IMCA honors best of the best at 2022 national awards banquet

2022 national champions honored during the IMCA awards banquet and pictured with Clay Smith of Speedway Motors and IMCA President Brett Root, included front from left Dillon Richards, Hobby Stock; Mike Nichols, Stock Car; and Rodney White, Southern SportMod. Second row, Nate Coopman, Sport Compact; Jordan Grabouski, Modified; and Justin Clark, RaceSaver Sprint Car. And back row, Cory Dumpert, Late Model; Dillon Raffurty, STARS Mod Lite; and Matthew Looft, Northern SportMod. (Photo by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography)

LINCOLN, Neb. (Nov. 26, 2022) – The best of the best were honored Saturday night as IMCA returned to Lincoln for the 2022 national awards banquet.

Nearly 600 people attended the event, held at the Cornhusker Marriott. National champions honored during the evening were Jordan Grabouski, Friesen Performance Modified; Cory Dumpert, IMCA Sunoco Late Model; Justin Clark, IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car; Mike Nichols, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car; Dillon Richards, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock; Rodney White, Smiley’s Racing Products IMCA Southern SportMod; Matthew Looft, Friesen Performance IMCA Northern SportMod; Dillon Raffurty, IMCA STARS Mod Lite; and Nate Coopman, Mach-1 IMCA Sport Compact. 

The Junior National Champion was Mike Smith and Lady Eagle was Shelby Alves.

Modified regional champions were Ty Clemens in the Shaw Race Cars Western; William Gould in the GRT Race Cars South Central; Grabouski in the Jet Racing Central; Travis Denning in the Razor Chassis North Central; and A.J. Ward in the Dirt Works Eastern.

Stock Car regional kings were Nichols in the EQ Cylinder Heads Northern and Blake Clark in the EQ Cylinder Heads Southern.

And Hobby Stock Big Daddy Race Cars regional champions were Richards in the North and Jason Duggins in the South.

National rookies of the year were Matthew Day, Modified; Dustin Schram, Late Model; Koby Werkmeister, Sprint Car; Kaden Reynolds, Stock Car; C.J. Thorne, Hobby Stock; Trevor Cogburn, Southern SportMod; William Kirk, Northern SportMod; Darrick Knutsen, Mod Lite; and Miley JoAnn Goldwich-Rhames, Sport Compact.

Modified regional rookies of the year included Katelynn Robertson, Western; Day in the South Central; Noah Burlison, Central; Austen Becerra, North Central; and Jacob Poel, Eastern.

Top rookies in the Stock Car regions were Reynolds in the Northern and Cameron Cook in the Southern.

Hobby Stock regional rookies of the year were Thorne in the South and Randy Randall in the North.

Champions at the 40th annual IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s which brought a record 1,000 cars to Boone Speedway in September, were Thomas Berry, Modified; Cory Dumpert, Late Model; Dallon Murty, Stock Car; Zach Olmstead, Hobby Stock; Matthew Looft, Northern SportMod; Dillon Raffurty, Mod Lite; and Jake Benischek, Sport Compact.

Jake Bubak was champion of the RaceSaver Nationals.

Greg Nickel represented Speedway Motors in his pre-banquet address. Fast Shafts was recognized with a 40-year sponsorship plaque during the evening.

Winning Modified track titles were Chaz Baca at Cocopah Speedway, Owen Barnhill at NW Florida Speedway and Southern Raceway, Jordan Bartz at Shawano Speedway, Kenny Baumann at Big Sky Speedway, Austen Becerra at 34 Raceway and Lee County Speedway, Chad Bennett at Silver Bullet Speedway, Cole Bents at Murray County Speedway, Joe Blackwell at American Valley Speedway, Tyson Blood at Grays Harbor Raceway, Steven Bowers Jr. at US 36 Raceway, Brody Bowser at Winston Speedway and Shannon Brack at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway.

