World Of Outlaws Revise All-Time Wins List

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Steve Kinser (11) and Sammy Swindell received substantial boosts to their World of Outlaws win totals on Monday, as part of a revision of the tour’s record books. (Steve Boelter photo)

CONCORD, N.C. — The World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series announced a correction of the tour’s historical records on Monday, releasing an updated all-time wins list in conjunction with the upcoming 40th anniversary of the inaugural Outlaws race.

Prior to this revision, the World of Outlaws historically only counted winner of the finale race of a multiple-day event towards the official record books, with several hundreds of race wins over the course of four decades not counted as full points shows and thus, not recognizing the drivers who won those feature events.

As of Monday, that gap in history has been corrected.

The most notable adjustments in win totals are, as would be expected, to the top two on the all-time list — 20-time Outlaws champion Steve Kinser and three-time titlist Sammy Swindell.

Kinser previously led the way with 577 career Outlaws victories, but with 113 additional race wins added to his Hall of Fame career, Kinser’s series-leading total has now risen to a whopping 690 feature wins.

Meanwhile, Swindell’s career total receives a boost of an even hundred feature wins, bumping him up to 394 victories and further entrenching his hold on second-place in the all-time wins tally.

Other notable moves include Danny Lasoski jumping up from seventh to sixth on the list, adding 32 victories and leapfrogging Joey Saldana, while the addition of six more wins for Saldana makes him the seventh driver in Outlaws history to accrue 100 or more series wins.

As part of the revision, nine drivers were added to the Outlaws record book as official series winners, including both former NASCAR star Ken Schrader and Erin Crocker-Evernham, who won on Oct. 29, 2004 at Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare, Calif. and is now formally recognized as the first female race winner in Outlaws history.

Sunday marks 40 years since the running of the very first Outlaws points show, which was held on March 18, 1978 at Lanny Edwards’ Devil’s Bowl Speedway as part of the third-annual Spring Nationals.

Jimmy Boyd went to victory lane in that race, which oddly enough marked the first and only Outlaws feature win of his career.

Fans can take a look at the updated win list below, which tallies the Outlaws’ history through Jan. 1, 2018.

So far during the 2018 season, Sheldon Haudenschild (two) and Aaron Reutzel (one) have already added their names to the list as first-time Outlaws winners, while nine-time and defending series champion Donny Schatz has added three more wins to his illustrious total and now sits at 264 victories, remaining third all-time.

 

World of Outlaws All-Time Wins List

As of Jan. 1, 2018

Rank Name Wins Change
1 Steve Kinser 690 + 113
2 Sammy Swindell 394 +100
3 Donny Schatz 261 +12
4 Mark Kinser 203 +50
5 Doug Wolfgang 140 +33
6 Danny Lasoski 122 +32
7 Joey Saldana 105 +6
8 Dave Blaney 94 +24
9 Stevie Smith 84 +14
10 Daryn Pittman 72 +3
Jac Haudenschild 72 +16
12 Craig Dollansky 66 +7
Bobby Davis, Jr. 66 +20
14 Jason Meyers 58 +1
15 Jeff Swindell 51 +21
16 Andy Hillenburg 42 +12
17 David Gravel 34 0
18 Shane Stewart 32 +2
19 Bobby Allen 30 +5
20 Paul McMahan 27 +1
21 Brad Sweet 25 0
Tim Shaffer 25 +8
23 Ron Shuman 24 +10
Kerry Madsen 24 0
25 Tim Kaeding 21 +1
Rick Ferkel 21 +5
27 Greg Hodnett 20 +5
28 Brad Doty 18 +7
29 Kraig Kinser 17 0
Johnny Herrera 17 +7
31 Jason Sides 15 0
32 Brooke Tatnell 13 +2
Lance Dewease 13 +3
Terry McCarl 13 +1
35 Tim Green 12 +3
Tyler Walker 12 +5
Don Kreitz, Jr. 12 +2
38 Fred Rahmer 11 +3
Dale Blaney 11 0
40 Jason Johnson 10 +1
Danny Smith 10 +2
Joe Gaerte 10 +2
43 Keith Kauffman 9 +4
Brent Kaeding 9 +5
Kenny Jacobs 9 +3
46 Jimmy Sills 8 +2
Cody Darrah 8 0
48 Jeff Shepard 7 +3
Chad Kemenah 7 +1
50 Lee Osborne 6 +2
Steve Smith 6 +3
Lynn Paxton 6 0
Gary Wright 6 +2
Logan Schuchart 6 0
Rico Abreu 6 0
56 Brad Furr 5 +2
Danny Wood 5 +2
Johnny Anderson 5 +1
Brian Paulus 5 +1
Kyle Larson 5 0
61 Dub May 4 +1
Jack Hewitt 4 +1
Danny Dietrich 4 0
Brian Brown 4 0
65 Cris Eash 3 +2
Shane Carson 3 0
Lee James 3 0
Mark Dobmeier 3 0
Jason Solwold 3 +1
Tony Stewart 3 0
Christopher Bell 3 0
72 Lee Brewer 2 +1
Lealand McSpadden 2 0
Darrell Hanestad 2 +1
Kramer Williamson 2 0
Rickey Hood 2 +1
Smokey Snellbaker 2 0
Frankie Kerr 2 0
Billy Pauch 2 0
P.J. Chesson 2 +1
Randy Hannagan 2 0
Greg Wilson 2 0
Chad Layton 2 +1
Doug Esh 2 0
Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 2 0
Ian Madsen 2 0
87 Ed Lynch 1 0
Randy Ford 1 8/3/78 at Eldora
Jimmy Boyd 1 0
Johnny Beaber 1 0
Bentley Warren 1 0
Jim Edwards 1 0
Buster Venard 1 0
Rick Goudy 1 0
Allen Klinger 1 0
Larry Gates 1 0
Dean Thompson 1 6/13/80 at ASCOT
Bill Stief 1 7/25/80 at Williams Grove
Ken Schrader 1 8/22/80 at Tri-City
Terry Gray 1 0
Gary Scott 1 0
Tim Gee 1 0
Ronnie Daniels 1 8/5/82 at Eldora
Rick Ungar 1 0
Rocky Hodges 1 0
Dave Bradway, Jr. 1 3/6/87 at Silver Dollar
Chuck Miller 1 0
Craig Keel 1 3/8/91 at San Jose
Todd Shaffer 1 0
Jerry Stone 1 0
Joey Allen 1 0
Bill Brian, Jr. 1 0
Kelly Kinser 1 0
Kevin Gobrecht 1 0
Jason Statler 1 0
Blake Feese 1 0
Mark Smith 1 10/1/04 at Williams Grove
Erin Crocker 1 10/29/04 at Tulare
Dean Jacobs 1 0
Kevin Swindell 1 0
Brian Leppo 1 0
Tony Bruce, Jr. 1 0
Sean Becker 1 0
Travis Jacobson 1 0
Lucas Wolfe 1 0
Shane Golobic 1 0
Roger Crockett 1 0
Carson Macedo 1 0
Jonathan Allard 1 0
Ryan Smith 1 0
Dusty Zomer 1 0
Stewart Friesen 1 0
Bill Balog 1 0
Parker Price-Miller 1 0
James McFadden 1 0
Brock Zearfoss 1 0
Kyle Hirst 1 0

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