Schatz gears up for weekend at I-55

FARGO, N.D. (April 12, 2022) – This weekend the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series heads to Pevely, Missouri for a pair of shows at the exciting Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55. 

Schatz has 53 career starts at the high-banked one-third mile oval, with an average finish of 6.8 which includes two wins and nine second-place finishes. In total, Schatz has 28 top five finishes at the speedway. 

Last year, in four appearances at I-55, Schatz’s best result came on August 6th when he drove from 10th to sixth in the Night Before the Ironman. 

Entering the weekend, Schatz currently sits 5th in the point standings, 110 markers behind leader Brad Sweet. 

After having last Friday night’s races at US 36 Raceway in Osborn, Missouri canceled due to rain/snow, the Jason Johnson Classic at Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Missouri on Saturday was the only event of the weekend. 

Cool spring temperatures messed with the racing surface all night, forcing World of Outlaws officials to shorten the main event from 41 laps to 30 due to concerns of tire wear. 

Once the green flag dropped, the track took rubber after several laps making passing difficult. 

Schatz was still able to pick up a pair of positions during the event, advancing from 14th to 12th. 

Schatz and the entire Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing team would like to thank all of their great partners for their continued support!

Carquest Auto PartsCurb RecordsFord PerformanceSage FruitDigital Ally, Mobil 1, Absolute Automation & Security, Rush Truck CentersAdvance Auto PartsHunt Brothers Pizza,  J&J Auto Racing.

Schatz’s Statbook
2022 World of Outlaws Results:
Races: 13
Wins: 1
Top Fives: 4
Top Tens: 9

Previous Results at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55:
2021 – 9th on August 7 (started 2nd); 6th on August 6 (started 10th); 11th on April 3 (started 17th); 20th on April 2nd (started 2nd)
2020 – 5th on August 8 (started 6th); 4th on August 7 (started 4th); 8th on May 23 (started 25th); 7th on May 22 (started 11th)2019 – 2nd on August 3 (started 2nd, led 10 laps); 3rd on August 2 (started 2nd);
2018 – 2nd on April 22 (started on the pole); 9th on August 3 (started 5th); 7th on August 4 (started 3rd)
2017 – 2nd on August 4 (started 4th)
2016 – 4th on August 5 (started 4th); 9th on August 6 (started 17th)
2015 – 6th on May 2 (started 16th); 1st on August 7 (started 6th; led 12 laps); 3rd on August 8 (started 4th; led 12 laps)
2014 – 3rd on April 26 (started 3rd); 3rd on August 1 (started 5th); 2nd on August 2 (started 5th; led 19 laps)
2013 – 2nd on Aug. 3 (started 13th)
2012 – 2nd on Oct. 13 (started 7th); 2nd on Oct. 13 (started 2nd)
2011 – 5th on Aug. 5 (started 8th)
2010 – 6th on April 17 (started 11th); 5th on Aug. 6 (started 4th); 7th on Aug. 7 (started 7th)
2009 – 3rd on Aug. 7 (started 4th; led 10 laps); 4th on Aug. 8 (started 14th)
2008 – 8th on April 5 (started 11th)
2007 – 2nd on July 7 (started 4th)
2006 – 1st on April 1 (led all 40 laps); 4th on July 8 (led 7 laps)
2005 – 5th on April 2, 2nd on July 8
2004 – 24th on April 17 (started 2nd); 6th on Aug. 7
2003 – 4th on April 12 (started 4th); 6th on July 12 (started 7th)
2002 – 3rd on March 30 (started 10th); 11th on July 13 (started 10th)
2001 – 5th on March 24 (started 20th); 3rd on July 14 (started 12th)
2000 – 11th on July 22
1999 – 13th on July 24
1998 – 17th on July 25, 23rd on Oct. 9; 7th on Oct. 10
1997 – 17th on May 18, 10th on Oct. 10; 18th on Oct. 11

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