World of Outlaws Sprint Series At A Glance: The Gold Cup through Rocky Mountain Chico, CA -- Sept. 7, 2005 WHAT * The World of Outlaws Sprint Series heads Thursday through Saturday to Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, Calif., for the 52nd Annual...
World of Outlaws Sprint Series At A Glance: The Gold Cup through Rocky Mountain
Chico, CA -- Sept. 7, 2005
* The World of Outlaws Sprint Series heads Thursday through Saturday to Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, Calif., for the 52nd Annual Gold Cup Race of Champions before shifting Tuesday to Rocky Mountain National Speedway in Commerce City, Colo., for a one-night Brownfield Promotions event.
* To get to Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, take Park Avenue 0.6 miles south of SR 99, then go 0.1 miles west.
* To get to Rocky Mountain National Speedway, travel northeast of Denver on I-70 at exit 286, then go 6.5 miles north on Tower Rd. to 88th, then1.0 mile west, then north 0.5 mile on Buckley Rd.
* At Silver Dollar Speedway, pit gates open at 2 p.m., main gates at 5 p.m. and qualifying at 6:30 p.m.
* At Rocky Mountain National Speedway, pit gates are slated to open at 2:30 p.m. and the front gates at 2 p.m. with racing at 7 p.m.
* For Silver Dollar Speedway ticket information call 530-891-6535 or go to www.silverdollarspeedway.com/goldCup/tickets.html. On Thursday and Friday, reserved tickets are $35. For the finale on Saturday, reserved tickets are $45.
* At Rocky Mountain National Speedway, tickets are $36 for adults and $18 for children 10 and under.
ABOUT THE TRACKS
* Silver Dollar Speedway is a high-banked, quarter-mile oval. Craig Dollansky broke the single-lap record on Sept. 9, 2004, when he turned a lap in 11.473 seconds.
* Rocky Mountain National Speedway is a semi-banked, 3/8-mile oval. Danny Lasoski established the single-lap record of 12.014 seconds on Aug. 17, 2004.
NEWS & NOTES
* On the Web: The Official World of Outlaws Sprint Series Web site is overhauled and now alive at www.dirtmotorsports.com/sprint. Among the features are updated driver biographies with individual statistics and pictures, race-by-race statistics, detailed track information and race coverage, series news and team press releases. Links to the media kit and official rulebook also can be found at the bottom of the home page.
* Golden formula: The Gold Cup Race of Champions is a three-night event, with the first two nights split into qualifying and preliminary features with the finale running on Saturday.
* Victory parade: Donny Schatz's victory Sunday night at Calistoga was his sixth of the season. There have been 17 different A-feature winners this season. Including preliminary events, 22 different drivers have visited Victory Lane. -- Steve Kinser's victory Friday night at Calistoga Speedway was his fourth preliminary feature win of the season. He leads the series with 17 A-feature victories. -- Kraig Kinser captured the Knoxville Nationals on Aug. 14 for his sixth A-feature victory of the season. He also has a preliminary feature win at Las Vegas. -- Jason Meyers earned his fourth win of the season July 2 at Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo, N.D. -- Tim Shaffer's victory July 19 in the Silver Cup was his third of the season, going with wins Lake Ozark Speedway and Thunderbowl Raceway. -- Craig Dollansky has won two features, most recently at Powercom Park, and he also has two preliminary feature wins. -- Brian Paulus won June 28 at Huset's Speedway for his second victory of the season, and picked up a preliminary feature win in the following race at Red River Valley Speedway. -- Brooke Tatnell has two A-feature victories, winning at Cedar Lake and Fulton speedways, as well as a preliminary feature win at Princeton Speedway. -- Sammy Swindell won his second A-feature of the season June 4 at Eldora Speedway. Swindell also has a preliminary feature win April 8 at Eldora and Aug. 14 at Knoxville Raceway in the Nationals' non-qualifiers event. -- Daryn Pittman won his second A-feature of the season Aug. 21 at BMP Speedway in Billings, Mont. -- Danny Lasoski won Aug. 30 at Cottage Grove Speedway and has three preliminary feature wins. -- Fred Rahmer won the Summer Nationals crown July 23 and picked up a preliminary feature win in the Knoxville Nationals on Aug. 10. -- Single-event winners include Jac Haudenschild on Aug. 5 at Eldora Speedway, Stevie Smith July 13 at Attica Raceway Park, Tim Kaeding June 11 at Sheboygan County Fair Park, Chad Kemenah July 9 at I-55 Raceway, and Jeff Shepard Feb. 11 at Volusia Speedway Park. -- In preliminary features, Joey Saldana, Paul McMahan, Jason Johnson and Shane Stewart have each won once.
