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January 9, 2022 - Seventh-place finish in Wild West Shootout opener
1To kick off the 2022 slate, Cade Dillard invaded Vado Speedway Park (Vado, New Mexico) on Saturday evening debuting in a brand new Black Diamond Race Car for the 16th annual Wild West Shootout. In a field of 31 Late Models, Cade secured his spot into the $5,000-to-win A-Main with a fifth-to-second run in his heat. Improving one spot in the 25-lap feature, Dillard recorded a seventh-place finish. (Mike Ruefer photo)

On Sunday, Dillard followed up the second-fastest lap overall in time trials with a heat race win. Earning the second-starting position for the A-Main, Cade brought out a caution on lap 19 while running in fifth. He did not return.

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November 13, 2021 - Dillard scores ninth-place finish in Peach State Classic
1On Friday night, Cade Dillard trekked to Senoia Raceway (Senoia, Ga.) to take part in the inaugural Peach State Classic. Drawing a stout field of 63 Late Models for the two-day event, Cade edged his way into the preliminary feature with the third-and-final transfer spot in his heat. With $10,000 on the line, Dillard passed four cars in the 25-lapper to finish 13th. (Jim DenHamer photo)

The following night, Dillard missed a transfer spot by one position in his heat, relegating him into the B-Main. Streaking to a 12-lap consolation victory, Cade locked into the 19th-starting position for the $52,052-to-win Peach State Classic. Wheeling his way into the Top-10, Dillard passed 10 cars in the 75-lapper to finish ninth.

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October 23, 2021 - Top-5 finish in Fall Classic at Whynot Motorsports Park
1Cade Dillard visited Whynot Motorsports Park (Meridian, Miss.) on Friday afternoon to pilot his Joel’s Auto Sales No. 97 Late Model for the 27th annual Coors Light Fall Classic. With 21 Late Models entered for the two-day event, Dillard recorded the fastest time in his group before picking up a heat race win. (Zackary Washington photo)

Losing two spots in the 100-lap feature on Saturday evening, Cade recorded a fourth-place finish. He followed Dennis Erb Jr., Neil Baggett, and Morgan Bagley to the checkers with Chad Thrash coming in fifth.

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October 16, 2021 - Dillard defends Spooky 50 triumph, weekend sweeps nets $10,000
1For the second-straight year Cade Dillard stormed to the Spooky 50 victory at Super Bee Speedway in his S&S Fishing & Rental Inc. No. 97 MB Customs/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

After claiming a $2,000 win in the preliminary program on Friday night, Dillard raced to the $8,000 triumph on Saturday night as his season total grew to six.

“We don’t get to race in Louisiana very often, but we’ve had the opportunity a couple of times in the past month. To race close to home is a treat, but to win two races in one weekend is for sure a bonus,” Dillard said. “We’ve got a really good team here, and we’ve battled through a lot of adversity this year. We’re looking forward to ending this season on a high note and hitting the ground running in 2022.

“We’ve got some truly great supporters, and I thank them all from the bottom of my heart.”

1Cade Dillard returned to Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, La.) on Friday afternoon to begin the defense of his 2020 title in the 28th annual Spooky 50. Outrunning Billy Moyer Jr. in the 25-lap preliminary feature, Cade soared to his fifth win of the season, which came ahead of Moyer Jr., Bubba Mullins, Kyle Beard, and Clay Fisher. He earned $2,000 for the triumph.

For the finale on Saturday, Dillard finished 2.345 seconds ahead of Billy Moyer Jr. in the 50-lap finale to capture his second win in as many nights. His sixth win of the 2021 campaign was worth $8,000.

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September 25, 2021 - Runner-up finish in Super Bee 100 at Chatham Speedway
1On Thursday afternoon, Cade Dillard made the short trip to Super Bee Speedway (Chatham, La.) to compete in a stout field of 61 Crate Late Models for the three-day Super Bee 100. With time trials taking place on Thursday, Dillard recorded the fastest time in his group. (DirtonDirt photo)

After cruising to a 12-lap heat race victory on Friday, Cade took part in head-to-head match races which resulted in the third-starting position for Saturday night’s $50,001-to-win Super Bee 100.

Gaining momentum late in the 100-lap affair, Dillard tracked down pacesetter Joseph Joiner in the waning laps but came up 0.752 seconds short at the line. He followed Joiner across the line with B.J. Robinson, Matt Henderson, and Carson Ferguson rounding out the Top-5.

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September 18, 2021 - Dillard scores emotional victory Texas Dirt Nationals opener at Texas Motor Speedway
1Cade Dillard kicked off the inaugural Texas Dirt Nationals at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway with a $10,000 victory on Friday night in his S&S Fishing & Rental Inc. No. 97 MB Customs/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model. (Michael Boggs Photography)

"I lost my grandpa this week, and I know he was riding with me," Dillard said haltingly in Victory Lane Friday night. "He loved racing and to do this for him means the world to me. This is probably one of the coolest places to win at. I won the Modified race here in '14, and I feel like that kind of really set my career up to be where I'm at today, you know? Like I said, to get one of these cowboy hats at a facility like this and these fans, it's pretty cool. I hope my car owner (Shane Sprinkle) is watching. He's been under the weather and I'm happy to get this for them. I owe all this to him. He gave me these opportunities."

1Cade Dillard traveled to The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway (Fort Worth, Texas) on Friday evening to take part in the opening round of the inaugural Texas Dirt Nationals.

Drawing 33 Late Models for the two-day event, Cade qualified fifth fastest in his group in time trials before picking up an eight-lap heat race victory. Going from third-to-first on the opening circuit of the feature, Dillard led flag-to-flag in the 25-lapper to register his fourth win of the season, which came ahead of Billy Moyer, Stormy Scott, Brandon Overton, and Bobby Pierce. He dedicated the $10,000 victory to his late grandfather who passed six days prior.

On Saturday, Dillard’s second-place finish in his heat race positioned him ninth on the starting grid for the $50,000-to-win finale. With only 30 laps to gain ground, Cade rebounded to finish 14th after he pitted with a flat right-rear tire on the third lap while running in fifth.

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