Working Man 50/Firecracker 100 Finale Labor Day Doubleheader
Sarver, Pa. - Sept. 1, 2015 - The World of Outlaws Late Model Series will be returning to the Lernerville Speedway Sept. 4-5 for an impromptu doubleheader featuring the biggest names in Dirt Late Model racing. When the Firecracker 100 presented by GottaRace.com was washed out in June, World of Outlaws officials decided to reschedule the “Firecracker Finale” for Saturday, Sept. 5, in conjunction with the Working Man 50 scheduled for Friday, Sept. 4.
Richards Outduels Clanton At Eriez Speedway, Completes Sweep of World of Outlaws Late Model Series Three-Race Weekend
West Virginia Driver Follows Friday and Saturday's Victories at Atomic Speedway with another Dominating Performance at Eriez on Sunday
ERIE, Pa. - Aug. 23, 2015 - Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., wrapped up a perfect weekend on the World of Outlaws Late Model Series with a dominating victory in front of a near-capacity crowd Sunday night at Eriez Speedway.
Richards, who opened the national tour's three-race weekend with victories at Atomic Speedway in Chillicothe, Ohio, on Friday and Saturday, overtook WoO LMS points leader Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga., on lap 31 of Sunday's 50-lap A-Main at Eriez and cruised through the remainder of the caution-free race on his way to his ninth WoO LMS victory of the season and his fifth in the tour's past six races.
Richards Cruises At Atomic Speedway, Completes Sweep Of Ohio Oval’s World of Outlaws Late Model Series Doubleheader
Red-Hot West Virginia Driver Will Aim for Weekend Trifecta in Sunday's WoO LMS Visit to Eriez Speedway
CHILLICOTHE, Ohio - Aug. 22, 2015 - Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., put on another stellar performance Saturday night at Atomic Speedway, leading all 50 laps of the night's main event to complete a sweep of the 3/8-mile oval's World of Outlaws Late Model Series doubleheader weekend.
The three-time WoO LMS champion left no doubt as to who was the dominant car at Atomic's two-race event in driving his Valvoline Rocket Chassis house car to a lead of more than eight seconds in Saturday's caution-free race. Richards, 27, earned $10,150 for his eighth WoO LMS victory of the season and his fourth in the national tour's past five events.