Jarrett Brown at CJ Speedway, Ray Butt at Atomic Motor Raceway, Roy Capps at Grayson County Speedway, Craig Cassell at Sunset Speedway, Alec Childs at Summit Raceway and Winnemucca Regional Raceway, Rick Chorniak at Casper Speedway, Ty Clemens at Gallatin Speedway, Jimmy Cole at The New Raceway Park, Troy Cordes at Benton County Speedway and Independence Motor Speedway, Paul Culp at Willamette Speedway and Matthew Day at Heart O’ Texas Speedway and Southern Oklahoma Speedway.

Nick DeCarlo at Antioch Speedway, Travis Denning at East Moline Speedway and Maquoketa Speedway, Myron DeYoung at Crystal Motor Speedway, James Cole Dick at Barona Speedway, Jake Donnelly at Idaho Falls Raceway, Ryan Doyon at I-37 Speedway, Drake Findley at Central Arkansas Motor Speedway, Trevor Fitz-Gibbon at Ventura Raceway, Jerry Flippo at Bakersfield Speedway, Zach Frederick at Southwest Speedway and Jed Freiburger at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway and Lafayette County Speedway. 

Jeremy Frenier at I-76 Speedway, Scott Gartner at Jamestown Speedway, Josh Gilman at Stuart Speedway, William Gould at Boyd Raceway and Kennedale Speedway Park, Jordan Grabouski at Beatrice Speedway and Eagle Raceway, Greg Gustus at Thomas County Speedway, Travis Hagen at Williston Basin Speedway, Jacob Hobscheidt at Shelby County Speedway, Dalton Houghton at Mohave Valley Raceway, Wyatt Howard at Desert Thunder Raceway and Jeffrey Hudson at Southern Oregon Speedway.

Aaron Johnson at North Central Speedway, Keith Lamphere at The Hill Speedway, Austin Long at Gillette Thunder Speedway, Trent Loverude at Arlington Raceway, Wade Lumsden at Rattlesnake Raceway, Jake McBirnie at Boone Speedway, Jacob McConnell at Skyline Raceway Motorsports Park, Brian Machicek at Texana Raceway Park, Duane Manning at Sheridan Speedway, Eric Mass at Black Hills Speedway, Jake Mayden at Cottage Grove Speedway, Jeremy Mills at Hancock County Speedway and Bob Moore at Park Jefferson Speedway.

Chris Morris at Cotton Bowl Speedway, Kendall Morrison at Tri-City Speedway, Dallon Murty at Marshalltown Speedway, Jake Nightingale at Salina Speedway, Colton Osborn at Dawson County Raceway, Jacob Pace at Central Arizona Speedway, Chris Palsrok at Worthington Speedway, Travis Panko at Salmon Valley Speedway, Jim Pettit at Ocean Speedway and Petaluma Speedway, Ryan Porter at Merced Speedway, Joey Price at Electric City Speedway and Ryan Putnam at Princeton Speedway.

Jason Reese at Millard County Raceway, Chris Remetes at Sherman County Speedway, Ryan Roath at Canyon Speedway AZ, Kyle Rohleder at RPM Speedway, Anthony Roth at U.S. 30 Speedway, Cory Sample at Battle Mountain Stock Car Raceway, Jayden Schmidt at Outagamie Speedway, Kody Scholpp at Estevan Motor Speedway, Cody Schroeder at 141 Speedway, Jamie Schulz at Buffalo River Speedway, Clay Sellard at Dodge City Raceway Park and Alan Sharpensteen at Route 66 Motor Speedway. 

Dave Shipley at Red River Valley Speedway, Kelly Shryock at Kossuth County Speedway, Jared Siefert at The ‘Burg Speedway, Riley Simmons at Diamond Mountain Speedway in California, Brett Smith at Phillips County Raceway, Kevin Smith at Diamond Mountain Speedway in Utah, Rick Smith at Skagit Speedway, Cameron Starry at South Texas Race Ranch, Ayden Steffens at Lincoln County Raceway, Caleb Stone at Cardinal Motor Speedway and Shawn Strand at Dacotah Speedway. 

