl when he had a right rear tire go flat during the lap eleven red flag period for Mark Ruel’s turn four accident. Maddox went to the pits and got another tire to return to action prior to the re-start at the tail-end of the field to charge back to sixth place. He was followed by home-track hero and 2017 BRP USCS Spring Speed Xplosion prelim winner, Tyler Clem from Tampa, Florida in seventh place. The 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year, 15-year-old Danny Sams III from Northport, Florida followed in eighth place and the 2016 World of Outlaws Rookie of the Year and another Ohio traveler, Greg Wilson from Benton Ridge, Ohio was ninth after starting seventeenth. The defending USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion from Cordova, Tennessee, Morgan Turpen rallied from an eighteenth place starting position to round out the top ten drivers.

Shawn Murray from Jacksonville, Florida kicked off the evening’s winged sprint car action with a win in the USCS Mystery Dash. USCS National points leader, Jordon Mallett bested the six-car, six-lap USCS Hoosier Tire Speed Dash that includes the top six cars from the previous event’s main event finish.

Heat race victories went to Danny Sams III in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and Mark Smith in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. The Butlerbuilt third heat checkers was claimed by Matt Kurtz. The Schoenfeld Headers fourth heat was won by Mark Ruel, Jr. from Jacksonville, Florida. The fifth and final Pro Shocks heat race was won by young gun A.J. Maddox.

The first of two B-Main wins went to veteran Tampa, Florida racer, Robbie Smith. Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who is the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National points leader, won the second B-Main. The K&N Filters Pole Award and pole position was garner by Mark Smith after he earned the most passing points, then had first heat winner Danny Sams III draw a zero in the K&N Filters Pole Award drawing. Trey Starks as previously mentioned earned the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award after passing nine cars in the main event.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is set for Saturday night November 18th at famed Talladega Short Track a.k.a. the Hornet’s Nest in Eastaboga, Alabama in the season finale for both the series and the track. For info on Talladega Short track PLEASE VISIT WWW.TALLADEGASHORTTRACK.COM For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.]


USCS Outlaw Thuunder Tour presented by K&N Filters sprint car results for the USCS Florida State Championship Race finale at Bubba Raceway Park on SATURDAY, November 11, 2017

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 2. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 3. 14c-Tyler Clem[5] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[7] ; 5. 43t-Gavin Thomas[6] ; 6. 83-Bob Auld[3] ; 7. c4-Jim Shuster[4]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps)
1. m1-Mark Smith[4] ; 2. 29o-Jeff Oliver[1] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 4. 14m-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 5. 67m-Jake McLain[2] ; 6. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[6] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[7]

Butlerbuilt Heat 3 - (8 Laps)
1. 82-Matt Kurtz[2] ; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[6] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 4. 12b-Brian Eckley[4] ; 5. 07-Brandon Taylor[3] ; 6. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[7] ; 7. 49-Mallie Shuster[5]

Schoenfeld Headers Heat 4 - (8 Laps)
1. 83R-Mark Ruel Jr[1] ; 2. 67t-Brian Thomas[2] ; 3. 43-Terry Witherspoon[5] ; 4. 44-Trey Starks[6] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[7] ; 6. 22-Shawn Murray[3] ; 7. g6-Brandon Grubaugh[4]

Pro Shocks Heat 5 - (8 Laps)
1. 3a-AJ Maddox[4] ; 2. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[1] ; 3. 6s-Robbie Smith[2] ; 4. w20-Greg Wilson[6] ; 5. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[5] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[3] ; 7. 14b-Bo Barber[7]

Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps)
1. 14m-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[3] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[2] ; 4. 44-Trey Starks[4] ; 5. w20-Greg Wilson[5] ; 6. 24d-Danny Sams III[6]

Mystery Dash - (6 Laps)
1. 22-Shawn Murray[1] ; 2. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[3] ; 3. 83-Bob Auld[4] ; 4. 14b-Bo Barber[2]

B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)
1. 6s-Robbie Smith[2] ; 2. w20-Greg Wilson[1] ; 3. 07-Brandon Taylor[6] ; 4. 12b-Brian Eckley[4] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 6. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[7] ; 7. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[5] ; 8. 22-Shawn Murray[8] ; 9. g6-Brandon Grubaugh[11] ; 10. 28-Jeff Willingham[9] ; 11. 49-Mallie Shuster[10]

B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)
1. 14m-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 3. 116-Nick Snyder[3] ; 4. 67m-Jake McLain[6] ; 5. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[5] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[8] ; 7. 83-Bob Auld[7] ; 8. 43t-Gavin Thomas[4] ; 9. 14b-Bo Barber[9] ; 10. c4-Jim Shuster[10]

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour A-Main 1 - (30 Laps)
m1-Mark Smith[1] ; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[3] ; 3. 82-Matt Kurtz[4] ; 4. 4-Danny Smith[9] ; 5. 44-Trey Starks[14] ; 6. 3a-AJ Maddox[2] ; 7. 14c-Tyler Clem[7] ; 8. 24d-Danny Sams III[5] ; 9. w20-Greg Wilson[17] ; 10. 10m-Morgan Turpen[18] ; 11. 14m-Jordon Mallett[16] ; 12. 07-Brandon Taylor[19] ; 13. 43-Terry Witherspoon[8] ; 14. 67m-Jake McLain[22] ; 15. 38-Tony Agin[24] ; 16. 33-Joe Larkin[25] ; 17. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[13] ; 18. 83R-Mark Ruel Jr[6] ; 19. 10-Terry Gray[10] ; 20. 29o-Jeff Oliver[12] ; 21. 28-Jeff Willingham[23] ; 22. 67t-Brian Thomas[11] ; 23. 12b-Brian Eckley[21] ; 24. 6s-Robbie Smith[15] ; 25. 116-Nick Snyder[20]

Did not start A-Main: 99-Tanner Witherspoon; 47-Eric Riggins, Jr.; 22-Shawn Murray; g6-Brandon Grubaugh; 49-Mallie Schuster; 59III-Johnny Petroozelle; 83-Bob Auld; 43t-Gavin Thomas; 14b-Bo Barber; c4-Jim Shuster.

United Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Jordon Mallett
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Danny Sams III
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Mark Smith
Butlerbuilt Thiird Heat: Matt Kurtz
K&N Filters Pole Award: Mark Smith
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (3rd Place) Matt Kurtz
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (4th Place) Danny Smith
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Matt Kurtz
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: ( Trey Starks started 14th and finished 5th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: A.J. Maddox
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Tyler Clem
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Danny Sams III
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Morgan Turpen



MINI SPRINTS: Florida State Challenge event for the Florida Mini Sprint Action series vs. the RockAuto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprints results at Bubba Raceway Park on Saturday, November 11, 2017:

Hoosier Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps)
77-Robbie Smith[1] ; 2. 45-Kenny Brewer[4] ; 3. 71-John Craddock[2] ; 4. 66-Robby Hoffman[5] ; 5. 86-Russell Heider[6] ; 6. 11s-Ian Schroeder[3]

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 67-David Hall[1] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[5] ; 3. 8-Eddie Moss[7] ; 4. 1z-Bobby Zaiontz[6] ; 5. 19-Jim Kradel[4] ; 6. 30-John Crowder[8] ; 7. 14-Scott Barberis[3] ; 8. 24-Ken Penta[2]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps)
1. 45-Kenny Brewer[6] ; 2. 730-Conner Morrell[1] ; 3. 71-John Craddock[5] ; 4. 17-Austin Craddock[7] ; 5. 64-Adam Barnes[2] ; 6. 88-AJ Parrish[4] ; 7. 33-Don Quinn[3] ; 8. 12n-Richard Nash[8]

www.rockauto.com Heat 3 - (8 Laps)
1. 77-Robbie Smith[2] ; 2. 66-Robby Hoffman[1] ; 3. 86-Russell Heider[3] ; 4. 11s-Ian Schroeder[6] ; 5. 52r-Jim McNulty[4] ; 6. 1c-Carson Canady[5] ; 7. 22-Lee Gruber[7] ; 8. 68-Dirk Miller[8]


FMSA series vs. www.rockauto.com USCS mini Sprint A-Main - (20 Laps)
66-Robby Hoffman[9] ; 2. 77-Robbie Smith[3] ; 3. 45-Kenny Brewer[6] ; 4. 71-John Craddock[1] ; 5. 11s-Ian Schroeder[11] ; 6. 17-Austin Craddock[7] ; 7. 730-Conner Morrell[8] ; 8. 67-David Hall[2] ; 9. 8-Eddie Moss[4] ; 10. 86-Russell Heider[12] ; 11. 1z-Bobby Zaiontz[10] ; 12. 30-John Crowder[13] ; 13. 33-Don Quinn[20] ; 14. 19-Jim Kradel[14] ; 15. 14-Scott Barberis[19] ; 16. 52r-Jim McNulty[15] ; 17. 1c-Carson Canady[17] ; 18. 88-AJ Parrish[18] ; 19. 68-Dirk Miller[23] ; 20. 64-Adam Barnes[16] ; 21. 24-Ken Penta[21] ; 22. 3-Trynt Lloyd[5] ; 23. 22-Lee Gruber[24] ; 24. 12n-Richard Nash[22]​


FMSA series vs www.rockauto.com USCS Mini Sprint series
Florida State Challenge event RACE AWARDS:

K&N Filters Pole Award:
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: David Hall
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Kenny Brewer
Butlerbuilt Third Heat: Robbie Smith
K&N Filters Podium Award: (3rd place) Award: John Craddock
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Robby Hoffman
PRO Shocks Champions Choice Award: (1st place) Robby hoffman
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Austin Craddock
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Conner Morrell
DHR Suspension 8th-Place Award: David Hall
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Russell Heider

 

 

Trey Starks shows the way around Bubba Raceway Park in USCS Florida State Race night #1

Ocala, FLORIDA - November 10, 2017 – Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington picked up where he left of on his last visit to Bubba Raceway Park by racing from the K&N Filters Pole Position into the www.rockauto.com USC Victory Lane on Friday night in the night one 25-lap main event for the United Sprint Car Series Series at BRP. Starks led all circuits around the 3/8 mie semi-banked oval for his first series win of the season in the USCS Florida State Championship Race prelim. Starks won the final during the first annual event in 2015. The Washington state young gun had to best a 37 car field of entries from 10 states for th win. It was S10th and career 30th sprint car victory

Starks finished ahead of a talent laden field including runner-up Terry McCarl from Altoona, Iowa. Defending USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion from Cordova, Tennessee followed in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place followed by current USCS National points leader and the 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. World of Outlaws 2016 Rookie of the Year and WOO regular Greg Wilson from Benton Ridge, Ohio rounded out the top five drivers.

The 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year, 15-year-old Danny Sams III from Northport, Florida led the next group in sixth place followed by Mark Ruel, Jr. from Jacksonville, Florida in seventh. Johnny Gilbertson from Dover Florida followed in eighth place and 11-time USCS Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee in ninth place. Matt Kurtz also from Jacksonville, Florida rallied from a ninteenth place start to round out the top ten drivers.

Heat race victories went to Terry McCarl in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and Mark Smith in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. The Schoenfeld third heat checkers was claimed by Johnny Gilbertson.Schoenfeld Headers fourth heat was won by Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia. The fifth and final Pro Shocks heat race was won b veteran Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio. The first B-Main wins went to Terry Gray and Jeff Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia won the second one. The K&N Filters Pole Award and pole position was garner by Starks after first heat winner, Terry McCarl drew a four inversion for high points earner, Tyler Clem.. Matt Kurtz earned the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger award after passing nine cars in the main event.

The next USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event is set for Saturday night at Bubba Raceway Park in the finals of the USCS Florida State Championship Race. For updated schedules and other USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, Bell Helmets, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.]

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters
at Bubba Raceway Park on FRIDAY 11-10-2017 results.
Hoosier Speed Dash - (6 Laps) 1x Scott Hunter, 14 Jordon Mallet, 07 Brandon Taylor, 67 Jake McLain, 10 Terry Gray and 43 Terry Witherspoon.

Engler Machine and Tool heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 24-Terry McCarl[1] ; 2. w20-Greg Wilson[3] ; 3. 6s-Robbie Smith[5] ; 4. g6-Brandon Grubaugh[2] ; 5. 10-Terry Gray[7] ; 6. 67-Jake McLain[6] ; 7. 33-Joe Larkin[4] ; 8. 14b-Bo Barber[8]
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions heat 2 - (8 Laps)
1. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 2. 14c-Tyler Clem[7] ; 3. 29-Jeff Oliver[2] ; 4. 1x-Scott Hunter[5] ; 5. 22-Shawn Murray[6] ; 6. 12b-Brian Eckley[8] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[4] ; 8. 49-Mallie Shuster[1]
Schoenfeld heat 3 - (8 Laps)
1. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[1] ; 2. 23-Trey Starks[4] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 4. 07-Brandon Taylor[5] ; 5. 116-Nick Snyder[7] ; 6. 82-Matt Kurtz[6] ; 7. 83a-Bob Auld[2]
DHR Suspension heat 4 - (8 Laps)
1. 67T-Brian Thomas[1] ; 2. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 3. 14m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 4. 4m-Michael Miller[7] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[3] ; 6. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[5] ; 7. 3a-AJ Maddox[2]
PRO Shocks heat 5 - (8 Laps)
1. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 2. 24d-Danny Sams III[1] ; 3. 83r-Mark Ruel Jr[5] ; 4. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[4] ; 5. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[3] ; 6. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[7] ; 7. c4-Jim Shuster[6]
B-Main 1 - (12 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 2. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[4] ; 3. 82-Matt Kurtz[8] ; 4. 1x-Scott Hunter[2] ; 5. 3a-AJ Maddox[11] ; 6. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[7] ; 7. 38-Tony Agin[1] ; 8. 28-Jeff Willingham[10] ; 9. g6-Brandon Grubaugh[5] ; 10. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[6] ; 11. c4-Jim Shuster[9] ; 12. 49-Mallie Shuster[12]
B-Main 2 - (12 Laps)
1. 29-Jeff Oliver[1] ; 2. 43-Terry Witherspoon[6] ; 3. 67-Jake McLain[7] ; 4. 33-Joe Larkin[9] ; 5. 12b-Brian Eckley[5] ; 6. 07-Brandon Taylor[2] ; 7. 83a-Bob Auld[10] ; 8. 14b-Bo Barber[11] ; 9. 116-Nick Snyder[3] ; 10. 22-Shawn Murray[4] ; 11. 24jr-Danny Martin Jr[8]
A-Main - (25 Laps)
1. 23-Trey Starks[1] ; 2. 24-Terry McCarl[7] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 4. 14m-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 5. w20-Greg Wilson[10] ; 6. 24d-Danny Sams III[14] ; 7. 83r-Mark Ruel Jr[12] ; 8. 22G-Johnny Gilbertson[8] ; 9. 10-Terry Gray[15] ; 10. 82-Matt Kurtz[19] ; 11. 67T-Brian Thomas[9] ; 12. 67-Jake McLain[20] ; 13. 4m-Michael Miller[13] ; 14. 43-Terry Witherspoon[18] ; 15. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[17] ; 16. 07-Brandon Taylor[25] ; 17. 14c-Tyler Clem[4] ; 18. 29-Jeff Oliver[16] ; 19. 38-Tony Agin[23] ; 20. 1x-Scott Hunter[21] ; 21. m1-Mark Smith[3] ; 22. 6s-Robbie Smith[11] ; 23. 33-Joe Larkin[22] ; 24. 4-Danny Smith[2] ; 25. 28-Jeff Willingham[24]

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Scott Hunter
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Terry McCarl
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Mark Smith
K&N Filters Pole Award: Trey Starks
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (2nd Place) Terry McCarl
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award: (3rd Place) Morgan Turpen
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Morgan Turpen
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award:.Matt Kurtz (started 19th and finished 10th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Danny Sams III
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Mark Ruel, Jr.
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Johnny Gilbertson
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Matt Kurtz

FMSA vs. RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprints resuts Bubba Raceway Park 11/10/17
Engler Machine and Tool heat 1 (8 Laps)
1. 11s-Ian Schroeder[2] ; 2. 71j-John Craddock[7] ; 3. 88-AJ Parrish[3] ; 4. 1c-Carson Canady[4] ; 5. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[5] ; 6. 30-John Crowder[8] ; 7. 24-Ken Penta[6] ; 8. 8-Eddie Moss[1]
Brown and Miller Racing Products 2nd heat (8 Laps)
1. 77-Robbie Smith[8] ; 2. 66-Robby Hoffman[3] ; 3. 45-Kenny Brewer[2] ; 4. 71a-Austin Craddock[7] ; 5. 730-Gregg Jones[1] ; 6. 28-Conner Morrell[5] ; 7. 67-David Hall[6] ; 8. 14-Scott Barberis[4]
Rockauto.com heat 3 (8 Laps)
1. 86-Russell Heider[1] ; 2. 3-Trynt Lloyd[5] ; 3. 68-Dirk Miller[2] ; 4. 07-Brandon Taylor[3] ; 5. 33-Don Quinn[6] ; 6. 52r-Jim McNulty[4] ; 7. 19-Jim Kradel[7] ; 8. 12n-Richard Nash[8]
Hoosier Speed Dash (5 Laps)
1. 07-Brandon Taylor[1] ; 2. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[3] ; 3. 28-Conner Morrell[2] ; 4. 88-AJ Parrish[4] ; 5. 19-Jim Kradel[5] ; 6. 52r-Jim McNulty[6]
A-Main 1 (20 Laps)
1. 77-Robbie Smith[1] ; 2. 71j-John Craddock[2] ; 3. 11s-Ian Schroeder[4] ; 4. 45-Kenny Brewer[9] ; 5. 66-Robby Hoffman[6] ; 6. 86-Russell Heider[5] ; 7. 68-Dirk Miller[10] ; 8. 67-David Hall[21] ; 9. 1-Bobby Zaiontz[14] ; 10. 71a-Austin Craddock[7] ; 11. 30-John Crowder[15] ; 12. 33-Don Quinn[13] ; 13. 24-Ken Penta[20] ; 14. 19-Jim Kradel[19] ; 15. 28-Conner Morrell[17] ; 16. 14-Scott Barberis[22] ; 17. 07-Brandon Taylor[12] ; 18. 52r-Jim McNulty[18] ; 19. 88-AJ Parrish[8] ; 20. 1c-Carson Canady[11] ; 21. 3-Trynt Lloyd[3] ; 22. 730-Gregg Jones[16] ; 23. 8-Eddie Moss[23] ; 24. 12n-Richard Nash[24]​

www.rockauto.com USCS 600 SPRINT CAR SERIES RACE AWARDS:
K&N Filters Pole Award: Robbie Smith
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Ian Schroeder
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Robbie Smith
K&N Filters Podium Award: (3rd place) Award: Ian Schoeder
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: David Hall
PRO Shocks Champions Choice Award: (5th place) Robby Hoffman
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Russel Heider
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Dirk Miller
DHR Suspension 8th-Place Award: David Hall
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Austin Craddock

 

Yep! The big guns are coming….USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars headline USCS Florida State Sprint Car Championship Race at Bubba Raceway Park on Friday and Saturday, November 10th and 11th

Atlanta, GA – November 3, 20117 - The Fayetteville, Georgia based United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars make only their second 2017 visit to Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on Friday and Saturday, November 10th and 11th The event is entitled the USCS Florida State Sprint Car Championship Race (2017) . The series’ 120 mile per hour USCS winged Outlaw type sprint cars headline the two-night Veteran’s Day weekend of racing action at the semi-banked three-eighths mile D-shaped oval track.

