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It’s All Hagar In Tennessee

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Saturday night at Clayhill Motorsports, the Derek Hagar and Tim Crawley Show in the United Sprint Car Series continued.

Nicholson Takes Control Of Duck River

Anthony Nicholson in victory lane after his victory in Saturday's United Sprint Car Series race at Duck River Raceway Park. (Chris Seelman Photo)

Anthony Nicholson is making a habit of holding off seasoned veterans to win races.

Crawley Back On Top In USCS Sprints

Tim Crawley in victory lane at Greenville (Miss.) Speedway. (Jacob Seelman photo)

One night after he was outrun at one of his best race tracks, Tim Crawley put himself back on top

Nicholson Stops Crawley At Greenville

Anthony Nicholson (Jacob Seelman photo)

Normally Anthony Nicholson is “the Shark” in United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N competition, but Friday night at Greenville Speedway, he became “the Exterminator.”

Aguilar Keeps Rolling In USCS

Joey Aguilar won Saturday's USCS sprint car feature at Anderson Motor Speedway. (Jacob Seelman photo)

In poker, a pair might be the worst hand, but for Joey “The Ace” Aguilar, a pair was exactly what he was looking for at Anderson Motor Speedway

Aguilar Dealt Winning Hand At Anderson

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Joey Aguilar arrived at Anderson Motor Speedway Friday afternoon ready to compete with the United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N and he ended up being dealt the winning cards.

Reed Proving Adversity Is Just A Word

Ryan Reed will pull double duty at Watkins Glen Int'l this weekend. (HHP/Gregg Ellman Photo)

When a racer is told they will never be able to race again, you instantly think that’s the end of the story.

USCS At Boyd’s Rained Out

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Due to consistent early morning showers and a forecast for continued rain through the night, tonight’s United Sprint Car Series filtercharged by K&N and USCS www.rockauto.com 600 Sprint Series double at Boyd’s Speedway as part of Sprint Car Wars VI has been cancelled.

Gray Ends Lengthy Dry Spell At Lavonia

Terry Gray ended a two-month dry spell by winning Thursday's USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour event at Lavonia Speedway in Georgia. (Chris Seelman Photo)

You can never keep a champion down for long and on Thursday night wily veteran Terry Gray proved why.

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