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2020 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series

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2020 World of Outlaws
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The 2020 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series season is the 42nd season of the winged sprint car series in the United States. The season began with the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park on February 7, and will end with the Can-Am World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte on November 7.

Brad Sweet entered the 2020 season as the defending series champion.[1]

Full-time teams and drivers[edit]

There are 12 drivers currently competing with the World of Outlaws full-time.[2]

No. Driver Hometown Team
1a Jacob Allen Hanover, Pennsylvania Shark Racing
1s Logan Schuchart Hanover, Pennsylvania Shark Racing
2 Carson Macedo Lemoore, California Kyle Larson Racing
2C Wayne Johnson Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Two-C Racing
7S Jason Sides Bartlett, Tennessee Sides Motorsports
11K Kraig Kinser Bloomington, Indiana Steve Kinser Racing
15 Donny Schatz Minot, North Dakota Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing
17 Sheldon Haudenschild Wooster, Ohio Stenhouse Jr.-Marshall Racing
33M Mason Daniel Springville, California Mason Daniel Racing
41 David Gravel Watertown, Connecticut Jason Johnson Racing
49 Brad Sweet Grass Valley, California Kasey Kahne Racing with Mike Curb
83 Daryn Pittman Owasso, Oklahoma Roth Motorsports

Schedule and results[edit]

The 2020 World of Outlaws schedule was released on December 6, 2019.[3] On March 13, the series announced the postponement of the next eight events through April 9, including the one scheduled for that evening at Cotton Bowl Speedway, due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.[4] On March 23, the series announced that four events previously postponed, as well as four additional races through April 18, would be canceled. The series noted that the four other events would be rescheduled for dates to be determined.[5] On April 9, the series canceled the Vado Speedway Park races on April 24 and 25.[6]

