iRacingCARR

Carr Captures First Win at Volusia Speedway Park

by Randy Chenowth

iRACING — July 30, 2018 — The sixth round of the iRacing World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series was another one for the record books. Hard racing all night ended with Austin Carr edging out points leader Howard Weaver for his first win in the Series.

This week gave the competitors a little nudge with the official announcement of the Championship prize package. It includes a VIP trip to the World of Outlaws World Finals in early November and an invitation to attend and be acknowledged as Champion at the World of Outlaws Banquet. The Champion will walk away with a point fund check of $3,000 (plus his weekly purse winnings), an official World of Outlaws Championship trophy, a Craftsman Mechanics Tool Set, and an MPI steering wheel, as well as a one-on-one instructional session with Clint Bowyer in his two-seater Late Model. Bowyer will show techniques and lines and then turn the wheel over to the champ. It’s going to be a great week for whoever wins.

Read more: iRacing: Carr Captures Volusia

iRacingLEON

Championship Fight Picks up at Charlotte

by Randy Chenowth

iRACING — July 16, 2018 — The Dirt Track at Charlotte delivered another exciting championship event. Leonhardi took home his first win of the season, while the rest of the pack scrapped for second and back.

The three heat races went off without a hitch. While there wasn’t an overwhelming amount of passing, the racing was still very aggressive between the pack. Heat 1 saw Zach Leonhardi, Alex Bergeron, John Fidler, and David Heileman advance. In Heat 2, Drew Herchko, Dylan Houser, Casey Kirwan, and Phil Diaz moved on. Heat 3 let Kevin Dedmon, Charles Cosper, Nick Cooper, and Adam Elby get the direct pass to the Feature.

Read more: iRacing: Leonhardi Leads Charlotte Field

MCKINNEY

Speed and Luck Run in the Family

by Randy Chenowth

iRACING — July 2, 2108 — The fourth round of the World Of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series paid a visit to the Sprint Car Capitol of the World. While being renowned for sprint car racing, the Late Model drivers were really excited about this upcoming race with several saying it could be one of the most exciting races of the season; and it didn't disappoint.

The night began standard enough with names like Drew Herchko, Alex Bergeron, Howard Weaver, and Austen Semmelmann topping the qualifying charts. The heats were entertaining as the track slowly started to wear in.

Read more: iRacing: McKinney Bros Dominate Knoxville

BergeronIRACING

Bergeron Keeps the Streak Alive at Eldora Speedway

iRACING — June 18, 2018 — The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series was hosted at Eldora Speedway last night! This third race of the season didn’t disappoint as tricky conditions kept the competition’s hands full.

The #12 of Alex Bergeron snagged the first bragging right by qualifying on the pole. Teammate Howard Weaver was able to stay within a second of him in the first heat, with Matthew McKinney only a few tenths back in third. Casey Kirwan in the 14 moved up 4 spots from 8th to transfer directly to the feature. This was one of the largest runs through a heat race to make the show thus far this season.

Read more: iRacing: Bergeron Dominates Eldora

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Bergeron Scores at Limaland Motorsports Park

by Randy Chenowth

For the second round of the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series, the greatest virtual late model drivers traveled to the tricky Limaland circuit. This 1/4-mile dirt track sees a lot of racing up high, but interesting opportunities to make moves present themselves in lower lanes when track conditions get right.

Initially the #35 of Nick Cooper looked like the car to beat after putting in fast time in qualifying and dominating his heat race, but the rest of the quartet of heat race winners of Bergeron, Fidler, and McKinney showed they were forces to be reckoned with before the Feature ever started.

Read more: iRacing: Bergeron Takes Limaland

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Weaver takes Volusia in Season Opener

by Randy Chenowth

The opening round of the new iRacing World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series brought us to Volusia Speedway Park, one of the most unique tracks on the iRacing service. The short straights, sweeping corners, and specifically the curved back straight away challenges many competitors.

With that said, the season opener was expected to be a brilliant race, and it delivered.

The first four heat races featured hard but mostly clean driving, demonstrating that these guys were here for the big show. Drivers in transfer spots early raced smart. The back half of the field took more chances. Multiple grooves widened the track as the race went on, which gave us plenty of three-wide action.

Read more: Weaver Wins First iRacing Championship Feature

iWLMC

First-Ever World of Outlaws Championship Series Set to Kick Off May 7 on iRacing.com

Qualifying is done. The fields are set. Let the racing begin!

CONCORD, NC — April 30, 2018 —The World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Championship Series and the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series kick off on iRacing.com next month and will see the fastest online dirt racers compete for more than $30,000 in prize money.

The two series will run on alternating Monday nights beginning May 7th, with the racing broadcast on Dirtvision.com, Facebook and iRacing Live.

Read more: First-Ever World of Outlaws Championship Series Set to Kick Off on iRacing.com

iRacing eSport

iRacing Announces Two World of Outlaws eSport World Championship Series

BEDFORD, MA- March 16, 2018- Two new World Championship eSport Series will be launched this spring on iRacing – the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Championship Series and the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Championship Series. These series will pit the world’s fastest online racers against each other on digital replications of some of the most iconic dirt tracks in the United States – battling for more than $34,000 in cash and prizes.

Read more: iRacing Announcement

Kokomo Speedway Wins

iRacing's Next Dirt Track Chosen by Fans

Kokomo Speedway Wins Online Vote to Be Added to Racing Service

Bedford, MA– October 20, 2017- The World of Outlaws and iRacing.com hosted an online vote to determine the next dirt track to be added to the online racing service. Fans could choose from six well known venues including: Kokomo Speedway, Fairbury American Legion Speedway, Lernerville Speedway, Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, Weedsport Speedway and Cedar Lake Speedway. Ultimately Kokomo Speedway edged out Fairbury by just 118 votes.

Read more: iRacing's Next Dirt Track Chosen by Fans

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Time to Get Dirty on iRacing.com

Dirt racing is officially open for business on iRacing.com

CONCORD, N.C. — March 31, 2017 — The highly anticipated launch of dirt racing on iRacing.com is finally here. In a partnership with iRacing.com, World of Outlaws and DIRTcar Racing fans will now have the opportunity to race a 410 World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car, a World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model or DIRTcar Racing Street Stock or Pro Late Model from their home computer.

Read more: Get Dirty on iRacing

 

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