* Preliminary winners: Drivers who have raced to victory in preliminary features this season include (in alphabetical order) Craig Dollansky twice (Manzanita/Williams Grove), Jason Johnson once (Williams Grove), Kraig Kinser once (Las Vegas), Steve Kinser four times (Eagle/Billings/Elma/Calistoga), Danny Lasoski three times (Australia/Knoxville/Calistoga), Kerry Madsen once (Australia), Paul McMahan once (Williams Grove), Brian Paulus once (Red River Valley), Fred Rahmer once (Knoxville), Joey Saldana once (Lernerville), Shane Stewart once (Knoxville), Sammy Swindell twice (Eldora/Knoxville) and Brooke Tatnell once (Princeton).
* Quarter masters: The Gold Cup Race of Champions at Silver Dollar Speedway is on a quarter-mile oval. The series has raced seven times this season on tracks that size, including preliminary features. Steve Kinser won April 16 at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Ind.; Tim Kaeding won June 11 at Sheboygan County Fair Park in Sheboygan, Wis.; Kraig Kinser won June 14 at Kokomo Speedway in Kokomo, Ind.; Brooke Tatnell won July 29 at Princeton Speedway in Princeton, Minn.; Steve Kinser won July 30 at Princeton; Kraig Kinser won Aug. 3 in Lawrenceburg, Ind.; and Danny Lasoski won Aug. 30 in Cottage Grove, Ore.
* 3/8-miles: Rocky Mountain National Speedway is a high-banked 3/8-mile oval. Including preliminaries, the series has raced 13 times this season on tracks that length, at Pike County Speedway, Houston Raceway Park, Batesville Speedway, Outlaw Motor Speedway, 81 Speedway, Huset's Speedway, Cedar Lake Speedway, Attica Raceway Park, Fulton Speedway, BMP Speedway and Grays Harbor Raceway. Steve Kinser held off Brooke Tatnell to win at Pike County, Donny Schatz edged Steve Kinser at Houston, Kraig Kinser dominated at Batesville, Steve Kinser snuck past Jason Meyers late at Outlaw, Daryn Pittman cruised to victory at 81 Speedway, Jason Meyers outlasted the field at Sharon, Brian Paulus started on the pole and won at Huset's, Brooke Tatnell picked up his first win of the year at Cedar Lake and his second at Fulton, Stevie Smith won at Attica, Daryn Pittman won the feature and Steve Kinser won the preliminary at BMP Speedway, and Donny Schatz won the feature and Steve Kinser won the preliminary at Grays Harbor.
* The Mean 15: The impressive 2005 edition of the World of Outlaws Sprint Series' Mean 15 racers includes Craig Dollansky (No. 7 owned by Karavan Motorsports), Tim Kaeding (No. 83 owned by Dennis Roth), Kraig Kinser (No. 11k owned by Steve Kinser Racing), Steve Kinser (No. 11 owned by Steve Kinser Racing), Danny Lasoski (No. 20 owned by Tony Stewart Motorsports), Paul McMahan (No. 11h owned by David Helm), Jason Meyers (No. 14 owned by the Elite Racing Team), Brian Paulus (No. 28 owned by P&P Motorsports), Daryn Pittman (No. 21 owned by Titan Racing), Joey Saldana (No. 2 owned by Woodward Racing), Donny Schatz (No. 15 owned by Schatz Motorsports), Tim Shaffer (No. 6 owned by Parsons Motorsports), Jason Sides (No. 7s owned by Sides Motorsports), Brooke Tatnell (No. 8 owned by Rush Racing), and Brandon Wimmer (No. 7tw owned by Wimmer-Luck Racing).
