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Nicholson gets redemption in USCS sprints @Tri County

BRASSTOWN, N.C. - September 1, 2014 - Anthony Nicholson, the 2008 USCS Rookie of the Year from Bartlett, Tennessee, stormed around the outside of K&N Filters pole-sitter Michael Miller on the opening lap of Monday night’s 30-lap “Thunder in the Mountains” Labor Day Classic A-main and never looked back, wiring the field en route to his fourth USCS victory of 2014 at Ray Cook’s Tri County Race Track. The win was Nicholson’s eighth career USCS feature win and fourth of the 2014 season.

The victory also redeemed Nicholson for being passed by 10-time series National Champion Terry Gray at the same race track where he lost the battle inside of four laps to go seeking his first series win during his rookie year in 2008. Nicholson has now doubled his career series win total this season from four to eight.

“This is a little bit of redemption,” Nicholson said in USCS Victory Lane. “When I got out front there on the start I wasn’t letting anyone back past me tonight. We rebuilt the entire front end of this car last night and this shows how hard my dad and the crew worked because we’re sitting here celebrating right now.”

Miller charges to USCS Sunday of Speed win at Toccoa Speedway
USCSMillervlane8.31.14.jpgTOCCOA, Ga. – Sunday, August 31, 2014 - 2000 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters Rookie of the Year, Michael “Hollywood” Miller, from Ocean Springs, Mississippi blew past K&N Filters Pole Position starter Collin Cabre from Thonotosassa, Florida on the opening lap of the “Sunday of Speed” 30-lap A-main at Toccoa Speedway on Sunday night then dominated the event while surviving two late race re-starts for the win. The win was Miller’s career-fourth USCS feature win and his first since he won the prestigious Randy Helton Memorial at East Alabama Motor Speedway.

“Priceless,” a near-speechless Miller said in USCS Victory Lane. “It kind of blows me away, how good this car was tonight. We struggled a little bit early, but buckled down at the trailer and you know, I wasn’t real wound up like I normally am,” Miller laughed. “I wasn’t real pumped up and going, going, going but I kept thinking about the top! Anyone that has seen me race knows that’s where I like to run and it paid off tonight.”
Magic sweeps USCS 600s @Toccoa
USCS600Magic8.31.14.jpgTOCCOA, GA – Sunday, August 31, 2014 - Instead of a wand, Winder, Georgia veteran and home state driver Mike Magic brought out the broom and scored a clean sweep during Sunday night’s USCS 600 Sprint Series 20-lap feature event at Toccoa Speedway. Magic inherited the lead at lap 11 after race leaders Matt McCullough and Kyle Amerson crashed in turn 2 and never looked back en route to the 3rd annual “Sunday of Speed” event win. The victory was Magic’s second USCS win of the 2014 season and his career-fourth USCS 600 Sprint Car Series victory, He kicked off the night by grabbing the win in the Hoosier Tire Speed Dash and then took the win in the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat as well.

“This was completely unexpected; we didn’t have the fastest car tonight and we don’t always have the fastest car compared to some of these guys who can stand on it down the straightaway, but you know – sometimes its better to be lucky than good,” a stunned Magic said in USCS Victory Lane. “Tonight we had that luck and it got us a big win. I couldn’t be more proud of my guys; there aren’t a lot of us and it’s tough sometimes, but we did it tonight.”
Eric Riggins charges to first 2014 USCS win at Harris
USCSRiggins8.30.14.jpgRUTHERFORDTON, N.C. - August 30, 2014 - The entire 2014 season for 18-year-old Eric Riggins Jr. has been a story of “coulda, woulda, shoulda”. Saturday night, after many close calls and missed opportunities, the home state favorite got it done. Riggins, from nearby Charlotte, North Carolina, slipped around K&N Filters Pole Position starter Lance Moss on lap six of Saturday’s United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters “Sprint Car Wars” 30-lap A-main at Harris Speedway and powered away from the field. Riggins sliced through lapped traffic in a caution-free feature event en route to his first USCS victory lane stop since October of 2013 at Cherokee Speedway. The win was Riggins’ sixth career USCS feature victory and the fifth for the Carolina-area racer in front of his home state fans.

