25th Season For USCS Features 60 Races

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25th Season For USCS
The 2021 United Sprint Car Series schedule features 60 races. (David Sink photo)

ATLANTA – United Sprint Car Series officials have released the dates and venues for the 25th season of USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour action.

The schedule features 60 events, with a handful of races still to be announced for the touring 360 winged sprint car series.

Among the many highlights of USCS’ 25th anniversary tour will be the 25th Anniversary Celebration event at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Ala., on April 23-24.

Those dates coincide with the NASCAR weekend at Talladega Superspeedway, located just across the street from the three-tenths-mile Talladega Short Track clay oval.

The event is significant to the United Sprint Car Series because the track hosted the first-ever USCS event on April 25, 1997, also during the spring NASCAR race weekend.

Other highlights include the USCS Winter Heat Series in February and March to kick the season off. The USCS Sprint Speedweek kicks off on May 28 with seven races in nine days.

The Firecracker Four on Independence Day weekend and the second annual Fall Brawl, a 10-race mini series that ends the season in October and November, are among other highlights for the upcoming USCS campaign.

The complete 2021 USCS schedule can be viewed below.

2021 United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour Schedule

Date – Venue – Location

Feb. 5 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, Fla.
Feb. 6 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, Fla.
Feb. 19 – Southern Raceway – Milton, Fla.
Feb. 20 – Southern Raceway – Milton, Fla.
Feb. 26 – Hattiesburg Speedway – Hattiesburg, Miss.
Feb. 27 – Magnolia Motor Speedway – Columbus, Miss.
March 5 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
March 6 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
March 12 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
March 13 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
March 26 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
March 27 – TBA – TBA
April 9 – Carolina Speedway – Gastonia, N.C.
April 10 – Cherokee Speedway – Gaffney, S.C.
April 23 – Talladega Short Track – Eastaboga, Ala.
April 24 – Talladega Short Track – Eastaboga, Ala.
April 30 – I-75 Raceway – Sweetwater, Tenn.
May 1 – TBA – TBA
May 14 – Southern Raceway – Milton, Fla.
May 15 – Southern Raceway – Milton, Fla.
May 28 – Greenville Speedway – Greenville, Miss.
May 29 – Riverside Int’l Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
May 30 – Old No. 1 Speedway – Harrisburg, Ark.
May 31 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
June 3 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
June 4 – Hattiesburg Speedway – Hattiesburg, Miss.
June 5 – Jackson Motor Speedway – Byram, Miss.
June 25 – TBA – TBA
June 26 – TBA – TBA
July 2 – Old No. 1 Speedway – Harrisburg, Ark.
July 3 – Riverside Int’l Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
July 4 – Magnolia Motor Speedway – Columbus, Miss.
July 5 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
July 16 – TBA – TBA
July 17 – Dixie Speedway – Woodstock, Ga.
July 24 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
July 31 – TBA – TBA
Aug. 1 – TBA – TBA
Aug. 6 – Hattiesburg Speedway – Hattiesburg, Miss.
Aug. 7 – TBA – TBA
Aug. 13 – TBA – TBA
Aug. 14 – Senoia Raceway – Senoia, Ga.
Aug. 20 – Lexington 104 Speedway – Lexington, Tenn.
Aug. 21 – Riverside Int’l Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
Sept. 3 – I-75 Raceway – Sweetwater, Tenn.
Sept. 4 – ECM Speedway – Bremen, Ala.
Sept. 5 – Talladega Short Track – Eastaboga, Ala.
Sept. 17 – Lavonia Speedway – Lavonia, Ga.
Sept. 18 – Cherokee Speedway – Gaffney, S.C.
Oct. 8 – Riverside Int’l Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
Oct. 9 – Riverside Int’l Speedway – West Memphis, Ark.
Oct. 15 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
Oct. 16 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.
Oct. 22 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
Oct. 23 – North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, Ala.
Nov. 5 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, FL
Nov. 6 – Hendry County Motorsports Park – Clewiston, FL
Nov. 12 – Southern Raceway – Milton, Fla.
Nov. 13 – Southern Raceway – Milton, Fla.

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