New and familiar faces among 2019 Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national champs
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December 20, 2019

Officials from the United States Racing Association (USRA) recently unveiled the official and final 2019 national, regional and track points standings for the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series, as well as three special USRA-sanctioned touring series.

Among them are eight national, nine regional and 65 track champions. Five racers are first-time USRA national champs, two earned second titles and one driver claimed his record-setting sixth crown.

USRA Modifieds

Returning to the top of the heap in the USRA Modified division, Brandon Davis enjoyed a dominating season en route to his second Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national title. His first came in 2012.

Davis, who manufactures his own Tri-Built Race Cars in his hometown of Hayfield, Minn., reeled off 15 victories during the 2019 campaign including a streak of six straight to end the season at arguably one of the toughest places to get a win—the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn.

He snagged a total of seven wins at ‘The Creek’ and another six at the Chateau Speedway in Lansing, Minn. He captured track championships at both. His other two wins were big ones—opening night and the finale of the sixth annual Summit USRA Nationals at the Hamilton County Speedway in Webster City, Iowa.

He is the eighth USRA Modified national champ from the Land of 10,000 Lakes.

Perhaps most impressive was the consistency that the 28-year-old racer showed during the season. In his 36 starts, he finished among the top five 33 times and was outside of the top ten just once.

Dustin Sorensen of Rochester, Minn., was second in the final points while Iowan Dennis Elliott parlayed another I-35 Speedway (Winston, Mo.) track championship into a third-place finish in the national points to place a buffer between two more Minnesota top-five racers Josh Angst and Jason Cummins.

Max Eddie Thomas, Clyde Dunn Jr., Kale Westover, Paden Phillips and Cole Traugott rounded out the final top ten.

Davis will collect $10,000 for his USRA Modified national championship and up to $3,000 for his two track championships. He’ll also get $320 for his PBM Performance Products Northern Region title in the USRA Modifieds.


Brandon Davis of Hayfield, Minn., is the 2019 USRA Modified national champion.

Final 2019 USRA Modified national points (top 10):
1. Brandon Davis, Hayfield, Minn. … 4513
2. Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn. … 4275
3. Dennis Elliott, Mount Ayr, Iowa … 4187
4. Josh Angst, Winona, Minn. … 4167
5. Jason Cummins, New Richland, Minn. … 4155
6. Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan, Texas … 4122
7. Clyde Dunn Jr., Rockwall, Texas … 3993
8. Kale Westover, Blair, Okla. … 3986
9. Paden Phillips, Chanute, Kan. … 3930
10. Cole Traugott, Woodward, Okla. … 3831

Previous USRA Modified national champions include Darron Fuqua (2018), Jason Cummins (2017 and 2010), Lucas Schott (2016), Jake Gallardo (2015), Fito Gallardo (2014), Matt Dotson (2013), Brandon Davis (2012), Johnny Bone Jr. (2011), Greg Skaggs (2009), Brad Waits (2008 and 2007), Larry Herring (2006) and Ron Luitjens (2005).

American Racer USRA Stock Cars

For the sixth time in nine years, Decorah, Iowa’s Mitch Hovden will take home a national championship trophy from the USRA awards banquet after snaring his sixth national title in the American Racer USRA Stock Cars presented by Medieval Chassis.

Hovden, who claimed last year’s crown as well as back-to-back titles in 2015-2016 and 2011-2012, won the track championship at the Fayette County Speedway in West Union, Iowa, but finished second this season.

However, he improved from his runner-up finish last year and regained the track championship at his home track Upper Iowa Speedway.

Hovden captured 20 feature wins in his 40 starts but was a top-five finisher in 37 of those races and finished outside of the top ten on just two occasions.

Hovden is the most decorated driver in USRA history with nine titles in all. He captured Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge points championships in 2013 and 2014. His first USRA points title came in 2007 in the Mensink Racing Products USRA Hobby Stock class.

