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July 13, 2018 - MSCCS Heads to Greenville Speedway this Saturday
The MS State Championship Challenge Series is set to return to the GUMBO at Greenville Speedway on July 21 for round eleven of the 2018 season.  The first ten events have seen eight different winners with Tyler Erb and Neil Baggett being the repeat winners of the year.

This will be a 40-Lap, $2,500 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 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 “Top 15”.

Also on hand for this event will be:   Durrence Layne Crate Late Models, Durrence Layne Street Stocks, Factory Stocks and Outlaw Hobbies.                 

Agenda:

  • Grand Stands:  Adults - $20  Age 6-14 - $5     5 and Under –Free
  • Adult Pit Pass - $35               Age 6-14 - $10   5 and under-Free

The pit gate will open at 3:00 and the grandstand gate will open at 5:00.

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

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:
July 21 – Greenville Speedway
July 27 – Hattiesburg Speedway
July 28 – Jackson Motor Speedway
August 4 – Whynot Motorsports Park
August 11 – Tri-County Speedway

MSCCS Winners:
March 18:  Jackson Motor Speedway – Tyler Erb
March 23:  Columbus Speedway – Rusty Schlenk
March 24:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Tyler Erb
March 31:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Chad Thrash
April 28:  Greenville Speedway – Robbie Stuart
May 18:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Michael Arnold
June 9:  Jackson Motor Speedway – Chris Wall
June 22:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Neil Baggett
June 23:  Tri-County Speedway – Brian Rickman
July 14:  Magnolia Speedway – Neil Baggett

MSCCS Top 15:
1) Neil Baggett – 1275, 2) Brian Rickman - 1260, 3) Chad Thrash - 1230, 4) Rick Rickman - 1185, 5) Michael Arnold - 1005, 6) Shay Knight ® - 845, 7) Spencer Hughes - 785, 8) Shelby Sheedy ® - 685, 9)Doug Sanchagrin - 580 10)  Chris McElhenney - 575, 11)Tyler Erb - 550, 12) Clay Fisher - 495, 13) Robbie Stuart - 470, 14) Tommy Surrett - 395, 15) Billy Franklin - 390

2018 MSCCS Sponsors:
All Star Performance, Beene Oil Services, Beyea Custom Headers, Braswell Carburetors, Cliburn Tank Lines, Cooper’s Meat Packers, Dickens Racing Engines, Fast Shafts, Five Star Bodies, Four Season Racing, GRT Race Cars, Hoosier Tire South, MSR Mafia, Out-Pace Race Products, Schoenfield Headers, Trak-Star Race Cars, TWM Racing Products, X-Treme Graphics by J-Rod


October 3, 2017 - MSCCS Gumbo Nationals this Weekend at Greenville
The Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series will be at the Gumbo Nationals at Greenville Speedway on October 5, 6 and 7, 2017.

With 17 rounds completed we have seen 11 different drivers in the winner’s circle with Billy Moyer, Jr., David Breazeale and Brian Rickman being repeat winners.

Chad Thrash is the current point leader followed by Brian Rickman with 130 points separating the two.  Billy Franklin is the current Rookie of the Year Contender followed by Doug Sanchagrin and Nick Thrash rounding out the top three with 85 points separating them. 

This will be a 75-lap $10,000 to win event with a $125 Entry Fee.  Drivers not transferring from the B-Mains will receive $50 for non-qualifiers pay.  The event format will see action starting off with the “Country Pleasin” Pole Qualifying to determine the line-ups for the C-main.  The drivers will transfer from the C-Main to the Cliburn Tank Lines B-Main or to the Main Event.  The Cliburn Tank Lines B-Mains will be used to set remaining positions for the main event with the final two starting spots coming from the “MSCCS top 15”.
 