And Jim Thies at Crawford County Speedway, James Thompson at Springfield Raceway, Randy Thornell at Perris Auto Speedway, Dustin Tiger at Legit Speedway Park, Marcus Tomlinson at Nodak Speedway, A.J. Ward at I-96 Speedway and Thunderbird Raceway, Matt Werner at Davenport Speedway, Ashton Wilkey at Batesville Motor Speedway, Fred Wojtek at Abilene Speedway, Tyrone Yazzie at Fairgrounds Speedway and Braxton Yeager at Sweetwater Speedway.

Special series champions were Thomas Berry in the Corral Sales Dakota Classic Tour, Brian Cross in the Colorado Alliance Tour, Ethan Dotson at Winter Nationals, Don Geist in the Tri-State Tour, Bricen James in the Wild West Shootout, Cody Laney in the Central California Clash, Rodney Morgan in the Close Racing Supply NY-Penn Series presented by Precision Hydraulic & Oil and Jacob Pirkle in the All Star Shootout.

And state champions included Drake Findley in Arkansas, Jim Pettit in California, Brian Cross in Colorado, Owen Barnhill in Florida, Jake Donnelly in Idaho, Travis Denning in Illinois, Jeremy Mills in Iowa, Jake Nightingale in Kansas, A.J. Ward in Michigan, Chad Porter in Minnesota, Jaren Martin in Missouri, Cory Craver in Montana, Jordan Grabouski in Nebraska, Alec Childs in Nevada, Caleb Stone in New Mexico, Tyler Stoddard in New York, Marcus Tomlinson in North Dakota, Matthew Day in Oklahoma, Paul Culp in Oregon, Keith Lamphere in Pennsylvania, Jimmy Cole in South Dakota, William Gould in Texas, Mickey Stubbings in Utah, Tyson Blood in Washington, Jayden Schmidt in Wisconsin and Duane Manning in Wyoming.

Late Model track champions were Travis Dickes at U.S. 30 Speedway, Cory Dumpert at Off Road Speedway, Tommy Elston at Lee County Speedway, Jeff Guengerich at 34 Raceway, Sean Johnson at Independence Motor Speedway, Luke Merfeld at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway, Andy Nezworski at Davenport Speedway, Chase Osborne at Boone County Raceway, Jacob Waterman at East Moline Speedway and Zach Zeitner at Shelby County Speedway.

State champions included Jacob Waterman in Illinois, Colton Leal in Iowa and Cory Dumpert in Nebraska. 

Sprint Car track and special series champions were Jeremy Allen at Lawton Speedway, Elliott Amdahl at Wagner Speedway, Garrett Bard in the Pennsylvania Sprint Series, Justin Clark in the Ohio Thunder Sprint Car Series, Tylor Cochran in the Laurel Highlands Sprint Series, Joey Danley at Eagle Raceway, Terry Easum in the Oil Capital Racing Series, Martin Edwards at Devil’s Bowl Speedway and Jacob Gomola in the Allegheny Sprint Tour.

Ty Hanten at Norman County Raceway and Red River Valley Speedway, Jacob Harris with the Southern United Sprints, Jerald Harris in the Virginia Sprint Series, Mike Houseman at Crawford County Speedway, Jacob Hughes at Huset’s Speedway, Jeremy Huish in the United Rebel Sprint Series, Zane Lawrence in the Texas Sprint Series, Daniel Nekolite at Stuart Raceway and Kyle Rasmussen in the Western RaceSaver Sprint Series.

And Steven Richardson at Dodge City Raceway Park, Jody Rosenboom at Jackson Motorplex, Jay Russell at US 36 Raceway, Cody Scherb at Boyd Raceway, Buddy Schweibinz in the Mid-Atlantic Sprint Series, Trevor Serbus at Arlington Raceway, Richard Wisdo in the Carolina Sprint Tour, John Paynter Jr. in the Schaeffer’s Oil Indiana RaceSaver Sprint Series and Koby Werkmeister at I-90 Speedway.

