SuperClean Summer of Money Concludes at Charter Raceway Park The "SuperClean Summer of Money" on ESPN2 will conclude for the World of Outlaws this weekend at Charter Raceway Park in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin on Friday, August 3 and Saturday,...
SuperClean Summer of Money Concludes at Charter Raceway Park
The "SuperClean Summer of Money" on ESPN2 will conclude for the World of Outlaws this weekend at Charter Raceway Park in Beaver Dam, Wisconsin on Friday, August 3 and Saturday, August 4, with the second night of action being taped for broadcast on ESPN2.
The eight race mini-series has seen five drivers visit the winner's circle, led by Terry McCarl and Donny Schatz's two victories each. McCarl won a thrilling duel with Schatz and Chad Kemenah at K-C Raceway last weekend.
The pair of events will mark the series final stop of the season in Wisconsin, after a previous race at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond that Paul McMahan won. Each night will be a complete racing program, with full championship points on the line and $10,000 going to the winner each night.
In 52 World of Outlaws events this season, 14 different drivers have won an A-Feature, with 22 drivers leading laps. In the last six series events, there have been six different winners.
Jac Haudenschild battled Donny Schatz for the win last season at Charter Raceway Park. The native of Wooster, Ohio took the lead with 13 laps remaining to earn his second win at the high-banked 1/3-mile. Haudenschild was victorious earlier this season in the "SuperClean Summer of Money" at Red River Valley Speedway in North Dakota. He also picked up a win in the Brad Doty Classic at Limaland Motorsports Park. In his career at Charter Raceway Park, Haudenschild has led 44 laps in his career at the track.
Schatz won at Charter Raceway Park in 2002, when he led all 40 laps of the event. The reigning World of Outlaws champion and current point leader leads the series with 13 A-Feature wins this season. He also is on top of the standings for the "SuperClean Summer of Money." He has three straight Top-10 finishes at the track and seven in his career at the high-banked 1/3-mile.
Steve Kinser, the 20-time World of Outlaws champion won at Charter Raceway Park in June of 2004. He out dueled Tim Shaffer and Daryn Pittman for the win in that event. The native of Bloomington, Indiana has eight A-Feature wins this season and is fifth in championship points.
Joey Saldana, who is currently second in World of Outlaws championship points won at Charter Raceway Park in 2003. The native of Brownsburg, Indiana is in the midst of his second season driving for Kasey Kahne Racing and has nine A-Feature wins on the season. He was sixth last season at the track and in his career has six Top-10 finishes on the high banks.
Daryn Pittman has won twice during his career at the track. The native of Owasso, Oklahoma was victorious in 2005 when he led all 40 laps in a dominating performance and in 2003 he led just one lap, but picked up the win. He has six Top-10 finishes in his career at the track. The former World of Outlaws Gumout Series champion won the second event of the "SuperClean Summer of Money" at Dodge City Raceway Park in Kansas back in June.
Craig Dollansky won in July of 2005 at Charter Raceway Park, when he led all 40 laps, after he was victorious in the Crane Cams Dash. The native of Elk River Minnesota, whose team has a shop near the track, won his second event of the season on July 27 at I-96 Speedway in Michigan. He was third last season at the track and in his career has seven Top-10 finishes on the high banks.
Tim Shaffer, the 1999 World of Outlaws Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year, led all 40 laps at Charter Raceway Park in September of 2004 to claim his first victory at the track in the Badger State. The native of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania finished sixth in his last start at the track in 2005, and in his career at the high-banked 1/3-mile has five Top-10 finishes and also set fast time once.
Danny Lasoski, the 2001 World of Outlaws champion has three Top-10 finishes in his career at Charter Raceway Park. He is currently third in championship points on the strength of three A-Feature wins and 38 Top-10 finishes.
Jason Meyers finished ninth in his last visit to the 1/3-mile in 2005. In his career he has four Top-10 finishes at the track. This season, the native of Clovis, California has four A-Feature wins, including most recently at Lebanon Valley Speedway in New York on July 22. He is sixth in points, with 33 Top-10 finishes.
Paul McMahan earned a Top-10 finish in his last trip to Charter Raceway Park in 2005. He also has set fast time twice at the high-banked oval. In his second season driving for Tony Stewart Racing, McMahan has two A-Feature wins, including one in Wisconsin at Cedar Lake Speedway in July, as well as at Eldora Speedway, which is owned by his car owner. The native of California who now calls Nashville home is eighth in championship points on the strength of 27 Top-10 finishes.
Jason Solwold has competed at Charter Raceway Park a couple of times in his career with the World of Outlaws. The native of Mt. Vernon, Washington is currently ninth in points, with 28 Top-10 finishes.
Terry McCarl won the most recent "SuperClean Summer of Money" event at K-C Raceway in Ohio, as held off a spirited charge by Donny Schatz and Chad Kemenah. The six-time Knoxville Raceway champion has two wins on the season to go along with 23 Top-10 finishes.
Jason Sides won his first event of the season on July 25 as the World of Outlaws visited Canada for the first time in over 25 years. The native of Bartlett, Tennessee was victorious at Ohsweken Speedway, holding off Haudenschild and Schatz. He has three Top-10 finishes in his career at Charter Raceway Park.
Kerry Madsen, the current leader in the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year Award standings, has two Top-Five finishes in his career at Charter Raceway Park. He finished fifth in his last start at the track in 2005 and was fourth in 2004. The native of St. Mary's, NSW, Australia won his first career World of Outlaws A-Feature earlier this season at Volusia Speedway Park in Florida.
Randy Hannagan, the 1995 Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year finished eighth last season at the 1/3-mile. The native of San Jose, who now calls Pittsboro, Indiana home, has five Top-10 finishes on the season and is solidly in the Top-15 in championship points.
Justin Henderson earned a career best finish of third in the last World of Outlaws event in the state of Wisconsin at Cedar Lake Speedway. The second-year driver has 10 Top-10 finishes on the season and led laps at both Cedar Lake Speedway and Manzanita Speedway.
Chad Kemenah, the reigning Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year, matched his season-best finish in the last "SuperClean Summer of Money" event at K-C Raceway, when he finished third. It also was the second Top-Five finish of the season for Hard 8 Racing, whom he joined last month.
Jeremy Campbell has earned two straight Top-10 finishes. He won the Crane Cams Dash at K-C Raceway on July 28 to earn his first pole position of the season. He led the first seven laps of the A-Feature, before recording his fifth Top-10 finish of the season.
Chad Hillier will make his first at Charter Raceway Park this weekend. The rookie contender and native of Burlington, Washington visited the track in 2005 as a crew member while with the Selma Shell team.
Sam Hafertepe Jr. of Texas, another of the rookie contenders will also make his first start at the 1/3-mile, as will Tony Bruce Jr. of Kansas.
Jason Martin of Kansas and Brian Carlson of Indiana both competed with the World of Outlaws last season at Charter Raceway Park.
The final event of the "SuperClean Summer of Money" on ESPN2 will air on Sunday, August 5 at 11 a.m. Eastern, 10 a.m. Central.
Prior to the events each night at Charter Raceway Park, live entertainment will be provided for the fans.
On Friday, August 3 at Charter Raceway Park adult admission general admission tickets will be $25 in advance and $30 the day of the race. Adults reserved tickets will be $30 in advance and $35 the day of the race. Pit pass combos will also be available for will $35 in advance or $40 the day of the race.
On Saturday, August 4 at Charter Raceway Park adult general admission tickets will be $30 in advance and $35 the day of the race. Adult reserved tickets will be $30 in advance and $35 the day of the race. Pit pass combos will be available for $35 in advance and $40 the day of the race.