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Creek County Speedway Hosting United Sprint League on Saturday

Creek County Speedway Hosting United Sprint League on Saturday

DRUMRIGHT, Okla. (May 11, 2022) - The United Sprint League is back in action this Saturday, May 14 at Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.

The first of four appearances by the USL Sprint Cars, the Saturday event will pay $700 to win and $200 to start. The event is open to all Champ / 305 Sprint Cars.

Steven Shebester currently leads the USL point standings with a small 12 point advantage over Cameron Hagin. Johnny Kent currently sits in third with Tanner Conn fourth. The top five rounds out with Cody Whitworth.

Gerald Smith is sixth with Kevin Cummings seventh. Kimberly Tyre is eighth with Cody Carter ninth and Rees Moran the top ten.

Racing will get underway at 7:30pm on Saturday. Hot Laps will fire off at 7pm. Pits open at 4pm.

Adult tickets are just $10, Kids 11-14 are $6 with Children 10 & Under getting in for free.

Creek County Speedway is located on historic Route 66 between Sapulpa and Kellyville.

The United Sprint League is the continuation of Wingless Sprint Car Racing in Oklahoma. Founded in 2018 as the Wingless Sprint Cars of Oklahoma, the series was purchased by Terry Mattox and Kerry Gorby in 2022 and transformed it into the United Sprint League. For the complete lineup of events, notes, news, and points log onto

Photo Credit: Jeff Taylor

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