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USCS Sprints headline Ellis Palasini Classic at Greenville Friday and Saturday 8/1 & 8/2
Aguilar collects 2nd half of USCS weekend sweep at Anderson
USCSAguilar7.26.14.jpgUSCS photo - ANDERSON, S.C. – In poker, a pair might be the worst hand, but for Joey “The Ace” Aguilar, a pair was exactly what he was looking for at Anderson Motor Speedway. Aguilar, a longtime pavement sprint car ace from Tampa, Florida, powered around the outside of 2012 Carolina RaceSaver Sprint Car Series champion Jake McLain from Indian Trail, North Carolina in turn one on lap 14 of Saturday night’s United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N 40-lap Summer Nationals A-main finale and drove away to his second victory in two nights in dominating fashion, despite a late-race charge from past regional series Champion, Johnny Bridges from Cherryville, North Carolina. The victory was Aguilar’s career-third USCS feature win and seventh straight sprint car victory across three different sanctions. The result also locked Aguilar into next month’s USCS Wind Creek Casino/Hotel Wetumpka Sprint Car Shootout at Atlanta Motor Speedway on August 29th.
Aguilar streaks to USCS presented by K&N feature win in prelim at Anderson on Friday
USCSAguilar7.25.14.jpgUSCS photo - ANDERSON, S.C. -- Joey "The Ace" Aguilar arrived at Anderson Motor Speedway Friday afternoon ready to compete with the United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N filters and he ended up being dealt the winning cards. Aguilar, a three-time TBARA Sprint Series winner in 2014 and pavement sprint car veteran from Tampa, Florida, powered around 1998 USCS Rookie of the Year and K&N Filters pole-sitter Johnny Bridges on lap 4 of Friday night's 25-lap Anderson Summer Nationals preliminary A-main and drove away to win by a full straightaway despite two caution periods in the first half of the event that slowed the pace. The victory was Aguilar's sixth straight sprint car feature victory (across multiple sanctions) in 2014 and second career USCS feature win, following a win at Lanier National Speedway in 2010.
USCS Asphalt Summer Nationals and MUCH more Friday and Saturday at Anderson, SC


USCS Outlaw Thunder winged sprints headline Anderson Motor Speedway’s AMS Summer Nationals 2014 on Friday and Saturday, July 25th and 26th

Atlanta, GA – July 19, 2014 - The United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters is set to bring its 120+ mile per hour ground pounding winged sprint cars back to one of its favorite paved venues next weekend. The series returns to Anderson Motor Speedway near Anderson, South Carolina on Friday, July 25th and Saturday, July 26th . The two-night’s events are Rounds #3 and #4 of the four-race USCS “Road to Atlanta” Series to qualify cars to compete in the Labor Day weekend USCS “Sprint Car Shootout” at Atlanta Motor Speedway during their NASCAR Sprint Cup race weekend.

On Friday, July 25th the 120+ mile per hour USCS winged Outlaw style sprint cars join the popular NASCAR Late Models plus four NASCAR weekly racing stock car divisions and the Legends Cars for night one of the AMS Summer Nationals speed spectacular at the historic 3/8 mile paved oval. Each division will contest a full racing program with the NASCAR Late Models going 50 laps in their evening finale.

Terry Gray streaks to USCS “Thursday Thriller” win at Lavonia
UscsGray7.17.14 (2).jpg(USCS photo) - LAVONIA, GA - July 17, 2014 - You can never keep a champion down for long and once again, wily veteran Terry Gray proved why. The ten-time United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N champion from Bartlett, Tennessee powered to the outside of K&N Filters pole-sitter Jay Dunham from Augusta, Georgia in the opening corner of Thursday night’s “Thursday Thriller” 30-lap feature event at Lavonia Speedway and held on the entire distance, despite two early-race red flags, to bank his second USCS feature victory of the 2014 season. The win was Gray’s 88th career series victory and broke a nearly two-month dry spell for the perennial championship contender and race winner.