* On tour, too: Several other drivers have committed to running the bulk of the schedule with the World of Outlaws Sprint Series in 2005 with hopes of earning a spot in a future Mean 15: Terry McCarl, who has won the past six 410 sprint championships at Knoxville Raceway; Shane Stewart, who is battling for the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year title; Jason Solwold, a former track champion at Skagit Speedway who also is chasing top rookie honors; Sammy Swindell, a sprint car legend and three-time Outlaws champion, who has two A-feature victories this year; Kevin Swindell, 16, who became the youngest driver to finish in the top 10 with the Outlaws when finished sixth in the feature at Parramatta City Raceway in January; and Jac Haudenschild, who is in Dennis Roth's No. 83jr machine but drove the No. 83 car to victory Aug. 5 at Eldora.
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With less than two months remaining in the 2005 World of Outlaws Sprint Series season, Steve Kinser has a nearly insurmountable 472-point lead as he attempts to capture the 20th championship in his career. However, from second on back there are battles for positions at nearly every spot. During the Harvest Classic at Calistoga Speedway, the 18 full-time touring drivers discussed where they rank and how competitive this season has been:
Craig Dollansky, driver of the Karavan Motorsports No. 7 VMAC/Karavan/Fulton Performance Products J&J from Elk River, Minn., who has two A-feature victories and two preliminary feature wins this season On the standings: "Right now we're just concentrating on winning races. The point deal became a mute point about two months ago when things kind of turned against us. We're just going to concentrate on winning races and see where we end up in that point chase and work on things for next year. We all fell well short of the first-place position and Steve sailed away from everybody." On competition in 2005: "I think it's very competitive. The last time I saw it like that was 2001. There were 17 teams out here and any of those teams were capable of winning on any given night. It was similar to that season to me."
Tim Kaeding, driver of the Dennis Roth No. 83 Beef Packers Eagle from San Jose, Calif., who won earlier this season at Sheboygan County Fair Park and has had much success in his career at Silver Dollar Speedway On competition in 2005: "Steve's quick all the time, but you look at all the teams that were supposed to be good and are struggling right now. It's just been one of those rollercoaster years and nobody can get a hold of anything or get consistent enough week in and week out. A perfect example is how both the Roth teams have struggled this year. -- You've got guys who can qualify good every night like Terry McCarl, for example. He qualifies good almost every night he goes out there but yet he has trouble racing his way out of the heat race. He gets stuck in a heat race that has seven good guys in it and it's hard to get through a heat race. I think that's the biggest thing this year. Everybody stepped up their program to that next level to try to catch Steve and Lasoski, but everybody also has had a lot of bad luck. -- Now it's the end of the year and everybody is scrambling to figure out how to get another win in by the end of the year."
Kraig Kinser, second-year driver of the Steve Kinser Racing No. 11k Remy/Hoosier/Quaker State/Sander/Pilot Travel Centers Maxim from Bloomington, Ind., who captured the 45th Annual Knoxville Nationals championship on Aug. 14 On the standings: "You worry about it, but you've got to drive a little bit smarter and maybe not push the envelope at times when you know you've got somebody down in points who is struggling one night. Right now, you're still trying run good. Pretty soon everyone will start looking for points, looking to see what's realistic to catch somebody or what you have to do or where you have to finish to keep the guy behind you away from you." On competition in 2005: "There have been a lot of different winners this year even with dad dominating with all those wins. There has been a lot of bad luck for some teams and good luck for others. I think it's a real good start with all the good cars that are out here and a lot of guys are capable of winning every night. I'd say any one of the top 15 cars in points has a legitimate shot at winning each night. It's definitely a good car count and the quality of the cars this year is so awesome it makes it tough."
