World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at a Glance:

Bloomington Speedway and I-55 Raceway

CONCORD, N.C. — Aug. 1, 2011 — The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series is set to embark on a huge weekend, beginning Friday in the hometown of 20-time champion Steve Kinser as the Outlaws invade Bloomington Speedway for the first time since 1999. On Saturday it’s off to I-55 Raceway in Pevely, Mo., for the Ironman 55 — the most grueling annual event on the tour with 55 laps around the high-banked I-55 bullring. (Dave Franks Photo)

Read more: At a Glance: The Ironman


Saldana Continues to Recover from Kings Royal Crash

Star driver faces long road to heal broken arm and ribs plus punctured lung

CONCORD, N.C. - July 30, 2011 - It has been two painful weeks since Joey Saldana was injured during the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Kings Royal July 16 at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. Saldana, a championship contender, was charging through the field on Lap 10 in his Kasey Kahne Racing Maxim when he was caught in a high-speed multi-car crash.


Read more: Saldana Recovering from Injuries


World of Outlaws Sprint Car Title Bout Includes Antioch Speedway

Inaugural event Sept. 12 at California track closes series’ Pacific Coast swing

CONCORD, N.C. — July 27, 2011 — The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series championship will now go through Antioch (Calif.) Speedway on Monday, Sept. 12, capping off the annual Pacific Coast Gold Rush Tour.

Read more: Outlaws to Visit Antioch


World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at a Glance:

Oshweken Speedway, Brockville-Ontario Speedway and Autodrome Dummond

CONCORD, N.C. — July 25, 2011 — The busiest stretch of racing for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series is in the books but there is plenty of action left as the “Month of Money” continues on into Canada. Dale Blaney and Tim Shaffer kicked off the weekend by winning the Two 30 lap features during the Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup. With Blaney experiencing mechanical woes in the second feature, Shaffer took advantage of a rare mistake by twenty-time Series Champion Steve Kinser to grab the second feature and the overall Silver Cup. (Paul Arch photo)

Read more: At a Glance: Canada Stretch


Dollansky Shares His Side of Incident with Kahne

Elk River, Minn. native has put accident at Williams Grove behind him

WEST LEBANON VALLEY, N.Y. - July 24, 2011 - Racing incidents come and go throughout the season. This past weekend, NASCAR driver Kasey Kahne and World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series veteran Craig Dollansky got toegether in turns three and four during the second heat race on the first night of the Williams Grove Summer Nationals near Mechanicsburg, Pa. Kahne would end up flipping over the turn four fence but emerged unharmed. Find out what Craig Dollansky had to say about about the incident in this episode of "Up to Speed," the official pre-race show of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series.


Kasey Kahne Reacts to Scary Heat Race Crash at Williams Grove

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. - July 23, 2011 - Kasey Kahne survived a wild ride during the first night of the Summer Nationals Friday at Williams Grove Speedway. The Enumclaw, Wash., driver was running the high side when a hard charging Craig Dollansky dove below him and began to slide up the racing surface. 

"I saw Craig start to drift up towards me," said Kahne, who was running near the front of the pack during the second heat race. "He did something similar to me at Limaland (Motorsports Park) and I was able to get on the brakes. It still put me up into the wall and messed with us a bit. There wasn't anything I was able to do this time around though. I got wrecked and that happens sometimes in racing. I'm alright but I haven't flipped in a race car like that in awhile."

Kahne did manage to walk away from the incident that sent his car over the wall in turn four. However, his #49 Ollie's Bargain Outlets machine was beyond repair. Kahne scratched from the event and the car was thrown away. Check out the video below to see Kahne's wreck at Williams Grove.



World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at a Glance:

Lernerville Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway and Lebanon Valley Speedway

CONCORD, N.C. — July 18, 2011 —A pair of surprise winners highlighted the Kings Royal weekend at the famed Eldora Speedway near Rossburg, Ohio. On the Knight Before the Royal, Tim Shaffer and Jason Meyers dueled all race long with Shaffer emerging as the victor, setting  the stage for Saturday’s $50,000 to win 28th Annual Kings Royal. (Steve Boelter Photo)

Read more: At a Glance: East Coast Swing


Saldana Recovering After Surgery to Arm Injured in Kings Royal Crash

Kasey Kahne Racing driver caught up in multi-car incident early in Eldora Speedway A-main

ROSSBURG, Ohio - July 17, 2011 - World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series championship contender Joey Saldana had surgery on Sunday in Indianapolis to his right forearm, which was broken in a multi-car crash early in the Kings Royal A-main Saturday night at Eldora Speedway.

Doctors inserted two plates and 25 screws to stabilize his arm. Saldana's ribs were also injured in the incident, which contributed to a partially collapsed lung. He is expected to remain hospitalized until midweek.


Read more: Saldana Recovering from Eldora Injury


World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at a Glance:

Cedar Lake Speedway and Beaver Dam Raceway

CONCORD, N.C. — July 4, 2011 — Craig Dollansky and Jason Sides proved to be the top gunslingers at Dodge City Raceway Park in the Boot Hill Showdown. Dollansky used a late race pass fueled by a strong run off of turn two to snatch the lead away from teammate Sammy Swindell. The Elk River, Minn. native led the final three laps to go on to win night number one. On night two, it was the battle of the “Jason’s” as 2010 Series Champion Jason Meyers and red hot Jason Sides led the entire night with Sides making the winning pass in lap traffic to secure his fourth victory of the season.

(Vance Janak photo) 

Read more: At a Glance: Wisconsin Weekend


World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at a Glance:

The Boot Hill Showdown at Dodge City Raceway Park

CONCORD, N.C. — June 27, 2011 — Donny Schatz moved one step closer to Sprint Car racing immortality Saturday night at Princeton (Minn.) Speedway by winning the 107th World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series A-main of his career. Schatz, of Fargo, N.D., battled with local favorite Mark Dobmeier through the mid-point of the race, finally wrestling the lead away on Lap 28 of the 40-lapper. Schatz then held off red hot Jason Sides on the final restart to claim his second victory of the season and third in a row at the quarter-mile bullring.

(Photo Courtesy of Vince Peterson)

Read more: Round Up: Dodge City

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