CHICO, Calif. (Sept. 11, 2015) – Before we go racing tonight we pause to remember lives lost on one of America’s darkest days, 14 years ago. Today a resilient nation remembers the past, but looks to the future.

Tonight was the opening night of World of Outlaws Gold Cup Race of Champions competition at Silver Dollar Raceway. With 44 cars signed in, qualifying was divided into two flights. Motter Motorsports’ driver Joey Saldana was in the second flight and blistered the quarter-mile high bank oval in 11.958 seconds. The driver of the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop 71M Sprint Car was quickest in the second flight and quickest overall, racking up his 16th quick time of the season. He also held the distinction of being the only pilot in the 11-second category. Saldana, the current track record holder (10.918 seconds set in 2009), did a masterful job negotiating the rough, choppy race track terrain.

Read more: Quick Time No. 16 and Second Place Finish for Saldana at Silver Dollar Speedway

COTTAGE GROVE, Oregon (Sept. 9, 2015) – It was a ‘hump day’ stop for the World of Outlaws tonight at Cottage Grove Speedway as they worked their way through the West Coast swing.

Joey Saldana set the track record at this track in 2007 and he left continuing to hold that record. Once again tonight, Saldana and the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop 71M were dialed in for time trials. The Brownsburg Bullet chalked up the No. 2 qualifying spot with a 10.065-second lap around the quarter-mile high banked oval.

Read more: Saldana Seventh at Cottage Grove

INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 9, 2015) – Eighteen years ago, Donny Schatz was a 21-year-old second-year World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series racer chasing legends Steve Kinser and Sammy Swindell around a quarter-mile dirt oval in western central Oregon. It was a night he will always remember because racing with the Outlaws was his dream and, on that particular August night back in 1998, he drove past them to win his first career WoO A-Feature. Monday night at Grays Harbor Raceway in Elma, Washington, Schatz accomplished something he never dreamed of. Schatz was first to the checkers again and joined the two legends as the only drivers in the series’ 38-year history to win 200 WoO A-Feature events.

“I never thought I could dream big enough to be part of this sport’s history,” Schatz said following his 200th career WoO A-Feature victory. “This is unbelievable. I’ve been blessed to be around great people my whole life. My family has supported me wholeheartedly to this point and these guys I get to race with are awesome. Without their hard work, and all the guys who ever worked for me, there’s no way I would have ever gotten this far.”

Read more: Donny Schatz 200 Wins and Counting

Inside Line Promotions - ELMA, Wash. (Sept. 9, 2015) - Jason Sides narrowly missed the heat race inversion during both World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series races in Washington last weekend.

Sides qualified 15th quickest - a little more than a tenth of a second out of the inversion - on Saturday at Skagit Speedway in Alger and he timed in 13th quickest - less than seven hundredths of a second from the inversion - on Monday at Grays Harbor Raceway.

"Qualifying is everything," he said. "We were just barely out of the inversion both nights. That puts you behind every time."

Sides then finished where he started - fifth - in a heat race both nights to lock into the main event. However, both tracks were extremely rough and Sides decided not to push the issue.

Read more: Sides Battles Just Outside Top 10 During Rough Races in Washington

The remarkable results for Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing (TSR) driver Donny Schatz and the TSR Bad Boy Buggies/Chevrolet Performance team continued north of the border this weekend during the ninth annual Oil City Cup at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta. Schatz, the six-time and reigning World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series champion, displayed both patience and perseverance in winning Friday’s 30-lap A-Feature and charging from the back of the pack to finish second in Saturday’s 30-lap A-Feature. The finishes increased his streak of finishes inside the top-three in WoO points races to 25.

Read more: Schatz Banks Another Outlaw First-Second Weekend

ALGER, Wash. (Sept. 5, 2015) – World of Outlaws teams returned to Skagit Speedway tonight for the final, and only, night of Monster Meltdown competition after rain washed out Friday night’s show.

With no rain in sight, preliminary action got underway.  Joey Saldana wheeled the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop 71M to the No. 4 qualifying position with a quick lap of 10.977 seconds. 

In the opening heat race, Saldana pushed off from the third position.  When the green flag dropped, polesitter Jason Johnson assumed the lead followed by David Gravel, Saldana and Kerry Madsen.  Madsen was able to maneuver past Saldana a couple of laps later.  Saldana finished fourth and transferred to the dash which set starting positions for the first four rows of the A Main.

Read more: Saldana Fourth In Monster Meltdown at Skagit Speedway

Inside Line Promotions - EDMONTON, Alberta, Canada (Aug. 31, 2015) - Jason Sides capped the 9th annual Oil City Cup by tying his career-best result at Castrol Raceway on Saturday.

Sides finished fourth to wrap up the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series doubleheader, which marked his first top five at the track since 2011. He also placed fourth in 2010 and 2009.

"It didn't start out very well," he said. "We put a motor back in the car that we had some troubles with earlier in the year. We thought we had it fixed and was hoping for a better result. The gremlins are still there. We worked on it throughout the night on Friday and that put us behind the eight ball."

Read more: Sides Ties Career-Best Result at Castrol Raceway to Cap Oil City Cup

EDMONTON, Alberta (Aug. 29, 2015) – Tonight was the finale of the World of Outlaws Oil City Cup competition at Castrol Raceway. Joey Saldana swept the Oil City Cup competition in 2009, and was looking for a victory tonight to add to his podium finish last night, but Lady Luck was not riding with him.

In keeping with his Brownsburg Bullet nickname, Saldana drove a quick, fast and flawless lap in the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop 71M to capture his 14th quick time of the season. The series’ leading qualifier ran a best lap of 14.707 seconds on a track that was drying out due to 30 mph sustained winds.

Saldana rolled off fourth in the starting lineup of the opening heat. At the green, polesitter Jacob Allen led the pack with Saldana running fourth. After a caution on lap three, and after competition resumed, Saldana advanced to third. At the checkered flag it was Allen with the heat victory, Saldana third, with both drivers transferring to the dash.

Read more: Saldana Racks up 14th Quick Time of the Season Saturday at Castrol Raceway

EDMONTON, Alberta (Aug. 28, 2015) – The opening night of Oil City Cup competition got underway tonight at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton under clear skies, with no rain in sight. A nice welcome for the World of Outlaws who encountered two rain outs during their last trip across the northern border.

On a track where the Motter team drew a number late in the time trial order which might have presented a pretty big hurdle for most, Joey Saldana, in true ‘Bullet’ form, wheeled the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop Sprint Car to the No. 3 qualifying position, tying Donny Schatz’s 13.398-second time.

Read more: Saldana Third Friday at Castrol Raceway in Canada

EDMONTON, Alberta (Aug. 25, 2015) – As Joey Saldana and the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop team prepare to drive across the northern border into Canada to compete for the Oil City Cup, they hope that Mother Nature stands down. Approximately four weeks ago, the World of Outlaws teams were in Canada for three events, two of which rained out.

“That was a disappointing trip,” said Saldana. “Obviously we have no control over the weather but we hope our trip to Castrol Raceway this Friday and Saturday, Aug. 28 and 29 is rain free, not just for the teams, but for the fans. We don’t get into Canada often, maybe five races or so a season, and we appreciate the enthusiasm the Canadian fans show for our sport.”

Read more: Joey Saldana Motter Team Prepare for Castrol Raceway Weekend



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