Will 2014 Be The Year King Steve Kinser Gets A Victory At Port Royal Speedway?

Port Royal – Could 2014 be the year that Steve Kinser gets a sprint car win at Port Royal Speedway?

Believe it or not, the 20-time World of Outlaws sprint car champion has never taken a victory at the historic oval but another chance is on the horizon coming up on October 25 when the STP World of Outlaws series invades the oval.

Racing is slated to get underway at 5 pm with gates opening at 3 pm.

Kinser turned 60 years old a few months ago and has put together a driving legacy that can be rivaled by no other however he has yet to notch a W at The Port.

In total the Bloomington, Ind., native owns 577 career World of Outlaws A Main wins at 142 different tracks and he wouldn’t mind making it 578 at 143 when the 30-lap, $10,000 to win outlaws show is spun off in two weeks.

Kinser does have a legacy at Port Royal during his driving career, finishing fourth in 1979, second in 1987, third in 2001, third in 2003 and fourth during the most recent WoO show at the track in 2004.

The undisputed King of the Outlaws announced his farewell tour last December and is nearly at the end of his final run through a season as a full-time WoO racer.

And as such, his Salute To The King 2014 campaign will bring him to Port Royal Speedway on October 25 along with a host of other outlaws drivers to battle the Pennsylvania Posse.

The Saturday, October 25 show at Port Royal Speedway will be Kinser’s last stand in the state of Pennsylvania as a full-time, card carrying World of Outlaws pilot and he will want to make good on his last chance at PA clay.

Ticket sales are ongoing for the upcoming invasion by the STP World of Outlaws and with contingency plans put in place to protect from a loss of the program due to inclement weather, fans can purchase tickets with confidence.

Seat tickets for the highly anticipated return of the World of Outlaws to Port Royal Speedway can be purchased now at the World of Outlaws official website, located at www.worldofoutlaws.com/tickets.

Reserve seating admission tickets, available in rows 7 – 19 of the aluminum grandstand, are set at $35 with adult general “day of” prices set at $30.

General admission prices for students ages 12 – 18 for the outlaws show will be just $20.  Ages 0 – 11 will be admitted for free to general admission areas.

Rows 1 – 6 of the aluminum grandstand will be open to general admission ticket holders.

A reserved seat/ticket, in rows 7 – 19 if desired, for ages 0 – 11 and for students will be the aforementioned $35.

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