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A mixture of racing fuel & alcohol burning race cars filled the air Saturday night at Harris Speedway! Well over 100 race cars & a huge crowd were on hand at the facility for eleven great divisions of racing! USCS/360 Sprint Cars & 600/Micro Sprints headlined the evening! These two series brought around forty cars, along with 100 more cars in Harris Speedway's regular divisions!
Before Saturday night, Matt McCullough had only won in the www.rockauto.com USCS 600 Sprint Series at one race track. Now, he can say he’s crossed another track off the checklist. McCullough, from Atlanta, Georgia, blasted away from the K&N Filters Pole Position and dominated Saturday’s 15-lap A-main as part of the inaugural Harris Speedway “Sprint Car Wars”, running away from Kyle Amerson in a caution-free feature to grab his third career USCS micro sprint victory. McCullough’s prior two USCS feature wins came at the East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City, Alabama.
The entire 2014 season for 18-year-old Eric Riggins Jr. has been a story of “coulda, woulda, shoulda”. Saturday night, after many close calls and missed opportunities, the home state favorite got it done. Riggins, from nearby Charlotte, North Carolina, slipped around K&N Filters Pole Position starter Lance Moss on lap six of Saturday’s United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters “Sprint Car Wars” 30-lap A-main at Harris Speedway and powered away from the field. Riggins sliced through lapped traffic in a caution-free feature event en route to his first www.rockauto.com USCS victory lane stop since October of 2013 at Cherokee Speedway. The win was Riggins’ sixth career USCS feature victory and the fifth for the Carolina-area racer in front of his home state fans.
Dustin Morris "drove away" from the field to pick up the $1000 victory in the Stock Four division! Cody Ussery, Rod Tucker, Jamie Mattison & Jamie Barbrey finished second through fifth. The "Yates Racing" #8 car also survived the "post-race protest" in this "Monster Mash" & "Georgia State" qualifying race!
Mitch Sill made it two wins in a row in the $800 to win "Omni Source" Pure Stock division! It was not easy, as Nathan Pierce applied pressure throughout the feature! Pierce, Robin Caldwell, Josh Ayers and Chris Jones finished second through fifth.
Twenty-one cars & drivers competed for $800 to win in the Front Wheel Drive division! J.J. Williams kicked off the big weekend in this class by picking up another victory! Jonathan Surratt, Bradley Williams, Brandon Lambert & Jeff Paquin rounded out the top five. The top combined finisher from this event & Cherokee Speedway on Sunday night would receive a $200 bonus from both tracks!
Damon Crump (Crate Sportsman) & Josh Hoots ("Bennett Supply" Limited Sportsman) picked up their second wins in a row Saturday night! The top five in each division are as follows:

Crate Sportsman
1. Damon Crump #70
2. Taylor Puckett #28
3. Elizabeth Ledford #13
4. Jamie Mattison #29
5. James Morrison #24

Stock Four
1. Dustin Morris #8
2. Cody Ussery #00
3. Rod Tucker #12
4. Jamie Mattison #11
5. Jamie Barbrey #21

"Omni Source" Pure Stock
1. Mitch Sill #18
2. Nathan Pierce #ST7
3. Robin Caldwell #ST7#2
4. Josh Ayers #ST7#3
5. Chris Jones #04

"CRS" Renegade
1. Lloyd Burgess #02
2. Scott Pulley #75
3. Shane Harris #11
4. Ed Hodges #8
5. Nathan Nash #7

Stock Eight
1. Jason Jolley #12
2. Chris Jackson #1
3. Dustin Morris #8
4. Lance Creasman #C8
5. Jason Edmonds #119

"USCS/360" Sprints
1. Eric Riggins Jr. #47 (Charlotte, N.C.)
2. Terry Gray #10 (Bartlett, Tn.)
3. Anthony Nicholson #16 (Bartlett Tn.)
4. Michael Miller #4M (Ocean Springs, Ms.)
5. Terry Whitherspoon #43 (Jacksonville, Fla.)
"Dash Winner"-Brian Thomas
Heat Race Winners-Kyle Amerson, Eric Riggins Jr. & Lance Moss.

"USCS/600" Mini Sprints
1. Matt McCullough #14M (Atlanta, Ga.)
2. Kyle Amerson #29 (Montgomery, Ala.)
3. Dirk Miller #68 (Sanford, Fla.)
4. David Hall #67 (Casselberry, Fla.)
5. Brandon Taylor #07 (Cumming Ga.)
"Dash Winner"-David Hall
Heat Race Winners-Dirk Miller & David Hall.

"Bennett Supply" Limited Sportsman
1. Josh Hoots #4/1
2. Danny Tessnier #25T
3. Lance Miller #16
4. Chris Jackson #13
5. Tim Smith #27

Young Guns
1. John Price #4
2. Jasper Brown #83
3. Brittnye Evans #10
4. Blake Dill #0
5. Blake Harris #H3

Front Wheel Drive
1. J.J. Williams #912
2. Jonathan Surratt #X
3. Bradley Williams #12
4. Brandon Lambert #3CB
5. Jeff Paquin #77

Thunder Bomber
1. Steve Penson #33
2. Chris Jenkins #27
3. David Stone #78
4. Keith Guffey #0
5. Joey Coggins #07

Harris Speedway will be racing this Saturday, September 6th. Divisions competing will be "Bennett Supply" Limited Sportsman, Stock Eight, "CRS" Renegade, "Omni Source" Pure Stock, Crate Sportsman, Thunder Bomber, Stock Four, Front Wheel Drive & Young Guns. "Meet & Greet" at intermission with "CRS" Renegade & "Omni Source" Pure Stock divisions! Come see your favorite cars & drivers in these two divisions! Gates open at 4:30 pm. Driver's Meeting at 7 pm., with "hot laps", heats & features to follow. General admission is $10 in the stands & $20 in the pits. Kids 10 yrs. & under are FREE.
For more information about Harris Speedway contact Scott Childress at 864-346-3588 or Tony Adair at 828-748-2576. Harris Speedway phone #828-247-4171.

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