TERRE HAUTE, IN – USAC Racing and the World of Outlaws will come together Oct. 12-13 at the Terre Haute Action Track for the Wabash Clash, creating Indiana’s biggest fall weekend of sprint car racing.
USAC National Sprint Cars tackle the historic half-mile speedplant on Friday, Oct. 12, before the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Cars roll into Terre Haute on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Season-long championship battles will be heating up for both series, creating an intense atmosphere in the heart of Indiana sprint car country. Chris Windom is trying to secure a second-consecutive USAC National championship, but Kevin Thomas Jr. might stand in his way. Last October it was Thomas who captured the victory, ending Windom’s three-race win streak at Terre Haute. Meanwhile, Donny Schatz is aiming to make it a perfect 10 as the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car champ. Schatz was the last Outlaw to win at Terre Haute, taking the checkers in 2014.
Advanced tickets, including a two-day package, are on sale now by clicking WorldofOutlaws.com. Two-day reserved tickets are $60, two-day General Admission is $50. Kids 11-and-under are free in General Admission.
For more information on the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series go to WorldofOutlaws.com, and for more on USAC Racing go to USACRacing.com.