The Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Northwest Division 6 crowned their champions at the end of 2021 with Ryan Warter leading the list.
NORTHWEST DIVISION 6 – The Northwest LODRS Division finished their season at the end of 2021 and crowned champions in each class.
Ryan Warter, Jody Lang, Kyle Rizzoli, Thomas Clark, Mike Coltrin, Gordon Boven, Cody Hiatt, Jake Neibauer, and Miles Hauer were all crowned champions in their respective classes after having gold worthy seasons!
Read the season recap below to meet the champions.
2021 Northwest Division 6 Champions
Competition Eliminator – Ryan Warter
Ryan Warter finished the year strong with 362 points, totaling out to a win at Seattle and Boise.
Ralph Van Paepeghem finished second with 222 points and John Edwards finished third with 202 points.
Super Stock – Jody Lang
Jody Lang finished the year with 421 points, totaling out to three runner-ups at Seattle and the Woodburn double.
Kyle Rizzoli finished second with 379 points and Len Schneider finished third with 248 points.
Stock Eliminator – Kyle Rizzoli
Kyle Rizzoli finished the year with 353 points, totaling out to a win at Phoenix with several late round finishes throughout the year.
Brad Burton finished second with 309 points and Peter Oliviero finished third with 298 points.
Super Comp – Thomas Clark
Thomas Clark finished the year with 352 points, totaling out to a win at Woodburn along with several late round finishes throughout the year.
Randy Beck finished second with 288 points and Chris Barton finished third with 279 points.
Super Gas – Mike Coltrin
Mike Coltrin finished the year with 334 points, totaling out to a win at Las Vegas and a runner-up at Seattle.
Michael Dalrymple finished second with 291 points and Chris Cannon finished third with 268 points.
Super Street – Gordon Boven
Gordon Boven finished the year with 375 points, totaling out to two runner-ups at the Montana double.
Gary Ermish finished second with 343 points and Chris Cannon II finished third with 321 points.
Top Dragster – Cody Hiatt
Cody Hiatt finished the year with 282 points, totaling out to a win at Montana along with several late round finishes throughout the year.
Ryan Carlson finished second with 281 points and Gerald Devenpeck finished third with 280 points.
Top Sportsman – Jake Neibauer
Jake Neibauer finished the year with 315 points, totaling out to a win at Boise along with several late round finishes throughout the year.
Doug Bracey finished second with 314 points and Darren Shank finished third with 284 points.
Sportsman Motorcycle – Miles Hauer
Miles Hauer finished the year with 338 points, totaling out to several late round finishes throughout the season.
Wesley Walker finished second with 253 points and Tom Misfeldt finished third with 207 points.
Megan Strassweg is a 23 year old Super Comp racer from Louisville, Kentucky. She races a 2015 American Dragster sponsored by Coolshirt Systems. Growing up at the racetrack, drag racing is all she has known and never plans to give up on it. Megan works with TB Promotions in promoting their races and keeping entries straight, as well as keeping their social media pages updated.