WOO TOUR CONTINUES THROUGH NEW YORK, MARYLAND

Outlaws Schedule Takes Tony Stewart Racing Teams to New York, Maryland

INDIANAPOLIS (May 15, 2012) – Now, this is more like it. One week after the World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series raced on three consecutive nights, Tony Stewart Racing’s (TSR) Steve Kinser and Donny Schatz, along with the rest of the traveling Winged Sprint car stars, will hit the track three more times this week. A slate that includes a pair of stops in New York, beginning with Wednesday’s race at Rolling Wheels Raceway in Elbridge, N.Y., and concludes with their only 2012 appearance in Maryland. Saturday the Outlaws return to Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, N.Y., for the first time since the fall of 2008 and, the following night, the series makes its first stop at Hagerstown (Md.) Speedway since the summer of 2005.

Read more

2012 FEED THE CHILDREN PRELUDE TO THE DREAM

The Prelude To The Dream is ‘One Perfect Night’

The Stars of NASCAR, NHRA, INDYCAR and the World of Outlaws Race Under the Lights in All-Star Event at Eldora Speedway in Support of Feed The Children Wednesday, June 6 Presented Live on HBO Pay-Per-View®

CONCORD, N.C. (May 15, 2012) – On Wednesday, June 6 in tiny Rossburg, Ohio, stars representing NASCAR, NHRA, INDYCAR and the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series align in a big way with the Prelude To The Dream.

Eldora Speedway will once again play host to the all-star dirt Late Model race featuring more than 25 world renowned drivers as they battle for dirt supremacy on the half-mile clay oval where HBO Pay-Per-View® will present the event LIVE in high-definition to the entire nation. Net proceeds from the telecast will support Feed The Children, a U.S.-based charity that domestically has helped more than 365,000 families since 2009 through its Americans Feeding Americans Caravan. Read more

WILLIAMS GROVE RETURN NOT GOOD FOR SCHATZ

Things didn’t go well in Saturday’s WIlliams Grove A-Feature. (WRT SpeedWerx – Walls)

THAT WASN’T THE PLAN

MECHANICSBURG, PA – (May 12, 2012) Donny Schatz headed to Williams Grove Speedway looking to snap a 15-race win draught at the famed half-mile dirt oval. Schatz, entered the doubleheader at Williams Grove as the point leader following a seventh-place finish Thursday night at Lincoln Speedway. When the dust settled, Schatz left Williams Grove still looking to break the streak.

“We had high hopes heading into the Grove,” said Schatz. “We are still struggling to get our STP car driving forward. The crew has done everything they can to find the answer. We’ll get there, it’s just a matter of time.”
Read more

SCHATZ SEVENTH IN LINCOLN RETURN

Donny Schatz at Lincoln Speedway. (WRT SpeedWerx – Walls)

BETTER THAN LAST TIME AT LINCOLN

HANOVER, PA –  (May 1o, 2012) It had been 14 years since Donny Schatz circled Lincoln Speedway in central Pennsylvania. He didn’t qualify for the main event that race back in 1998 and things were certainly better on Thursday night. Mother Nature pushed the return to the track back one night, but that didn’t keep the fans from packing the place.

Schatz took advantage of an early qualifying number and earned the second position in qualifying behind the wheel of the TSR No. 15 STP/Armor All backed J&J. He finished fourth in the second heat and sixth in the dash. In the 30-lap feature event, Schatz maintained his top-10 position and ultimately worked his way up to finish seventh. The finish coupled with Sammy Swindell’s 18th-place finish moved Schatz back on top in the standings.

Read more

SCHATZ READY FOR EASTERN SWING

Rivalry with ‘Pennsylvania Posse’ Resumes for Tony Stewart Racing

Donny Schatz last won at Williams Grove in July 2008. (George Levy Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS (May 8, 2012) – There is nothing like a good rivalry to get fans on their feet. Every team has some sort of rival and competing against them annually simply fuels the fire. It’s that type of animosity the makes life on the World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series tour so much fun. Each and every driver wants to win, but doing better than a rival sometimes even makes not winning tolerable. Since the series began back in 1978, the Outlaws have always enjoyed the rivalry they have with the Pennsylvania Posse, a regional group of drivers who annually present the biggest challenge to the traveling Sprint car racers. Read more

SCHATZ CHARGES FORWARD AT ELDORA

Schatz at speed on the high banks of Eldora Speedway (Travis Branch photo.)

ROSSBURG, Ohio (May 6, 2012) – The World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Series’ first 2012 visit to Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, followed the script of what has been a wild first quarter of the season.

Four-time WoO champion Donny Schatz led the Tony Stewart Racing (TSR) contingent in the two-night Outlaw Thunder presented by Goodyear, earning a runner-up finish Friday and sixth place Saturday. Steve Kinser finished third and eighth over the two nights, respectively, while Tony Stewart came home seventh Friday and 18th Saturday. Read more

SCHATZ RETURNS TO ELDORA

Donny and Sammy Swindell battle it out. (Travis Branch photo)

Tony Stewart Racing Tandem Feeling the Need for Speed at Eldora

INDIANAPOLIS (May 2, 2012) – Getting behind the wheel of any racecar takes a lot of nerve. Jumping in one that weighs in the neighborhood of 1,200 pounds and possesses more than 900 horsepower can be a little overwhelming.

There isn’t much that intimidates the adrenaline junkies known as the World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series, but if there were a track that might, it’d be the famed high banks of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. The speed, coupled with the G-forces a driver feels circling the half-mile dirt oval owned by Tony Stewart, pushes the limits of bravery. It’s the thrill of being the best at Eldora that outweighs any sort of reluctance from the best Sprint car drivers in the world. Read more

SCHATZ WINS WOO FARMER CITY

Donny Schatz celebrates WoO Win No. 116. (Travis Branch Photo)

Victory Moves Schatz Back on Top

FARMER CITY, Ill. (April 25, 2012) There were nearly a half-dozen drivers within striking distance of the lead eight laps into the World of Outlaws feature at Farmer City Raceway on Wednesday.

As the competitors banged wheels and narrowly negotiated lapped traffic, the packed stands took advantage of the first World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event at the high-banked, quarter-mile oval since 2003. Read more

SCHATZ JOINS PRELUDE FIELD

Ready for Action. (Travis Branch photo)

WORLD OF OUTLAWS SPRINT CAR SERIES CHAMPIONS JOIN
FEED THE CHILDREN PRELUDE TO THE DREAM LINEUP

ROSSBURG, Ohio (April 21, 2012) – The concrete wall ringing the dirt around the topside of Tony Stewart’s historic Eldora Speedway has intimidated just about every driver who has ever turned laps at the nationally acclaimed half-mile clay oval.

Two drivers who have plenty of respect for those walls are World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series champions Steve Kinser and Donny Schatz, and they are the two most recent additions to the driver lineup for the June 6 Prelude to the Dream. Read more