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April 1, 2019

Tyler Erb Claims Richest Career Win in Thaw Brawl
$15,000 Victory Pushes 2019-Win Tally to Six for Texan

St. Marys, Ohio (04/01/19) – Tyler Erb claimed his richest, career payday on a cool Sunday afternoon at La Salle Speedway (La Salle, Illinois). The Texas native streaked to a $15,000 triumph in the eighth annual Hoker Trucking Thaw Brawl in his Best Performance Motorsports No. 1 New Point Lighting and Design/ XR1 Rocket Chassis/ Durham Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“I was riding back in eighth or so for the first 40 or so laps, and just kept telling myself to be patient until we caught lapped traffic,” Erb said. “You had to go with your gut and run the top, even though it wasn’t really the desired line. I knew I had to hit it just right.

“I want to thank Eric Brock and Jeff Babcock and all my sponsors for giving me this opportunity. I couldn’t be more excited about how this year has started. We’ve got a long year still, but everything’s going real well right now.”

After seeing Saturday’s program washed away by rain, thirty-one Super Late Models took to Tony Izzo Jr.’s La Salle Speedway on a very cool Sunday afternoon for the American Ethanol Late Model Tour (AELMT) event. Via preliminary action, Tyler earned the 11th-starting spot for the 75-lap, $15,000-to-win finale.

For the first half of the race Erb bided his time as he ran just inside the Top 10. However, as the race entered its latter stages he began to pick up the pace as the front runners negotiated lapped traffic. Erb used the high side to go to the lead on lap 64 but surrendered the top spot two circuits later.

Despite losing the lead, Tyler would not be denied. On lap 72 he shot to the cushion in turns one and two and propelled himself to the lead. Erb went on to leading the closing laps to claim the $15,000 prize, which marked the richest of his career. Pierce, Chris Simpson, Dennis Erb Jr. and Ricky Weiss completed the Top-5 finishers.

The victory was the sixth overall on the year for Tyler Erb.

For full results from the event, please visit .

Tyler now turns his attention back to the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS). He’ll return to action with the team this weekend – April 5-6 – in Tennessee and Georgia with a pair of $12,000-To-Win events. On Friday night action opens at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tennessee) before shifting to North Georgia Speedway (Chatsworth, Georgia) on Saturday evening.

Tyler is currently second in the latest LOLMDS standings, just 55 markers out of the lead. For more information on the events, please visit .

Best Performance Motorsports would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include New Point Lighting & Design, Inc., Roberts Bee Company, Bulk Material Lift, Franklin Enterprises, Boxo USA, Bazell Race Fuels, Sunoco, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Shocks, Hoosier Tire, Valvoline, Corey Frazer State Farm, Industrial Hydro Excavating, Beyea Headers, Day Motorsports, Champion Brands, Doyle Edwards Trucking, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Wiles Drive Shafts, Simpson Race Products, Weld Racing, Performance Rod & Custom, Peterson Fluid Systems, Barnes Systems Inc., Powers Performance, Butlerbuilt, Impact Race Gear, Heath Lawson Photography, Landrum Performance Springs, Walker Performance Filtration, ASI Racewear, Fragola Performance Systems, Dirt Defender, Outerwears, Strange Engineering, Performance Race Engineering, Five Star Race Car Bodies Rocket Chassis, R&R Design and MSR Mafia Marketing & PR Services.

For the latest information on Best Performance Motorsports please visit the team website at and as well as their social media channels at, and .

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April 1, 2019

Wells and Sons Motorsports Welcomes Kyle Strickler to the Team
Team Plans to Enter Variety of Super Late Model and Modified Events

Hazard, Kentucky (04/01/19) – Wells and Sons Motorsports are excited to announce that Modified standout, Kyle Strickler is joining their team for 2019 and beyond. The Pennsylvania native will be the primary pilot of both the team’s Super Late Model and Modified entries. Teammate, Eric Wells will enter select events this season as well.

The decision to add Strickler to the team’s lineup comes as current driver, Eric Wells turns his primary focus to growing the family’s new business.

“Since 2005, driving the racecar has been my main focus,” Eric Wells commented. “However, over the past year we’ve started to build Wells and Sons Motorsports here in Hazard. We’ve already had a lot of great support from the racing community in this area. As a result, growing this company for the future is my primary goal moving forward.”

