The 2023 World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model roster continues to flourish with exceptional talent as Cade Dillard returns to the Series full time.
This year will mark the Robeline, LA driver’s first time running the full tour since 2020. He ran the majority of the season in 2021, picking up two wins, and ran 11 races in 2022.
“We’re excited to be back, running it again,” Dillard said. “The schedule is good this year. The money helps a lot. Definitely a stacked field here. We’ll just work on our stuff and see how things fall.”
Overall, Dillard has made 127 starts with the World of Outlaws and amassed four victories with the Series – Vado Speedway Park and Lernerville Speedway in 2020, and Boone Speedway and Outagamie Speedway in 2021.
In his time away from full-time competition, Dillard ran a pick-and-choose schedule, running at tracks near his hometown and some beyond.
With the way the 53-race schedule has been laid out this season, he said it fits perfectly for the next step he wants to take with his #97 team.
“A lot of tracks on the schedule are places I enjoy,” Dillard said. “Cedar Lake, Mississippi Thunder, [River Cities Speedway]… I enjoy a lot of those tracks. The schedule just works out really good for us this year.”
Dillard will start his 2023 venture with the World of Outlaws at Volusia Speedway Park for the DIRTcar Sunshine Nationals, Jan. 18-21. His career best finish at Volusia is a second-place finish during the 2021 Sunshine Nationals season opener.
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