Craig Dollansky will be ride hunting following the conclusion of the 2013 World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series season.
The No. 7 Big Game Motorsports entry Dollansky has driven for the last four years in association with Tod and Lisa Quiring will be dissolved after the World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Nov. 7-9.
Since the team’s debut at The Dirt Track at Charlotte in late 2009, Dollansky has captured 28 World of Outlaws triumphs, which ranks him second on the victory list during that four-year period. Dollansky is currently fifth in the World of Outlaws standings with six victories this season.
“We have enjoyed racing with Big Game Motorsports the past four years and met a lot of great people through our association with Tod and Lisa Quiring,” said Dollansky. “Even though we will no longer be racing together we want the friendships formed to continue and we are thankful for the opportunity with everyone associated with Big Game Treestands and Eyecon Trail Cameras. We have won a total of 30 races together and we’re going to Charlotte looking to make it 32 and end things on a positive note. I also want to thank all of our marketing partners and manufacturers who have supported us along the way and will be continuing with us into the future.”
After carrying the Big Game Treestands brand for three years, Dollansky marketed a new division of Big Game products this season with Eyecon Trail Cameras.
“It’s been a pleasure to work with Craig the past four years. We have been fortunate to share a good amount of success together including 28 World of Outlaw wins,” said Tod Quiring. “Craig is a class act and has represented our company and team extremely well on and off the track. I would like to wish Craig and his family the best of luck in the future.”
How this will affect Sammy Swindell, who drives the No. 1 Big Game Motorsports entry, is unknown at this time. Swindell has scored three World of Outlaws victories this year and is sixth in in the series standings.