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Big Chief wins 2022 War in the Woods Big Tire

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Former Street Outlaws star Justin “Big Chief” Shearer has won his first race since departing the popular TV show. He won the Big Tire class on Sunday at War in the Woods 6.

According to a Facebook post, it appears like Shearer defeated an old pickup truck in the final round.

Former Street Outlaws star Justin "Big Chief" Shearer releasing the parachutes after winning the War in the Woods 6 at Brown County Raceway
Justin “Big Chief” Shearer releasing the parachutes after winning the War in the Woods 6 at Brown County Raceway (Photo by 1320Vide.com/Facebook)

“Congrats to @bigchiefokc for taking home the win at War in the Woods 6,” 1320Vide.com said in a post.

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As we documented in April, Shearer left the show because he did not agree with the rules for the taping of Street Outlaws America’s List. He departed Texas without appearing on the show.

He previously said that he would only return to the show for the 405 show. Their next filming session will be in July.

Shearer made a Facebook post about attending the event earlier in the day.

“Making licks at one of the coolest drag strips that are still left in America,” he said in the post. “Brown County Raceway [in] Nashville, Indiana. Finals coming up in a couple [of] hours! YeaaaBuddayyyyh”

Big Chief outlasted 15 other Big Tire drivers to win the event. He previously said that he would travel the country to participate in Big Tire events.

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Where will Big Chief compete next? We’re not sure. But we’re sure that it will be documented wherever he competes next.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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