United Sprint Car Series National Schedule Unveiled

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ATLANTA – The 2020 and 24th anniversary United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters national schedule of events has been confirmed.

The 2020 slate will see the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour winged sprint cars make 64 stops at speedways in nine states.

In addition to the national championship, drivers will have two regional series to compete for as well, in the USCS Mid-South Thunder Tour and the USCS Southern Thunder Tour.

Additionally, there are several mini-series, including the 10-race season opening third annual USCS Winter Heat Series starting Feb. 6-8 at Hendry County Motorsports Park in Clewiston, Fla., for drivers to race for as well.

Other mini-series within the schedule include the 14th annual USCS Mid-South Speedweek, which will visit seven tracks over seven days from May 22-31, as well as the Summer Shootout of at least nine tracks between June 27 and July 18.

The 10-race USCS Fall Brawl Series will be another mini-series which will conclude the tour’s 2020 season. The season-ending weekend is Nov. 13-14 at East Alabama Motor Speedway in Phenix City, Ala.

All 2020 USCS events will award national championship points.

Though rain shortened the 60-race 2019 schedule to just 46 events, the series saw a record 21 different winners reach victory lane.

The complete 2020 USCS 360 sprint car schedule can be found below.

2020 United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Schedule

Feb. 7 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, Fla.
Feb. 8 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, Fla.
Feb. 21 – Oglethorpe Speedway Park, Pooler, Ga.
Feb. 22 – Oglethorpe Speedway Park, Pooler, Ga.
Feb. 28 – Hattiesburg Speedway – Hattiesburg, Miss.
Feb. 29 – Magnolia Motor Speedway – Columbus, Miss.
March 6 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
March 7 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
March 13 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
March 14 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
March 20 – TBA – TBA
March 21 – TBA – TBA
March 27 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
March 28 – Old No. 1 Speedway – Harrisburg, Ark.
April 3 – Carolina Speedway – Gastonia, N.C.
April 4 – Travelers Rest Speedway – Travelers Rest, S.C.
April 17 – Lavonia Speedway – Lavonia, Ga.
April 18 – Cherokee Speedway, Gaffney, S.C.
April 24 – Boyd’s Speedway – Ringgold, Ga.
April 25 – I-75 Raceway – Sweetwater, Tenn.
May 1 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
May 2 – TBA – TBA
May 15 – TBA – TBA
May 16 – TBA – TBA
May 22 – Greenville Speedway – Greenville, Miss.
May 23 – Riverside Int’l Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
May 24 – Old No. 1 Speedway – Harrisburg, Ark.
May 25 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
May 28 – Talladega Short Track – Eastaboga, Ala.
May 29 – Hattiesburg Speedway – Hattiesburg, Miss.
May 30 – Jackson Motor Speedway – Byram, Miss.
June 5 – TBA – TBA
June 6 – TBA – TBA
June 12 – Oglethorpe Speedway Park – Savannah, Ga.
June 13 – Cochran Motor Speedway – Cochran, Ga.
June 19 – TBA – TBA
June 20 – East Alabama Motor Speedway – Phenix City, Ala.
June 26 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
June 27 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
July 2 – Riverside Int’l Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
July 3 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
July 4 – Magnolia Motor Speedway – Columbus, Miss.
July 10 – Travelers Rest Speedway, Travelers Rest, S.C.
July 11 – Dixie Speedway – Woodstock, Ga.
July 14 – Boyd’s Speedway – Ringgold, Ga.
July 17 – Carolina Speedway – Gastonia, N.C.
July 18 – Cherokee Speedway – Gaffney, S.C.
July 24 – TBA – TBA
July 25 – TBA – TBA
July 31 – TBA – TBA
Aug. 1 – TBA – TBA
Aug. 7 – Hattiesburg Speedway – Hattiesburg, Miss.
Aug. 8 – Hattiesburg Speedway – Hattiesburg, Miss.
Aug. 14 – TBA – TBA
Aug. 15 – Senoia Raceway – Senoia, Ga.
Aug. 21 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
Aug. 22 – ECM Speedway – Bremen, Ala.
Sept. 4 – I-75 Raceway – Sweetwater, Tenn.
Sept. 5 – I-75 Raceway – Sweetwater, Tenn.
Sept. 6 – Talladega Short Track – Eastaboga, Ala.
Sept. 11 – Travelers Rest Speedway – Travelers Rest, S.C.
Sept. 12 Cherokee Speedway, Gaffney, S.C.
Sept. 18 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
Sept. 19 – Old No. 1 Speedway – Harrisburg, Ark.
Oct. 10 – Riverside Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
Oct. 11 – Riverside Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
Oct. 16 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
Oct. 17 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
Oct. 23 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
Oct. 24 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
Nov. 6 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, Fla.
Nov. 7 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, Fla.
Nov. 13 – East Alabama Motor Speedway – Phenix City, Ala.
Nov. 14 – East Alabama Motor Speedway – Phenix City, Ala.