Randy Weaver and
Outlaw Racing Southeast Welcomes Outlaw Graphics on Board
25, 2015) As the 2015 racing season rapidly
approaches for Randy Weaver and his Outlaw Racing Southeast
team, they are pleased to announce that Outlaw Graphics has
been tabbed as their official graphics provider. Outlaw Graphics,
which is also conveniently located in Crossville, Tennessee,
is a family-owned and operated business that has been in operation
for ten years. They started out in the motorsports lettering
industry and have subsequently branched out into the sign
and commercial business.
With today's advance in technology, Outlaw Graphics has jumped
into the digital printing market, as well as vehicle wrapping.
Basically, if you can imagine it - Outlaw Graphics can print
it. They strive to serve each and every one of their customers
as promptly and courteously as possible - no matter what the
size of your project. At Outlaw Graphics, they pledge to keep
their quality high and their prices affordable, so that customers
may have the best products possible within the confines of
Let Outlaw Graphics help you get noticed in 2015! Specializing
in logo design, digital printing, signs, banners, magnetics,
motorsports wraps, and vehicle lettering, Outlaw Graphics
strives to provide professional quality at affordable prices!
Learn more about Outlaw Graphics by clicking on www.outlawgraphicstn.com.
"We are extremely excited to announce that Outlaw Graphics
and owner Joe Cline will be the official graphics provider
of Randy Weaver Racing and Outlaw Racing Southeast,"
exclaimed Randy Weaver earlier today. "It is just a really
good fit for everyone involved. They are literally three miles
from my shop and will be able to service all of our cars,
as well as all of our client cars right here at the shop.
That is going to mean a lot to our clients to know when they
pick up their cars, they are going to be totally lettered
and ready to head to the track!"
Ice Storm and Power
Outage Cause Randy Weaver to Postpone Season Opener...
(February 24, 2015)
Due to the severe ice storm across the region and the subsequent
loss of power for going on five days now, Randy Weaver is
forced to postpone his 2015 season opener, which was scheduled
to be the 'Bama Bash' this upcoming weekend at East Alabama
Motor Speedway. Instead, Randy will now lift the lid to his
'15 campaign on March 13-14 at Smoky Mountain Speedway in
Maryville, Tennessee in a pair of Old Man's Garage Spring
Nationals tussles. You can view the latest schedule plans
concerning the #116 team by clicking on the SCHEDULE
page of the website!
Weaver to Start 2015
Season in Bama Bash; Tabs Grant Pearl as Part-Time Driver
21, 2015) Fresh off a tremendous 2014 racing
season in which he reached victory lane on eleven different
occasions including in the Coors Light 'Fall Classic' at Whynot
Motorsports Park in Meridian, Mississippi to pocket a career-high
$15,000 payday, Randy Weaver announced today that he will
likely start his 2015 campaign in the 'Bama Bash' at East
Alabama Motor Speedway on February 27-28. The Southern All
Stars Dirt Racing Series (SAS) will preside over the 18th
Annual 'Bama Bash' at the historic Phenix City, Alabama facility
and a $15,000 top prize will be on the line.
Randy has also added the opening weekend of the Old Man's
Garage Spring Nationals tour to his 2015 schedule of events.
The Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee will host
a pair of Super Late Model specials on March 13-14. A $5,000
winner's check will be up for grabs on that Friday night,
while the doubleheader finale boasts a $10,000 windfall on
Saturday. You can view Randy's plans for the season all year
long by pointing your web browser to www.RandyWeaverRacing.com.
"We have just been swamped at the shop building Longhorn
cars for a select few customers and there is no way we could
be ready to race during Speedweeks," quoted Weaver recently.
"In fact, we are still six or seven cars behind right
now and we will be pushing being prepared for the Bama Bash,
but I think we can make it for that race. I have to thank
everyone associated with our Outlaw Racing Southeast team
- especially my crew and everyone here at the shop, as well
as Stone Land Clearing & Excavating, A.F. Stone Professional
Medical Services, Mission Transport, The Bailey Company, Longhorn
Chassis, Cornett Racing Engines, and all of our great product
In other news coming out of Outlaw Racing Southeast today,
Randy has tabbed Anniston, Alabama native Grant Pearl as a
part-time driver of the #116. Grant, who has helped wrench
on Randy's race cars for the past three seasons, has several
years of Crate Late Model experience and finished sixth -
in his own equipment - in this year's Crate portion of the
'Ice Bowl' at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama.
The 25 year old up-and-comer is slated to make his first appearance
behind the wheel of an Outlaw Racing Southeast-prepped car
on January 31 in the $3,000 to win 'Cabin Fever 40' at Boyd's
Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia.
"I am very excited to announce that Grant (Pearl) will
drive one of our cars in select races this season," Weaver
went on to say. "He gave up his racing career to come
work for us and I want to reward him for that hard work and
dedication by getting his feet wet in the Super Late Model
division. We will just pick and choose several races throughout
the year for him and I think he will do a great job in the
seat. With what I went through with the passing of my dad
at the end of last year, I realize that I am not going to
be able to do this forever. I want to give back and start
preparing for the future a little bit, while still trying
to win races myself in the present."