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October 11, 2016 - Two Non-Point Events Remain on 2016 Docket

The MS State Championship Challenge Series has two events remaining for its 2016 season.   The MSCCS will travel to Whynot Motorsports Park on October 15 and the last event will be at Jackson Motor Speedway on November 5.  These events will be sanctioned by MSCCS but will be NON-POINTS events.

This weekend will be part of the MS State Championships at Whynot paying $2,000 to win $250 to start, will have a $100 entry fee and 40 laps will be the distance. 

The event format will have action starting off with the “Country Pleasin” Pole Qualifying to determine the top qualifiers to be locked in for the main event. The next positions will be determined by the Cliburn Tank Lines B-Mains while position 21 and 22 will be filled from the “MSCCS Top 15”.

The drivers meeting is slated to begin at 5:30, Hot Laps at 6:00 and racing action to start after that.  The grandstand admission is $20 adults, kids 6-12 $10 and kids 5 and under FREE.  Pit admission is $35 adults, Kids 6-13 $15 and kids 5 and under FREE. 

With 13 rounds completed we have seen 9 different drivers in the winner’s circle with Bub McCool, Kyle Beard and David Breazeale being repeat winners. 

Brian Rickman came out on top as the 2016 MSCCS Champion and will receiving his crowning in January at the annual points banquet.  Brian was followed by Rick Rickman, Chad Thrash, Bub McCool and Dean Carpenter to round out the top 5. 

Dean Carpenter is your 2016 Rookie of the Year who will also be honored at the banquet in January.  Carpenter was followed by Kody Barber in the run for the Rookie of the Year with only 75 points separating them at the end.

Whynot Motorsports Park is located in Meridian, Mississippi at 4773 JW Reynolds Rd (intersection of JW Reynolds Rd and Old Highway 19 Southeast) Information may also be found by contacting Rodney Wing at 601-527-0084, Phillip Hathcock at 205-965-3070 or Track 601-644-3010.  You may also visit their website.

Jackson Motor Speedway is located South of Jackson on I-55 to exit 85, then 0.7 mile east on Siwel Rd. to Old Byram Rd., then .4 miles north, then east (5448 Old Byram Road Byram, MS).  Information may also be found by calling BJ Donald at (601)502-7076 or on race day you may call (601) 373-0076 (Track) or you may visit their website.

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

Upcoming MSCCS Events:
Oct. 15 – Whynot Motorsports Park (Non-Points Race)
Nov. 5 – Jackson Motor Speedway (Non-Points Race)

2016 MSCCS Winners:
March 26:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Bub McCool
April 22:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Kyle Beard
April 23:  Jackson Motor Speedway – Kyle Beard
May 13:  Greenville Speedway – Bub McCool
May 14:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Hunter Radsdon
May 21:  Deep South Speedway – Bub McCool
May 29:  Greenville Speedway – Timothy Culp
June 11:  Whynot Motorsports Park – B.J. Robinson
June 25:  Talladega Short Track – Jason Hiett
July 30:  Jackson Motor Speedway – David Breazeale
August 6:  Whynot Motorsports Park – David Breazeale
August 27:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Eric Cooley
Oct. 1 – Greenville Speedway – Tyler Erb

MSCCS Top 15:
1)Brian Rickman - 1430, 2) Rick Rickman - 1335,  3)Chad Thrash - 1305, 4)Bub McCool - 1200, 5)Dean Carpenter – 1180 6)Kody Barber - 1105, 7) David Breazeale - 935, 8)B J Robinson - 725, 9)Mark Dodson - 685  10) Erick Cooley - 625, 11) Kyle Beard - 590, 12)Scott Abraham - 510, 13)Leon Henderson - 480, 14) Jon Mitchell - 450, 15) Keith Miller - 440