Fellow Decorah drivers Dillon Anderson and Kyle Falck rounded out the top three in the national standings with New Mexico racer Bryan Bennett finishing fourth ahead of Decorah’s Kevin Donlan. Lynn Panos, Darrin Korthals, Jeff Dixon, Derek Green and Brayden Gjere completed the top 10.

The 32-year-old’s national title is worth $2,000 with as much as $1,000 heading his way for the first- and second-place finishes in track points. As the PBM Performance Products Northern Region champ he’ll pocket another $217.


Mitch Hovden is the 2019 American Racer USRA Stock Car national champion.

Final 2019 American Racer USRA Stock Car national points (top 10):
1. Mitch Hovden, Decorah, Iowa … 4457
2. Dillon Anderson, Decorah, Iowa … 4343
3. Kyle Falck, Decorah, Iowa … 4306
4. Bryan Bennett, Tularosa, N.M. … 4252
5. Kevin Donlan, Decorah, Iowa … 4091
6. Lynn Panos, Calmar, Iowa … 4075
7. Darrin Korthals, Rock Rapids, Iowa … 4043
8. Jeff Dixon, Jamesport, Mo. … 4041
9. Derek Green, Granada, Minn. … 3974
10. Brayden Gjere, Mabel, Minn. … 3825

Previous American Racer USRA Stock Car national champions include Mitch Hovden (2018, 2016, 2015, 2012 and 2011), Elijah Zevenbergen (2017), Justin Lasiter (2014), Donavon Flores (2013), Rich Gregoire (2010), Tory Reicks (2009), Tom Schmitt (2008 and 2007) and Scotty Pratt (2006).

Out-Pace USRA B-Mods

While his 28 feature race victories were one fewer than last year, it was still more than enough for Kris Jackson to secure his second straight national championship in the Out-Pace USRA B-Mods powered by Pace Performance.

After finishing fifth in 2017 with 17 wins and fourth in 2016 on the strength of 25 wins, the Lebanon, Mo., speedster has 57 triumphs in the last two seasons and 99 of them in a four-year span.

Jackson didn’t stay put. He competed at 11 different racetracks during the 2019 season and won at eight of them. There were no regional or track titles, therefore, but a $2,000 payday awaits the 35-year-old racer.

Dan Hovden kept the pressure on Jackson all season long but had to settle for runner-up honors while 2017 Out-Pace USRA B-Mod national champ Ryan Gillmore wound up third over Jackie Dalton and Deer Creek Speedway dominator Jim Chisholm. Jared Boumeester, 2016 titlist J.C. Morton, Ben Moudry, Kadden Kath and Ty Griffith rounded out the top 10.


Kris Jackson is the 2019 Out-Pace USRA B-Mod national champion.

Final 2019 Out-Pace USRA B-Mod national points (top 10):
1. Kris Jackson, Lebanon, Mo. … 4532
2. Dan Hovden, Decorah, Iowa … 4493
3. Ryan Gillmore, Springfield, Mo. … 4464
4. Jackie Dalton, Carthage, Mo. … 4351
5. Jim Chisholm, Osage, Iowa … 4326
6. Jared Boumeester, Waseca, Minn. … 4295
7. J.C. Morton, Springfield, Mo. … 4294
8. Ben Moudry, Hastings, Minn. … 4250
9. Kadden Kath, Owatonna, Minn. … 4243
10. Ty Griffith, Webster City, Iowa … 4198

Previous Out-Pace USRA B-Mod national champions include Kris Jackson (2018) Ryan Gillmore (2017), J.C. Morton (2016), Andy Bryant (2015), Chad Clancy (2014), Troy Hovey (2013), Scott Drake (2012), Brandon Hare (2011 and 2010), Matt Jones (2009, 2008 and 2007) and Tony Dunker (2006).

