World of Outlaws History: Logan Schuchart’s 2019 season was a breakout year for the Hanover, Pa. driver. He won eight races, doubling his World of Outlaws career win total, and finished fifth in the Series Point Standings.
He collected two wins the year prior.
In 2017, Schuchart’s fourth full-time season with the Series, he establish himself as a threat on the World of Outlaws circuit, picking up four wins throughout the season. When track conditions go slick, Schuchart has the knack of piloting his No.1S to the front.
Schuchart completed his third full-time season on the tour in 2016 by doubling up in the wins column. His first career series win came at Cedar Lake (WI) Speedway. He also recorded a career-best 20 top-fives, 39 top-tens and three quick times with the series.
In 2015, he recorded six top-five finishes, 30 top-ten finishes and one quick time award. Schuchart wrapped up his first full World of Outlaws season in 2014, when he amassed five top-five finishes, including three podium finishes, 15 top-ten finishes and one quick time award. He finished the season 12th in the points.
In 2013, Schuchart ran a partial Outlaws schedule with additional 410 sprint car events. He captured three top-ten finishes and one quicktime award. Outside of Outlaw events, Schuchart captured an additional five victories, and six more podium finishes. He also earned 23 top-five and 46 top-ten finishes.
Previous Racing History: Schuchart’s grandfather and team owner is sprint car hall of famer Bobby Allen… Jacob Allen, Schuchart’s teammate, is also his uncle… At 8 years old, Schuchart was the Rookie of the year at Hunterstown Speedway… Schuchart progressed into 358 Sprint Cars and competed at several Pennsylvania tracks including, Trail-Way Speedway, Lincoln, Williams Grove and Susquehanna, and he became the youngest driver ever to win the Lincoln Speedway 348 track championship… In his first year in a 410 Sprint car, 2012, Schuchart was voted the National Sprint Car Rookie of the Year by the by the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame.
“Growing up, my grandpa [Bobby Allen] taught me to ‘never give up, keep pushing and keep working at it if you really want something,’ so that’s what we live by when we race.”
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