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DAY-DATETIMEEVENTWed., Nov 3rd, &#; PMPit Shack (Ticket Both 2) open &#; PMHauler Load In &#; PMPRN at the Track Kickoff Party &#; zMAX Dragway PavilionLive music by Dirty Grass SoulThurs., Nov 4th, AMPit Shack (Ticket Booth 2) open AMPit gate opensDriver registration begins and draw opens at each series trailerHauler load-in resumes PMSouvenir and display area opens &#; PMDrydene Press Conference on the Midway Stage PMDrivers Meeting (Series trailers, Big Blocks @PM, Late Models @, Sprints @PM)Push Truck MeetingI Road Closes &#; PMOpen Red LIVE, presented by Drydene on the Midway Stage PMGrandstand gates open PMSuper DIRTcar Series non-timed Hot Laps PMSuper DIRTcar Series Hot Laps – Session 1 (determines Saturday Heat lineups)Sprint Cars push for heatWorld of Outlaw Late Model Series Hot Laps (by qualifying flight)Super DIRTcar Series Hot Laps – Session 2 (determines Friday Heat lineups)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Hot Laps (by qualifying flight) PMOpening CeremoniesWorld of Outlaws Sprint Car Qualifying – Saturday Round (2 laps, determines Saturday Heat lineups)World of Outlaws Late Model Qualifying – Saturday Round (2 laps, determines Saturday Heat lineups)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Qualifying – Friday Round (2 laps, determines Friday Heat lineups)Super DIRTcar Series Heat #1 for Saturday (8 laps)Super DIRTcar Series Heat #2 for SaturdaySuper DIRTcar Series Heat #3 for SaturdaySuper DIRTcar Series Heat #4 for SaturdayWorld of Outlaws Late Model Qualifying – Friday Round (2 laps, determines Friday Heat lineups) PMTrack secured (Pit area remains open until a.m. Friday to credentialed guests only)Pit Pass sales endPit voucher exchange closesFri. Nov 5th, AMPit area secured (Pit sweep) AMPit gate re-opensPit Shack (Ticket Booth 2) open PMSouvenir and display area opens PMCampground Parade &#; PMMRN Winged Nation at Midway Stage PMDrivers Meetings (Series trailers, Big Blocks @, Late Models @ , Sprints @ ) PMGrandstand gates open PMSprint Cars push for heatI Road Closes PMOpening Ceremonies Super DIRTcar Series Heat #1 (8 laps)Super DIRTcar Series Heat #2Super DIRTcar Series Heat #3Super DIRTcar Series Heat #4World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #1 (8 laps)World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #2World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #3World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #4World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #5World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #6World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #1 (8 laps)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #2World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #3World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #4World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #5World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #6Track MaintenanceRe-Draws (Big Blocks, Late Models, Sprint Cars)World of Outlaws Late Model Last Chance Showdown #1 (10 laps)World of Outlaws Sprint Car D-Main (8 laps, if necessary)World of Outlaws Late Model Last Chance Showdown #2World of Outlaws Late Model Last Chance Showdown #3 (if necessary)World of Outlaws Sprint Car C-Main (10 laps, if necessary)World of Outlaws Sprint Car DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash #1 (6 laps)World of Outlaws Sprint Car DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash #2 (6 laps)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Last Chance Showdown (12 laps)Track Maintenance3-Division, 4-Wide SaluteSuper DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified Feature (40 Laps)Victory Lane &#; Top 3 (Flagstand)Track Maintenance (if necessary)World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series Feature (50 Laps)Victory Lane &#; Top 3 (Flagstand)Pit Pass sales endTrack Maintenance (if necessary)World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Feature (30 Laps) PMTrack secured (Pit area remains open until p.m. Saturday to credentialed guests only)Sat. Nov 6th, AMPit area secured (Pit sweep) PMPit gate re-opensPit Shack (Ticket Booth 2) opens PMSouvenir and display area opensDIRTcar HP Luncheon Hospitality Tent &#; PMNational Sprint Car Hall of Fame Auction (Dragway Pavilion) &#; PMMRN Winged Nation on the Midway Stage PMDrivers Meetings (Series trailers, Late Models @pm, Big Blocks @pm, Sprints @pm) PMGrandstand Gates Open PMSprint Cars push for heatI Road closes PMOpening Ceremonies & Flag CeremonySuper DIRTcar Series Last Chance Showdown(s) (10 laps)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #1 (8 laps)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #2World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #3World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #4World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #5 (if necessary)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Heat #6 (if necessary)World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #1 (8 laps)World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #2World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #3World of Outlaws Sprint Car D-Main (8 laps, if necessary)World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #4World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #5World of Outlaws Late Model Heat #6Track MaintenanceRe-Draws (Big Blocks, Sprint Cars, Late Models)World of Outlaws Sprint Car C-Main (10 laps, if neccessary)World of Outlaws Sprint Car DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash #1 (6 laps)World of Outlaws Sprint Car DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash #2 (6 laps, if necessary)World of Outlaws Sprint Car Last Chance Showdown (12 laps)World of Outlaws Late Model Last Chance Showdown #1 (10 laps)World of Outlaws Late Model Last Chance Showdown #2World of Outlaws Late Model Last Chance Showdown #3 (if necessary)Track Maintenance (if necessary)Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified Feature (40 laps)Victory Lane – Top 3 (Flagstand)Track Maintenance (if necessary)Pit Pass sales endWorld of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Feature (30 laps)Victory Lane – Top 3 (Flagstand)Track Maintenance (if necessary)World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series Feature (50 laps)Victory Lane Celebration (Top 3)Victory Late Celebration: Series Championship Awards – All Three Divisions (INFIELD AREA)END OF SHOW
Sours: https://worldofoutlawsworldfinals.com/schedule/

