The NHRA Pacific Division 7 crowned their 2020 champions. Trevor Larson and Jimmy DeFrank lead the list of well-deserved winners.
The NHRA Pacific Division finished their 2020 season and recently crowned their 2020 champions. Trevor Larson and Jimmy DeFrank lead the list of Division 7 Champions.
Joining them on the list of winners is Joe Mozeris, Steve Wann, Val Torres, Mike Boehner, Dan Naylor, Bryan Warr, and Thomas Medlin.
Read the season recap below to learn more about the 2020 champions.
2020 NHRA Pacific Division 7 Champions
Competition Eliminator – Joe Mozeris
Joe Mozeris finished the season with 362 points, totaling out to three wins and one runner-up. Following behind him was Doug Lambeck with 266 points and Don Bevers with 202 points.
Mozeris’ wins came at Sonoma double and Phoenix, and his runner-up came at Las Vegas.
Super Stock – Jimmy DeFrank
Jimmy DeFrank finished the season with 364 points, totaling out to two divisional wins. Following behind him, and also tied for first place but lost the tiebreaker, was Brian Brossart with 364 points and Don Keen with 310 points.
DeFrank’s two wins came at Sonoma and Phoenix.
Stock Eliminator – Steve Wann
Steve Wann finished the year with 331 points, totaling out to one win and one runner-up. Following behind him was Ryan Mangus with 330 points and Justin Lamb with 308 points.
Wann’s win came at Sonoma and his runner-up at Phoenix.
Super Comp – Val Torres
Val Torres finished the season with 362 points, totaling out to one divisional win. Following behind him was Ryan Mangus with 361 points and Gabe Torres with 340 points.
Torres’ win came at Phoenix.
Super Gas – Mike Boehner
Mike Boehner finished the year with 371 points, totaling out to two wins. Following behind him was David Ruff with 319 points and Marko Perivolaris with 309 points.
Boehner’s two wins came at the Phoenix double header event.
Super Street – Trevor Larson
Trevor Larson finished the season with 352 points and only five events! Following behind him was Ryan Giacone with 298 points and Andrew Olsen with 287 points.
Larson didn’t even start his season until late September and found his way to one divisional win at St. Louis and one quarter-final finish at Las Vegas.
Top Dragster – Dan Naylor
Dan Naylor finished the season with 343 points, totaling out to one divisional win. Following behind him was Steve Casner with 312 points and Ed Olpin with 290 points.
Naylor’s win came at Phoenix.
Top Sportsman – Bryan Warr
Bryan Warr finished the year with 307 points, totaling out to three runner-up finishes. Following behind him was Joe Roubicek with 305 points and Ken Ratzloff with 282 points.
Warr’s three runner-up finishes came at Sonoma, Yellowstone, and Las Vegas.
Sportsman Motorcycle – Thomas Medlin
Thomas Medlin finished the season with 370 points, totaling out to three wins and one runner-up. Following behind him was Larry Mota with 307 points and Kahea Woods Jr with 273 points.
Medlin’s three wins came at the Sonoma double header and Phoenix. His runner-up came at Las Vegas.
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