World of Outlaws Quad Cities 150
Davenport Speedway | Davenport, Iowa
Friday, August 26, 2022

Tickets can be purchased at the gate.

For more information, call the track at (563) 349-5044

Event Info

World of Outlaws Quad Cities 150
Davenport Speedway
2815 W Locust St
Davenport, Iowa 52804 

Event Description
The World of Outlaws Late Models will make a second trip to Iowa in the summer with their return to Davenport Speedway. The Series will be in town for another three-night tour on the banks of the Mississippi River on Aug. 25-27. Saturday’s finale will pay $30,000-to-win for the second straight year.

For the first time ever, the Xtreme Outlaws Midgets will join the Late Models on August 26 & 27, battling for $4,000 each night.

series Racing
Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series

Late Model Track Record
13.207 seconds by Bobby Pierce on 8/25/22

To Win Amount

Total Purse

Feature Laps Length

Entertainment/Additional Events
Full list of events:

11a Hy-vee Nascar on display
12p Truck Show
Post-Race Truck Light Show

12p Truck Show, Cornhole sign up
1p Cornhole Tournament
4p-5p Autograph session with drivers from both series
Post-Race Truck Light Show

Live Music Nightly

Frequently Asked Questions
To Win Amount

Total Purse

Reserved Seating

Type of Grandstand

Stadium Seating
Stadium seats are not allowed

Handicapped Seating
Front Row

Handicapped Parking
Front gate

Pit Age Limit

Personal Coolers
Coolers are prohibited.


Credit Card Use
Ticket Window

Alcohol Sales
No alcohol is allowed. Beer is available for purchase.

Smoking Policy
No smoking in the grandstands

Family Section

Parking Cost

Camping Availability
electric hookup, non-electric, onsite, sanitary facility, showers, waste services

Camping Cost
No reservations are being taken. First come, first serve. Fees will be collected upon arrival. Tent Camping - $60 for three days, $20 extra if arriving on Wednesday. Dry Camping - $90 for three days, $30 extra if arriving on Wednesday. Hook Ups - $150 for three days, $50 extra if arriving on Wednesday.

Closest Airport

Other Airport
Mt. Joy

Track Info
Track Phone
(563) 349-5044

Ticket Phone
(844) 347-8849

Track Email

Track Type

Late Model Track Record
13.207 seconds by Bobby Pierce on 8/25/22

Competitor Info
Competitor Downloads

Competitor Info
Left Front (Open Tire)
(Hoosier LM30, W30) on Right Front, Left Rear, Right Rear
(LM40) Right Rear Option Saturday Only
Left front must remain on the left front all night.
{Grooving and Siping is Allowed}
** Thursday and Friday you must run the same tires all night.
** Saturday you must heat race, and run LCS on the same tires, you may change (2) tires for the Feature.

DIRTVision Highlights
Race Recap
DANDY IN DAVENPORT: Chase McDermand Surges Late for First Xtreme Outlaw Win

The wildly impressive streak of parity was extended on Friday night as the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota welcomed a sixth winner to Victory Lane in the sixth race in Series history.

Becoming the fifth and final leader of an action-packed debut at Iowa’s Davenport Speedway, Chase McDermand, of Springfield, IL, methodically picked his way forward amid one of the most heated battles for the lead in all of Midget racing.

Fans witnessed a whopping seven official lead changes in the opening 11 green flag laps as Jade Avedisian, Jesse Love, Bryant Wiedeman, and Jacob Denney exchanged control of the top spot. It was a back and forth, neck and neck, see-saw battle with more comers and goers than you could imagine in such a short span of time.

With eyes glued to the front, the 22-year-old McDermand was able to quietly guide his Mounce/Stout Motorsports #40 to third-from-seventh in only a handful of laps as he entered the picture with nearly seven other winning contenders on the racey 1/4-mile.

Once the intensity calmed down around halfway, McDermand settled into second behind his teammate, Jacob Denney, and it appeared as if a Mounce/Stout 1-2 finish was in order. However, when Denney’s #61 lost brakes in the closing stages, he also lost his marks and could do little to react as McDermand feathered the throttle and drove by the 16-year-old gasser to lead Lap 27 of 30.

A green-white-checkered finish was then survived as McDermand crossed the checkered flag to join Gavan Boschele, Taylor Reimer, Jade Avedisian, Chance Crum, and Michael Pickens as the sixth different winner in the brief history of the Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota. It’s also his third triumph of the year with the POWRi National Midget League.

