Donny Schatz is starting the new season firing on all cylinders, which is bad news for the rest of the competition.
If you talked to Donny Schatz following yet another championship celebration at The Dirt Track at Charlotte last weekend, you might have thought he’d just won his first World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series title instead of his ninth.
Exclusive interviews with Donny Schatz, Tony Stewart and Kevin Swindell will headline a full recap of the World Finals at Charlotte on the Motorsports Madness radio show, live tonight at 7 p.m. ET on the Performance Motorsports Network.
Amid a light mist that hung in the air as the final championship pictures were being taken Saturday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Tony Stewart looked around at his assembled crew, clapped driver Donny Schatz on the shoulder and grinned.
David Gravel proved that patience really does pay Saturday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, using a thrilling last-lap pass to deny Donny Schatz his 250th career World of Outlaws feature win in the finale to the Textron Off-Road World Finals.
Donny Schatz has put up a lot of illustrious numbers over the course of his World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series career, but Friday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, he moved one step closer to arguably his biggest milestone yet.
The Sage Fruit Company, a Pacific Northwest sales and marketing organization in the tree fruit industry, announced Monday they will join Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing to support drivers Tony Stewart and Donny Schatz during the 2018 season.
Donny Schatz passed Brad Sweet on lap 25 and ultimately picked up his 18th World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series win of the season, topping Saturday night’s finale to the Wine Country Outlaw Showdown at Calistoga Speedway.
The World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series will make their only stop in the Beaver State on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at Willamette Speedway.
Six days after winning sprint car racing’s biggest prize with his 10th-career 5-Hour ENERGY Knoxville Nationals victory, Donny Schatz landed in victory lane in his home state twice.
Polesitter David Gravel’s misfortune turned into Donny Schatz’s bankroll Saturday night at Knoxville Raceway, as the Fargo, N.D. veteran assumed the lead after Gravel’s motor went south and led the final 28 laps to win his 10th-career 5-hour Energy Knoxville Nationals title.