While a World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Feature win slipped through Max Blair’s fingers Friday night, he wouldn’t let his inexperience cost him another victory at Cherokee Speedway. The Centerville, PA driver took what he learned Friday and used it to his advantage, leading the final 43 laps to win the second annual Rock
March is known for magical upsets, especially in College Basketball. Michael Brown decided to bring that magic to the racetrack Friday night at Cherokee Speedway. The Lancaster, SC driver seized an opportunity in traffic, muscling under Ryan Gustin and holding on for his first World of Outlaws CASE Construction Late Model Series win. Brown’s triumph
A history-making weekend is on the horizon as the World of Outlaws CASE Construction Late Models return to Cherokee Speedway, March 25-26. Joining The Most Powerful Late Models on the Planet for the first time is the Drydene Xtreme DIRTcar Series, which will crown a champion Saturday night at the 2nd annual Rock Gault Memorial.
“Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out,” as written by author Robert Collier. Max Blair tasted success at DIRTcar Nationals, running against the top field of drivers in the nation. Those small efforts during the week-long grind resulted in his first World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model
Dennis Erb Jr. made a statement at this year’s DIRTcar Nationals. He’s prepared to contend for the 2022 World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Models Championship. However, that statement quietly began last year. The Carpentersville, IL driver’s rise started in June when he won at Circle City Raceway and then continued throughout the year,
Nestled off a busy Interstate 85 in South Carolina, Cherokee Speedway awaits the return of the World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series, with a bonus. The second annual Rock Gault Memorial takes center stage, March 25-26, for the Series’ first appearance at “The Place Your Momma Warned You About” in 2022, co-sanctioned
The crisp November air and Fall scenery provides the backdrop for an epic stage to conclude the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models season at the NGK NTK World Finals. Add the chance to win in front of a home crowd and that stage grows even more significant. Chris Ferguson, of Mount Holly, NC,
Brandon Overton found himself in a unique position Friday night. The Evans, GA driver, lost the lead to Daulton Wilson on Lap 1, forcing him to step back, regroup, and calculate his next move. A caution on Lap 14 gave Overton another shot at Wilson—one he wouldn’t let slip away. “Big Sexy” used a lap