92 Races For World Of Outlaws Sprint Cars

Ninety-two races make up the busy World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series schedule in 2019. (Brad Plant Photo)

CONCORD, N.C. – The World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series schedule features 92 races at 53 different facilities in 25 states.

“We are looking forward to another great season of World of Outlaws racing in 2019,” longtime Series Director Carlton Reimers said. “On the strength of our excellent relationships with tracks and promoters, we are eager to get the season started with our determined teams for our dedicated fans.”

The season will begin with three races during the 48th annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park on Feb. 8-10.

Following Florida, the World of Outlaws will head west with stops in Texas and Las Vegas before spending the entire month of March in California, where the series will stop at eight different facilities, including the return to Keller Auto Speedway in Hanford on Friday, March 29.

An additional date in Arizona at USA Raceway in Tucson will open April before the series heads east for the $20,000-to-win Texas Outlaw Nationals at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, on April 12-13.

May remains consistent, with the series’ first visit of the season to the East Coast with stops in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and North Carolina.

May crosses into June with the inaugural $25,000-to-win Music City Outlaw Nationals at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway that will take place May 31-June 1 in the heart of Nashville, Tenn.

With the premier drivers comes premier events and as the summer begins to heat up, the World of Outlaws will take center stage at every marquee event, starting at the three-day, $41,000-to-win Jackson Nationals in Jackson, Minn.

Kings Royal weekend is slated for July 18-20 at Eldora Speedway followed by four straight events that pay at least $20,000-to-win at Lernerville Speedway (Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup), Williams Grove Speedway (Champion Racing Oil Summer Nationals) and Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 (Ironman 55) before ending the lucrative stretch at the Knoxville Nationals.

Following the Nationals, the Outlaws will head west once again with stops in the Dakotas and Montana before their annual stop in Washington and Oregon and fall swing through California. Added to the fall West Coast swing is the series’ inaugural visit to Fernley 95A Speedway in Nevada on Sunday, Sept. 15.

A return of the two-day Boot Hill Showdown at Dodge City Raceway Park and the final stops of the year at the popular Eldora and Lernerville Speedway’s lead the Outlaws to the Champion Racing Oil National Open at Williams Grove Speedway, which will pay $56,000-to-win.

After a final cycle through the Midwest, the World of Outlaws will finish up on the East Coast at Port Royal Speedway before concluding the season alongside the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series and Super DIRTcar Series at the World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte on Nov. 7-9.

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