CONCORD, N.C. — The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series and its partner tracks, together with state and local agencies, have added events across 10 different states to the 2020 calendar.
The latest schedule update fills every weekend from July to September, eventually rejoining the originally-scheduled fall races in late September and early October for the Outlaws.
It kicks off Thursday night with the World of Outlaws battling the PA Posse in the Gettysburg Clash presented by Drydene at Lincoln Speedway, followed Friday and Saturday by the Champion Oil Summer Nationals at Williams Grove Speedway.
August is as big as ever with the Outlaws’ return on Saturday, Aug. 1, to Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio, for the first time since 1985, followed on Sunday, Aug. 2, by a stop at Indiana’s Plymouth Speedway.
Tickets to both events are available at WorldofOutlaws.com.
Local mass gathering regulations have forced an event that was to run July 31 at Attica Raceway Park to be canceled. Fans with tickets to the Attica event will receive a credit to their MyDirtTickets.com account, and will then have to call 844-DIRT-TIX to use that credit toward the Aug. 1 race at Wayne County or the 2021 Brad Doty Classic.
Two huge weekends follow, beginning with the Aug. 7-8 Ironman Weekend at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, featuring fully-open grandstands.
The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series “Return to Racing” included I-55 in May, with Brad Sweet and Kyle Larson winning a couple of thrillers.
The next week, Aug. 13-15, is “The One & Only Weekend” at Knoxville Raceway, featuring more than $400,000 in prize money, including the $50,000-to-win Brownells Capitani Classic presented by Great Southern Bank.
Three World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series races will run in place of the NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Store. Limited three-day ticket packages are available in advance at WorldofOutlaws.com.
The Outlaws’ traditional August trip to North Dakota includes River Cities Speedway on Friday, Aug. 21, and Red River Valley Speedway on Saturday, Aug. 22.
Tickets for these races are available through SLS Promotions.
August wraps up on Saturday, Aug. 29, with a new event at U.S. 36 Raceway in Cameron, Mo., followed on Sunday, Aug. 30, with a rescheduled event from earlier in the season at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb.
Tickets for both events will be available at WorldofOutlaws.com. Fans with previously-purchased tickets to the race at I-80 can use those tickets for the Aug. 30 event.
September launches with the previously-announced World of Outlaws return to Huset’s Speedway in Brandon, S.D., during Labor Day Weekend, Sept. 5-6.
Tickets are available at HusetsSpeedway.com.
The Outlaws will then remain in the Midwest and head to I-70 Motorsports Park in Odessa, Mo., for what will now be two separate events on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 11-12.
Fans with tickets for the originally-scheduled single-day event will have their tickets rolled over to the Saturday race, and can purchase tickets to the Friday show at WorldofOutlaws.com.
The last remaining open weekend before rejoining the existing schedule will include two events that were postponed earlier in the season.
First will be Oklahoma’s Lawton Speedway on Friday, Sept. 18, followed on Saturday, Sept. 19, by the $20,000-to-win Texas Outlaw Nationals at Devil’s Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas.
Unfortunately, with severe mass gathering restrictions in place in Paige, Texas, the postponed event at Cotton Bowl Speedway has been canceled.
While fans can purchase tickets to the Lawton and Devil’s Bowl races at WorldofOutlaws.com, those with tickets to Cotton Bowl will receive a credit for the face value of their ticket in their MyDirtTickets.com account.
If a refund is preferred, fans can click here to request a face value refund.
All events, including The One & Only Weekend at Knoxville, will be broadcast on DIRTvision to Fast Pass subscribers.
World of Outlaws’ Remaining 2020 Schedule
|July 23||Lincoln Speedway||Abbottstown, Pa.|
|July 24||Williams Grove Speedway||Mechanicsburg, Pa.|
|July 25||Williams Grove Speedway||Mechanicsburg, Pa.|
|Aug. 1||Wayne County Speedway||Orrville, Ohio|
|Aug. 2||Plymouth Speedway||Plymouth, Ind.|
|Aug. 7||Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55||Pevely, Mo.|
|Aug. 8||Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55||Pevely, Mo.|
|Aug. 13||Knoxville Raceway||Knoxville, Iowa|
|Aug. 14||Knoxville Raceway||Knoxville, Iowa|
|Aug. 15||Knoxville Raceway||Knoxville, Iowa|
|Aug. 21||River Cities Speedway||Grand Forks, N.D.|
|Aug. 22||Red River Valley Speedway||West Fargo, N.D.|
|Aug. 29||U.S. 36 Raceway||Cameron, Mo.|
|Aug. 30||I-80 Speedway||Greenwood, Neb.|
|Sept. 5||Husets Speedway||Brandon, S.D.|
|Sept. 6||Husets Speedway||Brandon, S.D.|
|Sept. 11||I-70 Motorsports Park||Odessa, Mo.|
|Sept. 12||I-70 Motorsports Park||Odessa, Mo.|
|Sept. 18||Lawton Speedway||Lawton, Okla.|
|Sept. 19||Devils Bowl Speedway||Mesquite, Texas|
|Sept. 25||Eldora Speedway||Rossburg, Ohio|
|Sept. 26||Lernerville Speedway||Sarver, Pa.|
|Oct. 2||Williams Grove Speedway||Mechanicsburg, Pa.|
|Oct. 3||Williams Grove Speedway||Mechanicsburg, Pa.|
|Oct. 9||Port Royal Speedway||Port Royal, Pa.|
|Oct. 10||Port Royal Speedway||Port Royal, Pa.|
|Oct. 16||Lakeside Speedway||Kansas City, Kan.|
|Oct. 24||Kokomo Speedway||Kokomo, Ind.|
|Nov. 5||The Dirt Track at Charlotte||Concord, N.C.|
|Nov. 6||The Dirt Track at Charlotte||Concord, N.C.|
|Nov. 7||The Dirt Track at Charlotte||Concord, N.C.|