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REVISED USCS Fall Nationals SAT. NOV. 14th
USCS Fall Nationals REVISED to ONE DAY Event SAT. NOV. 14th
Due to wet grounds, the USCS Fall Nationals event at Riverside Int. Speedway in West Memphis, AR has been revised to a ONE DAY event. The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars will now contest a 40-lap $3000 to win main event in their Championship finale.Full details will be released later tonite on and on here. 

United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters pre-entered and expected entries @Riverside Int. Speedway for the "USCS Fall Nationals" on Saturrday, November 14, 2015: 

1. 1 - Eddie Gallagher, Olive Branch, MS - Past USCS National Champion 
2. 3 - Sammy Swindell, Germantown, TN - 3x WOO Champion 5x Chilli Bowl Champion 
3. 3ag - A.G. Rains, West Memphis, AR - Past Riverside and I-30 Speedway Champion 
4. 3B Brad Greer, Coulterville, IL 
5. 5T - Bubba Lofton, Cordova, TN 
6. #6 - Justin Carver, Millington, TN 
7. 8z - Zack Pringle, Benton, AR - 
8. #9 - Derek Hagar, Marion, AR - 2013 USCS National Champion 
9. #10 - Terry Gray, Bartlett, TN the 2014 and 11x USCS National Champion 
10. #10M - Morgan Turpen, Cordova, TN - Current USCS National points leader 
11. #14 - Jordon Mallett, Greenbrier, AR - 2011 USC Rookie of the Year 
12. #16 - Anthony Nicholson, Bartlett, TN - 2008 USCS Rookie of Year 6x 2014 winner

Kevin Swindell benefit at Riverside Friday and Saturday
KevinSwindellJPEG.jpgAtlanta, GA – November 10, 2015 – The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters and historic Riverside International Speedway host a benefit event for the recovery of Kevin Swindell on Friday and Saturday (November 13th and 14th) during the series 6th annual USCS Fall Nationals event at the famed 1/4 mile Gumbo clay oval just across the Mississippi River from Memphis in West Memphis, Arkansas. Several fund raising activities are in place for the event to help raise money to assist in Kevin Swindell's recovery expenses including a silent auction of items that have been and being still gathered.
Floridian Dirk Miller Bags Cherokee Speedway USCS 600 Victory
Gaffney, South Carolina. - October 31, 2015 - Mini sprint veteran Dirk Miller made a last-minute, eight-hour haul from Sanford, Florida. pay off with a trip to USCS Victory Lane on Saturday night at Cherokee Speedway. 

Miller started from the K&N Filters Pole Position and led every circuit of a caution-free, 15-lap A-main to score his second-career USCS 600 Sprint Car Series victory and first of the season in the Todd’s Tomatoes and Produce Farms No. 68. 

“How about that?” Miller smiled after climbing from his car. “This was a great night. We came up here tonight after running at Bubba Raceway Park last night and couldn’t have hoped for a better result. For the Todd’s Motorsports cars to finish one-two after the straight shot up here is really cool – we love racing with the USCS when we can and we’re glad to be back up here again.”
Coby Adams Sweeps USCS 600 Stops at Carolina Speedway in 2015

GASTONIA, N.C. – October 30, 2015 - Chris Seelman photo - Coby Adams completed a sweep of the 2015 USCS 600 Sprint Series events at Carolina Speedway on Friday night, driving past Brandon Taylor into the lead with three laps to go and never looking back en route to a win in front of his hometown crowd. 

The win in the Destiny Stafford Memorial Race was Adams’ series-leading fourth of the season at the controls of the J Bright Racing No. 25, his second-straight at Carolina and fifth-career in USCS competition.
Starks streaks to 2nd USCS Sprint win in two weeks at Cherokee Speedway

GAFFNEY, S.C. – October 31, 2015 – Photo by Madison Mabry - “I could get used to Saturday night lights!” Those were the enthusiastic words of 19-year-old Puyallup, Wash. young gun Trey Starks, who powered away from the K&N Filters Pole Position and led Saturday night’s 30-lap USCS “Speed Spooktacular” flag-to-flag to capture his second United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters win of the 2015 season in dominating fashion. 