“I watched that B-Main and I knew that I was committed to the bottom with how we set this thing up,” McDermand said. “From the drop of the green flag we were passing cars and when I got to second, I was feeling pretty good. I knew we would have a shot, but I really wish I could’ve raced Jacob for that straight up had his brakes not gone out.”

After leading laps 11-26, 16-year-old Jacob Denney, of Galloway, OH, slipped back to finish third as he lost brakes while leading in the late running. It not only ruined the potential for a Mounce/Stout 1-2, but also Denney’s long-overdue trip to Xtreme Outlaw Victory Lane following a third at Jacksonville and second at I-55.

It did, however, signal the already-known arrival of Mounce/Stout Motorsports onto the national scene. In a world where powerhouse organizations like Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports and CB Industries handle headlines, this family-owned team has gone toe-to-toe with the best in Midget racing, and they’ve succeeded.

“This is big,” noted owner Jay Mounce. “We’ve been chasing these guys for years. We’ve come a long way from where we started with our equipment, and the Stanton SR-11 engines are a large part of that, and so is our drivers’ incredible feedback. You’re racing Keith [Kunz], Chad [Boat], Cannon [McIntosh], and so many knowledgable badasses, it’s so tough. Being able to race with these guys week-in and week-out is a rewarding feeling.”

Sandwiched in between the Mounce/Stout podium with a career-best runner-up effort was Dominic Gorden. The 16-year-old native of Clovis, CA moved forward from sixth to second in his Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports #71K. He led the charge for a KKM team that occupied five of the top-seven spots on Friday night.

Daison Pursley, who returned from a nine-month traumatic injury recovery, enjoyed a stellar showing as he battled up front and ultimately finished fourth in the Keith Kunz Motorsports, Toyota Racing, Bullet Chassis #71. Rounding out the top five was his KKM teammate Gavin Miller with another career-best effort in fifth place.

Closing out the top-10 at Davenport were Taylor Reimer, Bryant Wiedeman, Chance Crum, Zach Daum, and Kyle Jones with a 21st-to-10th outing for the TJ Forged Hard Charger Award.

Xtreme Outlaw Midget Feature Results (30 Laps) – 1. 40-Chase McDermand (7); 2. 71K-Dominic Gorden (6); 3. 61-Jacob Denney (11); 4. 71-Daison Pursley (5); 5. 71M-Gavin Miller (12); 6. 25K-Taylor Reimer (14); 7. 01-Bryant Wiedeman (2); 8. 26-Chance Crum (10); 9. 9M-Zach Daum (15); 10. 7U-Kyle Jones (21); 11. 87-Jace Park (8); 12. 84-Jade Avedisian (1); 13. 21K-Karter Sarff (9); 14. 19M-Ethan Mitchell (17); 15. 57-Maria Cofer (16); 16. 97-Brenham Crouch (4); 17. 56-Mitchell Davis (18); 18. 71E-Mariah Ede (19); 19. 50-Daniel Adler (20); 20. 19AZ-Hayden Reinbold (13); 21. 21E-Emilio Hoover (22); 22. 84X-Jesse Love (3). Lap Leaders(s): Avedisian 1; Love 2, 7, 9-10; Wiedeman 3-6, 8; Denney 11-26; McDermand 27-30. TJ Forged Hard Charger: Jones +11.

NEW Championship Standings (After 6/10 Races)  1. Zach Daum (848); 2. Bryant Wiedeman (-60); 3. Brenham Crouch (-75); 4. Taylor Reimer (-142); 5. Kyle Jones (-142); 6. Chance Crum (-158); 7. Dominic Gorden (-247); 8. Jade Avedisian (-264); 9. Sam Johnson (-325); 10. Ethan Mitchell (-370).

UP NEXT (Saturday) The Xtreme Outlaw Midget Series presented by Toyota will conclude their portion of the Quad Cities 150 weekend on Saturday, August 27 with a $4,000-to-win program, held in conjunction with POWRi, at Iowa’s Davenport Speedway.

