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World of Outlaws Late Model Series Promoter of the Year Brings National Tour Back To Tazewell Speedway On April 28


Gary Hall (above left) Ready To Welcome Circuit's Stars To His Blazing-Fast, High-Banked Track

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

TAZEWELL, TN – April 19, 2012 – The 2011 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Promoter of the Year is ready to welcome the national tour's stars back to his facility.

Gary Hall's Tazewell Speedway will host the 'Outlaw Sizzler 50' presented by Rusty Wallace Cadillac-GMC-Kia of Morristown on Sat., April 28 – the first WoO LMS visit to the high-banked, one-third-mile oval since Hall was honored as last year's standout track operator on the renowned full-fender circuit.
Read more: Tazewell's Hall Welcomes Outlaws
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WoO LMS 'The Scoop With Scoop' Blog: Clint Smith Parts Ways With Mechanic Brad Baum


Clint Smith has traveled the World of Outlaws Late Model Series with mechanic Brad Baum since the start of the 2010 season. But last Friday the two men parted ways, adding some unexpected eventfulness to the national tour's one-month springtime break from competition.

Smith has already lined up crew help for his next WoO LMS starts -- on April 27 at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, Ala., and April 28 at Tazewell (Tenn.) Speedway -- and Baum has landed another job with a dirt Late Model team.

For the details, click here to read WoO LMS P.R. Director Kevin Kovac's 'The Scoop With Scoop' blog.
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McCool Looking To Take Advantage Of His Familiarity With North Alabama Speedway On April 27


World of Outlaws Late Model Series Rookie Has High Hopes For Success In Tour's First Visit To Tuscumbia Track Since 2007

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

TUSCUMBIA, AL – April 11, 2012 – Bub McCool understands that the World of Outlaws Late Model Series event on Fri., April 27, at North Alabama Speedway presents him with a unique opportunity.

As a Rookie of the Year candidate on the national tour, McCool is unfamiliar with a majority of the tracks on the circuit's 2012 schedule. But that's not the case with North Alabama, a one-third-mile oval at which the Vicksburg, Miss., driver possesses more experience than any of his WoO LMS rivals.
Read more: McCool Eyes North Alabama
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WoO LMS 'The Scoop With Scoop' Blog: The Struggles Of Tim Fuller

Tim Fuller has been following the World of Outlaws Late Model Series religiously since 2007. He wants to continue chasing the circuit, this year and for many years down the road.

But even though the New Yorker is firmly established as one of the top drivers on the national tour, he hasn't performed up to his lofty expectations in recent seasons. And for that reason, he's had to make the difficult decision to step back and reevaluate his racing program from outside the high profile of the World of Outlaws tour.

For more on Fuller's struggles, click here to check out Kevin Kovac's 'The Scoop With Scoop' WoO LMS blog....
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Promoter Jim Borden's Health Concerns Force Cancelation of July 20 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Event At Hartford Motor Speedway


Series Officials Send Best Wishes To Hard-Working Michigan Track Operator

HARTFORD, MI – April 4, 2012 – The World of Outlaws Late Model Series event scheduled for July 20 at Hartford Motor Speedway has been cancelled due to track promoter Jim Borden's health concerns.

Borden announced on Monday that he was stepping down as Hartford's promoter for the 2012 season in order to focus on treatment of his medical issues. His daughter and son-in-law, Becky and J.R. Hotovy, have assumed the operational reins of the facility for the upcoming campaign, but their desire to concentrate on weekly racing programs led to the cancelation of the half-mile oval's mid-summer WoO LMS card.
Read more: Hartford Event Canceled
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'Illini 100' This Weekend (March 30-31) At Farmer City Raceway: Feger Hopes To Give Home Track Fans A Thrill; WoO Stars Ready For Battle


Anticipation High For $20,000-To-Win World of Outlaws Late Model Series Spectacular

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

FARMER CITY, IL – March 28, 2012 -

LOCAL HERO: 'Feger Nation' will be out in full force this weekend (March 30-31) for the 'Illini 100' at Farmer City Raceway – and their hero would like to give them something to celebrate.

Just imagine the post-race scene if the World of Outlaws Late Model Series event's $20,000 first-place check were to be claimed by Jason Feger, a DIRTcar UMP circuit star from Bloomington, Ill., who considers Farmer City his home track.
Read more: Illini 100 Preview
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Build-Up To Farmer City Raceway's 'Illini 100' Begins With Kickoff Party & Car Show On Tuesday (March 27) At Champaign Bob Evans


Mid-Week Promotion Sets Stage For $20,000-To-Win World of Outlaws Late Model Series Spectacular On March 30-31

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

FARMER CITY, IL – March 24, 2012 – The fourth running of the 'Illini 100' will rock Farmer City Raceway on March 30-31, but the build-up to the $20,000-to-win World of Outlaws Late Model Series spectacular will begin on Tues., March 27, about a half-hour's drive southeast of the quarter-mile clay oval.

Farmer City promoter Jeff Hammer has organized the inaugural Illini 100 Kickoff Party & Car Show for 4-8 p.m. on March 27 at the Bob Evans restaurant on 1813 N. Neil Road in Champaign, Ill., providing both diehard and casual fans an opportunity to see some of the cars and drivers that will compete in the track's blockbuster event.
Read more: Illini 100 Kickoff Party & Car Show
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Clanton Aiming To Repeat '09 Celebration When Illini 100 Returns To Farmer City Raceway on March 30-31


Huge World of Outlaws Late Model Series Event Back At Demanding Quarter-Mile Oval After One-Year Absence

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

FARMER CITY, IL – March 21, 2012 – Shane Clanton sure is pleased that the Illini 100 will end a one-year absence from Farmer City Raceway's schedule on March 30-31.

No surprise there, of course. The standout driver from Fayetteville, Ga., is a former winner of the marquee World of Outlaws Late Model Series event at the quarter-mile oval, capturing the race's $20,000 top prize in 2009.
Read more: Clanton Eyes Illini 100 Cash
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WoO LMS Blog: Clint Smith Becoming Dirt Late Model Racing's 'King of All Media'


Clint Smith: Dirt Late Model racing's King of All Media?

In a manner of speaking, that's what the veteran World of Outlaws Late Model Series standout is becoming.

He has a sharp, up-to-date Web site (www.clintsmith.com). He's on top of the social media scene, keeping fans informed of his exploits on both Facebook (facebook.com/clintsmithracing) and Twitter (twitter.com/clintsmith44).

What other media outlet is Smith now part of? Click here to check out Kevin Kovac's 'The Scoop With Scoop' blog for all the details...
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Little Valley Speedway Joins 2012 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Schedule With Mid-Week Date On Aug. 29


New York Track Set To Host Renowned National Tour For First Time

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

CONCORD, NC – March 15, 2012 – Little Valley Speedway will host the World of Outlaws Late Model Series for the first time on Wed., Aug. 29, track and series officials announced on Thursday.

The New York track's 50-lap, $10,000-to-win event replaces the WoO LMS program that had previously been scheduled for the same date at McKean County Raceway in East Smethport, Pa.
Read more: Little Valley Joins Tour

 

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