Steve Kinser, the 19-time series champion and driver of the Steve Kinser Racing No. 11 Quaker State/Q Oils/Hoosier/Remy/Pilot Travel Centers Maxim from Bloomington, Ind., who has a series-leading 17 A-feature wins, four preliminary victories and is once again leading the championship points standings On the standings: "We're going to go out and take it race by race and hope both cars run good. You do worry about it a little bit but there's not much you can do to change it. You just go out there and run the best you can and what happens, happens." On competition in 2005: "It has been a pretty competitive season. This is probably the largest point amount I've ever won one by, but it's still been a competitive year. We've run a little better than the rest of the field, but the rest of the field has been really, really close. We've been finishing in the top five about every race and that's allowed us to get away from them, then we had a streak where we won quite a few races. Night in and night out, it's as competitive as it's ever been."
Danny Lasoski, the 2001 series champion and driver of the Tony Stewart Motorsports No. 20 Bass Pro Shops/Tracker/Pilot Fuel/Mopar/JD Byrider/Hoosier Eagle who won at Cottage Grove Speedway to go with three preliminary feature wins this season On the standings: "I haven't looked at a points sheet since May. I couldn't tell you where I'm at, how far I'm back or nothing. The way I look at it, if you perform on the racetrack with victories and up-front finishes then you should be up there. But we've been terrible, and by our standards, the worst." On competition in 2005: "It's probably as competitive as I've seen it but Steve's had a cakewalk. There hasn't been anybody to pressure him. In years past I've been there to be a thorn in his side. We're going to work awful hard all winter long to see if we can be stronger out of the gates next year."
Terry McCarl, a six-time Knoxville Raceway champion and driver of the McCarl No. 24 Big Game Treestands/Country Builders/Clean-O/Bosma Eagle On the standings: "You've got to block that out of your mind when you're on the racetrack. You don't want to be point racing too much. I've been a car owner for a long time so a lot of times I try to finish races as it is, maybe not as aggressive as I should be. My aggressiveness goes up with how much money is in my pocket so sometimes you might not be overly aggressive if you're point racing. I think everybody is about the same. You try to block it out the best you can then you look at it after the races and block it out the next race."
Paul McMahan, a California native living in Nashville who drives the David Helm No. 11H Selma Shell/Garrett Racing Engines/Quality Sound Maxim On the standings: "At the end of the night you look at it, but while you're racing you don't look at them at all because if you start worrying about where you have to get to or how many cars you've got to pass to get to that spot, you usually aren't racing, you're more worried about protecting what you've got. I try to keep that in my mind and race as hard as I can and whatever happens, happens. I want to win every night and if I can win every night the points will come with it."
Jason Meyers, a four-time A-feature winner from Clovis, Calif., and driver of the Elite Racing Team No. 14 Elite Landscaping/Pacific-Union/Primerica/Lafferty/Berry/Riverstone/Carter Maxim who is second in points On the standings: "I think right now we're just trying to stay consistent. We are paying attention to points right now, but for the sheer fact that of trying to get a little cushion behind us so we can try some things we might to do next year, start testing some things on the car. The off-season is very short and there isn't any time for testing. The ending of the year is your chance to do that but at the same time I don't want to do anything to jeopardize our standings. It's very important for us to finish the year real strong."
Brian Paulus, a two-time A-feature winner from Mechanicsburg, Pa., and driver of the P&P Motorsports No. 28 Arnold Transportation/Hank's/Travel Centers of America/Abbylou.org/ FreakyFlickers.com/Who Monsters Maxim On the standings: "It's impossible to say you don't look at points, but I expected to be a top-10 in points team and we're not so 15, 13, 16, I don't care. It means nothing to me. Once we were out of the top 10 and had no chance of getting into it, that was pretty much the end of it. We're just racing one night at a time now, trying to pay the bills and get into next season." On competition in 2005: "It has easily been the most competitive year, maybe not for the top-five guys in points, but for the guys like myself who were trying to race into the top 10 in points, there have been a lot of 10th-place cars in points this year. When you have a team like Brandon Wimmer's who was struggling and he can run second on any given night, teams like us who popped off a couple of wins, Jason Solwold's team that should have won some races, there's still time left but everybody is so darn strong. To finish 14th or 15th in points, we're somewhat embarrassed by it because of our expectations but it's still very strong considering who we're racing with."