No. Date Event Track/Location Winning driver Winning team Hard Charger award B-Main winner Dash winner Fastest qualifier
1 February 7 DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard Ford Volusia Speedway Park, Barberville, Florida Donny Schatz[7] Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing Sheldon Haudenschild Lucas Wolfe Donny Schatz David Gravel
2 February 8 Brad Sweet[8] Kasey Kahne Racing with Mike Curb Logan Schuchart Jacob Allen Ian Madsen Daryn Pittman
3 February 9 Logan Schuchart[9] Shark Racing Sheldon Haudenschild Kyle Larson Daryn Pittman David Gravel
March 14 East Texas Lone Star Shootout LoneStar Speedway, Kilgore, Texas Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
March 21 Wildcat Shootout USA Raceway, Tucson, Arizona Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
March 22 Arizona Desert Shootout Arizona Speedway, San Tan Valley, Arizona Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
March 28 SoCal Showdown Perris Auto Speedway, Perris, California Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
April 10 Merced Speedway, Merced, California Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
April 11 Ocean Outlaw Showdown Ocean Speedway, Watsonville, California Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
April 17 FVP Platinum Battery Showdown Stockton Dirt Track, Stockton, California Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
April 18 Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
April 24 Vado Speedway Park, Vado, New Mexico Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
April 25 Race canceled due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
4 May 1 Lawton Speedway, Lawton, Oklahoma
5 May 2 Devil's Bowl Speedway, Mesquite, Texas
6 May 6 Jacksonville Speedway, Jacksonville, Illinois
7 May 8 #LetsRaceTwo Eldora Speedway, Rossburg, Ohio
8 May 9
9 May 13 Gettysburg Clash Lincoln Speedway, Abbottstown, Pennsylvania
10 May 15 Morgan Cup Williams Grove Speedway, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
11 May 16
12 May 19 Bridgeport Speedway, Bridgeport, New Jersey
13 May 23 United Rentals Patriot Nationals The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Concord, North Carolina
14 May 25 Memorial Day Spectacular Lawrenceburg Speedway, Lawrenceburg, Indiana
15 May 29 Jason Johnson Classic Lake Ozark Speedway, Eldon, Missouri
16 May 30 I-70 Speedway, Odessa, Missouri
17 June 3 I-80 Speedway, Greenwood, Nebraska
18 June 5 Northern Tour River Cities Speedway, Grand Forks, North Dakota
19 June 6 Granite City Speedway, Sauk Rapids, Minnesota
20 June 12 Brownells Big Guns Bash Knoxville Raceway, Knoxville, Iowa
21 June 13
22 June 17 Dirt Oval at Route 66, Joliet, Illinois
23 June 19 Dubuque Speedway, Dubuque, Iowa
24 June 20 Jim "JB" Boyd Memorial presented by Karavan Trailers Beaver Dam Raceway, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
25 June 25 42nd Annual AGCO Jackson Nationals Jackson Motorplex, Jackson, Minnesota
26 June 26
27 June 27 -
28 July 2 FVP Platinum Battery Showdown Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wisconsin
29 July 3
30 July 10 34 Raceway, West Burlington, Iowa
31 July 11 Badger 40 Wilmot Raceway, Wilmot, Wisconsin
32 July 12 Terre Haute Action Track, Terre Haute, Indiana
33 July 14 Ohio Logistics Brad Doty Classic Attica Raceway Park, Attica, Ohio
34 July 15 Jokers Wild Eldora Speedway, Rossburg, Ohio
35 July 16 Knight Before the Kings Royal
36 July 17 Kings Royal
37 July 21 Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup Lernerville Speedway, Sarver, Pennsylvania
38 July 24 Champion Racing Oil Summer Nationals Williams Grove Speedway, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
39 July 25
40 July 31 The Big "R" Outlaw Showdown Ransomville Speedway, Ransomville, New York
41 August 1 Empire State Challenge Weedsport Speedway, Weedsport, New York
42 August 7 Night Before the Ironman Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55, Pevely, Missouri
43 August 8 Ironman 55
August 12 NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey's General Stores Knoxville Raceway, Knoxville, Iowa -
August 13 -
August 14 -
SPEED SPORT World Challenge - - -
44 August 15 NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey's General Stores - -
45 August 21 Second Leg of the Northern Tour River Cities Speedway, Grand Forks, North Dakota
46 August 23 Dakota State Fair Speedway, Huron, South Dakota
47 August 23 Red River Rumble Red River Valley Speedway, West Fargo, North Dakota
48 August 28 Rushmore Outlaw Showdown Black Hills Speedway, Rapid City, South Dakota
49 August 29 The Brawl at Big Sky Big Sky Speedway, Shepherd, Montana
50 September 4 Skagit Speedway, Alger, Washington
51 September 5
52 September 7 Grays Harbor Raceway, Elma, Washington
53 September 7 Willamette Speedway, Lebanon, Oregon
54 September 11 Gold Cup Race of Champions Silver Dollar Speedway, Chico, California
56 September 12
57 September 18 Stockton Dirt Track, Stockton, California
58 September 19 Wine Country Outlaw Showdown Calistoga Speedway, Calistoga, California
59 September 25 BeFour the Crowns Showdown Eldora Speedway, Rossburg, Ohio
60 September 26 Commonwealth Clash Lernerville Speedway, Sarver, Pennsylvania
61 October 2 Champion Racing Oil National Open Williams Grove Speedway, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
62 October 3
63 October 9 Nittany Showdown Port Royal Speedway, Port Royal, Pennsylvania
64 October 10
64 October 16 FVP Platinum Battery Showdown Lakeside Speedway, Kansas City, Kansas
65 October 24 Kokomo Speedway, Kokomo, Indiana
November 5 Can-Am World Finals The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Concord, North Carolina Only the qualifying portion is held on the first day of the World Finals. The first set is for the first race, and the second set is for the second race.[10]
66 November 6
67 November 7
± TBA Cotton Bowl Speedway, Paige, Texas Race postponed due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic, but has not yet been rescheduled.
± TBA Santa Maria Raceway, Nipomo, California Race postponed due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic, but has not yet been rescheduled.
± TBA Thunderbowl Raceway, Tulare, California Race postponed due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic, but has not yet been rescheduled.
± TBA Race postponed due to 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic, but has not yet been rescheduled.
  • ≠ indicates the race was canceled
  • ≈ indicates the race was a non-points event
  • ± indicates the race was postponed but has not yet been rescheduled

Schedule notes and changes[edit]

The following races were postponed or cancelled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic:

