Tag: The Dirt Track at Charlotte

Sprint Cars

ROAD TO WORLD FINALS: Kraig Kinser Capping 2021 & Building for 2022

The march to the NGK/NTK World Finals means the conclusion of yet another year on the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series tour for Kraig Kinser. At 37-years-old, the Bloomington, IN native is still enjoying the road life and the never-ending pursuit of fielding fast race cars. He’s essentially locked-in for an

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Boom Briggs races at Circle City
Late Models

HERE COMES THE BOOM: Briggs looks ahead to NGK/NTK World Finals milestone

A significant milestone awaits World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model veteran Boom Briggs at the Dirt Track at Charlotte during the NGK/NTK World Finals Nov. 4-6. The Bear Lake, PA driver, is expected to make his 300th World of Outlaws start on Friday, Nov. 5—a milestone Briggs stated he couldn’t reach without the support

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Tyler Bruening prepares to race at Gondik Law Speedway
Late Models

CAPITAL CONSISTENCY: Bruening Relishes First Year with World of Outlaws

English Football Manager Sean Dyche once said, “Consistency of performance is essential. You don’t have to be exceptional every week, but as a minimum, you need to be at a level that even on a bad day, you get points on the board.” World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models driver Tyler Bruening’s consistency helped

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Sprint Cars

ROAD TO WORLD FINALS: Jacob Allen Aiming to Capitalize on More Opportunities

Jacob Allen’s patient mindset is one of his greatest strengths, but he’ll be the first to admit it’s been challenging this year. After breaking through for his long-awaited first career World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory last year, Allen wanted that winning feeling again in 2021, but he hasn’t found it

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Sprint Cars

ROAD TO WORLD FINALS: Wayne Johnson’s Sophomore Surge Continues

There’s no denying the progression of Wayne Johnson. The proof is in the pudding. Although he earned Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year honors in 2020, it was an admittedly slow season of transition for the former ASCS National 360 Sprint Car champion. He made 54 appearances with The Greatest Show on Dirt, but only

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