“This feels good, it’s been a long time coming this year,” a jubilant Riggins said in USCS Victory Lane. “We’ve only run about 15 times this year but we’ve had about six of these races we should have won and just couldn’t seal it for one reason or another. To finally break through tonight in front of the Carolina crowd; I love winning at home and I hope we can get a few more of them now that we finally got this monkey off our back.”
McCullough rolls into USCS 600 vlane at Harris
USCS600McCullough8.30.14.jpgRUTHERFORDTON, N.C. – August 30, 2014 - Before Saturday night, Matt McCullough had only won in the USCS 600 Sprint Series at one race track. Now, he can say he’s crossed another track off the checklist. McCullough, from Atlanta, Georgia, blasted away from the K&N Filters Pole Position and dominated Saturday’s 15-lap A-main as part of the inaugural Harris Speedway “Sprint Car Wars”, running away from Kyle Amerson in a caution-free feature to grab his third career USCS micro sprint victory. McCullough’s prior two USCS feature wins came at the East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City, Alabama.

“This is really a surprise; I feel like we should have won last week because we had the fastest car, but just had circumstances work against us,” McCullough said in Victory Lane. “Tonight I don’t think we necessarily had the fastest car, we just got lucky. That’s part of it sometimes though, it’s cool to finally win one (outside of Phenix City) and I’ll certainly take it.”
Aguilar battles to win in USCS Road to Atlanta Finale at AMS
USCSAguilar8.29.14.jpgAugust 29, 2014 - HAMPTON, Ga. – The hotter the summer has gotten, the hotter Joey Aguilar has been on the race track. Aguilar, nicknamed “The Ace” for his cool head behind the wheel and stellar record in sprint car competition, blasted away from the K&N Filters Pole Position and masterfully diced through lapped traffic en route to his third United Sprint Car Series presented ed by K&N Filters victory of the season during Friday night’s 2nd annual Wind Creek Casino/Hotel Wetumpka Sprint Car Shootout 50-lap A-main at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

The race, contested on the quarter-mile “Thunder Ring” oval built into the Speedway’s front stretch, took place under the lights following NASCAR Sprint Cup Series qualifying and served as the finale to the 2014 USCS “Road to Atlanta” Asphalt Thunder Tour pavement mini-series. Aguilar, a Tampa, Florida native, started on the pole but had to endure five cautions and several dicey restarts before pulling away during the stretch run to claim an emotional and hard-fought victory.

“Man, let me tell you, last Saturday (our car owner) pulled the car that we won the two most recent USCS pavement races (at Anderson, S.C.) with and we didn’t even think we were going to be able to race this weekend,” a choked-up Aguilar said in USCS Victory Lane. “This crew though, they pulled this car, the “Silver Bullet” we call it, out of mothballs and put it together in four days – and look where we are now.

Aguilar said the win was a surreal moment and one that would stick with him for years to come.
“This is unbelievable; it’s by far the biggest win of my career. Thanks to Atlanta Motor Speedway, the fans and the USCS for putting this show on. I don’t even know what to say. Wow.”
Turpen leads USCS into Road to Atlanta FINAL at AMS on FRIDAY



Atlanta, GA – August 28, 2014 – Ten drivers have earned a guaranteed provisional starting position for the 50-lap main event at the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters AMS Sprint Car Shootout at Atlanta Motor Speedway on Friday, August 29th. Those ten drivers did so by finishing in the top ten positions in the four race USCS “Road to Atlanta” paved track series. An additional twelve competitors and all twenty-two starting positions for the Championship final will be decided during an afternoon qualifying session on that race day (Friday, August 29, 2014). Twenty-one year-old female USCS sprint car star Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee finished at the top of the USCS “Road to Atlanta” standings after she collected a win plus two third place and one fourth place finishes in the four events.

Hagar charges to 8th 2014 USCS win at Dixie
WOODSTOCK, GA – August 23, 2014 - It doesn’t matter what he climbs into in 2014, Derek Hagar just keeps on rolling. Hagar, the defending United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National champion from Marion, Arkansas, slipped by 2008 series Rookie of the Year Anthony Nicholson with six laps to go during Saturday night’s Dixie Sprint Car Nationals 25-lap A-main and pulled away over the final stretch to claim his eighth USCS feature victory of the 2014 season. The win was Hagar’s 29th career trip to USCS Victory Lane and his second consecutive series triumph after also winning last weekend at Clayhill Motorsports in Atwood, Tennessee.

“We got close to (Anthony) there early with lapped traffic, just couldn’t make anything happen at that point – the track was pretty much around the bottom, but after the restart, he slipped up and I saw my window of opportunity and just took it,” Hagar said following the event. “We’ve been pretty dominant on this tour in 2014, even though we’re not chasing the championship again, but there’s more opportunities coming for us and I’m just thankful for everyone who’s helped me get to this point. I’m having a lot of fun.”
Shawn Nelson streaks to career-first USCS 600 win at Dixie
WOODSTOCK, GA - August 23, 2014 - Dixie Speedway is billed as the “Home of the Champions”. After Saturday night’s USCS 600 Sprint Series feature, Shawn Nelson would agree. Nelson, from Ooltewah, Tennessee, certainly felt like a champion after he blasted away from the K&N Filters Pole Position and turned back repeated challenges from Florida Mini Sprint Association veteran David Hall to score his first-career USCS-sanctioned micro sprint victory during the 600 Sprint Series portion of the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals.

