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World of Outlaws #20
2004 Performance Profile - Week 4
Danny Lasoski - 2001 World of Outlaws Champion
Where They've Been..
Thurs., March 4 - Las Vegas Preliminary at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (semi-banked ½ mile oval)
Top-five: (1) Steve Kinser; (2) Craig Dollansky; (3) Brian Paulus; (4) Tim Shaffer; (5) Daryn Pittman
Danny Lasoski Finish: 6th (35 points earned)
Lasoski was the third-fastest qualifier, lapping the ½ mile oval in 13.976 seconds.
Lasoski won the B-Main, and then advanced 11 positions in 25 laps to finish sixth in the A-Main.
Fri., March 5 - Las Vegas Feature at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Top-five: (1) Steve Kinser; (2) Craig Dollansky; (3) Donny Schatz; (4) Danny Lasoski; (5) Tim Shaffer
Danny Lasoski Finish: 4th (142 points earned)
Lasoski was the fastest qualifier, lapping the ½ mile oval in a track record 13.719 seconds for his fourth fast time of the year.
Where They're Going.
Fri., March 12 - Lone Star Speedway Preliminary in Kilgore, Texas (high-banked 4/10 mile oval)
The single lap record at Lone Star Speedway is 13.057 seconds - held by Danny Lasoski (April 4, 2002)
Sat., March 13 - Lone Star Speedway Feature
In the five races run thus far in 2004, Lasoski has been the fastest qualifier four times.
In 2003, Lasoski was the fastest qualifier 28 times, 20 more times than his nearest challenger in that category - Steve Kinser.
On the upcoming race at Lone Star Speedway:
"We got another fast time out in Vegas, but man do we want a win. We don't want to sound greedy, because we did pick up two spots in the points, but we race to win. Lone Star Speedway is another one of those tracks where we've been fast, and we're looking to keep it that way this weekend. We all know Steve (Kinser) will be going after his 500th win, but we're not going to let him just have it. He's going to have to earn it."
Nuts and Bolts.
Lasoski runs an Eagle chassis in the World of Outlaws with horsepower supplied by Paul Kistler-built Mopar engines.
The #20 team's sponsors are.
J.D. Byrider, The Home Depot, Mopar, Massey Motorsports, Coca-Cola, Old Spice, American Compressed Steel, Hoosier Tire and Eagle Chassis
Team Principles: Danny Lasoski - driver; Tony Stewart - owner; Jimmy Carr - crew chief
The Outdoor Channel will produce and telecast 35 World of Outlaws events on a tape-delayed basis in 2004. The one-hour telecasts will air Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET between late March and mid-November as part of The Outdoor Channel's "Wednesday Night Horsepower." Most telecasts will air within 14 days of each race. Additional replays will be presented Saturdays at 8 p.m. ET and Thursdays at 10 p.m. PT.
Danny Lasoski At A Glance.
Lasoski in his fourth year with Tony Stewart Motorsports. He won the World of Outlaws championship in 2001, and finished second to 18-time champion Steve Kinser in 2002 and 2003.
Lasoski is in his third straight year of IROC competition. He and Kinser represent the World of Outlaws.
Lasoski is a three-time Knoxville Nationals champion (2003, 2001 & 1998).
Lasoski is a seven-time track champion at Knoxville Raceway (1996, 1994, 1993, 1992, 1990, 1989 & 1986), and he is also the winningest driver in Knoxville track history with a total of 82 victories.
Lasoski was recognized as the Most Improved Driver following the 1998 World of Outlaws season.
Before joining the World of Outlaws full-time in 1998, Lasoski won three championships at the Jayhawk Nationals.