Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series

Spithaler Wins BOSS Feature at Mercer

Brandon Spithaler did it again, taking the B.O.S.S. traditional Sprint Car win at Mercer Raceway Park after winning the opener for the winged Sprints presented by Luxaire Heating & Cooling and New Wilmington Motors. His first win in the car fielded by Tom Burkey propelled him into the points lead for the touring series. Remarkably, Spithaler’s winning ride was powered by a 360 motor! […]

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BOSS 2013 Schedule Announced

The Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series 2013 schedule is now official. The series has grown from 12 points events in 2012 to 14 events in 2013… […]

Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series

Luke Hall Takes BOSS Win at Eldora

Five down – eleven to go – and the inaugural 16-division Blue Collar Bash will become history at Eldora Speedway as Luke Hall wins BOSS feature […]

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Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series

Layfield Rim Rides to First Non Wing Victory

As with many things in life, experience plays a key role in success in auto racing. Although Grafton, West Virginia’s Andre Layfield lacked much experience in traditional wingless sprint cars, he did have many laps and some prior victories on the monster 1/2 mile of Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. […]

Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series

Kyle Simon Wins at Southern Ohio Speedway

It was another beautiful night for racing at the Southern Ohio Speedway on Friday, June 8th. Drivers from Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, California, Indiana, and Michigan were on hand to compete in the “3rd Annual Gene Comstock Memorial presented by EA Home Supply.” […]

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Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series

Spithaler Defends Home Turf Against BOSS at Mercer

Brandon Spithaler thrilled a partisan crowd at Mercer Raceway Park by leading all 25 laps to capture the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series’ debut in the Keystone State. Jack Sodeman, Jr. also did the Mercer faithful proud by taking second in the final two-lap dash. The first visitor across the stripe was Dustin Smith. […]