“It feels really good to get back here (to Victory Lane) tonight,” Gray expressed in USCS Victory Lane following the event. “I got a little nervous when I couldn’t get by the slower traffic ahead of me there late in the race, and I knew (teammate) Morgan (Turpen) was coming behind me, but I figured if I couldn’t get by them that no one was going to have the steam to pass me. Morgan ran a great race though, and this is a great night for our team.”
Magic races to 2014 USCS 600 win #1 at Lavonia
USCS600Magic7.17.14.jpgChris Seelman photo - LAVONIA, GA - July 17, 2014 - Veteran USCS mini-sprint driver Mike Magic from Winder, Georgia found some magic of his own Friday night at Lavonia Speedway. Magic, a two-time winner in USCS 600 Sprint Series competition, picked up his third career victory in spectacular fashion, blasting around the outside of K&N Filters pole-sitter Nick Snyder and never looking back from there, rolling all the way into USCS Victory Lane after taking the checkered flag in the 15-lap 600cc mini-sprint portion of the “Thursday Thriller”.

“What a night for us,” Magic expressed after the race. “We’ve been struggling so far this year, but coming home to Georgia and running like this tonight, it really means a lot to me. I’m almost speechless. Thanks to everyone for the support; we couldn’t do it without you.” The race was only slowed by caution once in the 15 laps, when the #6 of defending series champion Sean Hosey spun in turn two and came to a stop.
Crawley captures USCS Speedweek Finale at Riverside

WEST MEMPHIS, AR - July 17, 1014 - - It’s been a pretty good month to be Tim Crawley. Crawley, the 2012 United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N champion from Benton, Arkansas, started from the K&N Filters Pole Position Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway and stomped the field once again, leading wire-to-wire and rolling into USCS Victory Lane after taking the win in the rescheduled 30-lap USCS Sprint Speedweek Finale. The triumph was Crawley’s fifth straight United Sprint Car Series victory, as well as the 70th career USCS win of his impressive career.

Crawley had to endure three caution flags en route to scoring the win, one on Lap 10 when the #12M of Greg Merritt stopped in Turn 4, the second on Lap 20 when the #13T of Taylor Tidmore spun and collected 1999 series champion Marshall Skinner in the aftermath and the third with four laps to go when Cody Gardner spun into the inside tires and was unable to get restarted. Each time, Crawley marched away on the ensuing restart and was never challenged.

Crawley completes Holiday weekend sweep to go four in-a-row in USCS at I-30
USCSCrawley7.5.14.jpgBENTON, AR – July 5, 2014 - Fireworks exploded both on and off the race track on Saturday night at I-30 Speedway, and when the dust finally settled, Tim Crawley had every reason to cue the celebration again. Crawley, the 2012 United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour filtercharged by K&N champion out of Benton, Arkansas, streaked to the lead in turn three ahead of a spinning Terry Gray after the two banged wheels going down the backstretch during the first attempt at a green-white-checkered finish in Saturday night’s “Hammerdown at Hammer Hill” 30-lap feature event.

Crawley then held off Bryant, Arkansas driver Zach Pringle on the second green-white-checkered attempt to take home the victory after starting the race from the seventh position, completing a weekend sweep of three USCS Arkansas features in front of his hometown fans. The win was Crawley’s fourth straight visit to the USCS Victory Lane dating back to last weekend at Poplar Bluff, Missouri, and the win was his 69th career USCS win overall.
Crawley celebrates Independence Day with 2014 USCS victory #3 at Diamond Park
USCSCrawley7.4.14.jpgNASHVILLE, AR – July 4, 2014 – The 2012 United Sprint Car Series Outlsw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters National Champion Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas and the Mike Ward Racing #88 crew celebrated their Independence Day 2014 with their third visit to the USCS Victory Lane in less than a week. This on didn’t come easy though as Crawley, who started from the K&N Filters Pole Position, had to hold off numerous challenges in traffic by ten-time series champion Terry Gray to notch the wire-to-wire victory in the caution-free 30-lap “Stars and Stripes Duel at the Diamond” A-main at Diamond Park Speedway on Friday night. The win was his 68th career series triumph.

“We were just riding around the bottom tonight, and I wasn’t gonna give the bottom up,” Crawley said after the win. “Lap traffic was fixing to be pretty difficult there if we had had a few more laps, but the starting position and drawing a zero (in the inversion by first heat winner Cody Gardner) meant a lot tonight. It’s three in a row, and you take ‘em any way you can get ‘em.”
Preston Seratt rockets to 2nd 2014 K&N Filters USCS MOD win at Diamond Park
USCSOWMSeratt7.4.14.jpgUSCS NASHVILLE, AR – July 4, 2014 - Preston Seratt has wanted to win a USCS feature event “the right way” ever since he was awarded his first USCS K&N Filters Outlaw Modified Series victory by virtue of torrential rain a week ago at Poplar Bluff Speedway. Friday night, he did just that.

