RMS: Series takes hiatus

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPRINTS "OFF" UNTIL JULY 16 WYSONG BACK ON TOP OS SERIES STANDINGS The 2005 Young Automotive Group USAC Rocky Mountain Sprint Car Series is in a three-week hiatus following Jimmy Wysong's victory in Salt Lake City last ...

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPRINTS "OFF" UNTIL JULY 16
WYSONG BACK ON TOP OS SERIES STANDINGS

The 2005 Young Automotive Group USAC Rocky Mountain Sprint Car Series is in a three-week hiatus following Jimmy Wysong's victory in Salt Lake City last Saturday night. The series resumes July 16 at the Rocky Mountain Raceways paved oval in Salt Lake City.

Wysong, of South Jordan, Utah, won Saturday's curfew-shortened race, leading the final eight laps of the 21-lap contest to beat Mel Andrus, Rick Pardee, Dave Fitzgerald and Mark Bergener.

Defending two-time series champ Jim Waters finished sixth and now trails Wysong by 10 points in the new standings.

USAC/SLVRA YOUNG AUTOMOTIVE GROUP ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPRINT CAR SERIES STANDINGS
1.-Jimmy Wysong-367
2.-Jim Waters-357
3.-Rick Pardee-288
4.-Mel Andrus-270
5.-Jim Campbell-240
6.-Chuck Maddox-210
7.-Dave Fitzgerald-209
8.-Tony Hunt-205
9.-Mark Bergener-155
10.-Todd Ellison-149

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Series USAC
Drivers Jim Campbell , Tony Hunt