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October 27, 2019 - Cade Dillard Bags $20k USRA Fall Nationals Payday
1Mother Nature may have thwarted Cade Dillard’s original weekend plans, but it didn’t stop him from visiting Victory Lane. In fact, the pilot of the Nichols Stores No. 97 MB Customs/ Stoen Racing Engine Modified raced to the $20,101 victory in the 20th annual Rancho Milagro USRA Fall Nationals at New Mexico’s Vado Speedway Park.

“We originally planned to enter the Super Late Model portion of the Fall Classic at Whynot Motorsports Park, but rain forced them to pull the plug early in the week, so we shifted gears and got the Modified ready,” Dillard shared. “We had a great car all weekend at Vado Speedway Park. After the way we performed in our preliminary night on Friday, I knew that we had the car to beat on Sunday, and sure enough we got the job done.

“Sunday was the first anniversary for my wife Shelby and me. It was hard being away from her, but this $20,101 win definitely made it all worth it. I want to thank her, my whole family, my crew, and my sponsors for making this all possible.”

1Taking his S&S Fishing & Rental Inc No. 97 USRA Modified entry into battle, Cade Dillard traveled to Vado Speedway Park (Vado, New Mexico) on Friday evening for the opening round of the 20th annual Rancho Milagro USRA Fall Nationals. With 60 cars registered for action, Dillard improved eight spots in his heat race to place second behind Jimmy Mars. Earning the pole position for the 25-lap preliminary feature, Cade held off a charging Terry Phillips in the final ten laps to pick up his seventh win of the season. Phillips, Jimmy Mars, Dereck Ramirez, and Jason Hughes completed the Top-5 finishres. (James Adams Jr. photo)

With his spot already locked into Sunday night’s finale, Cade was able to sit out Saturday night’s program to prepare for the finale.

Starting on the pole on Sunday evening, Dillard outran sixth-starting Rodney Sanders to capture his eighth win of the season and a $20,101 payday. Sanders, Bobby Pierce, R.C. Whitwell, and Dereck Ramirez rounded out the Top-5 finishers in the 50-lap affair.

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October 19, 2019 - Dillard Attends Spooky 50 at Chatham Speedway
1Friday night Cade Dillard in action at Chatham Speedway (Chatham, Louisiana) where he was competing in the Super Late Model ranks for the Louisiana Late Model Racing Series sanctioned Spooky 50. After getting spun around early in the $5,000-to-win feature on Saturday night, Dillard battled from the tail of the field to place 13th.

October 5, 2019 - Top 5 Finish with Outlaws at 411 Motor Speedway
1Cade Dillard was one of 22 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series entries signed in at Lavonia Speedway (Lavonia, Georgia) on Thursday night kicking off the tripleheader. Coming in 6th in his heat, Dillard earned the 16th-starting position for the opening night feature. With $10,000 on the line, Cade was caught in a tangle on the opening lap that saw him retire early from the 50-lap affair.

On Friday evening at Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, South Carolina) for the inaugural Mike Duvall Memorial, Cade fell one spot short of a transfer position in his heat with a 7th place finish. Scoring a runner-up spot in his B-Main behind Brent Larson, Dillard locked into the 20th-starting position for the A-Main. Improving ten spots in the 50-lapper, Cade Dillard reeled in a 10th place finish.

1The following night at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tennessee) for the $10,000 top prize, Dillard posted a runner-up finish in his heat behind Cory Hedgecock which positioned him fifth on the starting grid for the finale. Gaining one spot, Cade Dillard notched a 4th place finish behind Brandon Overton, Darrell Lanigan, and Brandon Sheppard with Shane Clanton coming in 5th. (Michael Moats photo)

With one weekend remaining on the schedule, Dillard remains in seventh in the latest World of Outlaws point standings. For more information on the races, please visit