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The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Championship Series is an exclusive series with our partner, World of Outlaws, providing a platform for the most elite dirt oval drivers and giving them a chance to win over $25, in cash and prizes. Drivers will take their Winged Sprints to virtual favorites like Eldora Speedway and Knoxville Raceway as they battle through the  season.

The World Championship series will be broadcast live at www.iRacing.com/live and www.dirtvision.com on Monday nights  beginning on March 25th. You can also catch the live streams on our Twitch and Facebook channels.

 

 

Past Champions

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Sours: https://www.iracing.com/world-outlaws-sprint-car-championship-series/
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World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars Port Royal Speedway, October 8, 2021 - HIGHLIGHTS

World of Outlaws Reveals Schedule for Sprint Cars

The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will bring The Greatest Show on Dirt to more than 80 races across 24 states for the tour.

 

From the continuation of iconic events like the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard Ford and Can-Am World Finals to the addition of new and historic venues like Vado Speedway Park and Lawton Speedway, the schedule will be full of nostalgia and excitement for fans and drivers.

 

“We have another great schedule, which will bring the World of Outlaws to fans across the country,” said World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Director Carlton Reimers. “There’re several new exciting facilities on the tour this year and a solid core of familiar tracks that always produce great racing.”

VENTURING TO NEW FACILITIES

Vado Speedway Park – The newly constructed multi-million-dollar state-of-the-art Vado Speedway Park in Vado, NM, will host its inaugural World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car doubleheader on April The 3/8-mile track is located off Interstate 10 between Las Cruces, NM, and El Paso, TX. It features paved fan parking, a concrete midway, concrete pit pads and stadium quality suites.

I Speedway – While the World of Outlaws visited I Speedway in the s, when the Series returns to the Odessa, MO, facility on May 30 it will be an entirely new 3/8-mile track. The facility started life as a dirt track before being turned into an asphalt track, hosting NASCAR races. It closed in but was recently purchased by Chris Payne, who revamped Heartland Motorsports Park in Kansas. He is turning the facility into a motorsport park with the new dirt track and a dragway.

RETURN TO ICONIC TRACKS

Santa Maria Raceway – For the first time in 21 years, the World of Outlaws, on March 29, will return to Santa Maria Raceway in Nipomo, CA. The Series first visited the 1/3-mile track in with Sammy Swindell picking up the win. Jason Statler won the Series’ last race at the track in Steve Kinser’s seven wins at Santa Maria is the most of any World of Outlaws racer.

