Record number of champions honored at 2021 IMCA banquet

LINCOLN, Neb. (Nov. 27) – A record 700 champions and rookies of the year were honored as IMCA returned to Lincoln for the 2021 national awards banquet.

National champions from both the 2021 and 2020 seasons took their turn at the podium during the Saturday night celebration of dirt track success.

2021 national champions were Jeff Larson, IMCA Modified; Cory Dumpert, IMCA Sunoco Late Model; Justin Clark, IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car; Mike Nichols, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car; Dillon Raffurty, IMCA STARS Mod Lite; Kaden Reynolds, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock; Matthew Looft, Karl Kustoms North­ern SportMod; Matthew Day, Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod; and Caine Mahlberg, Mach-1 Sport Compact.

Raffurty is the first-ever Mod Lite national champion.

Dumpert and Nichols both defended titles won in 2020, when the banquet was canceled because of Covid. Also winning national crowns last season were Tom Berry Jr., Modified; Garrett Bard, Sprint Car; Cory Probst, Hobby Stock; Doug Smith, Northern SportMod; and Ramsey Meyer, Sport Compact.

Both a video tribute to the late Jason Smith and remarks by Speedway Motors President Clay Smith preceded the banquet and presentation of 2021 awards, held at the Corn­husker Marriott in downtown Lincoln.

Dallon Murty was the Junior National Champion and Kaytee DeVries earned Lady Ea­gle honors.

Regional Modified champions were Chaz Baca in the Shaw Race Cars Western; Larson in the Side Biter Chassis North Central; Dylan Sillman in the Jet Racing Central; William Gould in the Razor Chassis South Central; and A.J. Ward in the Dirt Works Eastern.

Nichols ruled the EQ Cylinder Heads Northern Region for Stock Cars while Aaron Spangler paced the EQ Cylinder Heads Southern Region.

Reynolds scored Big Daddy Race Cars Northern Region honors in the Hobby Stock division and Ja­son Duggins paced points in the Big Daddy Race Cars Southern Region.

National rookies of the year were Cody Thompson, Modified; Kyle Prauner, Late Model; Jarrett Rosencrance, Sprint Car; Cade Richards, Stock Car; Hunter Smith, Hobby Stock; Tyler Bannister, Northern SportMod; Kaleb Emerson, Southern SportMod; and Junior Kohl, Sport Compact.

Modified regional rookies of the year were Kaitlyn Sample in the West; Thompson in the North Central; Sillman in the Central; Steve Askew in the South Central; and Owen Barnhill in the East.

Richards paced Stock Car Northern Region rookie points while Larry Brigner led the way in the Southern Region.

Hobby Stock regional rookies of the year were Smith in the North and Haiden Reese in the South.

IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s champions were Cody Laney, Modified; Justin Kay, Late Model; Dallon Murty, Stock Car; Dillon Raffurty, Mod Lite; Mike Smith, Hobby Stock; Austen Becerra, Northern SportMod; and Mitchell Bielenberg, Sport Compact. RaceSaver Nationals champion Tyler Drueke was recognized as well.

Crew chief of the year award recipients were Shawn Kubatzke and Joel Plum, Modified; Cary Dumpert, Late Model; Brandon Clay and Lisa Clark, Sprint Car; Paul Zimmerman and Justin Gessert, Stock Car; David Raffurty, Mod Lite; Randy Olson, Hobby Stock; Brittney Looft, Northern SportMod; Dan Day, Southern SportMod; and Shannon Mahlberg, Sport Compact.

National Manufacturer’s Cup winners were GRT Race Cars in the Modifieds and B & B Racing Chassis in the Stock Cars.

GRT also paced Central and South Central Region standings. Harris Auto Racing won in the North Central and Eastern Regions, Razor Chassis in the Western Region.

B & B was best in the Northern Region for Stock Cars while DeVilbiss Racing Chassis led the way in the Southern.