Mensink Racing Products USRA Hobby Stocks

The 2019 Mensink Racing Products USRA Hobby Stocks national championship hardware is heading somewhere other than Sioux Falls, S.D., for the first time since 2013 after 36-year-old Eric Stanton of Carlisle, Iowa, snapped Dustin Gulbrandson’s string of five straight titles.

The two engaged in a fierce battle all year—both on paper and on the racetrack—with Stanton earning his first USRA national championship. He won 18 times while Gulbrandson hauled in 16 wins and came wound up with a 21-point cushion for the 21-year veteran after the dust had settled.

Along with his wins, Stanton recorded 32 top-five and 34 top-ten finishes in his 37 USRA-sanctioned starts.

His crowning achievement came on the biggest stage during the finale of the sixth annual Summit USRA Nationals on Oct. 19. It was his second win in the event as he won the inaugural race in 2014 at the Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City.

Nearly a decade after his USRA Hobby Stock national championship in 2009, Chris Hovden garnered a third-place finish in 2019 behind Stanton and Gulbrandson while Tyler Schlumbohm and Steve Larson finished fourth and fifth. Joshua Ludeking, Steve Dwyer, Brady Link, Levi Vander Weide and Jamie Songer rounded out the top 10.

Stanton will get $1,500 at the USRA awards banquet for his national championship payout.


Eric Stanton is the 2019 Mensink Racing Products USRA Hobby Stock national champion.

Final 2019 Mensink Racing Products USRA Hobby Stock national points (top 10):
1. Eric Stanton, Carlisle, Iowa … 4585
2. Dustin Gulbrandson, Sioux Falls, S.D. … 4564
3. Chris Hovden, Cresco, Iowa … 4242
4. Tyler Schlumbohm, Sioux Falls, S.D. … 4168
5. Steve Larson, Decorah, Iowa … 4058
6. Joshua Ludeking, Decorah, Iowa … 3993
7. Steve Dwyer, La Crosse, Wis. … 3935
8. Brady Link, Waukon, Iowa … 3918
9. Levi Vander Weide, Sioux Falls, S.D. … 3918
10. Jamie Songer, Ankeny, Iowa … 3909

Previous Mensink Racing Products USRA Hobby Stock national champs include Dustin Gulbrandson (2018, 2016, 2015 and 2014), Adam Cline (2013), Dillon Anderson (2012), Dan Strandberg (2011), Shane Klaassen (2010), Chris Hovden (2009), Jason McDaniel (2008), Mitch Hovden (2007) and Nathan Wood (2006).

USRA Late Models

For a third straight year, a national champion was be crowned in the USRA Late Model division, and for the first time the honor goes to Lucas Peterson of Grand Meadow, Minn., whose 24 starts were five more than his nearest finisher.

Peterson was unable to find the winner’s circle in 2019 but scored 20 top-ten finishes and cracked the top five on six occasions en route to a $700 champion’s check.

Justin Sass wound up second in the final points while two-time defending national champ Lance Hofer’s five wins and third straight track championship at the Mississippi Thunder Speedway in Fountain City, Wis., was good enough for third.

Matt McEathron was fourth and Cedar Lake Speedway track champion Dan Gullikson claimed the fifth spot. Shaun Mann, Sam Mars, Derek Nelson, Michael Bruggeman and Alex Williamson rounded out the top 10.


Lucas Peterson is the 2019 USRA Late Model national champion.

Final 2019 USRA Late Model national points (top 10):
1. Lucas Peterson, Grand Meadow, Minn. … 3544
2. Justin Sass, Elgin, Minn. … 3534
3. Lance Hofer, Cochrane, Wis. … 3441
4. Matt McEathron, Wausau, Wis. … 2885
5. Dan Gullikson, Roberts, Wis. … 2781
6. Shaun Mann, Buffalo City, Wis. … 2653
7. Sam Mars, Menomonie, Wis. … 2591
8. Derek Nelson, Buffalo City, Wis. … 2518
9. Michael Bruggeman, Gem Lake, Minn. … 2492
10. Alex Williamson, Rushford, Minn. … 344

Previous USRA Late Model national champions include Lance Hofer (2018 and 2017).

