Friday - October 21st at 7:00PM
FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 EVENTS:
We will have open practice for all cars from 7PM-10PM. Overnight parking of haulers will be allowed and teams are encouraged to come Friday to secure their spot. There will be a DJ and bonfire in the camping area from 7PM-midnight. Come party at Outlaw Speedway!
Pit Pass: $20 (All ages)
SATURDAY OCTOBER 22 EVENTS:
Dutch Hoag Modified 70 - $7,000 to win - $700 to start – 70 laps. Plus a 7 lap dash paying $700 to win.
ESS Sprint Car Open featuring ESS, Patriot & URC 360 Sprints - $3,000 to win - $300 to start.
IMCA Mods – $1,000 to win – 25 laps.
602 Crate Sportsman - $1,500 to win – $150 to start – 30 laps.
4 Cylinder Open Outlaw Style - $1,000 to win – 25 laps.
600 Sprints - $1,000 to win – 20 laps.
Pure Stocks - $500 to win – 25 laps.
Empire Street Stock 100 - $2,000 to win - $200 to start.
8AM Gates open
12PM Hot laps
1PM Heat Races begin
4PM Track Prep & Dinner
5PM Opening Ceremony
5:30PM Features begin
Grandstand: $22 (Ages 12 & under always free!)
Seniors: $20 (65+)
Pit Pass: $40 (All ages)
Street Stocks & Modifieds have a $20 Entry Fee
Sep 28, 2016 06:57 AM EDT
AJ Ward, Matt Cole Win IMCA Fast Shaft Invitational Ballot Qualifiers At Outlaw Fall Nationals
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For Immediate Release – September 28th, 2016 – Greg Mesler photo -
(Dundee, NY) – $2,500 in winner’s purse money was on the line this past weekend at the Outlaw Fall Nationals for the IMCA Modified competitors, and a total of forty-nine teams filled the pit area between Friday and Saturday night.
Friday saw twenty-six competitors qualify for the twenty-five lap A-Main. Michigan’s AJ Ward made the long tow to Outlaw Speedway, in search of finishes that would help his points tally in the regional and state standings before IMCA points locked in on Sunday the 25th.
Ward would take care of business on Friday night, dominating the race from his front row starting spot, alongside Pennsylvania’s Jake Maynard who traveled back from school in Ohio to compete in Dundee, NY. Ward simply cruised away, leaving the rest of the field to battle for second on back.
That battle would be a good one all the way through the top five as Maynard had an incredible battle with Matt Cole, Beau Ballard, Keith Lamphere, Tony Harris and ‘The Wizard’ Tim Sebring. Two, three and nearly four-wide racing kept the crown entertained, as the IMCA contingent showed just how good a race . . .