2016 MSCCS Sponsors:
All Star Performance, ASIwear, Beyea Headers, Braswell Carburetors, Cliburn Tank Lines, Cooper’s Meat Packers, Dickens Racing Engines, Fast Shafts, Five Star Bodies, Hoosier Tire South, L & D Trucking, mid-southracing, Out-Pace Products, Rocket Chassis, Schoenfield Headers, Scott Performance Wires, Trak-Star Race Cars, TWM Racing, X-Treme Graphics by J-Rod


September 1, 2016 - MSCCS Prepares for Home Stretch of 2016
The Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series has three events remaining for its 2016 season.  The MSCCS will travel to Jackson Motor Speedway on September 10 followed by Whynot Motorsports Park on September 17 and the finale’ will be at the Gumbo Nationals at Greenville Speedway on September 29, 30 and October 1.

With 12 rounds completed we have seen 8 different drivers in the winner’s circle with Bub McCool, Kyle Beard and David Breazeale being repeat winners. 

Brian Rickman is the current point leader followed closely by Rick Rickman with only 50 points separating the two.  Dean Carpenter is the current Rookie of the Year Contender followed by Kody Barber with 75 points separating them. 

Jackson Motor Speedway is located South of Jackson on I-55 to exit 85, then 0.7 mile east on Siwel Rd. to Old Byram Rd., then .4 miles north, then east (5448 Old Byram Road Byram, MS).  Information may also be found by calling BJ Donald at (601)502-7076 or on race day you may call (601) 373-0076 (Track) or you may visit their website.

Whynot Motorsports Park is located in Meridian, Mississippi at 4773 JW Reynolds Rd (intersection of JW Reynolds Rd and Old Highway 19 Southeast) Information may also be found by contacting Rodney Wing at 601-527-0084 or Track 601-644-3010.  You may also visit their website.

Greenville Speedway is located at 1040 S. Raceway Road, Greenville, MS  38701.   Information may also be found by contacting Wesley Washington 662-822-7071 or James Clolinger 662-822-2662. 

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

Upcoming MSCCS Events:
Sept. 10 – Jackson Motor Speedway
Sept. 17 – Whynot Motorsports Park
Sept.29, 30 & Oct 1 – Greenville Speedway

2016 MSCCS Winners:
March 26:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Bub McCool
April 22:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Kyle Beard
April 23:  Jackson Motor Speedway – Kyle Beard
May 13:  Greenville Speedway – Bub McCool
May 14:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Hunter Radsdon
May 21:  Deep South Speedway – Bub McCool
May 29:  Greenville Speedway – Timothy Culp
June 11:  Whynot Motorsports Park – B.J. Robinson
June 25:  Talladega Short Track – Jason Hiett
July 30:  Jackson Motor Speedway – David Breazeale
August 6:  Whynot Motorsports Park – David Breazeale
August 27:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Eric Cooley


May 17, 2016 - MSCCS Heads to Deep South Speedway this Saturday
1The MS State Championship Challenge Series will travel to Deep South Speedway in Loxley, AL for Round #6 of its 2016 season.  The last trip to Deep South Speedway was in 2008 and David Breazeale of Four Corners, MS was your Winner. 

The MSCCS event will pay $3000 to win; B-Main non-qualifiers will receive $50 and has a $100 entry fee. The event format will have action starting off with the “Country Pleasin” Pole Qualifying to determine the top qualifiers to be locked in for the main event. The next positions will be determined by the Cliburn Tank Lines B-Mains while position 21 and 22 will be filled from the “MSCCS Top 15”.

The New Deep South Speedway is a 4/10 mile high banked Clay oval and is located 4 miles North of Interstate 10 on highway 59 in Loxley, AL. 

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

For more information about Deep South Speedway you may contact Ben Kilcrease at 334-494-3234 or the track on race day at 251-525-7659, look them up on Facebook or visit their website at www.deepsouthspeedway.net.