USRA Tuners

The 2019 racing season was also the third in a row for crowning a national champion in the USRA Tuner division and Seth Scholl of Holmen, Wis., was dominant throughout the year.

In his 30 starts, Scholl recorded 17 victories with 26 top-fives and a perfect 30 top-ten finishes. His nearest competitor in the top 10 standings had just three wins.

Fellow Wisconsin racer Justin Anderson took runner-up honors in the final standings with Brad Stahl, Justin Vargason and Katie Stahl winding up third, fourth and fifth. Sixth through tenth were Josh Harms, Ben Horsfall, Shawn Kraft, Josh Hill and Jeremiah Anderson.

Scholl, 36, is the third different national champ and will net $300 for his efforts.


Seth Scholl is the 2019 USRA Tuner national champion.

Final 2019 USRA Tuner national points (top 10):
1. Seth Scholl, Holmen, Wis. … 4288
2. Justin Anderson, Holmen, Wis. … 3947
3. Brad Stahl, Castalia, Iowa … 3934
4. Justin Vargason, Waukon, Iowa … 3738
5. Katie Stahl, Castalia, Iowa … 3485
6. Josh Harms, Postville, Iowa … 3430
7. Ben Horsfall, Cresco, Iowa … 2810
8. Shawn Kraft, Sumner, Iowa … 2748
9. Josh Hills, Elkader, Iowa … 2737
10. Jeremiah Anderson, La Crosse, Wis. … 2627

Previous USRA Tuner national champs include Ryan Bryant (2018) and Kyle Balik (2017).

USRA Factory Stocks

The 2019 racing season marked the debut of the USRA Factor Stocks as part of the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series and more than 200 drivers competed in USRA-sanctioned events at several tracks in the Lone Star State.

When all was said and done, Josh Landers stood alone at the top as the first ever USRA Factory Stock national champion while also picking up a track championship at the Monarch Motor Speedway in Wichita Falls, Texas.

Landers produced six wins in his 25 starts and the Princeton, Texas, resident recorded 14 top-five and 19 top-ten finishes along the way. The 47-year-old veteran racer will take home $1,000 for his efforts.

Brett Jensen, Dustin Choate, Tommy McKinley and Tommy Davis Jr. rounded out the top five. Charlie Wilson ended up sixth in the final standings, Scott Carlisle was seventh, eighth was Chris Davis, Jason Gore nabbed the ninth spot and Jeff Jones completed the top 10.


Josh Landers is the 2019 USRA Factory Stock national champion.

Final 2019 USRA Factory Stock national points:
1. Josh Landers, Princeton, Texas … 3940
2. Brett Jensen, Forney, Texas … 3791
3. Dustin Choate, Forney, Texas … 3580
4. Tommy McKinley, Kaufman Texas … 3172
5. Tommy Davis Jr., Wills Point Texas … 3096
6. Charlie Wilson, Sanger, Texas … 3055
7. Scott Carlisle, Royse City, Texas … 2954
8. Chris Davis Wills Point, Texas … 2844
9. Jason Gore, Seagoville, Texas … 2503
10. Jeff Jones, Crandall, Texas … 2303

USRA Limited Mods

In addition to his fifth-place effort in the USRA Factory Stocks, Tommy Davis Jr. pulled double-duty and claimed the 2019 USRA Limited Mod national championship as the class returned for a third season after being idle in 2018.

Davis, who hails from Wills Point, Texas, held off a strong battle for the top spot from Cory Williams who captured the track championship at the West Texas Raceway in Lubbock. For his part, Davis won track championships at the RPM Speedway in Crandall Texas, and Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, en route to nipping Williams by 41 points in the final rankings.