The racing card also includes the 100 mile per hour www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints and Florida Mini Sprint Action series on both nights in a head to head duel for Southen superiority.The Friday and Saturday’s racing card will add a third open wheel racing division when the Florida Modlite STARS racing series join the other two open wheel divisions on both nights for their Fall Nationals 2017 as well. Saturday night’s racing card also feature the Florida T.Q. Late Models and the mighty Gladiators division.

The United Sprint Car Series portion of the two-night event will give a driver who can sweep the weekend’s elements an opportunity to pick up nearly $4000 in cash prize winnings plus contingency awards. Friday night’s 20-lap preliminary main event winner will receive a $1500 paycheck upon arriving first in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane. Saturday night’s 30-lap USCS Championship sprint car finale winner will receive a $2000 paycheck.

The event expects to draw winged sprint car drivers from at least 10 states including most of the series 2017 feature winners. Heading the entry list is the 2015 and 2016 and defending USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee and 11-time USCS Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. Also makimg a return to the BRP Speedplant will be the current National points leader and a six-time USCS main event winner in 2017, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas. Mallett is locked in a battle for this years ttile with Gray that looks to be going down to the wire.

The 24-year-old Turpen is expected to be the only female sprint car driverto compete and is the 2017 united Sprint Car Series wins leader with nine trips to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane during the 2017 season. Turpen is an 20-time USCS feature winner and the top ranked female sprint car driver in the country

A number of other top drivers from the Southeastern United States are entered including 2015 prelim night winner Danny Martin, Jr. from Sarasota, Florida. Martin stormed into the lead in the 2015 Championship final only to have a deflating left rear tire come apart and send him to the sidelines. After winning six-time in 2016 he will return to action this weekend with a sweep as his goal.

Twenty-one-year old Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington won the 2015 USCS Florida State Championship Race and is expected to return this week to go for his second USCS Florida State Championship Race title.

In addition to Starks, the USCS regulars and Southeastern sprint car drivers will have two veteran sprint car driving greats to contend with. Multi-time East Bay Raceway Ronald Laney 360 Winter Nationals Champion, Terry Mc Carl from Altoona, Iowa and National Sprint Car Hall of Famer, Danny Smith from Chillicothe, Ohio. McCarl who is a six-time Knoxille (IA) track Champion and four-time Knoxville 360 Nationals Champion will be looking to add to his 300 plus career win total. Smith is the 2017 Ohio Sprint Car Series Champion and Atomic Speedway (Oh) track Champion. Both captured United Sprint Car Series feature wins in 2016.

Another challenge for all of these drivers will be to beat track favorite 15 year-old Tyler Clem from Tampa, Florida who has won in three different type race cars at the track this season (Sprint Car, Late Model and Modified). Clem, at age fifteen, won thr March 31st USCS race on its first stop this season. Three-time NASCAR Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart from Columbus, Indiana won on the following night (April 1st) at BRP this season.

A host of past Rookie of the Year drivers are entered. Those include the 2014 USCS Rookie of the Year, Brandon McLain from Indian Trail, North Carolina as well as The 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida and current 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year 15-year-old Danny Sams III from Englewood, Florida and current USCS Rookie of the Year points leader, Brandon Tylor from Cumming, are all expected to be entered as well.

The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi and past Carolina Racesaver Sprint Series Champion, Jake McLain from Indian Trail, North Carolina are both entered as well.Other veteran sprint car drivers expected to enter include Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia and Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia. Five Florida USCS regulars are also entered including Terry and Tanner Witherspoon and Shawn Murray all from Jacksonville, Florida and Bob Auld from Largo Florida are entered. Former Carolina Racesaver Sprint series Champion Jake McLain from Indian Trail, North Carolina is on the list as well.

The www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprint series is also expected to draw entries from as far away as North Carolina and Mississippi. Those entries include Two-time Champion, Bobby Zaiontz from Columbus, Mississippi. In addition, several USCS Mini Sprint 2017 winners including 2016 USCS Mini Sprint Rookie of the Year, Conner Morrell from Bradenton, Florida and Gregg Jones from Navarre, Florida. Also entered is another 2017 winner, 17-year-old Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia who is a recent www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint series Rookie of the Year and will compete in both divisions.

Bubba Raceway Park is located at 9050 N.W. Gainesville Rd. in Ocala, Florida 34482 The track telephone: is 352.622.9400 For event info please visit www.bubbaracewaypark.com or the speedway’s Facebook page at Bubba Raceway Park. The USCS series Official website is located at www.uscsracing.com The USCS phone numbers are Office at 770-460-7223 or Mobile at 770-865-6097.

 

 

HAGAR AND SENTER POST FLIP FLOP 50 USCS WINS AT THE DITCH

WEST MEMPHIS, AR – October 21, 2017 - Derek Hagar of Marion, AR won the Flip 25, and Travis Senter of Osceola, AR won the Flop 25 in the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters Flip Flop 50 on Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway. The finish of the Flip 25 was inverted, or Flopped, for the second 25-lap main event of the evening.

If Hagar could win the Flop 25 from the 22nd starting spot, he would cash in on the $2000 bonus money posted. Hagar put on a show coming through the field on a multi-groove slick racing surface, but he fell three spots short of doubling up, and took the checkered flag in the fourth spot at the track known as “The Ditch.”

Following Hagar under the checkered flag in the Flip 25 were Cody Gardner of Byhalia, MS in second, and third went to Howard Moore of Memphis, TN. Brad Bowden of Hernando, MS took the fourth spot and USCS National point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR was fifth.

National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Inductee Danny Smith finished six and Chad Jones of Germantown, TN was seventh. Eighth went to the defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN and Jan Howard of Byhalia, MS was ninth. Brandon Hanks of Burlison, TN rounded out the top ten.

“The track was good tonight, as we could race wherever we wanted to go, or needed to go,” Hager said after winning the Flip 50. “I hope the track stays that way because I’m starting the second race on the tail and I’m going to need all of the racing grooves I can get to come to the front.”

Senter would celebrate his first ever Sprint Car win in the second 25 lapper, with second going to Hanks. Bowden took the third spot in front of Hagar, and 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN finished fifth. Moore finished six in the night cap, and Dale Howard of Byhalia, MS took the seventh spot.

“This is great to win my first Sprint Car race,” Senter said. “I’ve won a lot of Mini Sprint races, but never a Sprint Car race until tonight. This is one I’ll never forget.”

Danny Smith finished eighth in the Flop 25, and ninth went to Jan Howard, with Cody Gardner rounding out the top ten.

In preliminary action, the evening’s six-lap Hoosier Speed Dash went to Moore and the winners of the four eight-lap heat races were Hanks in the Engler Machine and Tool first heat, Turpen in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second heat, Hagar in the Schoenfeld Headers third heat, and Justin Webb of Drummonds, TN in the Hero Graphics fourth heat. The 15-lap DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends B-Main was won by Jones.

Kyle Amerson of Matthews, AL was the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race in the Flip 25 after starting 21st and finishing 11th. Hagar was without a doubt the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race in the Flop 25, as he started 22nd and finished fourth.

Smith was the K&N Filters Pole Award winner for the Flip 25 and he took the lead at the start of the race followed by Moore, Hagar, Gardner and Gray. Moore went to the inside in turn one on lap three to power under Smith to take the lead, but that pass was negated by a caution flag when Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA tagged the first turn guard rail.

The restart saw Smith back on the point with Moore, Hagar, Gardner, Turpen, Gray, Bowden, Andy McElhannon of Hernando, MS, Mallett, and Webb in tow coming down for the green flag. Gray spun out of the sixth spot in turn one on the restart. That moved Hanks into the top ten for the next restart.

Moore tried the inside again on lap five to get underneath Smith in turn one to take the lead, and when the lap was completed, it stuck this time. Hagar was able to make the same inside move on Smith in turn one on lap six to take over the second spot. Moore and Hagar were running turns one and two on the bottom groove, and then went top shelf on the cushion in turns three and four.

The third caution flag of the race slowed the field on lap ten when Nathan Brown of Marion, AR spun in turn one. The restart lined up with Moore in the lead followed by Hagar, Gardner, Bowden, Smith, Jones, Turpen, Marshall Skinner of Marion, AR, Mallett, and Hanks in the top ten. When the field went back to green, Moore and Hagar put on a show for the lead.

Hagar took the lead on lap 12, and Moore took the lead back on lap 13. Both drivers swapped grooves on both ends of the race track with Hagar inside and Moore outside in turns one and two, while it was Moore on the inside and Hagar on the outside in turns three and four.

On lap 20, it was Hagar powering around the outside of Moore to take the lead coming off the fourth turn. Hagar would then lead the rest of the way to take the win, and then choose to take Flip Flop Challenge for the big money. Hagar would line up 22nd and last in the starting line-up for the Flop 25.

Skinner took the lead from the third starting spot when the green flag fell to start the Flop 25, with K&N Filters Pole Award winner Dale Howard in second followed by Hanks, Gray and Senter. The field settled into a race pace until lap 11 when the caution flag came out for Webb who collected the leader Skinner, who kept going despite getting airborne in the contact with Webb.

Skinner was able to continue and held the lead for the restart followed by Dale Howard, Hanks, Senter, Gray, Jan Howard, Bowden, Smith, Turpen and Gardner, with Hagar just outside the top ten in 11th. Hagar moved into the tenth spot on lap 15.

Dale Howard and Hanks got together on lap 16, and Senter was there to drive by both of them to take over the second spot. Hanks recovered to remain in third, but Dale Howard lost several positions before he could get back up to full speed. Skinner looked like he had victory in sight with five laps to go, but things can change quickly in a Sprint Car race.

Skinner slowed off the pace on lap 20, as Senter sailed past to take the lead. Skinner would shut down his race car on lap 21 to light up caution bulb with a broken steering, possibly a result of his lap 11 encounter with Webb. Senter lined up as the leader for the five lap dash to the finish followed by Hanks, Bowden, Gray, Hagar, Moore, Dale Howard, Jan Howard, Smith and Gardner in the top ten.

Senter was able to hold to his own in the last five laps of the race, but all eyes were on Hagar, who restarted in the fifth spot. Hagar got by Gray for the fourth spot, but that was all he had in his quest for the Flip Flop Bonus Money.

In other action, Brandon Poppenheimer of Nesbit, MS won the 25-lap United Speed Contest Sanction Open-Wheel Modified feature race. USCS Open-Wheel Modified point leader Hunter Willbanks of Lakeland, TN finished second, and third went to Nathan Brown of Marion, AR. J.C. Waller of Arlington, TN was fourth and Lucas Lee of Paris, TN rounded out the top five.

It was the Texas Two-Step going down in the Rock Auto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprint 25-lap Main Event as Holden Anderson of Montgomery, TX was the winner and second went to Brandon Anderson of Montgomery, TX. Kyle Amerson of Matthews, AL was third, with fourth going to Clayton Robertson of Osceola, AR, and Kyle Carpenter of Baldwyn, MS rounding out the top five.

The next stop for the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters will be this Saturday night, October 28 at the track known as “The Hornet’s Nest,” Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL RESULTS OF THE FLIP FLOP 50 AT RIVERSIDE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY IN WEST MEMPHIS, AR ON 10/21/17:

FLIP 25-LAP FEATURE RACE:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 3 9jr Derek Hagar Marion, AR 2. 5 88r Cody Gardner Byhalia, MS 3. 2 88m Howard Moore Memphis, TN 4. 9 39 Brad Bowden Hernando, MS 5. 10 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 6. 1 4 Danny Smith Chillicothe, OH 7. 15 6 Chad Jones Germantown, TN 8. 7 10n Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 9. 17 10k Jan Howard Byhalia, MS 10. 6 84 Brandon Hanks Burlison, TN 11. 21 29 Kyle Amerson Matthews, AL 12. 4 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 13. 12 22 Travis Senter Osceola, AR 14. 22 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 15. 16 26 Marshall Skinner Marion, AR 16. 20 61 Cody Howard Byhalia, MS 17. 14 47 Dale Howard Byhalia, MS 18. 11 42 Andy McElhannon Hernando, MS 19. 13 24 Nathan Brown Marion, AR 20. 19 25 Ray Bugg Iuka, MS 21. 8 31 Justin Webb Drummonds, TN 22. 18 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Moore Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Hanks Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Turpen Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat: Hagar Hero Graphics Fourth Heat: Webb K&N Filters Pole Award: Smith JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (3rd Place): Moore PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (4th Place): Bowden K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Moore Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Amerson (started 21st and finished 11th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Smith Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Jones DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Turpen DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Hanks

FLOP 25-LAP FEATURE RACE:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 5 22 Travis Senter Osceola, AR 2. 8 84 Brandon Hanks Burlison, TN 3. 14 39 Brad Bowden Hernando, MS 4. 22 9jr Derek Hagar Marion, AR 5. 6 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 6. 15 88m Howard Moore Memphis, TN 7. 1 47 Dale Howard Byhalia, MS 8. 12 4 Danny Smith Chillicothe, OH 9. 9 10k Jan Howard Byhalia, MS 10. 16 88r Cody Gardner Bryant, AR 11. 17 42 Andy McElhannon Hernando, MS 12. 21 91 Ernie Ainsworth Bartlett, TN 13. 13 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 14. 7 29 Kyle Amerson Matthews, AL 15. 18 24 Nathan Brown Marion, AR 16. 11 6 Chad Jones Germantown, TN 17. 3 26 Marshall Skinner Marion, AR 18. 10 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 19. 20 31 Justin Webb Drummonds, TN 20. 4 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 21. 19 25 Ray Bugg Iuka, MS 22. 2 61 Cody Howard Byhalia, MS

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: K&N Filters Pole Award: D. Howard JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (4th Place): Hagar PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (5th Place): Gray K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Bowden Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Hagar (started 22nd and finished 4th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Moore Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: D. Howard DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Smith DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Gardner

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Moore; 2. McElhannon; 3. D. Howard; 4. Mallett; 5. Skinner; 6. Ainsworth.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Hanks; 2. Mallett; 3. D. Howard; 4. Skinner; 5. Jones; 6. Amerson; 7. J. Howard; 8. Greg Merritt, Nesbitt, MS.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Turpen; 2. McElhannon; 3. Gardner; 4. Taylor; 5. C. Howard; 6. Joe Larkin, Suwanee, GA; 7. Bugg; 8. Ainsworth.

Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. Hagar; 2. Moore; 3. Gray; 4. Senter; 5. Willingham; 6. Ronny Howard, Olive Branch, MS; 7. Tony Agin, Fort Myers, FL; 8. Lee Moore, Tuscaloosa, AL.

Hero Graphics Fourth Heat (8 Laps): 1. Webb; 2. Smith; 3. Bowden; 4. Brown; 5. Donny Howard, Olive Branch, MS; 6. Danny Sams III, Englewood, FL; 7. Chase Howard, Olive Branch, MS.

DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends B-Main (15 Laps): 1. Jones; 2. Skinner; 3. J. Howard; 4. Taylor; 5. Bugg; 6. C. Howard; 7. Amerson; 8. Ainsworth; 9. Merritt; 10. R. Howard; 11. Willingham; 12. Agin; 13. Larkin; 14. Sams; 15. Do. Howard; 16. Ch. Howard; 17. L. Moore.

