Night Two of DIRTcar Nationals

Click here to watch or listen live to the broadcast, or chat with other fans at

Follow along with live race notes by clicking and

Click here to follow live timing-and-scoring.

Like us on Facebook for pictures and updates every day.

BARBERVILLE, Fla. – Feb. 11, 2015 – World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series regular Kerry Madsen enters the second night of DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park with momentum at his back as he prepares to take on the half-mile track with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions.

The Keneric Racing driver swept all three All Star nights at Bubba Raceway in Ocala, Fla. It added to an already productive 2015 that has seen Madsen take two big wins in Australia.

“We had a lot of confidence coming out of last season anyway,” Madsen said. “[Bubba] was sort of a pre-season thing – anything can happen. We just wanted to go down there and run well and get back in the motions. To win three in a row, to get the opportunity to win and get the job done, that was great for the team. We’re firing on all cylindars. It’s dirt track racing, we’re at a new track this week but we are super excited to be here at Volusia.

“Hopefully we can keep the momentum up. In reality we’re not going to go on some winning sweep forever. We know what’s to come but we’re confident we’re starting the season off on a high for sure.”

Madsen enters 2015 after one of the most successful seasons of his career. He took six wins in his American Racing Custom Wheels car and finished fourth in the championship standings.

“We had an awesome season last year, a good points finish in fourth,” Madsen said. “A win at Kings Royal and some other big races. Hopefully this team goes on to some bigger and better things. We’ve got a great organization with great people… We’re super excited to see what happens.”

The key to success in 2015 is consistency, Madsen said.

“You can have one week and you’re excited – we won have three in a row. The reality is, 10 months to go, 90 races. It’s a marathon. It’s a jog. You can’t get out of the blocks with a sprint and think we’re going to put something on this in the first ten races. We’re just going to try to plod along and do our thing. It’s about getting some good, consistent finishes at the start of our season and then building off of that from there.”

Full Roster for Wednesday’s UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions Event

O7 Steve Buckwalter Royersford PA
1Z Lucas Wolfe Mechanicsburg PA
2D Danny Lasoski Dover MO
4 Cody Darrah Red Lion PA
4S Danny Smith Chillicothe OH
7 Craig Dollansky Elk River MN
7S Jason Sides Bartlett TN
9 Daryn Pittman Owasso OK
10H Chad Kemenah Elvada OH
11 Steve Kinser Bloomington IN
11K Kraig Kinser Bloomington IN
12 Robbie Stillwaggon Burlington NJ
14K Dale Blaney Hartford OH
15 Donny Schatz Fargo ND
15H Sam Hafertepe Jr. Sunnyvale TX
27 Greg Hodnett Thomasville PA
29 Kerry Madsen St. Marys NSW
41 Jason Johnson Eunice LA
45 Tim Shaffer Aliquippa PA
49 Brad Sweet Grass Valley CA
51 Paul McMahan Nashville TN
59 Danny Holtgraver Pittsburgh PA
63 Kody Swanson Kingsburg CA
71M Joey Saldana Brownsburg IN
71MX Paul May Terre Haute IN
77X Wayne Johnson Oklahoma City OK
83 David Gravel Watertown CT
98H Dave Blaney Cortland OH

Follow the UNOH All-Star Circuit of Champions on Twitter at, Like the series on Facebook at and visit their website at

Which Schedule Would You like to Add to Your Calendar