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Updated  July 27, 2014                                              Follow us on Facebook 

Bubak Scorches URSS Field in Hugoton

With the heat index at 105, Colorado’s Jake Bubak proved he was as hot as the temperature coming from his 12th starting position to take the lead on the 23rd lap and cruise to his 5th United Rebel Sprint Series feature win of the season at Dirtona Raceway in Hugoton, Kansas on Saturday night. 

Dodge City’s Keefe Hemel and Forgan, Oklahoma’s Kaden Taylor brought the field to the green flag with Hemel jumping out to an early lead followed by Taylor, Caldwell, Zac Taylor, and Rick Salem rounding out the top 5 after the first lap. 

Bubak would crack the top 5 on the 5th lap when a caution flag flew on lap 6 for Jeremy Huish and Gavin Stout.   

By lap 7. Bubak would move by Caldwell for 4th and begin pressuring Zac Taylor for the show position and moved by Taylor on lap 12. 

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Jared Kern Out-guns URSS Field in Dodge City

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (July 25, 2014) –Jared Kern survived a last-lap bid from Zach Blurton among others in heavy traffic to win Friday night’s 25-lap United Rebel Sprint Series feature atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval that headlined First Responders Night. 

Pole starter Kern outgunned Kaden Taylor for the point at the drop of the green flag and fought off a challenge eight laps in from Koby Walters to retain command when the first of two cautions appeared after ten laps for Jake Bubak’s turn one spin. 

With Kern out front, Luke Cranston and Zach Blurton made quick work of Walters to move up to second and third, respectively, before the next caution appeared three laps later for a Jeremy Huish spin in turn four. 

Kern took off once again on the restart with Cranston trying the top side of the track, only to open the door for Blurton to scoot by on the bottom into second.  

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Bubak earns $2K for URSS

Wheatshocker Nationals victory



There's a youth movement in the 305 sprint car ranks of the United Rebel Sprint Series.

Jake Bubak is leading the charge. The youngster from Arvada, Colo., validated his United Rebel Sprint Series national championship last year by besting a field of top-notch drivers Sunday night at the Wheatshocker Nationals at RPM Speedway in Hays.

"Last year, we won the national championship and didn't even win a national race," said Bubak, who pocketed $2,000 Sunday. "It was really frustrating because the year before, I won like three of them and didn't win the national championship. Most main event wins are awesome, and it's good to win for these Colorado guys. They've had a bad weekend. My buddy Zac Taylor and Adam Trimble both wrecked cars. And Coby Pearce did, too. It sucked not having them here, but hopefully we made them proud by winning here tonight."

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Luke Cranston wins the Ozark Mountain custom grill sponsored by Federated Auto Parts and S & W Supply with a 3 night total of 440 points

Cranston takes first night of URSS Wheatshocker



There might have been a bit of apprehension in the mind of Luke Cranston.

It had been a long time since the sprint car driver from Plains had a good run at RPM Speedway in Hays.

And earlier this season, Cranston — who grew up in Ness City — flipped his 305 sprint car at RPM.

On Saturday night, though, Cranston waited out a lengthy rain delay and washed away any ill thoughts by winning the first night of the United Rebel Sprint Series Wheatshocker Nationals. 

“We haven’t had a real good run at Hays for, well, I don’t know, probably eight years maybe,” said Cranston, who races a 305 and 360 sprint car. “Back in about 2006, I did pretty good in the 360. We ran about fourth, which is about as good as we’ve ever done up here. We’ve been really fast, and I’ve screwed it up. And we’ve had some really bad luck. It was nice to get that monkey off our back and finally do something.

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Fairbank Wins URSS Nationals at Wakeeney



WaKEENEY -- The car was fast in the heat race, so Josh Fairbank decided not to make any changes.

Instead, he sat back and relaxed as much as any racer can.

And at the end of the night, Fairbank was all smiles once again. The driver of the No. 51 sprint car won his first United Rebel Sprint Series feature of the year Friday night at WaKeeney Speedway.

While Fairbank didn't win his heat, he knew he had something special in his car. He ended up proving it, besting a field of top-notch drivers in the 30-lap main event. 

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Fifth different winner in five races as Clint Schubert wins #1 at Calhan

The home town favorite received a loud cheering roar from the crowd as he climbed out of his sprint car shaking fists to the sky as he claimed his first URSS Colorado victory. The familiar green and white Shubert Farm Depot #44 led green to checker after starting on the pole. A proud father and even more ecstatic new wife met him on the front straight to give her new husband a giant kiss in front of the fans as he received his trophy. ”I drove it like my midget and it worked, I’m so excited” said Clint. A proud father/ crew chief said “we hit the set up tonight and now we know what to do next time. I am proud of Clint.” Clint is the fifth different winner in as many races for the Colorado Rebels at El Paso County Speedway.   click here for the rest of the story



Koby Walters Takes First URSS Checkers in Colby 

Liberal KS. young gun, Koby Walters, earned his first career URSS feature win Sunday night at Thomas County Raceway in Colby KS in convincing fashion as he dominated the 25 lap feature. 