Lawton Speedway – On May 1, the World of Outlaws will return to the historic Lawton Speedway in Lawton, OK, for the first time since The quarter-mile track was one of the original tracks on the Series schedule in This year will be the Series’ ninth visit to the speedway. Sammy Swindell won the last World of Outlaws race at the track and is tied with Steve Kinser for the most wins there (3).

I Speedway – Nebraska will be a new stop on the World of Outlaws schedule in On June 3, the Series returns to I Speedway in Greenwood, NE. The Series first visited the 4/mile track in and ran there every year up until It then returned to the track in and ran there until Joey Saldana won the last race at the speedway.

The Dirt Oval at Route 66 – On June 17, the World of Outlaws will return to the Joliet, IL, track for the first time since The Series’ first visit to the track was in when it first opened. The track was a half-mile up until , when it was changed to its current 3/8-mile configuration. Ten-time Series champion Donny Schatz won the last race in

34 Raceway – After a five-year absence, the World of Outlaws will return July 10 to the 3/8-mile 34 Raceway in West Burlington, IA. There has yet to be a repeat winner in the Series’ four previous races at the track. Tony Bruce Jr. won the Series’ first race at the track in and Schatz won the last in

Ransomville Speedway – The World of Outlaws will expand their presence in New York in by returning to the half-mile Ransomville Speedway on July It will be the Series’ sixth visit to the speedway. David Gravel won the last race in and Dave Blaney won the first race in

Dakota State Fair Speedway – The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will make its third visit to the 3/8-mile Huron, SD, track on Saturday, Aug. The Series first visited the track in and its last race there was in – Schatz, of Fargo, ND, won both races.

Orange County Fair Speedway – After a visit to Ransomville Speedway and Weedsport Speedway, the World of Outlaws will close out its New York swing on Aug. 2 with a return to Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, NY, for the first time since The Series first visited the 5/8-mile speedway in and then 23 times after. Steve Kinser, who has the most wins at the track (6), won the first race in and Daryn Pittman won the last race in

Kokomo Speedway – Another track from the World of Outlaws’ inaugural tour will have a place on the schedule on Saturday, Oct. The Series last visited the quarter-mile Kokomo, IN, track in , with Joey Saldana picking up the win. Indiana-native and Series regular Kraig Kinser has two wins at the speedway.

BIG EVENTS REMAIN IN PLACE

The season will, again, kick off Feb. at Volusia Speedway Park for the three-day DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard Ford. It will then be followed by a Western tour of the country — including the $20,to-win event May 2 at Devil’s Bowl Speedway — before returning East for events like the two-day #LetsRaceTwo at Eldora Speedway and the Morgan Cup at Williams Grove Speedway.

 

The “summer of money” continues to grow with the June Jackson Nationals at the Jackson Motorplex now paying an incredible $,to-win. A month later the Series will be Eldora Speedway for the illustrious Kings Royal week, July And a month after that, from Aug. , it will be at the iconic Knoxville Nationals at Knoxville Raceway.

 

After traveling the country, The Dirt Track at Charlotte will once again play a key role in determining the Series champion. After racing in the United Rentals Patriot Nationals on Saturday, May 23, in the heart of NASCAR country, the season will conclude Nov. at The Dirt Track at Charlotte with the Can-Am World Finals, where Brad Sweet won the closest points battle in Series’ history last month.

 

Fans can purchase tickets for the events by going to WorldofOutlaws.com/tix.

