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POINTS UPDATE: More Movement Toward the Top

David Gravel, Brad Sweet, Carson Macedo
Latest points update after Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55

Keep up with the latest movers in the chase for the 2023 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series championship.

LATEST RACE(S): Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 (April 14).

CURRENT POINTS LEADER: With a fourth place effort in Pevely, Carson Macedo maintained the points lead for a second consecutive week. The Lemoore, CA native is on a roll of four straight top fives aboard the Jason Johnson Racing #41 and boasts a 4.85 average finish through the first 13 races of the campaign.


Brad Sweet (+1): The four time and reigning champion went one for one over the weekend, topping Friday’s Feature at I-55 for his sixth win at the track. The victory helped the driver of the Kasey Kahne Racing #49 rebound after an incident last Saturday and jump to second in the standings – 12 markers behind Macedo.

David Gravel (-1): A mid-race battle for the lead that resulted in contact left David Gravel with a flat left-rear tire and caused him to settle for 10th in Pevely. The night dropped him to third in the standings, but the Watertown, CT driver is still only 20 points back of the lead.

James McFadden (+1): McFadden thrilled the fans on Friday with a charge from 14th that saw him in a wild battle for second in the closing laps. Ultimately, the Roth Motorsports gasser claimed the runner-up position for his third podium of the year. The result bumped McFadden up to seventh in points.

Spencer Bayston (+1): An eighth place finish at I-55 gave Spencer Bayston four top 10s in the last five races and elevated the CJB Motorsports pilot into eighth in the standings. After missing the top 10 in the opening three events of the campaign, the Lebanon, IN native continues to build momentum having only missed the top 10 three times in the 10 races since.

Donny Schatz (-2): A nasty crash at I-55 ended a promising run for the 10-time Series champion and caused him to slip a pair of positions to ninth. Fortunately for Schatz, arguably his best track, Knoxville Raceway, awaits this weekend.

Kasey Kahne (+1): After a rough two nights last weekend, Kasey Kahne bounced back with a top 10 in Pevely – his fourth of the year. The result moved the Enumclaw, WA native up to 12th in points.

Jacob Allen (-1): Friday was filled with misfortune for Allen who began the night with mechanical issues in qualifying. A crash in the Feature ended his night early and knocked the Shark Racing driver down a spot into 13th.


  1. Carson Macedo: 1826 Points (Jason Johnson Racing #41)
  2. Brad Sweet: -12 Points (Kasey Kahne Racing #49)
  3. David Gravel: -20 Points (Big Game Motorsports #2)
  4. Logan Schuchart: -56 Points (Shark Racing #1S)
  5. Buddy Kofoid: -72 Points (CMS Racing #11)
  6. Sheldon Haudenschild: -108 Points (Stenhouse Jr./Marshall Racing #17)
  7. James McFadden: -134 Points (Roth Motorsports #83)
  8. Spencer Bayston: -148 Points (CJB Motorsports #5)
  9. Donny Schatz: -162 Points (Tony Stewart Racing/Curb Agajanian #15)
  10. Gio Scelzi: -172 Points (KCP Racing #18)

For full Series Points, CLICK HERE.

NEXT RACE(S): Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, IA (April 21-22). For tickets, CLICK HERE.

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