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Schatz takes Western World & RRS points lead - HD Staff - November 19, 2011 - Tucson, AZ. ...Donny Schatz earned the $15,000 top prize in the Western World Championships Saturday night at USA Raceway. The win also moved Schatz past Sammy Swindell in the season-long Racer's Racing Series point standings - with one event remaining. Schatz piloted the Tony Stewart Racing #15 to the win ahead of a stout top five that included in order: Schatz, Jason Johnson, Swindell, Danny Lasoski, and Brad Sweet. ...The final RRS event is Thursday night in Irwindale, California with the 71st annual Turkey Night Midget Grand Prix.

Donny Knoxville Does it Again - HD Staff - August 14, 2011 - Knoxville, IA. ...Showing his championship form - Donny Schatz raced from the 13th starting spot to win his fifth Knoxville Nationals Saturday night at Knoxville Raceway. Schatz earned $150,000 for the victory on the famous half-mile clay oval. Shane Stewart finished second after charging from the 17th starting spot. Sammy Swindell completed the podium finishers. The event was a 'double-points' race in the Racer's Racing Series.

Schatz wins Western World - By Lonnie Wheatley - November 20, 2010. Tucson, AZ. ...Donny Schatz won Saturday night’s 43rd Annual Western World Championships at USA Raceway. Schatz wired the field in the 30-lap ASCS National feature event for his first Western World title since 1999. North Dakota’s Schatz pocketed $15,000 for his second Lucas Oil ASCS National win of the weekend after topping Thursday’s preliminary feature.

Schatz wins WoO season opener - by Tony Veneziano - Barberville, FL. - February 6, 2010. ...Donny Schatz wrapped up 2009 standing on top of the podium after claiming his fourth consecutive World of Outlaws title, and he began the 2010 season on top again taking the win on Saturday night in the season opener for the World of Outlaws at Volusia Speedway Park. Schatz lined up third in the Tony Stewart Racing J&J and quickly moved into second and then battled Tim Shaffer and led the first lap, before the latter retook the top spot on the second circuit. Schatz tracked Shaffer back down in lapped traffic and drove under him on the 12th lap in turn one to take the lead. He would lead the remainder of the 30-lapper, including after two double file restarts to score the win over Joey Saldana and Steve Kinser. Jason Meyers finished fourth and Shaffer was fifth.


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