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Crawley gets USCS win #82 at Lexington 104 Speedway on Saturday PDF Print E-mail

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 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,,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. ( 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 For USCS rules, updated schedules and other information, please visit the 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:

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 Media contact:

Pete Walton 770-865-6097

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Photo/Caption #1x: Tim Crawley scored his USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters career win #82 on Saturday night


At Lexington 104 Speedway. (USCS photo)

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