Almost exactly nine months after the 2021 season started at Volusia’s DIRTcar Nationals, it ended at Charlotte’s World Finals. It was a long and grueling, but rewarding road filled with 80 races and drives from coast to coast for the full-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series teams and drivers. On Sunday,
Kasey Kahne Racing is a steamroller. For a third straight season, this battalion from Mooresville, North Carolina, has flattened all title opposition. In its 18-year existence, KKR has collected 206 World of Outlaws Feature victories with reigning king Brad Sweet (74), Joey Saldana (67), first champ Daryn Pittman (47), Cody Darrah (6), Paul McMahan (5)
Not even Kasey Kahne himself could’ve predicted the rollercoaster ride that has been his 2021 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series campaign. It’s been the busiest season of his career with The Greatest Show on Dirt, and it was all on accident. By the conclusion of the NGK/NTK World Finals next week (Nov.
Never get caught staring at the standings. You hear it after two months of a six-month baseball campaign or Week Five of a 17-game football season. The message is clear: just do your job, play hard, and let the chips fall wherever they may. Do not waste concern on rival teams. Strengthen your own program.
Six months later, we’re returning to handle some unfinished business at Lawton Speedway on October 29 and Devil’s Bowl Speedway on October 30. After an April doubleheader was rained out, the newly-formed Halloween weekend took shape to keep the Oklahoma and Texas tracks on the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series schedule
Kasey Kahne’s roots at Skagit Speedway can be traced all the way back to 1985. “I loved this place so much growing up,” Kahne said. “It was always the coolest place to me whether I was watching the World of Outlaws or Dirt Cup. I remember sitting up in the grandstands with my mom like
Skagit River rages from Cascade Mountain snowmelt to spill into Skagit Bay and mother ocean. Just north of the river is the town of Alger, WA — population 403. Saturdays at Skagit Speedway, however, Alger swells with Sprint Car pride and presence. Jim Raper carved an oval among the evergreen trees in 1954. He created
The wait is finally over. The Greatest Show on Dirt is returning to the west coast. After a two-year absence, the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series is back in Washington state with four straight nights of racing scheduled from Friday to Monday. Highlighting the Pacific Northwest adventure is the Sage Fruit
A busy stretch of three races over the next five nights awaits the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series. It all starts tonight as The Greatest Show on Dirt returns to River Cities Speedway for the third time this season, hoping to complete its first event at the Grand Forks, ND bullring.
For the first time in his career, Kasey Kahne can call himself a full-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series driver. After a strong showing during Southern Iowa Speedweeks and an eighth-place finish in the 60th NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals, Roth Motorsports has decided to name Kahne as the driver of