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CLIMBING THE CHARTS: Modern Stars Continue Rising on World of Outlaws All-Time Win List

13 Multi-Time Feature Winners in 2022 is Second-Most in Series History

The All-Time Win List is a sacred place with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series.

Winning with The Greatest Show on Dirt is no easy task, and that’s why it’s ultra-special when it happens. Through the thousands and thousands of racers who have competed with the Series since Ted Johnson founded it in 1978, only 149 of the best have been able to score a victory through almost 3,600 races held over the 45 seasons.

In 2022, a pair of young guns added their name to the list, others padded their stats, and some set themselves up for the chance to hit a major milestone in 2023. In total, 18 different drivers stood in World of Outlaws Victory Lane this season with 13 of them doing so on multiple occasions – nearly breaking the all-time record of 14 multi-time winners from 2002.

Offering 69 officials wins this year, the All-Time Win List saw some significant shakeups, and we’re here to break that down. A full version of the list can be found at the bottom.

Donny Schatz, of Fargo, ND, continues to lead the way among active drivers with 307 career wins, ranking third all-time behind “The King” Steve Kinser (690) and “Slammin” Sammy Swindell (394). The 10-time champion tacked on five more wins in 2022, including an 11th Knoxville Nationals title. That brings his total to 225 since joining the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing #15 team in 2008.

Behind Schatz, Brad Sweet and David Gravel will enter 2023 with the potential of reaching the top-10 on the All-Time Win List – something that hasn’t been done since 2018 when Daryn Pittman bumped Jac Haudenschild. They’re currently trailing Stevie Smith (84) and Pittman (86) as they reside in 11th and 12th on the list.

Sweet, a five-time winner this year and champion in four-consecutive seasons, currently sits at 79 wins – with all of those coming in the Kasey Kahne Racing #49. Gravel, a seven-time victor and championship runner-up, is right behind him at 76 wins – those coming from seven different teams including CJB Motorsports (32), Jason Johnson Racing (19), Big Game Motorsports (18), Roth Motorsports (4), Rod Tiner Racing (1), Bill Rose Racing (1), and DDR Motorsports (1).

With an 11-win campaign, Carson Macedo became the ninth driver in history to stand atop the win column by himself. In a span of two years since joining the Jason Johnson Racing #41, the Lemoore, CA native has risen from 53rd to 35th to 23rd on the All-Time Win List with 28 career wins – doing so at only 26 years old.

A nine-win season for Sheldon Haudenschild marked a career-best effort for the Wooster, OH native, who delivered the 100th win for the Haudenshild family this year. All 31 of his triumphs – including his miraculous $100,000 win at the Huset’s Speedway High Bank Nationals in June – have come in the Stenhouse Jr. / Marshall Racing #17 with NOS Energy Drink support.

Logan Schuchart and Jacob Allen delivered the winningest season yet for Shark Racing with nine total victories by the disciples of “Scruffy” Bobby Allen. Schuchart was a five-time winner in the #1S, moving him past his Hall of Fame grandfather and into 20th on the All-Time Win List at 35 scores. Allen enjoyed a breakout campaign with four wins – including a $25,000 Gold Cup Race of Champions title over his teammate at Silver Dollar Speedway – to jump into 62nd All-Time at five total triumphs.

The winningest non-full-time driver in 2022 was Brent Marks, of Myerstown, PA, with five wins aboard the Murray-Marks Motorsports #19. He topped Devil’s Bowl Speedway, Williams Grove Speedway, Knoxville Raceway, and most notably Eldora Speedway – for a $275,000 sweep of the Historical Big One and Kings Royal – to highlight his career year and send him to 39th All-Time with 12 career wins.

Kyle Larson, of Elk Grove, CA, continued to shine in limited action, winning four races in 18 starts with Paul Silva’s guidance on the #57. At 28 wins, ranking 23rd All-Time, he’s the winningest driver in history to have never contested a full-time season and this year became the third-quickest to reach 25 wins (through 126 appearances).

At 57 years old, PA Posse legend Lance Dewease won three World of Outlaws races in a single season for the first time in his career – with all three coming at Williams Grove Speedway in the Kreitz Racing #69K. He’s now tied for 31st All-Time with 20 wins alongside another Pennsylvania icon, Greg Hodnett.

Giovanni Scelzi, of Fresno, CA, was twice a winner in his home state to bump his grand total to five World of Outlaws wins at the age of 20 years old. At Bakersfield Speedway, the KCP Racing #18 pilot led the youngest 1-2 finish in Series history with 16-year-old Corey Day hot on his tail.

