This Saturday, September 24th, ‘The Greatest Show on Dirt’ will invade Sarver, Pennsylvania, for the $10,000 to win Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville Speedway. The best sprint car drivers in the world will gather in Western Pennsylvania for one last time in 2011; as The World of Outlaws plan to make their last appearance of the year at Lernerville Speedway this weekend to help close out their 2011 season.

The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series will showcase their talent in three states this weekend; including the Lernerville appearance in Pennsylvania on Saturday. Jason Meyers, Steve Kinser, JOEY SALDANA, and the rest of the Outlaws, will first invade Michigan on Wednesday night, September 21st, for a stop at Hartford Motor Speedway in Hartford, Michigan. The Michigan event will kick off a three race swing in four days for the World of Outlaws.

Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, will then host the Outlaws on Friday night, September 23rd. The Eldora appearance will act as opening night for the annual Four Crown Nationals; which will conclude at ‘The Big E’ the following evening. The last time the Outlaws visited Eldora in 2011 was during the King’s Royal weekend back in July; Tyler Walker was the winner. From there, they will head even further east to just outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for the Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville Speedway.

Kevin Schaeffer is coming off of a third place finish for Team Fully Injected this past weekend at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway – Rick Rarer Photo

Team Fully Injected driver’s expected to be on hand this Saturday include former Lernerville Speedway Track Champion’s, Danny Holtgraver and Kevin Schaeffer; and recent first time Lernerville Speedway winner, Brandon Matus.

Jason Meyers currently sits on top of the World of Outlaws standings – Rick Rarer Photo

Clovis, California native, Jason Meyers, currently leads the World of Outlaws championship standings heading into the three race weekend; while Craig Dollansky and Steve Kinser each have nine wins on the tour- leading all drivers. Meyers has a 98 point lead heading into the weekend events. Steve Kinser, Donny Schatz, Paul McMahan, and Craig Dollansky round out the top five in current World of Outlaws standings.

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