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Dollansky the Promoter


Dollansky in Dual Roles as World of Outlaws Sprint Cars Tackle Clay County

Elk River, Minn. native and family to promote event at “Worlds Greatest County Fair” in Spencer, Iowa

CONCORD, N.C. — SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 — Many World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series drivers would consider racing a 900 horsepower winged rocket ship enough of a challenge on any given night. Since 2007, Craig Dollansky has upped the ante for one night each season and taken on the dual role of racer and promoter as he and his family have staged the annual Arnold Motor Supply Shootout at Clay County Fair Speedway in Spencer, Iowa. (Steve LaMothe photo.)

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Tony Stewart Racing Tandem Chase Outlaw Victories in Iowa, Minnesota

INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 14, 2011) – When a team gets on a roll, it wants to compete as much as it can. Tony Stewart Racing’s (TSR) Steve Kinser closed the World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series annual Gold Rush tour with his eighth win of year on Monday night at Antioch (Calif.) Speedway, and he can’t wait to return to action this weekend and continue his pursuit of a 21st WoO championship.

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Back to the Midwest: Kraig Kinser Set for Stops at Clay County Fair Speedway & Deer Creek Speedway

Granger, IA—Sept. 13, 2011—With the calendar well into September, and the leaves starting to turn, that means one thing, the World of Outlaws season is beginning to wind down. The series will make their final appearance of the season in the Upper Midwest this weekend with a pair of shows, as the stretch run continues, with just 11 main events remaining in 2011. For Kraig Kinser, this weekend will present a couple of tracks that he has run up front at and been in contention for wins at.

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California Closing: Elite Racing ends their final California tour in 2011

“It’s like a race. Curtain opens, out you go, and the stage is yours” (Lansbury). As Elite Racing took to the track this weekend in California, the stage was theirs. It was like a three act play as the World of Outlaws raced for the final time this season in Jason Meyers and Elite Racing’s home state. During the first act they spent some time in the spotlight at Silver Dollar Speedway, before the curtain came crashing down during Act II in the Gold Cup Race of Champions. Then the stage changed as they traveled to Antioch Speedway for the third act. After the grand finale, the critics had their opinions, but it did not change the fact that Meyers left his home state with a 75 point lead over his nearest competitor.

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