USCS OUTLAW MODIFIED TOUR RESULTS:

25-LAP A-MAIN:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 2 99 Brandon Poppenheimer Nesbit, MS 2. 1 10w Hunter Willbanks Lakeland, TN 3. 5 21n Nathan Brown Marion, AR 4. 3 3 J.C. Waller Arlington, TN 5. 4 12 Lucas Lee Paris, TN 6. 13 25 Paul Robinson Tupelo, MS 7. 9 7 Bobby Allen Mason, TN 8. 8 15x Brandon Swindele Brighton, TN 9. 10 0 Jeremy Dalton Holly Springs, MS 10. 11 21v Kyle Vandergriff Marion, AR 11. 12 45n Donald Null Brighton, TN 12. 14 34 Charles Smith Atoka, TN 13. 7 76 Dustin Casselberry Malden, MO 14. 6 6 Dillon Knight Burlison, TN

K&N Filters Power Dash (6 Laps): 1. Waller; 2. Poppenheimer; 3. Lee; 4. Allen; 5. Null; 6. Smith.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Waller; 2. Brown; 3. Lee; 4. Swindele; 5. Dalton; 6. Vandergriff; 7. Robinson.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Willbanks; 2. Poppenheimer; 3. Casselberry; 4. Knight; 5. Allen; 6. Null; 7. Smith.

ROCK AUTO.COM USCS 600 MINI SPRINTS:

20 LAPS A-MAIN:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 6 6a Holden Anderson Montgomery, TX 2. 9 55 Brandon Anderson Montgomery, TX 3. 4 730 Kyle Amerson Matthews, AL 4. 18 69 Clayton Robertson Osceola, AR 5. 7 13 Kyle Carpenter Baldwyn, MS 6. 1 74 Tucker Boulton Brighton, TN 7. 2 1 Bobby Zaiontz Columbus, MS 8. 10 28 Conner Morrell Palmetto, FL 9. 21 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 10. 13 2a James Kelly Clarksville, TN 11. 23 21b Mike Barton Castillion Springs, TN 12. 17 88g Abbie Gatewood Caruthersville, MO 13. 12 17 Alex Lyles Arlington, TN 14. 15 8 Tyler Jones West Memphis, AR 15. 14 D14 Darl Parvin Rienzi, MS 16. 8 0 Leroy Carley Cunningham, TN 17. 3 22 Travis Senter Osceola, AR 18. 20 747 Lane Carr Southaven, MS 19. 5 2 Steven Parker West Memphis, AR 20. 16 88 B.J. Gatewood Caruthersville, MO 21. 11 M14 Mack Mitchell Rienzi, MS 22. 19 5 Ben Browder Adams, TN 23. 22 13L Corey Lowe Sikeston, MO 24. 24 6s Charles Starnes Ledbetter, KY

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Senter; 2. Taylor; 3. Amerson; 4. Morrell; 5. H. Anderson; 6. Parker. Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Boulton; 2. Senter; 3. B. Anderson; 4. Mitchell; 5. Kelly; 6. Jones; 7. Carr; 8. Lowe.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Amerson; 2. H. Anderson; 3. Parker; 4. Carpenter; 5. B. Gatewood; 6. Robertson; 7. Starnes; 8. Taylor.

Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. Zaiontz; 2. Carley; 3. Morrell; 4. Lyles; 5. Parvin; 6. A. Gatewood; 7. Browder; 8. Barton.

 

DALE HOWARD SURVIVES LATE RACE CRASH TO WIN RIVERSIDE USCS FALL NATIONALS MAIN EVENT #1 ON FRIDAY NIGHT
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WEST MEMPHIS, AR - October 20, 2017 - Dale Howard of Byhalia, MS survived a late race crash to come back and win the first night of the USCS Fall Nationals for the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters on Friday night at Riverside International Speedway. Howard took the lead on lap 24 of the 25 lap A-Main event after flirting with disaster.

For the first 23 laps of the A-Main, Howard chased early race leader Brandon Hanks of Burlison, TN, with Ernie Ainsworth of Bartlett, TN close behind the top two in the third spot. When Hanks got bogged down in heavy lapped traffic on lap 24, Howard went to the high groove, and Ainsworth dove for the inside in turn one.

The lead trio was three-wide in turn two and hard racing caused contact being made by all three drivers. Hanks was the meat in the Sprint Car sandwich, as Howard hooked him. Hanks spun to the top of the track, hit the outside concrete retaining wall, and flipped on his side to bring out the red flag. Hanks was O.K., but he was done for the night, and gave the lead to Howard for the restart.

Howard pilled away from Ainsworth when the green flag came out, followed by the white flag, and then the checkered flag on the 25th tour. Marshall Skinner of Marion, AR passed Ainsworth for second in the green, white, checkered dash to the finish, and Ainsworth has to settle for third. USCS point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR was fourth, and fifth went to Andy McElhannon of Hernando, MS.

Howard Moore of Memphis, TN started 17th and finished sixth to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award. National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Inductee Danny Smith of Chillicothe, OH took the seventh spot and Chad Jones of Germantown, TN was eighth. The ninth spot went to Dewayne White of Byhalia, MS and Travis Senter of Osceola, AR rounded out the top ten.

In preliminary action, Howard also won the six-lap Hoosier Race Tire Speed Dash and the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second eight-lap Heat Race. Ainsworth won the Engler Machine and Tool first eight-lap heat race and the Schoenfeld Headers third eight-lap heat race was won by the defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN. Brad Bowden of Hernando, MS rallied from the 12th starting spot to win the 15-lap B-Main Race.

The 2017 Riverside International Speedway Open Wheel Modified Champion Brandon Poppenheimer of Nesbit, MS led wire-to-wire to win the 25-lap K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Main Event. J.C. Waller of Arlington, TN was second and Lucas Lee of Paris, TN rallied from the 13th starting spot to finish third. The fourth spot went to Craig Vaughn of Olive Branch, MS, and Donald Null of Brighton, TN took the fifth spot.

Charles Smith of Atoka, TN was sixth, Bobby Allen of Mason, TN finished seventh, Paul Robinson of Tupelo, MS took the eighth spot, ninth went to Nathan Brown of Marion, AR, and Dillon Knight of Burlison, TN rounded out the top ten. In preliminary action, Poppenheimer won the Engler Machine and Tool first eight lap Heat Race winner, and Waller won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second eight lap heat race.

In www.RockAuto.com USCS Mini Sprint action on Friday night, Kyle Amerson of Matthews, AL took the lead with five laps to go and won the 20-lap main event. Travis Senter of Osceola, AR finished second and third went to Holden Anderson of Montgomery, TX. Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA took the fourth spot and Steven Parker of West Memphis, AR was fifth.

Conner Morrell of Palmetto, FL finished sixth, and Clayton Robertson of Osceola, AR was seventh. The eighth spot went to Leroy Carley of Cunningham, TN and Kyle Carpenter of Baldwyn, MS was ninth, while Tyler Jones of West Memphis, AR rounded out the top ten.

In preliminary action, the six-lap Hoosier Race Tire Speed Dash was won by Taylor and the Engler Machine and Tool first eight-lap heat race was won by Senter. Amerson won the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second eight-lap heat race, and Carpenter won the Schoenfeld Headers third eight-lap heat race.

The Street Stocks ran preliminary events on Friday night for the Mid -South Street Stock Challenge at Riverside International Speedway in the Fall Nationals, and the four eight-lap heat races were won by Jared Hays of West Memphis, AR, Nathan Brown of Marion, AR, Ricky Vandergriff of West Memphis, AR, and Johnny Gustavus of West Memphis, AR. The ten-lap Pole Scramble was won by Lance O’Brien of West Memphis, AR.

The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters, the Rock Auto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprints, the USCS Open-Wheel Modifieds, and the Street Stocks will be joined by the Late Models on Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway. Gates open at 3 p.m. with Racing scheduled for 5:30 p.m.

Race fans are encouraged to arrive at the track early, as the USCS drivers will be in the main grandstand concession area from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. to meet and greet the race fans and sign autographs, as well as be available for photo opportunities.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL FINISH AT RIVERSIDE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY IN WEST MEMPHIS, AR ON 10/20/17:

25-LAP A-MAIN:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN
1. 1 47 Dale Howard Byhalia, MS
2. 4 26 Marshall Skinner Marion, AR
3. 3 91 Ernie Ainsworth Bartlett, TN
4. 14 14 Jordan Mallett Greenbrier, AR
5. 6 42 Andy McElhannon Hernando, MS
6. 17 88 Howard Moore Memphis, TN
7. 16 4 Danny Smith Chillicothe, OH
8. 13 6 Chad Jones Germantown, TN
9. 9 10k Dewayne White Byhalia, MS
10. 19 22 Travis Senter Osceola, AR
11. 8 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN
12. 11 31 Justin Webb Drummonds, TN
13. 10 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA
14. 12 9jr Derek Hagar Marion, AR
15. 20 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS
16. 2 84 Brandon Hanks Burlison, TN
17. 21 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA
18. 22 38 Tony Agin Fort Myers, FL
19. 15 39 Brad Bowden Hernando, MS
20. 5 88r Cody Gardner Bryant, AR
21. 7 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN
22. 18 25 Ray Bugg Iuka, MS
23. 23 44 Ronny Howard Olive Branch, MS

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: D. Howard
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Ainsworth
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: D. Howard
Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat: Turpen
K&N Filters Pole Award: D. Howard
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (2nd Place): Skinner
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (3rd Place): Ainsworth
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Ainsworth
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Moore (started 17th and finished 6th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Moore
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Smith
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Jones
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Senter

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. D. Howard; 2. Webb; 3. Turpen; 4. Gray; 5. Mallett; 6. Taylor.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Ainsworth; 2. Taylor; 3. McElhannon; 4. Gray; 5. Danny Sams III, Englewood, FL; 6. Smith; 7. Agin; 8. Larkin; 9. Chase Howard, Olive Branch, MS; 10. Lee Moore, Tuscaloosa, AL.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. D. Howard; 2. Gardner; 3. Jones; 4. Hagar; 5. Webb; 6. Bugg; 7. R. Howard; 8. Dylan DeJournett, New Madrid, MO; 9. Senter.

Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. Turpen; 2. White; 3. Hanks; 4. Skinner; 5. Mallett; 6. Kyle Amerson, Matthews, AL; 7. H. Moore; 8. Willingham; 9. Bowden.

B-Main (15 Laps): 1. Bowden; 2. Smith; 3. H. Moore; 4. Bugg; 5. Howard; 6. Willingham; 7. Senter; 8. Larkin; 9. DeJournett; 10. Agin; 11. Sams; 12. Amerson; 13. L. Moore; 14. C. Howard.

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USCS Fall Nationals “Flip Flop 50” at Riverside Speedway gets face-lift and format changes

Atlanta, GA – October 12, 2017 - The USCS “Flip Flop 50” Mo’ Better…The USCS “RED, WHITE and BLUE 75” at historic Riverside Int. Speedway in West Memphis, AR on Friday and Saturday, October 20th and 21st will feature THREE 25-LAP United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters A-MAIN EVENTS with over $8000 possible for a driver who can win it all.

On Friday 10/20 the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car drivers will contest a full racing program including the Hoosier Speed Dash, Qualifying Heat Races and Main events. The Friday night A-Main event pay $2000 to the driver who reaches the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane as the winner of the weekend’s first 25-lap A-Main.

It's a "New Deal" on Saturday night 10/21 as everyone gets a “do over” with another complete racing card for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters drivers. The race card again will include the Hoosier Speed Dash, Heats and Main Events including TWIN A-Mains as in USCS "Flip Flop 50" style. The 1st A-Main will start straight up from a driver’s qualifying heat race and possibly B-Main finishes.

The 2nd A-Main will start fully inverted from the finish of the 1st A-Main. Both Saturday night A-Mains will pay $2000 to the winner with the last place car receiving $250 for each main event. A $2000 BONUS is posted if the winner of the first A-Main wins the 2nd A-Main from 22nd starting position.

Also on the racing card on both nights will be the K&N Filters Outlaw Modified, www.rockauto.com ISCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints and the Mid-South Street Stock Challenge event for area Street Stocks. The Riverside Int. Speedway Late Models join the action on Saturday night.

Riverside Int. Speedway is located at 151 Legion Road in West Memphis, AR. The Race day phone number is 870-735-8071

😀For Riverside Int. Speedway information please visit www.riversideinternationalspeedway.com For rules, info and schedule updates please visit the USCS website at www.uscsracing.com Both the Speedway and USCS have Facebook pages as well.

USCS Media Contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 peteuscs@att.net

 

 

MOSS CHARGES LATE FOR CHEROKEE SPEEDWAY 2nd 2017 USCS WIN

GAFFNEY, SC – September 23, 2017 - Lance Moss of Cherryville, NC made a late-race pass for the lead to win the 25-lap United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters main event in front of a standing-room-only crowd on Saturday night at Cherokee Speedway. Moss made the outside groove of Cherokee Speedway lead him to his second USCS win of the season.

The 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN led the first 23 laps of the race, but had to settle for second. It was a good points night for Gray though, who is battling Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR for the 2017 USCS National Championship.

Robbie Stillwaggon of Burlington, NJ fell a couple of spots short of his third USCS win of the season with a third-place showing on Saturday night. K&N Filters Pole Award starter Terry Witherspoon of Jacksonville, FL took the fourth spot and fifth went to past USCS Southern region Rookie of the Year, Jake McLain of Matthews, NC. Current USCS RooNationkie of the Year points leader, Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA was sixth and USCS National and Southern Thunder regional series point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR finished seventh.

Scott Hunter of Concord, NC started 14th and finished eighth to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award. Jeff Willingham of Ripley, MS drove to a ninth-place finish and Joe Larkin of Suwanee, GA rounded out the top ten. Moss also won the eight-lap Engler Machine and Tool first heat race.

Gray took the lead at the drop of the green flag followed by Witherspoon, Moss, Eric Riggins Jr. of Charlotte, NC, and McLain. Riggins was on the move, taking to the top shelf to pass Moss for the third spot on the opening lap and Witherspoon for second on lap two.

Going into the main event, Riggins was looking for his ninth straight win in USCS competition that included Dashes, Heat Races and A-Main events. Riggins had swept the last two USCS events at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, GA on September 9, and on Friday night at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, NC, which was the first of two night of the North-South Shootout.

Riggins had won the six-lap Hoosier Racing Tire Speed Dash and the eight-lap Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second heat race earlier in the evening. Riggins was also looking to become the first driver to sweep the North-South Shootout for a second time, after pulling the feat in 2013.

By lap five, Riggins had closed in on Gray to challenge for the lead, but the hopes of continuing the streak for Riggins came to a crashing end on lap seven. Bob Auld of Largo, FL spun in front of the leaders in turn two. Gray was running the inside groove and was able to miss Auld’s car on the high side of the track, but the rim riding Riggins had no place to go and hit Auld’s machine.

Neither driver was injured, but both race cars were done for the evening. Gray led Moss, Witherspoon, McLain, Stillwaggon, Taylor, Tanner Witherspoon of Jacksonville, FL, Mallet, Hunter, and Willingham down for the restart. Moss went right to work, going to the cushion on the high side of Cherokee Speedway to challenge Gray for the lead. The field was slowed for a second time on lap ten when Tanner Witherspoon spun in turn three. Gray led Moss, Terry Witherspoon, McLain, Stillwaggon, Taylor, Mallett, Hunter, Willingham and Larkin down for the green flag to go back to battle. Gray was able to put a little distance between himself and Moss, while Stillwaggon moved up to battle McLain for fourth.

Stillwaggon went to the top shelf and passed McLain for the fourth spot on lap 16. Gray began to encounter lapped traffic on lap 17 and Moss closed in to challenge for the point. Moss could use his high side momentum to pull alongside Gray entering the turns, but the leader had his own momentum to stay out front coming off the corners.

Moss got a big run on Gray coming off turn two on lap 23, pulled alongside entering turn three, and he took the lead on the high side coming off the fourth turn. Gray tried to make an inside pass through turns one and two on lap 24, but Moss pulled away to seal the deal. Behind the battle for the lead, Stillwaggon was able to pass Terry Witherspoon for third on lap 23.

The next event for the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters will be on Saturday night October 7 at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL, as the final stretch drive begins for the 2017 USCS National Championship.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL FINISH AT CHEROKEE SPEEDWAY IN GAFFNEY, SC ON 9/23/17:

25-LAP A-MAIN:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 3 23 Lance Moss Cherryville, NC 2. 2 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 3. 5 89 Robbie Stillwaggon Burlington, NJ 4. 1 43 Terry Witherspoon Jacksonville, FL 5. 6 67m Jake McLain Matthews, NC 6. 8 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 7. 7 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 8. 14 1x Scott Hunter Concord, NC 9. 10 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 10. 11 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA 11. 9 43m Tanner Witherspoon Jacksonville, FL 12. 4 47 Eric Riggins Jr. Charlotte, NC 13. 13 4 Danny Smith Chillicothe, OH 14. 12 83 Bob Auld Largo, FL 15. 15 67 Brian Thomas Pendergrass, GA

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Riggins Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Moss Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Riggins K&N Filters Pole Award: Terry Witherspoon JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (1st Place): Moss PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (2nd Place): Gray K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Stillwaggon Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Hunter (started 14th and finished 8th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Taylor Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Mallett DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Hunter DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Larkin

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Riggins; 2. Stillwaggon; 3. Gray; 4. Moss; 5. McLain; 6. Hunter

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Moss; 2. Gray; 3. Mallett; 4. Thomas; 5. Taylor; 6. Larkin.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Riggins; 2. Te. Witherspoon; 3. Stillwaggon; 4. McLain; 5. Ta. Witherspoon; 6. Willingham; 7. Auld; 8. Hunter; 9. Smith.

