World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Models
US 36 Raceway | Osborn, MO
Sunday, October 23, 2022
Event Info

World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Models
October 23, 2022
US 36 Raceway
9850 MO-33
Osborn, MO 

Event Description
The World of Outlaws Late Models finish off an October Weekend in Missouri with a trip to US 36 Raceway.

Series Racing
World of Outlaws Late Model Series

Sprint Car Track Record
9.846 seconds by Paul McMahan on 5/5/06

Late Model Track Record
12.463 by Dennis Erb Jr. on 5/22/09

To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Feature Laps Length
40

Event Schedule
2PM Pit Gates open
5PM Grandstand Gates open
5:30PM Drivers Meeting
6:00PM Hot Laps/Qualifying
7:00PM Opening Ceremonies
*All times Central

Frequently Asked Questions
To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Type of Grandstand
Bleachers

Stadium Seating
Stadium seats are allowed

Pit Age Limit
There is no age restriction in the pits. Anyone under the age of 18 must fill out a minor waiver and be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Personal Coolers
No coolers are allowed

Credit Card Use
None

Alcohol Sales
Alcohol is available for purchase

Smoking Policy
No smoking in the Grandstands

Parking Cost
Parking is free

Camping Availability
non-electric

Closest Airport
MCI - Kansas City International Airport

Track Info

US 36 Raceway
9850 MO-33
Osborn, MO 

Track Phone
(816) 675-2279

Ticket Phone
(844) 347-8849

Track Size & Type
0.375; high banked, dirt oval

Sprint Car Track Record
9.846 seconds by Paul McMahan on 5/5/06

Competitor Info
DIRTVision Highlights
Race Recap

WARRIOR PRIDE: Mike Marlar Grabs Fourth World of Outlaws Win of 2022 at US 36

After an up-and-down weekend with the World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Models, Mike Marlar saved his best performance for last Sunday night at US 36 Raceway. 

The Winfield, TN driver stormed past Chase Junghans for the lead on Lap 26 and led the final 14 laps to earn his fourth Series win of 2022.  

Marlar attributed his win to how well the car ran in the race’s later stages— something he said has been the case for most of the year. 

“The longer the race went, the better it got,” Marlar said. “The car, this year, has been doing that quite a bit. So, I was really happy with how the race went for sure.” 

Tyler Bruening led the first seven laps before Junghans, on the charge around the top of the track, made the pass for the lead on Lap 8. 

Chase Junghans and Tyler Bruening
Chase Junghans passes Tyler Bruening for the lead on Lap 8 of Sunday’s Feature/Jacy Norgaard photo

Junghans, who won on Friday night, quickly pulled away from the field until the race’s only caution came out for Tanner English, who broke the frame on the right front of his Longhorn Chassis, on Lap 18.

On the restart, Marlar started his ascension toward the front. He passed Dennis Erb Jr. and Bruening to move into the runner up spot. Then, he set his sights on Junghans.  

The “Winfield Warrior” used the low line to gain ground on the Manhattan, KS driver, narrowly colliding with Junghans as the two battled through traffic.  

Marlar needed only one more lap to get to the front, as he powered his Longhorn underneath Junghans in Turn 2 to take a lead on Lap 26 he wouldn’t relinquish. 

Mike Marlar and Chase Junghans
Mike Marlar grabs the lead from Chase Junghans on Lap 26/Jacy Norgaard photo

From there, Marlar held on to score his 12th career World of Outlaws win. 

“[Traffic] was busy, but you know all of them guys were out there doing their thing, and I was doing my thing,” Marlar said. “They were racing each other hard, and there was not one inch of this racetrack that wasn’t having a heck of a race going on.  

“It was pretty crazy, there was a lot of stuff going on, but I was able to keep it clean up there.” 

Junghans settled for second, his third top five of the weekend. He stated the last thing he needed was the yellow with 23 laps left. 

“I didn’t want to see a caution there, but hats off to [Marlar],” Junghans said. “He was better than me after the restart. It was a hell of a race. I was holding my breath, getting through lap cars.  

“All in all, it was a good weekend. We’ll take this and regroup and hopefully come out strong the next time we race.” 

Bruening, the 2021 Series Rookie of the Year, rounded out the podium. He said he wasn’t eager to try the outside until he saw Junghans and Marlar use the lane to their advantage. 