Wells and Sons Motorsports was initially created to offer a full line of racing parts and accessories to area racers. The company has now expanded to offer Super Late Model and Modified Chassis at any stage.

“We are now an official dealer for Longhorn Late Model Chassis and Longhorn Modifieds as well as Brucebilt Performance Modifieds. In addition, we can provide XR1 Rocket Chassis to anyone interested,” Wells revealed. “We are able to provide everything from bare chassis to complete rollers.”

With Eric Wells burning the midnight oil at the new business, it created a situation where he and the team deemed it necessary to bring in a primary driver. This is where Modified ace, Kyle Strickler entered the fold.

“We had been taking note of the incredible things that Kyle had been doing in a Modified. I mean the guy has won pretty much every major Modified event out there the past few years,” Wells noted. “It also caught our attention, when he won the Gumbo Nationals late last year in Gavin Landers’ Super Late Model. When we talked to the guys at Longhorn Chassis about finding a driver for our team, they adamantly recommended Strickler, so that just confirmed our selection.”

For Strickler, the call from Eric Wells and his father, David Wells, was a dream come true.

“I moved from Pennsylvania to North Carolina in 2016 with hopes of progressing into a major Dirt Late Model ride,” Strickler explained. “Needless to say, the progression was far slower than I had hoped. I had a few opportunities here and there, but nothing that really gave me a legitimate shot at performing at the top level.

“This deal with Wells and Sons Motorsports offers me everything that I could ever dream of. From having the opportunity to continue to compete in major Modified events to allowing me to enter the biggest Super Late Model events I’ve got it all with their team.”

Strickler will split time between the team’s Super Late Model and Modified entries as the primary driver. When his schedule allows, Eric Wells will enter various races as well.

“Having Kyle as part of our team brings a wealth of Modified knowledge to Wells and Sons Motorsports. We’ll be able to share this with our customers to help them perform at the top level,” Eric Wells continued. “Meanwhile, Kyle will get the opportunity to compete regularly in a top-notch Super Late Model. This is a win-win for all parties involved.”

Strickler echoed Wells’ sentiments.

“This is truly a dream scenario,” Strickler said. “Getting to finally enter events like the Dirt Late Model Dream, World 100 and Dirt Track World Championship has me so excited. I’m going to hit as many Super Late Model events as possible, but I’ll still be running a lot of high-profile Modified races. It’s going to be a hit-and-miss schedule. Each week I’ll be racing wherever makes the most sense for Wells and Sons Motorsports’ business goals.”

While Strickler has high expectations of himself, he’s realistic that this season will present a learning curve in the Super Late Model.

“I feel like I’ve got a good feel on the handle of a Super Late Model, but knowing which adjustments need to be made is going to be a new challenge,” Strickler noted. “In the Modified I know exactly what needs to be done at any time, but in the Super Late Model it obviously needs different tweaks. The tires in themselves are a totally different game. However, with the expertise of the Wells’ family I know I can learn fairly quick.”

In the Modified ranks, Strickler will utilize both a Longhorn Chassis and a Brucebuilt Race Car. Super Late Model competition finds the team drivers competing in their Longhorn Chassis.

With a new driver in the place, the team is now actively looking for experienced members to add to their team.

“With the way things are growing with both the business and the race team, we are actively pursuing new staff,” Eric Wells commented. “We need guys here in the shop as well as on the road with the race team.”

Interested applicants are encouraged to contact the team at or by phone at 606-233-2485.

The team is currently finalizing their schedule and will likely be making their debut in the next few weeks. Strickler and Wells expect to cumulatively enter approximately 50 events this season.

Wells & Sons Motorsports would like to thank all of their sponsors, which include G-Style Transport Wilwood, Longhorn Chassis, Brucebilt Performance, Big Blue Smoke House, Doug Campbell Body Shop, Cornett Race Engines, Penske Shocks, Hoosier Tire South, All-Star Performance, Wehrs Machine, Schoenfeld, Winters Performance, Performance Bodies, Peterson Fluid Systems, Sunoco Race Fuels, Fast Shafts, AFCO Racing Products, MSR Mafia, COMP Cams, Quickcar Products and MSR Mafia PR & Website Services.

A redesigned website for the team will be launched in the coming weeks at .

