Eckert Hopes To End World of Outlaws Late Model Series Winless Streak During Labor Day Weekend Tripleheader

Pennsylvania Driver Eyes Home-State Events at Lernerville & Selinsgrove

CONCORD, N.C. – Aug. 27, 2014 – Time is running out on Rick Eckert.

With seven races remaining on the 2014 World of Outlaws Late Model Series schedule, Eckert, the national tour's 2011 champion and fourth all-time winningest driver, is dangerously close to ending the season winless on the series for just the second time in 10 years and for the first time since 2007.

"That would be a big disappointment," said Eckert, the 48-year-old York, Pa., driver who has followed the WoO LMS full time since its modern era began in 2004. "You surely don't want to go a whole year and not get a win on the series you race; that's not a very good sign. We're doing our best to avoid it, but we obviously got to do it here soon 'cause we're running out of races."

Eckert will have ample opportunity to break into victory lane this weekend as the WoO LMS heads for a tripleheader in his home state of Pennsylvania. The series kicks off the holiday weekend Friday evening at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver for the inaugural Working Man 50 before heading to Selinsgrove (Pa.) Speedway for the Showdown on Sand Hill on Saturday and the Late Model National Open on Sunday.

Eckert, whose national traveling duties only allow him a few chances each year to race close to home, would like nothing more than to end his year-long WoO LMS winless streak in front of his home-state fans.

"I'd like to win anywhere at this point, but it would be nice if we win one close to home like that," said Eckert, who began his Late Model career at Selinsgrove in the mid-80s. "Racing close to home like that is always neat. Your family and friends can come, which is always a plus and charges everybody up.

"We're racing on two good tracks. Lernerville is a really racy place that pretty much everyone enjoys going to. Selinsgrove, the last couple years has been really good. Between those two, hopefully we can get it done because there's no excuse not to."

Indeed, Eckert doesn't have much room for excuses for his WoO LMS drought. The 2014 season was expected to be a great year for the veteran racer after he was tapped to drive the Rocket Chassis house car in place of three-time WoO LMS champion Josh Richards, who has been sidelined all season with medical issues.

Headed by Rocket Chassis co-founder Mark Richards, the Rocket house car team ranks among the top Dirt Late Model rides in the country. But Eckert and the Rocket crew haven't clicked like one might expect a top-flight race team and a Hall of Fame shoo-in driver. His only victories in the famous blue No. 1 machine came away from the WoO LMS in a pair of DIRTcar Summer Nationals Hell Tour events in June.

As for Eckert's WoO LMS campaign, the consistency has been there with 14 top-five and 25 top-10 finishes in 31 WoO LMS A-Mains putting Eckert second in the series standings. But he hasn't found that extra gear to help him break into victory lane or seriously challenge points leader Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., who is headed toward his third series title with a whopping 13 A-Main victories this season.

"They have a lot more stuff to work with and they have a great team here," Eckert said of the Rocket house car program. "Their budget's a lot better than mine has been so that in turn should mean results, but I haven't been able to give it to them. It doesn't help that Darrell's been a little bit hoggish and takes half the wins, but even as good as he is, we should be winning races.

"It's not because of lack of effort on anybody's behalf. They've been working hard and I've been doing as good as I can. We just haven't been able to put a whole night together. One night we'll qualifying good and the next night we'll race good but we start too far back. Maybe one of these days we can finally put a whole night together and breakthrough the ice and get moving 'cause we're running out of time."

There have indeed been some growing pains for both Eckert and the Rocket crew as they've attempted to find the right combination. Eckert tries his best to communicate what he needs the car to do and the crew do their best to dial in the car's setup in order to make it happen. But between Eckert, who has driven Bloomquist Race Cars in recent seasons, getting the feel of a new car and the Rocket crew learning what kind of setup their new driver likes, things haven't progressed as expected.

"When I had my own team I didn't have a lot of help, so I was pretty much the crew chief, the driver, the wash boy, everything," said Eckert, who spent the past four years fielding his own equipment after spending the previous 15 years driving for the late Raye Vest. "I don't have near as many jobs here so I'm not as hands-on as I'm used to being.

"It's harder to communicate, and we're in a totally different car than I've ever raced. The changes I'm used to making is changes they're not used to making and they're used to having a different driver and he drove different than I do. But they'll change anything I want to and they've got pretty much anything I need. The only thing we're missing is results."

