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Schatz Sweeps Lowes Foods World Finals at Dirt Track at Charlotte

Meyers officially crowned champion of 2011 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series

CONCORD, N.C — November 5, 2011 — Donny Schatz put an exclamation point on the 2011 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series season Saturday night. A four time series champion, Schatz won the final two races of the season at the Lowes Foods World Finals presented by Tom’s Snacks, Coca-Cola and Nature’s Own at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. Schatz backed up his dominating performance on Friday with an exciting restart pass on Kerry Madsen in the season finale.

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Schatz Dominates Lowes Foods World Finals Opener at Charlotte

Fargo, N.D. driver picks up 7th win of 2011, Swindell second and Meyers third

CONCORD, N.C — November 4, 2011 — Even though he won’t claim a fifth series title this season, Donny Schatz is ending 2011 in a high note. Coming into the Lowes Foods World Finals presented by Tom’s Snacks, Coca-Cola and Nature’s Own, Schatz holds a slim lead over teammate Steve Kinser for the second spot in the series standings. A strong qualifying effort propelled Schatz to the pole of the night’s feature event where he led all thirty laps to secure his fifth career win at the Dirt Track at Charlotte. (Mike Petrucci photo)

 

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Hafertepe Jr. Sets Quick Time During Kellogg’s Qualifying Night

Qualifying for Saturday night's event shifts to Friday's program

CONCORD, N.C. — November 3, 2011 — After crisscrossing the country on one of the most grueling schedules in racing, the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series began their final weekend of racing in the fifth annual Lowes Foods World Finals presented by Tom’s Snacks, Coca-Cola and Nature’s Own. Before they could find out who would be taking the final checkered flags of the season, 55 drivers and teams had to time in for Friday and Saturday night’s event in the Kellogg’s Qualifying Night. When the dust settled, it was Sam Hafertepe Jr. timing in quickest for Friday night’s event.

Read more: Hafertepe Quick at Charlotte

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Gravel Ends Meyers Dominance with Win at Talladega Short Track

Watertown, Conn. driver picks up first career win in Sage Fruit Showdown

EASTABOGA, Ala. — Oct. 22, 2011 — David Gravel was able to do something in the Sage Fruit Showdown at the Talladega Short Track that no one else has been able to do in the last five World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. Gravel ended Jason Meyers winning streak at five as the Watertown, Conn. grabbed his first career victory at the 1/3rd mile, high banked oval.

Read more: Gravel Halts Meyers

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Meyers Battles Schatz to Score Fifth Consecutive Win on Tour

Clovis, Calif. widens points lead as series returns to Fremont (Ohio) Speedway

FREMONT, Ohio — Oct. 15, 2011 — Jason Meyers had an opportunity and took it. The move paid dividends for Meyers as he claimed his fifth consecutive World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series win. The victory was the 56th of the 2010 Champion’s career and marked the Outlaws return to the 1/3rd mile track for the first time since 1993.

Read more: Meyers Gets Five

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Meyers Sprints Away for 4th Win in a Row at Rolling Wheels Raceway   

Clovis, Calif. native continues winning streak into Super DIRT Week XL

ELBRIDGE, N.Y. — Oct. 8, 2011 — Jason Meyers continues to be unbeatable on the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series circuit. The 2010 series champion picked up his fourth win in a row in high style. As he led all 25 laps in the STP Shootout at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park in Elbridge, N.Y. to claim his 8th victory on the season. Since the Outlaws left Deer Creek Speedway on Saturday, September 17, Meyers and his Elite Racing team haven’t finished lower than 3rd.

Read more: Meyers Wins Again

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Meyers Claims $50,000 to Win National Open at Williams Grove      

Series points leader grabs third win in a row; extends points lead over Kinser

MECHANICSBURG, Pa — Oct. 7, 2011 — It’s been said that the best way to protect a points lead is to win races. Jason Meyers did just that as he continued his winning ways by taking the checkers in the $50,000 to win National Open at Williams Grove Speedway. Meyers has now won the last three consecutive Outlaw races at the famed half mile oval near Mechanicsburg, Pa. and the past three races on the schedule.

Read more: Meyers Gets National Open Win

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Rain Delays 49th Annual National Open at Williams Grove Speedway

Mother Nature forces officials to reschedule $50,000 to win event near Mechanicsburg, Pa.

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Oct. 1, 2011 — Due to persistent rain, track and series officials have delayed the 49th Annual Morgan Hughes National Open at Williams Grove Speedway near Mechanicsburg, Pa. Rain had been forecasted for several days but officials were hopeful that enough of an open window could be found to run the race. The event now will be run on Friday, October 7, the night before the STP Shootout at Rolling Wheels Raceway in Elbridge, N.Y.

Read more: Rain Washes Out National Open

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Meyers Scores 2nd Win in a Row at Williams Grove Speedway 
 

Current points leader widens margin over second place Schatz with 6th win

MECHANICSBURG, Pa — Sept. 30, 2011 — Winning one race at Williams Grove Speedway was special for Jason Meyers and his Elite Racing Team. Picking up another victory at the famed half mile track was that much sweeter as the Clovis, Calif. native dominated the night before the 49th Annual Morgan Hughes National Open. Meyers led all 25 circuits around the paper clip shaped half mile to score his sixth win of the season, including his second in a row at Williams Grove.

Read more: Meyers tops Williams Grove

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Meyers Widens Points Lead by Picking Up Fifth Win of 2011 Season

2010 Champion gets third top-5 in a row, Schatz finishes 2nd with Swindell 3rd

SARVER, Pa. — Sept. 24, 2011 — The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series season is entering its stretch run, and Jason Meyers knows the pressure is on if he's going to repeat as champion. On Saturday night in the Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville Speedway, Meyers and his Elite Racing team rose to the occasion and captured their fifth victory of the year and extended their lead in the standings at the same time.

Read more: Meyers Notches 5th Win



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