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Danny Martin, Jr. Surges to win in USCS Senoia Summer Nationals VI Final
USCSMartinDanny8.22.15.jpgSENOIA, Ga. – August 22, 2015 - Story by Jacob Seelman - Eric Riggins Jr.’s three-race winning streak in the Senoia Summer Nationals came to an end during Saturday night’s finale to the sixth running of the race, after Sarasota, Fla. veteran Danny Martin Jr. drove to the lead with six laps to go and went on to score his first-ever feature victory at the three-eighths mile bullring. The win in the 30-lap main event was Martin’s second USCS feature win of the season and the 22nd of his career. 

Martin passed Andy McElhannon’s ailing No. 42 McCord Farms sprinter exiting turn two to claim the top spot, then held off Riggins on the ensuing lap 25 restart after McElhannon came to a stop on the frontstretch with a flat left rear tire to bring out the caution flag.
Zaiontz returns to victory lane in USCS 600s at Senoia
USCS600Zaiontz8.22.15.jpgSENOIA, Ga. – August 22, 2015 - Story credit to Jacob Seelman - Bobby Zaiontz returned to his winning ways in the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series during Saturday night’s Senoia Summer Nationals VI finale feature, passing K&N Filters Pole Position starter Shane Werner on lap two of the 15-lap A-main and never looking back en route to his first USCS feature win of the year. The win was Zaiontz’s record-extending 21st career trip to Victory Lane in USCS competition, and the veteran led a sweep of the podium for his BZ House of Speed team. 

“I slacked off the last five laps last night and kinda shot myself in the foot just a bit,” Zaiontz admitted. “I didn’t mean to, but I wanted to make sure it didn’t happen again tonight and look where we’re sitting. We had a really fast car and it feels good to be back in the winner’s circle again.” 
Remeno Loyal charges to first USCS 600 Series win at Senoia
SENOIA, Ga. – August 21, 2015 - Photo credits and article to Jacob Seelman - After a season of near-misses, runner-up results and stunning strides for USCS 600 Sprint Car Series rookie Remeno Loyal, the Snellville, Ga. driver finally added a victory to his resume during Friday night’s preliminary feature at Senoia Raceway. Loyal used a huge turn four slide job to steal the lead from two-time series champion Bobby Zaiontz on lap 11 and drove off into the Georgia night, leading the final five laps of the 15-lap feature en route to his first career USCS 600 winged mini sprint victory.
Riggins streaks to three in a row at Senoia Raceway oval

SENOIA, Ga. – August 21,2015 - ( Photos credit and Story by Jacob Seelman/USCS)  - 20-year-old Charlotte, N.C. hot-shoe Eric Riggins Jr. picked up right where he left off in United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N action at the Senoia Raceway, going wire-to-wire to score his third-consecutive victory at the three-eighths mile Georgia oval on Friday night. After the original start was called back when Bob Auld sputtered to a stop in turn one, the remainder of the race was caution-free – allowing Riggins to run away from the rest of the pack.

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Derek Hagar completes USCS weekend sweep at Jackson on Saturday

 USCSHagar8.15.15.jpgBYRAM, Miss. – August 15, 2015 - Marion, Arkansas’ Derek Hagar completed his second weekend sweep of the 2015 United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N Filters season on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway, powering to a 2.123 second victory over longtime rival Tim Crawley in the 30-lap Summer Speed Xplosion.

Hagar, the 2013 USCS champion, held off Crawley in the waning laps of the main event to notch his second win of the weekend, sixth USCS victory of the season and 35th of his career. Crawley, from Benton, Ark., could not get close enough to Hagar in the closing laps to mount a charge for the win and had to settle for second.

