Have you been wondering who the sprint car drivers are going to be ahed of the 2022 World Of Outlaws game release?
Well, that’s what this article is about.
We’ve put together a list of all the drivers who have been announced so far, as well as some that are rumored to be in the game.
These top level drivers travel the whole country competing in 25 states at over 90 races in a single year!
Isn’t that a crazy number?
They can do that simply because they’re considered the very best dirt 410 Sprint Car racing drivers in circulation right now.
How many World Of Outlaws sprint car drivers are there?
There’s a total of 15 sprint car drivers being featured in the new World Of Outlaws game released on the 27th of September.
Which drivers are there in the World of Outlaws Dirt Racing game?
Here’s the complete list of drivers that have been featured in the World of Outlaws Dirt Racing game:
- Bill Rose
- Brad Sweet
- Brock Zearfoss
- Carson Macedo
- David Gravel
- Donny Schatz
- Jacob Allen
- James McFadden
- Jason Sides
- Kasey Kahne
- Kraig Kinser
- Logan Schuchart
- Noah Gass
- Sheldon HaudenSchild
- Spencer Bayston
Let’s have a look at some of them in more detail.
In 2020, Bill Rose rejoined the NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series full-time. He finished 14th in the standings after a eight-year absence from full-time competition.
In 2020, Brad Sweet won his second straight World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series title.
He became just the sixth driver in series history with two titles, joining an exclusive club that includes Steve Kinser, Mark Kinser, Sammy Swindell, Don Schatz and Jason Meyers.
Zearfoss has already attained a Series victory at Williams Cove Speedway, ranking above renowned racers such as 10-time champion Donny Schatz and David Gravel.
The large extent of his career has been focused on racing within Pennsylvania.
In 2019, Macedo had a great rookie season with Kyle Larson Racing. He earned the Kevin Gobrecht Rookie of the Year award and four wins, including the $20,000 NOS Energy Drink Showdown at Black Hills Speedway. By the end of the season, he was sixth in points.
Gravel’s first season with JJR in 2019 was a career year for both him and the team.
They won 12 races, including the Knoxville Nationals, improved their Quick Time to 21 times, and finished third in points for the fourth consecutive year – again finishing third. At The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Gravel also picked up his 50th victory.
So there you have it, all the announced drivers for the new World of Outlaws game releasing in September of 2022.
Remember that you’ll be able to pick these drivers and race with them as you compete to become the best dirt racing driver in the world.
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