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April 1, 2019

Jensen Ford Tames “The Taz” in Inaugural Visit
Picks Up $2,500 Win in American Crate All-Star Series Opener

Johnson City, Tennessee (04/01/19) – Before Saturday night, Jensen Ford had never raced at Tazewell Speedway. However, not having any race experience at the high-banked, 4/10-mile oval didn’t keep the Tennessee racer from streaking to the $2,500 triumph with the American Crate All-Star Series.

The victory came aboard his Mike Whitehead Racing No. 83 Whitehead Construction Inc./ TNT Race Car/ Eagle Racing Engine Late Model.

“Man, this just feels incredible. To win in my first-ever trip to Tazewell Speedway and to win the first-ever American Crate All-Star Series race is really something for our team,” Ford said. “This car was on a rail the whole night. I hated to see those late-race cautions, but it didn’t slow us down any. We had a good car in Florida a few weeks ago but just didn’t have any luck on our side. Tonight, we put it altogether and got the win.”

Saturday night saw Jensen Ford make his debut at Tazewell Speedway (Tazewell, Tennessee) with the newly-formed American Crate All-Star Series debut event. With 23 cars on hand for the Charles Trammell Memorial, Ford laid down the second-fastest time in qualifying behind Aaron Guinn before streaking to a Dash victory.

Earning the pole position for the A-Main, Jensen led wire-to-wire en route to his first win of the season and a $2,500 payday. Guinn, Ross White, Josh Henry, and Bradley Lewelling completed the Top-5 finishers in the 40-lap affair.

For full results from this event, please visit please visit .

The upcoming weekend – April 4-6 – has Ford primed to enter a trio of Crate Late Model events. Action opens on Thursday night at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tennessee) before shifting to 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tennessee) on Friday evening. The weekend draws to a close on Saturday night at Toccoa Raceway (Toccoa, Georgia).

For more information on the events, please visit , and .

Race fans are also encouraged to head over to and pick up the brand-new Jensen Ford t-shirts before they are gone.

Jensen Ford would like to thank all of his sponsors including Whitehead Construction Inc., Wilwood Disc Brakes, Penske Racing Shocks, Tiger Rear Ends, FK Rod Ends, Hoosier Racing Tire, PPM Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, TNT Race Cars, Performance Bodies, Sweet Manufacturing, QuickCar, Safecraft Safety Equipment, ButlerBuilt Performance Seat Systems, Eagle Racing Engines, TruForm Race Products, Innovative Graphics, Simpson Race Products, Go Lithium, VP Racing Fuels,, Dynamic Drivelines, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, and Marketing Services.

For more information on Jensen Ford, please visit his official cyber home at .

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April 1, 2019

Dale McDowell Does It Again in Spring Nationals Competition
Pockets $4,000 Winner’s Check at Talladega Short Track

Mooresburg, Tennessee (04/01/19) – Dale McDowell continued his winning ways with the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series on Friday night. With $4,000 on the line he piloted his Shane McDowell Racing/ E-Z-Go #17m New Era Industrial/ Will Kinzer Foundation/ Sweet-Bloomquist Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model to the $4,000 triumph at Talladega Short Track.

“Qualifying was key tonight, to get a jump on things,” McDowell said in Victory Lane. “The competition level is unbelievable, and things are really tight, so to get to the winner’s circle on back-to-back weeks means a lot. Shane [McDowell] continues to work really hard on the car to make sure that we can continue to be a contender every time that we hit the track.

“Thanks to all of my sponsors, and we’ll head onto the next one.”

On Friday evening Dale McDowell followed the Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals Series to Talladega Short Track (Eastaboga, Alabama), where he was piloting the E-Z-Go Golf Carts #17m Super Late Model entry. In a field of 29 cars, Dale recorded the fastest time in his qualifying group, positioning him on the front row for the opening night feature.

Jumping into the lead on the drop of the green flag, McDowell led wire-to-wire en route to his second win of the season, which came over Donald McIntosh, Tanner English, Joseph Brown, and Austin Horton. He collected a $10,000 payday for his dominant performance in the 40-lapper.

On Saturday night at Senoia Raceway (Senoia, Georgia), McDowell secured his spot into the $10,000-to-win finale with a second-place finish in his heat race behind Austin Horton. Starting fifth on the grid, Dale gained one spot in the 60-lap affair to finish fourth behind Chris Madden, Jimmy Owens and Michael Page with Ashton Winger coming in 5th.

