Four-time Series champion Brandon Sheppard will return to the World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series for the 2023 season in a new ride.
The New Berlin, IL driver, will drive his own #B5 car as part of a joint-ownership effort between himself and Scott Riggs— who owned Tanner English’s car in 2022. The team will be known as Sheppard-Riggs Motorsports.
Sheppard is the winningest driver in World of Outlaws CASE Late Models history and will try to become the first driver in Series history to win five championships. If he’s able to win the title, it would be his first not in the Rocket1 Racing house car.
He’s also making a chassis switch for the 2023 season, as the team announced last week Sheppard will drive a Longhorn Chassis for the upcoming season.
His quest for a fifth title begins on Jan. 19-21, when the World of Outlaws CASE Late Models returns to Volusia Speedway Park for Sunshine Nationals. Joining the Series will be the 602 Late Models and DIRTcar Pro Late Models for a Late Model Palooza.
If you can’t make it to the track, you can watch all the action live on DIRTVision – either at DIRTVision.com or by downloading the DIRTVision App.