Ryan Thomas held on for third ahead of Steven Ashcraft and fifth-place finisher Brayden Wyatt. The rest of the top 10 were Monarch Motor Speedway track champ Josh Cournoyer, John Nemetz, Jonathan Powers, Frank Groves and Eric Luttrell.

The 43-year-old Davis will fatten his bank account by $1,500 with his stellar title-earning season and as much as $1,000 for his dual track championships.


Tommy Davis Jr. is the 2019 USRA Limited Mod national champion.

Final 2019 USRA Limited Mod national points:
1. Tommy Davis Jr., Wills Point Texas … 4392
2. Cory Williams, Slaton, Texas … 4351
3. Ryan Thomas, Lubbock, Texas … 3888
4. Steven Ashcraft, Forney, Texas … 3830
5. Brayden Wyatt, Wichita Falls, Texas … 3657
6. Josh Cournoyer, Wichita Falls, Texas … 3376
7. John Nemetz, Iowa Park, Texas … 3061
8. Jonathan Powers, Iowa Park, Texas … 3042
9. Frank Groves, Shallowater, Texas … 3039
10. Eric Luttrell, Kaufman, Texas … 2978

Previous USRA Limited Mod national champions include Jordan Eddleman (2017 and 2016).

USRA Regional Championships

Racers competing in the Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series garnered regional points throughout the season based on their total accumulated track points within each region. The following drivers claimed regional championships in 2019:

CP-Carrillo Central Region presented by MVT – Paden Phillips, Chanute, Kan. (Modified); Jeff Dixon, Jamesport, Mo. (Stock Car); and Dillon McCowan, Urbana, Mo. (B-Mod).

The CP-Carrillo Central Region includes track points earned at the Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.), Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, Kan.), I-35 Speedway (Winston, Mo.), Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, Mo.), Lebanon Midway Speedway (Lebanon, Mo.), Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, Mo.), Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.), Monett Motor Speedway (Monett, Mo.), Springfield Raceway (Springfield, Mo.) and Tri-State Speedway (Pocola, Okla.).

MSD Performance Southern Region presented by MVT – Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan, Texas (Modified).

The MSD Performance Southern Region includes track points earned at the Devil’s Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas), Elk City Motor Speedway (Elk City, Okla.), Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.), Monarch Motor Speedway (Wichita Falls, Texas), Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, Texas), RPM Speedway (Crandall, Texas), Southern Oklahoma Speedway (Ardmore, Okla.), Vado Speedway Park (Vado, N.M.) and West Texas Raceway (Lubbock, Texas).

PBM Performance Products Northern Region presented by MVT – Brandon Davis, Hayfield, Minn. (Modified); Mitch Hovden, Decorah, Iowa (Stock Car); Dan Hovden, Decorah, Iowa (B-Mod); Stock Dustin Gulbrandson, Sioux Falls, S.D. (Hobby Stock); and Seth Scholl, Holmen, Wis. (Tuner).

The PBM Performance Products Northern Region includes track points earned at the Chateau Speedway (Lansing, Minn.), Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minn.), Fayette County Speedway (West Union, Iowa), Hamilton County Speedway (Webster City, Iowa), I-90 Speedway (Hartford, S.D.), Mason City Motor Speedway (Mason City, Iowa), Mississippi Thunder Speedway (Fountain City, Wis.), Nobles County Speedway (Worthington, Minn.), Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, Iowa) and Upper Iowa Speedway (Decorah, Iowa).


Max Eddie Thomas won the MSD Performance Southern Region championship for USRA Modifieds.

Three drivers also scored titles in special USRA-sanctioned series:

Touring Outlaw Modified Series (TOMS)

For the fifth straight year, Triston Dycus of Maypearl (formerly Waxahachie), Texas, claimed the title of champion in the Touring Outlaw Modified Series (TOMS) which staged USRA Modified points races throughout the Texas and Oklahoma during the 2019 campaign.

First launched as the Texas Outlaw Modified Series, Clyde Dunn Jr. claimed the first TOMS title in 2014 but ever since it has been Dycus standing at the top of the mountain at season’s end.