Dale holds a 26-point lead over Donald McIntosh in the latest Spring Nationals point standings. Full results from these events are available at .

The upcoming weekend has three races on the schedule for Shane McDowell Racing. On Thursday night a $4,000 top prize will be on the line with the Ultimate Super Late Model Series at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tennessee).

Friday and Saturday night have the team scheduled to compete in a pair of $12,000-to-win, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) events. Friday night’s action will be at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tennessee), while Saturday takes the team to North Georgia Speedway (Chatsworth, Georgia).

For more information on the weekend’s events, please visit and .

Shane McDowell Racing would like to thank all of their sponsors and marketing partners including E-Z-Go, Kinzer Drilling, Quality Natural Gas, New Era Industrial, C&S Transportation, Cometic Gaskets, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Will Kinzer Foundation, Sweet-Bloomquist Race Cars, Clements Race Engines-Chevrolet, FK Rod Ends, Go Lithium, Penske Shocks, Schoenfeld Headers, Keyser Manufacturing, TWM, All Star Performance, Performance Bodies, Five-Star Bodies, Hoosier Tire, Wiles Driveshafts, Weld Racing Wheels, Butlerbuilt Seats, DMI Racing Products, Jones Racing Products, Safecraft Safety Equipment, Art’s Radiator & Welding, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Dyers Top Rods, QuickCar, PEM Racing, Walker Filterations, DeCal Design, Mark IV ATV's, Winters Rearends, QuarterMaster, Sweet Manufacturing, Peterson Fluid Systems, and Marketing Services.

For the latest information on Shane McDowell Racing please visit .

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April 1, 2019

Logan Roberson Sweeps Weekend Action for First Wins of 2019
Tops Action at Potomac Speedway and Winchester Speedway

Waynesboro, Virginia (04/01/19) –
Logan Roberson put together two great nights of racing over the weekend. His efforts were rewarded with his first two triumphs of the season in his Wynbridge Inc. #17 BTS Towing Service/ XR1 Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model.

“I know it is just the end of March, but it seemed like it had been forever since we had won,” Roberson joked. “Seriously though, the car has been good just about every time we’ve hit the track this year, we just haven’t got a win for one reason or another. This weekend though, things went flawless, and we thankfully were able to get a couple of wins. The season is really about to kick into gear, and hopefully this is a sign of things to come.”

Friday found Logan Roberson in action at Potomac Speedway (Budds Creek, Maryland), where he returned to competition in his Wynbridge Inc. #17 Crate Late Model entry for the regular night of racing. Earning the pole position for the A-Main via preliminary events, Roberson led wire-to-wire en route to his first victory of the season, which came over Eric Wilson, Darren Alvey, Chuck Bowie, and Austin Bussler.

The following night at Winchester Speedway (Winchester, Virginia), Logan started the night with a heat race victory, sending him into the redraw. Receiving the pole position for the feature, Roberson jumped out to a comfortable lead for the majority of the race. Late in the going things got trickier as he had to fending off the advances of Trevor Feathers as the leaders navigated through lap traffic.

Logan was able to maintain control of the top spot in the closing laps to pick up his second win of the weekend and his second win of the season. Feathers, Devin Brannon, Al Shawver Jr., and Jon Painter trailed him across the line in the 30-lap affair.

For full results from these events, please visit and .

Logan’s schedule for the upcoming weekend is still being formulated. On Thursday night he may compete at Volunteer Speedway (Bulls Gap, Tennessee), while Friday night’s plans are up in the air. The one definite is Saturday night, which will find him pursuing a $1,000 winner’s check at Winchester Speedway.

Race fans also make sure to check out the “Apparel” page at to order the latest team merchandise. Get them before they are gone!

Logan Roberson would like to thank his marketing partners, which include Wynbridge Inc., Cecil B. Arthur Beef Farm & Bucking Stock, Pancho’s Racing Products, Wells Custom Jeep, BTS Towing Service, Virginia Motor Speedway’s Fastrak World Championship, Blue Ridge Treescape Service, Dirt Defender, Walker Arthur Racing, Beyea Custom Headers, Boyd Bilt, QA1, Keyser Manufacturing, All About Wraps, Rocket Chassis, Race 1, Kaylor’s Dirt Track Cams, Russ King Racing, Hoosier Tire by Terry Wilcher, Smiley’s Racing Enterprises, and Marketing Services.

