Erb Jr, Heather Lyne Turn Hard Work Into First WoO Title

CONCORD, N.C. — Dennis Erb Jr. added the most significant piece to his dirt Late Model resume in 2022—a World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Model Series championship. It’s something Erb said makes the accomplishment sweeter, knowing years of hard work have paid off. “We race against high-dollar teams, and I’ve never steered away from it,” Erb said. “It’s like I said earlier in the year, I had a focus on going out and doing it this year,” Erb said. One of the things that helped Erb and Lyne on the path to the championship was changing their approach. “It was a big relief, knowing that we finally got it locked up,” Erb said. But for Erb and Lyne, it’s a unique path they can cherish for the rest of their lives. “We’ve set the bar, and now we’ve got to clear it,” Lyne said.

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