  • March 13 race at Cotton Bowl Speedway was postponed due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic. The race has not yet been rescheduled.
  • East Texas Lone Star Shootout (March 14) at LoneStar Speedway was canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
  • Wildcat Shootout (March 21) at USA Raceway was canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
  • Arizona Desert Shootout (March 22) at Arizona Speedway was canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
  • SoCal Showdown (March 28) at Perris Auto Speedway was canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
  • March 29 race at Santa Maria Raceway was postponed due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic. The race has not yet been rescheduled.
  • April 3 and 4 races at Thunderbowl Raceway were postponed due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic. The race has not yet been rescheduled.
  • April 10 race at Merced Speedway was canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
  • Ocean Outlaw Showdown (April 11) at Ocean Speedway was canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
  • FVP Platinum Battery Showdown (April 17 and 18) at Stockton Dirt Track was canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.
  • April 24 and 25 races at Vado Speedway Park were canceled due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic.

Championship standings[edit]

Driver standings[edit]

As of the February 9 race at Volusia Speedway Park, Brad Sweet is the driver points leader.[11]

Pos. Driver Pts. Wins
1 Brad Sweet 438 1
2 Logan Schuchart 436 1
3 Daryn Pittman 424 0
4 Donny Schatz 424 1
5 Carson Macedo 412 0
6 James McFadden 406 0
7 Sheldon Haudenschild 404 0
8 Aaron Reutzel 392 0
9 Kerry Madsen 378 0
10 Shane Stewart 374 0
11 Brian Brown 364 0
12 Danny Dietrich 358 0
13 Parker Price-Miller 354 0
14 Cory Eliason 350 0
15 Tim Shaffer 348 0
16 Sam Hafertepe 348 0
17 Lucas Wolfe 338 0
18 Jacob Allen 336 0
19 Jason Sides 322 0
20 Ian Madsen 316 0
21 Brock Zearfoss 314 0
22 Mason Daniel 314 0
23 Kraig Kinser 314 0
24 Kyle Larson 312 0
25 Wayne Johnson 310 0
26 Brent Marks 308 0
27 Terry McCarl 306 0
28 Chad Kemenah 304 0
29 Cale Conley 296 0
30 Anthony Macri 286 0
31 Paul McMahan 286 0
32 John Garvin 282 0
33 David Gravel 278 0
34 Bill Rose 270 0
35 Greg Wilson 270 0
36 Kurt Conklin 180 0

Team standings[edit]

As of the February 9 race at Volusia Speedway Park, the No. 49 Kasey Kahne Racing with Mike Curb entry is the team points leader.[12]

Pos. No. Team Pts. Wins
1 49 Kasey Kahne Racing with Mike Curb 438 1
2 1S Shark Racing 436 1
3 83 Roth Motorsports 424 0
4 15 Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing 424 1
5 2 Kyle Larson Racing 412 0
6 9 Kasey Kahne Racing with Mike Curb 406 0
7 17 Stenhouse Jr.-Marshall Racing 404 0
8 41 Jason Johnson Racing 400 0
9 87 Baughman/Reutzel Motorsports 392 0
10 2M Big Game Motorsports 378 0
11 7 Sides Motorsports 374 0
12 21 Brian Brown Racing 364 0
13 48 Gary Kauffman Racing 358 0
14 26 Rudeen Racing 350 0
15 14 Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing 348 0
16 15H Hill's Racing 348 0
17 5W Lucas Wolfe Auto Racing 338 0
18 1A Shark Racing 336 0
19 5 CJB Motorsports 330 0
20 7S Sides Motorsports 322 0
21 18 KCP Racing 316 0
22 3Z Jet Hangar Motorsports 314 0
23 33M Mason Daniel Racing 314 0
24 11K Steve Kinser Racing 314 0
25 57 Silva Motorsports 312 0
26 2C Two-C Racing 310 0
27 4 TMAC Motorsports 306 0
28 15K Liz Matus Racing 304 0
29 3C Ravici Racing 296 0
30 13 Buch Racing 286 0
31 39M Macri Motorsports 286 0
32 J4 Liz Matus Racing 282 0
33 6 Bill Rose Racing 270 0
34 W20 Greg Wilson Racing 270 0
35 14P PPM Racing 232 0
36 B15 Boughter Motorsports 180 0

References[edit]

Category:World of Outlaws Sprint Car seasons World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series


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