VINTON, Iowa – Drivers leading national point standings at the end of the month throughout the IMCA point season will be getting something to hang on the wall or add to their trophy case.
IMCA will recognize national point leaders in each division January through September, based on standings posted on the first Friday of the following month.
August recipients won’t be determined until standings as of the second Friday of September because of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s; September recipients will be determined by point standings before track bonuses are applied.
“Seventeen different drivers have been leading national point standings at the end of the month so far this season,” noted IMCA President Brett Root. “These awards give well-deserved recognition to early-season competitors.”
All awards will be mailed from the IMCA home office.
Chaz Baca is the only driver to lead national points in two months, topping January and March IMCA Modified standings. Hunter Marriott led the way in February.
Monty Ferriera and Austin Mundie paced IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car standings in February and March, respectively.
IMCA Sunoco Stock Car point leaders were Dennis Losing in January, Cody Center in February and Dean Abbey in March.
Scott Jeffery led IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock points in January. Allen Hakes was first in February, Bradley Stafford first in March.
Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMod point leaders were Mark Madrid in January, Jason George in February and Chase Alves in March.
Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod point leaders were Trevor Raney in February and Tyler Bragg in March.
Harold Clifton was the Mach-1 Sport Compact point leader in February while Julia Childs led the way for the 4-cylinder class in March.