 

 

Riggins sweeps USCS North vs. South Round #1 at CAROLINA SPEEDWAY

GASTONIA, NC – September 22, 2017 - Eric Riggins Jr. of Charlotte, NC swept the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour 30-lap Main Event Presented By K&N Filters on Friday night at Carolina Speedway. Riggins not only won the main event, but also the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second eight-lap heat race, and the Hoosier Racing Tire six-lap Speed Dash.

After taking the lead from early race pacesetter Lance Moss of Cherryville, NC on lap seven, Riggins packed his bags, turned in the key and checked out on the field leaving only the top four drivers on the lead lap when the checkered flag fell. Riggins showed that when a man needs the money, he races hard.

“During the off weekend, we went on vacation to the Bahamas, and we got robbed twice while we were there, so we came home low on cash,” Riggins said. “This win really helps making up what we lost. I love racing here at my home track Carolina Speedway, and I want say to thanks the fans for their support.”

Riggins scored his second straight USCS win of the season after posting the victory on September 9th at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, GA. The Carolina Speedway race was the first of two nights for the USCS North vs. South Shootout, with night two on Saturday night at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC. Riggins swept the North-South event in 2013, and will try to become the first driver to sweep it twice in USCS history.

“Our team has struggled the first part of the season, but we’ve really worked hard in the shop to turn things around, and it’s paying off,” Riggins said. “I’ve got a dedicated family and crew that have sacrificed a lot. I couldn’t do this without them.”

Riggins went under the checkered flag with a full straightaway lead over Robbie Stillwagon of Burlington, NJ, and Moss ended up taking the third spot. The 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN finished fourth and was the last car on the lead lap. Scott Hunter of Concord, NC was fifth and sixth went to USCS Southern Thunder Tour former Rookie of the Year, Jake McLain of Matthews, NC.

USCS veteran racer Joe Larkin of Suwanee, GA started 17th and finished seventh to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award. Another USCS veteran racer, Bob Auld of Largo, FL took the eighth spot and 2017 series newcomer Garrett Green of Valrico, FL was ninth and Dan Jones of Concord, NC rounded out the top ten.

In other preliminary action, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Inductee Danny Smith of Chillicothe, OH won the eight-lap Engler Machine and Tool first heat race. Moss earned the K&N Filters Pole Award to lead the field down for the green flag of the main event. Moss took the lead followed by Jones, who started on the outside of the front row.

The caution flag came out on lap one when Smith slowed in turn four with a mechanical issue and Hunter spun to avoid making contact with Smith. That necessitated a complete restart. On the next green flag, Jones got sideways on the inside of turn one and that caused a chain reaction back through the pack that collected Auld and Bronzie Lawson IV of Southern Pines, NC.

The second complete restart was a good one with Moss taking the lead with Jones in second, and Riggins hustling up from his sixth starting spot into third. Riggins made quick work of Jones on lap two to move up the second spot, and Stillwagon dropped Jones to fourth on lap three.

Riggins was all over Moss to challenge for the lead on lap five, and on lap six tried to get a run on the outside coming off the second turn. Moss moved up and Riggins had to get out of the throttle, as he ran out real estate. The Carolina Kid reloaded the guns on his #47 machine to take another shot at Moss on lap seven.

Riggins threw a textbook slide job maneuver through turns one and two on lap seven to take the lead. Riggins entered the first turn of Carolina Speedway on the high following Moss’ tire tracks, but then dove for the bottom of the track, got under Moss, and then slid up in front of him to grab the point. Once in the lead, Riggins then pulled away from the field.

Riggins stay up on the cushion of clay on the high side of the race track, and he could power around lapped cars with ease. The only thing that slowed him down was a lap 16 caution flag for a four-car tangle on the front straightaway.

Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA, Danny Sams III of Englewood, FL, and Jones tangled with the lapped car of Jeff Willingham of Ripley, MS while battling for the fifth position. All drivers were O.K. Riggins led Moss, Stillwagon, and Gray back to the green flag on the lead lap, with Hunter, Green, McLain, Larkin, Jones and Auld a lap down in fifth through tenth respectively.

Once the field went back to green flag action, Stillwagon got to the inside of Moss and passed him for the second spot coming off the fourth turn on lap 17. By lap 20, Riggins had a full straightaway lead on Stillwagon, and maintained that advantage for the last ten laps of the race.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters travels South down I-85 to Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC on Saturday night for night two of the USCS North vs. South Shootout.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL FINISH AT CAROLINA SPEEDWAY IN GASTONIA, NC ON 9/22/17:

30-LAP A-MAIN:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN
1. 6 47 Eric Riggins Jr. Charlotte, NC
2. 5 89 Robbie Stillwagon Burlington, NJ
3. 1 23 Lance Moss Cherryville, NC
4. 3 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN
5. 12 1x Scott Hunter Concord, NC
6. 8 67m Jake McLain Matthews, NC
7. 17 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA
8. 13 83 Bob Auld Largo, FL
9. 15 3g Garrett Green Valrico, FL
10. 2 8 Dan Jones Concord, NC
11. 7 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA
12. 10 24d Danny Sams III Englewood, FL
13. 15 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS
14. 9 67 Brian Thomas Pendergrass, GA
15. 18 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR
16. 14 4IV Bronzie Lawson IV Southern Pines, NC
17. 4 4 Danny Smith Chillicothe, OH
18. 16 X Bill Moore Charlotte, NC

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Riggins
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Smith
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Riggins
K&N Filters Pole Award: Moss
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (5th Place): Hunter
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (1st Place): Riggins
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Moss
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Larkin (started 17th and finished 7th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: McLain
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Larkin
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Auld
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Jones

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Riggins; 2. Hunter; 3. Gray; 4. McLain; 5. Taylor; 6. Willingham.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Smith; 2. Gray; 3. Stillwagon; 4. Thomas; 5. Sams; 6. Hunter; 7. Auld; 8. Larkin; 9. Mallett DNS.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Riggins; 2. Jones; 3. Taylor; 4. McLain; 5. Moss; 6. Green; 7. Lawson; 8. Willingham; 9. Moore.

 

 

USCS OUTLAW THUNDER TOUR SPRINT CAR North vs. South Shootout HEADLINES RACING ACTION at CAROLINA SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY (9/22).

Atlanta, GA – September 21, 2017 - The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters (www.uscsracing.com) returns to the red dirt 3/8-mile racing surface at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, North Carolina for a full night of racing action this Friday, September 22nd during the 9th annual USCS Carolina Thunder Nationals and 5th annual USCS North vs. South Shootout Round #1. The event is the 34th of the season for the USCS winged sprint car division during its 21st season of competition. Friday night’s racing action features a full program of USCS winged outlaw style sprint car racing plus five other racing divisions.

Additionally, the action-packed card features the Lightning Late Models and the Mid-East Modified Tour for open wheel modified cars. Also on the schedule are three of the speedway’s racing divisions. The Super Street, Pure Stock and Hornets will join the three touring divisions.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars will contest a full racing program including their Hoosier Speed Dash, Qualifying Heat races and Main Events. All five other divisions will also contest a full program of qualifying races and main events.

The Carolina Speedway USCS North vs. South Shootout event is expected to bring top winged outlaw sprint car drivers from at least eight states to the track from as far away as Ohio, New Jersey, Florida and Arkansas. The exotic fire breathing, alcohol burning, 700 horsepower open-wheeled USCS sprint cars weight just 1,300 pounds, and are pound for pound the World’s most powerful short track race cars. The cars will literally fly around the track surface at speeds well over 130 M.P.H. It is not uncommon to see the USCS sprint cars popping "wheelies" or doing wheel stands because of the brute force of their engines and their huge 17-inch wide rear tires.

Past USCS Southern Thunder regional series “Rookie of the Year” Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina swept the 2013 North vs. South Shootout events by winning at both Carolina Speedway on September 30th and again on the following night at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina.

The following year (2014) the event was rained out. The 2015 version was won by Iowan Terry McCall. Last year Trey Starks from Puyallup, Washington won at both 2016 events at Carolina Speedway on September 30th and again on the following night at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina to match Riggins feat.

On the following night, the USCS presented by K&N Filters drivers travel South less than an hour down Interstate 85 for Round #2 of the 2017 version of the USCS North vs. South Shootout at Cherokee Speedway.

Robbie Stillwaggon from Burlington, New Jersey won the April 7th USCS event at Carolina this year. Lance Moss from Cherryville, North Carolina is the most recent USCS feature winner at Carolina Speedway during the series’ July 22, 2017 event.

Carolina Speedway is located at 6355 Union Rd., Gastonia, NC 28054. The race track phone number is: (704) 869-0313. The track’s website is www.carolinaspeedway.net For USCS information, please visit the USCS web site at www.uscsracing.com or call the USCS presented by K&N Filters at 770-865-6097.

 

 

THE CAROLINA KID WHISTLES DIXIE WITH USCS WIN

WOODSTOCK, GA – September 9, 2017- Eric Riggins Jr. of Charlotte, NC won the 30-lap United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters main event on Saturday night at Dixie Speedway. The Carolina Kid led wire-to-wire from his outside front row starting spot to park his Apha Canvas #47 in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane.Itwas Riggins’ second USCS career win at Dixie Speedway in a caution-free race.

Riggins held as much as a half straightaway lead during the race, but in the closing laps, the race leader encountered heavy lapped traffic, and the defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN closed in to challenge for the lead. Riggins wouldn’t give up the preferred inside groove, and held on for the victory.

“Dixie Speedway has been very good to me, as I got my first USCS win here,” Riggins said. “I really had to slow my pace in lapped traffic, as it seemed everyone wanted the bottom groove, but as long as we covered it, I figured it would be tough to pass me.”

Turpen had to settle for the second spot in her #10m Terry Gray Racing mount. Third place went to K&N Filters Pole Award Winner Joey Schmidt of Ellisville, MS. USCS point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR finished fourth, and sprint car rookie driver Scott Hunter of Concord, MS started eighth and took the fifth spot to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award.

Jake McLain of Indian Trail, NC finished sixth and seventh went to Brian Thomas of Pendergrass, GA. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham of Ripley, MS took the eighth spot and Joe Larkin of Suwanee, GA was ninth. Bo Barber of Clarksville, TN rounded out the top ten.

In preliminary action, Hunter won the six-lap Hoosier Speed Dash and Gray won the Engler Machine and Tool first eight-lap heat race. Willingham won the Brown and Martin Racing Solutions second eight-lap heat race.

Riggins took the lead from his outside front row starting spot at the start of the race followed by Schmidt, Mallett, Turpen, and McLain. Turpen went to the inside groove to drive Mallett coming off the fourth turn of the opening lap to take over the third spot. While Riggins began to pull away, Turpen closed in on Schmidt to challenge for the second spot by lap five.

Turpen was able to get an inside run on Schmidt coming off the second turn on lap nine, and scooted by to take over the second position. By this time, Riggins had opened up a half straightaway lead on the field. With ten laps to go, Riggins moved up on a tight three-car battle for sixth among McLain, Thomas, and Willingham.

While Riggins slowed his fast pace as the race leader to carefully and methodically find a way to put the three cars in front of him a lap down, Turpen charged to the rear nerf bar of Riggins sprint car to challenge for the lead on lap 24. Riggins just kept covering the bottom groove of Dixie Speedway, and Turpen had no other groove available to successfully make a pass for the lead.

The caution flag was not needed for the 30-lap race, just the green, white and checkered, as Riggins hung on to take a five car-length margin of victory under the checkered flag and into the winner’s circle. While the Carolina Kid whistles Dixie, the next two USCS races will be on his home turf.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters races scheduled for Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, FL on September 15 and 16 have been postponed due to Hurricane Irma, and will be rescheduled for some time in November on dates to be announced.

So, the next two USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters races will take place at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, NC on Friday night, September 22, and at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC on Saturday night, September 23.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL FINISH AT DIXIE IN WOODSTOCKGA ON 9/9/17:

30-LAP S A-MAIN for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Fiters:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 2 47 Eric Riggins Jr. Charlotte, NC 2. 3 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 3. 1 1s Joey Schmidt Ellisville, TN 4. 4 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 5. 8 1x Scott Hunter Concord, NC 6. 7 67m Jake McLain Indian Trail, NC 7. 9 67t Brian Thomas Pendergrass, GA 8. 5 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 9. 12 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA 10. 11 14b Bo Barber Clarksville, TN 11. 10 25 Ray Bugg Iuka, MS 12. 13 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 13. 6 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN DNS

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Hunter Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Gray Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Willingham K&N Filters Pole Award: Schmidt JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (4th Place): Mallett PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (5th Place): Hunter K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Schmidt Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Hunter (started 8th and finished 5th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: McLain Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Thomas DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Willingham DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Barber

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Hunter; 2. Mallett; 3. Riggins; 4. Schmidt; 5. Willingham; 6. Taylor DNS.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Gray; 2. Riggins; 3. Turpen; 4. Hunter; 5. Thomas; 6. Barber; 7. Larkin DNS.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Willingham; 2. Mallett; 3. Schmidt; 4. McLain; 5. Bugg; 6. Taylor DNS.

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The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

United Sprint Car Series News Release: Contact – PETE WALTON – (770) 865-6097

 

 

USCS Outlaw Sprint Cars and Late Models Headline Dixie Speedway Racing Saturday

Woodstock, GA – September 6, 2017 - The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade historic Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia for the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals 2017 on this -Saturday, September 9th at 7:00 pm.

The event is expected to draw sprint car drivers from seven to nine states and awards National, Mid-South regional series and Southern regional series points. Several past National and regional series Champions from the USCS are entered as well as past Rookie of the Year drivers and the region’s top drivers.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Rookie of the Year points leader, Brandon Taylor from Cumming, Georgia won the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series mini sprint portion of the 2015 USCS event.

The 2011 USCS Rookie of the Year and 2016 National Sprint League 360 Sprint Car Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas currently leads the USCS National sprint car standings. Mallett has six visits to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane during the 2017 season including last Sunday night’s USCS event at Lavonia Speedway.

Twenty-four-year old female sprint car racer Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee is the series defending Champion. She is also the 2017 USCS wins leader. Turpen has nine 2017 victories. She is also the event Champion at Dixie Speedway. She is also the team-mate of her car owner who is eleven-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. Gray has won several past USCS events at Dixie Speedway and trails Mallett in the USCS National point standings in 2nd place by less than 40 points coming into this weekend’s Dixie Speedway even

Another expected entry is past USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Dixie Speedway feature winner, twenty-three-year old, Eric Riggins, Jr, from Charlotte, North Carolina. Also entered are Rookie of the Year contenders Brandon Taylor from Cummng, Georgia and Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina. The 2012 Rookie of the Year Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi, past Rookie of the Year regional drivers Jake McLain from Matthews, North Carolina and Lee Moore from Tuscaloosa, Alabama are all entered as is past Southern Outlaw Sprint series Rookie of the Year, Joey Schmidt from Ellisville, Mississippi.

Also expected are several veterans of the USCS sprint car wars including Flyin’ Brian Thomas of Pendergrass, Georgia, who ranks fourth in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series standings. Joining the field as well is veteran USCS racer Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia Also entered is ageless driver Ray Bugg from Iuka, Mississippi. In addition to the USCS sprint car division, Dixie Speedway will feature a late model and stock car racing program including Steelhead Late Models, Crate Late Models, Super-Bombers and Econo-Bombers plus the Stinger division. Admission is $20 for adults in the grandstand ($3 discount with any Coca Cola product bottle cap) with children 8 years old and under free, and 9-17 years old just $6. Trackside admission is $25 per adult and $11 per child (11 years and under). Pit passes are $30 per adult and $11 per child (11 years and under). Gates will open at 5 PM, with racing beginning at 7 PM . For information or to view the 2017 schedule of events at Dixie Speedway please visit www.dixiespeedway.com or call 770-926-5315. For rules and other info for the USCS sprint car division please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.

 

 

MALLETT GOES TOP SHELF FOR SWEEP OF USCS LAVONIA, GA RACE

September 3, 2017

LAVONIA, GA – United Sprint Car Series point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR got out his broom and swept the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters event on Sunday night at Lavonia Speedway. Mallett dusted off the top shelf of the 3/8-mile clay oval to win all events he competed in, and held off challenges from Terry Gray and Eric Riggins Jr.to park his #14 in the www.RockAuto.com USCS Victory Lane at the end of the 30-lap main event.

Mallett took the lead from the 11-time USCS National Champion Gray on lap four and led until a lap 12 restart when Riggins took the lead, but Mallett got his mount wound up and grabbed the lead back on lap 13. Riggins stayed close the rest of the way, but Mallett pulled away in the closing laps to seal the deal for his sixth USCS win of the 2017 season.