A winner at Bristol and Huset’s, Spencer Bayston became the seventh driver in history to score multiple wins during a Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year campaign. The 24-year-old native of Lebanon, IN is now at four wins with three of those coming under the tutelage of Barry Jackson in the CJB Motorsports, TrueTimber, Signing Day Sports #5.

The winningest Sprint Car racer in the country this year, Anthony Macri finally made his maiden voyage to World of Outlaws glory in October with a Port Royal Speedway sweep. The 23-year-old sensation from Dillsburg, PA became the first driver since 1979 to earn his first two career wins in back-to-back fashion.

Before Macri, 20-year-old Buddy Kofoid, of Penngrove, CA, added his name to the All-Time Win List with a Huset’s Speedway triumph aboard the Crouch Motorsports #11 – becoming the youngest winner with the Series in 2022.

Delivering a milestone 99th win for Roth Motorsports, James McFadden scored his fifth career win at Lakeside Speedway when the Australian snapped an 81-race drought in October. Another dry spell broken was that of Rico Abreu, who claimed his ninth-career win (48th All-Time) when he aced Eldora Speedway to end his four-year, 105-race winless streak.

“The Jonestown Jet” Brock Zearfoss earned his first win as a World of Outlaws full-timer at Cedar Lake Speedway, marking his first win with the Series since his inaugural score five years and 169 races ago in 2017. Brian Brown, of Higginsville, MO, stopped his own streak of three years and 90 races without a win when he topped Knoxville Raceway for his sixth-career triumph, a win that was the first for Danny Lasoski as a crew chief with the World of Outlaws.

The all-time wins list will be adjusted again when the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars’ 2023 season kicks off Feb. 9-11 at Volusia Speedway Park for the 52nd DIRTcar Nationals. Fans can BUY TICKETS HERE or watch every lap LIVE on DIRTVision if you can’t make it to the track.

