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November 11, 2020

Cade Dillard Finishes Third in World of Outlaws Championship
Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100 Up Next

ROBELINE, La. (11/11/20) – Cade Dillard wrapped up his sophomore season with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series last week. The driver known as “Thriller” ended the 2020 campaign with two wins, 13 Top-5’s, and 24 Top-10 performances behind the wheel of his S&S Fishing & Rental Inc. No. 97 MB Customs/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

Dillard recorded his first win on the national tour at New Mexico’s Vado Speedway Park in January. The highlight of Cade’s season was a career-high $30,000 payday for his triumph in the Firecracker at Lernerville (Pa.) Speedway in June.

“It’s been a great year for me. The stuff that I’ve been able to achieve and accomplish has been a dream come true. Some of the stuff we’ve been able to do, I would’ve never imagined in a million years. I was blessed with a lot of great opportunities this year. To be in the top three with Brandon and Ricky is a huge honor.”

Cade Dillard invaded the Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, N.C. on Wednesday for the World of Outlaws “Last Call” – a midweek doubleheader that replaced the tour’s season-ending World Finals because coronavirus restrictions limiting large gatherings.

With a field of 55 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series entries registered, Cade came one spot short of a transfer position in his heat race with a fourth-place finish, transferring him into the B-Main.

Streaking to a 10-lap consolation victory, Dillard earned the 21st-starting position for the $12,000-to-win A-Main. Breaking into the Top-10, Cade Dillard passed 13 cars in the 50-lap affair to register an eighth-place finish.

For another $12,000-to-win program on Thursday, Dillard followed up a fourth-place finish in his heat race with a runner-up finish in his B-Main behind Ryan King. Starting the finale in 23rd, Cade marched forward 11 positions in the 50-lapper to come in 12th.

His 12th-place finish on Thursday secured Dillard a third-place finish in the final World of Outlaws Late Model Series championship standings. For more information on the events or complete series standings, please visit .

This weekend – November 12-14 – Cade will head to Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Miss., where he’ll enter the annual Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100. After seeing an Open Practice Session held on Thursday night, a $4,000-to-win event will be held on Friday night, while Saturday night will see a $12,000-to-win purse on the line.

For more information on the event, please visit .

Cade Dillard Racing would like to thank their marketing partners, which include S&S Fishing & Rental, Production Jars, Joel’s Auto Sales, Nichols Stores, KRD Pumping Services, MB Customs Racecars, Champion Oil, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Strength Roofing and Siding, Razor Edge Graphics, Bryan Cook Trucks, Kuda Kutrite, Hypercoil Springs, Fast Shafts, Day Motorsports, Wilwood Brakes, Wehrs Machine, Larry’s Performance Carburetors, Abilene Race Radiators, Jody’s Oilfield Service, Awalt Hot Oil Service and Marketing Services.

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November 11, 2020

Rodney Sanders Clinches Fourth USMTS National Title

HAPPY, Tex. (11/11/20) –  Rodney Sanders wrapped up the United States Modified Touring Series campaign over the weekend at RPM Speedway. The driver of the Wichita Tank Racing No. 20 Kenny’s Tile/ ARMI Contractors/ MB Customs/ Hatfield Racing Engine Modified clinched his second-straight National Championship and fourth of his career.

“It certainly wasn’t the end to the season we’d hoped for, but we were able to clinch the championship. It was a fun year battling with Dereck [Ramirez] for the championship, it came down to the wire. It’s still surreal to think that we’ve now won four USMTS championships. It’s a great accomplishment and I couldn’t be prouder of my team. Thank you to everyone who helped make this great year and championship possible.

Rodney Sanders was one of 45 United States Modified Touring Series entries registered at RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas on Thursday to wrap up the season with the 3rd Annual Summit Southern Nationals.

Scoring a second-place finish in his heat behind Jack Sartain, Sanders locked into the 10th-starting position for the opening night feature. With $2,000 on the line, Rodney was an early retiree from the 35-lapper on lap 21.

In a $3,000-to-win program on Friday night, Rodney recorded a fourth-place finish in his heat race, transferring him into the B-Main. Jumping up one spot to place fifth, Sanders locked into the 21st-starting position for the main event. Running into more trouble in the 40-lap affair, Rodney was sidelined on lap 27 for the remainder of the feature.

On Saturday afternoon, Sanders came in sixth in his heat before scratching from his B-Main. Relying on a provisional to start the $5,100-to-win finale, Rodney marched forward 12 spots in the 50-lapper to register a 13th place outing.

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The team is currently outlining the remainder of their 2020 schedule. As dates are nailed down, they’ll be posted on the team’s official website at .

Rodney Sanders would like to thank all of his sponsors including Wichita Tank Racing, ARMI Contractors, Mesilla Valley Transportation, S&S Fishing and Rental, Kenny’s Tile, MB Customs, Hatfield Race Engines, Hibner Logging, Bergman Tax and Accounting, Paulson Rock Products, Integra Shocks, Swift Springs, FK Rod Ends, CMD Race Shocks, Wehrs Machine, 87 Automotive, Keyser Manufacturing, Allstar Performance, Speedway Motors, Schoenfeld Headers, JE Pistons, Walker Performance Filtration, Rodney Sanders Racing, Day Motorsports, Real Wheels, Palmer Painting, Deatherage Opticians, Wilwood Brakes, PEM Rearends, Winning Edge Carburetors, McCartney Welding, Simpson Race Products, and Marketing Services.

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