WoO LMs Wet In Georgia
SYLVANIA, Ga. — Saturday night’s World of Outlaws Late Model Series program at Screven Motor Speedway was washed out by strong spring storms, but the cancelation will bring an even bigger return engagement for the national tour.
Screven promoter Redd Griffin reached an agreement with WoO LMS officials to reschedule the circuit’s annual visit to the three-eighths-mile oval for Nov. 1 or 2. Griffin will also pump up the A-Main’s first-place prize to $12,000, creating a huge lead-in to the season-ending World Finals on Nov. 3-5 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.
The new date for Screven’s WoO LMS event is tentatively set for Wed., Nov. 2 – the same evening for which Griffin previously rescheduled his ‘Winter Freeze’s program, a doubleheader featuring dirt Late Models and the O’Reilly All-Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series that was rained out last month. Griffin will reset the WoO LMS card to Tues., Nov. 1, however, if wet weather would force the World of Outlaws Showdown on Oct. 12 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte to be postponed to Nov. 2 in conjunction with the World Finals.