“I got held up a little bit with lap traffic,” Bruening said. “[Junghans] got by me, and then I started trying to move around a little bit, and it gave Mikey an opportunity to get by me, too. Once I found them guys had a decent line up on the top, I was more confident to go up there and run there a little bit.

“All in all, a darn good night. Quick Time. We won our (Heat Race). A podium finish, you can’t hang your head about that. When you start getting frustrated with seconds and thirds, you’re doing alright.” 

Dennis Erb Jr. finished fourth, also scoring his third top-five of the weekend. 

The Series points leader stated his goal was to make sure he made it through the night without any issues. 

“We were alright out there, but there was a lot going on,” Erb said. “We really had to make sure that we finished tonight for sure. We didn’t want to have any breaks on a night like tonight. We just kind of had to ride it out and get a good finish.” 

Dennis Erb Jr. unloads at US 36
Dennis Erb Jr. has mathematically secured the 2022 World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Championship/Jacy Norgaard photo

Erb’s finish, along with English’s 25th-place result, helped the Carpentersville, IL driver mathematically secured his first World of Outlaws CASE Late Models championship. He’ll officially claim that title at the World of Outlaws World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Nov. 2-5.  

Ryan Gustin, from Marshalltown, IA, rounded out the top five. “The Reaper,” said his tire management may have kept him from finishing higher. 

“I felt pretty good before the caution came out,” Gustin said. “I don’t know if I didn’t take care of my tire under yellow or what, but I didn’t feel like we took off quite as good as we were going. But that’s part of it when you have a hard tire. It’s tough to keep them from sealing.” 

Max Blair finished sixth for the second consecutive night, gaining on English in the battle for Rookie of the Year after the Benton, KY driver’s misfortune. English leads Blair by 20 points with three races left.  

UP NEXT: The Most Powerful Late Models on the Planet head to The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the World of Outlaws World Finals, Nov. 2-5. 

FOR TICKETS: CLICK HERE. 

If you can’t make it to the track, watch all the action live on DIRTVision – either online on with the DIRTVision App. 

CASE Construction Equipment Feature (40 Laps): 1. 157-Mike Marlar[4]; 2. 18-Chase Junghans[3]; 3. 16-Tyler Bruening[1]; 4. 28-Dennis Erb Jr[2]; 5. 19R-Ryan Gustin[6]; 6. 111V-Max Blair[8]; 7. 1-Josh Richards[7]; 8. B5-Brandon Sheppard[14]; 9. 11-Gordy Gundaker[11]; 10. 25-Shane Clanton[16]; 11. B1-Brent Larson[9]; 12. 21-Billy Moyer Sr[15]; 13. 99B-Boom Briggs[10]; 14. 21JR-Billy Moyer Jr[19]; 15. 11T-Trevor Gundaker[13]; 16. 22-Daniel Hilsabeck[12]; 17. 77-Jordan Yaggy[18]; 18. 33-Paul Glendenning[22]; 19. 15C-Curt Schroeder[23]; 20. 14W-Dustin Walker[20]; 21. 14-Reid Millard[25]; 22. (DNF) 53-Andrew Kosiski[17]; 23. (DNF) 23-Chad Walter[24]; 24. (DNF) 50-Kayden Clatt[21]; 25. (DNF) 81E-Tanner English[5]; 26. (DNF) L88-Larry Clawson[26] FOX FACTORY HARD CHARGER: Brandon Sheppard [+6]. 

