After competitors from the World of Outlaws rolled into the state of Pennsylvania, two drivers would clash the competition at this weekend’s World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Commonwealth Clash as well as the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models Thunder Mountain Thriller.
Despite it being an off weekend for one half of the World of Outlaws world, several drivers took this opportunity to continue making a name for themselves in the dirt throughout the country
While former NASCAR star Kyle Larson has been blowing up the charts lately in his World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink return, there is another driver who gave the rest of the competition the boot at this weekend’s Boot Hill Showdown at Dodge City Raceway Park.
Kyle Larson has definitely been on a roll in the dirt racing world lately. With rumors swirling that the former Chip Ganassi Racing driver could potentially earn a new NASCAR Cup Series ride in the near future, the newest World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series’ phenom is continuing to impress as he blows the doors off the competition in this series.
While many race series are taking a hiatus during this very unusual season, there is one series that is not letting the Coronavirus stop them from jumping from state to state and track to track to crown the latest in talented drivers.
Following the loss of his NASCAR Cup Series ride earlier this season, former stock car driver Kyle Larson is now back to earning his keep and turning heads in the side of the sport that gave birth to this rising star.
While the middle of the summer is usually the time of year when the racing season is at one of its highest points, this has been one of the strangest race seasons by far.
World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models driver Brandon Overton rose through the ranks into contention as one of the best dirt late model drivers in the country after winning his first career USA Nationals title at Cedar Lake Speedway.
After becoming the winningest World of Outlaws driver in the state of Wisconsin last weekend, Brandon Sheppard and his Rocket1 Racing team were back at it this weekend at Grand Forks, ND’s own River Cities Speedway.
Sheppard’s conquest for the record books began with his 35th career Fast Time Award at 14.412 seconds, which marked his second-straight year as the fastest qualifier at Plymouth.