Champion Oil, a manufacturer of racing and performance lubricants, issued a statement saying that the Champion Racing Oil National Open sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at Williams Grove on Oct. 2-3 in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, is still set to take place as scheduled.
“It looks really good for the Champion Racing Oil National Open,” said Justin Loh, managing director of Williams Grove Speedway. “We are working hard to ensure enhanced safety and cleanliness measures. We have a few racers under our belt now. I see for now, only weather can cancel this premier event.”
The Champion Racing Oil National Open pays $65,000 to the winner and is an event with more than 50 years of history that includes the biggest names in motorsports competing at half-mile Williams Grove Speedway, Champion says.
The World of Outlaws features 410ci winged sprint cars. The Champion Racing Oil National Open is a part of the series championship that includes 94 race nights at 50 different tracks across 22 states and 3 Canadian provinces.