Tim Shaffer: Full-Time Outlaw for 2018
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Dirt racing has quickly become a favorite with the over 65,000 iRacing members who also race NASCAR, IndyCar, sports cars, grand prix cars and more.
California tour kicks off March 9-10 at Tulare
iRacing released dirt oval racing earlier this year to its online racing platform and currently offers five dirt tracks - Eldora, Williams Grove, Volusia, Lanier and USA Speedway with Knoxville slated to be released in December. Limaland Motorsports Park, The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway and one additional track are also already in production and slated for early 2018 releases. iRacing members can race a wide range of dirt cars on these tracks including dirt street stocks, World of Outlaw Sprint cars and Late Models, USAC sprint cars and NASCAR Camping World Trucks.
Eyes on the Prize; Contenders for the Big Gator
CONCORD, NC - Oct. 24,2017 - The arrival of Winter and the frigid northern cold blast has prompted an early cancellation of this weekend's World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series Outlaw Boot Hill Showdown at Dodge City Raceway Park.
Ian Madsen Going Full-Time Outlaw Racing in 2018
"The Outlaw Boot Hill Showdown is traditionally an outstanding event that everyone looks forward to attending, however, in the best interest of the fans and racers that we have decided to cancel this weekend's event at Dodge City Raceway Park," said Series Director Carlton Reimers.
Outlaws second visit to The Action Track since 2006
Volusia Speedway Park, located in Barberville, Florida, is a half-mile, high-banked, clay oval, known as the World's Fastest Half Mile. The track opened as a quarter-mile oval in 1968 and then expanded to a three-eighths-mile in 1969, and then once again expanded to a half-mile in 1972. The clay oval was paved in 1989 and was then converted back to dirt in 1997 and has been dirt ever since.