Eckert hopes he and the Rocket team can find the right combination and find their way into victory lane during this weekend's events at Lernerville and Selinsgrove. While there will still be four more races for him to get it done following the Labor Day weekend triple, he'd like to go ahead and rule out the possibility of a winless season sooner rather than later in order to also set himself up for a another win or two before the year is over.

"The way racing goes, you get it turned around and win one, it doesn't make any sense, but a lot of times that second does come a lot easier," Eckert said. "Maybe if we can finally just get that first one under belt, we can click off a few more.

"It'll be disappointing if we don't win one before it's over. That's not the way you want to spend your winter. If you don't win one weekend, you've got four or five days to think about it before you go race the next weekend. If you go a whole year without winning, you've got to sit there and think about it all winter. That's a situation I don't want to be in."

Tickets for Friday's Working Man 50 at Lernerville Speedway are available for purchase online for only $29 at www.WorldofOutlaws.com/tickets or by calling the track at 724-353-1511. General admission gates open at 5 p.m. on Friday with opening ceremonies scheduled for 7:15.

At Selinsgrove, gates open at 4 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday with qualifying set for 7. Gerneral admission for Saturday's Showdown on Sand Hill are $35 for adults and $20 for students ages 12-17. On Sunday, adult admission is $35. For more information, visit the track's website at www.selinsgrovespeedway.com.

For more information on the WoO LMS, visit www.worldofoutlaws.com. Fans can also follow the WoO LMS on Twitter at Twitter.com/WoOLateModels and Facebook at Facebook.com/WorldofOutlaws.

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series is brought to fans across the country by many important sponsors and partners, including: American Racing Custom Wheels (Official Custom Wheel), Arizona Sport Shirts (Official Apparel Company), Armor All (Official Car Care Products), Hoosier Racing Tires (Official Racing Tires), Lincoln Welder (Official Welder), STP (Official Fuel Treatment), VP Racing Fuel (Official Racing Fuel), DirtonDirt.com (Hard Charger Award) and McCarthy's One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning (Raye Vest Memorial Pill Draw Award); in addition to contingency sponsors: Butlerbuilt, Cometic Gasket, Comp Cams, Edelbrock, JE Pistons, JRI Shocks, Mobil 1, MSD, Ohlins Shocks, QuarterMaster, Penske Shocks, Roush Yates Performance Parts, Superflow Dynos and Wrisco Aluminum; along with manufacturer sponsors Capital Race Cars, Integra Shocks, Intercomp, Jake's Carts, Racing Electronics, Rocket Chassis, and TNT Rescue.

Curtis Roberts Enjoys Dream Night at I-96 Speedway, Scores First World of Outlaws Late Model Series Victory

Michigan Driver Thrills Home-State Crowd in Claiming the NAPA Lake Odessa 50 Presented by Keyser

LAKE ODESSA, Mich. – Aug. 22, 2014 – Curtis Roberts lived his dream Friday night at I-96 Speedway.

A regional racer for more than 20 years, Roberts, 47, of Coleman, Mich., took the lead when Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga., suffered a flat right-rear tire on lap 42 of the NAPA Lake Odessa 50 Presented by Keyser A-Main and held off a furious charge by Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., through the race's finale eight laps to claim his first career World of Outlaws Late Model Series victory.

Roberts earned and career-high $10,550 for his breakthrough victory and thrilled a large crowd of his home-state fans as the 3/8-mile oval hosted the national tour first time since 2007.

"I've been racing a lot of years and this is definitely my biggest win," said Roberts, who became the fourth first-time winner on the WoO LMS this season. "To come in here and beat these guys – the best drivers in the country – it's a dream come true. This is really just unbelievable."

Surrounded by a pack of WoO LMS stars, Roberts turned in the performance of his life in Friday's A-Main. Starting from the pole, Roberts slipped into second behind Clanton on the race's opening lap and turned back challenges from series veteran Chub Frank of Bear Lake, Pa., through the first half of the 50-lapper.

After pulling away from Frank after the halfway point, Roberts appeared to be headed for a runner-up result until Clanton's demise put him out front. Roberts continued his impressive performance by holding off Lanigan in a tense battle that saw the two-time series champion and current points leader pull even with Roberts with a hard charge into the final turn.