For the latest information on Logan Roberson, please visit as well the team’s social media channels at and .

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Tyler Clem Emerges Victorious in David Mills Open at BRP
Registers $2,000 Victory in Modified Competition

St. Petersburg, Florida (04/01/19) – Tyler Clem piloted his Hedman Husler Hedders #14 Keyser Manufacturing/ Sunoco Race Fuels/ Larry Shaw Race Car Modified to the $2,000 victory on Saturday night at Bubba Raceway Park. The win came during the second annual David Mills Open.

“I want to thank everyone who helped me get this car ready for the event,” Clem noted. “We just put a new body and new decals on it this week. Not only did it look good, but it was fast. David (Mills) does a lot to help out around Bubba Raceway Park, so it’s cool to win this race on the night that salutes him. The $2,000 payday is pretty awesome too.”

Tyler Clem invaded Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, Florida) on Saturday night, where he returned to the driver’s seat of the K&N Filters No. 14 Red Line Oil Open Wheel Modified. With 20 cars registered for the second annual David Mills Open, Clem followed up the fastest time in his qualifying group with a heat race victory.

Earning the third-starting position for the main event, Tyler outran polesitter Garrett Stewart to capture his first win of the season and a $2,000 payday. Stewart, Seth Geary, Buzzie Reutimann, and Wesley Duboise trailed him to the checkers.

For full results from this event, please visit .

Tyler is currently working on his upcoming schedule. As events are finalized they will be added to his website at .

Tyler Clem and Clem Racing Inc. would like to thank all of their principle and associate sponsors including Miller Welders, K&N Filters, Rent ‘N Roll, Hedman Hedders, Stanton Race Engines, Keyser Manufacturing, Vahlco Wheels, Rocket Chassis, Sunoco Fuels, Braille Battery, JE Pistons, Ferrea Valves, Whelen Engineering, 1-800-Ask-Gary, Tony Stewart Racing, Elder Ford, Leaf Race Wear, Winters Racing Products, Bell Helmets, Aurora, Dan Olson Racing Products, Race Optics, Red Line Synthetic Oil, Stepp’s Towing, BR Motorsports, AR Bodies, DB Plugs, Jones Racing Products, Hooker Harness, Callies Performance Products, Willy’s Carburetors, Toyo Tires, Durst Motorsports, Gates Belts, Butlerbuilt Seat Systems, Zero Error Racing, Superior Bearing & Supply, NGK Spark Plugs, and MSR Mafia Marketing & Website Services.

For more information on Tyler Clem, please visit his official website at .


McIntosh and BMS Weekend Good But Not Great

MARYVILLE, Tenn. (Apr. 1) Donald McIntosh and the Blount Motorsports Team scored second and 10th place finishes in the Spring Nationals Double Header weekend at Talladega Short Track and Senoia Raceway.

On Friday night at Talladega McIntosh set fast time and started on the pole of the 40-lap feature. At the drip of the green outside front row starter Dale McDowell would win the drag race for the top spot and go on to lead every lap and take the win with McIntosh taking second.

“Everything was good and we had a good night,” said David Bryant. “The motor was nearly lapped out and down a little on power, but Talladega is not a horse power track. We were good, but when Dale (McDowell) got us on the first lap that was all she wrote.”

After a heat race altercation and a mad thrash to get the car back together they started 11th and finished 10th.

“Last lap of the heat we were outside of Clint Smith and he carried us into the wall. I thought the car was going over and I know the fans were looking at the oil pan. It really trashed the car. Kudos to Donald, Eric and everyone that helped put it back together. I am sure we missed a bunch of stuff, but it was good enough that Donald was able to man handle it for a decent finish.”

“I am not sure what happened there in the heat. I knew we were going to rub, but never thought Clint (Smith) would carry me into the wall,” said McIntosh. “It was one of those racing deals, but man it really tore up the car.”

Coming up next is the Ultimate Spring Thaw at Volunteer and two Lucas races the first on Friday at 411 and on Saturday at North Georgia Speedway. The first two races are written in stone, but North Georgia has a question mark after it.

Blount Motorsports enjoys sponsorship from Stowers (CAT) Machinery Corp., Blount Excavating, Massey Electric, Turner Hydraulics, Ole Ben Franklin Motors, Walker’s Truck Contractors, Food City, and The Wine and Spirits Cellar.

