All dirt roads led to the brightest lights, the largest fireworks, the biggest stage and the most prestigious trophies at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Saturday night. Basking in the rays of those glowing honors were Brad Sweet, Matt Sheppard and Bobby Pierce. For the first two drivers, it was a familiar sight as Sweet
World of Outlaws World Finals
About World Finals
The World of Outlaws World Finals is the championship event for the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars, the World of Outlaws Case Construction Equipment Late Models and, the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds. What makes the event so special is that the greatest superstars in dirt racing are racing on the same track on the same nights.
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World Finals News
All the focus entering the 2023 World Finals was squarely on Brad Sweet and David Gravel. The two rolled into The Dirt Track at Charlotte engaged in battle for the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car championship for the third year in a row. Sweet held a solid but not insurmountable 50-point lead.
One start, one win for Mike Marlar and his new ride with Skyline Motorsports. Earlier this week, the 2018 World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series champion from Winfield, TN, made the announcement of his alignment with the Iowa-based operation after 10 years driving for car owner Ronnie Delk, and set his sights
Sheppard extends points lead by six to 83 with fourth season win, inches closer to 10th Series title Matt Sheppard’s timing couldn’t be better. The nine-time and defending Series champion returned to Victory Lane at The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the first time since 2017 on Thursday night with a potential 10th Super DIRTcar