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Logan Schuchart wins 2023 Eldora Million

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher 

Shark Racing driver Logan Schuchart has won the biggest race in Sprint Car history. He won the Million Dollar race on Thursday night at Eldora Raceway in Rossburg, Ohio. 

This is the third edition of the Eldora Million Dollar race. However, this is the richest purse as the winner took home $1.002 million. 

Shark Racing driver Logan Schuchart going around the track
Logan Schuchart going around the track (Photo by Logan Schuchart/Facebook and Emily Schwanke)

The Hanover, Pennsylvania native had a huge lead over his fellow World of Outlaws competitor Carson Macedo in the final laps in the unsanctioned race. The gap was nearly 4 seconds in the final laps.

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Schuchart, who has two World of Outlaws Sprint Car wins this season, picked up the biggest win of his career. His team will celebrate this win in a short period of time, as they have two more nights of racing at Eldora Speedway.

On Friday, the teams will compete in the World of Outlaws sanctioned Knight before the Kings Royal event. Then, on Saturday evening, the teams will conclude their stay in Ohio with the Kings Royal.

In the four-day stretch, the payout for these events at Eldora Speedway exceeds $2 million. The Kings Royal has a $175,000 to win feature.

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Macedo, who survived a very scary accident at Knoxville Raceway in June, will split the rest of the $1.4 million purse. The Lemoore, California native began the A-Main from the No. 2 spot.

Brad Sweet, the former World of Outlaws Champion, finished third. Macedo took home $100,000 and Sweet received $50,000, according to the payouts.

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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 Journalism field since August 2002. Since that time, Mr. Caruso has covered many marquee events. This includes 13 Heisman Trophy ceremonies, 2 Little World Series events, and one Army-Navy College Football game.
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