092112 SP Eldora

Weather Forces World of Outlaws Cancelation at Eldora Speedway

The series heads to Lernerville Speedway for the Commonwealth Clash on Saturday

ROSSBURG, Ohio — Sept. 21, 2012 — The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series 4-Crown Nationals event at Eldora Speedway on Friday has been cancelled because of impending rain and the potential of severe weather.

There is no rain date at the half-mile track. It marks the 11th World of Outlaws event that has been postponed or cancelled because of weather this season.

Click on EldoraSpeedway.com for ticket information.

The Outlaws head East for the Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pa., on Saturday.

With only eight features remaining this season, Donny Schatz has a 94-point lead over Craig Dollansky with Sammy Swindell 117 points out of the top spot.

Swindell, who leads the series with 12 victories, looked at Eldora Speedway to mark a charge at the championship. In 22 events on a half-mile oval this season, Swindell has claimed six – two times more than Schatz or Dollansky.

Swindell also won two of the four World of Outlaws events at Eldora Speedway this season, including the $50,000-to-win Kings Royal on July 14. He also parked in Victory Lane on May 5.

Joey Saldana picked up a victory in the Knight Before the Kings Royal on July 13 and Chad Kemenah was victorious in the Outlaws opener at Eldora Speedway on May 4.

4-Crown Nationals Notebook

WINNERS – Sammy Swindell – 12 (Eagle Raceway on Sept. 19, Grays Harbor Raceway on Aug. 29, Castrol Raceway on Aug. 25, River Cities Speedway on Aug. 17, Autodrome Granby on July 27, Eldora Speedway on July 14, Lakeside Speedway on June 30, Red River Valley Speedway on June 16, Eldora Speedway on May 5, Knoxville Raceway on April 28, Missouri State Fair Speedway on April 20 and Merced Speedway on March 30); Donny Schatz – 10 (Clay County Fair Speedway on Sept. 14, Calistoga Speedway on Sept. 9, Silver Dollar Speedway on Sept. 6, Nodak Speedway on Aug. 19, Junction Motor Speedway on Aug. 14, Knoxville Raceway on Aug. 11, Cornwall Motor Speedway on July 29, Farmer City Raceway on April 25, Silver Dollar Speedway on March 23 and Volusia Speedway Park on Feb. 19); Craig Dollansky – 8 (Deer Creek Speedway on Sept. 15, Castrol Raceway on Aug. 24, Lebanon Valley Speedway on July 22, Lernerville Speedway on July 17, I-96 Speedway on June 2, Hagerstown Speedway on May 20, Tri-State Speedway on April 21 and Volusia Speedway Park on Feb. 19); Kerry Madsen – 5 (Willamette Speedway on Sept. 3, Skagit Speedway on Aug. 31, Limaland Motorsports Park on July 11, Belleville High Banks on June 29 and Knoxville Raceway on June 9); Joey Saldana – 5 (Autodrome Drummond on July 28, Eldora Speedway on July 13, The Dirt Track at Charlotte on May 25, Paducah International Raceway on April 13 and Perris Auto Speedway on March 10); Tim Kaeding – 4 (Antioch Speedway on Sept. 10, Cedar Lake Speedway on July 6, Thunderbowl Raceway on March 16 and The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on March 8); Kraig Kinser – 4 (Beaver Dam Raceway on July 7, Dodge City Raceway Park on June 23, River Cities Speedway on June 15 and Kokomo Speedway on June 5); Steve Kinser – 3 (Dodge City Raceway Park on June 22, Orange County Fair Speedway on May 19 and Williams Grove Speedway on May 12); Chad Kemenah – 2 (Lawrenceburg Speedway on May 28 and Eldora Speedway on May 4); Tony Stewart – 2 (Ohsweken Speedway on July 31 and Lernerville Speedway on July 17); Sean Becker – 1 (Silver Dollar Speedway on Sept. 7); Cody Darrah – 1 (Williams Grove Speedway on July 21); Danny Dietrich – 1 (Lincoln Speedway on May 10); Mark Dobmeier – 1 (Huset’s Speedway on July 3); Travis Jacobson – 1 (Skagit Speedway on Sept. 1); Kyle Larson – 1 (Silver Dollar Speedway on Sept. 8); Danny Lasoski – 1 (Volusia Speedway Park on Feb. 18); Paul McMahan – 1 (Rolling Wheels Raceway Park on May 16); Fred Rahmer – 1 (Williams Grove Speedway on May 11); Brad Sweet – 1 (Clay County Fair Speedway on June 8) and Lucas Wolfe – 1 (Bloomington Speedway on Aug. 3).

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World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Top 20 Championship Standings

Pos.

Driver

Total

Diff

Wins

T5

T10

QT

1

Donny Schatz

8796

0

10

34

54

3

2

Craig Dollansky

8702

-94

8

33

48

9

3

Sammy Swindell

8679

-117

12

29

44

14

4

Joey Saldana

8644

-152

5

23

49

9

5

Steve Kinser

8577

-219

3

25

45

0

6

Kraig Kinser

8370

-426

4

18

40

6

7

Cody Darrah

8165

-631

1

21

34

2

8

Kerry Madsen

8117

-679

5

14

35

2

9

Chad Kemenah

7941

-855

2

10

30

2

10

Lucas Wolfe

7748

-1048

1

9

24

1

11

Bill Rose

6961

-1835

0

0

10

0

12

Jason Sides

5491

-3305

0

16

27

1

13

Jac Haudenschild

3747

-5049

0

3

10

0

14

Tim Kaeding

3524

-5272

4

10

17

0

15

Danny Lasoski

2567

-6229

1

5

9

0

16

Daryn Pittman

2537

-6259

0

6

13

1

17

Sam Hafertepe Jr.

2454

-6342

0

3

7

0

18

David Gravel

2385

-6411

0

7

9

4

19

Paul McMahan

2296

-6500

1

2

3

0

20

Stevie Smith

2276

-6520

0

3

11

1

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