Dycus, who turned 43 at the end of November, added two wins to bring his career total to 20 in the 101 races staged by the series at 18 different racetracks in six seasons.

Troy Taylor followed in second with Charlie Smith, Colby Smith and Kenny Gaddis completing the top five in the final standings. Sixth through tenth were Skip O'Neal, Clyde Dunn Jr., Chris Huckeba, Sean Gaddis and Bo Day.


Triston Dycus is the 2019 Touring Outlaw Modified Series (TOMS) champion.

Final 2019 Touring Outlaw Modified Series points (top 10):
1. Triston Dycus, Maypearl, Texas … 1424
2. Troy Taylor, Midlothian, Texas … 1337
3. Charlie Smith, Forney, Texas … 1056
4. Colby Smith, Greenville, Texas … 873
5. Kenny Gaddis, Diana, Texas … 840
6. Skip O'Neal, Midlothian, Texas … 794
7. Clyde Dunn Jr., Rockwall, Texas … 751
8. Chris Huckeba, Midlothian, Texas … 751
9. Sean Gaddis, Diana, Texas … 738
10. Bo Day, Greenville, Texas … 720

Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge

Derek Green of Granada, Minn., and Jared Boumeester of Waseca, Minn., emerged as the 2019 Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge champions.

This is Green’s second title in the American Racer USRA Stock Cars after winning it in 2017 also. With two wins in 13 starts, Green ran away and hid in the points battle. Dillon Anderson, Lynn Panos, Mitch Hovden and Kyle Falck completed the top five.

Veteran Steve Jackson wound up sixth in the final rundown, Dylan Suhr was seventh, Brayden Gjere took the eighth spot, Kevin Donlan will take home a ninth-place paycheck and Todd Staley rounded out the top 10.


Derek Green is the 2019 American Racer USRA Stock Car champion of the Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge.

Final 2019 Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge American Racer USRA Stock Car points (top 10):
1. Derek Green, Granada, Minn. … 1078 13 2 9 11 2755
2. Dillon Anderson, Decorah, Iowa … 895
3. Lynn Panos, Calmar, Iowa … 865
4. Mitch Hovden, Decorah, Iowa … 846
5. Kyle Falck, Decorah, Iowa … 757
6. Steve Jackson, Polk City, Iowa … 742
7. Dylan Suhr, Waterloo, Iowa … 687
8. Brayden Gjere, Mabel, Minn. … 673
9. Kevin Donlan, Decorah, Iowa … 657
10. Todd Staley, Webster City, Iowa … 606

Previous American Racer USRA Stock Car champions of the Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge include Dillon Anderson (2018), Derek Green (2017), Kyle Falck (2016), Tom Schmitt (2015 and 2012), Mitch Hovden (2014 and 2013), Mike Van Genderen (2011) and Nathan Wood (2010).

For Boumeester, this is his first national title under the USRA banner as he had his Out-Pace USRA B-Mod dialed in since the opening race of the season, winning two main events while the 37-year-old Gopher State speedster registered 11 top-five and 15 top-ten finishes in his 16 starts over the course of the 2019 campaign.

Ben Moudry wound up second in the final points while two-time defending series champ Dan Hovden settled for third this time. Cole Suckow was fourth and Cole Denner claimed the fifth spot while Jared Timmerman, Kyle Anderson, Brandon Hare, Jim Chisholm and Ryan Maitland rounded out the top 10.


Jared Boumeester is the 2019 Out-Pace USRA B-Mod champion of the Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge.