“At the start of the race, Terry got the better start, as we had a little stumble taking off for the green,” Mallett said. “We got a great run off the second turn and got alongside Terry to take the lead. Then on the restart, the car stumbled once again and Eric took the lead away from us. But once we got our momentum going on the high side, and we got by to take the win.”

Riggins of Charlotte, NC finished second and third went to Roookie of the Year contender Scott Hunter of Concord, NC who started tenth and earned the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award. Rookie of the Year candidate Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA took the fourth spot and 2016 Southern Outlaw Sprints Rookie of the year, Joey Schmidt of Ellisville, MS was fifth.

Jeff Oliver of Pendergrass, GA finished sixth and seventh went to Matt Linder of Hoschton, GA. Jeff Willingham of Ripley, MS took the eighth spot and Brian Thomas of Pendergrass, GA was ninth. The defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN rounded out the top ten.

In preliminary action, Mallett won the six-lap Hoosier Speed Dash and the Engler Machine and Tool first eight-lap heat race. Gray of Bartlett, TN won the Brown and Martin Racing Solutions second eight-lap heat race.

With his heat race win, Mallett won the K&N Filters Pole Award, but it was Gray coming from the outside front row starting spot that took the lead at the start of the race followed by Mallett, Riggins, Turpen, and Oliver. Mallett went to the high groove to challenge Gray for the lead early and often, but the 11-time USCS National Champion was able to slide up in front of Mallett to protect the lead.

Coming off turn two on lap four, Mallett got a good bite coming off the cushion and pulled alongside Gray down the backstretch. The lead duo raced side-by-side through turns three and four with Mallett taking the lead coming off the fourth turn. Once out in front, Mallett started to pull away from Gray keeping his momentum going on the high side.

Behind the leaders, Turpen and Oliver battled for the fourth position. Oliver jumped the cushion on the high side of turn three on the seventh lap and hit the wall. He was able to continue, but Taylor got by to take over the fifth spot. The leaders were in heavy lapped traffic by lap nine. Mallett had almost a full straightaway on Gray, when trouble unfolded in front of the second place driver.

Tony Agin of Fort Myers, FL was running tenth and had just gone a lap down to the leader when he flipped in turn three and landed on his wheels. Gray was committed to the high side, had no place to go and slide into Agin’s disabled race car. Both cars were done for the night, and neither driver was injured.

The restart after the red flag period saw Mallett leading Riggins, Turpen, Taylor, Hunter, Oliver, Schmidt, Thomas, Linder, and Larkin for the restart. Riggins dove for the inside to throw a slide job on Mallett for the restart, and made it stick to take the lead. Mallett once again set up shop on the top shelf of the race track, and used the good bite off turn two to retake the lead on lap 13.

Mallett and Riggins pulled away from Turpen in the third spot, but the “Queen of the Wings” slowed off the pace on lap 24 with a blown engine. Riggins stayed within a few car-lengths of Mallett until the leader made some key moves in lapped traffic to seal the deal with five laps to go.

The next race for the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented by K&N Filters will be on Saturday night at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, GA.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL FINISH AT LAVONIA SPEEDWAY IN LAVONIA, GA ON 9/3/17:

30-LAP A-MAIN:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 1 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 2. 4 47 Eric Riggins Jr. Charlotte, NC 3. 10 1x Scott Hunter Concord, NC 4. 5 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 5. 11 1s Joey Schmidt Ellisville, MS 6. 6 29 Jeff Oliver Pendergrass, GA 7. 13 67x Matt Linder Hoschton, GA 8. 12 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 9. 7 67 Brian Thomas Pendergrass, GA 10. 3 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 11. 9 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA 12. 14 58 Nathan Emig Beaufort, SC 13. 2 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 14. 8 38 Tony Agin Fort Myers, FL\ 15. 0 99 Don Warren Clarksville, TN

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Mallett Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Mallett Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Gray K&N Filters Pole Award: Mallett JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (3rd Place): Hunter PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (4th Place): Taylor K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Hunter Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Hunter (started 10th and finished 3rd) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Oliver Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Linder DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Willingham DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Turpen

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Mallett; 2. Thomas; 3. Turpen; 4. Gray; 5. Riggins; 6. Willingham.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Mallett; 2. Thomas; 3. Turpen; 4. Agin; 5. Larkin; 6. Willingham; 7. Emig, 8.Warren -DNS.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Gray; 2. Oliver; 3. Riggins; 4. Taylor; 5. Hunter; 6. Schmidt; 7. Linder.

 

 

United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars At Lavonia Speedway on Sunday, September 3, 2017 quick results:

Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 2. 67-Brian Thomas[1] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[4] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 5. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[3] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[6]

Engler Machine and Too Heat 1 - (8 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[2] ; 2. 67-Brian Thomas[1] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[5] ; 4. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 5. 33-Joe Larkin[6] ; 6. 28-Jeff Willingham[3] ; 7. 58-Nathan Emig[7]; 99 Don Warren-DNS

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[1] ; 2. 29-Jeff Oliver[2] ; 3. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[5] ; 4. 07-Brandon Taylor[7] ; 5. 1x-Scott Hunter[3] ; 6. 1s-Joey Schmidt[4] ; 7. 67x-Matt Linder[6]

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour A-Main 1 (30 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[1] ; 2. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[4] ; 3. 1x-Scott Hunter[10] ; 4. 07-Brandon Taylor[5] ; 5. 1s-Joey Schmidt[11] ; 6. 29-Jeff Oliver[6] ; 7. 67x-Matt Linder[13] ; 8. 28-Jeff Willingham[12] ; 9. 67-Brian Thomas[7] ; 10. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 11. 33-Joe Larkin[9] ; 12. 58-Nathan Emig[14] ; 13. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 14. 38-Tony Agin[8]; 99 Don Warren-DNS.

 

 

USCS Battle rages on this weekend for 2017 National title between Mallett and Gray at two ovals

Atlanta, GA – September 1, 2017 – The battle for the 21st annual and 2017 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filter National Championship rages on between two of the top 360 winged sprint car drivers in the land this weekend at one Eastern Tennessee and one Northeast Georgia dirt oval.

The two drivers and the rest of the USCS winged sprint car contingent invade I-75 Raceway in Niota, TN on Saturday, September 2nd. The following night the series completes the Labor Day Weekend competition at Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, GA.

The 2011 United Sprint Car Series Rookie of the Year and 2016 National Sprint League 360 Sprint Car Champion, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, AR leads 11-time United Sprint Car Series National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, TN by a scant 20 points in the on-going see-saw battle for the 2017 title.

Two-time and defending series Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, TN ranks third in the standings and leads the series in 2017 feature wins with a total of nine. Tony Agin from Ft. Myers, FL who is making his first full USCS schedule run ranks fourth in the National standings. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, MS rounds out the current top five.

The 2013 USCS National Champion Derek Hagar from Marion, AR is sixth in the standings and has five wins. Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, GA is seventh. Eight place is held down currently by the 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year, Danny Sams III from Englewood, FL. A past series Champion, Marshall Skinner also from Marion, AR ranks ninth and Rookie of the Year, points-leader Brandon Taylor from Cumming, GA competes the top ten.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Sprint Point Standings as of August 26, 2017

Pos Car # Name Points
1 14m Jordon Mallett 4561
2 10 Terry Gray 4541
3 10m Morgan Turpen 4314
4 38 Tony Agin 3589
5 28 Jeff Willingham 3327
6 9jr Derek Hagar 2372
7 67 Brian Thomas 2347
8 24D Danny Sams III 2166
9 26 Marshall Skinner 1876
10 07 Brandon Taylor 1868
11 99 Don Warren 1738
12 42 Andy McElhannon 1670
13 1x Scott Hunter 1637
14 33 Joe Larkin 1588
15 1s Joey Schmidt 1541
16 88 Tim Crawley 1496
17 83 Bob Auld 1416
18 21b Brandon McLain 1402
19 47 Dale Howard 1370
20 27 Curt Terrell 1334
21 43 Terry Witherspoon 1212
22 23 Lance Moss 1210
23 44 Ronny Howard 1036
24 44c Chase Howard 1004
25 67 Jake McLain 986
26 29a Kyle Amerson 970
27 22 Shawn Murray 916
28 1a Lee Moore 877
29 89 Robbie Stillwaggon 868
30 99 Tanner Witherspoon 862
31 4 Danny Smith 855
Tie 47 Eric Riggins Jr 855
33 93 Jake Knight 850
34 40 Howard Moore 810
35 13 Todd Fayard 794
36 01 Shane Morgan 783
37 61 Cody Howard 762
38 3 Sammy Swindell 716
39 3g Garrett Green 710
40 21 Butch David 704
41 12m Greg Merritt 702
42 116 Nick Snyder 633
43 29 Jeff Oliver 617
44 14 Tony Stewart 564
45 10b Mitch Brown 553
46 24 Danny Martin Jr 549
47 39 Brad Bowden 539
48 83 Mark Ruel Jr 502
49 8 Dan Jones 498
Tie 82 Matt Kurtz 498
51 10k Dewayne White 488
52 34 Darren Orth 464
53 b52 Bill Mason 440
54 88r Cody Gardner 431
55 67x Matt Linder 400
56 07 Johnny Bridges 394
57 21 Aubrey Black 390
Tie 94 Jeff Swindell 390
59 16 Anthony Nicholson 372
60 58 Nathan Emig 366
61 8z Zach Pringle 352
62 88 Brandon Blendon 348
63 92 Nick Woolsey 340
64 1 Matt Carr 330
65 14b Bo Barber 328
66 d6 Dakota Gaines 324
67 14 Tyler Clem 304
68 95 Matt Covington 295
69 1x Gary Taylor 286
Tie 5d Zach Daum 286
71 21k Thomas Kennedy 279
72 3a AJ Maddox 277
73 59 III Johnny Petrozelle 270
Tie 5w Ryan Coniam 270
Tie 09 Timmy Thrash 270
76 43m Michael Miller 268
77 91a Ernie Ainsworth 262
Tie 44 Trey Starks 262
79 1 Tyler Cross 254
80 17w Harli White 244
81 0x Clint Weiss 240
Tie 6s Robbie Smith 240
83 83 Curt Schumacher 236
84 29w Wade Woolsey 232
85 01T Brandon Olson 230
Tie 52 Cody Karl 230
Tie 1 Micha McCall 230
Tie 23 Seth Bergman 230
89 6 Sean Hosey 226
90 43m AJ Parrish 220
91 22g Johnny Gilbertson 218
92 111 Brandon Grubaugh 216
93 121 Jan Howard 210
94 21b Brandon Hinkle 200
Tie 2one Kevin Hinkle 200
96 31 Justin Webb 142
97 00 Tristan Lee 134
98 15j Jeremy Middleton 128
99 sr4 Charlie Sweetser 126
Tie 55 Donny Howard 126
101 5s Sonny Stroud 120
102 25 Ray Bugg 118
103 44x Marty Meredith 116
Tie 11 Michael Hampton 116
105 17 Jacob Necaise 112
106 11 Mike Hampton 108
107 12b Don Ryder 100
Tie 20 Frank Carlsson 100
Tie 43jr Richard Beasley Jr 100
Tie 32x Robert Richardson 100
Tie 29s Rusty Stanford 100

USCS Media contact: Pete Walton 770-865-6097 Email peteuscs@att.net

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade two Georgia and East Tennessee tracks for the USCS “Salute to American Labor” 2017 weekend double-header.

Atlanta, GA – August 29, 2017 – The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars keep a busy 21st anniversary tour rolling with a northeast Georgia, Eastern Tennessee double-header in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour region on Labor Day weekend. On this Friday, September 1st the series visits Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, Georgia. On Saturday, September 2nd the USCS drivers will be making their return to I-75 Raceway in Niota, Tennessee for their second visit of 2017 to the 1/3-mile dirt oval during the 2017 season.

Each night’s event will pay $2000 to the driver who reaches thewww.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane first as the main-event winner. This makes a $4300 sweep in cash possible including each night’s Hoosier Speed Dash plus contingency awards. Additionally, any driver who makes the starting field in both main events is guaranteed to take home at least $600 in prize money plus contingency awards. Both events will award USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National points as well as Southern Thunder Tour regional points.

The series last scheduled visited to Lavonia Speedway was on May 6th of this season, but, the event was rained-out. The four-tenths-mile clay oval track was on the original USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour schedule in 1997 and the series has aced there at least once most seasons since then.

The United Sprint Car Series made its first stop at I-75 Raceway during the 2016 season when two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee was the winner. Turpen repeated her mastery of the East Tennessee oval on April 28th of this season.

The series originally had an event at Tri-County Racetrack in Brasstown, North Carolina on its schedule for Labor Day Monday, but, that event has been recently removed from the 2017 schedule

For info on Lavonia Speedway please visit their Facebook page at “The New Lavonia Speedway” or the track’s official site at www.lavoniaspeedway.net For I-75 Raceway info please visit www.i75raceway.com. They also have a Facebook presence at I75 Raceway.

For United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour sprint car rules and schedule info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series at 770-865-6097 or 770-460-7223.

 

 

SAMMY SWINDELL WINS USCS TENNESSEE TANGLE AND THANKS FANS AT LEXINGTON 104 SPEEDWAY

LEXINGTON, TN - August 26, 2017 - National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Inductee Sammy Swindell of Bartlett, TN won the 30-lap United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented by K&N Filters race at Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday night. Swindell was so happy about the win after dominating the race he stayed awhile in Victory Lane.

“This win was all about an old guy with a lot of experience in a good race car,” Swindell said after being asked about what he attributed to the convincing victory. When told he looked more like a hungry 20-year-old by the way he aggressively worked lapped traffic, Swindell added, “I was pretty hungry because we haven’t won in a while, as a lot of different things would keep us from winning.”

Swindell put it all together on Saturday night and at one point in the race had a full straightaway lead on the rest of the 23-car field. Swindell spent the majority of the race in heavy lapped traffic. It was his career second United Sprint Car Series victory.

A pair of former USCS National Champions, Tim Crawley of Benton, AR and Derek Hagar of Marion, AR got close once, but Swindell overcame the late race gremlins he spoke of that had cost him in the past to reach Victory Lane to post the wire-to-wire win.

A packed house showed their appreciation of Swindell, who began his career at West Tennessee tracks as a young teenager back in the 1970s, following in the footsteps of his father Sam Swindell. As the crowd gathered around Victory Lane, Swindell took the time to thank them for coming, got reflective, and then did something not many expected.

“I’ve really enjoyed racing here tonight, not just because of the win, but to meet so many people that said they watched my Dad race, and watched me early in my career,” Swindell said. “It was really nice to get to race in front of them tonight, and I thank them for coming.”

After the post-race interview, Swindell was free to go back to the pit area, but he stayed in Victory Lane for another 30 to 40 minutes to meet the fans of all ages, sign autographs, and pose for photos with those fans in front of his winning A.G. Raines Acme Graphics Special. Swindell stayed until everyone got an opportunity for an autograph or a photo op that wanted one.

Crawley finished second and third went to Dale Howard of Byhalia, MS . The defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN took the fourth spot and Justin Webb of Drummonds, TN was fifth. Rookie of the Year candidate Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA finished sixth and seventh went to 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN.

USCS point leader Jordan Mallett of Greenbrier, AR took the eighth spot and in ninth place was another former USCS National Champion Marshall Skinner of Marion, AR. Series newcomer Garrett Green of Valrico, FL rounded out the top ten. Sean Hosey of Lima, OH started 20th and finished 13th to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award.

In preliminary action, Crawley won the six-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, and the three eight lap heat races were won by Webb in the Engler Machine and Tool first heat, Hagar in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second heat, and Swindell in the Schoenfeld Headers third heat. With the inversion, that earned Swindell the K&N Filters Pole Award.

At the drop of the green flag to start the race, Swindell took the lead with Hagar following from his outside front row starting spot in second, and Crawley hustling up from his sixth starting spot to take third. Crawley got by Hagar for second on lap two, but Swindell was beginning to pull away. By lap four, Swindell caught the cars on the tail of the lead lap.

The top five cars of Swindell, Crawley, Hagar, Howard and Webb remained the same for the first half of the race, with Swindell opening up a full straightaway lead over Crawley at one point. But while the leader tried to weave his way through lapped traffic, Crawley and Hagar closed in. Swindell’s big lead was down to just a couple of car-lengths by the halfway point in the race.

The red flag came out on lap 16 when Don Warren of Clarksville, TN spun in turn four, clipped the inside berm of the race track and tipped over on his side. Warren was not injured. During the red flag period, Hagar went to the pits and was out for the evening with a broken torque tube.

Swindell led the field down for the restart followed by Crawley, Howard, Turpen, Webb, Mallett, Skinner, Gray, McElhannon and Green. With clean air in front of him, Swindell broke away from the pack, but the field was slowed again on lap 19 when Jake Knight of Georgetown, MS spun on the front stretch collecting Ronny Howard of Olive Branch, MS.

After the restart, there was no catching “Slammin’ Sammy” as he worked lapped traffic to perfection. Swindell took the checkered flag with almost a full straightaway advantage over Crawley, Dale Howard, Turpen and Webb.

On the undercard to the USCS Winged Outlaw Sprint Cars, the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modifieds put on one of the most memorable races in the history of the series. The top three cars came off the fourth turn to the checkered flag in three abreast formation bringing the packed house to their feet!

