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Jac Haudenschild returned to the top of the podium on Friday night at Paducah International Raceway in Kentucky to score his first win of 2010 and the 52nd of his World of Outlaws career.
Haudenschild took the lead on the opening lap from Jason Sides, who started on the pole and then withstood battles from Jason […]
Jason Meyers won the inaugural World of Outlaws event at Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, Oklahoma on Saturday night to earn his series-best fourth A-Feature win of the year.
Meyers inherited the lead on the 34th lap when 20-time series champion Steve Kinser had a flat tire while out front on a wild night that saw numerous […]
Jason Meyers not only picked up his third World of Outlaws win of the year Saturday but also took the lead in the series championship standings.
Meyers won the finale of Kasey’s King of Bulls Gap Presented By Budweiser at the blazing fast and ultra high-banked Volunteer Speedway.
Meyers opened the two-day event which was co-sanctioned with […]
Joey Saldana was good again on the high banks of Volunteer Speedway in Bull Gap, Tenn. Friday as he opened Kasey’s King of Bulls Gap Presented By Budweiser with a victory there.
Saldana picked up his second consecutive win with the World of Outlaws at Volunteer Speedway and the third victory of his career at the […]
By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
He was known as “Uncle Bob” – part carnival barker, part used-car salesman – and man could he put on a show.
Awhile back I came across a wonderful tribute to the late Bob Harmon written by Mike Bell on GeorgiaRacingHistory.com. It brought back a lot of great memories about Harmon […]
On Saturday night at Houston Raceway Park in Baytown, Texas, Jason Sides drove 40 hard laps to win The Texas Showdown and earn his first victory of 2010 and the fifth of his World of Outlaws career.
While there were only two official lead changes at the line, Sides and Tim Kaeding swapped the top spot […]
By Jeff Hood | Senior Writer
Jefferson, Ga. – A pair of former NASCAR Sprint Cup champions spent some time this week at Gresham Motorsports Park, a refurbished facility located about an hour northeast of Atlanta.
On Tuesday, 2004 Cup champion Kurt Busch tested his No. 2 Dodge on the freshly-paved half-mile paved oval, which was previously known as Peach State Speedway.
Craig Dollansky has been fast in 2010, but plagued with bad luck in nearly every one of the first five World of Outlaws events of the season. That changed on Friday night at Lone Star Speedway in Kilgore, Texas.
Dollansky turned in a very strong performance from start to finish en route to picking up his […]
By Larry Woody | Senior Writer
Ridgetop, Tenn. – Fourth-generation racer Bobby Hamilton Jr. says he’s “getting a quick education” about the other side of the sport.
“In the past I just showed up the track, ran the race, and went home,” said Hamilton, who on Saturday launches his first season as owner/operator of Highland Rim Speedway. […]
Joe Saldana got his first World of Outlaws victory of the season on Saturday night at Groppetti Automotive Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare, Calif.
He earned $10,000 in the 35-lap contest aboard the Budweiser Maxim. It was the 60th A-Feature triumph of his career with the World of Outlaws.
“It was a great effort by my team,” said […]