Upcoming MSCCS Events:
May 21:  Deep South Speedway
May 29 (Sun):  Greenville Speedway
June 10:  Hattiesburg Speedway
June 11:  Whynot Motorsports Park
June 25:  Talladega Short Track
  
2016 MSCCS Winners:
March 26:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Bub McCool
April 22:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Kyle Beard
April 23:  Jackson Motor Speedway – Kyle Beard
May 13:  Greenville Speedway – Bub McCool
May 14:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Hunter Radsdon

MSCCS Top 15:
1)Bub McCool-695, 2)Brian Rickman - 550, 3)Kyle Beard – 540 4)Dean Carpenter - 470, 5)Rick Rickman - 465 6)Chad Thrash – 425, 7)Kody Barber – 425, 8)Jon Mitchell – 320, 9) Howard Means – 305, 10)Terry Mosley – 270, 11)Jack Sullivan – 265, 12)Hunter Radsdon – 260, 13)Scott Abraham – 260, 14)B.J. Robinson-225, 15)Brett White – 225


May 9, 2016 - MSCCS Set for Double Shot Weekend
1The MS State Championship Challenge Series will have a Double-Double Dipper this week with stops at Greenville Speedway and Magnolia Motor Speedway plus both events will be co-sanctioned with the Comp-Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS).  The first three rounds of the season have been crowd Pleasin’ thrillers and you can “double” your excitement on the “Gumbo” and at the “MAG” this weekend.

NOTE:  THE 8” SPOILER RULE WILL BE USED FOR ALL MSCCS/CCSDS DRIVERS THIS WEEKEND.

The MS State Championship Challenge Series will travel to Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS on Friday for Round #4.   Also running will be the Street Stocks, Nesmith crates, modifieds and factory stocks. 

The MSCCS/CCSDS event will pay $2000 to win; B-Main non-qualifiers will receive $100 and has a $110 entry fee plus a transponder fee.  The event format will have action starting off with the “Country Pleasin Qualifying with all drivers transferring from qualifying to a Cliburn Tank Lines C-Main (Heats) and then to the A-main (feature) or a B-Main depending on car count.  The next positions will be filled from the CCSDS points and the “MSCCS Top 15”.

The pit gate will open at 4:00 with racing action starting at 7:30.

1Greenville Speedway is located at 1040 S. Raceway Road, Greenville, MS  38701.   Information may also be found by contacting Wesley Washington 662-822-7071 or James Clolinger 662-822-2662.  You may also visit their website at www.greenvillespeedway.net.

The MSCCS/CCSDS will travel next to Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS on Saturday night for the finale’ of the double dipping weekend.  Also running will be the Nesmith Crate and Street stocks plus factory stocks.

This will be a $2500 to win event with B-Main non-qualifiers receiving  $100 and has a $110 entry fee plus a transponder fee. The event format will have action starting off with the “Country Pleasin Qualifying with all drivers transferring from qualifying to the Cliburn Tank Lines C-Main (Heats) and then to the A-main (feature) or a B-Main depending on car count.  The next positions will be filled from the CCSDS points and the “MSCCS Top 15”.

The pit gate will open at 3 p.m., grandstand gate at 5 p.m., drivers meeting will be at 6:30 sharp with racing action starting at 7 p.m.

Magnolia Motor Speedway is located at Columbus near the intersection of U.S. Highways 82 and 45 (take the Macon/Meridian exit off of highway 82).  For more information you may contact Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572, Track 662-240-3478 or by visiting their website at www.magnoliadirt.com

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.


April 26, 2016 - MSCCS at Greenville Rained Out; Reschedule for May 13
1 The MS State Championship Challenge Series event for this weekend at Greenville Speedway has been cancelled due to heavy rains received earlier in the week and more expected to come.

This event for Saturday April 30th has been rescheduled for Friday, May 13th.
  
Greenville Speedway is located at 1040 S. Raceway Road, Greenville, MS  38701.   Information may also be found by contacting Wesley Washington 662-822-7071 or James Clolinger 662-822-2662.  You may also visit their website at www.greenvillespeedway.net.

