altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

Since the time he first climbed into a sprint car in 1998, one of Chad Layton’s main goals was to win a World of Outlaws event. Being a top competitor at Williams Grove Speedway for the last several years, he has had a number of opportunities to race with the series at his home track.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Layton Wins First Night of National Open

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

Donny Schatz was all smiles on Friday night, after charging to a fourth-place finish on the opening night of the 45th Annual National Open at Williams Grove Speedway. After all, he had started 21st in the preliminary feature after timing in just 26th quickest in time trials, en route to locking himself into the pole position of the fourth heat in the finale. Those smiles carried over to Saturday night, as he dominated the 40-lap main event, leading from start to finish, picking up the $50,000 win.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Schatz WIns National Open

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

Jason Solwold had been waiting a long time to win a World of Outlaws A-Feature event. After being close on several occasions this season, as well as winning two preliminary features last year, he left no doubt on Friday night at Charter Raceway Park, leading all 40 laps to capture the $10,000 win in the finale of the “SuperClean Summer of Money” on ESPN2.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Solwold Wins at Charter Raceway Park

 

altKnoxville, IA — The Summer of Donny rolled on Saturday night when Donny Schatz dominated the 47th Annual SuperClean Knoxville Nationals Presented By Factory Value Parts at Knoxville Raceway.

Schatz survived a couple of tense moments with Terry McCarl on Lap 18 before surging to a huge lead and driving away with his second consecutive title — and $150,000 — in sprint car racing’s biggest event.

Read more: RACE REPORT: World of Outlaws champion wins second consecutive Knoxville Nationals title

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

Daryn Pittman knew it would be no easy task to win at Nodak Speedway on Tuesday night in the Magic City Showdown. He knew that the man to beat was reigning World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz, who was born and raised in Minot, and was fresh off his second consecutive Knoxville Nationals win last Saturday night. On top of that, Schatz began the night by blistering the existing track record in time trials by over three-tenths of a second.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Pittman Wins at Nodak Speedway

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

There are not too many things that have been able to slow Donny Schatz down this season. A severe cold tried to derail him this week, but could not. Also, Mother Nature tried her best as the finale of the inaugural Oil City Cup for the World of Outlaws at Castrol Raceway was postponed one day due to heavy rain.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Schatz Wins Oil City Cup Finale

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

If it wasn’t for bad luck, Brooke Tatnell wouldn’t have any luck at all this season. He had been close to winning a couple of times this season with the World of Outlaws, only to have a tire go down or other problems out of his control plague him. He turned this luck around on Friday night at Skagit Speedway, picking up the win in the opener of the two-day event at the track located in the scenic Pacific Northwest.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Tatnell Wins at Skagit Speedway

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

It not only takes a fast car, but also a little luck to win a World of Outlaws event. Craig Dollansky experienced a little bit of both on Saturday night, to earn his third A-Feature win of the season and the healthy $25,000 pay check that went along with it.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Dollansky Wins at Skagit Speedway

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

Shane Stewart has truly been an outlaw this season. He has raced from coast-to-coast in a number of different cars and has had success in every machine that he has climbed into. He added to his impressive season on Monday night, earning his first World of Outlaws win of 2007 in just nine starts with the series, taking the checkered flag at Grays Harbor Speedway in Elma, Washington.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Shane Stewart Wins at Grays Harbor Raceway

altBy Tony Veneziano, World of Outlaws PR Director 

 

Joey Saldana made history twice on Wednesday night at Cottage Grove Speedway in Oregon. He became the first driver to turn a sub 10-second lap in time trials at the high-banked ¼-mile. He followed that up by winning the A-Feature in front of the largest crowd in the 50-plus year history of the track to add another chapter to the storied tradition of the facility which has one of the most picturesque settings in all of racing, nestled between a river and a forest.

Read more: RACE REPORT: Saldana Wins at Cottage Grove Speedway



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