Daryn Pittman, a native of Owasso, Okla., and driver of the Titan USA No. 21 Titan Garages and Carports/Hop-n-Sack Convenience Stores Maxim who has finished in the top 10 on five of the past seven race nights, beginning with a victory at BMP Speedway in Billings, Mont. On the standings: "All year long when people are telling you they're not worried about it, they're all lying to you. We all say the same thing but you always keep an eye on them. At the end of the year, that's what matters and that's what you take with you over the winter, where you finished in points. I'm concerned. I feel like we definitely don't deserve to be in the top five in points at the end of the year no matter what happens, but I feel like we should finish seventh or eighth and if we finish worse than that then I think we've done ourselves an injustice. -- Right now I'm not too concerned about it. I think we can get back up there. We've been running awfully strong and been really consistent so I feel a lot better about being 11th as good as we're running right now rather than I would if we were seventh or eighth and running as bad as we were a couple of months ago. As long as we can keep going good, I feel like we can cut back off a few more spots. If we don't finish in the top 10, it will be a huge blow to everybody's confidence over the winter." On competition in 2005: "I think definitely, if not more. The points are pretty tight all the way through. I feel like from seventh to 11th that it's never been that close. I feel like we're all pretty equal cars. All five cars in those positions have had a string of a couple of good months and a couple of bad months and it's evened itself out and I feel like we're all pretty much on the same level right now. Every night when you watch our heat races you see just how tough it is. Trying to make it out of your heat to get in those dashes is so critical. There's never such a thing as an easy night making it out of your heat race. It's making everybody a lot better race driver."
Joey Saldana, the Brownsburg, Ind., driver of the Larry Woodward No. 2 Volcano Joe's Coffee/Bridgestone presents the Champ Car World Series powered by Ford Maxim who has a preliminary feature win this season at Lernerville On the standings: "If I wouldn't have [been injured] at Eagle, I'd worry about it. But if you don't run in the top 10 in points the money is a significant drop-off. It really doesn't matter for us. We're just out trying to win a race and we're running out of time. If circumstances were a little bit different for us, we could be sitting about seventh in the points if that hadn't happened. Then I'd probably be thinking about it. Now I'm just trying to win a race."
Donny Schatz, driver of the Schatz Motorsports No. 15 ParkerStores/Bellerud/Petro Shopping Centers J&J from Fargo, N.D., who has won six A-feature events, including two of the past three On the standings: "If we were racing for a championship it would probably be one thing, but we're not racing for a championship so we're just trying to get everything we can. You just do what you can. I've never been a real avid points racer and some nights I think I'm smarter by not being that. Hopefully we won't be in this position next year." On competition in 2005: "Steve ran away but everybody else had some troubles along the line. Danny hasn't really started running good until the last week here. We were hitting and missing too often. There were too many guys that are hitting and missing. Nobody was that consistent other than Steve all year long. He's got it wrapped up. All he's got to do is show up and he probably has it in the bag, but that's not him, either. He's going to race every last one and that's why he's the champion."
Tim Shaffer, driver of the Lonny Parson's No. 6 Casey's General Stores/Housby/VOCON Maxim from Aliquippa, Pa., who counts the Silver Cup among his three A-feature wins this season On the standings: "After Knoxville, usually not much changes but this year there are three or four spots that are pretty close. Most guys will tell you they don't worry about it but everybody does. You try not to focus on that because you need to focus on what you're doing that night." On competition in 2005: "I can't imagine how many provisionals were used this year. That shows how competitive it is. When you bring 18 cars with us and then you go any place that has nine, 10, 12 good cars, it makes it very tough. It makes it tough even when you have 18 in the mix with the inversion in the heats and stuff. You've got to make something happen. There's no sitting around and cruising around and taking your spot. You've got to sit up in the seat and make it happen."