Marketing sponsors recognized during the evening included 25-year award recipients Aero Race Wheels, Brodix, Gil­lund Enterprises/Justice Brothers and KSE Racing Products; 15-year award recipients Kirkey, Mitchell Machine and Performance Distributors; 10-year award recipients Carolina Racing Supply, MD3, Performance Engineering & Manufacturing, Precise Racing Products, Velocita and Wehrs Machine & Racing Products; and five-year award recipients FAST, Side Biter Chassis and Swift Springs.

Many banquet goers also attended the Friday night champions’ reception at the Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed.

Drivers winning IMCA Modified track and special series championships this season were:

Chris Abelson at Buena Vista Raceway; Mark Adams at Boyd Raceway; Keaton Atkinson at I-30 Speedway; Chaz Baca at Cocopah Speedway and in the Pitt Stop Motorsports Wild West Tour; Vance Ball at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway; Owen Barnhill at Northwest Florida Speedway and Southern Raceway; Steven Bowers at US 36 Raceway; Ethan Braaksma in the Frostbuster Series; and Wayne Brooks at Batesville Motor Speedway. 

Jarrett Brown at CJ Speedway; Cody Burke at Ocean Speedway; John Burrow Jr. in the Colorado Alliance Tour and in the Tri-State Tour; Craig Cassell at Sunset Speedway; Alec Childs at Battle Mountain Raceway and Winnemucca Regional Raceway; Rick Chorniak at Casper Speedway; Ty Clemens at Gallatin Speedway; Brandon Clough at Phillips County Raceway; and Brandon Conkwright at Salina Speedway. 

Troy Cordes at Benton County Speedway and Independence Motor Speedway; Sawyer Crigler at Legit Speedway Park; Timmy Current at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway; Shane DeMey at Crawford County Speedway, Park Jefferson Speedway and Shelby County Speedway; Travis Denning at Davenport Speedway; Mike Densberger at Eagle Raceway; Myron DeYoung at Crystal Motor Speedway; Ethan Dotson in the Winter Nationals; Ryan Doyon at I-37 Speedway; and P.J. Dyke at Barona Speedway. 

Dwight East at Summit Raceway; Zach Fettinger at Southern Oregon Speedway; Trevor Fitz-Gibbon at Ventura Raceway; Jerry Flippo at Bakersfield Speedway; Zach Frederick at Southwest Speedway; Jeremy Frenier at I-76 Speedway and Oberlin Speedway; Chris Gallien at 105 Motor Speedway; Josh Gilman at Stuart Speedway; and Mike Goodson at Southern Oklahoma Speedway. 

Daniel Gottschalk at RPM Speedway; William Gould at Grayson County Speedway; Kevin Green at Heart O’ Texas Speedway; Greg Gretz at 141 Speedway; Billy Griffin at Perris Auto Speedway; Travis Hagen at Nodak Speedway and Williston Basin Speedway; Tyler Hall at Red River Valley Speedway; Glen Hibbard at Kennedale Speedway Park; and Wyatt Howard at Desert Thunder Raceway.

Aaron Johnson at North Central Speedway and Princeton Speedway; Cole Jones at Lovelock Speedway; Quentin Kinzley at Dacotah Speedway; Eddie Kirchoff at Gillette Thunder Speedway; Kenneth Kostenbader at Lafayette County Speedway; Benji LaCrosse at The ‘Burg Speedway; Keith Jack Lamphere at The Hill Speedway; Jeff Larson at 300 Raceway, East Moline Speedway and Maquoketa Speedway; and Ronn Lauritzen at Marshalltown Speedway. 

Michael Long at Lee County Speedway; Trent Loverude at Arlington Raceway; Wade Lumsden at Rattlesnake Raceway; Tim McDonald at Diamond Park Speedway; Kyle Madden at 34 Raceway; Cody Malcom at Atomic Motor Raceway and Idaho Falls Raceway; Jared Maupin at Texana Raceway Park; Jake Mayden at Willamette Speedway; and Jeremy Meirhofer at Big Sky Speedway. 

