If you can’t make it to the track, be sure to watch all the action from the 40th Anniversary Season of the Greatest Show on Dirt live on Sheldon Haudenschild was in hot pursuit of Wilson running the polar opposite line, banging down the cushion.
It wasn’t a bad night or a bad finish, it was just one of those nights,” Schatz, who had won three of the last four races prior to tonight, said. Sweet would get by Eliason for second on Lap 27 and begin cutting into Schatz’ sizable advantage. The Series will make its annual stop at Lernerville Speedway on Tuesday, July 17 with the running of the Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup, paying a smooth ,000 to the winner. Wilson closed slightly in traffic, but Schatz had built too much of an advantage and went on to win his 14th Feature of the season by 2.273 seconds. “I think my car was best in the middle and it’s not exactly my bag of tea to bounce off the cushion every lap,” Schatz added with a smile. To set up driver interviews, please contact Anthony Corini at [email protected] of Money Continues at Lernerville with ,000 Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup CONCORD, NC – July 17, 2018 - It’s July, which means the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series is in its richest stretch of the year – the Month of Money. Haudenschild worked by Schuerenburg and Brown on Lap 23 to move into third. Schatz leads the stiff field of Outlaw regulars into Western Pennsylvania looking for his second consecutive Silver Cup triumph. Wilson had high praise for Schatz following his personal season-best finish. I think we are all ready to get started,” nine-time Series Champion and current points leader Donny Schatz said in anticipation of the Month of Money. We’ve got to a get a little bit better tomorrow for 10 more laps or Greg will kick all our asses,” Schatz said in good spirits. Brad Sweet, fresh off his runner-up finish at the Kings Royal, began making the top work and moved by Shaffer for third on Lap 26 and then used the same line to move by Madsen for second a lap later. The Month of Money will conclude at the Knoxville Nationals, which is the richest event on the World of Outlaws schedule and will pay 0,000 to the winner.