State champions are Kyle Rasmussen in California, John Paynter Jr. in Indiana, Mike Houseman in Iowa, Steven Richardson in Kansas, Johnny Scarborough in Maryland, Trevor Serbus in Minnesota, Kenneth Potter in Missouri, Daniel Nekolite in Nebraska, Buddy Schweibinz in New Jersey, Ty Hanten in North Dakota, Justin Clark in Ohio, Joe Bob Lee in Oklahoma, Ken Duke in Pennsylvania, Jeffrey Oliver in South Carolina, Koby Werkmeister in South Dakota, Marcus Thomas in Texas and Bill Rice in Virginia.

Track champions in The Class Too Tough To Tame included Chaz Baca at Cocopah Speedway, Jason Batt at Cotton Bowl Speedway, Mikki Beuchat at Rattlesnake Raceway, Brian Blessington at Crawford County Speedway, Allen Bradley at Aztec Speedway, David Brandies at Lee County Speedway, Jerrett Bransom at Kennedale Speedway Park, Tathan Burkhart at Dodge City Raceway Park and RPM Speedway, and Blake Clark at Boyd Raceway,

Kyle Clough at Lincoln County Raceway and Phillips County Raceway, Brandon Conkwright at Salina Speedway, Josh Daniels at Boone Speedway, Lance Dixon at Concordia Raceway, Travis Dutra at Antioch Speedway, Randy Eacker at Honor Speedway, Race Fisher at Fairgrounds Speedway, Brian Fitzgibbons at Barona Speedway, Kyle Frederick at Outagamie Speedway and The ‘Burg Speedway, and Jeremy Frenier at I-76 Speedway, 

Noah Geer at Mohave Valley Raceway, Todd Gereau at The New Raceway Park, Tim Gonska at North Central Speedway, Jordan Grabouski at Beatrice Speedway and Eagle Raceway, Mike Hagen at Williston Basin Speedway, Michael Hale at Sweetwater Speedway, Brad Hartwick at Batesville Motor Speedway, Miciah Hidlebaugh at Stuart Speedway, Ray Hoedebeck at Southern Oklahoma Speedway, Chris Hortness at Estevan Motor Speedway, and Michael Jaennette at Marshalltown Speedway. 

Steven Johnson at Bakersfield Speedway and Merced Speedway, Brandon Kelly at Perris Auto Speedway, Terry Kennemore at Diamond Mountain Speedway in California, Kirk Kinsley at CJ Speedway, Mark Krieger at Stuart Raceway, Chad Krogmeier at 34 Raceway, K.C. Kubichek at Winnemucca Regional Raceway, Jeffrey Larson at Murray County Speedway, Luke Lemmens at 141 Speedway, and Patrick Linn at I-30 Speedway,

Justin Luinenburg at Worthington Speedway, Christopher McCurdy Jr. ay Canyon Speedway AZ; Dan Mackenthun at Arlington Raceway and Princeton Speedway, Cole Mather at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway and Independence Motor Speedway, Jack Miles at Abilene Speedway, Dustin Mooney at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, Sid Mosher at Park Jefferson Speedway, Richard Nelson at Maquoketa Speedway, Mike Nichols at Shelby County Speedway and US 36 Raceway, and Trent Nolan at Shawano Speedway,

Graig Osborne at Willamette Speedway, Brad Ostler at Millard County Raceway, Shawn Parish at Desert Thunder Raceway, Paul Peters at Grayson County Speedway, Kaden Reynolds at Benton County Speedway, Will Scheresky at McLean County Speedway and Nodak Speedway, Jerry Schram at Sunset Speedway, Kelly Shryock at Kossuth County Speedway, Devin Smith at Buena Vista Raceway, Arlen Stewart at Central Arkansas Motor Speedway, and Caleb Stone at Cardinal Motor Speedway.