Dan Menk at Redwood Speedway; Dustin Miller at Bethany Speedway; Joe Miller at Millard County Raceway; Scott Miller at Grays Harbor Raceway; Chris Mills at The New Raceway Park; Jeremy Mills at Hancock County Speedway; Matt Morris at Sherman County Speedway; Brent Nielsen at Black Hills Speedway; and Chris Nieman at American Valley Speedway. 

John Nord at Jamestown Speedway; Guy Norton at Canyon Speedway AZ; Zach Olson at Electric City Speedway; Colton Osborn at Dawson County Raceway; Michelle Paul at Petaluma Speedway; Jim Pettit at Antioch Speedway and Merced Speedway; Ryan Roath at Arizona Speedway; Nick Roberts at Boone Speedway; and Frank Russell at Mohave Valley Raceway. 

Johnny Saathoff at Beatrice Speedway; Kody Scholpp at Estevan Motor Speedway; Derek Scott Jr. at Cotton Bowl Speedway; Clay Sellard at Dodge City Raceway Park; Dylan Sherfick at Thomas County Speedway; Kelly Shryock at Kossuth County Speedway; Dylan Sillman at Junction Motor Speedway and U.S. 30 Speedway; Riley Simmons at Diamond Mountain Speedway (Calif.); and Brad Sites in the Close Racing Supply NY-Penn IMCA Modified Series. 

Jesse Skalicky at Buffalo River Speedway; Matt Szecsodi at Silver Bullet Speedway; Regan Tafoya at Aztec Speedway and Sweetwater Speedway; Bart Taylor at Sheridan Speedway; Collin Thirlby at Tri-City Motor Speedway; Jason Thomas at Salmon Valley Speedway; Cody Thompson at Murray County Speedway and Worthington Speedway; James Thompson at Springfield Raceway; and Jeremy Thornton at Central Arizona Speedway. 

And Curtis Towns at Cottage Grove Speedway; A.J. Ward at I-96 Speedway and Thunderbird Raceway; Tim Ward in the Corral Sales Dakota Classic Tour; Tyler Wilson at Outagamie Speedway; Collen Winebarger in the Wild West Modified Shootout; Fred Wojtek at Abilene Speedway; Jacob Wolsleben at Lincoln County Raceway; Austin Wonch at Winston Speedway; and Marcus Yarie at Shawano Speedway.

KMJ Performance State champions included Atkinson in Arkansas, Baca in Arizona, Jared Baird in Oklahoma, Barnhill in Florida, Tyson Blood in Washington, Burrow in Colorado, Childs in Nevada, Clemens in Montana, Brandon Durbin in Illinois, Gould in Texas, Johnson in Minnesota, Lamphere in Pennsylvania, Austin Long in Wyoming, Malcom in Idaho, Mayden in Oregon, Chris Mills in South Dakota, Pettit in California, Jason Reese in Utah, Cody Schroeder in Wisconsin, Kale Smith in Nebraska, Tafoya in New Mexico, James Thompson in Missouri, Dylan Thornton in Iowa, Marcus Tomlinson in North Dakota, A.J. Ward in Michigan and Tim Watts in Kansas.

Winners of IMCA Sunoco Late Model track titles were:

Travis Dickes at U.S. 30 Speedway; Logan Duffy at Independence Motor Speedway; Cory Dumpert at Boone County Raceway; Denton Duncan at Junction Motor Speedway; Tommy Elston at Lee County Speedway; Justin Kay at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway; Andy Nezworski at Davenport Speedway and East Moline Speedway; Kyle Prauner at Off Road Speedway; Matt Ryan at 300 Raceway and 34 Raceway; and Brandon Saltzman at Shelby County Speedway.

