The USCS Flip Flop 50...the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade historic Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Arkansas on Friday and Saturday, October 7th and 8th as headliners of the USCS Flip Flop 50 Sprint Car speed spectacular and the USCS Fall Nationals.
The USCS Flip Flop 50 for the USCS Winged Sprint Cars is the most unique and exciting event of the year. A true fan favorite!
The event features USCS Sprint Cars racing for a possible $8000 for one driver if they can "park it" in the K&N Filters USCS Victory Lane after each of the 25-lap main events on Saturday night The first main event starts straight up from the positions earned during Friday night's exciting K&N Filters Pole Night results.
The second USCS Sprint Car main event starts fully inverted from the finish of the first main event. The winner of the first main event starts 22nd in the second A-main and is racing for a $2500 bonus in addition to winnings if they can win the second main event as well.
Also, on the two-night racing card are the MSCS 305 Winged Sprints racing for $1500 to win plus the Mid-South Street Stock Challenge is one of the highlights of USCS Fall Nationals weekend and the Street Stocks compete both nights for a $1250 paycheck in their finale on Saturday.
The Riverside Modifieds contest a one-night event on Friday night for $1000 to win.
The Late Models (Riverside rules) also contest a one-night complete event as one of Saturday night's highlights.
The USCS 600 Mini Sprints contest two complete events on Friday night ($600 to win) and Saturday ($1000 to win).
Pit Gates open Friday at 4pm Grandstands at 5pm. Racing kicks off at 7pm. On Saturday. All Gates open at 3pm with Racing action at 6pm.
Adult General Admission grandstands on Friday is $20, Youth 6-11 years is $5, with Children 5 years and Under FREE!
On Saturday night General Admission grandstand Adults are $25, Youth 6 to 11 years are $10, with Children 5 years and Under FREE!
Pit Area Admission: Adults are $25, Youth 6 to 11 years are $20, with Children 5 years and Under FREE!
Parking lot parking is FREE. Food and a variety of snacks and drink other will be available in our refreshment stands.
For USCS info please visit www.uscsracing.com
Thank you to all of our great race fans and drivers that came out for the Inaugural Mod Lites of Arkansas Mid-South Nationals.
We had a great field of drivers in each of our four divisions of racing, and they all showed up and showed up to put on an excellent show for the race fans last night.
Thank you too all of the Mod Lites of Arkansas drivers that came from all over the place to put on an outstanding performance. 31 Mod Lites would sign in for action and when it was all said and done, Memphis, TN driver Bryce Vowan would rocket to the front on a mid-race restart after starting in the 8th position. Great racing from this division and we hope to see them back really soon.
The Midsouth 305 Sprint Car Association would see 21 drivers sign in for the final round of the Big Jimmy Cup. Eddie Gallagher would hold to score his fifth win of the season at Riverside and seventh total on the season. Current MSCA points leader Tucker Boulton would not make it easy for Gallagher, actually getting by him late in the race but the veteran would drive back by and score the big win.
20 Black Oak Gin 600 Mini Sprints signed in for action on the night. Columbus, MS driver Bobby Zaiontz would get an early lead and never look back as he would lead all 20 laps to secure his second win in a row at the famed 1/4 mile.
The Quinton Farms Stock Cars would see 17 drivers sign in for action on the night. Olive Branch, MS driver Landon Coke would jump out to the lead early and go wire-to-wire in route to his 5th win of the season. Joey Brock would charge 10 spots to claim the runner up spot with Colby Richardson, Dillon Knight, and Greg Alexander rounding out the top five.
Riverside will be back in action next Saturday night September 24 with the Riverside Fall Nationals featuring the 360 Sprint Cars back in action. Joining the program on the night will be 305 Sprints, Late Models, and Stock Cars.
These are the drivers that have entered for the Stars of Tomorrow event.
23w- Conner Wray Racing
28- Keith Ainsworth
2T- Todd Bradford
37- Ayden Gatewood
17- Hayden Brinkley
52- Daniel Valley
8- Joseph Wray
23- Ethan Jones
4C- Cooper Looney
22- Tanner Bingham
23H- Steven Howell
22- Bubba Jones
21k- Kolby Nelson
Lineup for the event will be determined via "Dirty Draw"
*Drivers will draw a chip at registration to determine who will pick first.
*Right after the driver's meeting, each driver will draw a chip for starting position and must give that position to another driver of their choosing. You will not have the option to keep whichever number you draw.
*Thank you to all of the great sponsors/people that have put up money, prizes, trophies, etc. for this event. This is shaping up to be something very special in which someone will take home their first win.
Thank you to all of the drivers and race fans that came out to round #1 of the "Big Jimmy Cup".
A few wild wrecks, and some three and four wide action in just about every class made for a very entertaining night. Shoutout to Tommy Smith Sr. who took the wild ride in the Late Models last night. I hope you are doing ok this morning. Congratulations to all of our winners from last night.
Dillon Knight got himself another win in the Stock Cars picking up his 4th win of the year.
Lane Carr from out of nowhere stealing the win in the final corner over TJ Hughes in the Late Models. It was Lane's first feature win in what was probably the race of the night.
Bobby Zaiontz had the top rolling the Mini Sprints and picked up the win over a stout field of cars.
Clay Caldwell jumped out front and held off a late charge from Johnny Gustavus and Dillon Knight in the modifieds to pick up win #2.
Marshall Skinner rode around Eddie Gallagher on the outside and never looked back in the Sprint Cars, lapping up to 6th in the process.
We will be back in action next Saturday night with Round #3 and the finale of the Big Jimmy Cup. The Midsouth 305 Sprint Car Association drivers will be back in action competing for the $1000 to win top prize/ $100 to start main event.
The Stars of Tomorrow showcase will take place directly after intermission featuring drivers of the 305-division competing in a $500 to win/$65 to start showcase. Any driver that has not won a featuring in the Sprint Car division and has made at least one start in 2022 will be eligible for the event. There will be a Cookie Jar type deal at the track on Saturday night, anyone wanting to add to the purse to make it that much bigger would be greatly appreciated. Someone will win their first feature. Who do you think it will be?
Classes in action: MSCA Sprints, Late Models, Modifieds, Mini Sprints, Stock Cars.
Gates will open at 6pm, Hot Laps at 6:30pm, Racing at 7:30pm
More details and flyers to be posted throughout the week.
Our weekly races are open to experts and beginners alike. Check out our schedule, web site, Facebook, texts, and emails for more details,and get you a car. The race track promotes the races with its two-seater street rod that is used for show purposes and parades. Watch for it in your community.
Riverside is a great destination for the whole family. Upcoming events are listed on the schedule. Riverside has a two-seater race car that fans can purchase a ride around the track in a real race car. Derek Hagar maintains and drives the two-seater race car. Contact Derek to sign up for a ride along. The rider has to wear a uniform and helmet. In all instances, safety is our #1 concern.
All race results at http://www.myracepass.com/profile/?r=1830&rt=track
Gates Open at 5:00; Hot Laps at 6:30; Races 7:30
**At the discretion of track officials and during excessive heat, the opening and race time MAY be moved back 30 minutes.