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Snyder raced to USCS “Rookie of the Year”.
USCSSnyderRookie2015.jpgAtlanta, GA - December 5, 2015 - 16 year-old Nick Snyder from Marco Island, Florida raced his way into the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters history books during the 2015 season by becoming one of the youngest drivers to ever make a trip to the USCS Victory Lane after scoring a win in a USCS main event during their rookie year. Snyder finished third in the USCS National point standings en-route to claiming the series “Rookie of the Year” honors during a successful first season competing with the series. Snyder also claimed Fourth place honors in both the USCS Mid South Thunder and USCS Southern Thunder regional series Championships as well.
Engler injectors power 70% of USCS winners + Champions
EnglerlogoCOMP.gifAtlanta, GA - December 21, 2015 - Engler Machine and Tool fuel injectors powered eleven of the top fifteen United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters drivers to the top echelon in the USCS National point standings during the 2015 season including first time National Champion, Morgan Turpen and 2015 series runner-up and eleven-time USCS National Champion, Terry Gray. Additionally 70% of the time seven different drivers used Engler fuel injectors to win twenty- two of the thirty-one USCS sprint car main events. Six of the top xeven drivers in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series point standings also all used Engler fuel injection. The top four finishers in the USCS Mid South Thunder regional standings all used Engler Machine and Tool fuel injection systems. 

Twenty-two year-old female sprint car hot-shoe Morgan Turpen’s 2015 title run included a trip to the www.rockauto.comUSCS Victory Lane after a main event win ay Harris Motor Speedway. That ran her career USCS win total to seven.
Morgan Turpen swept the 2015 USCS National and regional titles.
USCSTurpenChamp2015.jpgAtlanta, GA - November 26, 2015 - 22 year-old Morgan Turpen from Cordova, Tennessee made United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters history during the 31-event 2015 season by becoming the first woman to win the series National Championship. To put an exclamation point on the accomplishment, she got out the broom and swept all three available USCS division titles including the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour National Championship, the USCS Mid South Thunder Tour and USCS Southern Thunder Tour regional series Championships as well. 

Turpen has competed with the United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters full time since the 2010 season when she earned the USCS National Rookie of the Year honors. According to the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 2014 North American Driver of the Year poll for winged 360 sprint cars, she was the top ranked female winged sprint car driver in North America for last season. Turpen was the only female driver to receive votes among only 32 drivers out of several thousand considered who received multiple votes in that poll.

Crawley captures USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour Fall Nationals season finale at Riverside Speedway
USCSCrawley11.14.15.jpgWEST MEMPHIS, Ark. – November 14, 2015 - Benton, Arkansas’ Tim Crawley closed the 2015 United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N Filters season with a dominating performance on Saturday night and a trip to USCS Victory Lane after leading 35 of the 40 laps in the K&N Filters Fall Nationals 40 at Riverside International Speedway en route to his fifth USCS series win of the season. Crawley passed Cordova, Tennessee’s Morgan Turpen on lap six and led the rest of the way for his 76th career victory in USCS 360 sprint car competition. 

“I saw that Sammy [Swindell] had gotten up to second and, you know, Sammy’s Sammy,” Crawley smiled USCS Victory Lane. “I got my elbows up [on the final restart] and told myself I was gonna make him earn it – and we did that tonight.” 

“This was the best this track has been in a long time,” Crawley added, referencing the quarter-mile gumbo-clay oval at RIS. “It was racy, and I was really happy tonight. Really great – I want to thank Mike Ward and all the guys on this crew for always doing a great job for me; it’s great to close out the season with a win for them.”
Casey Findley race to 1st K&N USCS MOD win @ Riverside

WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. – November 14, 2015 - Bryant, Arkansas’ veteran Casey Findley led 24 of 25 laps on Saturday night to win the K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modified Series portion of the USCS Fall Nationals at Riverside International Speedway. While the box score may not show it, he had to work hard for the victory in the final laps. 

Working through slower traffic with three laps remaining, all-time series wins leader Chris Moore charged up the outside exiting turn two to take the lead on lap 23, but Moore got hung up by the No. 5P machine of Chanley Purtleman on the penultimate lap in almost the exact same spot – allowing Findley to motor back inside of him and power home to the checkered flag. 

Noah Burlison scores huge USCS 600 win in USCS Fall Nationals at Riverside
USCS600Burlison11.14.15.jpgWEST MEMPHIS, Ark. – November 14, 2015 - “Are you kidding me?” Those were the first words out of Malvern, Arkansas’ young gun Noah Burlison’s mouth as he pulled into USCS Victory Lane on Saturday night at Riverside International Speedway, unable to believe what he had just accomplished. 

Burlison used a stunning all-or-nothing slide job to wrest the lead away from Kyle Carpenter in the final corner of the final lap of the mini sprint portion of the USCS Fall Nationals, winning a drag race to the line with the Baldwyn, Mississippi driver to score his first career USCS 600 Sprint Series victory.The win came in Burlison’s second-career series start and just his second-ever start in a mini sprint race at Riverside, making for an emotional celebration for the talented teenager.
Sammy Swindell enters USCS Fall Nationals @ Riverside NOV 14th
SammySwindellheadhotHelmet.jpgSwindell Entering USCS Fall Nationals at Riverside International Speedway 
(Photo by DB3 Imaging) 

Inside Line Promotions – GERMANTOWN, Tenn. (Nov. 3, 2015) – Sammy Swindell will invade Riverside International Speedway later this month for the first time since 2009. 

Swindell will drive for A.G. Rains during the USCS Fall Nationals, which will be held Nov. 13-14 at the quarter-mile oval in West Memphis, Ark. The event will also be the site of a fundraiser for Swindell’s son, Kevin, who was severely injured during a sprint car crash in August.

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.

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