"I could hear (Lanigan)," Roberts said. "I didn't know for sure who it was, I just said, 'Hey, keep hitting your marks, you've been doing good the whole race. Just keep it up. Don't mess up.' "

Just as he had all race, Roberts remained steady and pulled back ahead down the homestretch, forcing Lanigan to settle for the runner-up finish in his self-designed Club 29 Race Car. Frank, who claimed the only previous WoO LMS stop at I-96 in 2007, was third in the Sorbera Chiropractic Rocket, while 2006 WoO LMS champion Tim McCreadie of Watertown, N.Y., took fourth in the Sweeteners Plus Rocket ahead of leading series rookie Frank Heckenast Jr. of Frankfort, Ill., in the Heckenast Racing Club 29 car.

After taking second from Frank on the race's final restart on lap 42, Lanigan followed Roberts' line around the track's top groove before moving lower on the track to make his bid for the lead though the final corner. Lanigan crossed the finish line a mere 0.408 seconds behind Roberts, notching his 26th top-five finish in 30 WoO LMS A-Mains this season.

"He was super good around the top," Lanigan said, describing how Roberts mastered the tricky cushion that kept drivers on their toes throughout the event. "I gave it a last-lap effort there to try to get it done, but he did a good job. Starting sixth and to come home second, I'm definitely happy. He did a great job to get his first win – super job."

After lowering the track record in time trials and dominating his heat race, Clanton appeared headed for victory in dominating the majority of the main event. He built leads of more than a straightaway at times and continued to pull away from his chasers even in traffic. But his bid to end his year-long WoO LMS winless streak came to an early end when he slowed in turn two with 42 laps completed.

"It's heartbreaking, but that's racing," said Clanton, who debuted a new Capital Race Car in Friday's event. "This being a brand new race car, as good as it was you can't ask for much more. Set a new track record, won the heat, led every lap that we were on the racetrack – that's a pretty good night. It just sucks that Lady Luck got us."

Restarting second after the lap-42 caution for Clanton, Frank was aiming to end a winless streak even longer than Clanton's, but he was unable to challenge Roberts as the race went back green and Lanigan drove by for the second spot.

"We just weren't any good on the restarts," said Frank, whose winless stretch on the WoO LMS reached exactly five years on Friday. "I don't know why – if it was tires or what. I just needed a few laps to get going and just could not get going on the restarts."

Rick Eckert of York, Pa., drove the Rocket Chassis house car to a sixth-place finish, while Morgan Bagley of Longview, Texas finished seventh in the P&W Sales Rocket. Clint Smith of Senoia, Ga., was eighth in the Todd Wood Racing Rocket with Eric Wells ninth in the Wells Motorsports Rocket and Mike Spatola 10th in a Warrior Race Car.

The race was slowed by four cautions, the first appearing when Rusty Schlenk of McClure, Ohio had mechanical issues with 23 laps complete. The next yellow flag waved on lap 35 when WoO LMS rookie contender Chase Junghans of Manhattan, Kan., slowed on the front straightaway, collecting Tim Fuller of Watertown, N.Y. Jeep Van Wormer of Pinconning, Mich., spun to bring out a lap-36 caution, and Clanton's flat tire caused the final caution on lap 42.

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series completes its doubleheader weekend with a visit to Merritt Speedway in Lake City, Mich., on Saturday for the NAPA Merritt 50. Gates open at 4 p.m. at the 3/8-mile oval with qualifying scheduled for 6 and racing to follow at 7. General admission prices are $30 for adults and $6 for children ages 6-15. Additional information is available on the track's website at www.merrittspeedwaymi.com

For more information on the WoO LMS, visit www.worldofoutlaws.com. Fans can also follow the WoO LMS on Twitter at Twitter.com/WoOLateModels and Facebook at Facebook.com/WorldofOutlaws.

