Keep up with the latest movers chasing the 2023 World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series championship.
The Gray Court, SC driver did not finish outside the top 10 during the swing, as along with the two wins, he finished ninth at Marion Center, sixth at Stateline, and fifth on night two at Sharon.
The Oakwood, IL driver has only finished outside the top five once in the last five races, and his worst finish was a sixth on the second night of the Battle at the Border at Sharon.
It comes after grabbing his first career World of Outlaws win at Stateline last week, backed up by a top five at Marion Center and three top 10s at Sharon.
The Brandon, FL driver finished as high as second on night two at Sharon, and as low as 19th on the final night of the Battle at the Border.
Those finishes have dropped him two spots to fourth.
Even though he won at both Marion Center and Sharon, he also had a 25th last Saturday.
He’s now fifth in the standings entering Farmer City.
Brandon Sheppard (-1): Despite three top five finishes in the Northeast, the four-time Series champion dropped a spot in the standings back to sixth.
However, he’s starting to build momentum after two podium finishes in that stretch and returns to Farmer City where he scored a win earlier this month.
The Chatham, IL driver is 92 points behind Madden.
The Zebulon, GA driver moves up two spots to ninth, entering this weekend’s Midwest tripleheader.
TOP 10 IN POINTS:
- Chris Madden 1924
- Bobby Pierce -64
- Nick Hoffman -66
- Kyle Bronson -76
- Ryan Gustin -76
- Brandon Sheppard -84
- Brian Shirley -92
- Tanner English -110
- Shane Clanton -206
- Gordy Gundaker -206
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