Tyler Tipton at Thomas County Speedway, Jeff Tubbs at Sherman County Speedway, Heath Tulp at Hancock County Speedway, Travis Ulmer at Southwest Speedway, Rob VanMil at Norman County Raceway and Red River Valley Speedway, Brady Wenzlaff at Wagner Speedway; Cameron Wilkinson at Boone County Raceway, Off Road Speedway and U.S. 30 Speedway,  Casey Woken at Dawson County Raceway, and Kelly Yutterman at El Paso County Raceway.

Series champions were Jeffrey Abbey in the All Star Shootout, D.J. Banks in the Colorado Alliance Tour, Chanse Hollatz at Winter Nationals, Trent Grager in the Corral Sales Dakota Classic Tour, Steven Johnson in the Central California Clash and Drew Miller in the Tri-State Tour. 

And state champions are Christopher McCurdy Jr. in Arizona, Patrick Linn in Arkansas, Steven Johnson in California, D.J. Banks in Colorado, Mike Albertsen in Iowa, Tathan Burkhart in Kansas, Dan Mackenthun in Minnesota, Mike Nichols in Missouri, Grabouski in Nebraska, Jesse Gonzalez in Nevada, Caleb Stone in New Mexico, Adam Goff in North Dakota, Ray Hoedebeck in Oklahoma, Graig Osborne in Oregon, Todd Gereau in South Dakota, Jordan Cameron Cook in Texas, Shawn Parish in Utah, Kyle Frederick in Wisconsin and Michael Hale in Wyoming.

Hobby Stock track champions included Kamden Barnett at Desert Thunder Raceway, Brent Beaumont at Concordia Raceway, Brady Bencken at Thomas County Speedway, Brandon Bombardo at North Central Speedway and Princeton Speedway, John Cain at The New Raceway Park, Riley Christensen at Crawford County Speedway, Brandon Cox at Stuart Speedway, Thomas Daffern at Barona Speedway and Chandler Dodge at Canyon Speedway AZ. 

Jimmy Doescher at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway and Lafayette County Speedway, Brodee Eckerdt at Norman County Raceway and Red River Valley Speedway, John Garrigan at Black Hills Speedway and Gillette Thunder Speedway, Bradly Graham at Marshalltown Speedway, Ryan Greenwood at Aztec Speedway, Brennor Grinstead at Williston Basin Speedway, Trever Haas at McLean County Speedway and Zach Hemmingsen at Shelby County Speedway.

Scott Herron at Buffalo River Speedway, Bobby Horton at Cocopah Speedway, Cody Hulse at Southwest Speedway, Bill Hultberg at Southwest Speedway, Jonathan Irwin at CJ Speedway, Dustin Jackson at Stuart Raceway, Jake Jensen at Millard County Raceway, Richard Killingbeck at Fairgrounds Speedway, Tristan Kunze-Grape at U.S. 30 Speedway, Randy LaMar at East Moline Speedway and Maquoketa Speedway and Mike Matlock at Casper Speedway.

David Miller at Park Jefferson Speedway, Zach Olmstead at Dawson County Raceway and Lincoln County Raceway, Allison Pierce at Skyline Raceway Motorsports Park, Cory Probst at Arlington Raceway and Buena Vista Raceway, Dillon Richards at Beatrice Speedway and Eagle Raceway, Nicholas Ronnebaum at Salina Speedway, Jacob Rowley at Wild Bill’s Raceway and Lyle Russell at Dodge City Raceway Park and RPM Speedway.

Malik Sampson at Murray County Speedway and Worthington Speedway, Kyler Satran at Nodak Speedway and Thunder Mountain Speedway, Josh Sidles at Hancock County Speedway, Hunter Smith at El Paso County Raceway, I-76 Speedway and Phillips County Raceway; Mike Smith at Boone Speedway and Kossuth County Speedway and Cody Stone at Cardinal Motor Speedway.