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

Upcoming MSCCS Events:
May 13 (Fri.):  Greenville Speedway
May 21:  Deep South Speedway
May 29 (Sun):  Greenville Speedway
June 10:  Hattiesburg Speedway
June 11:  Whynot Motorsports Park


April 15, 2016 - MSCCS at Magnolia Postponed by Rain
1 The MS State Championship Challenge Series event for the weekend at Magnolia Motor Speedway has been cancelled due to the ongoing woes of Mother Nature.

This event for Saturday, April 16th has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 27th.
  
Magnolia Motor Speedway is located at Columbus near the intersection of U.S. Highways 82 and 45 (take the Macon/Meridian exit off of highway 82).  For more information you may contact Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572, Track 662-240-3478 or by visiting their website at www.magnoliadirt.com

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

Upcoming MSCCS Events:
April 16:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Rained Out Rescheduled for August 27th.
April 22:  Hattiesburg Speedway
April 23:  Jackson Motor Speedway
April 30:  Greenville Speedway


April 5, 2016 - War of the States Returns
1The MS State Championship Challenge Series will travel to Talladega Short Track (Eastaboga, Alabama) on June 25th for “The Return of the War Between the States”. The last “War Between the States” was held 10 years ago with the checkered flag taken by Randall Walker.

This will be a 50-Lap $3,000 to win event with a $100 Entry Fee.  Drivers not transferring from the B-Mains will receive $50 for non-qualifiers pay.  The event format will be a crowd pleaser as drivers and fans will see action starting off with the “Country Pleasin” Pole Qualifying, the Cliburn Tank Lines B-Mains and the 50-lap main event for the 22-car starting field.
  
For more information about TST please visit www.talladegashorttrack.com or call Lynn Phillips at 256-454-5414 or track phone 256-831-1413. Talladega Short Track is a 1/3-mile banked clay oval located on Talladega Superspeedway Boulevard. Take exit 168, off I-20 and proceed south on Hwy 77, then turn left onto Speedway Boulevard. TST is located 1 mile east of the Superspeedway. Coolers and lawn chairs are welcome.

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

Upcoming MSCCS Events:
April 16:  Magnolia Motor Speedway
April 22:  Hattiesburg Speedway
April 23:  Jackson Motor Speedway
April 30:  Greenville Speedway


March 28, 2016 - McCool Tops MSCCS at Whynot; Magnolia Up Next
Bub McCool won the season opener for the MSCCS on Saturday night at Whynot Motorsports Park. Full results are now posted on the Events page.

The next scheduled event for the tour is on April 16, with a trip to Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi) for a $2,500-to-win event. For more information, please visit www.MagnoliaDirt.com.

March 15, 2016 - MSCCS Returns to Deep South Speedway
1The new Deep South Speedway will be hosting the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS( on May 21st for a $3,000 to win event. At one of the last events held at Deep South Speedway in 2008 David Breazeale of Four Corners, MS was your winner. 

The New Deep South Speedway is a 4/10-mile, high-banked, clay oval and is located 4 miles North of Interstate 10 on Highway 59 in Loxley, AL. 

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please visit the MSCCS website at www.stateseries.com or call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

For more information about The New Deep South Speedway you may contact Jay D. Wells at 251-975-8480, look them up on facebook or visit their website at www.deepsouthspeedway.net.


March 12, 2016 - MSCCS Weclomes a Returning Sponsor and Adds a New One
1 Cliburn Tank Lines of Star, MS will once again be partnering with the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) as a corporate sponsor for the series 2016 season.  Don Cliburn and his crew at Cliburn Tank Lines has been hauling petroleum since 1988.  They help to ensure that our petroleum needs are met in our everyday lives and on the weekend to get us to and from the tracks for our “racing fix”.  Please support their services whenever you can.

Cooper’s Meat Packers will also be coming on board with us for the 2016 season.  Cooper’s Meat Packers is the home of the “Country Pleasin’ Brand”.  They are a home town butcher market that began in 1976 and is located in Florence, MS.  They offer some of the tastiest products that you will ever put in your mouth. Try their tasty meats today! For more information you may visit their website at www.countrypleasin.com or follow them on Facebook.