Knoxville Nationals - Sanctioning Body

Sanctioning Body

From 1961 through 1977, the race was unsanctioned, meaning that it was 'open competition'. From 1978 through 2005, the race was sanctioned by the World of Outlaws. Because of the split in the sport in 2006, and despite its two WoO Sprint Series races during the regular season, the Nationals has been unsanctioned and ran with track rules since 2006.

Drivers such as Tony Stewart, Jeff Gordon, Kenny Schrader, Ryan Newman, Kasey Kahne, A.J. Foyt, and many other famous drivers have raced on the famous half mile

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