FULL SCHEDULE
Fri-Sun, Feb. – Volusia Speedway Park – Barberville, FL
Friday, March 13 – Cotton Bowl Speedway – Paige, TX
Saturday, March 14 – LoneStar Speedway – Kilgore, TX
Saturday, March 21 – USA Raceway – Tucson, AZ
Sunday, March 22 – Arizona Speedway – San Tan Valley, AZ
Saturday, March 28 – Perris Auto Speedway – Perris, CA
Sunday, March 29 – Santa Maria Raceway – Nipomo, CA
Fri-Sat, April – Thunderbowl Raceway – Tulare, CA
Friday, April 10 – Ocean Speedway – Watsonville, CA
Saturday, April 11 – Calistoga Speedway – Calistoga, CA
Fri-Sat, April – Stockton Dirt Track – Stockton, CA
Fri-Sat, April – Vado Speedway Park – Vado, NM
Friday, May 1 – Lawton Speedway – Lawton, OK
Saturday, May 2 – Devil’s Bowl Speedway – Mesquite, TX
Wednesday, May 6 – Jacksonville Speedway – Jacksonville, IL
Fri-Sat, May – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH
Wednesday, May 13 – Lincoln Speedway – Abbottstown, PA
Fri-Sat, May – Williams Grove Speedway – Mechanicsburg, PA
Tuesday, May 19 – Bridgeport Speedway – Swedesboro, NJ
Saturday, May 23 – The Dirt Track at Charlotte – Concord, NC
Monday, May 25 – Lawrenceburg Speedway – Lawrenceburg, IN
Friday, May 29 – Lake Ozark Speedway – Eldon, MO
Saturday, May 30 – I Speedway – Odessa, MO
Wednesday, June 3 – I Speedway – Greenwood, NE
Friday, June 5 – River Cities Speedway – Grand Forks, ND
Saturday, June 6 – Granite City Speedway – Sauk Rapids, MN
Fri-Sat, June – Knoxville Raceway – Knoxville, IA
Wednesday, June 17 – The Dirt Oval at Route 66 – Joliet, IL
Friday, June 19 – Dubuque Speedway – Dubuque, IA
Saturday, June 20 – Beaver Dam Raceway – Beaver Dam, WI
Thu-Sat, June – Jackson Motorplex – Jackson, MN
Thu-Fri, July – Cedar Lake Speedway – New Richmond, WI
Friday, July 10 – 34 Raceway – West Burlington, IA
Saturday, July 11 – Wilmot Raceway – Wilmot, WI
Sunday, July 12 – Terre Haute Action Track – Terre Haute, IN
Tuesday, July 14 – Attica Raceway Park – Attica, OH
Thu-Sat, July – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH
Tuesday, July 21 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA
Fri-Sat, July – Williams Grove Speedway – Mechanicsburg, PA
Friday, July 31 – Ransomville Speedway – Ransomville, NY
Saturday, Aug. 1 – Weedsport Speedway – Weedsport, NY
Sunday, Aug. 2 – Orange County Fair Speedway – Middletown, NY
Fri-Sat, Aug. – Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I – Pevely, MO
Wed-Sat, Aug. – Knoxville Raceway – Knoxville, IA
Friday, Aug. 21 – River Cities Speedway – Grand Forks, ND
Saturday, Aug. 22 – Dakota State Fair Speedway – Huron, SD
Friday, Aug. 28 – Black Hills Speedway – Rapid City, SD
Saturday, Aug. 29 – Big Sky Speedway – Billings, MT
Fri-Sat, Sept. – Skagit Speedway – Alger, WA
Monday, Sept. 7 – Grays Harbor Raceway – Elma, WA
Wednesday, Sept. 9 – Willamette Speedway – Lebanon, OR
Fri-Sat, Sept. – Silver Dollar Speedway – Chico, CA
Friday, Sept. 18 – Stockton Dirt Track – Stockton, CA
Saturday, Sept. 19 – Calistoga Speedway – Calistoga, CA
Friday, Sept. 25 – Eldora Speedway – Rossburg, OH
Saturday, Sept. 26 – Lernerville Speedway – Sarver, PA
Fri-Sat, Oct. – Williams Grove Speedway – Mechanicsburg, PA
Fri-Sat, Oct. – Port Royal Speedway – Port Royal, PA
Friday, Oct. 16 – Lakeside Speedway – Kansas City, KS
Saturday, Oct. 17 – TBA
Saturday, Oct. 24 – Kokomo Speedway – Kokomo, IN
Thu-Sat, Nov. – The Dirt Track at Charlotte – Concord, NC
*Schedule subject to change

 

-World of Outlaws Press Release

-Photo credit: Speed51Photos.com

Sours: https://speedcom/world-of-outlaws-revealsschedule-for-sprint-cars/

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World of Outlaws

Car racing organization

The World of Outlaws (often abbreviated WoO) is an American motorsports sanctioning body. The body sanctions two major national touring series. It is best known for sanctioning a national tour of sprint cars called the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. It later purchased a national tour of late models called the World of Outlaws Late Model Series. These dirt track racing series are owned and operated by World Racing Group.[1] The Sprint Car Series is sponsored by Monster Beverage's NOS and the Late Model Series is sponsored by Morton Buildings, Inc.

