Results of Disciplinary Hearing post-Princeton

Outlaws Release Results of Disciplinary Hearing SARVER, PA (May 25) -- Bobby Hartslief, Boundless COO, announced today that as a result of three incidents that occurred during this past weekend's World of Outlaws Sprint Series races at Princeton...

Outlaws Release Results of Disciplinary Hearing

SARVER, PA (May 25) -- Bobby Hartslief, Boundless COO, announced today that as a result of three incidents that occurred during this past weekend's World of Outlaws Sprint Series races at Princeton Speedway in Princeton MN, a disciplinary hearing was held at Lernerville Speedway Tuesday afternoon.

An objection was lodged by David Helm, owner of the #11H car driven by Paul McMahan against Craig Dollansky, driver of the #7 car owned by Karavan Dollansky Racing. After reviewing the evidence, Helm's objection was upheld and Dollansky was fined and put on probation for the next six races starting with this evening's Lernerville race.

Another objection was raised by Steve Kinser, owner of the Steve Kinser Racing #11k car, driven by Kraig Kinser, against Craig Dollansky of Karavan Dollansky Racing. After reviewing the evidence of this incident, Kinser's objection was overruled and Dollansky was exonerated.

As a result of an off-track rules violation on Saturday night Steve Kinser was fined. All fines will be paid to the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Drivers Benevolent Fund. The outcome of these hearings determined that the results of the weekend's races are official and remain unchanged.

-WoO

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Series World of Outlaws
Drivers Steve Kinser , Craig Dollansky , Kraig Kinser , Paul McMahan