1 MONTH ALERT: October Brings World of Outlaws Sprint Car Stampede to Devil’s Bowl

Devil's Bowl Speedway 4-Wide

A stampede like no other is planned in Texas this October.

The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series makes its second and final trip of 2023 to Devil’s Bowl Speedway for a World of Outlaws showdown on Friday-Saturday, Oct. 20-21.

It’ll be the first time since 1980 that the Mesquite, TX track has hosted four World of Outlaws races in a year. The track is also the birthplace of the Series, hosting the World of Outlaws’ inaugural race in 1978.

During the Series’ visit to the 1/2-mile speedway in the spring, four-time and reigning champion Brad Sweet scored his second win at the track and James McFadden earned his first. There have been four different winners in the last four events – McFadden, Sweet, Brent Marks (2022) and Logan Schuchart (2021). Before that, Schuchart went on a stretch of three wins a row between 2019 and 2021.

The event will also help set the stage for the season-ending World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Nov. 1-4, being the last weekend before the Series makes the trek to Concord, NC.

What you need to know:
More Event Info

Track: 1/2 mile in Mesquite, TX
Track Record: 13.306 seconds by Jason Johnson on April 27, 2018

Times (CT):
2 p.m. Pit Gates Open
5 p.m. Grandstand Gates Open
6:30 p.m. Hot Laps/Qualifying
-Racing to follow

Tickets: Available HERE

Last Race Video Recap (April 1, 2023):

Previous Winners:
2023 – Brad Sweet on March 31, James McFadden on April 1
2022 – Brent Marks on April 2
2021 –Logan Schuchart on Oct. 30
2020 – Logan Schuchart on Sept. 19
2019 – Logan Schuchart on April 12
2018 – Daryn Pittman on April 27, Donny Schatz on April 28
2017 – Jason Johnson on April 14, Brad Sweet on April 15
2016 – Joey Saldana on April 22, Shane Stewart on April 23
2015 – Donny Schatz on April 25
2014 – Donny Schatz on April 18, Daryn Pittman on April 19
2003 – Tyler Walker on March 15
2002 – Joey Saldana on March 16
2001 – Craig Dollansky on March 10, Joey Saldana on October 27
2000 – Danny Lasoski on March 11, Sammy Swindell on October 28
1999 – Danny Lasoski on April 24, Sammy Swindell on April 24 (1998 Winter Nat’ls finale), Gary Wright on October 15
1998 – Steve Kinser on March 21
1997 – Mark Kinser on March 22, Mark Kinser on October 18
1996 – Steve Kinser on March 23, Mark Kinser on October 19
1995 – Gary Wright on March 18, Stevie Smith on July 29, Gary Wright on October 21
1994 – Andy Hillenburg on March 19, Steve Kinser on July 30, Sammy Swindell on October 23
1993 – Steve Kinser on March 20, Gary Wright on July 31, Dave Blaney on October 23
1992 – Stevie Smith on March 21, Sammy Swindell on June 13, Steve Kinser on October 24
1988 – Dave Blaney on March 19, Steve Kinser on June 18
1987 – Sammy Swindell on March 15, Bobby Davis, Jr., on June 20
1986 – Bobby Allen on March 9, Sammy Swindell on June 21
1985 – Steve Kinser on March 3, Sammy Swindell on June 21
1984 – Steve Kinser on March 4, Bobby Davis, Jr., on May 4, Jeff Swindell on June 22
1983 – Doug Wolfgang on April 22, Ron Shuman on June 24
1982 – Bobby Davis, Jr., on March 20, Steve Kinser on June 25
1981 – Danny Smith on March 14, Doug Wolfgang on March 21, Ron Shuman on June 26
1980 – Doug Wolfgang on March 15, Sammy Swindell on March 22, Sammy Swindell on June 27, Sammy Swindell on September 13
1979 – Steve Kinser on March 31, Sammy Swindell on September 8
1978 – Jimmy Boyd on March 18, Sammy Swindell on September 16

If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all the action live on DIRTVision.

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