World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series[edit]

Steve Kinser's World of Outlaws sprint car at the King's Royal race

The body sanctions a national tour of high power to weight, custom fabricated sprint cars called the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series. The race cars feature large adjustable wings on the top and large rear tires that transfer their power to the dirt tracks they race on. The series travels primarily the United States, but has sanctioned races in Canada, Mexico and Australia. The title sponsor is NOS Energy Drink.

The series was founded in by Ted Johnson, a former midget racer from Madison, Wisconsin. At the time sprint car racing in the United States lacked a true national series. Johnson organized the World of Outlaws sanctioning body and established a national schedule, a set of rules and a points system to crown a champion of his series.[2]

In , Johnson sold the series to Boundless Motor Sports Racing, later renamed DIrt Motorsports and currently World Racing Group.[3] In , the subscription-based streaming service DIRTvision was founded. It originally offered radio broadcasts of all races, and added video streaming to select races, until reaching the full calendar in Select races are broadcast on delay nationally on the CBS Sports Network[4][5] with MavTV showing the Knoxville National since [6] Previous broadcasters include The Nashville Network and Speed Channel shown live or on delay.

Sprint car specifications[edit]

According to World of Outlaws regulations, a WoO Sprint Car must weigh at least 1, pounds (kg) with the driver in the car.[citation needed]The mandated cubic inch engine ( litre) produces over horsepower, uses mechanical fuel injection and must run on methanol fuel. The series' specification tire manufacturer Continental AG works with the World of Outlaws to designate legal tire compounds for a circuit among different compounds available to competitors, as the tire must suitably respond to the track surface. Continental technicians will reject certain compounds at certain circuits if they are unfit for the surface or may provide an unfair advantage. The series' cars have a large top mounted wing with sideboards that face opposite directions to help produce a great amount of downforce to help the car turn and maximize grip, both in the corners and on the straightaways. The cars also have smaller wings on the nose to provide more downforce to the front wheels.[7]

Sprint cars use "quick change" rear ends. This allows the teams to quickly change the gear ratio for different size tracks. Most cars use a torsion bar suspension system. Different size bars either soften or stiffen the suspension. Torsion bars, and specialty shock absorbers are the key ingredients in the handling of sprint cars. That coupled with the wings, tire stagger, light weight, and enormous horsepower make these cars some of the fastest race cars in the world. The monstrous power-to-weight ratios of Sprint Cars can exceed that of Formula 1 cars in the right circumstances.

Sprint Cars have a very distinct stance since they have two very different sized rear tires. The right rear tire on a sprint car is inches in circumference. In contrast, the left rear tire is only between 90 and 98 inches in circumference, depending on the track size and conditions. The difference in the tire sizes is called stagger. The more stagger the car has, the sharper the car can turn, but at the expense of straight line speed.[7]

Sprint cars do not have starters, so push trucks are used to push the cars to start the engines. Sprint Cars only have an in/out direct drive with a fixed gear ratio, no reverse gear and no clutch.[7]

Typical race night program[edit]

1. Motor Heat & Wheel pack

2. Hot laps (practice laps)

3. Time trials (time trials or qualifying, usually two laps with the fastest lap being the qualifying time)

4. Heat races (set based on qualifying time)

5. DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash (sets the top three or four rows of the fastest cars for the A-main)

6. Last Chance Showdown (B-Main, C-Main or D-Main depending on car count)

7. Feature (A-Main, which can be anywhere from 25 to 55 laps)

Past Champions[edit]

Source:[2]

Top 25 all-time A-Feature winners[edit]