Litton Stute at Sherman County Speedway, Sid Tenney at Diamond Mountain Speedway, Kaiden Tuchscherer at Estevan Motor Speedway, Brett Vanous at Benton County Speedway and Independence Motor Speedway, Jordan Vosika at Wagner Speedway, Jason Wilkinson at Boone County Raceway and Off Road Speedway and Justin Yutterman at Honor Speedway.

Series champions were Tanner Clough in the Tri-State Tour, Bobby Horton at Winter Nationals and Hunter Smith in the Colorado Alliance Tour.

State champions were Bobby Horton in Arizona, Thomas Daffern in California, Hunter Smith in Colorado, Randy LaMar in Illinois, Mike Smith in Iowa, Lyle Russell in Kansas, Brandon Bombardo in Minnesota, Dillon Richards in Nebraska, Ryan Greenwood in New Mexico, Allison Pierce in New York, Kyler Satran in North Dakota, Joel Magee in South Dakota, Kamden Barnett in Utah, Jimmy Doescher in Wisconsin and Mike Matlock in Wyoming.

Southern SportMod track champions included Jerrett Bransom at Boyd Raceway and Kennedale Speedway Park, Michael Dabney at Heart O’ Texas Speedway, James Hanusch at Cotton Bowl Speedway, Zack Oliva at Southern Oklahoma Speedway, Bradley Poor at Abilene Speedway, John Neal Reid at Cardinal Motor Speedway and Rodney White at Grayson County Speedway.

Brandon Geurin was the All Star Shootout champion. 

Winning state crowns were John Neal Reid in New Mexico, Tommy Dove in Oklahoma and Jerrett Bransom in Texas. 

Track champions in the Northern SportMod division included Shelby Alves at Central Arizona Speedway, Matthew Andrews at Eagle Raceway, Adam Birck at Adams County Speedway, Lance Borgman at Beatrice Speedway, Brayton Carter at Lee County Speedway and Stuart Speedway, Ben Chapman at Benton County Speedway and Davenport Speedway, Colton Chew at Diamond Mountain Speedway in California and Douglas Coffman at Willamette Speedway. 

Danny Concelman at Honor Speedway, Joseph Cooper at Phillips County Raceway, Gabriel Deschamp at Thunder Mountain Speedway, Kade Dimick at Desert Thunder Raceway, Tim Eaton at US 36 Raceway, Colby Fett at Hancock County Speedway and Worthington Speedway, Jimmy Ford at Marysville Raceway, Nick Foster at Shelby County Speedway and Jarett Franzen at Dubuque Fairgrounds Speedway and Lafayette County Speedway.

Jasen Gray at Sherman County Speedway, Steve Gray at Diamond Mountain Speedway in Utah, Jonathan Hagio at Ocean Speedway, Mark Hain at American Valley Speedway, Jackson Harpole at Fairgrounds Speedway, B.J. Haslam at Idaho Falls Raceway, Warren Huffman at Salina Speedway, Kelly Jacobson at Buffalo River Speedway, and Scott Jacobson at Red River Valley Speedway. 

Tate Johnson at Williston Basin Speedway, Julie Keeler at Aztec Speedway, Levi Kiefer at Bakersfield Speedway, David Kilpela at Barona Speedway, William Kirk at Wagner Speedway, Luke Krogh at Southwest Speedway,Tanner Krohling at Sunset Speedway, Darick Lamberson at Stuart Raceway, Colby Langenberg at Off Road Speedway and Dylan Lister at Millard County Raceway. 

Matthew Looft at Arlington Raceway and Kossuth County Speedway, Darren Medler at Nodak Speedway, Matthew Miller at Concordia Raceway, Brian Morris at Thomas County Speedway, Rusty Montagne at Buena Vista Raceway, Park Jefferson Speedway and The New Raceway Park, Ryan Moser at I-76 Speedway and Derek Murphy at El Paso County Raceway.

