The MS State Championship Challenge Series will be at Hattiesburg Speedway Friday night, August 24.  This will be a 30-Lap, $2,000 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 Beene Oil Services “Top 15”.

Hattiesburg Motorsports Park is located south of Hattiesburg, MS on Hwy 49 South.  Information may also be found by contacting Donald Parker at 228-547-6823 or 601-297-0774. 

The MS State Championship Challenge Series will be head to Magnolia Motor Speedway on Saturday, August 25 for the second leg of the weekend.  This will be a 40-lap $2,500 to win event with a $100 Entry Fee plus transponder fees.  Drivers not transferring from the B-Mains will receive $50 for non-qualifiers pay.  The format for the MSCCS Super Late Models will be the “Country Pleasin” qualifying to determine the top 8 starting positions for the main event.  Positions 9 thru 20 will be filled from the Cliburn Tank Lines B-Mains while positions 21 and 22 will be determined from the Beene Oil Services Top 15 in points.

Magnolia Motor Speedway is located at Columbus near the intersection of U.S. Highways 82 and 45 (take the Macon/Meridian exit off of highway 82).  For more information you may contact Johnny Stokes at 662-574-2572, Track 662-240-3478 or by visiting their website at .magnoliadirt.

For more information about the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series please call Charles Thrash at 601-917-2335 anytime.

Upcoming MSCCS Events:
August 11 – Tri-County Speedway
August 24 – Hattiesburg Speedway
August 25 – Magnolia Motor Speedway
Sept. 8 – Jackson Motor Speedway
Sept. 15 – Greenville Speedway

2018 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
July 21:  Greenville Speedway – Chad Thrash
July 27:  Hattiesburg Speedway – Chad Thrash
August 4:  Whynot Motorsports Park – Dane Dacus
August 11:  Tri-County Speedway – Neil Baggett

 

MSCCS Top 15:
1) Neil Baggett – 1830, 2) Chad Thrash - 1795, 3) Brian Rickman - 1775, 4) Rick Rickman - 1690, 5) Shay Knight ® - 1250, 6) Michael Arnold - 1100 7) Shelby Sheedy ® - 1080, 8) Spencer Hughes - 960, 9) Doug Sanchagrin - 650 10) Clay Fisher - 585, 11) Chris McElhenney - 575, 12) Tyler Erb - 550, 13) Robbie Stuart - 470, 14) Scott Ladner - 455 15 Tommy Surrett - 395

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