Auto racing: Sheppard wins fourth straight World of Outlaws event
Driver from New Berlin, Illinois, takes home $10,000 top prize
Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Illinois, led from start to finish to capture the $10,000-to-win World of Outlaws Late Model stop Tuesday night at Gondik Law Speedway in Superior.
Sheppard, who won his heat to make it a clean sweep, started the 50-lap feature on the pole and took advantage of it, cruising to his ninth World of Outlaws win this season and fourth in a row. He is the defending World of Outlaws Late Model Series champion and a two-time title holder at just 27 years old.
Cade Dillard of Robeline, Louisiana continued his recent string of success by finishing second while dirt-track star Jimmy Owens, making a special appearance on the circuit, finished third.
A pair of Wissota classes were also part of the racing program, with Andrew Inman of Canyon taking the checkered flag in Midwest Modifieds and Jase Wiarda of Duluth topping the Hornets class.
Gondik Law Speedway, Superior Tuesday’s Feature Results World of Outlaw Late Models
1. Brandon Sheppard, 2. Cade Dillard, 3. Jimmy Owens, 4. Darrell Lannagan, 5. Ashton Winger, 6. Chad Mahder, 7. Ricky Weiss, 8. Kevin Eder, 9. James Giossi, 10. Derek Vesel, 11. Pat Doar, 12. Brent Larson, 13. Dennis Erb Jr., 14. Deven VanHouse, 15. Scott Bloomquist, 16. Jeff Massingill, 17. Boom Briggs, 18. Travis Budiaslovich, 19. Steve Laursen, 20. Jimmy Mars, 21. Aaron Lillo, 22. Tim McMann.
Wissota Midwest Modifieds
1. Andrew Inman, 2. Jason VandeKamp, 3. Jack Rivord, 4. Ryan Gierke, 5. Mitch Weiss, 6. Brady Uotinen, 7. Wyatt Boyum, 8. McLean Andrews, 9. Jimmy Latvala, 10. Mark Thomas, 11. Gunner Peterson, 12. Cody Carlson, 13. Travis Krumrei, 14. Paul Ripley, 15. Chris Bretting. DNF: Darrin Lawler, Ryan Savoy, Mack Estey, Adam Shinn, Dalton Mains.
1. Jase Wiarda, 2. A.J. House, 3. Hunter McDougall, 4. Tyler Schramm, 5. Kristy Marken, 6. Mitch Kieber, 7. Rick Andrews Jr., 8. Casey Fitzpatrick, 9. Joshua Johnson Jr., 10. Josh Rowe, 11. Reid Johnson, 12. Andy Leino, 13. Darrin Lowney, 14. Lucas Lillo, 15. Noah Rose. DNF: Carson Gotelaere. DNS: Andrew Parendo.