Outlaw Speedway Prepares for 6th Annual Fall Nationals, Sept. 24 & 25

WOODHULL, NY – With the 2021 regular season point battles now into the record books, Outlaw Speedway owner/promoter, Tyler Siri is preparing for the 6th Annual Fall Nationals at the popular Yates County speed plant.

“After purchasing the track six years ago I set out to make four events yearly attractions and the tradition will continue again in 2021. The Spring Nationals in April, Summer Nationals in July, the Fall Nationals in September, and the Dutch Hoag Memorial in October. Unless we have had weather related issues, we have run these events every season, except for 2020 and that was due to the pandemic. The Fall Nationals will be huge this year with a multitude of different divisions over the two-night span coupled with piles of money going out to the competitors.” That according to track owner, Tyler Siri.

On Friday night, September 24, the track will play host to the Patriot Sprint Tour 360 Division as they race for $4,000.00 to win in their regularly scheduled event after they complete the remaining 20 laps of their August 7 event that was cut short due to rain. The winner of the PST make-up will receive $4,000 making for potentially any driver walking out of Outlaw Speedway with $8 K in their pocket for the nights work. The Friendly Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram Modifieds will have a qualifier for their Saturday night $4,000 to win event which will lock in the top two finishers. In addition, the Sunrise Insulation American Racer Sportsman will run for $1,500 to win.

Also, on the extensive Friday night card the 600 cc Modifieds will run for $750 to win plus the Winner’s Circle Deli Mini Stocks race for $1,000 winner’s share. The Stan’s No Tubes Street Stocks will round out the night with a special event paying $1,000 to win plus the top two finishers are locked in for the Saturday night feature event.

Then on night two of the Fall Nationals set for Saturday, September 25 the Insinger Performance Modified Gun Slinger 50 will highlight the night in an event that pays the winner $4,000. The Speed Connection DIRTcar Hoosier Tire Sportsman race for $1,500 to win and the Winners Circle Deli 4 Cylinder Open Rules Mini Stocks as well as the NAPA Hobby Stocks race for $1 Grand to win for each division. Also, on Saturday the Stan’s No Tubes Street Stocks will race for a winner’s share of $1,250.




1 on 1 Spectator races are also on the Saturday docket paying the winner $250.

Once again, the track will be providing a mouth-watering Chicken BBQ on Saturday located at the Outlaw Speedway Saloon in the pit area.

The top two in each feature finish are guaranteed re-draw spots for the Dutch Hoag Memorial Weekend in October.

Sounds like a lot of racing, well it is so, make your plans now to be a part of the traditional running of the Outlaw Speedway Fall Nationals on Friday and Saturday, September 24 and 25, 2021.

Free camping at the track is available and everyone is encouraged to bring their tents and campers and enjoy the camaraderie. Free rides on the Outlaw Speedway Monster Truck, Outlaw Crusher are available each race night.

The Outlaw Saloon is open each event night for those catching the action in the pit area. Ice cold beer is always available and those in attendance can catch a breath -taking view of all the action from on the platform roof of the Saloon.

If you can’t attend the Fall Nationals, pay per viewing is available each night and for more information on how to subscribe to the Outlaw Speedway TV go to the tracks Facebook.

Up to the minute information pertaining to the Outlaw Speedway Fall Nationals including any weather-related matters, gate and start times as well as both back and front gate ticket prices will be posted at www.facebook.com/OutlawSpeedwayLLC/.

Additional information including track marketing partners, contacts and directions to the facility are just a click away at www.outlawspeedwayllc.com.

The Outlaw Speedway is located on RT. 14a in Dundee, NY right in the heart of the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate, NY. Just a short drive from Seneca Falls, Geneva, Penn Yan, Watkins Glen and Hammondsport communities.