Final 2019 Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge Out-Pace USRA B-Mod points (top 10):
1. Jared Boumeester, Waseca, Minn. … 1395
2. Ben Moudry, Hastings, Minn. … 1281
3. Dan Hovden, Decorah, Iowa … 1054
4. Cole Suckow, Cresco, Iowa … 1043
5. Cole Denner, New Hampton, Iowa … 999
6. Jared Timmerman, Norwalk, Iowa … 947
7. Kyle Anderson, Decorah, Iowa … 779
8. Brandon Hare, Elma, Iowa … 735
9. Jim Chisholm, Osage, Iowa … 717
10. Ryan Maitland, Waterloo, Iowa … 682

Previous Out-Pace USRA B-Mod champions of the Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge include Dan Hovden (2018 and 2017), Andy Bryant (2016), Dakota Foster (2015), Cory Crapser (2014 and 2013), Trevor Hunt (2012) and Cayden Carter (2011).

Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series Track Champions

Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series competitors battled throughout 2019 as dozens of USRA-sanctioned racetracks produced 65 track champions in eight divisions along the way. The following drivers earned track championships during the 2019 season:

Caney Valley Speedway (Caney, Kan.) – Tyler Kidwell, Chanute, Kan. (B-Mod).

Cedar Lake Speedway (New Richmond, Wis.) – Dan Gullikson, Roberts, Wis. (Late Model).

Chateau Speedway (Lansing, Minn.) – Brandon Davis, Hayfield, Minn. (Modified), Noah Grinstead, Austin, Minn. (B-Mod).

Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minn.) – Brandon Davis, Hayfield, Minn. (Modified), Jim Chisholm, Osage, Iowa (B-Mod).

Devil's Bowl Speedway (Mesquite, Texas) – Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan, Texas (Modified), Tommy McKinley, Kaufman, Texas (Factory Stock), Tommy Davis Jr., Wills Point, Texas (Limited Mod).

Fayette County Speedway (West Union, Iowa) – Kyle Falck, Decorah, Iowa (Stock Car), Dan Hovden, Decorah, Iowa (B-Mod), Joshua Ludeking, Decorah, Iowa (Hobby Stock), Justin Vargason, Waukon, Iowa (Tuner).

Elk City Motor Speedway (Elk City, Okla.) – Bobby Mayfield, Elk City, Okla. (Modified).

Hamilton County Speedway (Webster City, Iowa) – J.D. Auringer, Waterloo, Iowa (Modified), Reid Keller, Webster City, Iowa (Stock Car), Ty Griffith, Webster City, Iowa (B-Mod), Eric Stanton, Carlisle, Iowa (Hobby Stock), Oliver Monson, Clear Lake, Iowa (Tuner).

Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, Kan.) – Tanner Mullens, Wichita, Kan. (Modified).

I-35 Speedway (Winston, Mo.) – Dennis Elliott, Mount. Ayr, Iowa (Modified), Jeff Dixon, Jamesport, Mo. (Stock Car), Chase Galvan, Bonner Springs, Kan. (B-Mod).

I-90 Speedway (Hartford, S.D.) – Brock Hess, Sioux Falls, S.D. (B-Mod), Dustin Gulbrandson, Sioux Falls, S.D. (Hobby Stock).

Lake Ozark Speedway (Eldon, Mo.) – Ryan Middaugh, Fulton, Mo. (Modified), Earl Pryor, Troy, Mo. (B-Mod).

Lawton Speedway (Lawton, Okla.) – Travis Bragg, Duncan, Okla. (Modified).

Lebanon Midway Speedway (Lebanon, Mo.) – Dillon Mccowan, Urbana, Mo. (B-Mod).

Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, Mo.) – Kaden Miller, Houston, Mo. (B-Mod).

Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.) – Robbie Reed, Mexico, Mo. (Modified), Kris Jackson, Lebanon, Mo. (B-Mod).

Mississippi Thunder Speedway (Fountain City, Wis.) – Dustin Sorensen, Rochester, Minn. (Modified), Ryan Olson, Strum, Wis. (B-Mod), Triton Krause, Fountain City, Wis. (Hobby Stock), Lance Hofer, Cochrane, Wis. (Late Model).

