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iRacing World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Kicks Off 2022-23 Season

iRacing World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Kicks Off 2022-23 Season

The iRacing World of Outlaws Carquest Auto Parts Sprint Car Series Kicks Off For The 2022-23 Season.

The premier series for the world’s top sprint car sim racers is up and running as the iRacing World of Outlaws Carquest Auto Parts Sprint Car Series begins a 10-week quest for glory at Volusia Speedway Park at 9PM ET. As always, the racing action will stream live on DIRTVision and across iRacing social media channels, as 35 drivers go wheel-to-wheel for their share of a $25,000 prize pool.

The 10-race championship sees the series visit many of the biggest venues in the real-world World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car Series, matching both its opener at Volusia and finale at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. Legendary venues like Eldora Speedway and Knoxville Raceway are also on the bill, while Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 hosts the highest level of sprint car action on iRacing for the first time at the end of December.

The full 2022-23 iRacing World of Outlaws Carquest Auto Parts Sprint Car Series schedule is as follows:

  • November 28: Volusia Speedway Park
  • December 5: Eldora Speedway
  • December 12: Williams Grove Speedway
  • December 19: Bristol Motor Speedway
  • December 26: Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55
  • January 2: Fairbury Speedway
  • January 9: Cedar Lake Speedway
  • January 16: Knoxville Raceway
  • January 23: Weedsport Speedway
  • January 30: The Dirt Track at Charlotte

For those who have been following along with iRacing World of Outlaws events over the years, the entry list should look like a who’s who of top stars. Multi-time series champion Alex Bergeron headlines a talented list of returning drivers, returning alongside names like James Edens, Kendal Tucker, Adam Elby, Austen Semmelmann, and Tyler Schell. In addition, this year’s iRacing World of Outlaws Buttkicker Late Model Series champion Evan Seay joins Hayden Cardwell and Blake Matjoulis as past champions of that series to trade fenders for open wheels this winter.

The full 2022-23 iRacing World of Outlaws Carquest Auto Parts Sprint Car Series driver roster is as follows:

No.

Driver

00Kendal Tucker
1Mason Hannagan
4Ross Keiser
5Braden Eyler
7Johnny L Anderson
07Hayden Cardwell
9Tanner Miller
11Kenny Hoffman
12Alex A Bergeron
13Aiden Bierlein
14JD Brown
16Blake Giglio
17Eric Witner
18Austen Semmelmann
20Aiden Forster
21John Helms
22Bryce Lucius
23Kenny Miller
24Tanner Pettit
25Tyler Ducharme
33Evan Seay
39Andrew Hoefler
41Logan Rumsey
42Paul R Bryan
48Dylan Yeager
49Ryan Avila
50Clayton Davies
51Clayton W Tilley
52James Edens
60Shawn English
74Adam Elby
85Tyler Schell
86Timothy S Smith
127Blake Matjoulis
174Loic Bernier

 

Alongside the iRacing World of Outlaws Carquest Auto Parts Sprint Car Series, the DIRTcar eSports Street Stock League gives drivers who didn’t make the pro series to compete for accolades of their own. Its 10-race schedule mirrors that of the Sprint Car division, competing at the same tracks on preceding Wednesdays, and highlights from each race will air as part of each week’s Sprint Car broadcasts.

iRacing World of Outlaws Carquest Auto Parts Sprint Car Series action fires off each Monday at 9PM ET. For more information on the series, visit www.iracing.com/woosc. For more information on the World of Outlaws, visit www.worldofoutlaws.com. For more information on iRacing and for special offers, visit www.iracing.com.

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