Owens Comes Out On Top Of Thrilling Late-Race Battle To Earn Second Career World 100 Triumph At Eldora Speedway

WoO LMS Stars Contend: Lanigan's Bid Falls Short, Richards & McCreadie Run Into Trouble While In Top Five

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director/DIRTcar Racing P.R.

ROSSBURG, OH – Sept. 10, 2011 – Jimmy Owens was in a league of his own for most of Saturday night's 41st annual World 100 at Eldora Speedway.

The final 10 laps, however, were a dogfight for the 39-year-old from Newport, Tenn., who had to turn back challenges from Darrell Lanigan, Don O'Neal and Eddie Carrier Jr. to secure his second career victory in the prestigious DIRTcar UMP-sanctioned event.
Read more: Owens Grabs The Globe

Richards Shoots For Another Crown-Jewel Victory This Weekend (Sept. 9-10) In World 100 At Eldora Speedway

Confident Young Star Eyes $44,000 Top Prize In Dirt Late Model Racing's Most Prestigious Event

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

ROSSBURG, OH – Sept. 6, 2011 – Josh Richards finally joined the exclusive fraternity of crown-jewel dirt Late Model event winners one month ago.

But while that means the 23-year-old star from Shinnston, W.Va., no longer must answer the questions of when he'll capture his first Big One, he still craves a victory in the division's Biggest One – this weekend's 41st annual World 100 at Eldora Speedway.
Read more: Ready To Take On The 'World'

Jason Covert On The Joy Mining Machinery 50 Sunday (Sept. 4) At Roaring Knob: It's Shaping Up As 'One Of The Best Races Of The Year'

Regional Star Says First-Ever World of Outlaws Late Model Series Visit To Pennsy Track Is A Can't-Miss Event

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

MARKLEYSBURG, PA – Sept. 1, 2011 – Jason Covert has a pretty straightforward message for any fan contemplating a visit to Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex for the 'Joy Mining Machinery 50' this Sunday night (Sept. 4).

Don't miss it!

"It's gonna be one of the best races of the year," the regional dirt Late Model standout said of the first-ever World of Outlaws Late Model Series event at the three-eighths-mile oval. "I guarantee it."
Read more: Covert Pumped Up For Roaring Knob

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Event Preview: 'Black Diamond 125' This Saturday Night (Sept. 3) At Tyler County Speedway

One Driver Can Pocket $30,000 In First-Place Cash During Saturday's Action At West Virginia Quarter-Mile

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

MIDDLEBOURNE, WV – Aug. 29, 2011 –

CAN'T MISS THIS: The 'Black Diamond 125' this Saturday night (Sept. 3) at Tyler County Speedway hasn't been dubbed "Dirt Racing's Newest and Coolest Crown Jewel" for nothing.

With a unique split-field, three-feature format that spreads the wealth to race teams and provides fans incredible bang for their buck...with Saturday's program alone giving one competitor a chance to ride off with $30,000 in first-place winnings...with more than 135 drivers entered as of Monday afternoon...with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series banner flying over the event for the first time...with an action-packed, quarter-mile 'Bullring' serving as the venue – yes, it's easy to see why the second annual Labor Day weekend spectacular is one of the most anticipated shows on the 2011 dirt Late Model calendar.
Read more: Big Money In West Virginia

And The Winner Is: Daugherty Tops World of Outlaws Late Model Series Weight-Loss Competition

Brian Daugherty raised his arms in triumph. Then he proudly displayed $800 in cash.

Port City Racing's Integra Shocks technical representative emerged the winner of the World of Outlaws Late Model Series's version of the 'Biggest Loser' contest, beating out four other familiar faces from the national tour in a five-week-long weight-loss battle. He cut the largest percentage of body weight among the entrants in the competition, which culminated with an official weigh-in on Thursday during an open-house/pig roast at Keyser's Port City Racing in Coopersville, Mich.

For more details on the contest, click on the 'The Scoop With Scoop' blog on the lower right side of this page or follow this link directly to the blog.

VanWormer Ready To Challenge World of Outlaws Late Model Series Stars On His Michigan Turf This Weekend

Wolverine State Doubleheader Takes National Tour To Winston Speedway (Aug. 19) & Merritt Raceway (Aug. 20)

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

CONCORD, NC – Aug. 14, 2011 – Jeep VanWormer is ready for what just might be the biggest weekend of dirt Late Model racing his home state of Michigan has ever seen.

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series is set to invade the Wolverine State this weekend for a huge doubleheader on Friday night (Aug. 19) at Winston Speedway in Rothbury and Saturday evening (Aug. 20) at Merritt Raceway in Lake City – and naturally, Pinconning, Mich.'s VanWormer feels a special duty to defend his turf against the national tour's stars.
Read more: Jeep Welcomes WoO To Michigan

Rivalry Renewed: Mars Ready For Showdown With Bloomquist This Weekend (Aug. 4-6) In USA Nationals At Cedar Lake Speedway

Star Drivers Face Off For First Time Since Bloomquist Protested Mars's Tires Following Firecracker 100

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

NEW RICHMOND, WI – Aug. 3, 2011 – Jimmy Mars has a pretty good idea what people will be talking about when he rolls into the pit area at Cedar Lake Speedway this weekend (Aug. 4-6) for the 24th annual USA Nationals presented by U.S. Steel.

It'll be something to do with Mars and Scott Bloomquist facing off...right, Jimmy?

"Yeah," smiled Mars. "I would imagine that will be a big topic of conversation."
Read more: Mars/Bloomquist Face Off At Cedar Lake

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Stars Looking Forward To Big-Track Showdown This Wednesday Night (Aug. 3) At Shawano

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

SHAWANO, WI – Aug. 2, 2011 – Most of the stars of the World of Outlaws Late Model Series got their first taste of the sprawling Shawano Speedway last year.

What was the traveling standouts' consensus opinion of the half-mile fairgrounds oval? They seemed to enjoy their visit – and that's why they're looking forward to the national tour's return to Shawano this Wednesday night (Aug. 3) for another mid-week spectacular topped by a 50-lap, $10,000-to-win A-Main.
Read more: Outlaws Return To Shawano

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Set To Contest 300th A-Main Since 2004 On Tuesday Night (July 26) At Dog Hollow Speedway

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

STRONGSTOWN, PA – July 25, 2011 – The World of Outlaws Late Model Series is set to reach a milestone in its history on Tuesday night (July 26) at Dog Hollow Speedway.

With sunny skies and a break in the heat wave forecast for Tuesday, the 'Laurel Highlands 40' at Jim Michny's four-tenths-mile oval appears destined to become the 300th WoO LMS A-Main contested since the national tour was restarted in 2004 under the World Racing Group banner.
Read more: A Milestone For The World of Outlaws

Good Buddies, Fellow Rookies: Davies & Lobb Eagerly Await This Week's World of Outlaws Late Model Series Action On Home Turf

National Tour's Pennsy Tripleheader Visits Dog Hollow (July 26), McKean County (July 27) & Eriez (July 31)

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

CONCORD, NC – July 24, 2011 – Ron Davies and John Lobb are longtime buddies. They share the same race shop. They're spending the 2011 season caravanning together across the country as rookies on the World of Outlaws Late Model Series.

And of course, they're both eagerly anticipating the coming week. The WoO LMS, after all, will contest a three-race swing on the veteran drivers' familiar Keystone State turf.
Read more: Rookies Race At Home


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