ELBRIDGE, N.Y. – The consolidation of events at NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week has led to the cancellation of the World of Outlaws Late Model Series scheduled for Oct. 10 at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park.
The cancellation of the WoO LMS/DIRTcar 358-Modified Series doubleheader at Rolling Wheels resulted from an agreement DIRTcar Racing officials made with Brewerton (N.Y.) Speedway owner John Wight, whose one-third-mile track was slated to run a special event head-to-head with Rolling Wheels on Oct. 10.
The $10,000-to-win SUNY-Canton Hurricane 100 Presented by Ferris Mowers at Brewerton that Thursday will now be sanctioned by DIRTcar as a DIRTcar 358-Modified Series event.
Its expected that WoO LMS regulars Tim McCreadie and Tim Fuller will compete in the 358-Modified 100-lapper at Brewerton. Both drivers have roots in DIRTcar Northeast Modified racing and will be racing in NAPA Super DIRT Week Big-Block and 358-Modified activities from Oct. 9-13 at the one-mile New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, N.Y.
Fans that purchased tickets to the WoO LMS event at Rolling Wheels and have them at Will Call will have their tickets refunded in seven to 10 days. Fans that already have their Thursday-night tickets to Rolling Wheels in hand can use the face value of the ticket for the event at Brewerton or for NAPA Super DIRT Week at the New York State Fairgrounds.
Fans with questions about their Rolling Wheels tickets are encouraged to call the DIRTcar Ticket Hotline at 877-395-8606.