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Crawley leads Lucas Oil Showdown qualifying at Columbus
USCSCrawley6.23.07crop.jpgColumbus,  Mississippi – November 9, 2007 - Tim Crawley from  Benton, Arkansas in the Ward Racing McCarver Engines powered Senter Farms/CnB Mushrooms Farms/ Johnny’s Pro Auto Body #88 Maxim car lead the O’Reilly Auto Parts United Sprint Car Series www.uscsracing.com K&N Filters time trial qualifying at Columbus Speedway on Friday night with a one-lap time of 12.35 seconds around the 1/3 mile clay oval. Crawley also won the Engler Machine and Tool 10-lap qualifying race and will start on the pole of the Lucas Oil Power Dash that determines the line-up for the top six cars in the first of twin 25-lap O’Reilly USCS features on Saturday night.
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Lucas Lee leads USCS Modified qualifying at Columbus on Friday Nov. 9th
Columbus,  Mississippi – West Tennessee Young Gun, Lucas Lee from Paris, Tennessee drove his #12 Lee Racing Modified around Columbus Speedway’s tacky 3/10 mile oval in 16.29 seconds to record the fastest time in the USCS Open Wheel Modified Series www.uscsracing.com 2nd Annual Battle at the Bullring on Friday night.  Lee then raced from the pole position into victory lane of the first USCS Open Wheel Modified qualifying race for. He will also start in the pole position of Saturday night’s six-cars, six-laps USCS Open Wheel Modified Power Dash that determines the line-up for the top six cars in the 30-lap USCS Modified feature on Saturday night.    

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Newman wins USCS Open Wheel Modified Gumbo Nationals 2007 finale
Greenville, MS – November 3, 2007 - Ashley Newman from Ripley, Tennessee won the 30-lap USCS Open Wheel Modified www.uscsracing.com portion of the Gumbo Nationals 2007 at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi on Saturday night Newman picked up his first career USCS Open Wheel Modified Series win by doing it the hard way. He started in the 12th position and then steadily worked his way through the field. He took advantage of several early race cautions to move into the top five on lap four. He then passed current series points lead Shane Stephens from Memphis, Tennessee for the third position on the seventh circuit of the tacky ¼ mile Gumbo clay oval.

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Crawley wears Gumbo Nationals 2007 crown
USCSCrawleyvlane11.03.07.jpgGreenville, MS - November 3, 2007 - Tim Crawley from Benton Arkansas drove Mike Ward’s famed # 88 David McCarver powered Senter Farms/CnB Mushroom Farms/Johnny’s Pro Auto Body sponsored Maxim car into victory lane of the 40 lap O’Reilly Auto Parts United Sprint Car Series www.uscsracing.com Gumbo Nationals 2007 finale at Greenville Speedway www.greenvillespeedway.net on Saturday night. It was Crawley’s fifth O’Reilly USCS win of the season. 

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Duke Palasini leads USCS Open Wheel Modified qualifying at Gumbo Nationals

Greenville Mississippi – Duke Palasini from Leland, Mississippi led the USCS Open Wheel Modified www.uscsracing.com Pole Night event by setting fast time in time trial qualifying and finishing in second place in his USCS Open Wheel Modified qualifying race to lead the Gumbo Nationals Pole Night qualifying point standings at Greenville Speedway on Friday night. 

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Ainsworth leads O'Reilly USCS Gumbo Nationals Pole Nigh results
Greenville Mississippi – Ernie Ainsworth from Memphis Tennessee in the H&H Motorosports #94 lead the O’Reilly Auto Parts United Sprint Car Series www.uscsracing.com K&N Filters time trial qualifying and established a new all time track record at Greenville Speedway on Friday night with a one lap time of 13.82 seconds around the ¼ mile Gumbo clay oval. Amazingly it was Ainsworth’s first night in the car.
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Twin features format guarantees excitement in O'Reilly USCS Lucas Oil Showdown at Columbus 11/9-10th

Atlanta, GA – Double sprint car features guarantee the fans lots of excitement during the 2007 O'Reilly Auto Parts United Sprint Car Series Lucas Oil Showdown and 2nd Annual "Battle at the Bullring" at Columbus Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi scheduled for November 9th and 10th. O'Reilly USCS Founder and President, Pete Walton said, "The Lucas Oil Showdown event features one of the most unique if not the most exciting sprint car racing format of the season for both the fan and racers”.

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O'Reilly USCS adds GUMBO Nationals at Greenville November 2-3
Atlanta, GA - Septmber 28, 2007 - The GUMBO Nationals 2007 is scheduled for Friday, November 2nd and Saturday, November 3rd at Greenville Speedway (www.greenvillespeedway.net) in Greenville, Mississippi. The event at the 1/4 mile oval located in the Mississippi Delta with a sticky black gumbo racing surface will feature as headliners a 40-Lap $3500+ to win O'Reilly United Sprint Car Series (www.uscsracing.com) Championship main event and a $1500+ to win 30-lap USCS Open Wheel Modified Championship feature.

