Memphis, Tennessee (08/28/14) – Tim Crawley raced to his first COMP Cams® Interstate Cup Sprint Car Series presented by Dixon Road U-Pull-It win of 2014 on Saturday night at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas). With the win he became the fifth different winner in the miniseries in 2014.
Crawley was followed across the finish line by Zach Pringle, Brad Bowden, Jordon Mallett and Marshall Skinner.
Skinner continues to lead the way in the standings with the defending champion, AG Rains, sixteen markers back in second. Mallett, Cody Gardner, Justin Sturch, Robert Richardson, Nic Jenkins, Joe Young, Rick Pringle and Zach Pringle round out the top ten in the current standings.
Through the first seven events 58 drivers have entered at least one event.
COMP Cams® Interstate Sprint Car Series Presented by Dixon Road U-Pull-It
Updated August 26, 2014
1 Marshall Skinner 642
2 AG Rains 626
3 Jordon Mallett 568
4 Cody Gardner 564
5 Justin Sturch 518
6 Robert Richardson 506
7 Nic Jenkins 496
8 Joe Young 448
9 Rick Pringle 432
10 Zach Pringle 390
11 Derek Hagar 388
12 Mike Pack 388
13 Johnny Gardner 376
14 Tim Crawley 360
15 Jan Howard 340
16 Blake Jenkins 306
17 Kevin Hinkle 300
18 Dale Howard 278
19 Charlie Louden 268
20 Jacob Pringle 256
The next points event for the series will be held this Saturday, August 30, at I-30 Speedway/ For more information on the event please visit www.I-30Speedway.com.
The COMP Cams® Interstate Cup presented by Dixon Road U-Pull-It was created in 2011 to reward drivers for competing at both I-30 Speedway and Riverside International Speedway. A.G. Rains from West Memphis, Arkansas, has claimed the title in each of the first three years. For 2014 the two tracks have once again coincided their schedules to not run Winged 360c.i. Sprint Cars on the same night. Each weekly racing series points event at each track will count toward a driver’s point total in the Interstate Cup. Any special event does not count as a points event for the series.
For 2014 drivers have no restrictions on how many races that they can miss at each facility to still be eligible for the season-ending point money. Points acrued in all races will count toward the final total.
The final payout for the series will pay ten places as follows: 1)$2,000 2)$1,500 3)$1,000 4)$800 5)$700 6)$600 7)$500 8)$450 9)$350 10)$300. As more sponsors are secured the payout may be increased.
COMP Cams® has also posted the following contingency prizes for the top five:
1st – $1000 COMP Cams® Gift Certificate PLUS Trophy Cup
2nd – $750 COMP Cams® Gift Certificate
3rd – $500 COMP Cams® Gift Certificate
4th – $250 COMP Cams® Gift Certificate
5th – $125 COMP Cams® Gift Certificate
In addition to money and contingencies, the program will award provisionals. The driver highest in the final top ten standings in the points program who doesn’t qualify for the 6th Annual Ralph Henson Memorial on Saturday, September 27, at I-30 Speedway will get a provisional starting spot in the main event. Similarly, the driver highest in the top ten in the final points (who didn’t use a provisional at the Ralph Henson Memorial) who doesn’t qualify for the Fall Nationals at Riverside International Speedway on Saturday, October 11, will get a provisional starting spot for that A-Main.
Race fans can also donate money to the points fund. For a $100 donation, a race fan can be the title sponsor on a Sprint Car Weekly Racing Series event at either track, and 100% of that money will go into the points fund. For more information on sponsoring an event, contact Ben Shelton at 901-335-3037 or MSRMafia@gmail.com.
The COMP Cams® Interstate Cup would like to thank its sponsors, which include COMP Cams®, Speed Mart Inc., Hoosier Racing Tires, I-30 Speedway, Riverside International Speedway and MSRMafia.com Marketing Services.