SuperClean Summer of Money Continues for World of Outlaws at K-C Raceway The "SuperClean Summer of Money" continues for the World of Outlaws at K-C Raceway in Ohio on Saturday, July 28. This will be the seventh of eight events that comprise...
SuperClean Summer of Money Continues for World of Outlaws at K-C Raceway
The "SuperClean Summer of Money" continues for the World of Outlaws at K-C Raceway in Ohio on Saturday, July 28. This will be the seventh of eight events that comprise the mini-series, which currently sees reigning World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz atop the points.
The series has competed at the always racy 3/8-mile four times dating back to 2003, with three different drivers picking up wins. In total, six drivers have led laps in A-Feature events at the track which is owned by veteran sprint car driver Jim Nier.
Schatz, who has won 13 A-Feature events this season, has won the last two World of Outlaws events at K-C Raceway. He has three straight Top-Five finishes at the state-of-the-art facility. The native of Fargo, North Dakota leads the series with 13 A-Feature wins heading into action on July 27. He has won twice this season on 3/8-mile tracks.
Joey Saldana has three Top-10 finishes in four starts at K-C Raceway, including a runner-up performance in the series inaugural visit to the track in 2003. The native of Brownsburg, Indiana is currently second in World of Outlaws championship points as he continues to chase his first series title. He has nine A-Feature wins on the season, along with 41 Top-10 finishes. He also had stopped the clocks first in time trials on seven occasions, to lead all drivers.
Danny Lasoski finished fifth in his last trip to K-C with the World of Outlaws in 2005. The 2001 series champion has three A-Feature wins on the season and is third in points. He has won twice in 2007 on 3/8-mile tracks, once at Paducah International Raceway in Kentucky and also at Tri-City Speedway in Illinois. Heading into this weekend's pair of events, he has 36 Top-10 finishes, with 19 of those being in the Top-Five.
Daryn Pittman won the inaugural World of Outlaws event at K-C Raceway in 2003 leading all 40 laps from start-to-finish. One of his three wins this season came on a 3/8-mile track at Dodge City Raceway Park in Kansas in June. The former World of Outlaws Gumout Series champion is fourth in points on the strength of 33 Top-10 finishes.
Steve Kinser has two Top-10 finishes in three races at K-C Raceway. The 20-time World of Outlaws champion used a fourth-place finish on Wednesday night at Ohsweken Speedway in Canada to move into the fifth position in championship points. He has won eight A-Feature events on the season, with two of those coming on 3/8-mile tracks.
Jason Meyers won at K-C Raceway in 2004, coming from the 11th starting spot to do so. In three starts at the track with the World of Outlaws, he has three top-three finishes. He also won his fourth A-Feature of the season on Sunday night at Lebanon Valley Speedway in New York. The native of Clovis, California has two wins on 3/8-mile tracks this season. He is sixth in points, with 32 Top-10 finishes to his credit.
Craig Dollansky has three Top-10 finishes in his career at the track with the World of Outlaws He has one A-Feature win on the season and is seventh in championship points, with 31 Top-10 finishes.
Paul McMahan has two Top-10 finishes in three starts at the high-banked 3/8-mile. He is currently in the midst of his second season driving for Tony Stewart Racing and has two wins, including at his car owner's track, Eldora Speedway, as well as at Cedar Lake Speedway in Wisconsin.
Jason Solwold competed at the track in 2005 with the series. He is solidly in the Top-10 in points beginning action this weekend and has 27 Top-10 finishes to his credit.
Jac Haudenschild has finished in the Top-10 twice at K-C Raceway with the World of Outlaws. The native of Wooster, Ohio has won twice this season, including a "SuperClean Summer of Money" event at Red River Valley Speedway in North Dakota. The fan favorite set fast time at the track last season.
Tim Shaffer, the 1999 Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year with the World of Outlaws, finished ninth in 2005 at K-C Raceway with the series. The native of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania and 1993 Lernerville Speedway track champion has 22 Top-10 finishes on the season.
Terry McCarl finished second at the 3/8-mile in 2005. He has won one win on the season, that coming in the first event of the "SuperClean Summer of Money" on ESPN2 at Knoxville Raceway in June. The native of Altoona, Iowa has 22 Top-10 finishes this season.
Jason Sides won his first A-Feature event of the season on Wednesday night in the World of Outlaws inaugural visit to Ohsweken Speedway in Canada. He has two Top-10 finishes in his career with the World of Outlaws at K-C Raceway.
Kerry Madsen finished fifth in 2004 with the series at the track. He is the current leader in the battle for the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year Award. He won earlier this season at Volusia Speedway Park in Florida and has 10 Top-10 finishes on the season.
Randy Hannagan finished fourth at K-C Raceway in 2005. The 1995 Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year is solidly in the Top-15 in World of Outlaws championship points after the first 50 events of the season.
Justin Henderson competed at K-C Raceway for the first time in his career last season and finished 14th. The second-year driver from Sioux Falls, South Dakota has 10 Top-10 finishes on the season and has led 33 laps as well.
Chad Kemenah, the reigning Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year has competed at K-C Raceway a number of times in his career with both the World of Outlaws and the All Star Circuit of Champions. He finished ninth in 2004 with the series at the track located in his home state of Ohio.
Jeremy Campbell has competed twice in his career with the World of Outlaws at the track, including last season. The second-year driver from Michigan currently is in the Top-20 in points and has set fast time once this season.
Chad Hillier, a contender for the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year Award, will visit K-C Raceway for the first time in his career as a driver on July 28. He was there in 2005 as a crew member for the Selma Shell team.
Sam Hafertepe Jr. another of the rookie contenders will also make his first start at the high-banked 3/8-mile. He led the first laps of his World of Outlaws career on Wednesday night as he jumped to an early lead at Ohsweken Speedway and showed the way for the first 13 circuits.
Tony Bruce Jr., another rookie driver will make his first visit to K-C Raceway on July 28. He has two Top-Five finishes on the season.
Jason Martin ran strong in his first trip to the track last season, as he finished 11th. The native of Liberal, Kansas was 10th last Friday night during the Summer Nationals at Williams Grove Speedway with a field of 50-plus cars in attendance.
Brian Carlson competed last season with the World of Outlaws at K-C Raceway. The native of Linden, Indiana is in his second full-time season with the series.
Rookie Zach Chappell will miss the event as he continues to recover from recent knee surgery.
The event from K-C Raceway on Saturday, July 28 will air as part of the "SuperClean Summer of Money" on ESPN2 at Noon Eastern, 11 a.m. Central on Sunday, July 29.
On Saturday, July 28 at K-C Raceway adult tickets will be $30, with tickets for children ages 7-15 just $15, and kids 6-under will be admitted free of charge.