Keep up with the latest movers chasing the 2023 World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series championship.
LATEST RACE: Ponderosa Speedway (July 14)
The Oakwood, IL driver has finished in the top five in 12 of his last 15 World of Outlaws starts, including four wins and nine podium finishes.
Brandon Sheppard [+1]: The four-time World of Outlaws CASE Late Models champion scored a third-place finish at Ponderosa—his second straight podium finish and fourth in the last six races. That finish moved him up one spot in the standings to fifth, 102 points behind Pierce.
Kyle Bronson [-1]: A flat right-rear tire during Friday’s Johnny Mulligan Classic at Ponderosa dropped the Brandon, FL driver to a 17th-place finish. He also dropped one spot in the standings to sixth, 106 out of first.
Top 10 in Points:
- Bobby Pierce 3292
- Chris Madden -56
- Ryan Gustin -66
- Nick Hoffman -84
- Brandon Sheppard -102
- Kyle Bronson -106
- Brian Shirley -146
- Tanner English -170
- Dennis Erb Jr. -214
- Shane Clanton -276
For Full Series Points: CLICK HERE.
NEXT RACE(S): Prairie Dirt Classic at Fairbury Speedway (July 28-29)
Hawkeye 50 at Boone Speedway (Aug. 1)
USA Nationals at Cedar Lake Speedway (Aug. 3-5)
If you can’t make it to the tracks, you can watch every World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model race live on DIRTVision.