Front row Rookie of the year contenders, Jed Werner and Jeremy Huish brought the field to the green with Werner taking the early advantage and leading the first 5 laps before fifth starting Walters made his move coming out of turn two to take the lead and would never relinquish it.  

Scott Cochran would overtake Werner on lap 8 to move into second and would hold that position until spinning on 12 lap. On the restart, it was Walters, Nate Berry, Steven Richardson, Werner and Jake Bubak.  click for more



Jake Bubak takes Center Stage in Dodge City

Lonnie Wheatley, DODGE CITY, Kan. (June 28, 2014) – Jake Bubak took center stage by winning a non-stop 25-lap feature at the Sixth Annual Steve King Memorial atop the 3/8-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval on Saturday night.

Bubak made a last-corner pass of race-long leader Ray Seemann to snare the URSS Sprint Car feature win.

In the 25-lap main event, outside front row starter Ray Seemann jumped ahead of pole starter Nick Haygood for the point at the outset and led all but the final few feet.

While Seemann and Colorado’s Haygood slipped away from the field, Bubak struggled in the early going from his sixth starting position.

“The car was so tight early, I couldn’t hardly turn it,” the reigning URSS National champion from Arvada, CO, explained.

Mired in fifth after ten laps, Bubak worked traffic to his advantage to charge by Steven Richardson and Brian Herbert at the midway point and set his sights on the front two runners.

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Taylor Scores First URSS Win in Calhan

 URSS promoter, Rick Salem, asked the promoter of El Paso County Speedway Alan Davis, to water the top of the race track prior to Saturday nights A feature. Davis obliged and Rookie Mike Taylor found it to his liking as he used the top of the race track to score his first ever URSS feature.

Luke Lucero and Kevin Schramek brought the field to the green with Lucero jumping out to the early lead with Schramek, Nic Sutton, Taylor and Coby Pearce rounding out the top five after lap one.

Taylor would move to the high side on lap 6 and overtake Sutton and two laps later would relegate Schramek to third. Taylor then set his sights on Lucero and would begin reeling in the leader lap by lap. Taylor would use the high side in turns 3 and 4 to overtake the leader on lap 16 only to have Lucero charge back in front coming out of 2 and leading down the back straight only to have Taylor regain the lead before crossing the line on lap 17.  click for more

Richardson Uses Opportunity to Win URSS Hays Go

 With 25 laps in a feature race, there's time to be patient. But when opportunity arises, a driver has to strike. 

That's exactly what Steven Richardson did Saturday night in the United Rebel Sprint Series 305 sprint car main event at RPM Speedway in Hays.

Richardson started outside on the second row, just behind Brian Herbert. Herbert paced the field for several laps, only to slip up one time in turns three and four. That allowed Richardson to get by him to win his first URSS feature this year. 

 "When it's rubbered down like that in three and four, you just kind of take your time and wait for someone to slip up and then take your chance," Richardson said. "That's when you have to get them. "I saw him get in a little high, and he got up in the slick. I thought, 'All right. Here we go. Let the race begin.' " 

Herbert jumped to the lead at the drop of the green flag, with Jeff Radcliffe hot on his tail.

Richardson settled into the third spot and moved into second on lap six. By then, Herbert had built a several-car-length advantage. 

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Walinder Wins URSS Calhan Chaos

If it wasn’t a full moon, it should have been. It should have been Friday the thirteenth as well. All but four sprint cars wish they could have a “do-over” from Saturdays racing program at El Paso County Speedway. Everyone but Mark Walinder, Scott Cochran, Mike Taylor, and Kevin Schramek were on the trailer before the end of the shortened feature.

The weather played hell for the speedway that night. The wind picked up, drying the track in one and two and keeping the bottom sloppy muddy in three and four during the heat races. The temperature dropped to the low fifties making the night a challenge to say the least.

Before the heat races Rookie of the year challenger Nic Sutton’s night ended with a broken rear end. “We are scratching tonight to not completely ruin the rear end “said Nic.

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A Word From The Series Founder


Welcome to our United Rebel Sprint Series official web site. With the growing support of committed competitors and supporting tracks, an affordable sprint car series is now full throttle.  We are now booking dates to area race tracks that will bring back affordable Sprint Car Racing to promoters and participants alike.  This series bottom line is affordable open wheel racing... period.  We have got to keep the costs down on this class to insure it's growth and make it a profitable opportunity for track promoters.  Thus making this series a winner for everyone  ....  including the fans.


With our pay structure of $500 to win and $125 to start the main, it is designed to bring new competitors into the series and make it feasible to travel to the area tracks insuring full fields.  We have adopted a set of rules and feel they are a great set of rules to keep the costs low and the competition close. By enforcing them we can keep it affordable to all.  This series has the potential to grow like wild fire and is a great concept to keep open wheel racing alive to all competitors and racetracks. I want to thank you all for your interest and the overwhelming support most have shown for this series.


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