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Riggins race to 4th 2015 USCS win at Fayetteville
USCSRiggins7.25.15.jpgFAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – The “Carolina Kid” gave his home state race fans something to cheer about in United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters competition Saturday night at Fayetteville Motor Speedway. Charlotte, North Carolina shoe Eric Riggins Jr. took the lead of the 25-lap Summer Speed Xplosion A-main on lap three from K&N Filters pole-sitter Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia and held off Friday night’s East Lincoln Speedway USCS feature winner Johnny Bridges on two successive restarts to notch his fourth USCS feature win of the 2015 season and his first career Fayetteville win. The visit for the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour was their first to the four-tenths mile oval since 2010, and the win was Riggins’ 12th career USCS victory.

“We hit on something just before the feature and I could make the top work for a couple laps,” Riggins said in USCS Victory Lane. “After that I got comfortable with my rhythm and I didn’t think I had much of a challenge from behind. The car was perfect tonight and I just ran as hard as I could to bring it home.” 
Matt Carr garners career first USCS 600 win at Fayetteville Motor Speedway

AYETTEVILLE, N.C - July 25, 2015 - Matt Carr from Gray’s Creek, North Carolina charged from third starting position to take the lead on the opening lap of Friday night’s USCS 600 Sprint Car Series A-main and never looked back, pacing all 15 circuits to score his first career USCS-sanctioned mini sprint victory at his home race track.

“Boy, it feels great to be in victory lane at Fayetteville Motor Speedway,” Carr said in Victory Lane. “This is our home track and it’s the first time we’ve ever run the 600 here. To have been fighting the handling on the car all night and still be able to pull it off is a really special feeling.”

The event was slowed by caution only once, when the No. 1A of Dale Arnold slowed to a stop in turn four at the end of the first lap.

Mt. Airy, North Carolina veteran racerv Chuck Puckett chased Carr the entire distance after getting to second on lap three, but had nothing for the No. 93 machine and had to settle for the runner-up spot at the checkered flag.

USCS 600 series points leader Remeno Loyal, from Snellville, Georgia came home third after starting fifth and local Fayetteville driver Jason Brown finished fourth. K&N Filters Pole Position starter  Matt Jones had to pull off on lap four and was credited with fifth at the checkered flag.

Loyal kicked off the night by grabbing the win in the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash, his first career USCS mini sprint dash victory. Puckett took the win in the Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race.

Puckett was the provisional polesitter after scoring the most passing points in heat race action, but following a roll of six on the K&N Filters Inversion Die, Matt Jones grabbed the K&N Filters Pole Position. Puckett also passed the most cars in the main event (four) to garner the Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award.

The USCS 600 Sprint Car Series season continues on August 21 at the New Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Ga.

For rules and updated schedule information about the USCS 600 Sprint Car series please visit or call the series office at 770-460-7223 or 770-865-6097.
RESULTS: USCS 600 Sprint Car Series @ Fayetteville Motor Speedway; July 25, 2015

Hoosier Tire Speed Dash:  Remeno Loyal, Chuck Puckett, Matt Carr, Jason Brown, Matt Jones, Dale Arnold (DNS).

Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race:  Chuck Puckett, Remeno Loyal, Matt Carr, Dale Arnold, Jason Brown, Matt Jones. USCS 600 Sprint A-Main 15 laps: 

1.       #93 – Matt Carr, Gray’s Creek, NC
2.       #6 – Chuck Puckett, Mt. Airy, NC
3.       #2X – Remeno Loyal, Snellville, GA
4.       #59 – Jason Brown, Fayetteville, NC
5.       #23 – Matt Jones, Fayetteville, NC
6.       #1A – Dale Arnold, Fayetteville, NC

USCS 600 Sprint Race Awards:
Hoosier Tire Speed Dash:  #2X – Remeno Loyal
Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race:  #6 – Chuck Puckett
K&N Filters Pole Award:  #23 – Matt Jones
Bell Helmets Focus Award:  #6 – Chuck Puckett
K&N Filters Podium (3rd place) Award:  #2X – Remeno Loyal
Brown and Miller Racing Solutions Fourth Place Award:  #59 – Jason Brown
Wilwood Disc Brakes Hard Charger Award:  #6 – Chuck Puckett
Keizer Aluminum Wheels Top Five Award:  #23 – Matt Jones
Saldana Racing Products Super Sixth Award:  #1A – Dale Arnold
Jacob Seelman

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Bridges races to win in USCS Sprints @ East Lincoln
USCSBridges7.24.15Chris.jpgSTANLEY, N.C. - July 24, 2015 - The ‘Wild Child’ made his return to the top of the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters field after 15 long months on Friday night at East Lincoln Motor Speedway. 1998 series Rookie of the Year Johnny Bridges, from Cherryville, N.C. inherited the lead under a lap five caution during the 30-lap “Friday Fever” A-main, after early race leader C.J. Miller headed to the work area with front suspension problems.

Bridges then held off rookie points leader Nick Snyder, and ultimately, 11-time series champion Terry Gray over a series of restarts in the second half of the event to pick up his first win of the season and his 15th career USCS victory in the series’ inaugural visit to the tight North Carolina bullring. The trip to USCS Victory Lane was Bridges’ first since April 25, 2014 at Anderson (S.C.) Motor Speedway and made for an emotional victory lane celebration.
Coby Adams wins USCS 600s at Rast Lincoln USCS 600 Sprint Car Series
Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race: Brandon Taylor, Tim Nye, Coby Adams, Remeno Loyal, Larry Nations and Jamie Hacking. USCS 600 Sprint Car Series main event 15 laps:
1. #27 Coby Adams, Mooresville, NC
2. 07 brandon Taylor, Cumming, GA
3. 2x Remeno Loyal, Atlanta, GA
4. 42 Tim Nye, NC
5. Larry Antions, Gaffney, SC
6. 2 Jamie Hacking, NC
USCS Sprint and 600s RAINED OUT/RESCHEDULED at East Lincoln
The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars and USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints were RAINED OUT on Thursday evening at East Lincoln Speedway in Stanley, NC around 5:15pm. The same event has been RESCHEDULED for TONITE, Friday, July 24th at East Lincoln Speedway.

