The Rislone URC Sprint Series will return to the famed Williams Grove Speedway  on Friday night, August 26 in a challenge event with the 358 sprints.    A draw will be used to determine heat race starting positions and passing points in the heat races will determine the starting line-up for the feature.   The 25 lap feature event will pay $2,200 to win and $200 to start.     The event is open to all 360 and 358 sprints and a URC license is not required.   Sprint cars are required to run on an American Racer right rear tire, the three other corners are open.   For URC competitors, this is a full point race with a minimum of earning 70 points.

The following night, Saturday, August 27, the URC sprints will return to the Port Royal Speedway.  This event is also open to 358 sprints and qualifying will again  go through a draw plus passing points for the heats.   The 25 lap feature will pay $2,000 to win and $200 just to start the feature event.    This will also be a full point race with a minimum of earning 70 points.

On Saturday night, October 15, URC’s season finale will be part of the Grandview Thunder 5-25’s.   Pioneer Pole Buildings is the  race sponsor, paying $3,000 to the winner and $250 to take the green flag.   Since this is the last race of the season, and it is a point race, the top 12 in points will be inverted for the starting line-up and 13th – 20th will line-up straight up from points. 

Rules for Special events:   URC 360 engine rules apply, American Racer Tire mandatory on the right rear other points are open Maximum 2″ Wickerbill, Adjustable wings allowed but NO other cockpit adjustable devices permitted.   358’s must strictly meet  the weekly 358 engine rules of Williams Grove.   All other  car specifications, including tires, must be legal  per the URC rule book.

The URC Rulebook may be viewed and printed from the URC website at:   www.urcsprints.com, please go to the competitors page.