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Veteran USCS competitor Joe Larkin from Suwannee, Georgia who mostly competed in the Southern Thunder region drove his #33 Mark Brack wrenched sprint car to an eighth-place finish in the USCS Southern Thunder Tour standings.
Larkin and Brack also joined the field for several USCS Mid-South regional series weekends to garner a top-ten finish in the USCS National point standings in tenth place.
She finished third in the National Championship chase as well after capturing the National title in 20 seasons. Senter lined up as the leader for the five lap dash to the finish followed by Hanks, Bowden, Gray, Hagar, Moore, Dale Howard, Jan Howard, Smith and Gardner in the top ten. The award goes annually to the driver who has earned the most Championship points in the regional series during their first season of competition prior to competing in 25 sprint car events. Hunter had 6 top five and 13 top ten finishes in series competition during the 2017 season. He is one of the few Rookie drivers to ever win a USCS main event. He did so on July 23 on the super-fast half-mile at Lancaster Speedway in Lancaster, South Carolina.
USCS veteran driver, Brian Thomas from Pendergrass, Georgia followed Mallett, Gray and Turpen in the 2017 USCS Southern Thunder Tour standings with a fourth-place finish after accumulating 3112 Championship points. Senter was able to hold to his own in the last five laps of the race, but all eyes were on Hagar, who restarted in the fifth spot.