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Kraig Kinser Visits Three Tracks in Two States in Six Days

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — August 11, 2014 — With the Knoxville Nationals now in the books, the season starts to wind down for many racers across the country. That’s not the case for the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series as yet another busy stretch of races begins this week. Kraig Kinser will embrace this swing through the Plains and Upper Midwest, as he will be action at three different tracks in a pair of states over the course of a six-day span.

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Salute to the King Tour Invades Gerdau Magic City Showdown at Nodak on Sunday

Inside Line Promotions – MINOT, N.D. – This Sunday will mark the final trip to Nodak Speedway for Steve Kinser as a full-time member of the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series.

The Gerdau Magic City Showdown Presented by Schatz Crossroad Truck Stop and Minot Tourism will host the Salute to the King Tour, which will give Kinser one final chance at winning a World of Outlaws race at the 3/8-mile track.

“It’s been a nice race track and I’ve enjoyed racing there,” he said.

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River Cities Speedway Hosts World of Outlaws Salute to the King Tour This Friday

Inside Line Promotions – GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Steve Kinser has been in the middle of some of the most epic World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series races.

A lot of those races have been at River Cities Speedway, which hosts its second – and final – World of Outlaws event of the season this Friday.

“It’s a fun little race track to run on,” Kinser said.

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Salute to the King Tour, World of Outlaws Visit Junction Motor Speedway Tuesday

Inside Line Promotions – McCOOL JUNCTION, Neb. – Steve Kinser will make his final visit to Junction Motor Speedway as a full-time member of the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series on Tuesday.

The Salute to the King Tour with the premier sprint car series will make its lone stop at the 3/8-mile track in rural Nebraska this season, which will mark the fourth race there in the last five years.

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Kraig Kinser Finishes Second in Knoxville Preliminary Feature; Will Start Ninth in Knoxville Nationals

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — August 9, 2014 — Kraig Kinser had to wait a couple extra days to get on the track for his preliminary night at the 54th FVP Knoxville Nationals Presented by Casey’s General Store due to Mother Nature, but he made the most of it, finishing second to lock himself into tonight’s 50-lap, $150,000-to-win main event. Kinser started second and led 23 laps on Friday night, before Shane Stewart executed a last-lap pass to take the win.

“You never want to finish second, after leading so many laps, but we really didn’t know what we had coming into the Nationals, so to content for the win and lead so many laps, we’ll take it,” said Kinser. “Getting locked in for tonight was the main thing and we can fine-tune on the car now today, rather than have to worry about running earlier in the day.”

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Hollidge Looks for Another Upset

Hollidge Looks For Another Memorable Performance During Upcoming WoO LMS Mid-Atlantic Swing

National Tour Heads to Delaware, Maryland & Virginia for Blockbuster Three-Race Weekend

CONCORD, N.C. – Aug. 12, 2014 – It’s not likely that Dale Hollidge will ever forget his World of Outlaws Late Model Series victory last season at Winchester Speedway, but if he ever does, it probably won’t take very long before someone reminds him of it.

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At A Glance: Who Can Chase Down Donny Schatz

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At A Glance: Who Can Chase Down Donny Schatz in the Race for the Championship?

Daryn Pittman is second, 118 points back, while Paul McMahan is third, 174 points out of lead

CONCORD, N.C. — Aug. 11, 2014 — With the Knoxville Nationals in the books, the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series heads back into the Upper Midwest for a three race swing that will take them to Junction Motor Speedway in Nebraska, and River Cities Speedway and Nodak Speedway in North Dakota.

Now that the first two-thirds of the season is complete and the ‘Month of Money’ has concluded, the focus turns to the race for the championship, where five-time Outlaws champion Donny Schatz has a 118 point lead over second place Daryn Pittman, the series’ reigning champion. In third, Paul McMahan, who has four wins this season and has been a consistent presence in the top-ten during 2014, is 174 points away from Schatz and the lead.

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