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  1. Should be fun https://worldofoutlaws.com/news/fox-sports-kicks-off-wednesday-night-iracing-with-world-of-outlaws-on-fs1/
  2. I’m assuming this ban will be enforced by all the state governors so basically racing will be shut down until mid May.
  3. con7

    Ryan Newman

    I do think this will calm them down a bit. The cars have gotten so safe that drivers make moves today they never would have in the 80s and 90s. It’s been a long time since there’s been this kind of scare put into them and let’s hope it has a positive impact.
  4. The late model feature was good. If the mods were the headliner I’m sure they’d have reworked the track before their feature.
  5. It’s kind of like them using the All Stars in the early week of the sprint week. They know the crowds won’t be as good as the weekend so they don’t want to pay the Woo purse.
  6. That was a bad one for sure. Thank God he was able to walk away.
  7. Yes the nightmare of having access to virtually all major dirt track racing events on a quality feed for a low monthly price. Woe is me!
  8. Not to pile on, but there’s no truth to this whatsoever. The WoO started in 1978 and by the early 90s it was about 15 years old. There was also never a card handed out like Costco or Sams Club that said “Outlaw” that allowed you to follow the tour. Regardless, Billy Pauch is one of the finest dirt drivers to ever live, that we can agree on.
  9. I wouldn’t bother, you hear the same thing about Sammy Swindell in sprint cars, for some reason people can’t accept that Father Time is undefeated. For what it’s worth, I’m still trying to unravel the WoO being an invitation-only league in the 1990s, that’s some high quality nonsense there.
  10. To which I reply...why would he? The same arguments get used against Schatz because he doesn’t race Wjngless sprints or only races midgets at the Chili Bowl. Back in the day there was a monetary benefit to running different divisions but unless you just like to drive different cars or have some goal of being a sprint or midget driver, I don’t see why he would take time out of his mod deal to run a different division for less Money.
  11. I think Dippel is still 12 if I’m not mistaken.
  12. Only this board is obsessed with that distinction, we realize the driver doesn’t gross 100% of his winnings. But I say to that, there are not many short track drivers that “win” 400k, and very very few travel as little as Sheppard to do it.
  13. An absurd amount for a local racer. It’s laughable that some think Mcriedie couldn’t make a ton of money if he came back to modifieds.
  14. Waiting until the day of is best for most events unless it’s a super In demand ticket. Stubhub ticket prices usually decline a Bunch right before the event as the sellers get nervous about not being able to sell. Scalpers are also good.
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