For the third straight year, the World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Models will run multiple races at Ohio’s Sharon Speedway during a mid-summer doubleheader.

The two-day event, Friday-Saturday, July 12-13, will see the best Late Model drivers in the country contend for a $10,000 payday on Friday and then a $15,000 check on Saturday.

Last year, Chris Madden and Ryan Gustin split victories at the track during the three-day event – two for Madden and one for Gustin. Madden’s two victories were his first at the track, while Gustin’s win was his second.

Gustin has been strong at Sharon the past three years, nearly beating Kyle Larson in 2021 and then coming back in 2022 to win at the track in May. With his Series win there last year, he’ll try to win at the 3/8-mile track for a third consecutive year.

Madden, who will retire from full-time racing at the end of the year, is currently the only driver with a Series win in Ohio this year. He dominated at Raceway 7, leading all 40 laps.

Sharon has hosted the World of Outlaws 14 times. Its first World of Outlaws race was in 2004 during the Series’ revival year – won by Davey Johnson.

Date – Friday-Saturday, July 12-13
Location – Hartford, OH
Track Record – 14.842 seconds by Brandon Sheppard on April 21, 2017

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

Tickets – CLICK HERE to purchase.
How to Watch – Can’t make it to the track? Watch every lap live on DIRTVision.

Last Race Video Recap (May 27, 2023) –


Previous World of Outlaws winners at Sharon – 
2023- Chris Madden on May 25 and May 27, Ryan Gustin on May 26
2022- Ryan Gustin on May 28; Devin Moran on Aug. 20
2021- Kyle Larson on Aug. 21
2019- Brandon Sheppard on Aug. 30
2010- Darrell Lanigan on July 29
2009- Tim Fuller on July 25
2008- Donnie Moran on July 26
2007- Chub Frank on July 28
2006- Rick Eckert on July 8
2005- Tim McCreadie
2004- Davey Johnson on June 26