KMJ Performance State champions were Duffy in Iowa, Dumpert in Nebraska and Nezworski in Illinois.

IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car track and series champions included:

Jeremy Allen at Lawton Speedway; Dusty Ballenger at Huset’s Speedway; Garrett Bard in the Pennsylvania Sprint Series; Justin Clark in the Schaeffer’s Oil Indiana RaceSaver Sprint Series and the Ohio Thunder Sprint Series; Stephen Cousins in the Allegheny Sprint Tour; Jason Danley at Eagle Raceway; Jeff Emerson in the Texas Sprint Series; and Lee Goos Jr. at I-90 Speedway. 

Jake Greenwood at Crawford County Speedway; Ty Hanten at Red River Valley Speedway; Dean Hathman at Lake Ozark Speedway; Joe Bob Lee in the Oil Capital Racing Series; Mike Leraas in the Virginia Sprint Series; Scott Lutz in the Laurel Highlands Sprint Series; Austin Mundie at Devil’s Bowl Speedway; and Kevin Nagy in the Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series. 

And Daniel Nekolite at Stuart Raceway and Wagner Speedway; Jeff Oliver in the Carolina Sprint Tour; Kyle Rasmussen in the Western RaceSaver Sprint Series; Trey Schmidt in the Southern United Sprints; Trevor Serbus at Arlington Raceway and in the Minnesota IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Series; Marcus Thomas at Boyd Raceway; Taylor Velasquez at Dodge City Raceway Park; and Ty Williams in the United Rebel Sprint Series.

Drivers earning KMJ Performance State crowns were Bard in Pennsylvania, Zach Blurton in Kansas, Clark in Ohio, Hanten in North Dakota, Jared Jansen in South Dakota, Lee in Oklahoma, Leraas in Virginia, Joe Miller in Iowa, Nagy in New Jersey, Nekolite in Nebraska, Oliver in North Carolina and in South Carolina, Kenny Potter in Missouri, Rasmussen in California, Serbus in Minnesota, Thomas in Texas and Jeff Wimmenauer in Indiana.

Track and special series champions in the IMCA Sunoco Stock Car division included:

Blake Adams in the Winter Nationals; Renn Bane at Merced Speedway; Travis Barker at Park Jefferson Speedway and The New Raceway Park; Jason Batt at Heart O’ Texas Speedway; Adam Bell at CJ Speedway; Joe Bellm at Phillips County Raceway and in the Colorado Alliance Tour; and Chase Berkeley in the Pitt Stop Motorsports Wild West Tour. 

Joren Boyce at McLean County Speedway; Allen Bradley at Aztec Speedway; Austin Brauner at Boone County Raceway; Jeremy Brookshire at Sunset Speedway; Chad Bruns at Off Road Speedway; Jake Bruns at Redwood Speedway; Blake Clark at Boyd Raceway; and Kyle Clough in the Tri-State Tour. 

Brandon Conkwright at Junction Motor Speedway; Jason Cook at Lee County Speedway; Marie Curtis at Battle Mountain Raceway, Summit Raceway and Winnemucca Regional Raceway; Brandon Czarapata at Outagamie Speedway; Mikey Dancer at Lincoln County Raceway; Todd Decker at Southern Oklahoma Speedway; and Travis Dutra at Antioch Speedway. 

Dalton Flory at Nodak Speedway and Williston Basin Speedway; Jeremy Frenier at I-76 Speedway; Leslie Gill at Cocopah Speedway; Tim Gonska at North Central Speedway; Markiss Harcrow at Cotton Bowl Speedway; Brint Hartwick at Batesville Motor Speedway; Todd Heinrich at Norman County Raceway; and Ed Henderson at Sweetwater Speedway. 

Gene Henrie at Millard County Raceway; Daniel Holt at Salina Speedway; Steven Johnson at Bakersfield Speedway; Dillion Lawrence at Desert Thunder Raceway; Patrick Linn at I-30 Speedway; Justin Luinenburg at Murray County Speedway and Worthington Speedway; and Dan Mackenthun at Arlington Raceway and Princeton Speedway. 

