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Friday, April 15, 2005

 

Thunder Tour Returns to Swainsboro Raceway

WhoWon.com ... The Internet Source for Motorsports News and Information: "O'Reilly USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour returns to Swainsboro Raceway April 22

by Roby Helm

FAYETTEVILLE, Ga. -- The O'Reilly United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour returns to Swainsboro Raceway in Swainsboro, GA on Friday night, April 22 featuring, pound-for-pound the most powerful short track racing cars in the world. The O'Reilly USCS winged outlaw sprint cars weigh 1,300 pounds and are powered by 700 horsepower fuel-injected V-8 engines.



Danny 'The Hammer' Martin Jr. of Sarasota, Fla., will return to Swainsboro Raceway on Friday night, April 22, for O'Reilly United Sprint Car Series action. Martin posted an O'Reilly USCS win at the 4/10-mile clay oval in 2004. (Terry Caton Photo)

Leading the entry list will be Kenny Adams of Malabar, FL and Danny 'The Hammer' Martin Jr. of Sarasota, FL, who both scored O'Reilly USCS wins at Swainsboro Raceway in 2004. Both Adams and Martin are in the top five of the O'Reilly USCS point standings, and the 'Malabar Missile' also won the season opener in March in Pensacola, FL."

 

Motorsport.com: News channel

Motorsport.com: News channel

PEACH STATE DOUBLE HEADER ON TAP FOR O'REILLY USCS IN SWAINSBORO, GA ON APRIL 22 AND OGLETHORPE SPEEDWAY PARK ON APRIL 23

FAYETTEVILLE, GA - The O'Reilly United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour will present a Peach State double-header with events at Swainsboro Raceway in Swainsboro, GA on April 22, and at Oglethorpe Speedway Park in Savannah, GA on April 23. The two races will also be the first for the O'Reilly USCS Southern Thunder regional tour.

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