Jason Sides, driver of the Sides Motorsports No. 7S Wetherington Tractor Service/Mafia Motorsports Maxim from Bartlett, Tenn., who has finished in the top 10 on four of the past five race nights On the standings: "I have not even looked in the past six, seven, eight weeks. In the beginning of the year, if you start out good then you'll probably run through the year pretty good. At this point, it doesn't matter. All we want to do now is win a race. The points have taken care of themselves." On competition in 2005: "That adds to the points situation. Any time you go to Williams Grove and some of the good cars miss the show, that makes the points real tight."
Jason Solwold, driver of the Lon Carnahan No. R19 Citywide Insulation/Owens-Corning/BG Automotive Schnee from Mt. Vernon, Wash., who is battling for the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year Award On the standings: "I think everybody is [concerned about points]. Everybody wants to move up before the end of the year. The points will take care of themselves. I don't worry too much about the points because usually you don't have any control over it." On competition in 2005: "It's the most competitive thing I've done by far, and the people who have been out here for a long time say the same thing. There are a number of cars that can win on any night even if Steve Kinser is still pretty dominant."
Shane Stewart, driver of the Rudeen Racing powered by mIn Motorsports No. 26 Snap-on Tools/Wesmar Engines Maxim from Bixby, Okla., who earned a victory in qualifying action during the Knoxville Nationals and leads the race for the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year Award On the standings: "It's still one of my main goals to finish in the top-10 in points and I still think we have a chance, there are still enough races to run good in to do that. We have to get our program turned around, start running back in the top 10, and if we do that then everything will just work itself out. Solwold's been running in front of me the past few races so I'm going to have my hands full with him as far as the rookie of the year deal goes, too."
Brooke Tatnell, driver of the Rush Racing No. 8 Bombardier/Castrol/Steel Dreams/Easy Rider's Cafe Eagle from San Souci, NSW, Australia, who has two A-feature victories and a preliminary win this season On the standings: "Everybody is worried about points night in and night out. The only one who says he isn't is Steve Kinser because he's leading the thing. What we're going through right now is what a lot of people went through at the start of the year, a lot of bad luck. We've gone from having a career year to struggling to finish a race, let alone get back to our top-five finishes. We're doing nothing different now than what we've done all year long but the circumstances in racing you just can't change." On competition in 2005: "This time of year is usually when you see a lot of guys who haven't won a race win their first race because points are usually sorted out by now. You might see one or two guys battling for a position, but right now you've got guys battling from sixth through 12th for a position that could change throughout the rest of the year."
Brandon Wimmer, driver of the Two Winners Racing No. 7TW Astro Titanium/Gaerte/MOPAR/Butlerbuilt/Abbylou.org Maxim from Fairmont, Ind., who is running for the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year Award On the standings: "You think about it, but once the race starts points are the last thing you think about. You're just out there to win that race. If you're within a couple of points and it's down to Dodge City or Las Vegas, you're going to start thinking about it then but we still have about 20 shows and 20 shows is a long time." On competition in 2005: "It's definitely been as competitive as I thought it would be, if not even more. There are 18 full-time teams and they're all good and then we show up to local tracks and there are five to 10 good cars that can run with us there. It's something you have to get used to and you have to do good every time you hit the track or one of those other cars are going to be right there to get around you. You can't take a break out here with this many guys that are good out traveling full-time. You always have to be on top of your game."
* After departing Rocky Mountain National Speedway on Tuesday, the Outlaws return to Eagle Raceway Sept. 16-17 for the 1/3-mile Championship in Eagle, Neb.; visit Jackson Speedway Sept. 23 in Jackson, Minn.; return Sept. 5 to Powercom Park in Beaver Dam, Wis.; and compete Sept. 27 at K-C Raceway in Chillicothe, Ohio.