Matt Cooper of McKenzie, TN took the win followed by Michael Turner of Paris, TN in second, and Hunter Wilbanks of Lakeland, TN finished third. Turner led the majority of the race with Cooper trying to challenge on the outside. Cooper hit the backstretch wall several times with his right-side wheels spraying a shower of sparks.

The 21st annual United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K& N Filters continues this coming Labor Day Holiday Weekend with races in Georgia and Tennessee. Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, GA will host the USCS Winged Outlaw Sprint Cars on Friday, September 1st, and then the action moves to the Volunteer State on Saturday, September 2nd with a stop at I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, TN. Late Model and Stock Car racing fill an action-packed racing card each night as well.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL FINISH AT LEXINGTON 104 SPEEDWAY IN LEXINGTON, TN ON 8/26/17:

30-LAP A-MAIN:

POS START CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN
1. 1 3 Sammy Swindell Germantown, TN
2. 6 88 Tim Crawley Benton, AR
3. 4 21 Dale Howard Byhalia, MS
4. 5 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN
5. 3 31 Justin Webb Drummonds, TN
6. 8 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA
7. 7 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN
8. 10 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR
9. 12 26 Marshall Skinner Marion, AR
10. 14 3g Garrett Green Valrico, FL
11. 11 42 Andy McElhannon Hernando, MS
12. 15 38 Tony Agin Fort Myers, FL
13. 20 6 Sean Hosey Lima, OH
14. 19 44 Ronny Howard Olive Branch, MS
15. 18 93 Jake Knight Georgetown, MS
16. 17 44c Chase Howard Olive Branch, MS
17. 16 25 Ray Bugg Iuka, MS
18. 2 9jr Derek Hagar Marion, MS
19. 9 94 Jeff Swindell Bartlett, TN
20. 13 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS
21. 22 99 Don Warren Clarksville, TN
22. 21 12m Greg Merritt Nesbitt, MS
23. 23 14b Bo Barber Clarksville, TN

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Crawley
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Webb
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Hagar
Butlerbuilt Third Heat: S. Swindell
K&N Filters Pole Award: S. Swindell
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (2nd Place): Crawley
PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (3rd Place): D. Howard
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: D. Howard
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Hosey (started 20th and finished 13th)
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Taylor
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Gray
DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Mallett
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Green

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Crawley; 2. Hagar; 3. Gray; 4. Turpen; 5. Skinner; 6. Mallett.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Webb; 2. D. Howard; 3. McElhannon; 4. Willingham; 5. Green; 6. Bugg; 7. C. Howard; 8. Warren.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Hagar; 2. Turpen; 3. Crawley; 4. Mallett; 5. Skinner; 6. R. Howard; 7. Housey; 8. Barber.

Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. S. Swindell; 2. J. Swindell; 3. Gray; 4. Taylor; 5. Agin; 6. Knight; 7. Merritt.

USCS OUTLAW MODIFIED TOUR RESULTS:

20-LAP A-MAIN:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN
1. 2 18 Matt Cooper McKenzie, TN
2. 1 27 Michael Turner Paris, TN
3. 3 10 Hunter Wilbanks Lakeland, TN
4. 4 12 Junior Lemmings Jackson, TN

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Cooper; 2. Turner; 3. Wilbanks; 4. Lemmings.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1.Turner; 2. Cooper; 3. Wilbanks; 4. Lemmings DNS.

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The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

 

 

Outlaw sprint car Champion, Sammy Swindell to race with USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour sprint cars at Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday, August 26th.
Atlanta, GA – Augut 24, 2017 –Three-time World of Outlaws sprint car Champion and five-time Chili Bowl National Midget Champion, Sammy Swindell from Germantown, Tennessee will compete in the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters portion of the USCS “Tennessee Tangle” presented by www.RockAuto.com and Wendy’s of Lexington (TN) at Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday, August 26th at Lexington 104 Speedway near Lexington, Tennessee..
Swindell will be at the wheel of A.G. Rain’s #3 sprint car that he won the 2016 Knoxville 360 Nationals and the I-30 Speedway Short Track Nationals piloting. He will be competing against some of the top sprint car drivers in the country in the USCS, all who want to be first to the www.rockauto.com USCS victory lane.
The USCS “Tennessee Tangle ” Speed Spectacular event features two of the Atlanta, Georgia based United Speed Contest (USCS) divisions including the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars and the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modifieds.
In addition to the two USCS racing divisions, the racing format also includes a full program of racing in the popular Nesmith rules Street Stocks, EMOD and Purr Street divisions plus the Outlaw Vintage Cars.
Gates open at 4:00pm on Saturday, August 26th. Racing action kicks off at 7:30pm. Grandstand general admission pricing is as follows; $20 for adults. Youth from 6 years to 11 years old are just $5 and Children 5 years and under are FREE.
Lexington 104 Speedway is located at 2800 Sand Ridge Bargerton Rd., Lexington, Tennessee. The track is located four miles South of Interstate-40 at Exit 101 just off TN-Highway 104. The speedway’s website is www.lexington104speedway.com They also have a Facebook page @Lexington 104 Speedway For more event info please visit www.uscsracing.com or call 770-865-6097.
USCS Media contact: Pete Walton/USCS peteuscs@att.net 770-865-6097

 

HAGAR MAKES IT TWO STRAIGHT IN GEORGIA WITH SENOIA USCS WIN

SENOIA, GA - August 19, 2017 - Derek Hagar of Marion, AR took his second win in as many nights in the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters 30-lap A-Main Saturday night at Senoia Raceway driving the DHR Chassis Parts Special. Hagar also won the USCS race on Friday night at Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, GA. Also for the second straight night, 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN finished second to Hagar. Gray, who was the K&N Filters Pole Award Winner, is second in points, and had a good point weekend. Gray is trying to keep pace with USCS point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR.

The defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN finished third and Andy McElhannon of Hernando, MS took the fourth spot. Eric Riggins Jr. of Charlotte, NC was fifth, and sixth-place went to Matt Linder of Hoschton, GA. The 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year, Danny Sams III of Englewood, FL was seventh and Garrett Green of Valrico, FL started 20th and finished eighth to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award. Mallett finished ninth and Lance Moss of Cherryville, NC rounded out the top ten.

In preliminary action, Mallett won the six-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, and the three eight lap heat races were won by Turpen in the Engler Machine and Tool first heat, Linder in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second heat, and Hagar in the Schoenfeld Headers third heat.

In RockAuto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprint action, Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA won the 15-lap A-Main Race. Taylor took the lead from Bobby Zaiontz of Columbus, MS on lap 12, and led the final four laps of the event. Zaiontz finished second and third went to Conner Morrell of Palmetto, FL.

A.J. Parrish of Jacksonville, FL took the fourth spot and Jim Kradel of Navarre, FL was fifth. Jim McNulty of Navarre, FL finished sixth and Gregg Jones of Navarre, FL took the seventh spot after leading the first five laps of the race, but spun on lap six. Alex Lyles of Arlington, TN was eighth.

In USCS Mini Sprint preliminary action, saw Gregg Jones win the five-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, and the eight-lap Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race was won by Taylor. Jones earned the K&N Filters Pole Award for the 15-lap A-Main.

Jones took the lead at the start of the race followed by third starting Zaiontz, Taylor, who started on the outside of the front row, Morrell and Parrish. Jones smacked the wall exiting turn four on lap six while leading the race to bring out the first of two caution flags in the race. There was too much damage to his mount to return to the race.

Bobby Zaiontz took over the lead for the restart followed by Taylor, Morrell, Parrish and Kradel. Taylor stayed with Zaiontz until lap 12 when Taylor was able to race under the two-time Champand grab the lead.

Just when the seventeen-year-old Taylor could begin to taste the fruits of victory, the caution flag came out on lap 14 when McNulty stalled on the front straightaway. Taylor was able to stay out front in the green, white, checkered sequence of laps to the end of the race.

The next race for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented By K&N Filters will be on Saturday night, August 26 at Lexington 104 Speedway in Lexington, TN. The United Speed Contest Sanction Outlaw Open-Wheel Modifieds will share the card with the Winged Outlaw 360 Sprint Cars For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters, the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprints and K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modifieds please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car RESULTS FROM SENOIA RACEWAY IN SENOIA, GA ON 8/19/17:

A-MAIN: 30 LAPS: POS/START CAR # DRIVER/HOMETOWN 1. 4 9jr Derek Hagar Marion, AR 2. 1 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 3. 3 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 4. 5 42 Andy McElhannon Hernando, MS 5. 7 47 Eric Riggins Jr. Charlotte, NC 6. 2 67x Matt Linder Hoschton, GA 7. 12 24d Danny Sams III Englewood, FL 8. 20 3g Garrett Green Valrico, FL 9. 8 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 10. 10 23 Lance Moss Cherryville, NC 11. 13 67t Brian Thomas Pendergrass, GA 12. 14 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 13. 11 67m Jake McLain Matthews, NC 14. 16 29a Kyle Amerson Matthews, AL 15. 19 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA 16. 6 29 Joe Oliver Pendergrass, GA 17. 23 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 18. 21 83 Bob Auld Largo, FL 19. 24 14b Bo Barber Clarksville, TN 20. 22 99 Don Warren Clarksville, TN 21. 18 1x Scott Hunter Concord, NC 22. 9 27 Curt Terrell Bartlett, TN 23. 15 1s Joey Schmidt Laurel, MS 24. 17 38 Tony Agin Fort Myers, FL

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Mallett Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Turpen Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Linder Butlerbuilt Third Heat: Hagar K&N Filters Pole Award: Gray JE Pistons Top Guns Award (1stPlace): Hagar PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (2nd Place): Gray K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Turpen Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Green (started 20th/finished 8th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Linder Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Sams DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Green DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Moss

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Mallett; 2. Hagar; 3. Gray; 4. McElhannon; 5. Turpen; 6. Taylor DNS

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Turpen; 2. Oliver; 3. Mallett; 4. Thomas; 5. Willingham; 6. Agin; 7. Warren; 8. Taylor DNS.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Linder; 2. Gray; 3. Terrell; 4. Sams; 5. McLain; 6. Amerson; 7. Larkin; 8. Auld.

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The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

 

 

HAGAR HUSTLES TO BOYD’S SPEEDWAY USCS WIN

August 18, 2017

RINGGOLD, GA – The 2013 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion Derek Hagar of Marion, AR drove his DHR Chassis Parts and Shocks Special to his fourth United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented by K&N Filters win of the season Friday night by leading all 30 laps of the A-Main at Boyd’s Speedway.

Hagar started on the outside of the front row, and after a side-by-side battle on the opening tour with USCS point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR, took the lead coming off the fourth turn on the high side. Hagar then pulled away using multiple grooves around the 3/8-mile clay oval.

“The track was great tonight and we could really move around on it,” Hagar said. “There wasn’t much cushion on the high side, but we had our car set up well, and we could run the middle and the bottom. We could go where ever we needed to go to get around the lapped cars.”

The 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN finished second, and tried to make a late-race charge on Hagar, but ran out of laps. Mallett ended up in the third spot, and the defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN was fourth. Andy McElhannon of Hernando, MS finished fifth.

Sixth went to Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA, and Eric Riggins Jr. of Charlotte, NC earned the K&N Filters Pole Award, but spun out before the green flag came out and had to start at the rear of the 23-car field. Riggins rallied to finish seventh 30 laps later.

The 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year Danny Sams III of Englewood, FL took the eighth spot, and Joey Schmidt of Ellisville MS was ninth. Aubrey Black of Lookout Mountain, GA started 20th and rounded out the top ten to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award.

In preliminary action, Turpen won the six-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, and the three eight lap heat races were won by Mallett in the Engler Machine and Tool first heat, Riggins in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second heat, and Hagar in the Schoenfeld Headers third heat.

Hagar led the first lap followed by Mallett, Matt Linder of Hoschton, GA, Turpen and Gray. Bob Auld of Largo, FL brought out the first of four caution flags on lap six with a spin in turn four. When the field went back to green flag action, Hagar pulled away from Mallett, while Gray went to the inside to challenge his teammate Turpen for the fourth spot.

Gray was able drive underneath Turpen coming off the fourth turn on lap seven. By lap ten, Hagar began to encounter the cars on the tail of the lead lap with a half-straightaway lead on Mallett. The lead was erased on lap 11 when Don Warren of Clarksville, TN spun in turn two to light up the caution bulb.

The top ten for the restart at the one-third mark of the race had Hagar in the lead followed by Mallett, Linder, Gray, Turpen, Sams, McElhannon, Joe Larkin of Suwanee, GA, Schmidt, and Jake McLain of Matthews, NC. When the field went back to green flag action, Taylor stepped to the outside and passed Sams for sixth.

Turpen led a three-car battle for fifth with Taylor, Sams and McElhannon. McLain lost his right side header in turn two on lap 14 to bring out the caution flag, but not before it was run over by Jeff Oliver of Pendergrass, GA. Both cars were done for the evening. Hagar led Mallett, Linder, Gray, Turpen, Taylor, McElhannon, Sams, Larkin, and Schmidt down for the restart.

The battle for the fifth spot resumed among Turpen, Taylor, McElhannon and Sams. McElhannon was able to drive under Taylor for the sixth spot coming off the fourth turn on lap 15. The final caution flag came out on lap 17 when Linder stalled on the front straightaway while running third, and he was out for the evening.

That reshuffled the top ten as Hagar led Mallett, Gray, Turpen, Taylor, McElhannon, Riggins, Larkin, Sams, and Schmidt down for the restart. McElhannon got by Taylor on the restart, while Hagar pulled away from Mallett, and Gray challenged him for the second spot.

Hagar got into lapped traffic on lap 21 with almost a full straightaway lead on Mallett. Gray was able to get by Mallett for second on lap 22. Gray had the fastest car on the track in the final eight laps of the race, but he couldn’t catch Hagar to challenge for the lead.

In RockAuto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprint action, Bobby Zaiontz of Columbus, MS drove to a wire-to-wire win in the 15-lap main event. Pulling double-duty on Friday night, Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA took the second spot, and Conner Morrell of Palmetto, FL finished third. Gregg Jones of Navarre, FL was fourth and fifth went to Tommy Thompson of Ten Mile, TN.

Jim Kradel of Navarre, FL finished sixth, and Jim McNulty of Navarre, FL took the seventh spot. A.J. Parrish of Jacksonville, FL started tenth and finished eighth to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award. Ninth went to Alex Lyles of Arlington, TN, and Aubrey Black II of Trenton, GA rounded out the top ten.

In preliminary action, Jones won the five-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, and the eight-lap Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race was won by Taylor, which earned him the K&N Filters Pole Award for the 15-lap A-Main.

Zaiontz took the lead at the start of the race from his outside front row starting spot followed by Taylor, Jones, Morrell, and McNulty. On lap two, Morrell drove under Jones in turn two to claim the third spot. The only caution flag of the race came out on lap three when Lyles spun in turn two.

The restart saw Zaiontz leading Taylor, Morrell, Jones and McNulty. Kradel was able to get by McNulty for the fifth spot on the restart. Thompson then got up on the wheel, driving by Kradel and into the top five on lap six. Zaiontz then went on unchallenged to the checkered flag.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and the RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprints will now travel to Senoia Speedway in Senoia, GA to race on Saturday night.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL RESULTS FROM BOYD’S SPEEDWAY IN RINGGOLD, GA ON 8/18/17:

A-MAIN: 30 LAPS:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 2 9jr Derek Hagar Marion, AR 2. 6 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 3. 3 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 4. 4 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 5. 7 42 Andy McElhannon Hernando, MS 6. 11 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 7. 1 47 Eric Riggins Jr. Charlotte, NC 8. 9 24d Danny Sams III Englewood, FL 9. 17 1s Joey Schmidt Laurel, MS 10. 20 21 Aubrey Black Trenton, GA 11. 10 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA 12. 14 27 Curt Terrell Bartlett, TN 13. 12 3g Garrett Green Valrico, FL 14. 19 38 Tony Agin Fort Myers, FL 15. 16 67t Brian Thomas Pendergrass, GA 16. 18 83 Bob Auld Largo, FL 17. 22 99 Don Warren Clarksville, TN 18. 5 67x Matt Linder Hoschton, GA 19. 13 67m Jake McClain Matthews, NC 20. 15 29 Jeff Oliver Pendergrass, GA 21. 8 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 22. 21 14b Bo Barber Clarksville, TN 23. 23 6 Sean Housey Lima, OH

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Turpen Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Mallett Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Riggins Butlerbuilt Third Heat: Hagar K&N Filters Pole Award: Riggins JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (5th Place): McElhannon PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (1st Place): Hagar K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Mallett Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Black (started 20th and finished 10th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Taylor Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Riggins DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Sams DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Black

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Turpen; 2. Oliver; 3. Thomas; 4. Mallett; 5. Taylor; 6. Agin DNS.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Mallett; 2. Turpen; 3. McElhannon; 4. Taylor; 5. Green; 6. Black; 7. Auld; 8. Barber.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Riggins; 2. Gray; 3. Larkin; 4. Sams; 5. Terrell; 6. Oliver; 7. Schmidt; 8. Agin.

Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. Hagar; 2. Willingham; 3. Linder; 4. McLain; 5. Thomas; 6. Warren; 7. Housey DNS.