Zachary Madrid at Arizona Speedway and in the Corral Sale Dakota Classic Tour; Greg Mann at Estevan Motor Speedway; Jerry Miles at Maquoketa Speedway; Craig Moss at Kennedale Speedway Park; David Murray Jr. at Oberlin Speedway; Dallon Murty in the Frostbuster; and Mike Nichols at Crawford County Raceway and Dawson County Raceway. 

John Oliver Jr. at 34 Raceway; Tyler Pickett at Marshalltown Speedway; Mike Puckett at Honor Speedway; Phil Reid at El Paso County Raceway; Cade Richards at Beatrice Speedway and Eagle Raceway; Travis Robertson at Red River Valley Speedway; Jason Rogers at Thomas County Speedway and Dodge City Raceway Park; and Mich Ross at Bethany Speedway and US 36 Raceway. 

Buck Schafroth at Stuart Speedway; Jay Schmidt at Benton County Speedway; Tom Schmitt at Independence Motor Speedway; Kelly Shryock at Kossuth County Speedway; David Smith at Buena Vista Raceway; Donavon Smith at Boone Speedway; Roy Smith Jr. at Idaho Falls Raceway; and Devin Snellenberger at 141 Speedway. 

Rod Snellenberger at The ‘Burg Speedway; Aaron Spangler at Fairgrounds Speedway; Johnny Spaw at 300 Raceway; Mitch Stankowski at Tomahawk Speedway; Troy Swearingen at Hancock County Speedway; Tyson Tipsword at Concordia High Banks; Tyler Tipton at Sherman County Speedway; and Travis Ulmer at Southwest Speedway. 

And Dusty Van Horn at Shelby County Speedway; Travis Van Straten at Shawano Speedway; Billy Wade at Abilene Speedway; Barrett Wagoner at RPM Speedway; Ty Warner at Canyon Speedway AZ; Brady Wenzlaff at Wagner Speedway; Cameron Wilkinson at U.S. 30 Speedway; and Allen Zimmerman at Stuart Raceway.

Winners of KMJ Performance State championships were Bane in California, Batt in Texas, Bellm in Colorado, Bradley in New Mexico, Brookshire in Oregon, Curtis in Nevada, Decker in Oklahoma, Todd Gereau in South Dakota, Adam Goff in North Dakota, Henderson in Wyoming, Lawrence in Utah, Mackenthun in Minnesota, Murty in Iowa, Ondre Rexford in Kansas, Richards in Nebraska, Ross in Missouri, Roy Smith Jr. in Idaho, Rod Snellenberger in Wisconsin, Edwin Wells in Arkansas and D.J. Werkmeister in Arizona.

IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock track and series champions included: 

Tyler Barribo at Junction Motor Speedway; Pete Beaumont at Concordia High Banks; Brady Bencken at RPM Speedway and Thomas County Speedway, and in the Tri-State Tour; Matt Bennett at Lafayette County Speedway; Solomon Bennett in the Frostbuster; Andrew Bertsch at Nodak Speedway; and Brandon Bombardo at North Central Speedway and Princeton Speedway. 

Tanner Clough at Lincoln County Raceway and Phillips County Raceway; Riese Dignan at Williston Basin Speedway; Jordan Dobrovolny at Honor Speedway; Jimmy Doescher at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway; Jason Duggins at Fairgrounds Speedway; Tanner Engen at Red River Valley Speedway; and Ryan Fajman at Boone County Raceway. 

Tony Fetterman at Wagner Speedway; Joren Fisher at Benton County Speedway; Dylan Fitzpatrick at Park Jefferson Speedway; John Garrigan Jr. at Black Hills Speedway and Gillette Thunder Speedway; Todd Gettel at Norman County Raceway; Zach Hemmingsen at Shelby County Speedway; and Toby Ives at Stuart Raceway. 

