World of Outlaws History: Entering his 22nd year racing with the Series, Pittman has started the 2019 season strong, sweeping DIRTcar Nationals and walking away with the Big Gator.
Finishing the 2018 season in 4th place, he added nine wins to his scorecard, one more than he scored during his champion 2013 season. For the past six year, since then, in fact, Pittman has finished in the top-five in the Point Standings.
In 2017 Pittman got on a roll in the summer and scored two wins in three starts during the West Coast swing in Montana and Washington.
And in 2016 he concluded the season runner-up in the battle for the championship. He registered 8 wins, 45 top-five and 68 top-ten finishes, improving on his 2015 campaign in each category. Coming off his win of the 2013 series championship, Pittman won 14 feature events, including a stretch of four in a row. He finished the championship battle in second.
Pittman began his World of Outlaws career in 1999. In 2001, he won the World of Outlaws Gumout Series championship. In subsequent seasons Pittman scored top-five and top-ten points finishes and racked up 29 wins.
Previous Racing History: Daryn Pittman is a former Australian Sprint Car Driver of the Year and World Sprint Car Series champion… In 1998, Pittman was named the Knoxville Nationals Rookie of the Year… He won the Keystone Cup Championship in Pennsylvania.
“The reason I am an Outlaw is because it’s exciting with the lifestyle, the type of racing, and how many races we run every year. Growing up, I used to go to watch the Outlaws race and dream of racing with them full time. Now I get to compete in the most exciting series that you are going to see.”
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