Results of World of Outlaws Late Model Series NAPA Lake Odessa 50 Presented by Keyser at I-96 Speedway (Finishing Position/Start/Driver/Laps Completed/Money Won):

1. (1) Curtis Roberts/50 $10,550
2. (6) Darrell Lanigan/50 $5,650
3. (3) Chub Frank/50 $3,550
4. (5) Tim McCreadie/50 $3,200
5. (4) Frank Heckenast Jr./50 $2,800
6. (12) Rick Eckert/50 $1,350
7. (15) Morgan Bagley/50 $1,950
8. (7) Clint Smith/50 $1,900
9. (9) Eric Wells/50 $1,800
10. (17) Mike Spatola/50 $1,200
11. (18) Jeep Van Wormer/50 $1,050
12. (16) Brandon Thirlby/50 $1,000
13. (10) Boom Briggs/50 $1,550
14. (22) Eric Spangler/50 $950
15. (2) Shane Clanton/42 $1,400
16. (8) Tim Fuller/35 $800
17. (11) Chase Junghans/34 $1,320
18. (20) Casey Noonan/24 $750
19. (13) Rusty Schlenk/23 $730
20. (23) Herb Reich/21 $700
21. (19) Ryan VanderVeen/20 $700
22. (20) Bry Sloan/7 $700
23. (24) Bill Bray/3 $700
24. (14) Brady Smith/1 $725

* Earnings include Winners Circle program and cash contingency award bonuses

Time of Race: 26 Mins. 54 Secs.
Margin of Victory: 0.408 seconds
Yellow Flags: 4 (laps 23, 35, 36 & 42)
Lap Leaders: Clanton (1-42); Roberts (43-50)
Provisional Starters: Reich, Bray
WoO LMS 'Bonus Bucks' Winner: Curtis Roberts ($500)

Ohlins Shocks Time Trial Results (Position/No./Driver/Hometown/Best Lap):

Group A

1. 89-Mike Spatola, Manhattan, Ill., 16.159
2. 9r-Curtis Roberts, Coleman, Mich., 16.499
3. 99jr-Frank Heckenast Jr., Frankfort, Ill., 16.501
4. 44-Clint Smith, Senoia, Ga., 16.628
5. 91-Rusty Schlenk, McClure, Ohio, 16.816
6. 23v-Ryan VanderVeen, Six Lakes, Mich., 16.857
7. 18-Eric Wells, Hazard, Ky., 16.910
8. 1*B-Boom Briggs, Bear Lake, Pa., 16.943
9. 39-Tim McCreadie, Watertown, N.Y., 17.015
10. 2-Brady Smith, Solon Springs, Wis., 17.420
11. 94-Bill Bray, Spring Lake, Mich., 17.596
12. 22-Kevin Juusola, Muskegon, Mich., 17.603
13. 52A-Brad Harden, Ovid, Mich., 17.932
14. 87-Rich Neiser, Fruitport, Mich., 17.987
15. 2s-Bry Sloan, Lowell, Mich., 18.436
16. 66-Kurt Mesman, Wyoming, Mich., 19.551
17. 41-Jason Playter Jr., Saranac, Mich., no time

Group B

1. 25-Shane Clanton, Zebulon, Ga., 16.000
2. 29-Darrell Lanigan, Union, Ky., 16.224
3. 1*-Chub Frank, Bear Lake, Pa., 16.435
4. 19-Tim Fuller, Watertown, N.Y., 16.482
5. 55-Jeep Van Wormer, Piconning, Mich., 16.543
6. 1-Rick Eckert, York, Pa., 16.559
7. 18c-Chase Junghans, Manhattan, Kan., 16.606
8. 1N-Casey Noonan, Sylvania, Ohio, 16.613
9. 14m-Morgan Bagley, Longview, Texas, 16.653
10. m14-Brandon Thirlby, Traverse City, Mich., 16.785
11. 34-Herb Reich, Ann Arbor, Mich., 17.076
12. 21-Tom Sprague, Muskegon, Mich., 17.555
13. 1G-Greg Gokey, Buckley, Mich., 17.650
14. 27-Eric Spangler, Lake City, Mich., 17.884
15. 28-John McDonald, North Muskegon, Mich., 18.963
16. 8G-Keith Gentz, Grant, Mich., 19.484
17. 21t-Derek Thebo, Ionia, Mich., no time

Heat No. 1 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): Heckenst, McCreadie, Wells, Schlenk, Spatola, Sloan, Bray, Harden, Playter.

Heat No. 2 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): Roberts, C. Smith, Briggs, B. Smith, VanderVeen, Neiser, Juusole, Mesman.

Heat No. 3 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): Clanton, Frank, Junghans, Bagley, Van Wormer, Reich, Gokey, Thebo, McDonald.

Heat No. 4 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): Lanigan, Fuller, Eckert, Thirlby, Noonan, Spangler, Sprague, Gentz.

B-Main No. 1 (12 laps – Top 3 Transfer): Spatola, VanderVeen, Sloan, Juusole, Bray, Neiser. Did not start: Harden, Playter, Mesman.

