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USCS Set For Needmore Doubleheader

USCS Set For Needmore Doubleheader


The United Sprint Motorcar Sequence Outlaw Thunder Tour offered by Okay&N Filters will invade Needmore Speedway for the inaugural USCS Georgia Sprint Automobile or truck Wintertime Nationals Friday and Saturday. (David Sink picture)

NORMAN PARK, Ga. — The United Dash Automobile Assortment Outlaw Thunder Tour provided by Okay&N Filters invades Needmore Speedway for the inaugural USCS Georgia Sprint Automobile Winter Nationals Friday and Saturday. 

These two nights of USCS winged dash automobile or truck racing motion that can be rounds 3 and 4 of the 12-race fifth annual USCS Winter Warmth Sequence. Each occasions shall be broadcast reside by Velocity Sport affiliate, Dust2Media.tv.

The USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour sprint automobiles will contest a end racing format reminiscent of examination-and-tune scorching laps, qualifying warmth races, the USCS Hoosier Tire Velocity Sprint for one of the best 6 vehicles after the qualifying heats and sprint motorized vehicle main event(s) on every evenings. 

The late mannequin and stock automobile or truck divisions may also complete a complete racing construction like main features each single night.   

Previous weekend at Hendry County Motorsports Park a proficient self-discipline of entries from 11 states, Australia, Canada and England competed within the USCS winged sprint autos. Numerous of those exact same drivers shall be within the discipline at Needmore Speedway 

Two Nationwide Dash Vehicle Corridor of Famers main the entry guidelines for the Georgia-centered United Dash Automobile Assortment. Folks entries are 13-time USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winner Terry Gray, who shall be inducted into the Countrywide Dash Vehicle Corridor of Fame in June. 

The opposite is the 2021 USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winner Danny Smith, who was a 2015 inductee into the Nationwide Dash Motorcar Hall of Fame. 

The to begin with two USCS Wintertime Warmth Assortment conditions at Hendry County ended up gained by Davie Franek and Mark Smith. 

 

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