Late Ted Johnson founded the sanctioning body in 1978. WoO means to feature the most powerful cars on dirt while committing to improving both competition and safety. For over 40 years, WoO has visited 23 states and raced at a combined 140 race tracks throughout the United States and Canada.
While the body continues sanctioning motorsports events at some famous dirt racing facilities, it experienced degradation where it sat dormant until being saved by World Racing Group in 2004. It has grown to what it is since.
This 2019 season was started in early February in Florida and will end in early November. The schedule consists of 40 up to 100 events and is said to be one of the most grueling motorsports across the globe.
The upcoming September sprint car schedule will be held on:
The event – named Wine Country Outlaw Showdown – will be held at Calistoga Speedway, 1435 Oak St. The racers are to win $10,000.
If you are interested in reserving a seat, you can call (844) 347-8849 for $55 a ticket, the same as the price for pit passes. General admission fee is $50 and $10 for 12 years old and under. Pit gates and ticket windows will be opened at 2 and 4 PM, respectively. The opening ceremony will start at 7 PM Pacific time.
September 20th to 21th
Outlaw Boot Hill Showdown will be held at Dodge City Raceway Park, Hwy. 56 & 14th Ave. The competitors will fight over $8,000.
The reservation fee is $40 and $70 for 2 days. Meanwhile, general admission fee is $35 and $65 for 2 days and free for kids under 12. Pit gates and tickets windows will be opened at 2 PM and 4 PM, respectively. The opening ceremony will start at 7 PM Central Time.
World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars will race at Jacksonville Speedway, 110 S Westgate. Any reservation and ticketing should be made by phone at (217) 317-3653. Smoking is allowed outside grandstand. The closest airport is KSPI.
Before the Crowns Showdown will take place at Eldora Speedway, 13929 State Route 118. The competitors are to win $10,000. General admission fee is $29 and free for ages 12 and under. Reservation seats are for $34. Parking cost is $5 or free, and smoking should only be in designated areas. James M. Cox Dayton International Airport is the closest one.
Named Commonwealth Clash, the event will be held at Lernerville Speedway, 313 N Pike Rd in Sarver. The racers will fight over $10,000.
The reservation fee is $32 for adults and $26 for students (6 to 12 years old). Meanwhile, general admission fee is $30 and $25 for students. Kids under 11 are free to watch while camping price is $75 all weekend.
Smoking policy for this event warns people not to smoke in the grandstands. If you want to go there, you can go by plane to closest airport Pittsburgh Int.