B-Main No. 2 (12 laps – Top 3 Transfer): Van Wormer, Noonan, Spangler, Reich, Gokey, Thebo, Gentz, McDonald.

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Contingency Award Winners (awards presented to noted finisher/qualifier or next highest displaying decal):

Ohlins Shocks ($50 cash to fast qualifier): Mike Spatola
Comp Cams ($50 certificate to A-Main winner): Curtis Roberts
MSD Ignition ($50 cash to A-Main winner): Curtis Roberts
Quartermaster ($100 certificate to A-Main winner): Curtis Roberts
Wrisco (three sheets of aluminum/certificate to A-Main winner): Curtis Roberts
STP ($50 cash to 2nd-place finisher in A-Main): Darrell Lanigan
Penske Racing Shocks ($50 to 3rd-place finisher in A-Main): Eric Wells
Roush-Yates ($50 cash to 4th-place finisher in A-Main): Tim McCreadie
Mobile 1 ($50 cash to 4th-place finisher in A-Main): Tim McCreadie
JE Pistons ($50 cash to 5th-place finisher in A-Main): Frank Heckenast Jr.
Lincoln Welders ($50 cash to 6th-place finisher in A-Main): Morgan Bagley
American Racing Wheels ($50 cash to 7th-place finisher in A-Main): Clint Smith
VP Racing Fuels ($50 cash to 8th-place finisher in A-Main): Clint Smith
Edelbrock ($50 cash to 9th-place finisher in A-Main): Eric Wells
Comp Cams ($50 cash to 10th-place finisher in A-Main): Mike Spatola
Cometic ($50 cash to 12th-place finisher in A-Main): Boom Briggs
JRI Shocks ($50 cash to 13th-place finisher in A-Main): Boom Briggs
Superflow Dynos ($50 cash to 14th-place finisher in A-Main): Eric Spangler
Quartermaster ($25 certificate to 15th-place finisher in A-Main): Shane Clanton
JE Pistons (one set of rings certificate to 16th-place finisher in A-Main): Tim Fuller
Roush-Yates ($50 certificate to 18th-place finisher in A-Main): Casey Noonan
Quartermaster ($50 certificate to 19th-place finisher in A-Main): Herb Reich
Arizona Sports Shirts ($100 certificate to 20th-place finisher in A-Main): Herb Reich
Mobil 1 (20% off gift certificate to 20th-place finisher in A-Main): Herb Reich
JE Pistons (one set of rings certificate to 21st-place finisher in A-Main): Ryan VanderVeen
Roush-Yates ($50 certificate to 22nd-place finisher in A-Main): Brady Smith
MSD Ignition ($25 cash to 24th-place finisher in A-Main): Brady Smith
Armor All (one case of product to highest-finishing non-WoO driver): Curtis Roberts
Reliable Painting award (one free tire): Rick Eckert

2014 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Point Standings as of Aug. 22 – 30 A-Mains completed (rank/driver/points/deficit to leader):

1. Darrell Lanigan 4,254
2. Rick Eckert 3,984 (-270)
3. Tim McCreadie 3,946 (-308)
4. Morgan Bagley 3,786 (-468)
5. Chub Frank 3,764 (-490)
6. Eric Wells 3,722 (-532)
7. Shane Clanton 3,682 (-572)
8. Frank Heckenast Jr. 3,658 (-596)
9. Clint Smith 3,514 (-740)
10. Chase Junghans 3,398 (-856)
11. Rick 'Boom' Briggs 3,264 (-990)
12. Tim Fuller 2,530 (-1,724)

Rookie of the Year Standings as of Aug. 14 (27 A-Mains completed; best 25 races counted)

1. Frank Heckenast Jr. 3,286
2. Chase Junghans 3,048 (-238)
3. Boom Briggs 2,946 (-340)

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series is brought to fans across the country by many important sponsors and partners, including: American Racing Custom Wheels (Official Custom Wheel), Arizona Sport Shirts (Official Apparel Company), Armor All (Official Car Care Products), Hoosier Racing Tires (Official Racing Tires), Lincoln Welder (Official Welder), STP (Official Fuel Treatment), VP Racing Fuel (Official Racing Fuel), DirtonDirt.com (Hard Charger Award) and McCarthy's One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning (Raye Vest Memorial Pill Draw Award); in addition to contingency sponsors: Butlerbuilt, Cometic Gasket, Comp Cams, Edelbrock, JE Pistons, JRI Shocks, Mobil 1, MSD, Ohlins Shocks, QuarterMaster, Penske Shocks, Roush Yates Performance Parts, Superflow Dynos and Wrisco Aluminum; along with manufacturer sponsors Capital Race Cars, Integra Shocks, Intercomp, Jake's Carts, Racing Electronics, Rocket Chassis, and TNT Rescue.

