Fans Running Out Of Time To Purchase Tickets For $550,000-Plus 'Bullring Bonanza' Lottery On May 26 At Tyler County Speedway

Inaugural $25,000-To-Win World of Outlaws Late Model Series 'Jackpot 100' Caps Huge Memorial Day Weekend Event

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

MIDDLEBOURNE, WV – May 14, 2012 – Tim McCreadie and Bub McCool already have their tickets for the inaugural 'Bullring Bonanza' contest on Sat., May 26, at Tyler County Speedway. Rick Eckert, Chub Frank, Clint Smith and Mark Richards are among the other World of Outlaws Late Model Series personalities who plan to buy theirs this week.

Care to join them?
Read more: • Ticket Info For 'Bullring Bonanza' At Tyler County Speedway

Young Brandon Sheppard Gets Opportunity To Drive Rocket Chassis House Car

Rising Star Will Make World of Outlaws Late Model Series Debut In Coveted Ride On Memorial Day Weekend

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

CONCORD, NC – May 9, 2012 – Could Brandon Sheppard be the next Josh Richards?

The rising young star – and the dirt Late Model world – is ready to find out.

Sheppard, 19, of New Berlin, Ill., was hired on Monday to drive the Rocket Chassis house car, giving him a golden opportunity to make his mark on the national scene in a high-profile ride that Richards recently vacated to pursue a NASCAR career.
Read more: Sheppard Lands Rocket Ride

Unique Winner's Trophy Provides Added Incentive For World of Outlaws Late Model Series Entrants Saturday (May 5) At Swainsboro

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

SWAINSBORO, GA – May 3, 2012 – A $10,000 first-place prize will be the primary motivator for drivers competing in the World of Outlaws Late Model Series portion of the 'Pine Tree 100' this Saturday night (May 5) at Swainsboro Raceway.

But on this evening, at least, the racers will also have more than a passing interest in claiming the trophy that Swainsboro promoter Paul Purvis will present to the winner of the 50-lap A-Main.
Read more: 'Pine Tree' At Swainsboro

Program Targets Sprints, Late Models, and Big Blocks along with Engine Builders

CONCORD, NC - May 2, 2012 - World Racing Group announced today that Cometic Gasket, Inc.,- a leading worldwide supplier of shelf stock, custom and short-run gaskets for the performance aftermarket, original equipment and motorsports industries- has become the latest addition to the DIRTcar HP Program. The DIRTcar HP Program revolves around the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, the World of Outlaws Late Model Series, the Super DIRTcar Series, and the DIRTcar Summit Nationals Hell Tour while supporting both the racers and engine builders, alike.

Established in 1989, Cometic has grown into a leading supplier of gaskets for championship-winning teams across the motorsports industry. Located just 30 miles east of Cleveland, in Concord, Ohio, Cometic produces and ships more than 5,000 types of gaskets worldwide.

Cometic Gasket prides themselves on the 17 years of experience and more than 5,000 types of gaskets that are shipped worldwide every year. They also value their close relationships with their customers and attention to detail that goes into every product produced in their state of the art facility located in Concord, Ohio.

Read more: Cometic Gasket Seals a Deal with World Racing Group and DIRTcar HP

311 Motor Speedway Returns To National Spotlight This Friday Night (May 4) With First-Ever Visit By World of Outlaws Late Model Series

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

PINE HALL, NC – May 2, 2012 – The time has come for 311 Motor Speedway to explode back onto the national dirt Late Model scene.

With the running of a 50-lap, $10,000-to-win World of Outlaws Late Model Series event this Friday night (May 4), the venerable half-mile Tar Heel State oval will host a national tour for the first time in nearly a decade.
Read more: WoO LMS Heads To 311

WoO LMS 'The Scoop With Scoop' Blog: Bub McCool Becomes A World of Outlaws Winner...With Some Help From His Son

Bub McCool broke through for his first career World of Outlaws Late Model Series A-Main win last Saturday night at Tazewell (Tenn.) Speedway, but he might not have been able to reach Victory Lane if not for his son. The 7-year-old, after all, played a key role in propelling Dad to the $10,000-plus triumph.

Click here to visit the WoO LMS 'The Scoop With Scoop' blog and read about the little McCool's contribution to the biggest win of his father's dirt Late Model career.

Filling Josh's Seat: Fuller In Rocket House Car For This Weekend's World of Outlaws Late Model Series Action At North AL & Tazewell

Two-Time Champ Richards Announces He's Departing Series As Regular To Pursue NASCAR Career

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

CONCORD, NC – April 26, 2012 – Tim Fuller's life as a World of Outlaws Late Model Series regular has gotten an 11th-hour reprieve.

With two-time series champion Josh Richards announcing on Wednesday that he's decided to end his eight-year run on the national tour and move south to pursue a NASCAR driving career, Watertown, N.Y.'s Fuller has been tapped as Richards's replacement behind the wheel of the iconic Rocket Chassis house car. Fuller will be in the blue No. 1 machine for this weekend's WoO LMS events at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, Ala. (April 27) and Tazewell (Tenn.) Speedway (April 28).
Read more: Fuller Fills Josh's Rocket Seat

World of Outlaws Late Model Series News & Notes: Hollingsworth Geared Up For N. Alabama; Marlar Eyes Home-State Show At Tazewell

CONCORD, NC – April 24, 2012 –

ROLL TIDE: Ronny Lee Hollingsworth romped to victory in last Friday night's dirt Late Model season opener at North Alabama Speedway. Now he'd like to bag an infinitely more important checkered flag at the third-mile oval in Tuscumbia.

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series returns to North Alabama Speedway for the first time in five years on Fri., April 27, for a 50-lap showdown, and Hollingsworth, a 27-year-old talent from Northport, Ala., has visions of a career-boosting $10,000 triumph dancing through his head.
Read more: North Alabama/Tazewell Preview

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

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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