by Chris Leone // Website // Twitter

Images via KKR Sim Team (2)

This Monday, the second season of the iRacing World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car World Championship kicks off with a 30-lap tilt at Volusia Speedway. 35 of the world’s best drivers have been welcomed into the 10-round season for the chance to battle for $25,000 in prizes and the honor of the world’s best virtual sprint car driver.

As with their physical counterparts, the top WoO drivers in iRacing will visit iconic dirt ovals like Volusia Speedway, Eldora Speedway, Knoxville Speedway, and more, competing in the sport’s signature 410 Winged Sprints.

Last year, Mandurah, Australia’s Tim Ryan squeaked out the championship by just four points over Drummondville, Quebec’s Alex A Bergeron. Both drivers scored four wins in the championship, trading victories through the first five rounds of the season before Nick Cooper finally broke their dominance at Williams Grove Speedway as the season hit its halfway point. All three are expected to return to the track this season, as the top 15 in 2018 points all received automatic bids to return to action; the remaining 20 spots have been filled by the top WoO Sprint Car drivers from 2019 Season 1 with a qualifying license that haven’t already been accepted into the championship.

Real-life WoO stars have jumped on board to support the series, too. Both David Heileman and Britton Roxberry will race with KKR Sim Team with Wicked Cushion, a new squad backed by NASCAR and WoO star Kasey Kahne. Kevin Swindell’s Swindell SpeedLab squad features brothers Chase and Cole Cabre, plus a pair of 2018 race winners in James Edens and Adam Elby and sixth-place 2018 points finisher Matthew McKinney. Combine the professional influence with a diverse lineup that features drivers from 13 states, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, and the 2019 WoO Sprint Car season will be one of the most exciting World Championships that iRacing has to offer.

The first stream of the season kicks off on Monday from Volusia Speedway at 8:45PM ET/5:45PM PT. Races can be streamed on the iRacing Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch channels.

The full schedule for the 2019 iRacing World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car World Championship is as follows:

Date Location
March 25 Volusia Speedway
April 1 Knoxville Speedway
April 8 Limaland Motorsports Park
April 15 Eldora Speedway
April 22 Volusia Speedway
April 29 Kokomo Speedway
May 6 Eldora Speedway
May 13 Williams Grove Speedway
May 20 The Dirt Track at Charlotte
May 27 Knoxville Speedway


The full driver roster for the 2019 iRacing World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car World Championship is as follows:

No. Driver Name Home Qualifying Status
2 Dylan R. Houser Marion, FL Qualifying series
3 Lewis Hewett Australia Top 15 in 2018 WC points
4 Wayne Williams Travis, TX Qualifying series
5 Braden Eyler Venango, PA Qualifying series
6 Cameron Dance Auckland, New Zeland Top 15 in 2018 WC points
7 Blade Whitt Roanoke, VA Qualifying series
9 Joel Berkley Australia Qualifying series
10 Rusty L Kruger Loomis, CA Top 15 in 2018 WC points
11 Cole Neuhalfen Lancaster, NE Qualifying series
12 Alex A Bergeron Drummondville, QC Top 15 in 2018 WC points
15 Nelson Webster Dorado, CA Qualifying series
17 Rickey J Sanders Monterey, CA Qualifying series
18 Austen Semmelmann2 Brookfield, WI Top 15 in 2018 WC points
19 Ryan Mayr Calumet, WI Qualifying series
20 Joe Lusk Lycoming, PA Qualifying series
23 Justin Thomas Dewitt, IL Qualifying series
27 Robert Kerstetter2 Mifflinburg, PA Top 15 in 2018 WC points
35 Nick Cooper Waterloo, NY Top 15 in 2018 WC points
39 Chase Cabre Cornelius, NC Top 15 in 2018 WC points
44 Logan Clampitt Orange, CA Qualifying series
47 Kenneth Daeke Jr Vance, NC Qualifying series
49 David Heileman Milwaukee, WI Top 15 in 2018 WC points
51 Matthew McKinney Plainfield, IL Top 15 in 2018 WC points
52 James Edens Lima, OH Top 15 in 2018 WC points
57 Anthony LoPresto Osseo, MI Top 15 in 2018 WC points
71 Cole V Cabre Union, NC Qualifying series
74 Adam Elby Tracy, CA Top 15 in 2018 WC points
75 Jesse Dakus Canada Qualifying series
80 Vinnie Sansone Madison, IL Qualifying series
90 Joe Quinn Cuyahoga, OH Qualifying series
98 Tim Ryan Mandurah, Australia Top 15 in 2018 WC points
115 Steven Renaud Canada Qualifying series
131 Bobby Sandt Jr Northampton, PA Qualifying series
211 Dan Smolders Canada Qualifying series
421 Britton Roxberry Anderson, TN Top 15 in 2018 WC points


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