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2020 NHRA Northwest Division 6 Champions

The NHRA Northwest Division crowned their 2020 champions. 2020 World Champions Jody Lang and Brian Preszler lead the pack of winners.

The NHRA Northwest Division 6 concluded the 2020 recently and crowned their champions. 2020 World Champions Jody Lang and Brian Preszler lead the pack of winners.

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Joining them on the list of winners is Cody Lane (twice), Wade Archer, Sean Shaffer, Art Hoover, Shawn Herbst, and John Craig Jensen.

Read the season recap below to learn more about the 2020 champions.

2020 NHRA Northwest Division 6 Champions

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Competition Eliminator – Cody Lane

Cody Lane

Cody Lane finished the season with 329 points, totaling out to two divisional wins and one runner-up. Following behind him was John Edwards with 255 points and Ralph Van Paepeghem with 234 points.

Lane’s two wins came at Seattle and Yellowstone, and his runner-up came at Yellowstone also.

Super Stock – Cody Lane

Cody Lane

Cody Lane finished the season with 312 points, totaling out to several late round finishes. Following behind him was Tom Gaynor with 302 points and Rodney Stults with 270 points.

Lane found himself in the later rounds at Sonoma, Yellowstone, and Phoenix.

Stock Eliminator – Jody Lang

Jody Lang
Jody Lang

2020 World Champion Jody Lang finished his divisional tour with 440 points, totaling out to two wins and one runner-up. Following behind him was Tommy Gaynor with 277 points and Darrick Ellam with 244 points.

Lang’s wins came at Seattle and Boise, while his runner-up came at Sonoma.

Super Comp – Wade Archer

Wade Archer

Wade Archer finished the season with 351 points, totaling out to two wins. Following behind him was Chris Barton with 286 points and Randy Beck with 237 points.

Archer’s wins came at Boise and Yellowstone.

Super Gas – Brian Preszler

Brian Preszler

2020 World Champion Brian Preszler finished his divisional season with 429 points, totaling out to three divisional wins. Following behind him was Mike Coltrin with 289 points and George Scott III with 278 points.

Preszler’s two wins came at Sonoma, Yellowstone, and Las Vegas.

Super Street – Sean Shaffer

Sean Shaffer

Sean Shaffer finished the season with 407 points, totaling out to two wins and one runner-up. Following behind him was Allen Macham with 311 points and Jess Dale with 280 points.

Shaffer’s two wins came at Boise and Yellowstone, and his runner-up came at Sonoma.

Top Dragster – Art Hoover

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Art Hoover

Art Hoover finished the season with 343 points, totaling out to two wins. Following behind him was Don Sefton with 312 points and Clint Geise with 270 points.

Hoover’s wins were at Sonoma and Yellowstone.

Top Sportsman – Shawn Herbst

Shawn Herbst

Shawn Herbst finished the season with 231 points, totaling out to several late round finishes. Following behind him was Mike Ferderer with 185 points and Cliff Dwy with 175 points.

Herbst’s later round finishes were at Seattle and Yellowstone.

Sportsman Motorcycle – John Craig Jensen

John Craig Jensen ended his season with 261 points, totaling out to two runner-ups. Following behind him was Donald DePeel with 244 points and Wesley Walker with 126 points.

Craig Jensen’s runner-ups came at Boise and Las Vegas.

Megan Strassweg

About the author: Megan Strassweg is a 22 year old Super Comp racer from Louisville, Kentucky. She races a 2015 American Dragster sponsored by Coolshirt Systems. She graduated from Western Kentucky University in May of 2020 with a degree in Photojournalism and a minor in Entrepreneurship. Megan works at Jim Butner Auto in the Finance Department. Growing up at the racetrack, drag racing is all she has known and never plans to give up on it. 

You can reach Megan on Facebook or email at megan@dragchamp.com

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