Known as “The Bartlett Bullet,” Tennessee racer Terry Gray streaked to his 12th United Sprint Car Series (USCS) Outlaw Thunder presented by K&N Filters title in 2019. He has now won the championship in more than half of the tour’s 23 seasons.
His title came on the heels of two victories, 23 Top-5 finishes and 33 Top-10 finishes in 46 starts. Additionally, he claimed two regional titles with the USCS this year.
“We are very proud to announce Terry Gray is again our United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters National Champion,” said USCS Founder and President, Pete Walton . Gray has worked hard and is very professional in his approach to his goals.
“He and Morgan Turpen have been very successful as a team this season. Both of those drivers have the work ethic that it takes to create Champions. They are an example of what hard work and dedication and determination can accomplish. As a team they always represent our series in a way that always makes us proud. Congratulations to Terry Gray Racing on an outstanding season!”
Rounding out the Top 10 in the final USCS national standings are Johnny Bridges, Tony Agin, Jeff Willingham, Morgan Turpen, Danny Smith, Mark Smith, Shelby Brown, Dale Howard, Chase Howard.
The 2019 campaign saw competitors from 15 states and two foreign countries compete in at least one of the 46 USCS events. Twenty-one different competitors parked their Sprinters in Victory Lane with the tour this year.
Notably, second-year racer, Shelby Brown claimed the 2019 USCS National Rookie of the Year Award. In 2018 she received the Riverside International Speedway Rookie of the Year Award for her performance in the 305 c.i. Sprint Car division.