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USAC Rocky Mountain Sprint Car Series

BURDETT SLC SPRINT WINNER; WATERS CLAIMS 3RD TITLE

September 12, 2011

Jim Waters of West Jordan, Utah capped his record third USAC/SLVRA Young Automotive Rocky Mountain Sprint Car championship with a second-place finish in Saturday night’s finale at Rocky Mountain Raceways in Salt Lake City, Utah. Waters won the inaugural series titles in 2003 and 2004. [...]

BURDETT-WATERS READY TO “BREAK THE TIE” SATURDAY

August 29, 2011

Former USAC/SLVRA Young Automotive Rocky Mountain Sprint Car Champions Ryan Burdett and Jim Waters will square off Saturday night at Rocky Mountain Raceways in Salt Lake City, Utah to determine the new point leader in the series standings. [...]

SEPTEMBER 3 “SHOWDOWN” FOR BURDETT & WATERS AT RMR

August 15, 2011

Former USAC/SLVRA Young Automotive Rocky Mountain Sprint Car Champion Ryan Burdett and Jim Waters will square off for the series point lead in the penultimate race of the series at Rocky Mountain Raceways in Salt Lake City, Utah September 3 [...]

Waters Wins at Rocky Mountain Raceways

August 7, 2011

Jim Waters won Saturday night's USAC Youn Automotive Rocky Mountain Sprint Car Series feature. Paul Marconi, Ryan Burdett, Eric Barlow, and Austin Luttmer rounded out the top five. [...]

Tony Hunt at Meridian Speedway

July 17, 2011

Tony Hunt won the USAC AMSOIL WESTERN/SLVRA YOUNG AUTOMOTIVE ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPRINT feature Friday as Brodie Kostecki took the Ford Focus event. [...]

WESTERN, ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPRINTS AT SLC SATURDAY

June 27, 2011

USAC’s AMSOIL Western and Young Automotive Rocky Mountain Sprint Car series combine this Saturday for an event at Rocky Mountain Raceways in Salt Lake City, Utah. The USAC Western/Utah Ford Focuses are also on Saturday’s racing program in the Utah capital. [...]

ROCKY MOUNTAIN SPRINTS RESUME JULY 2

June 13, 2011

Ryan Burdett is only 16 points ahead of Jim Waters in the latest USAC Young Automotive Rocky Mountain Sprint Car Series standings. The series resumes at Rocky Mountain Raceways in the Utah capital July 2. [...]
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