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1 MONTH ALERT: Xtreme Outlaw Midgets to Debut at Arrowhead Speedway, Tulsa Speedway in July

2024 Xtreme Outlaw Midget racing

The Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota will return to Oklahoma in July for a trip to two new tracks.

First, the Series will make its debut at the state-of-the-art Arrowhead Speedway in Colcord, OK on Friday, July 26. Then, it’ll make its first trip to Tulsa Speedway – located 15 minutes outside of Tulsa.

The two races will also be the Series’ first appearances in the Sooner State this year.

Last year, Oklahoma events helped wrapped up the final three races of the 2023 season and produced a different winner each time. Oklahoma’s Ryan Timms won at Port City Raceway, while Gavin Miller and Hayden Reinbold picked up wins at I-44 Riverside Speedway.

Timms, of Oklahoma City, OK is in the hunt for the 2024 championship this year, currently second in points behind fellow Oklahoman and Keith Kunz Motorsports teammate Cannon McIntosh, of Bixby, OK.

McIntosh currently leads the Series for most wins this year with four. Behind him is his teammate Ashton Torgerson, of Glendale, AZ with three wins.

Two other full-time Series competitors who will be on the hunt for a home state win are Tyler Edwards, of Salina, OK and Kale Drake, of Collinsville, OK. Drake, who also serves as a mechanic with KKM, scored his first Series win earlier this year at Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex.

If you can’t make it to the tracks, you can watch both races live on DIRTVision.

Date – Friday, July 26
Location – Colcord, OK

Times (CT) –
4 p.m. Pit Gate Opens
6 p.m. Grandstand Gate Opens
7:30 p.m. Hot Laps & Qualifying
-Racing to follow

Tickets – Available at track.

Date – Saturday, July 27
Location – Tulsa, OK

Times (CT) –
5 p.m. Pit Gate Opens
6 p.m. Grandstand Gate Opens
7 p.m. Hot Laps & Qualifying
-Racing to follow

Tickets – Available at track.