Despite starting on the outside pole alongside the No. 44 of Chris Madden, Clover, SC-native Ross Bailes had a near perfect night at his home track.
Although others in the IndyCar Series and NASCAR have had the opportunity to try becoming the next American Ninja Warrior, few dirt drivers have taken on NBC’s hit obstacle-course competition series. That is, until now.
In this piece we’ll take a look at rulebooks from USAC and the World of Outlaws, as well as a couple smaller racing series, so you have a better idea of what’s permitted and prohibited where engines are concerned.
When the 2019 season began for the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series, there were only a handful of drivers who fans, media and even track officials thought would be the ones to watch this season.
The start of Tennessee Tipoff race weekend gave one driver his fifth consecutive victory while night number two had fans leaping to their feet cheering one of their own to the finish line.
After a hard charging four days at a track that is sure to be one of his favorites, Brandon Sheppard and his Rocket1 Racing team made history by pulling off what many are calling “the unthinkable.”
After a rather long hiatus, the champions of The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series were back for the start of the 2019 race season with a new sponsor and director and two Georgia drivers leading opening weekend charge at Screven Motor Speedway.
USAC, the United States Auto Club, has announced the richest two-day NOS Energy Drink USAC National Midget race in its history.
Although Mother Nature was the original winner of the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series Outlaw Invasion at Atomic Speedway earlier this season, this rescheduled event gave one series young gun a chance to win big at the 65-year-old dirt track in Alma, Ohio.
While many may have taken the Labor Day holiday weekend to relax and spend time with family, others spent some of this time to earn a hard-fought win in the dirt.