INDIANAPOLIS (March 1, 2011) - When people think of Las Vegas, a number of things come to mind. Entertainment. Luck. Winning. And sometimes that catchy saying, "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas." For Tony Stewart Racing's (TSR) Steve Kinser and Donny Schatz, this week's Las Vegas World of Outlaws (WoO) Nationals presented by J.D. Byrider will offer each a pair of opportunities to put on a show, have some good luck and, ultimately, win. If either or both of the two former champions, who share the top spot with six career WoO wins at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, can come out victorious for the seventh time, they'll certainly be happy to let everyone know what happened in Vegas on Wednesday and Thursday night.

Read more: Tony Stewart Racing Teammates Chasing Lucky Number Seven In Las Vegas World of Outlaws Nationals

Racecar drivers are the ones that are usually making the calls. They have the control to pilot their high powered racing machines each time they set a tire on the track. On Tuesday, though Jason Meyers is going to be stepping out of the driver’s seat and getting in the back seat. The World of Outlaws Champion is also going to be trading in his driver’s uniform and will be preparing for the flight of a lifetime—with the Blue Angels.


Read more: Sky High: Jason Meyers is getting ready to take off with the Blue Angels

 Kinser Continues Early Season Success with Another Triumph

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By Parsons Motorsports PR

Baytown, TX-February 27, 2011- The well known mantra "You have to crawl before you walk," certainly rings true in the racing world when new teams are formed or drivers join new teams. For Kraig Kinser and Parsons Motorsports, the team continued to make strides this past weekend using a solid 10th-place finish at Royal Purple Royal to gain momentum as the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series heads west for seven races at six different tracks over the next five weeks.

Read more: A Good Foundation to Build On: Kraig Kinser Wraps Up Weekend with a Top-10 Finish at Royal Purple...

It has been said that change is inevitable, except when you are dealing with vending machines. With the environment in auto racing, change is inevitable from season to season. The season has just begun so, Elite Racing would like to take this opportunity to welcome the new additions for 2011. Among those additions include new supporters and a seasoned crew member that brings years of auto racing experience and success to the team.

Read more: New in 2011: Elite Racing Welcomes New Team Member and Supporters
24 Laps of Domination

Following a heartbreaker on Saturday when Craig Dollansky dominated the competition by opening up a twelve second lead in the first 27 laps of the feature until the motor let loose, the Big Game Treestands #7 team were back to Volusia Speedway Park on Sunday to wrap up the World of Outlaws opening weekend.
Read more: Craig Dollansky Racing: DIRTcar Nationals


A Steady Start to a New Chapter for Kraig Kinser & Parsons Motorsports

Kicks off the 2011 Season at Volusia Speedway Park with a Pair of Top-Fives

By Parsons Motorsports PR

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Tony Stewart Racing Opens 2011 Outlaws Campaign 

Kinser Scores Two Wins, Schatz Picks Up a Runner-up Finish in Florida

Read more: Tony Stewart Racing: DIRTcar Nationals

Five nights in Florida: Elite Racing Kicks off the 2010 season at DIRT car Nationals

In the world of sports 5 is a number that holds a lot of significance. For example, there are five rings in the Olympic Game symbol. In professional wrestling, you have five seconds to break a hold. There have been numerous greats that have worn the number 5 including like Joe DiMaggio. This weekend the DIRT car nationals had its own 5 -- Five nights of 410 sprint car racing with the World of Outlaws and All Star Circuit of Champions. Jason Meyers and his Elite Racing team, fresh off their 2010 championship were ready to take on all 5 nights.

Read more: Elite Racing: DIRTcar Nationals

New Year-New Look: Elite Reveals it's new look for 2011

In fashion, either you're in or you're out. Every season styles and fashions change, and when they do people rush to the store to get the latest fashions. It seems odd, but the same applies when it comes to auto racing paint schemes. Only fans run to get new merchandise with the new car on it and rush to the track to get a glimpse of what the new car looks like. Elite Racing is going to cut the suspense by revealing their 2011 look before setting a tire on the track on Wednesday night for their first race of the season.  

Read more: Team Report: Elite Racing

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