USCS: Standings as of 2004-05-15

Gray Extends USCS National Points Lead FAYETTEVILLE, GA - Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN won the United Sprint Car Series event on Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway in Lancaster, SC and took a big lead in his quest for his fourth straight...

Gray Extends USCS National Points Lead

FAYETTEVILLE, GA - Terry Gray of Bartlett, TN won the United Sprint Car Series event on Saturday night at Lancaster Motor Speedway in Lancaster, SC and took a big lead in his quest for his fourth straight USCS National Championship. Gray now has a 156-point lead over Kenny Adams of Malabar, FL, who missed Saturday night's event due to a family commitment.

Gray has three wins in 11 starts, with nine top five finishes. Gray is the only USCS driver that has entered all 11 USCS events held so far this season.

Danny Martin Jr. of Sarasota, FL came home with a second-place finish in Lancaster, and closed to within 42 points of Adams. Martin has five top five finishes, and eight top ten finishes in ten starts. The 18-year-old driver, who will graduate from high school this Saturday night, is also the USCS Huggins Cams Hard Charger points leader.

R.J. Johnson of Wesley Chapel, FL remains in the fourth spot in USCS National points, and is the leading USCS Rookie of the Year Candidate. The 16-year-old second-generation driver has competed in ten USCS National events with two top ten finishes.

Brice Wrenn of Lexington, SC is in the fifth spot in USCS National points, and has competed in all seven USCS Outlaw Thunder Dirt events. Wrenn posted his fifth top ten finish of the season on Saturday night in Lancaster, SC, to go with two top five finishes.

Despite taking a wild flip on Saturday night in Lancaster, Bill Moore of Denver, NC stays in the sixth spot in USCS National points with four top ten finishes in seven starts. Butch Pendergrass of Winston-Salem, NC turned in his best finish of the season on Saturday night with a third-place effort. Pendergrass is seventh in points with one top five, and three top tens in seven starts.

Tom Winegardner Jr. of Pierson, FL is eighth in the USCS National points, and Chad Allum of Kannapolis, NC moved into the top ten in the USCS National points chase with his first top ten finish of the season on Saturday night to vault him into the ninth spot. Red Stauffer of Winter Park, FL rounds out the top ten in the USCS National points.

The next two events for USCS will be on Volunteer State dirt tracks. On May 29, the USCS Outlaw Thunder Dirt Tour will visit Garnertown Speedway in Luray, TN. Then on May 30, the series moves to Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, TN for their "Salute To The Armed Forces" event.

For the latest information about USCS visit the series official web site at www.uscsracing.com.

<pre> USCS NATIONAL POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 5/15/04:

POS DRIVER              POINTS
1   Terry Gray          1566
2   Kenny Adams         1410
3   Danny Martin Jr.    1368
4   R.J. Johnson (R)    1184
5   Brice Wrenn         922
6   Bill Moore          898
7   Butch Pendergrass   894
8   Tom Winegardner Jr. 754
9   Chad Allum          754
10  Red Stauffer        750
11  Brian Thomas        668
12  Jim Raptis          648
13  Ben Basinger        624
14  Jimmy Taylor        620
15  Doug Gold           580
16  Doug Berryman       566
17  Joe Rebman          558
18  Curt Michael        542
19  Will Ragsdale       526
20  Jerry Jones         490
21  Troy DeCaire (R)    410
22  Doug Day            406
23  Frank Neill         400
24  Brad Davis          394
25  Johnny Bridges      392
26  Tom Patterson       362
27  Phil Mott           328
28  Chad Kemenah        294
29  Joey Saldana        290
30  Chris Hill          290
31  Scott Young (NC)    286
32  Don Townsend        282
33  Josh Weller         278
34  Sport Allen         276
35  Shane Stewart       276
36  Ryan Myers          274
37  Tony Stewart        266
38  Randy Helton        266
39  Daryl Smith         266
40  Jason Sides         260
41  Greg Wilson         258
42  Glen Styers         256
43  Brad Pake           252
44  Zack Chappell       252
45  Scott Young (AL)    252
46  Kelly Glass         250
47  Bobby Courtwright   248
48  Marshall Skinner    246
49  Josh Harris         246
50  Bronzie Lawson      242
51  Cody Geldarg        234
52  Roger Rager         228
53  Aubrey Black        226
54  Bruce Cline         226
55  Patrick Sullivan    222
56  Mike Chadd          218
57  Gene Lasker         216
58  Tony Bruce          202
59  Doug Auld           200
60  Tighe Schloss       200
61  Michael Smith       200
62  Matt Stegeman       200
63  Tom Winegardner Sr. 200
64  Bubba Clem          150
65  Sean Michael        148
66  Ted Williams        146
67  Wayne Reutimann     146
68  Lance Deweese       144
69  Greg Leonard        144
70  Terry McCarl        142
71  Joey Aguilar        140
72  Mary Anne Williams  140
73  Steven Graham       136
74  Wayne Reutimann Jr. 134
75  Skeeter Faulconer   134
76  Jeremy Scott        132
77  Danny Mercy         130
78  Tommy Nichols       124
79  Chris Sutton        122
80  Nick Manikis        120
81  Doug Fitzwater      118
82  Frank Carlson       116
83  Terry Witherspoon   116
84  Shane Nelson        116
85  John Hawk           114
86  Jimmy Mabe          114
87  Lee Scrape          100
88  Jeff Shepard        100
89  David Thorman       100
90  Dwight Kingry       100
91  Brian Smith         100
92  Clarence Cox        50

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Series Sprint
Drivers Tony Stewart , Michael Smith , Brian Smith , Jason Sides , Joey Saldana , Shane Stewart , Wayne Reutimann , Kenny Adams , Ted Williams , Greg Wil , Scott Young , Doug Day , R.J. Johnson , Chad Kemenah , Brian Thomas
Teams Williams