David Miller at The New Raceway Park; Jeff Miller at Desert Thunder Raceway; Brandon Nielsen at Hancock County Speedway; Zach Olmstead at Dawson County Raceway and Oberlin Speedway; Matt Olson at Arlington Raceway and Redwood Speedway, and in Winter Nationals; Brad Orvedal at Buffalo River Speedway; and Adam Parker at East Moline Speedway. 

Andrew Pearce at Millard County Raceway and at Wild Bill’s Raceway; Cory Probst at Murray County Speedway; Kaden Reynolds at Independence Motor Speedway and Marshalltown Speedway; Daniel Romero at Canyon Speedway AZ; Nicholas Ronnebaum at Salina Speedway; Jason Ruby at McLean County Speedway; and Landon Runge at Estevan Motor Speedway. 

Kyler Satran at Thunder Mountain Speedway; Reagan Sellard at Dodge City Raceway Park; Josh Sidles at Kossuth County Speedway; Hunter Smith at El Paso County Raceway and I-76 Speedway and in the Colorado Alliance Tour; Mike Smith at Buena Vista Raceway; Eric Stanton at Boone Speedway and Stuart Speedway; and Alec Stapleton at Crawford County Speedway. 

Brendon Stigge at Beatrice Speedway; Daniel Strandberg at Worthington Speedway; Dave Taylor at Casper Speedway; Scott Tenney at Cocopah Speedway; Jeff Ware at Eagle Raceway and U.S. 30 Speedway; Daniel Wauters at CJ Speedway and Maquoketa Speedway; Jason Wilkinson at Off Road Speedway; and Cody Williams at Sherman County Speedway.

KMJ Performance State champions were Matt Bennett in Wisconsin, Solomon Bennett in Iowa, Chandler Dodge in Arizona, Fetterman in South Dakota, Dino Gronning in Wyoming, Parker in Illinois, Probst in Minnesota, Haiden Reese in Utah, Satran in North Dakota, Hunter Smith in Colorado, Ware in Nebraska and Williams in Kansas.

Drivers winning track and series titles in the first season of sanctioning of the STARS Mod Lites were:

Jeff Asher at Doe Run Raceway; Dalton Bell at Dodge City Raceway Park; Collin Bender at Canyon Speedway AZ and Cocopah Speedway; J.D. Brown at Ventura Raceway; Sean Conyers at Arizona Speedway and at Fairgrounds Speedway; Dylan Dunn at East Bay Raceway Park; and Anthony Guss at East Moline Speedway. 

Larry Hubbard Jr. at Hendry County Motorsports Park; Justin Kinderknecht at 81 Speedway and Salina Speedway; Alex Loveless at Concordia High Banks; Joshua May at Boone Speedway, Marshalltown Speedway and Stuart Speedway; Scott Naggatz at Junction Motor Speedway; Donnie Peterson at Airport Raceway; and Dillon Raffurty at Valley Speedway. 

Jace Reid at Diamond Park Speedway; Dustin Rude at Texana Raceway Park; Tim Varney at Bakersfield Speedway; Willie Veach Jr. at 105 Motor Speedway; Bryce Vowan in the Mod Lites of Arkansas; Justin Williams at Brewerton Speedway; and Jeromy Wilson at I-30 Speedway.

And KMJ Performance State champions included Bender in Arizona, Conyers in Colorado, Dunn in Florida, Dawson Fisher in Texas, Loveless in Kansas, May in Iowa, Naggatz in Nebraska, Raffurty in Missouri, Reid in Arkansas, Varney in California, Justin Williams in New York and Michael Zemo in Illinois.