[Read More]
Entries
Results
Feature Results
POSStart+/-#DriverLapsBehindLedStatusPointsMoney
14+3157Mike Marlar 400.00015Running150$10,000
23+118Chase Junghans 40-3.45918Running146$6,000
31-216Tyler Bruening 40-6.5247Running144$3,500
42-228Dennis Erb Jr40-7.418Running142$2,800
56+119RRyan Gustin 40-8.220Running140$2,500
68+2111VMax Blair 40-8.890Running138$2,300
7701Josh Richards 40-10.003Running136$2,200
814+6B5Brandon Sheppard 40-10.427Running134$2,100
911+211Gordy Gundaker 40-11.242Running132$2,050
1016+625Shane Clanton 40-11.595Running130$2,000
119-2B1Brent Larson 40-12.039Running128$1,600
1215+321Billy Moyer Sr40-12.485Running126$1,400
1310-399BBoom Briggs 40-13.865Running124$1,200
1419+521JRBilly Moyer Jr40-14.317Running122$1,100
1513-211TTrevor Gundaker 39-1 LapsRunning120$1,050
1612-422Daniel Hilsabeck 39-1 LapsRunning118$1,000
1718+177Jordan Yaggy 39-1 LapsRunning116$1,000
1822+433Paul Glendenning 38-2 LapsRunning114$1,000
1923+415CCurt Schroeder 37-3 LapsRunning112$1,000
2020014WDustin Walker 36-4 LapsRunning110$1,000
2125+414Reid Millard 36-4 LapsRunning108$1,000
2217-553Andrew Kosiski 26-14 LapsDNF106$1,000
2324+123Chad Walter 24-16 LapsDNF104$1,000
2421-350Kayden Clatt 22-18 LapsDNF102$1,000
255-2081ETanner English 17-23 LapsDNF102$1,000
26260L88Larry Clawson 1-39 LapsDNF102$1,000
Heat 1 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
11016Tyler Bruening 80.0008Running
22018Chase Junghans 8-1.586Running
34+11Josh Richards 8-2.168Running
45+199BBoom Briggs 8-3.157Running
57+211TTrevor Gundaker 8-4.670Running
66025Shane Clanton 8-5.284Running
73-421JRBilly Moyer Jr8-6.243Running
88033Paul Glendenning 8-7.809Running
99014Reid Millard 8-14.987Running
Heat 2 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
110157Mike Marlar 80.0008Running
22081ETanner English 8-1.154Running
330111VMax Blair 8-1.643Running
44011Gordy Gundaker 8-3.110Running
550B5Brandon Sheppard 8-3.455Running
67+153Andrew Kosiski 8-6.630Running
76-114WDustin Walker 8-9.415Running
88015CCurt Schroeder 8-10.559Running
990L88Larry Clawson 1-7 LapsDNF
Heat 3 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
12+119RRyan Gustin 80.0007Running
21-128Dennis Erb Jr8-0.8121Running
330B1Brent Larson 8-1.885Running
44022Daniel Hilsabeck 8-3.550Running
55021Billy Moyer Sr8-4.581Running
66077Jordan Yaggy 8-6.322Running
77050Kayden Clatt 8-8.781Running
88023Chad Walter 8-10.050Running
My Place Hotels Qualifying Results
POSStartCarDriverHometownTimeDifference
12416Tyler Bruening Decorah, IA12.9130.000
216157Mike Marlar Winfield, TN12.942-0.029
32128Dennis Erb JrCarpentersville, IL12.982-0.069
4118Chase Junghans Manhattan, KS13.129-0.216
51781ETanner English Benton, KY13.129-0.216
6419RRyan Gustin Marshalltown, IA13.164-0.251
71121JRBilly Moyer JrBatesville, AR13.193-0.280
86111VMax Blair Centerville, PA13.218-0.305
914B1Brent Larson Lake Elmo, MN13.244-0.331
10131Josh Richards Shinnston, WV13.249-0.336
112211Gordy Gundaker St. Charles, MO13.253-0.340
12522Daniel Hilsabeck Earlham, IA13.337-0.424
132099BBoom Briggs Bear Lake, PA13.367-0.454
1410B5Brandon Sheppard New Berlin, IL13.370-0.457
152521Billy Moyer SrBatesville, AR13.402-0.489
16325Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA13.489-0.576
17814WDustin Walker Polk, MO13.526-0.613
18977Jordan Yaggy Rochester, MN13.557-0.644
191811TTrevor Gundaker St. Charles, MO13.591-0.678
202353Andrew Kosiski Lavista, NE13.646-0.733
211950Kayden Clatt Edina, MO13.794-0.881
222633Paul Glendenning Mount Ayr, IA13.802-0.889
231515CCurt Schroeder Newton, IA13.851-0.938
24723Chad Walter Jacksonville, MO14.312-1.399
25214Reid Millard Jefferson City, MO14.312-1.399
2612L88Larry Clawson Kansas City, MO14.312-1.399

Which Schedule Would You like to Add to Your Calendar

2022_CASE_LMS_LOGO