On Monday, the 2023-24 iRacing World of Outlaws Thrustmaster Sprint Car Series season kicks off at Volusia Speedway Park. 35 of the top dirt sim racers will compete for a piece of the $25,000 purse, the champion destined to take home $10,000 at season’s end.

Last season, fourth year competitor Tyler Schell claimed his first career championship, outlasting three-time series champion Alex Bergeron and sophomore Timothy Smith through the season. Schell took it by only eight points over Bergeron after an incredible run in the final race of the year.

Schell, Bergeron, and Smith will return this season to run it back for a chance at this year’s title. Joining them are some familiar names to the series and other World of Outlaws esports divisions, including James Edens and JD Brown, as well as the four World of Outlaws Buttkicker Late Model Series championship competitors this season—Kendal Tucker, Logan Rumsey, Blake Matjoulis and the two-time defending Late Model champion, Evan Seay.

Drivers will take on some of the most well-known dirt tracks across the United States, including the season-opening round at Volusia, a pre-Christmas date with Knoxville, the penultimate round at Eldora, and of course, the finale at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Port Royal Speedway will also debut on this season’s schedule.

Races will feature qualifying and heat racing to determine the 20 drivers that will compete in the Feature race. There will be four heat races of 10 laps each, where the top four will advance forward through to the main event. There will also be two 12-lap consolation races where the top two finishers in each will move on. In the 35-lap feature races, caution laps do not count. This will be the first season of the series since iRacing’s Dirt Refresh that was implemented for 2023 Season 3 in June.

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The full 2023-24 iRacing World of Outlaws Thrustmaster Sprint Car Series schedule is as follows:





1 Nov. 13, 2023 Volusia Speedway Park 35
2 Nov. 20, 2023 Weedsport Speedway 35
3 Nov. 27, 2023 Williams Grove Speedway 35
4 Dec 4, 2023 Lincoln Speedway 35
5 Dec. 11, 2023 Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 35
6 Dec. 18, 2023 Knoxville Raceway 35
OFF Dec. 25, 2023 Christmas Day
OFF Jan. 1, 2024 New Years Day
7 Jan. 8, 2024 Fairbury American Legion Speedway 35
8 Jan. 15, 2024 Port Royal Speedway 35
9 Jan. 22, 2024 Eldora Speedway 35
10 Jan. 29, 2024 The Dirt Track at Charlotte 35

The full 2023-24 iRacing World of Outlaws Thrustmaster Sprint Car Series driver roster is as follows:



00 Kendal Tucker
1 Mason Hannagan
5 Braden Eyler
07 Hayden Cardwell
8 Ross Keiser2
9 Tanner Miller3
11 Kenny Hoffman
12 Alex A Bergeron
13 Aiden Bierlein
14 JD Brown
16 Joey Lingron
20 Aiden Forster
21 Cameron Prichard3
22 Alec Serzynski
23 Kenny Miller
24 Tanner Pettit
25 Tyler Ducharme
33 Evan Seay
38 Brett Strickler
41 Logan Rumsey2
42 Noah Carpenter
46 Matthew Powell4
47 Chance Ciskowski
49 Ryan Avila
50 Clayton Davies
52 James Edens
54 Casey Simons
74 Adam Elby
85 Tyler Schell
86 Timothy S Smith
88 Garrett Hulsey
127 Blake Matjoulis
233 Lane Snook
888 Nathan Van de Wakker
960 Shawn English

Once again, the iRacing World of Outlaws Thrustmaster Sprint Car Series racing action will stream live on DIRTVision and across iRacing social media channels. First up, on Monday, November 13 is a date with Volusia Speedway Park. Tune in every Monday night, excluding Christmas and New Years, starting at 9PM ET.

For more information on the series, visit www.iracing.com/woosc. For more information on the World of Outlaws, visit www.worldofoutlaws.com. For more information on iRacing and for special offers, visit www.iracing.com.