Monarch Motor Speedway (Wichita Falls, Texas) – David Tanner, Wichita Falls, Texas (Modified), Josh Landers, Princeton, Texas (Factory Stock), Josh Cournoyer, Wichita Falls, Texas (Limited Mod).

Monett Motor Speedway (Monett, Mo.) – Jackie Dalton, Carthage, Mo. (B-Mod).

Nobles County Speedway (Worthington, Minn.) – Darrin Korthals, Rock Rapids, Iowa (Stock Car), Nicholas Peters, Le Mars, Iowa (B-Mod), Dan Strandberg, Worthington, Minn. (Hobby Stock), Scott Espey, Alpha, Minn. (Tuner).

Rapid Speedway (Rock Rapids, Iowa) – Darrin Korthals, Rock Rapids, Iowa (Stock Car), Tyler Tesch, Lennox, S.D. (B-Mod), Dustin Gulbrandson, Sioux Falls, S.D. (Hobby Stock).

Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, Texas) – Matt Newkirk, Amarillo, Texas (Modified), Kalvin King, Amarillo, Texas (Limited Mod).

RPM Speedway (Crandall, Texas) – Max Eddie Thomas, Quinlan, Texas (Modified), Chris Davis, Wills Point, Texas (Factory Stock), Tommy Davis Jr., Wills Point, Texas (Limited Mod).

Southern Oklahoma Speedway (Ardmore, Okla.) – Wesley Veal, Princeton, Texas (Modified).

Springfield Raceway (Springfield, Mo.) – Jackie Dalton, Carthage, Mo. (B-Mod).

Tri-State Speedway (Pocola, Okla.) – Trevor Latham, Rogers, Ark. (Modified), Hunter Byers, Rogers, Ark. (B-Mod).

Upper Iowa Speedway (Decorah, Iowa) – Mitch Hovden, Decorah, Iowa (Stock Car), Dan Hovden, Decorah, Iowa (B-Mod), Chris Hovden, Cresco, Iowa (Hobby Stock), Seth Scholl, Holmen, Wis. (Tuner).

Vado Speedway Park (Vado, N.M.) – Jake Gallardo, Las Cruces, N.M. (Modified), Bryan Bennett, Tularosa, N.M. (Stock Car), Nick Rivera, Las Cruces, N.M. (B-Mod).

West Texas Raceway (Lubbock, Texas) – Philip Houston, Odessa, Texas (Modified), Travis Graves, New Home, Texas (Stock Car), Cory Williams, Slaton, Texas (Limited Mod).

USRA Awards Banquet

The United States Racing Association will host its annual awards banquet on Saturday, January 25, 2020, at the Ameristar Casino Hotel in Kansas City.

This year’s gala will once again be a joint celebration for the USRA and United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS).

Attendees can call (816) 414-7000 and then press option #1 to reserve a luxurious hotel room at a discounted price. Just mention code “STY2020” when making your reservation.

Individual tickets are $40 each and are on sale now by calling the USRA office at (515) 832-6000 during normal business hours. The deadline to order tickets is Monday, January 6.

Headlining the honorees will be eight Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national and regional champions, Arnold Motor Supply Iron Man Challenge champions and 2019 Promoter/Track of The Year, plus many other top points earners and special award winners.

Social hour begins at 6:00 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7:00 and the awards ceremony is slated to begin at 8:00.

In addition to the awards ceremony, the evening’s meal will feature a luxurious and plentiful selection of fine food, plus a huge dessert bar. A cash bar will also be available.

The ceremony will be held inside Ameristar’s 12,000-square-foot Star Pavilion, which serves a multitude of events including corporate meetings, training seminars, trade shows, social receptions and live performances.

Located just east of downtown Kansas City, Ameristar Casino Hotel is an entertainment hub that offers a huge casino floor, nine restaurants, a luxury hotel and 18 movie screens, plus convenient parking in a five-level parking structure with an enclosed, climate-controlled walkway to the casino.

For more information, check out ameristarkansascity.com.

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