Karl Kustoms Northern SportMod track and series champions were:

Tod Alonzo at Millard County Raceway; Logan Anderson at CJ Speedway; Tyler Bannister at Bakersfield Speedway and Merced Speedway; Troy Bauer at 300 Raceway; Troy Bayne at Lincoln County Raceway; Austen Becerra at Lee County Speedway; Brady Bjella at Williston Basin Speedway; and Brian Brown at Barona Speedway. 

Rudy Brunkhorst at Stuart Raceway; Travis Burger at Salina Speedway; Scott Busch at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway; Brayton Carter at Stuart Speedway; Ben Chapman at Davenport Speedway; Dan Charles at Valley Speedway; Dustin Comer at Cottage Grove Speedway; and Danny Concelman at El Paso County Raceway, Honor Speedway and Phillips County Raceway, and in the Colorado Alliance Tour and the Tri-State Tour. 

Todd Cooper at Marysville Raceway; Clay Erickson at Canyon Speedway AZ; Alec Fett at Hancock County Speedway; Jarett Franzen at East Moline Speedway and Maquoketa Speedway; Shawn Harker at Eagle Raceway; Chris Hatch at Atomic Motor Raceway and Idaho Falls Raceway; Kyle Hoffman at Lafayette County Speedway; and Lee Horky at Beatrice Speedway. 

Scott Jacobson at Buffalo River Speedway and Red River Valley Speedway; James Jenkins at Worthington Speedway; Buddy Jones at Crawford County Speedway; Jacob Jordan at Princeton Speedway; Joey Klemish at Aztec Speedway; Johnathon Logue at Boone Speedway; Richard Longacre at Diamond Mountain Speedway (Calif): and Matthew Looft at Arlington Raceway, Kossuth County Speedway and Murray County Speedway. 

Jeff Maasch at Redwood Speedway; Izac Mallicoat in the Frostbuster; Darren Medler at Nodak Speedway; Cameron Meyer at Off Road Speedway; Randy Miller at Ocean Speedway; Rusty Montagne at The New Raceway Park; Brian Morris at Sherman County Speedway; and Thomas Nelson at I-76 Speedway. 

Keegan Nordquist at Park Jefferson Speedway; Brendyn Nordyke at Dodge City Raceway Park; Kyle Olson at Independence Motor Speedway; Tony Olson at Benton County Speedway; Bo Partain at Arizona Speedway and Central Arizona Speedway; Ryan Peery at Siskiyou Golden Speedway; David Pitt at Sweetwater Speedway and in the Pitt Stop Wild West Tour; and Trevor Points at Willamette Speedway. 

Norm Reitan at Thunder Mountain Speedway; Zachary Riehl at Sunset Speedway; Tyler Rodgers at American Valley Speedway; James Roebuck at Boone County Raceway and U.S. 30 Speedway; Matt Ruf at Desert Thunder Raceway; Leevi Runge at Estevan Motor Speedway; Tim Rupp at Buena Vista Raceway; and Fred Ryland at Antioch Speedway and at Winter Nationals. 

Matt Sanders at Southern Oregon Speedway; Jayden Schmidt at Shawano Speedway and ‘The Burg Speedway; Ryan Schmidt at Outagamie Speedway; Logan Schmitz at McLean County Speedway; Austin Schrage at Marshalltown Speedway; Dudley Schroeder Jr. at Wagner Speedway; Michael Sherwood at Concordia High Banks; and David Siercks at North Central Speedway. 

Camron Spangler at Fairgrounds Speedway; Tim Stallbaumer at Bethany Speedway; Justin Svoboda at Junction Motor Speedway; Robbie Thome at Dawson County Raceway; Chris Toth at Cocopah Speedway; Adam Vrbka at US 36 Raceway; Joe Wabsis at Mohave Valley Raceway; and Andy Wagner at Norman County Raceway. 

Blaine Walt at RPB Speedway and Thomas County Speedway; Chandler Wanner at Southwest Speedway; Tyler Watts at Oberlin Speedway; Justin Wright at Diamond Mountain Speedway (Utah); Sean Wyett at 34 Raceway; Kevin Zeitner at Shelby County Speedway; and Jacob Zellner at 141 Speedway.

