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.
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
Devin Moran keeps adding unique trophies to his collection in 2021. On Sunday, he earned Bristol Motor Speedway’s iconic sword, to go with his Big Gator from February’s DIRTcar Nationals. The Dresden, OH driver passed Ricky Weiss in traffic with 10 laps to go to win his second World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models
Morton Buildings Feature (40 Laps) – 1. 9-Devin Moran [$25,000]; 2. 7-Ricky Weiss [$10,000]; 3. 79-Ross Bailes [$5,000]; 4. 20RT-Ricky Thornton [$4,000]; 5. 76-Brandon Overton [$3,500]; 6. 44-Chris Madden [$3,000]; 7. 40B-Kyle Bronson [$2,800]; 8. 49-Jonathan Davenport [$2,700]; 9. 16-Tyler Bruening [$2,600]; 10. OE-Rick Eckert [$2,500]; 11. 20-Jimmy Owens [$2,000]; 12. 19R-Ryan Gustin [$1,800]; 13.
“It’s the power and the glory, it’s a war in paradise.” That’s two of the many ways Canadian rock band Rush describe “Big Money.” Big money is what drivers competing with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series are gunning for over the next three weeks. It starts Friday and Saturday, March 26-27,
Sometimes the best remedy when you’re struggling, is coming home again. That’s the case for Clover, SC driver Ross Bailes, as the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models return to South Carolina at Cherokee Speedway Friday and Saturday, March 26-27. It’s a place “The Boss” hopes will get him back on a track after
WHAT TO WATCH FOR: World of Outlaws Late Models return to Cherokee for huge payout at Rock Gault Memorial
The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series returns to “The Place Your Momma Warned You About” this weekend for the biggest event in Cherokee Speedway’s history. The Series is gearing up for two nights of action at the 3/8-mile track, including twin 25-lap Features –paying $5,000 each – on Friday, March 26, and
The month of money continues for the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models, March 26-27, at Cherokee Speedway for the first annual Rock Gault Memorial with $45,000 in winnings and three trophies waiting for a new home. Friday night’s event – giving show-up points only – will feature twin 25-lap Features – splitting the