New USCS Mid-South region points leader Marshall Skinner, out of Marion, Arkansas completed the podium finishers in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place position and Michael “Hollywood” Miller came up fourth in his Ocean Springs, Mississippi-based No. 4m car. K&N Filters pole-sitter and Nesbit, Miss. veteran Andy McElhannon rounded out the top five after having to change the motor in his No. 42 sprinter following Friday night’s main event at Greenville (Miss.) Speedway
Ronnie Vernon captures USCS Modified Speed Xplosion win at Jackson
USCSOWMVernon8.15.15 web.jpgBYRAM, Miss. – August 15, 2015 - Ronnie Vernon broke a three-year winless drought with the USCS K&N Filters Outlaw Modified Series on Saturday night after he wired the 25-lap Summer Speed Xplosion for open-wheel modifieds at the quarter-mile oval. Vernon, from Friendship, Tenn., scored his fourth career series win – and first since 2012 – by leading every lap of the A-main, coming home 1.6 seconds ahead of Jody Davidson at the twin checkers.

Davidson, from West Monroe, La., got to second with six laps to go and chased Vernon the rest of the way, but could never mount a charge to take the lead away and came home as the runner-up. Series points leader J.C. Waller, out of Arlington, Tenn. rounded out the podium finishers in third. Utica, Miss. Hot-shoe Race Taylor crossed the line fourth and Charles Sibley, out of Livingston, La., made up the balance of the top five.
Hagar races to 5th 2015 win in Palasini Classic at Greenville
USCSHagar8.14.15.jpgGreenville, MS – August 14, 2015 – United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters 2013 National champion Derek Hagar from Marion, Arkansas dueled with 2012 USCS Champion, Tim Crawley for the first half of the race, then, held off a determined Brad Bowden and raced from his K&N Filters Pole Position into the USCS Victory Lane 30 laps later in the Ellis Palasini Classic at Greenville Speedway on Friday night. The win was Hagar’s fifth USCS win of the season and thirty-fourth career win in series competition.

Bowden from Hernando, Mississippi raced under the checkers in the runner-up position after an impressive performance on the evening. Zack Pringle from Benton, Arkansas, who started fourth, followed Bowden in the K&N Filters Podium Award third place. Crawley also from Benton, Arkansas raced past the flag stand in fourth place and three-time 2015 USCS feature winner, Marshall Skinner from Marion, Arkansas rounded out the top five drivers.
Chris Moore returns to K&N USCS Modified victory lane at Greenville

GREENVILLE, Miss. – August 14, 2015 - All-time USCS K&N Filters Outlaw Modified Series wins leader Chris Moore showed why he is one of the best-ever in an open wheel modified after racing to the victory as part of Saturday night's third annual Ellis Palasini Classic at Greenville Speedway.  Moore, from Hernando, Miss., dominated the 25-lap affair, racing to a 1.718-second victory over Ronnie Vernon after starting the night from the outside pole. The win was Moore's first of the season and 16th under USCS sanction -- twice as many as the next closest competitor on the series' all-time list. Vernon, out of Friendship, Tenn., chased Moore all the way to the finish but had to settle for the runner-up honors. He was followed by series points leader J.C. Waller, from Arlington, Tenn., who padded his advantage in the standings by finishing on the podium in third.  K&N Filters pole-sitter Josh Greene, out of Paragould, Ark., fell back early but hung on for a fourth-place finish with Merrouge, Louisiana's Roger Taylor rounding out the top five.

USCS Sprints and MODS headline Palasini Classic at Greenville on Friday
Atlanta, GA – August 9,2015 - – Delta race fans get another shot of high speed entertainment when the United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi for an action-packed night of racing this Friday night (August 14th ). The USCS sprint cars are the headliners of the 3rd annual Ellis Palasini Black Widow Classic. The event honors Mississippi Delta racing legend Ellis Palasini from nearby Leland, Mississippi.

The event features two USCS racing divisions as co-headliners of the event. The exotic 700 Horsepower, 1300 pound winged open wheel machines will contest their second racing events of the 2015 season on the Gumbo clay surface of the the historic ¼ mile oval at Greenville Speedway. The K&N Filters Outlaw Modified Series will be making it’s first visit of the season to the speedway. The K&N Filters USCS Outlaw Modifieds are celebrating their 10th anniversary season.
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.”

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 East Lincoln
USCS600Adams7.24.15.jpg 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
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