Story By: TYLER ALTMEYER / BROCK ZEARFOSS RACING – JONESTOWN, PA – The “Jonestown Jet” Brock Zearfoss is certainly enjoying his first year as a full-time World of Outlaws competitor, and although only four starts remain on the 2021 schedule, there is still a lot to do.
The former Posse regular, who is currently ninth in the Series driver championship, is still on the hunt for his first-ever victory as a full-time Outlaw, which would ultimately pad a season stat sheet that already includes 21 top-ten finishes.
With less than a handful of starts remaining, what better time to achieve an Outlaw victory than during a two-day swing through America’s cowboy country.
Zearfoss, driver of the Brock Zearfoss Racig, Moose’s LZ Bar & Grill, Heavy Equipment, Loaders & Parts Inc., C&D Rigging Inc., Meckley’s Limestone Products, Berkebile Oil Company, Klick Lewis Cars, J.P. Adamsky Trucking, X-1 Race Cars, Simpson Racing Products, KX3 Racewear, BK Titanium, Blud Lubricants, AL Driveline, Bruce’s Speed Shop, No. 3Z sprint car, will continue his 2021 World of Outlaws campaign with visits to Lawton Speedway and Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Friday and Saturday, October 29-30. A $30,000 potential, the visit to Lawton, Oklahoma, will award $10,000, followed by the $20,000-to-win Texas Outlaw Nationals at Devil’s Bowl.
Frustrating in some respect, Zearfoss’ most recent World of Outlaws start resulted in a 20th-place score at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, on Friday, October 22. The Jonestown, Pennsylvania-native started ninth on the evening grid, but an eventual trip to the work area would negate all momentum earned.
“It can be frustrating, but it’s all a part of the process. This team never gives up and we’ll continue to push through until the end of the season,” Brock Zearfoss said, a former World of Outlaws winner but prior to his full-time season. “We’ve learned a lot this year and that’s probably the most important part. We have the potential and the equipment to be competitive and win races, but racing with the best in the world every night forces you to be even better than your potential. We’re going to head into these last few races with the ambition to win.”
Once Zearfoss concludes his two-day stint through Oklahoma and Texas, the former Port Royal Speedway champion will turn his truck east and head for The Tar Heel State, set to conclude his World of Outlaws Rookie campaign with the World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte on November 4-6.