Feature Results
17+640Chase McDermand 300.0004Running200$4,000
26+471KDominic Gorden 30-1.0200Running194$2,000
311+861Jacob Denney 30-1.13516Running190$1,200
45+171Daison Pursley 30-1.5400Running186$1,100
512+771MGavin Miller 30-2.0180Running182$1,000
614+825KTaylor Reimer 30-2.3440Running178$800
72-501Bryant Wiedeman 30-2.4195Running174$700
810+226Chance Crum 30-2.9380Running170$600
915+69MZach Daum 30-3.1050Running166$550
1021+117UKyle Jones 30-3.8630Running162$500
118-387Jace Park 30-4.0240Running158$475
121-1184Jade Avedisian 30-4.2101Running154$450
139-421KKarter Sarff 30-4.4690Running150$425
1417+319MEthan Mitchell 30-4.5720Running146$400
1516+157Maria Cofer 30-4.8290Running142$375
164-1297Brenham Crouch 30-5.4530Running138$350
1718+156Mitchell Davis 30-5.7090Running134$325
1819+171EMariah Ede 30-5.7390Running130$300
1920+150Daniel Adler 30-6.3510Running126$300
2013-719AZHayden Reinbold 28-2 Laps0Running122$300
2122+121EEmilio Hoover 28-2 Laps0Running118$300
223-1984XJesse Love 15-15 Laps5DNF114$300
Hard Charger: Kyle Jones
Last Chance Showdown Results
15+419MEthan Mitchell 100.0000Running0$0
22056Mitchell Davis 10-1.1020Running0$0
36+371EMariah Ede 10-1.5670Running0$0
44050Daniel Adler 10-3.2330Running0$0
510+521EEmilio Hoover 10-3.9850Running0$0
61-57UKyle Jones 10-4.3930Running0$0
77031Kyle Beilman 10-4.5140Running100$100
89+172JSam Johnson 10-7.3990Running100$100
98-13Adam Taylor 4-6 Laps0DNF100$100
103-708Cannon McIntosh 0-10 Laps0DNS100$0
111106BAndy Baugh 0-10 Laps0DNS100$0
Heat 1 Results
12+184XJesse Love Redwood City, CA0.00021
23+101Bryant Wiedeman Colby, KS-0.77019
31-226Chance Crum Snohomish, WA-1.20516
47+361Jacob Denney Galloway, OH-1.41217
56+19MZach Daum Pocahontas, IL-1.94413
65-17UKyle Jones Kennedale, TX-2.25510
78+119MEthan Mitchell Mooresville, NC-3.1219
89+13Adam Taylor Wheatefield, IN99.2977
94-508Cannon McIntosh Bixby, OK110.5654
Heat 2 Results
13+297Brenham Crouch Lubbock, TX0.00022
21-140Chase McDermand Springfield, IL-0.35018
36+321KKarter Sarff Mason City, IL-1.00919
44087Jace Park Overland Park, KS-1.01114
52-319AZHayden Reinbold Chandler, AZ-1.37612
65-156Mitchell Davis Auburn, IL-2.14910
77071EMariah Ede Fresno, CA-3.8698
88072JSam Johnson St Peters, MO-3.9456
99021EEmilio Hoover Broken Arrow, OK-4.4104
Heat 3 Results
11071Daison Pursley Locust Grove, OK0.00020
22071KDominic Gorden Clovis, CA-0.87418
34+184Jade Avedisian Clovis, CA-1.27617
48+471MGavin Miller Allentown, PA-2.63718
55057Maria Cofer Macdoel, CA-3.32812
63-325KTaylor Reimer Tulsa, OK-3.87310
76-150Daniel Adler St. Louis, MO-4.1198
87-131Kyle Beilman Los Angeles, CA-8.5156
9906BAndy Baugh Mason City, IL-2.6374
Qualifying Flight 1 Results
1708Cannon McIntosh 14.2290.00010
2801Bryant Wiedeman 14.245-0.0169
3484XJesse Love 14.388-0.1598
4526Chance Crum 14.443-0.2147
517UKyle Jones 14.473-0.2446
639MZach Daum 14.492-0.2635
7661Jacob Denney 14.525-0.2964
8219MEthan Mitchell 14.603-0.3743
993Adam Taylor 14.603-0.3742
Qualifying Flight 2 Results
1287Jace Park 14.3790.00010
2997Brenham Crouch 14.456-0.0779
3819AZHayden Reinbold 14.619-0.2408
4140Chase McDermand 14.816-0.4377
5356Mitchell Davis 14.993-0.6146
6721KKarter Sarff 15.006-0.6275
7471EMariah Ede 15.149-0.7704
8572JSam Johnson 15.149-0.7703
9621EEmilio Hoover 15.149-0.7702
Qualifying Flight 3 Results
1684Jade Avedisian 14.3730.00010
2725KTaylor Reimer 14.434-0.0619
3271KDominic Gorden 14.461-0.0888
4371Daison Pursley 14.515-0.1427
5557Maria Cofer 14.667-0.2946
6950Daniel Adler 14.706-0.3335
7431Kyle Beilman 14.841-0.4684
8171MGavin Miller 15.511-1.1383
986BAndy Baugh 15.511-1.1382