Pit Gates open at 4pm and at 5pm in the grandstands. The first race rolls off at 7:30pm. on FRIDAY NIGHT> For directions, etc. for East Lincoln Speedway please visit their website at or call 704-263-5347. For USCS info please visit or call 770-865-6097.
USCS returns to Fayetteville Motor Speedway SATURDAY 7/25
USCS Sprints & 600s iTHURSDAY THUNDER at East Lincoln 7/23
Skinner charges to 3rd USCS win of the weekend at Dixie Speedway
WOODSTOCK, GA – July 18, 2015 - Marshall Skinner got out the broom and swept the opening weekend of the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Southern Speedweek after committing the equivalent of high-speed robbery at Dixie Speedway on Saturday night to race into the USCS Victory Lane for the third time this season as well. Skinner, the 1999 series champion from Marion, Arkansas, stole the lead from USCS national points leader Morgan Turpen following a restart with six laps to go, holding his No. 26 Final Touch/Valvoline/DHR Suspensions sprinter wide open on the high side and never looking back after he got out front.
Skinner goes 2 in a row in USCS at Boyd’s
USCSSkinner7.17.15BoydsCHRIS.jpgRINGGOLD, Ga. - July 17, 2015 - Marshall Skinner was a man on a mission Friday night at Boyd’s Speedway.In the first appearance at the three-eighths mile clay oval since 2012 for the United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters. Skinner, from Marion, Arkansas started fifth and methodically worked his way through the lead pack, taking the lead from current USCS Southern Thunder points leader Eric Riggins Jr. on lap 14 of the 30-lap A-main and going on to make his second straight trip to the USCS Victory Lane..

The win was Skinner’s second of the 2015 season and his 27th career USCS victory, putting him one win away from tying 1998 series champion Eddie Gallagher for fifth on the all-time series win list.
Brandon Taylor sweeps USCS 600s event at Boyd’s

RINGGOLD, Ga. – Jjuly 17, 2015 - 5-year-old Brandon Taylor took the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series to school on Friday night at Boyd’s Speedway, charging late to score his second victory of the 2015 season in thrilling fashion. Not even a six-spot inversion could stop the Cumming, Ga. young gun, who charged past fellow Peach State native Bob Trapino on lap 12 of the 20-lap main event and then held a third Georgian, Mike Magic, off on a restart with four laps to go to notch his third career USCS winged mini sprint victory and first at the three-eighths mile clay oval.

The win was Taylor’s first trip back to USCS Victory Lane since the series’ season-opening weekend at Tennessee National Raceway on March 21

Marshall Skinner streaks to USCS win at Smoky Mountain Speedway
USCSSkinner7.16.15.jpgMARYVILLE, Tenn. – Marshall Skinner received a king’s welcome back to United Sprint Car Series Presented by K&N Filters USCS Victory Lane on Thursday night at Smoky Mountain Speedway. Skinner, the 1999 USCS champion, started from the K&N Filters pole position and never looked back, blasting away from three-time 2015 season winner Eric Riggins Jr. and leading all 30 laps of the “Thunder in the Smokies” A-main en route to his first series win in nearly two years.
Derek Hagar claims fourth 2015 USCS win at Batesville Motor Speedway
USCSHagar7.10.15.jpgBatesville, AR – July 10, 2015 - Derek Hagar charged to his fourth United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters main event win of 2015. In doing so, the Marion, Arkansas hot-shoe rolled into the USCS Victpry Lane for the 33rd time on Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway after the 25-lap distance at the fastest track in Arkansas and the Mid South area.

The win wasn’t an easy one, as Hagar, who started fourth in the field, chased USCS presented by K&N National point’s leader Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee for the first ten laps before racing by her to lead the rest of the distance. Turpen created a caution on lap sixteen when her #10m stopped on the racing surface with a mechanical failure rtghat she said showed up early in the race.
Kyle Beard claims USCS Mod Win during Rumble at The Ridge

PARAGOULD, Ark. – Kyle Beard parlayed a lucky break into his first-career USCS K&N Filters Outlaw Modified Series victory on Thursday night at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway. Beard inherited a front-row starting spot for the 25-lap ‘Rumble at the Ridge’ A-main, after scheduled polesitter Shawn Knuckles was unable to crank his machine due to mechanical woes, and never looked back from there – leading all 25 laps to secure the victory over defending USCS Modified champion Lucas Lee.

Hagar battles to 3rd 2015 USCS by K&N Filters win at Crowley’s Ridge
USCSHagar7.9.15.jpgPARAGOULD, AR. – July 9, 2015 - Thursday night’s rescheduled USCS ‘Rumble at the Ridge’ ended up being a clean sweep for 2013 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters champion Derek Hagar. Hagar, from nearby Marion, Ark., took the lead of the 30-lap feature event at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway away from Millersville, Missouri hot shoe Joe B. Miller on a lap 14 restart and led the rest of the distance to notch his third United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters win of the 2015 season and claim his second Glen Francis Memorial Cup trophy in the process. The win was Hagar’s 32nd career USCS victory, and his second in three years at the track (2013 and 2015), after the 24-year-old also won the Hoosier Speed Dash and the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat earlier in the night.
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