 
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Gray wins O'Reilly USCS Thriller at Greenville Speedway
USCSGray9.15.07.jpgSeptember 15, 2007 - Greenville, MS – Defending O’Reilly USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee won a thriller in the 30-lap O’Reilly United Sprint Car Series feature race at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, Mississippi on Saturday night. Gray chased rising O’Reilly USCS star Bryce Vowan from Forrest City, Arkansas for 29 and ¾ laps then made a daring move midway through the final turn of the race around the outside of Vowan and raced the final 100 or so yards to victory lane for his ninth series win of the season. 

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Gray grabs O'Reilly USCS Sunday Speed Spectacular loot at Camden Speedway
September 2nd, 2007 - Camden, Tennessee – Defending O’Reilly USCS Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee inherited the lead from the 2002 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame 360 Driver of the Year, Tim Crawley while under caution on lap 14 and went on to lead the final sixteen laps race of the 30-lap Sunday Speed Spectacular at Camden Speedway to pocket the $2000 first place money. It was Gray’s eighth O’Reilly USCS win of the 2007 season. On lap fourteen while under caution, Crawley’s motor stalled and the Benton, Arkansas driver was sent to the rear of the field.
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Trey Robb claims fifth O'Reilly USCS win of the season

September 01,2007
Braselton, GA. (September 1, 2007) – Fifteen year-old Trey Robb from Newcastle, Oklahoma captured his fifth career O’Reilly United Sprint Car Series feature while sweeping Saturday night's O’Reilly USCS Asphalt Thunder Tour event at Lanier National Speedway.

Robb set fast time and then won both the Lucas Oil Power Dash and the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat Race. The teenager then fought off challenges through lap twenty-two from defending series Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee. The four car lead pack battle also included veteran Doug Day from Winder, Georgia and English road racing transplant Adam Jackson from Birmingham, England.

 

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Gray gets seventh O'Reilly USCS win at Clayhill Motorsports

August 18,2007
Atwood, Tennessee – Defending O’Reilly United Sprint Car Series Champion and current points leader, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee drove his own Rislone #10 /Wesmar Powered/J and J Auto racing sprint to victory in the 30-lap O’Reilly USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour main event at Clayhill Motorsports on Saturday night. Gray inherited the lead from the previous night’s winner, Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas on lap fifteen. Crawley dropped out of the event with a suspension failure.

After winning the Engler Machine and Tool First Heat race Tim Crawley drew a six inversion in the K&N Filters Pole Draw placing him on the outside of the third row in the feature race line-up grid.. Inside of Crawley in row three was the Butlerbuilt Second Heat winner Marshall Skinner from West Memphis, Arkansas. Just in front of them in the second row were eighteen year-old O’Reilly USCS Rookie of the Year point leader Don Young from Bartlett, Tennessee on the outside and Forrest City, Arkansas’ Bryce Vowan inside. On the pole was Wade Oliver from Southaven, Mississippi with six-time 2007 feature winner, Terry Gray on the outside of the front row.

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Crawley sets new track record and wins O'Reilly USCS Mid-South Thunder race at Malden Speedway.

August 17,2007
Malden, MO -Tim Crawley from Benton, Arkansas won the 25-lap O'Reilly United Sprint Car Series www.uscsracing.com Mid South Thunder race Friday night at Malden Speedway in Malden, Missouri. It was only Crawley's second visit ever to the Malden Speedway, but he made the most of it by also setting a new all-time one-lap track record in time trials. Crawley drove the Ward Racing #88 around the 3/8 mile clay oval in just 13.258 seconds eclipsing the old mark of 13.336 set by Kenny Adams from Malabar, Florida on September 21, 2001.

Crawley started on the pole of the A-Main after Engler Machine and Tool First Heat winner, Jerrod Hull from Sikeston, Missouri drew a zero inversion in the K&N Filters Pole draw. This placed Crawley, on the pole with second quick qualifier and Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee on the outside of the front row. Gray was carrying a two-race win streak at the track into this event. Crawley grabbed the lead exiting turn two of lap one and started his march to the pay window for the winner's share leaving Gray and the balance of the field were left to battle for the runner-up spot.

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Gray Pockets $2800 in O'Reilly USCS Dixie Speedway Sprint Car Nationals.
August 4,2007
Woodstock, GA – Defending O’Reilly USCS National Champion, Terry Gray from Bartlett, Tennessee ran his 2007 series feature win total to six by winning the 8th annual Dixie Sprint Car Nationals main event Saturday night at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia. Gray led every lap of the finale before one of the largest crowds to ever watch a sprint car race at the famed and historic challenging 3/8 mile D-shaped track. Gray took home a hefty $2800 paycheck for his efforts on the evening for his fourth career win at the speedway. He also won the Lucas Oil Power Dash and finishing second in the Butlerbuilt Second Heat race.

Gray’s fortunes for the evening continued when Engler Machine and Tool First Heat winner Daryl Smith from Riverview, Florida drew a four in the K&N filters Pole Award drawing. This inverted Smith who was the 2006 East Bay Raceway track Champion to the outside of the second-row for the main event and for the start of the feature race and placed Gray, a five-time series Champion, on the pole with second-year Chattanooga, Tennessee sprint car driver Shane Nelson to his right

 

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