Note: Includes all full-field preliminary race wins. Those with a yellow background indicates Knoxville National winners. Updated February 7, [11]

World of Outlaws Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year[edit]

Source:[2]

SeasonDriver
Tim Green
Bobby Davis, Jr.
Jeff Swindell
Brad Doty
No award issued
Mark Kinser, Greg Wooley
No award issued
Johnny Herrera
Cris Eash
Andy Hillenburg
Joe Gaerte
Stevie Smith
Jim Carr
Aaron Berryhill
Greg Hodnett
Sid Blandford
Randy Hannagan
Joey Saldana
Donny Schatz
Dale Blaney
Tim Shaffer
Danny Wood
Jeff Shepard
No award issued
Jason Sides
Kraig Kinser
Shane Stewart
Chad Kemenah
Kerry Madsen
Lucas Wolfe
Brian Ellenberger
Ben Gregg
Cody Darrah
No award issued
David Gravel
Brad Sweet
Jason Johnson
Greg Wilson
Sheldon Haudenschild
Ian Madsen
Carson Macedo
Wayne Johnson

Popular Events[edit]

Here is a list of top paying and more popular race events each year. Most are two days or more.

Final night features are usually based on points earned on the previous night's races.

An asterisk marks single-day events where the entire program is run on one day.

Track Event Winner's purse
Eldora Speedway * Kings Royal $,
Knoxville Raceway Knoxville Nationals $,
Williams Grove Speedway National Open $75,
Port Royal Speedway Tuscarora 50 $51,
Jackson Motorplex Jackson Nationals $30,
Williams Grove Speedway Summer Nationals $25,
Lernerville Speedway * Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup $25,
Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I Iroman 55 $20,
Devil's Bowl Speedway Texas Outlaw Nationals $20,
Eldora Speedway Knight Before the Kings Royal $12,
Silver Dollar Speedway Gold Cup Race of Champions $12,
The Dirt Track at Charlotte World Finals $12,
Eldora Speedway * 4-Crown Nationals $10,
Volusia Speedway Park Dirt Car Nationals 3 Day Event $10,
Attica Raceway Park * Brad Doty Classic $10,

Notable drivers who have raced with the World of Outlaws Sprint Cars Series[edit]

