All 2006 World of Outlaws Teams Returning For 2007 Season Norman, OK -- Nov. 15, 2006 -- During the 2006 World of Outlaws season, 16 teams toured the country full-time with the series. All of those teams once again have signed on with the World...
All 2006 World of Outlaws Teams Returning For 2007 Season
Norman, OK -- Nov. 15, 2006 -- During the 2006 World of Outlaws season, 16 teams toured the country full-time with the series. All of those teams once again have signed on with the World of Outlaws for the 2007 season, which begins in February at Volusia Speedway Park.
"We're extremely pleased that 100 percent of the teams from this past season will be racing with us again in 2007," said World of Outlaws Series Director Carlton Reimers. "It takes a lot of sacrifice to make it up and down the road as a member of the World of Outlaws, but I think it says a lot about the character of the owners, drivers and crews that they all are coming back for more next season."
Donny Schatz will aim to repeat as champion in his No. 15 Schatz Motorsports machine, but the challengers already are bolstering their teams for title runs.
The field of teams that will take the green flag on Feb. 9 at Volusia Speedway Park includes, by finishing order of the 2006 owners' championship standings:
1. Schatz Motorsports (Donny Schatz)
2. Karavan Motorsports (Craig Dollansky)
3. Kasey Kahne Racing (Joey Saldana)
4. Titan Racing (Daryn Pittman)
5. Rush Racing (Brooke Tatnell)
6. TMAC Motorsports Inc. (Terry McCarl)
7. Wright One Construction (Jac Haudenschild)
8. Chad Kemenah Racing (Chad Kemenah)
9. Terry Hannagan Racing (Randy Hannagan)
10. Dan Oswalt Racing (Justin Henderson)
11. Campbell Motorsports (Jeremy Campbell)
12. Martin Motorsports (Jason Martin)
13. Hindi Racing Enterprises (Dion Hindi)
14. Woodring Racing (Becca Anderson)
15. SC Motorsports (Brian Carlson)
16. Bill Rose Racing (Bill Rose)
Those 16 teams will join hundreds of local and regional racers as the World of Outlaws celebrates its 30th season featuring more than 80 events on dirt tracks from coast-to-coast, including the "Summer of Money" on ESPN2 in addition to 12 events broadcast by SPEED. They will compete at such historic and traditional venues as Williams Grove Speedway, Eldora Speedway, Silver Dollar Speedway and Knoxville Raceway as well as several new tracks across the United States and Canada.