DUNDEE, N.Y. – Seven of the nation’s top touring groups will make appearances at New York’s Outlaw Speedway next season.
The first of those groups to visit will be the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints, who visit the track on April 19 for the annual Spring Nationals. The event will serve as the season opener for the series.
On Tuesday, May 7 the Super DIRTcar Series big-block modifieds will visit the track for the third-straight season for the Ultimate Outlaw 100. Billy Decker won the 2017 Super DIRTcar Series event at Outlaw Speedway while Brett Hearn won the 2018 edition of the event.
The Vicki Emig and Mike Leone-led RUSH Crate Late Model Series will make their third trip to Outlaw Speedway in as many years on Friday, May 31 for the Gary Montgomery Memorial. Local favorites Bryce Davis and Jeremy Wonderling found victory lane in 2017 and 2018, respectfully.
Outlaw Speedway will open the month of June with a visit from the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions on June 7. In three races at Outlaw for the series three different drivers have visited victory lane, with Ryan Smith, Paul McMahan and Carson Macedo earning victories.
Brett Deyo’s Short Track Super Series modified tour will return to Outlaw Speedway on June 19 for the Outlaw Showdown 50. Stewart Friesen is the defending winner.
The annual NASCAR Night on Aug. 2 will feature the Patriot Sprint Tour while a handful of NASCAR competitors will also be on hand to sign autographs and meet with fans.
The last of the major events on the schedule is a visit from the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series on Sept. 20. The annual Fall Nationals were won in 2018 by Brandon Sheppard after the race was delayed two days by rain.
“We have tried our best to provide a mix of special events throughout the race season,” said Outlaw Speedway owner and promoter Tyler Siri. “Over the past few years we have entertained our fans with race competition depicting almost every style of race car. From 360 and 410 sprints to big and small block modifieds to full fendered crate and super late Mmdels; all this while still promoting our weekly classes of action. The groups that come to Outlaw Speedway represent the major sanctioning bodies in the United States. We have had great success with these seven groups in the past and we feel very confident 2019 will be even better.”