Driver
Steve Kinsertime series champion, career WoO wins, time Knoxville Nationals winner, "The King of Sprint Car Racing", National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Sammy Swindell–, WoO Series champion, WoO series wins, Knoxville Nationals winner, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Doug Wolfgang career WoO wins and 5-time Knoxville Nationals winner, – Knoxville Raceway track champion, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Donny Schatztime Series Champion, career WoO wins, time Knoxville Nationals winner.
Mark Kinser and WoO Series Champion, WoO series wins, 3-time Knoxville Nationals winner, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Danny Lasoski Champion, WoO series wins, 4-time Knoxville Nationals winner, IROC race winner, time Knoxville Raceway Champion, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Joey Saldana career WoO wins, won 20 feature events in , 2-time Kings Royal winner, 2-time Gold Cup winner, 74 All Star Circuit of Champions wins
Lee Osbornefounding member of WoO, 6 career WoO wins. Won the , , All Star Circuit of Champions Championship, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member. Founder of OzCar chassis, builds custom hot rods in New York.
Bobby Allenfounding member of WoO and posted 30 career wins, Knoxville Nationals winner, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member, WoO Shark Racing team owner
Rick Ferkelfounding member of WoO, 21 series wins, known as the Ohio Traveler, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Jac HaudenschildWinner of the biggest race in Sprint Car history Mopar Million, 72 WoO series wins, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Ron Shuman Knoxville Nationals winner, 24 WoO series wins, 4-time CRA Sprint car champion, 3-time SCRA sprint car champion, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Dave BlaneyFormer NASCARSprint Cup Series driver, WoO Series Champion, 94 WoO wins, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Shane Carsonformer WoO driver, promoter, VP of race operations, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member and board member, Knoxville Track Champion, NCRA Dirt Champ series champion
Jeff Gordon4-time NASCARSprint Cup Series Champion, 12 USAC Midget wins, 2 USAC Silver Crown wins, 5 USAC Sprint wins, USAC Midget Champion, USAC Silver Crown Champion
Kasey KahneNASCARSprint Cup Series driver, USAC Midget Champion, 11 USAC Midget wins, 3 USAC Silver Crown wins, WoO team owner
Tony Stewart3-time NASCARSprint Cup Series Champion, USAC Triple Crown Champion, WoO Team owner, Eldora Speedway track owner, All Star Circuit of Champions series owner.
Ken SchraderNASCARSprint Cup Series driver, 21 USAC Midget wins, 6 USAC Silver Crown wins, 4 USAC Sprint wins, USAC Silver Crown Champion, USAC Sprint Champion
Kyle Larson NASCARNationwide SeriesRookie of the Year, NASCARSprint Cup SeriesRookie of the Year, and Chili Bowl (race) midget champion
Johnny Herrera Eldora Speedway Kings Royal Winner, sprint car track champion at Knoxville Raceway
Greg Hodnett5-time Williams Grove track champion, 73 Williams Grove track wins, time WoO race winner, 52 wins at Port Royal Speedway, 4-time Central PA Champion
Don Kreitz JrNational Sprint Car Hall of Fame member, 12 WoO series wins, 83 Williams Grove Speedway wins and 4-time track champion, Pennsylvania team owner
Keith KauffmanNational Sprint Car Hall of Fame member, time Port Royal Speedway Champion ( wins), 2-time Williams Grove Speedway Champion (51 wins)
Bobby Davis Jr. WoO Series Champion, 66 WoO series wins, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Lealand McSpadden, , Western World Champion, Chili Bowl (race) Midget Champion, Belleville Midget Champion, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member
Christopher Bell, , and Chili Bowl (race) champion, NASCAR Cup Series driver
Rico AbreuFormer NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver. and Chili Bowl (race) midget champion
Brad Doty18 WoO series wins, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member, Media member and Doty Classic race promoter
Erin CrockerFirst female driver to win a World of Outlaws event, former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series driver, radio journalist.
Bryan Clauson38 USAC Midget wins, 2 USAC Silver Crown wins, 41 USAC Sprint wins, – USAC Midget Champion, – USAC Sprint Champion, Chili Bowl (race) champion, , , Indianapolis starter, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame member.
Jason Johnson Knoxville Nationals winner, 12 WoO series wins, 5-time ASCS National Sprint car champion, 79 ASCS National wins, 9 All Star Circuit of Champions wins
Brad Sweet and WoO Series Champion, 58 career WoO wins, Knoxville Nationals winner, former NASCAR Camping World Truck Series and Nationwide Series driver.

Late Model Series[edit]

Main article: World of Outlaws Late Model Series

Operating since , the Late Model Series is a racing championship series for late models.

References[edit]

  1. ^"WorldRacingGroup.com". Retrieved September 12,
  2. ^ abc"World of Outlaws History". woosprint.com. Retrieved August 1,
  3. ^Dirt Motorsports - Dirt Track Racing - The Power Of Dirt - Rob Fisher, Hot Rod magazine, 22 January
  4. ^"CBS Sports Network To Air WoO, Super DIRT Action". Performance Racing Industry. October 8, Retrieved August 1,
  5. ^"World of Outlaws Sprint Cars". Retrieved December 13,
  6. ^"MAVTV TO AIR NATIONALS". www.knoxvilleraceway.com. Retrieved May 26,
  7. ^ abcWorld of Outlaws World Finals Official Program
  8. ^http://woosprint.com/news/race-reports/race-reports/stevie-smith-scores-national-open-title
  9. ^Wackerlin, Jeff (November 10, ). "Pittman Wins Closest Title Battle". Concord, North Carolina: Motor Racing Network. Archived from the original on November 29, Retrieved November 17,
  10. ^"Donny Schatz wins fifth World of Outlaws championship". motorsport.com. November 3, Retrieved August 1,
  11. ^http://www.woosprint.com/fan-guide/history

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_of_Outlaws
World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars at Granite City Motor Park June 5, 2021 - HIGHLIGHTS

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