Also in action this weekend will be the following: 

  • NeSmith Crate Late Models - $5,000 to win, $300 to start ($125 Entry Fee)
  • Street Stocks - $1700 to win, $150 to Start ($40 Entry Fee)
  • All Star Open Wheel Modifieds - $1500 to win, $200 to start ($75 Entry Fee)
  • Pure Streets - $1000 to win, $100 to start  ($40 Entry Fee)
  • Outlaw Hobby- $1000 to win, $100 to start ($40 Entry Fee)

 

FORMAT: 

  • Thursday

Open Practice 7:00 – 10:00 pm
Pit Gate Opens @ 5:00
Grand Stand Admission – FREE
Pit Admission - $15 – Adults           Children 6-14 - $10     Children 5 & Under – Free
         3-Day Pits Pass - $75

  • Friday

4:00 Pit Gate Opens
5:00 Grandstand Gate Opens
7:00-7:15 Drivers Meeting
7:30 Racing Action
        Qualifying and Heat Races and/or C-Mains for all divisions

Pit Admission:    $35 Adults            Children 6–14 - $10    Children 5 & Under - Free       
G/S Admission:  $15 Adults            Children 6-14 - $5       Children 5 & Under - Free        

  • Saturday

2:00 – Pit Gate Opens
4:00 – Grand Stand Opens
5:00 – Driver’s Meeting
5:30 – Racing Action
                    B-Mains (Last Chance) and Feature (Main Event) Races

Pit Admission:    $40 Adults            Children 6-14 - $10     Children 5 & Under - Free        
               G/S Admission:  $20 – Adults         Children 6-14 - $5       Children 5 & Under Free            

Greenville Speedway is located at 1026 S. Raceway Road, Greenville, MS  38701.   Information may also be found by contacting Wesley Washington 662-822-7071, James Clolinger 662-822-2662 or Ben Shelton at 901-335-3037 

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. 5-7 Greenville Speedway – GUMBO NATIONALS

2017 MSCCS Winners:
March 18:  Jackson Motor Speedway – Billy Moyer, Jr.
April 7:  Greenville Speedway – Chad Thrash
April 8:  Greenville Speedway – Shane Stephens ®
April 15:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – Tyler Erb
April 21:  Columbus Speedway – Billy Moyer, Jr.
May 6:  Whynot Motorsports Park – David Breazeale
May 12:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Tommy Surrett ®
June 10:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Brian Rickman
July 21:  Greenville Speedway – David Breazeale
July 28:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Michael Arnold
July 29: Jackson Motor Speedway – Garrett Alberson
August 4:  Columbus Speedway – David Breazeale
August 5:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Billy Moyer, Jr.
August 12:  ECM Speedway – Brian Rickman
August 26:  Magnolia Motor Speedway – David Breazeale
September 15:  Greenville Speedway – Rick Rickman
September 16:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Dane Dacus

MSCCS Top 15:
1) Chad Thrash – 2145, 2) Brian Rickman - 2015, 3) ) Billy Franklin ® - 1695, 4) Rick Rickman - 1675, 5) Doug Sanchagrin ® - 1670, 6 David Breazeale - 1620, 7) Nick Thrash ® - 1610, 8) Michael Arnold - 1460, 9) Dean Carpenter - 1365, 10) Mark Dodson - 1125,  11) Dane Dacus - 1110, 12) Shelby Sheedy ® - 1060, 13) Tommy Surrett ® - 770, 14) Hunter Radsdon - 710, 15) Garret Albertson - 680

2017 MSCCS Sponsors:
All Star Performance, ASIwear, Beyea Headers, Black Diamond Chassis, Braswell Carburetors, Cliburn Tank Lines, Cooper’s Meat Packers, Dickens Racing Engines, Fast Shafts, Five Star Bodies, Hoosier Tire South, mid-southracing, Out-Pace Products, Rocket Chassis, Schoenfield Headers, Scott Performance Wires, Trak-Star Race Cars, TWM Racing, X-Treme Graphics by J-Rod