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CBS Sports Network to Air 2013 World of Outlaws and Super DIRT Week Action

Programming airs Sundays at 9:00 PM ET beginning Sunday, Nov. 3

CONCORD, N.C. - Oct. 7, 2013 - CBS Sports Network will air six major events from the World of Outlaws and Super DIRT Week, as well as a special countdown show, beginning on Sunday, Nov. 3, and continuing each Sunday at 9:00 PM, ET through Dec. 22.

Coverage on CBS Sports Network kicks off with a one-hour special program entitled World of Outlaws WOW!, documenting the "Top 10 reasons why they call it 'The Greatest Show on Dirt!'" The show features wild flips, great championship battles and much more.

The first race premieres Sunday, Nov. 10, with a two-hour telecast of WoO STP Sprint Car Series action from Williams Grove Speedway.

"This is big news for our sport. CBS Sports Network is available to a wide audience and will consistently deliver an enhanced, high-quality production," said World of Outlaws/DIRTcar CMO Ben Geisler. "It was important for us to get back to a consistent time slot, and we are excited to make that happen for our fans."

The coverage includes World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series events this fall from Williams Grove Speedway and Rolling Wheels Raceway Park, in addition to the crown jewel 42nd Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, N.Y., and the World of Outlaws World Finals from The Dirt Track at Charlotte featuring the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars, World of Outlaws Late Model Series and Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds.

Nationally acclaimed drag racing announcer Dave Rieff will anchor the broadcasts, returning to his dirt track roots. Prior to a long career broadcasting NHRA events, Dave got his start at short tracks in Iowa, eventually becoming the lead announcer at Knoxville Raceway. The broadcast team will also include sprint car hall-of-famer Brad Doty providing analysis in the booth and Bobby Gerould interacting with drivers in the pits, with cameos from other experts along the way.

CBS Sports Network is available across the country through local cable, video and telco providers and via satellite on DirecTV Channel 221 and Dish Network Channel 158. For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to www.cbssportsnetwork.com .

2013 World of Outlaws TV Schedule (All Times Eastern)

Air Date Air Time Show

Nov. 3 (Sun.) 9 p.m.-10 p.m. World of Outlaws WOW! Top 10 Countdown Show

Nov. 10 (Sun.) 9 p.m.-11 p.m. World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars from Williams Grove Speedway, Mechanicsburg, Pa., National Open Night #1 on Oct. 4

Nov. 17 (Sun.) 9 p.m.-11 p.m. World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars from Williams Grove Speedway, Mechanicsburg, Pa., National Open Night #2 on Oct. 5

Dec. 1 (Sun.) 9 p.m.-11 p.m. World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars at Rolling Wheels Raceway, Elbridge, N.Y., on Oct. 12

Dec. 8 (Sun.) 9 p.m.-11 p.m. Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds from N.Y. State Fairgrounds, Syracuse, N.Y., Super DIRT Week on Oct. 13

Dec. 15 (Sun.) 9 p.m.-Midnight World of Outlaws World Finals Night #1 featuring World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars, World of Outlaws Late Models, Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds from The Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, N.C., on Nov. 8

Dec. 22 (Sun.) 9 p.m.-Midnight World of Outlaws World Finals Night #2 featuring World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars, World of Outlaws Late Models, Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds from The Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, N.C., on Nov. 9

About World of Outlaws
The World of Outlaws®, a sports entertainment company based in Concord, N.C., is a world leader in the sanctioning and promotion of dirt track auto racing, and owns and operates the highest profile national touring series for dirt track racing in the North America, the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series and the World of Outlaws Late Model Series. The World of Outlaws sanctions nearly 150 events annually at dirt tracks across the United States and Canada. In addition, World of Outlaws races can be heard online at DIRTVision.com ®. To learn more about the World of Outlaws, visit WorldofOutlaws.com.

 

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