Seratt led wire-to-wire after winning his heat race and starting on the K&N Filters Pole Position to score the victory in the 25-lap “Stars and Stripes Duel at the Diamond” at Diamond Park Speedway on Friday night ahead of Hooks, Texas driver Caleb Shown. The triumph was Seratt’s second career series victory, as well as his second of the 2014 season.

Rasdon ends K&N Filters USCS Modified draught at “Rumble at the Ridge” III
PARAGOULD, AR - July 3, 2014 – For 2009 USCS K&N Outlaw Modified Series champion Hunter Rasdon from nearby Jonesboro, Arkansas, the USCS drought is finally over. Rasdon, who had not won a USCS Modified event since his championship season in 2009, powered to the lead around perennial USCS Modified contender Robby Arnold on Lap 8 of Thursday night’s 25-lap “Rumble at the Ridge” at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway and endured a restart with 14 laps complete to grab the long-overdue victory over defending “Rumble at the Ridge” Champ Dallas Everett, from Beebe, Arkansas. The victory was Rasdon’s sixth career USCS K&N Outlaw Modified Series win.

“I’ll tell you, we’ve been close at so many of these things over the past five years; it’s amazing to finally be back down here as a winner,” Rasdon expressed in USCS Victory Lane. “We had to root and gouge our way to the front, and passing Robby (Arnold) for the win is never easy, but I was not going to let this one get away tonight. It’s good to be back.”
Crawley gets USCS win #2 and captures Glen Francis Memorial Cup at Crowley's Ridge
USCSCrawley7.3.14.jpgPARAGOULD, AR - July 3, 2014 - Two weeks ago, Tim Crawley was 0-for-the 2014 season in USCS wins. Since then, he’s two-for-two. Crawley, the Benton, Arkansas native driving for renowned team owner Mike Ward, started on the K&N Filters Pole Position and sprinted away from Marshall Skinner following a restart at the halfway point of Thursday night’s United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N Glen Francis Memorial Cup 30-lap A-main, never looking back en route to a wire-to-wire win and trip to USCS Victory Lane ahead of fellow Arkansas native Zach Pringle. The triumph was Crawley’s second straight USCS sprint car victory, and 67th career series win.

“I’ll tell you, this is redemption after how the first half of our season went,” said Crawley, who also won the Glen Francis Memorial Cup during its inaugural running in 2012. “We’ve got a lot of great people behind us; Mike Ward, all these guys on the crew; it feels really good to get them a win tonight.”

“The track took a lot of rubber in the second half of the race; it could almost pass for asphalt now, and everyone knows I hate running asphalt,” Crawley quipped, “but this was a good track tonight and I’m grateful to have our season back on track.”
Miller streaks to USCS 600 win at Crowley's Ridge

PARAGOULD, AR – July 3, 2014 - After a short winless drought, the mini-sprint world was turned back right-side up Thursday night for Joe B. Miller. Miller, the Millersville, Missouri native and perennial USCS 600 Sprint Series contender, bolted away from Todd McWilliams on a green-white-checkered finish during the 20-lap micro sprint feature portion of the 3rd Annual “Rumble at the Ridge” at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway to notch a dominating victory.

Miller led all 20 laps of the A-main en route to his fourth win of the 2014 season and sixth career USCS 600 victory, which puts him in sole possession of fifth on the all-time series win list. “We were just hooked up tonight,” Miller said in USCS Victory Lane. “The bottom worked real well for us on that last restart and we just took off. It was kinda nice to not have to fight off the hounds for once,” Miller laughed.


USCS Sprint triple headlines Independence Day weekend action at 3 Arkansas tracks
USCSlogo2013.jpgAtlanta, GA (July 2, 2014) – The United sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters kicks off a three-day, three-track Independence Day holiday weekend swing through Arkansas starting on Thursday, July 3rd with the 3rd annual “Rumble at the Ridge” at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway in Paragould, Arkansas. On the following night (July 4th ) The series travels Southwest in the state to Diamond Park Speedway in Nashville, Arkansas for the 2nd annual “Duel at the Diamond”. The weekend of speed contests and Fireworks displays concludes on Saturday, July 5th at I-30 Speedway in Benton, Arkansas with the series 2nd ever appearance at the famed ¼ mile oval for the USCS “Hammer Down at Hammer Hill”.
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