Nelson had to endure four caution flags en route to the victory, including two on lap 3 when Chris Openshaw first climbed the wall in turn 2 and slowed down the backstretch, and then national points leader Sean Hosey spun in turn 2 on the ensuing restart after hitting the restart cone.
USCS Outlaw Sprint Cars and Late Models Headline Dixie Speedway Racing Saturday




Woodstock, GA – August 18, 2014 - The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars along with the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints invade historic Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia for the Dixie Sprint Car Nationals 2014 on this Saturday, August 23rd at 7:00 pm.

The event is expected to draw drivers from at least seven states and awards National, Southern and Mid South regional series points in each division. Past series Champions from each of the USCS series are entered as well as the region’s top drivers. The 2013 USCS National Champion Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas won the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour main event last August at Dixie Speedway and expected to be amomg the entries on Saturday.

Hagar wins duel for USCS Clayhill Clash Cash on Saturday
USCShagar8.16.14.jpgATWOOD, TN – August 16, 2014 - On Saturday night at Clayhill Motorsports, the Derek Hagar and Tim Crawley Show in United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters competition continued. Hagar, the defending USCS champion from Marion, Arkansas, started seventh but quickly marched forward, snatching the lead from K&N Filters Pole Position starter Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee on lap 5 of the 9th annual “Clayhill Clash” 30-lap A-main and never looked back from there en route to the USCS Victory Lane. Hagar had to hold off 2012 USCS National sprint car champion Tim Crawley, from Benton, Arkansas in a fierce wheel-to-wheel duel over the closing laps the for the $2000 payday and his seventh USCS victory of the 2014 season.

The victory lane stop was his first since mid-June at East Alabama Motor Speedway in the annual Randy Helton Memorial. The victory was also Hagar’s 28th career USCS feature win, which is fourth on the all-time list behind only Tim Crawley, Terry Gray and Kenny Adams.
NEXT STOP! Clayhill Clash Saturday 8/16

Brandon Taylor charges to career-first USCS 600 win at Duck River
USCS600Taylor8.9.2014.jpg(Chris Seelman photo) LEWISBURG, TN – Get out the broom and start the party, because Saturday night in Tennessee, 14-year-old Brandon Taylor showed the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series what a clean sweep was all about. Taylor, the 2013 USCS 600 Rookie of the Year, shot from third to the lead on a lap four restart, diving underneath veteran Bob “the Bullet” Trapino from Alpharetta, Georgia in turn 3 and never looking back from there en route to a historic first USCS-sanctioned win and first-ever win in a micro sprint.

The young pilot from Cumming, Georgia became the second-youngest driver in the history of the USCS 600 division to win a points-paying event (behind only Taylor Tidmore) after also winning the Hoosier Speed Dash and the Engler Machine and Tool Heat Race to start the night. “This is amazing,” an ecstatic Taylor expressed in Victory Lane. “I’ve led some laps at Dixie Speedway (in Georgia) but never been close to winning one until tonight. This car was just on rails tonight. I can’t even put this into words, it’s unbelievable.”
Nicholson cashes in for 3rd 2014 USCS win at Duck River
USCSNicholson8.9.14.jpgChris Seelman photo - LEWISBURG, TN – August 9, 2014 - Anthony Nicholson is making a habit of holding off seasoned veterans to win races. Nicholson, the 2008 United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Rookie of the Year from Bartlett, Tennessee, rocketed out to the early lead from the K&N Filters Pole Position and then held 10-time series champion Terry Gray off in traffic to win Saturday night’s 25-lap Duel at the Duck A-main at Duck River Raceway Park, leading every lap of the caution-free feature in the process of reaching the USCS Victory Lane for the $2000 payday..
The victory was Nicholson’s third USCS win of the season, the most he has ever had in a single year on the tour, as well as his seventh career USCS triumph all-time. “We had ran up top all night long and kept watching, kept watching, kept watching and the late models just knocked (the top) off. On the start of the race, we hit the bottom and the car didn’t feel real good down there, but it worked out for the best and we’re in Victory Lane so I can’t complain too much,” Nicholson explained in USCS Victory Lane after the race.
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