KMJ Performance State champions were: Austin Charles in Missouri, Trevor Clymens in California, Comer in Oregon, Concelman in Colorado, Franzen in Illinois, Hatch in Idaho, Jordan in Minnesota, Klemish in New Mexico, Medler in North Dakota, Montagne in South Dakota, Partain in Arizona, Pitt in Wyoming, Jayden Schmidt in Wisconsin, Brandon Snow in Utah, Tyler Soppe in Iowa, Luke Stallbaumer in Kansas, Svoboda in Nebraska and Toth in Nevada.

Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod track champions included:

Jerrett Bransom at Boyd Raceway and Kennedale Speedway Park; Matthew Day at Southern Oklahoma Speedway; G.W. Egbert IV at Heart O’ Texas Speedway; James Hanusch at Cotton Bowl Speedway; Tim Ihnen at Fairgrounds Speedway; Gary Underwood at Abilene Speedway; and Rodney White at Grayson County Speedway.

KMJ Performance State champions were Bransom in Texas, Day in Oklahoma and Ihnen in Colorado.

Mach-1 Sport Compact track and series champions included:

Drake Bohlmeyer at Beatrice Speedway; Brayden Brookshire at Sunset Speedway; Conner Brown at The New Raceway Park and Wagner Speedway; Nate Coompan at Murray County Speedway and Redwood Speedway; Kayla Curtis at Winnemucca Regional Raceway; Enzo Deckers at Cocopah Speedway; and Kaytee DeVries at Buena Vista Raceway, Kossuth County Speedway and Worthington Speedway. 

Rex Eckley at Willamette Speedway; Tony Everard at Outagamie Speedway; Kyle Filyaw at Lincoln County Raceway; Cristian Grady at Benton County Speedway and CJ Speedway; Waylon Hale at Aztec Speedway and Fairgrounds Speedway; Keagan Haralson at Abilene Speedway; Mike Hedges in the Colorado Alliance Tour and in the Tri-State Tour; and Brayden Hilzer at Phillips County Raceway. 

Michael Houchin at Honor Speedway; David Hunt at Barona Speedway; Dave Kappel at Salina Speedway; Junior Kohl at North Central Speedway and Princeton Speedway; Bradley Martin at Cottage Grove Speedway; Joel Niebeling at Big Sky Speedway; Lucas Parsons at Hancock County Speedway; and Caine Mahlberg at Crawford County Speedway and Shelby County Speedway. 

Madison Reed at RPM Speedway; Brandon Reu at Lee County Speedway; Steve Riojas at Boyd Raceway and Kennedale Speedway Park; Marschall Robinson at Arlington Raceway; Kolby Sabin at Marshalltown Speedway and Stuart Speedway; Justin Schmidt at Dawson County Raceway; Jacob Schwab at Junction Motor Speedway; and Robert Sturms at 34 Raceway. 

Tanner Taylor at I-76 Speedway; Jason Teel at Concordia High Banks; Stan Thompson at Dacotah Speedway; Ted Trumbo at Oberlin Speedway, Sherman County Speedway and Thomas County Speedway; Bill Vint Jr. at Ventura Raceway; Aiden Wagner at Nodak Speedway and Thunder Mountain Speedway; Josh Werkmeister at Canyon Speedway AZ: and Jacob Worthington at El Paso County Raceway.

And KMJ Performance State champions were Brown in South Dakota, Curtis in Nevada, R.J. Esqueda in Minnesota, Everard in Wisconsin, Tyler Fiebelkorn in Iowa, Hale in New Mexico, Houchin in Colorado, Hunt in California, Martin in Oregon, Niebeling in Montana, Reed in Kansas, Riojas in Texas, Schwab in Nebraska, Wagner in North Dakota and Werkmeister in Arizona.