All-Time World of Outlaws Win List

RankDriver (Hometown)Wins
1stSteve Kinser (Bloomington, IN)690
2ndSammy Swindell (Germantown, TN)394
3rdDonny Schatz (Fargo, ND)307
4thMark Kinser (Oolitic, IN)203
5thDoug Wolfgang (Sioux Falls, SD)140
6thDanny Lasoski (Dover, MO)122
7thJoey Saldana (Brownsburg, IN)105
8thDave Blaney (Hartford, OH)95
9thDaryn Pittman (Owasso, OK)86
10thStevie Smith (New Oxford, PA)84
11thBrad Sweet (Grass Valley, CA)79
12thDavid Gravel (Watertown, CT)76
13thJac Haudenschild (Wooster, OH)72
14thCraig Dollansky (Elk River, MN)66
Bobby Davis Jr. (Memphis, TN)66
16thJason Meyers (Clovis, CA)58
17thJeff Swindell (Bartlett, TN)51
18thAndy Hillenburg (Broken Arrow, OK)42
19thShane Stewart (Bixby, OK)36
20thLogan Schuchart (Hanover, PA)35
21stSheldon Haudenschild (Wooster, OH)31
22ndBobby Allen (Hanover, PA)30
23rdKerry Madsen (St. Mary’s, NSW, AUS)28
Kyle Larson (Elk Grove, CA)28
Carson Macedo (Lemoore, CA)28
26thTim Shaffer (Aliquippa, PA)27
Paul McMahan (Nashville, TN)27
28thRon Shuman (Tempe, AZ)24
29thRick Ferkel (Green Springs, OH)21
Tim Kaeding (San Jose, CA)21
31stGreg Hodnett (Memphis, TN)20
Lance Dewease (Fayetteville, PA)20
33rdBrad Doty (Apple Creek, OH)18
34thJohnny Herrera (Albuquerque, NM)17
Kraig Kinser (Bloomington, IN)17
36thJason Sides (Bartlett, TN)15
37thBrooke Tatnell (Sans Souci, NSW, AUS)13
Terry McCarl (Altoona, IA)13
39thTim Green (San Jose, CA)12
Don Kreitz Jr. (Sinking Spring, PA)12
Tyler Walker (Los Angeles, CA)12
Jason Johnson (Eunice, LA)12
Brent Marks (Myerstown, PA)12
44thDale Blaney (Hartford, OH)11
Fred Rahmer (Salfordville, PA)11
46thDanny Smith (Chillicothe, OH)10
Joe Gaerte (Rochester, IN)10
48thKeith Kauffman (Mifflintown, PA)9
Brent Kaeding (Campbell, CA)9
Kenny Jacobs (Holmesville, OH)9
Rico Abreu (St. Helena, CA)9
52ndJimmy Sills (Placerville, CA)8
Cody Darrah (Red Lion, PA)8
54thJeff Shepard (Finksburg, MD)7
Chad Kemenah (Findlay, OH)7
56thLee Osborne (Spencerport, NY)6
Steve Smith (New Oxford, PA)6
Lynn Paxton (Mechanicsburg, PA)6
Gary Wright (Hooks, TX)6
Aaron Reutzel (Clute, TX)6
Brian Brown (Higginsville, MO)6
62ndJohnny Anderson (Palmdale, CA)5
Danny Wood (Norman, OK)5
Brian Paulus (Mechanicsburg, PA)5
Brad Furr (Pleasanton, CA)5
Danny Dietrich (Gettysburg, PA)5
Christopher Bell (Norman, OK)5
Giovanni Scelzi (Fresno, CA)5
Jacob Allen (Hanover, PA)5
James McFadden (Alice Springs, NT, AUS)5
71stDub May (Hobbs, NM)4
Jack Hewitt (Troy, OH)4
Ian Madsen (St. Mary’s, NSW, AUS)4
Spencer Bayston (Lebanon, IN)4
75thShane Carson (Oklahoma City, OK)3
Lee James (Northridge, CA)3
Mark Dobmeier (Grand Forks, ND)3
Jason Solwold (Burlington, WA)3
Tony Stewart (Columbus, IN)3
Cris Eash (Woodbine, MD)3
81stLee Brewer Jr. (Memphis, TN)2
Lealand McSpadden (Tempe, AZ)2
Darrell Hanestad (San Lorenzo, CA)2
Kramer Williamson (Palmyra, PA)2
Rickey Hood (Memphis, TN)2
Smokey Snellbaker (Dover, PA)2
Frankie Kerr (Fremont, OH)2
Billy Pauch Sr. (Frenchtown, NJ)2
P.J. Chesson (Far Hills, NJ)2
Randy Hannagan (San Jose, CA)2
Greg Wilson (Benton Ridge, OH)2
Chad Layton (Harrisburg, PA)2
Doug Ash (Lancaster, PA)2
Shane Golobic (Fremont, CA)2
Cory Eliason (Visalia, CA)2
Parker Price-Miller (Kokomo, IN)2
Brock Zearfoss (Jonestown, PA)2
Anthony Macri (Dillsburg, PA)2
99thJimmy Boyd (Oakland, CA)1
Johnny Beaber (Gibsonburg, OH)1
Randy Ford (Elmore, OH)1
Bentley Warren (Kennebunkport, ME)1
Jim Edwards (Phoenix, AZ)1
Buster Venard (Tustin, CA)1
Rick Goudy (Cerritos, CA)1
Allen Klinger (Mechanicsburg, PA)1
Larry Gates (St. Joseph, IN)1
Dean Thompson (Carson, CA)1
Bill Stief (Essington, PA)1
Ken Schrader (Festus, MO)1
Terry Gray (Bartlett, TN)1
Gary Scott (MO)1
Tim Gee (Whitehorse, YT, CAN)1
Ronnie Daniels (Monks Corner, SC)1
Rick Ungar (Belpree, OH)1
Rocky Hodges (Des Moines, IA)1
Dave Bradway Jr. (Roseville, CA)1
Chuck Miller (Morgan Hill, CA)1
Craig Keel (Weedsport, NY)1
Todd Shaffer (Millerstown, PA)1
Jerry Stone (Tulsa, OK)1
Joey Allen (Hanover, PA)1
Billy Brian Jr. (Ephrara, PA)1
Kelly Kinser (Bloomington, IN)1
Kevin Gobrecht (New Oxford, PA)1
Jason Statler (Grass Valley, CA)1
Ed Lynch Jr. (Apollo, PA)1
Blake Feese (Saybrook, IL)1
Mark Smith (Sunbury, PA)1
Erin Crocker (Wilbraham, MA)1
Dean Jacobs (Wooster, OH)1
Kevin Swindell (Germantown, TN)1
Brian Leppo (New Oxford, PA)1
Tony Bruce Jr. (Liberal, KS)1
Sam Hafertepe Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX)1
Sean Becker (Orovile, CA)1
Travis Jacobsen (Lake Stevens, WA)1
Lucas Wolfe (Mechanicsburg, PA)1
Roger Crockett (Medford, OR)1
Jonathan Allard (Chico, CA)1
Ryan Smith (Kunkletown, PA)1
Dusty Zomer (Brandon, SD)1
Stewart Friesen (Niagra, ONT, CAN)1
Bill Balog (North Pole, AK)1
Kyle Hirst (Paradise, CA)1
Freddie Rahmer (Salfordville, PA)1
Carson Short (Marion, IL)1
Tyler Courtney (Indianapolis, IN)1
Buddy Kofoid (Penngrove, CA)1
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