Lowes Foods World Of Outlaws World Finals Tickets
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Lowes Foods World of Outlaws World Finals tickets bring to you the exciting race that all motor sport fans have been waiting for. It is exhilarating to watch the cars maneuvered by the skilled drivers on the famous dirt racing facilities as they head towards the tough finale. Within a short of period of time World Finals has gained a lot of popularity and is regarded as one of the biggest dirt racing events of the year. Fans travel from different states to see the action packed event. The dirt racing series are handled by World Racing Group that brings the adventurous sports to its ardent fans creating sponsorship and national exposure opportunities. The finale features the stars of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series, the World of Outlaws Late Model Series and the big-block modifieds of the Super DIRTcar Series.
The sprint cars are small but they are fast. The high power custom made cars feature large adjustable wings and have specified weight and fuel requirements. Lowes Foods World of Outlaws World Finals brings the excitement and enthusiasm associated with the event to millions of dirt fans who follow the sport passionately. The event usually starts from February and the races continue till November when the series reaches its world finals.
It is not clear what the inspiration behind the term "Oulaws" was. Some link it to the fact that when Sprint Car Racing began they were not many rules devised hence the name Outlaws emerged for them. Another presumption is that USAC( United States Auto Club), the ruling body of Sprint Car Racing in 1970s demanded appropriate permits to allow drivers to race. Those who did not have the permit were cast as Outlaws and at that time the best drivers were the Outlaws.
World of Outlaws history can be traced back to 1978. It was initiated by Ted Johnson who set forth a schedule and the rules for the games that would determine the champions of the series. He wanted a national series that was open to all and did not have very rigid permit policies. Ted came up with a point system to evaluate the winning driver.
Jimmy Boyd emerged as the winner of the first race at Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas and it was his only victory in the series history. The champion of the series was Steve Kinser, a name that stands out in the history of the series for the impressive wins he accumulated in his career. He not only dominated the series but went on to win around 20 championships. The series champion for 2010 and 2012 is Jason Meyers.
The event is a highly awaited one and capacity crowds are expected. Make sure you secure your Lowes Foods World of Outlaws World Finals tickets if you want to see the action live as the greatest drivers come on the dirt track to test their nerves and their skills.