Tag: David Gravel

Sprint Cars

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: World of Outlaws Back on Track at Volusia & East Bay

After almost a month on the sidelines, The Greatest Show on Dirt is set to roar back to life this weekend. A heap of cancellations due to weather, COVID-19 restrictions, and even State of Emergencies marred the February slate, but a new revised schedule has been released and we’re re-kicking off the World of Outlaws

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Checkered Past

Checkered Past: Outlaws do Daytona

Ask any kid in a Quarter Midget where they dream to race. Most will answer Indianapolis or Daytona because 500-milers in those hallowed cathedrals are America’s most famous, most prestigious, most lucrative events. To win either is to be immortal. To win both is to be A.J Foyt or Mario Andretti. Foyt and Mario rose

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Sprint Cars

TEXAS TWO STEP: Outlaws Doubleheader at Cotton Bowl One Month Away

In exactly one month, the superstars of the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will be in the midst of a Texas tango. Returning to Cotton Bowl Speedway on Friday & Saturday, February 26-27, next month’s trip will mark the third and fourth visit in Series history to the Paige, TX 3/8th-mile.

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Sprint Cars

‘Dirty South’ Swing on tap after season-opening weekend

For the past 16 years, the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series took a couple of weeks off after DIRTcar Nationals before jumping into the most intense tour in motorsports. Not this year. Four days after DIRTcar Nationals concludes, The Greatest Show on Dirt will begin its “Dirty South” Swing at four

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Sprint Cars

ALL-TIME WINS: Several Drivers Advance Win Records

Thirteen drivers visited Victory Lane with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series in 2020. The majority of them increased their rank on the all-time wins list, while they all increased their stock in the history books. Two-time and defending Series champion Brad Sweet, of Grass Valley, CA, and David Gravel, of

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Checkered Past

Checkered Past: One ‘Sick’ Season

No trips to California. No swings through New York. No banquet. This was “The Year From Hell!” Historians will reflect on 2020 well past the next plague. The global pandemic, called COVID-19, brought the world to a grinding halt. Everyone was told to stay home, buy a mask. Prior to 2020, those who hid faces

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