Shayna Nieman at Rattlesnake Raceway and Winnemucca Regional Raceway, Brendyn Nordyke at Dodge City Raceway Park, Jacob Olmstead at Lincoln County Raceway, Kyle Olson at Marshalltown Speedway, Tony Olson at Independence Motor Speedway, Shane Paris at Maquoketa Speedway, Rich Pavlicek at Norman County Raceway and Ryan Peery at Siskiyou Golden Speedway and Southern Oregon Speedway. 

Trevor Points at Grays Harbor Raceway, Richard Ragsdale at Merced Speedway, Trey Rock at CJ Speedway, Cody Rass at 141 Speedway and The ‘Burg Speedway, Leevi Runge at Estevan Motor Speedway, Fred Ryland at Antioch Speedway, Jake Sachau at Boone Speedway and Crawford County Speedway and Matthew Sanders at Cottage Grove Speedway.

Ryan Schmidt at Outagamie Speedway, Brandon Spanjer at Dawson County Raceway, David Siercks at North Central Speedway and Princeton Speedway, Traeger Sperry at Sweetwater Speedway, Jeffrey Teske at Shawano Speedway, Robbie Thome at Boone County Raceway and U.S. 30 Speedway and Chris Toth at Cocopah Speedway.

And Logan Veloz at East Moline Speedway, Joe Wabsis at Mohave Valley Raceway, Tyler Watts at RPM Speedway, Ty Weidner at Canyon Speedway AZ, Aaron Wiersma at Murray County Speedway, Sean Wyett at 34 Raceway and Christopher Zenz at McLean County Speedway. 

Tyler Bannister topped points for the Central California Clash, Shane Paris was best at Winter Nationals and Derek Murphy ruled both the Colorado Alliance Tour and the Tri-State Tour. 

State champions were Shelby Alves in Arizona, Jacob Mallet Jr. in California, Danny Concelman in Colorado, B.J. Haslam in Idaho, Adam Birck in Illinois, Jake Sachau in Iowa, Jacey Archer in Kansas, David Siercks in Minnesota, Tim Eaton in Missouri, Spencer Galaway in Nebraska, Shayna Nieman in Nevada, Julie Keeler in New Mexico, Christopher Zenz in North Dakota, Matthew Sanders in Oregon, William Kirk in South Dakota, Kade Dimick in Utah, Trevor Points in Washington, Cole Czarneski in Wisconsin and Traeger Sperry in Wyoming. 

Mod Lite drivers winning track or series titles were Charles Armstrong with the North Texas Mod Lites, Collin Bender at Cocopah Speedway, Codey Benoit at Hendry County Motorsports Park, J.D. Brown at Bakersfield Speedway and Ventura Raceway, Randy Bryan at Marshalltown Speedway, Jeremy Buxton at 105 Motor Speedway and Gary DeWitt at Mohave Valley Raceway.

Tristan Dibble at Mohawk International Raceway, Joel Huggions at Boone Speedway, Justin Kinderknecht at 81 Speedway, Dodge City Raceway Park and Salina Speedway, Chad Kirkpatrick at Diamond Park Speedway, Mike Mullen at Brewerton Speedway and Scott Naggatz at Beatrice Speedway and with the Nebraska Mod Lites

And Jon Padilla at East Moline Speedway, Dillon Raffurty at US 36 Raceway and Valley Speedway, Gage Raines at Central Arkansas Motor Speedway, Kevin Simkins at I-30 Speedway, Anthony Stewart at East Bay Raceway Park, Andrew Tragesser with the Hoosier State Mod Lites and Cameron Wagner with the Mod Lites of Arkansas.