BMS races Rocket XR1 Chassis. Power is provided by Vic Hill Racing Engines with Dyer’s Top Rods, Driven Racing Oil, Waterman Fuel Pumps, VP Race Fuels and starting power from Go Lithium batteries. Gauges and wiring harnesses from QuickCar. Drive train components are from Quarter Master with Carbon Fiber drive shafts from Fastshafts. The shocks are Penske Racing Shocks with chassis and suspension components from TWM and springs from Hyperco. Noses and body parts are from Five Star Stock Car Bodies and tires are Hoosier Performance Tires from Hoosier Tires South.

For more information on Blount Motorsports or how you can become part of “The Team” go to

Schatz ends California visit with pair of top-tens, tied for WoO championship lead


Date: Friday, March 29, 2019
Event: World of Outlaws at Keller Auto Speedway
Series: World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series
Track: Keller Auto Speedway at Kings Fairgrounds (Hanford, Calif.)
Donny Schatz A-Main Finish (Start): 6th (2nd)

Date: Saturday, March 30, 2019
Event: SoCal Showdown
Series: World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series
Track: Perris Auto Speedway (Perris, Calif.)
Donny Schatz A-Main Finish (Start): 7th (5th)

2019 World of Outlaws Championship Standings: 1st - 1258 points (tied with Daryn Pittman, eight points ahead of Brad Sweet)

BROWNSBURG, Ind. (April 1, 2019) - Pushing his World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series top-ten streak to ten consecutive thus far in 2019, Fargo, North Dakota’s Donny Schatz put together another consistent weekend in the Golden State, ending the month-long, World of Outlaws invasion in sometimes-sunny California with a sixth and seventh place finish, respectively.

Schatz, driver of the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing/Rush Truck Centers/Ford Performance/Curb Records/Sage Fruit/Absolute Automation & Security/No. 15 sprint car, visited Keller Auto Speedway and Perris Auto Speedway during his final weekend in California, kicking things off with a sixth place performance at Keller Auto Speedway on Friday night, March 29. A second place finish during heat race and dash competition allowed the ten-time and defending World of Outlaws champion to start second on the grid, and after several laps of racing within the top three or four positions, Schatz faded to sixth.

At Perris Auto Speedway, Schatz was once again at the top of preliminary competition, eventually setting the third-fastest time during qualifying time trials before winning his heat race and finishing fifth in the dash. As a result of his dash finish, Schatz started fifth on the feature grid and held on to finish seventh, eventually forced to navigate an abrasive surface which led to a narrow, rubbered-up racing groove.

Taking his back-to-back top-ten finishes into consideration, Donny Schatz is now tied with Daryn Pittman for the top spot in the World of Outlaws championship standings; Schatz entered the weekend four points behind.

“Consistency is an important part of this whole deal. In the end, we want to win races, but we understand consistency is just as important, especially during the early stages of the season,” Donny Schatz explained. “Hats off to this entire race team. They continue to provide me with great race cars. I’m the lucky guy who gets to drive them.”

Donny Schatz and Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing will continue their 2019 campaign with a pair of starts in Arizona, first visiting USA Raceway near Tucson on Friday, April 5. The two-day weekend will conclude with action at Arizona Speedway near Queen Creek on Saturday, April 6. Schatz is the defending champion of the Arizona Desert Shootout at Arizona Speedway, doing so from the outside of row six.

Fans are encouraged to follow the progress of Donny Schatz, Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing and the No. 15 Rush Truck Centers/Ford Performance/Curb Records/Sage Fruit/Absolute Automation & Security/J&J Auto Racing motorsports team on the Web and on social media. More information can be found at, as well as at

Tony Stewart Racing: Facebook at or on Twitter and Instagram @TonyStewart_Rcg.

Donny Schatz: Facebook at or on Twitter and Instagram @DonnySchatz.

Watch Donny Schatz and Tony Stewart Racing live during each and every World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event of 2019 at

2019 Donny Schatz / Tony Stewart Racing Statistics: (thru April 1, 2019)
World of Outlaws Races: 9
World of Outlaws Wins: 1
World of Outlaws Top-5s: 5
World of Outlaws Top-10s: 9

Tyler Altmeyer
Tony Stewart Racing Enterprises
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