Head to Head: World of Outlaws Title Contender at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Concord, NC-November 4, 2010- After nine-plus months, 67 races and tens of thousands of mile traveled, the 2010 campaign all comes down to this, the Fourth Annual...
Head to Head: World of Outlaws Title Contender at The Dirt Track at Charlotte
Concord, NC-November 4, 2010- After nine-plus months, 67 races and tens of thousands of mile traveled, the 2010 campaign all comes down to this, the Fourth Annual Lowes Foods World of Outlaws World Finals Presented By Bimbo Bakeries and Tom's Snacks at The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the World of Outlaws, November 4-6.
Entering the Fourth Annual World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, 96 separate current point leader Jason Meyers and four-time and defending series champion Donny Schatz, with 20-time series titlist Steve Kinser third, 100 markers out of the lead with two point paying races remaining, as well as two rounds of time trials with bonus points going to the Top-Five in qualifying after each session.
Schatz is one of just two drivers that has competed in each and every one of the 24 World of Outlaws events at The Dirt Track at Charlotte dating back to 2000. He has won four times overall at the track to lead all drivers, including this season in May and has 20 Top-10 finishes at the four-tenths-mile with 16 of those being Top-Fives. He has finished eighth or better in 12 straight starts at the track and has finished sixth or better in all six of the previous main events during the World Finals.
Kinser has made 23 starts at Charlotte over the years, picking up two wins while racking up 22 Top-10 finishes to lead all drivers, along with 16 Top-Fives. His most recent win at the track came in the finale of the 2007 World Finals. The Hall of Famer finished fourth earlier this season at Charlotte and was fourth in the finale of the World Finals last season.
Meyers has made 15 career starts at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, picking up two wins and accumulating 12 Top-10 and seven Top-Five finishes over that span. He made history in 2007 by winning the first-ever A-Feature event during the inaugural World Finals. He also won victorious last season during the season ending event. The California native, who finished ninth at the track back in the spring, has finished ninth or better in each of his last nine starts at Charlotte.