The second stop in the USCS Victory Lane of Starks’ career came after he finished second to Altoona, Iowa veteran Terry McCarl on Friday night at Carolina Speedway, setting up a role reversal when McCarl ran second to Starks in a battle of two drivers who had never run either track before.

T-Mac Claims Carolina Speedway Glory; Wins Night One of North-South Shootout
USCSMcCarl10.30.15_ChrisCOMP.jpgGASTONIA, N.C. – October 30, 2015 - Chris Seelman photo - After a 14-year absence, Altoona, Iowa veteran Terry McCarl made his return to the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters a winning one Friday night at Carolina Speedway. 

In his first attempt at the four-tenths mile oval, McCarl started from the K&N Filters pole position and weathered both traffic and a crash-riddled A-main to take the victory on night one of the rescheduled third annual North/South Shootout, leading every lap in his No. 24 Country Builders Construction/Snow Plow Snow Pushers machine and driving away from 19-year-old Trey Starks on a final five lap dash to the checkered flag. 

USCS North South Shootout Final at Cherokee on Saturday
USCS North vs. South Round #1 at Carolina FRIDAY
Robbie Smith collects USCS FMSA 600s $1000 at Bubba Raceway Park
USCS600SmithRobbie10.17.15.jpgOcala, Fla. – October 17, 2015 - After finishing second during Friday’s Florida State Championship preliminary main event at Bubba Raceway Park, Ocala, Fla. young gun Robbie Smith made sure there was no doubt who the fastest mini-sprint was in town on finale night. 

Smith, who started the A-main from 14th, wrestled the top spot away from Shreve, Ohio hot-shoe Trevor Baker on a lap 17 restart and drove into the Florida night, gapping the field by a near-straightaway over the final eight laps en route to his first-career USCS 600 Sprint Series win Saturday night in the Todd’s Tomatoes and Produce Farms 25 at the three-eighths mile clay oval.
Trey Starks wins USCS Florida Final at Bubbba Raceway Park
USCSStarks10.17.15.jpgOcala, Fla. - Saturday, October 17,2015 - (Chris Seelman photo)- At one point in Saturday night’s 30-lap finale to the United Sprint Car Series Florida State Championships at Bubba Raceway Park it appeared as if home state driver Danny Martin Jr. was going to walk off with a weekend sweep. 

However, circumstances got in the way – and opened the door for a first-time United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters winner
Danny Martin Makes Florida Homecoming Sweet With Win in USCS Stop at Bubba Raceway Park
USCSMartin10.16.15Chris.jpgOcala, Fla. – October 16, 2015 - Photo by Chris Seelman -In the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters’ debut on the dirt at Bubba Raceway Park, it was home state driver Danny Martin Jr. carrying the victory laurels Friday night. 

Martin, a three-time USCS national championship runner-up from Sarasota, Fla., charged past Charlotte, N.C. young gun and K&N Filters polesitter Eric Riggins Jr. on lap four of the 25-lap Florida State Championship preliminary night A-main and held the lead for the remainder of the distance, darting in and out of traffic and away from the field to score his third USCS feature win of the 2015 season.
Robby Hoffmann Scores Maiden USCS 600 Win at Bubba Raceway Park
USCS600Hoffman10.16.15.jpgOcala, Fla. – October 10, 2015 - photo credit Chris Seelman - The USCS 600 Sprint Series’ first-ever trip to the state of Florida ended with a Sunshine State driver standing in the winner’s circle. 

Reigning Florida Mini Sprint Association (FMSA) champion Robby Hoffmann, from Lithia, Fla., powered around the outside of K&N Filters polesitter Gavin Thomas on a lap two restart and drove into the Florida night, leading the remainder of the 20-lap distance to score his first USCS-sanctioned victory in the mini-sprint portion of Friday night’s Florida State Championship preliminary. The race was co-sanctioned by FMSA. 
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