OFFICIAL USCS RockAuto.com 600 MINI SPRINT RESULTS:

15-LAP FEATURE RACE:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 2 1 Bobby Zaiontz Columbus, MS 2. 1 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 3. 3 28 Conner Morrell Palmetto, FL 4. 4 730 Gregg Jones Navarre, FL 5. 6 3t Tommy Thompson Ten Mile, TN 6. 5 19 Jim Kradel Navarre, FL 7. 7 52 Jim McNulty Navarre, FL 8. 10 88 A.J. Parrish Jacksonville, FL 9. 8 17 Alex Lyles Arlington, TN 10. 9 0 Aubrey Black II Trenton, GA

USCS RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprint Special Awards:

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Jones Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race: Taylor K&N Filters Pole Award: Black K&N Filters Podium (3rd Place) Award: Morrell Brown and Miller Racing Solutions 4th-Place Award: Jones Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Parrish (started 10th and finished 8th) Kaiser Aluminum Wheels Top Five Award: Thompson Saldana RFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

HAGAR HUSTLES TO BOYD’S SPEEDWAY USCS WIN

August 18, 2017

RINGGOLD, GA – The 2013 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion Derek Hagar of Marion, AR drove his DHR Chassis Parts and Shocks Special to his fourth United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Presented by K&N Filters win of the season Friday night by leading all 30 laps of the A-Main at Boyd’s Speedway.

Hagar started on the outside of the front row, and after a side-by-side battle on the opening tour with USCS point leader Jordon Mallett of Greenbrier, AR, took the lead coming off the fourth turn on the high side. Hagar then pulled away using multiple grooves around the 3/8-mile clay oval.

“The track was great tonight and we could really move around on it,” Hagar said. “There wasn’t much cushion on the high side, but we had our car set up well, and we could run the middle and the bottom. We could go where ever we needed to go to get around the lapped cars.”

The 11-time USCS National Champion Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN finished second, and tried to make a late-race charge on Hagar, but ran out of laps. Mallett ended up in the third spot, and the defending and two-time USCS National Champion Morgan Turpen of Cordova, TN was fourth. Andy McElhannon of Hernando, MS finished fifth.

Sixth went to Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA, and Eric Riggins Jr. of Charlotte, NC earned the K&N Filters Pole Award, but spun out before the green flag came out and had to start at the rear of the 23-car field. Riggins rallied to finish seventh 30 laps later.

The 2016 USCS Rookie of the Year Danny Sams III of Englewood, FL took the eighth spot, and Joey Schmidt of Ellisville MS was ninth. Aubrey Black of Lookout Mountain, GA started 20th and rounded out the top ten to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger of the Race Award.

In preliminary action, Turpen won the six-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, and the three eight lap heat races were won by Mallett in the Engler Machine and Tool first heat, Riggins in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions second heat, and Hagar in the Schoenfeld Headers third heat.

Hagar led the first lap followed by Mallett, Matt Linder of Hoschton, GA, Turpen and Gray. Bob Auld of Largo, FL brought out the first of four caution flags on lap six with a spin in turn four. When the field went back to green flag action, Hagar pulled away from Mallett, while Gray went to the inside to challenge his teammate Turpen for the fourth spot.

Gray was able drive underneath Turpen coming off the fourth turn on lap seven. By lap ten, Hagar began to encounter the cars on the tail of the lead lap with a half-straightaway lead on Mallett. The lead was erased on lap 11 when Don Warren of Clarksville, TN spun in turn two to light up the caution bulb.

The top ten for the restart at the one-third mark of the race had Hagar in the lead followed by Mallett, Linder, Gray, Turpen, Sams, McElhannon, Joe Larkin of Suwanee, GA, Schmidt, and Jake McLain of Matthews, NC. When the field went back to green flag action, Taylor stepped to the outside and passed Sams for sixth.

Turpen led a three-car battle for fifth with Taylor, Sams and McElhannon. McLain lost his right side header in turn two on lap 14 to bring out the caution flag, but not before it was run over by Jeff Oliver of Pendergrass, GA. Both cars were done for the evening. Hagar led Mallett, Linder, Gray, Turpen, Taylor, McElhannon, Sams, Larkin, and Schmidt down for the restart.

The battle for the fifth spot resumed among Turpen, Taylor, McElhannon and Sams. McElhannon was able to drive under Taylor for the sixth spot coming off the fourth turn on lap 15. The final caution flag came out on lap 17 when Linder stalled on the front straightaway while running third, and he was out for the evening.

That reshuffled the top ten as Hagar led Mallett, Gray, Turpen, Taylor, McElhannon, Riggins, Larkin, Sams, and Schmidt down for the restart. McElhannon got by Taylor on the restart, while Hagar pulled away from Mallett, and Gray challenged him for the second spot.

Hagar got into lapped traffic on lap 21 with almost a full straightaway lead on Mallett. Gray was able to get by Mallett for second on lap 22. Gray had the fastest car on the track in the final eight laps of the race, but he couldn’t catch Hagar to challenge for the lead.

In RockAuto.com USCS 600 Mini Sprint action, Bobby Zaiontz of Columbus, MS drove to a wire-to-wire win in the 15-lap main event. Pulling double-duty on Friday night, Brandon Taylor of Cumming, GA took the second spot, and Conner Morrell of Palmetto, FL finished third. Gregg Jones of Navarre, FL was fourth and fifth went to Tommy Thompson of Ten Mile, TN.

Jim Kradel of Navarre, FL finished sixth, and Jim McNulty of Navarre, FL took the seventh spot. A.J. Parrish of Jacksonville, FL started tenth and finished eighth to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award. Ninth went to Alex Lyles of Arlington, TN, and Aubrey Black II of Trenton, GA rounded out the top ten.

In preliminary action, Jones won the five-lap Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, and the eight-lap Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race was won by Taylor, which earned him the K&N Filters Pole Award for the 15-lap A-Main.

Zaiontz took the lead at the start of the race from his outside front row starting spot followed by Taylor, Jones, Morrell, and McNulty. On lap two, Morrell drove under Jones in turn two to claim the third spot. The only caution flag of the race came out on lap three when Lyles spun in turn two.

The restart saw Zaiontz leading Taylor, Morrell, Jones and McNulty. Kradel was able to get by McNulty for the fifth spot on the restart. Thompson then got up on the wheel, driving by Kradel and into the top five on lap six. Zaiontz then went on unchallenged to the checkered flag.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour and the RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprints will now travel to Senoia Speedway in Senoia, GA to race on Saturday night.

For rules and updated schedule information about the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour, please visit www.uscsracing.com or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You can also like the United Sprint Car Series Facebook page at USCS Racing.

OFFICIAL RESULTS FROM BOYD’S SPEEDWAY IN RINGGOLD, GA ON 8/18/17:

A-MAIN: 30 LAPS:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 2 9jr Derek Hagar Marion, AR 2. 6 10 Terry Gray Bartlett, TN 3. 3 14 Jordon Mallett Greenbrier, AR 4. 4 10m Morgan Turpen Cordova, TN 5. 7 42 Andy McElhannon Hernando, MS 6. 11 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 7. 1 47 Eric Riggins Jr. Charlotte, NC 8. 9 24d Danny Sams III Englewood, FL 9. 17 1s Joey Schmidt Laurel, MS 10. 20 21 Aubrey Black Trenton, GA 11. 10 33 Joe Larkin Suwanee, GA 12. 14 27 Curt Terrell Bartlett, TN 13. 12 3g Garrett Green Valrico, FL 14. 19 38 Tony Agin Fort Myers, FL 15. 16 67t Brian Thomas Pendergrass, GA 16. 18 83 Bob Auld Largo, FL 17. 22 99 Don Warren Clarksville, TN 18. 5 67x Matt Linder Hoschton, GA 19. 13 67m Jake McClain Matthews, NC 20. 15 29 Jeff Oliver Pendergrass, GA 21. 8 28 Jeff Willingham Ripley, MS 22. 21 14b Bo Barber Clarksville, TN 23. 23 6 Sean Housey Lima, OH

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Turpen Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: Mallett Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat: Riggins Butlerbuilt Third Heat: Hagar K&N Filters Pole Award: Riggins JE Pistons Top Guns Award: (5th Place): McElhannon PRO Shocks Champion Choice Award (1st Place): Hagar K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: Mallett Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Black (started 20th and finished 10th) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Taylor Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: Riggins DHR Suspension Eighth Place Award: Sams DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: Black

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (6 Laps): 1. Turpen; 2. Oliver; 3. Thomas; 4. Mallett; 5. Taylor; 6. Agin DNS.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat (8 Laps): 1. Mallett; 2. Turpen; 3. McElhannon; 4. Taylor; 5. Green; 6. Black; 7. Auld; 8. Barber.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat (8 Laps): 1. Riggins; 2. Gray; 3. Larkin; 4. Sams; 5. Terrell; 6. Oliver; 7. Schmidt; 8. Agin.

Schoenfeld Headers Third Heat (8 Laps): 1. Hagar; 2. Willingham; 3. Linder; 4. McLain; 5. Thomas; 6. Warren; 7. Housey DNS.

OFFICIAL USCS RockAuto.com 600 MINI SPRINT RESULTS:

15-LAP FEATURE RACE:

POS STRT CAR # DRIVER HOMETOWN 1. 2 1 Bobby Zaiontz Columbus, MS 2. 1 07 Brandon Taylor Cumming, GA 3. 3 28 Conner Morrell Palmetto, FL 4. 4 730 Gregg Jones Navarre, FL 5. 6 3t Tommy Thompson Ten Mile, TN 6. 5 19 Jim Kradel Navarre, FL 7. 7 52 Jim McNulty Navarre, FL 8. 10 88 A.J. Parrish Jacksonville, FL 9. 8 17 Alex Lyles Arlington, TN 10. 9 0 Aubrey Black II Trenton, GA

USCS RockAuto.com 600 Mini Sprint Special Awards:

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: Jones Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race: Taylor K&N Filters Pole Award: Black K&N Filters Podium (3rd Place) Award: Morrell Brown and Miller Racing Solutions 4th-Place Award: Jones Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: Parrish (started 10th and finished 8th) Kaiser Aluminum Wheels Top Five Award: Thompson Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: Kradel

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (5 Laps): 1. Jones; 2. Zaiontz; 3. Morrell; 4. Lyles; 5. Black DNS.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Race (8 Laps): 1. Taylor; 2. Zaiontz; 3. Jones; 4. Morrell; 5. Thompson; 6. Kradel; 7. McNulty; 8. Lyles; 9. Black DNS; 10. Parrish DNS.

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The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

Photo/Caption: 9jr. Derek Hagar raced to win #4 on the season in the United Sprint Car Series on Friday night at Boyd’s Speedway. (USCS Photo)

United Sprint Car Series News Release: Contact – PETE WALTON – (770) 865-6097 Email: peteuscs@att.net

acing Products Super Sixth Award: Kradel

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash (5 Laps): 1. Jones; 2. Zaiontz; 3. Morrell; 4. Lyles; 5. Black DNS.

Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Race (8 Laps): 1. Taylor; 2. Zaiontz; 3. Jones; 4. Morrell; 5. Thompson; 6. Kradel; 7. McNulty; 8. Lyles; 9. Black DNS; 10. Parrish DNS.

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The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. PRO Shocks, KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

 

 

USCS OUTLAW SPRINT CAR RACING HEADLINES SPRINT CAR MANIA VII RACING ACTION AT BOYD’S SPEEDWAY on FRIDAY NIGHT (August 18th)

Atlanta, GA – August 15th, 2017 - Wild and exciting winged outlaw sprint car racing will headline the USCS “Sprint Car Mania” VII racing program at historic Boyd’s Speedway on Friday, August 18th at 7:00 p.m.. The United Sprint Car Series "Outlaw Thunder" Tour presented by K&N Filters (www.uscsracing.com) will roar into the fast 3/8-mile Georgia red-clay oval for their forty-first event on the 21st Anniversary USCS National Championship schedule.

This is the one and only USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car event scheduled during the 2017 season at Boyd’s Speedway. This race is a twin-region showdown for the series and will award National Championship points as well as points in the USCS Mid-South and Southern Thunder regional series standings. The USCS Mid-South region normally contests race in Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri and Western Tennessee. The USCS Southern Thunder regional series consists of races in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, both Carolinas and Eastern Tennessee.

The special two region challenge event is expected to bring top winged Outlaw sprint car drivers from at least seven states to the track seeking a stop in the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane at the historic track. The exotic fire breathing, alcohol burning, 700 horsepower open wheel cars weight just 1,300 pounds, and are pound for pound the World’s most powerful short track race cars. The cars will literally fly around the track surface at speeds over 120 M.P.H. It is not uncommon to see USCS sprint cars popping "wheelies" or doing wheel stands because of the brute force of their engines and their huge 16-inch wide Hoosier rear racing tires.

Friday night's USCS winged sprint car action will feature a full program of racing in the winged sprint cars that includes test and tune hot laps followed by the evening's first sprint car race, the Hoosier Speed Dash that showcases the top six cars from the previous USCS main event in an edge-of-your-seat six-car shootout. Next up will be qualifying heat races and a Last Chance/B-Main race if necessary. The evening’s grand finale will be the 30-lap “Sprint Car Mania” VII USCS A-main event.

The popular www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged Mini Sprints will join the USCS winged outlaw sprint cars on the action-packed racing program, creating an exciting open-wheeled winged race car double-header special event for the race fans. Several of the Boyd’s Speedway weekly racing divisions will join the two traveling series for a full night of family entertainment. Those divisions include the speedway’s Limited Late Model, Sportsman, Hobby and Street Stock racing divisions. There will be a full program of racing action in every division.

Two twenty-four-year old drivers lead a strong contingent of winged sprint drivers into the event. The first in the Nation’s top ranked female sprint racer Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who is the defending and two-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Champion. Turpen who was the 2015 and 2016 Champion, leads the series drivers in victories this season with nine so far in 2017. She currently leads the USCS Mid-South regional series point standings and is in third place in the current National point standings. She also leads USCS Deep South regional standings as well.

The second twenty-four year-old young gun is Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas who currently leads the USCS National point standings. Mallett also leads the USCS Southern Thunder regional series point standings as well. He is the second most successful USCS driver in reaching victory lane during the 2017 season with five main event wins so far.

Eleven- time and defending USCS National Champion Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee, who is Turpen’s team-mate, also tops the entry list for the Boyd’s Speedway event. He is a scant few points behind Mallett in second place in the National point standings. The two drivers have swapped the lead in those standings several times during the season. He is among the top twenty-five drivers in the Nation in wins over the past 5 years. Gray has 90 career USCS wins.

Also entered is 2013 USCS National Champion, Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas. Hagar is a threat to win each and every night and is the leading USCS feature winner over the last five seasons. The 2015 Riverside Speedway (West Memphis, AR) track Champion from Andy McElhannon from Hernando, Mississippi who won his career-first United Sprint Car Series main event on July 7th at Columbus Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi has also joined the entry list.

Another sprint car racer for local fans to cheer for is USCS veteran Aubrey Black from nearby, Lookout Mountain, Georgia. Black is expected to do double duty in the Outlaw sprint car and mini sprint divisions. His son Aubrey Black II is also entered in the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Car Series division for winged mini sprints and hails from Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Gates open at 4:00pm on Friday and racing action begins at 7:00pm sharp! Boyd’s Speedway is located less than one mile off Interstate 75 at Tennessee Exit 1A/Ringgold Road. The physical address for the facility is 1481 Scruggs Road, Ringgold, GA 30736. The track’s phone number is 706-891-6803 and the website is www.boydsspeedway.com For USCS info please visit the Official USCS web site at www.uscsracing.com or call 770-460-7223.

 

 

Mallett races to second USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour win of the weekend at East Alabama Motor Speedway in the 9th annual Randy Helton Memorial.

Phenix City, AL - August 5, 2017 - The current United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National points leader Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas completed a two-night Alabama sweep of USCS contests by winning the.27-lap 9th annual Randy Helton Memorial Race and 19th annual Alabama Sprint Car Nationals event at East Alabama Motor Speedway on Saturday night. Mallett also raced into the www.rockauto.com USCS victory Lane on Friday night at Penton Raceway. The EAMS win was Mallett’s fifth of the 2017 season in USCS competition. The race honors former USCS driver Randy Helton from Palmetto, Georgia. Mallett collected $2827 for his main event at EAMS.

The defending and two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee scored her second runner-up finish of the weekend after challenging Mallett early. After the two raced through lapped cars, Mallett, the leader, got by several cars and used them for a pick to put distance between himself and nine-time 2017 USCS race winner, Morgan Turpen. Mallett then pulled away.to more than a straight-away lead at the finish. Young-gun Kyle Amerson chased the lead duo to the line in third place for a career-best USCS finish. Rookie of the Year contender, seventeen-year-old Brandon Taylor, from Cumming, Georgia displayed his talent by starting seventh and racing into the fourth position by the end of the main event. The evening’s Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat race- winner, Terry Witherspoon from Jacksonville, Florida rounded out the top five finishers.

United Sprint Car Series newcomer, Jeff Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia headed the next group of finishers in sixth place. Oliver started 13th and advanced the most positions in the main event to also garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award. Tony Agin who is currently in fifth place in the National point standings, finished in seventh place in the main event after winning the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat race earlier in the evening. The 2012 USCS Rookie of the Year, Jeff Willingham from Ripley, Mississippi followed Agin in eighth place. Brian Thomas a veteran USCS sprint car racer from Pendergrass, Georgia who ranked fourth in the USCS Southern Thunder regional point standings coming into Saturday night, finished in ninth place. Clint Weiss from Ocala, Florida rounded out the top ten finishers.