State champions included Gary DeWitt in Arizona, Jace Reid in Arkansas, J.D. Brown in California, Cody Benoit in Florida, Robert Gonzales in Illinois, Andrew Tragesser in Indiana, Joel Huggins in Iowa, Justin Kinderknecht in Kansas, Dillon Raffurty in Missouri, Scott Naggatz in Nebraska, Mike Mullen in New York, Kyle Berry in Texas, 

Sport Compact track champions were Billy Ayres at Canyon Speedway AZ, Shane Barnes at CJ Speedway, Katie Barthel at Aztec Speedway, Jason Bolte at Worthington Speedway, Ryan Brooks at Cocopah Speedway, Taylor Brown at Park Jefferson Speedway, The New Raceway Park and Wagner Speedway, Thomas Burke at Honor Speedway and Barry Cannon at Willamette Speedway. 

Zack Chavez at Ventura Raceway, Nate Coopman at Arlington Raceway and Murray County Speedway, Tyler Fiebelkorn at Stuart Speedway, Edward Finger at Barona Speedway and Perris Auto Speedway, Rileigh Flohrs at Lincoln County Raceway, Christian Gaston at Boyd Raceway, Brad Gentry at Sunset Speedway and Miley JoAnn Goldwich-Rhames at Fairgrounds Speedway. 

Keagan Haralson at Abilene Speedway, Payce Herrera at Desert Thunder Raceway, Kiowa Higdon at Salina Speedway, Nathan Kohl at North Central Speedway, Jade Lange at Hancock County Speedway, Brady Lorenz at Big Sky Speedway, Shannon Mahlberg at Crawford County Speedway, Tina Martin at Gallatin Speedway and Brad Mick at US 36 Raceway. 

Shawn Miles at Cardinal Motor Speedway, Brandon Nyberg at Princeton Speedway, Lucas Parsons at Kossuth County Speedway, Gregory Peconi at I-76 Speedway, Chris Pierce at Cottage Grove Speedway, Gage Porter at RPM Speedway, Michael Recker at Concordia Raceway, Trent Reed at Shelby County Speedway and Brandon Reu at Lee County Speedway. 

Kaylee Richards at Beatrice Speedway, Lukas Rick at Benton County Speedway, Shailee Robison at Winnemucca Regional Raceway, Mason Rust at Thunder Mountain Speedway, Kolby Sabin at Marshalltown Speedway, Ken Sandberg at Dacotah Speedway, Justin Schmidt at Dawson County Raceway and Tim Schnathorst at 34 Raceway.

And Thomas Schulte at Outagamie Speedway, Wayne Taylor at Mohave Valley Raceway, Michael Trammell II ay Kennedale Speedway Park, Ted Trumbo at Sherman County Speedway and Thomas County Speedway, Levi Volkert at Buena Vista Raceway, Aiden Wagner at Nodak Speedway and Briana Worthington at El Paso County Raceway.

D.J. Werkmeister was the Winter Nationals champion. Leann O’Lear paced the Colorado Alliance Tour and Ted Trumbo topped Tri-State Tour standings.

And state champions included D.J. Werkmeister in Arizona, Edward Finger in California, Katie Barthel in Colorado, Tyler Fiebelkorn in Iowa, Dave Kappel in Kansas, Nate Coopman in Minnesota, Brad Mick in Missouri, Brady Lorenz in Montana, Kaden Murray in Nebraska, Shailee Robison in Nevada, Miley JoAnn Goldwich-Rhames in New Mexico, Alex Thompson in North Dakota, Barry Cannon in Oregon, Taylor Brown in South Dakota, Michael Trammell II in Texas, Payce Herrera in Utah and Thomas Schulte in Wisconsin. 

Crew chief of the year award recipients were Josh Houseman, Modified; Cary Dumpert and Lindsey Roan, Late Model; Curtis Clark, Sprint Car; Justin Gessert, Stock Car; Wade Jungbluth, Mike ‘Bud’ Corey and Jeff Creek, Hobby Stock; Kyle Bryson and Amanda White, Southern SportMod; Brittney Looft, Northern SportMod; Michael Raffurty, Mod Lite; and Jerry Coopman, Stephanie Coopman and Neil Forsberg, Sport Compact. 

Speedway Motors hosted the traditional champions’ reception at the Museum of American Speed Friday night.