Mallett kicked off the night’s action by winning the USCS Hoosier Speed Dash. As previously mentioned, Tony Agin won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat and Terry Witherspoon collected the win in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Morgan Turpen collected the most passing points in the heat race action. After the first heat race-winner, Tony Agin then drew a Zero in the K&N Filters Pole Award drawing. This placed her (Turpen) on the K&N Filters Pole Position and Mallett outside the front row. Jeff Oliver started thirteenth and passed seven cars, earning him the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st annual USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, Bell Racing USA, PRO Shocks, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

Next on the schedule for the USCS drivers is the ASCS vs USCS Summer Shootout (Not So Civil WAR!) at Jackson Motor Speedway in Byram, Mississippi on Friday and Saturday, August 11th and 12th. For more info on the track please visit www.jacksonmotorspeedway.net or visit their Facebook page. On the following weekend the series will invade Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia on Friday, August 18th and t headlines the USCS Senoia Summer Nationals 2017 at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia on Saturday, August 19th .

For USCS rules, schedules and other info please visit www.uscsracing.com . or call the series at 770-460-7334 or 770-865-6097. You may also like and follow Uscsracing on Facebook and or @uscsracing on Twitter.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged srint cars at East Alabama Motor Speedway on Saturday, August 5, 2017 results:

HOOSIER Tire Speed DASH - (6 Laps) 1. 14 Jordon Mallett; 2. 67 Brian Thomas; 3. 29a Kyle Amerson; 4. 10m Morgan Turpen; 5. 1x Scott Hunter; 6. 10 Terry Gray.

Engler Machine & Tool First Heat - (8 Laps) 1. 38 Tony Agin; 2. 29a Kyle Amerson; 3. 10 Terry Gray; 4. 1x Scott Hunter; 5.99T Tanner Witherspoon; 6. 99D Don Warren; DNS - 1s Joey Schmidt and 24d Danny Sams III.

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat - (8 Laps) 1. 43 Terry Witherspoon; 2. 10m Morgan Turpen; 3. 14 Jordon Mallett; 4. 67 Brian Thomas; 5. 07T Brandon Taylor; 6.28 Jeff Willingham; 29 Jeff Oliver; 0x Clint Weiss.

Outlaw Thunder Tour Winged Sprint A-Main - (27 Laps) 1. 14 Jordon Mallett; 2. 10m Morgan Turpen; 3. 29 Kyle Amerson; 4. 07T Brandon Taylor; 5.; 43 Terry Witherspoon; 6. 29 Jeff Oliver; 7. 38 Tony Agin; 8.28 Jeff Willingham; 9 .67 Brian Thomas; 10. 0x Clint Weiss; 11. 99 Don Warren; 12. 1x Scott Hunter; 13. 10 Terry Gray; 14. 99T Tanner Witherspoon; DNS – 1s Joey Schmidt and Danny Sams III.

USCS Sprint Car Series Race Awards: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 14 Jordon Mallett Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 38 Tony Agin BMRS Second Heat: 43 Terry Witherspoon K&N Filters Pole Award: 10m Morgan Turpen JE Pistons Top Guns Award: 43 Terry Witherspoon (5th place) K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 29 Kyle Amerson Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 29 Jeff Oliver PRO Shocks Top Five Award: 07T Brandon Taylor (4th place) Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award: 29 Jeff Oliver Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 38 Tony Agin DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 28 Jeff Willingham DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 0x Clint Weiss

 

 

Lance Moss raced to first USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour win of the season at Carolina Speedway on Friday

Gastonia, NC - July 21, 2017 – Veteran USCS driver Lance Moss from nearby Cherryville, North Carolina raced his way to his first United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters win of the 2017 season on Friday night at Carolina Speedway in front of a happy home-track crowd. Moss battled with USCS title contender, Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas for the first 25-laps of the contest before making a winning pass on lap twenty-six. on his way to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane for the first time this season. Moss, who is always a tough competitor, added this one to a win at Lancaster Speedway in April of 2014 for his career-second USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour win.

Mallett, who won his first ever USCS sprint car event in 2011 at Carolina Speedway when he was the series Rookie of the Year, was comfortably in the lead of the event before he struck the wall hard in turn two on about lap fifteen. After that, he continued to lead the race even with several broken rear suspension parts. After a lap-25 restart Moss raced by Mallett’s limping mount into the lead.

New Jersey hot-shoe Robbie Stillwaggon who won the April 7, 2017 USCS event at the track, followed Moss by Mallett two laps later to chase Moss across the line on the final lap and finished in the runner-up spot. Eric Riggins, Jr. from Charlotte, North Carolina raced from a sixth-place starting spot to finish in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Mallett followed the trio across the line in fourth place. The defending and two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee rounded out the top five.

USCS National points leader, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee chased the top-five home in sixth place followed by Jacksonville, Florida veteran racer, Terry Witherspoon in seventh place. Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina finished in eighth place. Tony Agin, a USCS regular and veteran sprint car racer from Ft. Myers, Florida finished in ninth place and Jake McLain from Indian Trail, North Carolina rounded out the top-ten finishers.

Dan Jones kicked off the evening’s action with a win in the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Terry Gray then won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Jordon Mallett collected the win in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. As the first heat race-winner, Gray then drew a six in the K&N Filters Pole Award drawing. This placed Dan Jones on the K&N Filters Pole Position and he received the K&N Filters Pole Award as well. Jake McLain advanced nine positions in the main event to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

Next on the schedule for the USCS drivers is the USCS Joe and Jim McLain Summer Sprint Classic Round #2 at Lancaster Speedway in Lancaster, SC for Round #2 on Saturday night, The McLain family has posted a bonus to the winner of $200 each night. This makes the winner’s share a possible $4400 to win on both nights. There is also a bonus posted of $100 each night for the 12th place car and the 21st place car. These (#12 and #21) represent the numbers that the two racing McLain Brothers raced under.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st annual USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, Bell Racing USA, PRO Shocks, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

For USCS rules, schedules and other info please visit www.uscsracing.com . or call the series at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You may also like and follow Uscsracing on Facebook and or @uscsracing on Twitter.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars at Carolina Speedway on Friday, July 21,2017.

Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps) 1. 8-Dan Jones[1] ; 2. 1x-Scott Hunter[2] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[6]

Engler Machine & Tool Heat 1 - (10 Laps) 1. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 2. 8-Dan Jones[2] ; 3. 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[7] ; 4. 23-Lance Moss[9] ; 5. 83-Bob Auld[1] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 7. 67-Brian Thomas[5] ; 8. 67m-Jake McLain[10] ; 9. 21b-Brandon McLain[6] ; 10. 5w-Ryan Coniam[8]

Brown & Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (10 Laps) 1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 2. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[8] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[4] ; 4. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[2] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[7] ; 7. 1x-Scott Hunter[6] ; 8. 58-Nathan Emig[9] ; 9. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[5] ; 10. 33-Joe Larkin[10]

A-Main 1 - (30 Laps) 1. 23-Lance Moss[2] ; 2. 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[3] ; 3. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[6] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[9] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 7. 43-Terry Witherspoon[11] ; 8. 1x-Scott Hunter[13] ; 9. 38-Tony Agin[12] ; 10. 67m-Jake McLain[19] ; 11. 67-Brian Thomas[15] ; 12. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[8] ; 13. 5w-Ryan Coniam[18] ; 14. 83-Bob Auld[10] ; 15. 33-Joe Larkin[20] ; 16. 58-Nathan Emig[14] ; 17. 8-Dan Jones[1] ; 18. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[17] ; 19. 07-Johnny Bridges[7] ; 20. 21b-Brandon McLain[16]

USCS Sprint Car Series Race y Jones: Hoosier Tire Speed Dash: 8 Dan Jones Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10 Terry Gray BMRS Second Heat: 14 Jordon Mallett K&N Filters Pole Award: 8 Dan Jones JE Pistons Top Guns Award: 47 Eric Riggins, Jr. (3rd place) K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 47 Eric Riggins, Jr. Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 67m Jake McLain (Advanced 9 positions in main event) PRO Shocks Top Five Award: 10m Morgan Turpen Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award:10 Terry Gray Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 43 Terry Witherspoon DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 1x Scott Hunter DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 67m Jake McLain

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters Winged Sprint Cars
At Carolina Speedway on Friday, July 21,2017

Hoosier Speed DASH - (0 Laps)
1. 8-Dan Jones[1] ; 2. 1x-Scott Hunter[2] ; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 4. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[3] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[6]

Engler Machine & Tool Heat 1 - (10 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[3] ; 2. 8-Dan Jones[2] ; 3. 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[7] ; 4. 23-Lance Moss[9] ; 5. 83-Bob Auld[1] ; 6. 38-Tony Agin[4] ; 7. 67-Brian Thomas[5] ; 8. 67m-Jake McLain[10] ; 9. 21b-Brandon McLain[6] ; 10. 5w-Ryan Coniam[8]

Brown & Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (10 Laps)
1. 14-Jordon Mallett[3] ; 2. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[8] ; 3. 07-Johnny Bridges[4] ; 4. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[2] ; 5. 43-Terry Witherspoon[1] ; 6. 10m-Morgan Turpen[7] ; 7. 1x-Scott Hunter[6] ; 8. 58-Nathan Emig[9] ; 9. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[5] ; 10. 33-Joe Larkin[10]


A-Main 1 - (30 Laps) 1. 23-Lance Moss[2] ; 2. 89-Robbie Stillwaggon[3] ; 3. 47-Eric Riggins Jr.[6] ; 4. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 5. 10m-Morgan Turpen[9] ; 6. 10-Terry Gray[5] ; 7. 43-Terry Witherspoon[11] ; 8. 1x-Scott Hunter[13] ; 9. 38-Tony Agin[12] ; 10. 67m-Jake McLain[19] ; 11. 67-Brian Thomas[15] ; 12. 59III-Johnny Petrozelle[8] ; 13. 5w-Ryan Coniam[18] ; 14. 83-Bob Auld[10] ; 15. 33-Joe Larkin[20] ; 16. 58-Nathan Emig[14] ; 17. 8-Dan Jones[1] ; 18. 99-Tanner Witherspoon[17] ; 19. 07-Johnny Bridges[7] ; 20. 21b-Brandon McLain[16]

 

 

Turpen gets ninth USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour win of the season at Travelers Rest Speedway.

Travelers Rest, SC - July 14, 2017 - Two-time USCS National Champion, Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee battled to her ninth United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters win of the 2017 season on Friday night at Travelers Rest Speedway in front of a large crowd that bought tickets in the rain and then endured a rain delay to see the series drivers compete. Turpen, who started third, charged under K&N Filters Pole Position starter and 2015 USCS Rookie of the Year, Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida as the duo entered turn three on the seventh lap to take the lead and never looked back on her way to the www.rockauto.com USCS Victory Lane.

Snyder, who won the last time the series visited the track in 2015, went off the track on lap eleven with motor issues and Jordon Mallett from Greenbrier, Arkansas assumed the runner-up spot. Mallett, who was the USCS feature winner on the previous Saturday night at Whynot Motorsports Park, pulled up on Turpen’s back bumper several times after yellow and red-flag restarts, but, couldn’t create a serious challenge on this occasion and had to settle for the runner-up honors.

Behind the Turpen and Mallett duo, veteran and eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee followed in the K&N Filters Podium awarding third place. Matt Linder who resides in Hoschton, Georgia returned to USCS competition after several years off, followed in fourth place. Tony Agin from Fort Myers, Florida had a season-best run and rounded out the top five finishers.

USCS Rookie of the Year, contender, Scott Hunter from Concord, North Carolina chased the top-five home in sixth place followed by California transplant. Jeff Oliver, who now calls Pendergrass, Georgia home in seventh place. Dan Jones from Concord, North Carolina finished in eighth place. Brian Thomas, a USCS regular and veteran sprint car racer from Pendergrass, Georgia finished in ninth place. Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia rounded out the top-ten finishers.

Terry Gray kicked off the evening’s action with a win in the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash. Morgan Turpen then won the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat. Dan Jones collected the win in the Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Second Heat. Rookie of the Year contender, Scott Hunter from Concord, NC earned the most passing points in the heat race action. As the first heat race-winner, Turpen then drew a six in the K&N Filters Pole Award drawing. This placed Nick Snyder on the K&N Filters Pole Position and he received the K&N Filters Pole Award as well. Jeff Oliver from Pendergrass, Georgia advanced ten positions in the main event to earn the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

Next on the schedule for the USCS drivers is the USCS Joe and Jim McLain Summer Sprint Classic at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, NC on Friday. July 21st for Round #1 and at Lancaster Speedway in Lancaster, SC for Round #2 on this Saturday night, July 22nd. The McLain family has posted a bonus to the winner of $200 each night. This makes the winner’s share a possible $4400 to win on both nights. The is also a bonus posted of $100 each night for the 12th place car and the 21st place car. These (#12 and #21) represent the numbers that the two racing McLain Brothers raced under.

The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters would like to gratefully thank its sponsoring partners for their involvement in the 2017 and 21st annual USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour: K&N Filters, www.rockauto.com,Engler Machine and Tool, Butlerbuilt, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Saldana Racing Products, Pyrotect Racing Cells, Bell Racing USA, PRO Shocks, DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends. KSE Racing Products, DHR Suspensions, Schoenfeld Headers, DSR Fuel Systems, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Arizona Sport Shirts and Hero Graphics.

For USCS rules, schedules and other info please visit www.uscsracing.com . or call the series at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097. You may also like and follow Uscsracing on Facebook and or @uscsracing on Twitter.

USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars
at Travelers' Rest Speedway on Friday, July 14, 2017 results:

Hoosier Speed DASH - (6 Laps)
1. 10-Terry Gray[2] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[6] ; 3. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 4. 67t-Brian Thomas[5] ; 5. 28-Jeff Willingham[3] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[4]

Engler Machine and Tool Heat 1 - (8 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[1] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[4] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[6] ; 4. 67x-Matt Linder[2] ; 5. 67t-Brian Thomas[3] ; 6. 33-Joe Larkin[5] ; 7. 28-Jeff Willingham[7] ; 8. 58-Nathan Emis[8]

Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Heat 2 - (8 Laps)
1. 8-Dan Jones[1] ; 2. 1x-Scott Hunter[5] ; 3. 38-Tony Agin[2] ; 4. 116-Nick Snyder[7] ; 5. 29-Jeff Oliver[9] ; 6. 67m-Jake McLain[8] ; 7. 5s-Sonny Stroud[6] ; 8. 21b-Brandon McLain[3] ; 9. 07-Brandon Taylor[4]


Sprint FEATURE - (30 Laps)
1. 10m-Morgan Turpen[3] ; 2. 14-Jordon Mallett[5] ; 3. 10-Terry Gray[4] ; 4. 67x-Matt Linder[8] ; 5. 38-Tony Agin[7] ; 6. 1x-Scott Hunter[6] ; 7. 29-Jeff Oliver[17] ; 8. 8-Dan Jones[2] ; 9. 67t-Brian Thomas[10] ; 10. 33-Joe Larkin[11] ; 11. 67m-Jake McLain[9] ; 12. 28-Jeff Willingham[12] ; 13. 21b-Brandon McLain[15] ; 14. 116-Nick Snyder[1] ; 15. 58-Nathan Emis[14] ; 16. 5s-Sonny Stroud[13] ; 17. 07-Brandon Taylor[16]​

USCS Sprint Car Series Race y Jones:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash:10 Terry Gray
Engler Machine and Tool First Heat: 10m Morgan Turpen
BMRS Second Heat: 8 Danny Jones
K&N Filters Pole Award:116 Nick Snyder
JE Pistons Top Guns Award: Jordon Mallett (2nd place)
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award: 10 Terry Gray
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award: 29 Jeff Oliver
PRO Shocks Top Five Award: 38 Tony Agin
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award:1x Scott Hunter
Pyrotect Racing Cells Lucky Seven Award: 29 Jeff Oliver
DHR Suspension 8th place Award: 8 Dan Jones
DMI/Bulldog Rear Ends Top Ten Award: 33 Joe Larkin

 

 

USCS Outlaw Thunder winged sprint cars set for Dixie Speedway Sprint Car Nationals this Saturday (July 15th)

July 11, 2017 - Atlanta, GA - Wild and exciting winged outlaw sprint car racing will headline the racing program at Dixie Speedway on Saturday, July 15th at 7:00 pm. The K&N Filters sponsored United Sprint Car Series "Outlaw Thunder" Tour www.uscsracing.com winged sprint cars will roar into the fast 3/8-mile high-banked clay tri-oval for the 2017 version of the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals speed spectacular. The event is race number thirty-three on the 57-race 21st annual schedule for the Nationally touring USCS drivers. The race is the only USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint car event scheduled at Dixie Speedway during the 2017 season. The event also serves as Round #18 on the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series schedule. The Dixie Speedway race will award USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour drivers with National and USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series championship points. Entries are expected from seven or more states for the event.

Expected entries for Saturday night include several multi-time USCS Southern Thunder Tour sprint car feature winners. Those drivers include; 11-time National and multi-time Southern Thunder Tour USCS Champion Terry Gray, from Bartlett, Tennessee and former Southern Thunder regional series Champion Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina.

Also entered and a past and present season winner is the Nation’s top female sprint car racer Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee who is the defending and a two-time (2015& 2016) USCS National Champion. Turpen has been o