Friday, April 19, 2024

DragChamp Top 10 List – 9/21/22 Edition

Kyle Cultrera wins two 100 granders in a week to lead the DragChamp Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance

9/21/22 – DragChamp has accumulated the best performers over the weekend for the Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance. Check out the Top 10 List below to see how they ranked.

Racecar insurance is more affordable than you think! Laris Motorsports Insurance policies are handled in house so they can provide quotes within minutes and they offer the broadest coverage available. Call (985) 746-4663 today to learn how Laris Motorsports Insurance can protect your racing operation both on and off the track! If you’re a business owner, Laris also offers commercial insurance. Protect your business with a trusted name.

Want to check out previous Top 10 Lists, click here.

DragChamp Top 10 List Logo

DragChamp Top 10 List

1 – Kyle Cultrera

Kyle Cultrera jumps to the #1 spot this week after posting back-to-back $100K victories! Cultrera collected his third $100K victory and second in eight days at the SFG Superbowl of Bracket Racing. His Darlington victory came just a few days after winning $100K at the Summer Fling.

2 – Donovan Williams

Donovan williams
photo by Lou Crouch

Speaking of $100K victories, Donovan Williams, son of bracket racing legend Gary Williams, earned his second $100K victory of the season when he won the SFG $100K Friday night. The previous night he lost in the semifinals to his uncle Troy in the Thursday $15K Warm Up race. Donovan also won a 50 grander in June at the SFG Half Million.

3 – Bo Butner

Bo Butner knows how to drive just about anything with wheels and he proved it by racing to back-to-back Super Gas titles at the NHRA U.S. Nationals and the Pep Boys Nationals at Maple Grove. Butner has won on the biggest stages in bracket racing, NHRA sportsman classes, and in the NHRA Pro Stock class.

4 – Cody Spears

Cody Spears $10k footbrake fest Greer dragway

Cody Spears makes a return appearance on the Top 10 List after a short dry spell. Spears raced himself in a $10K final at Greer Dragway for his first big win in his S-dime!

5 – Rayce Kidd

photo by Lou Crouch

West Coast bracket racing ace Rayce Kidd cashed for 50 large on Sunday at the SFG Superbowl of Bracket Racing in Darlington. Kidd, a frequent winner west of the Mississippi, made several deep runs a week earlier at the Summer Fling which carried over the to SFG Superbowl.

6 – Mike Fornwalt

Mike Fornwalt grabbed our attention this week after footbraking his street car to the Box Gamblers victory at the IHRA Division 3 Summit Team Finals on Friday. In addition, he also made the final in the No-Box Gamblers race on Friday. Fornwalt was wired to the tree as he reeled off a string of .013 or better lights in 9 of his 13 rounds Friday.

7 – Troy Williams Jr.

Troy Williams jr

Although he didn’t cash the largest paycheck of the weekend, Troy Williams Jr. did beat a field of almost 400 cars to win the $15K Warm Up at the SFG Superbowl. He even stopped his red-hot nephew Donovan in the semifinals.

8 – Stephen Verrett

Stephen Verrett raced to back-to-back $5K victories in his Chevy II to grab the eight spot this week.

9 – Matt Ward

Matt Ward snags the #9 spot this week after doubling up at the Super Chevy Show at Rockingham Dragway.

10 – Kevin Twardowski

Kevin Twardowski raced his bike to two victories at the IHRA D3 Team Finals. Twardowski won the D3 championship and followed with a Gamblers win on Sunday.

10 – Zach Clarke

Zach Clarke had a weekend of redemption after doubling up in Fallon, Nevada. A year ago, Clarke was air-lifted from the track after a bad accident. Fast forward a year later and he rode to the ET Challenge Wally win and the ET Motorcycle win.

Shout Outs

Danny Hoff gets a shout out this week after racing his Telsa to the doorcar final and semifinals of the SFG $100K main event.

Trish Witt made two final round appearances on the weekend in her Camaro. She won the 64 Car Shootout at the Coastal Clash and was runner-up in the $5K main event.

Kyle Rumley drove Goldie to a win in No-Box and a runner-up in Top at Gleason Raceway Park.

Steven Barnett made two final round appearances at the BTE King of the Coast bracket series. He earned a win and a runner-up in Super Pro on the weekend.

Logan Scrivner continues to shine in his first season since graduating from Jr.’s. Scrivner picked up a win in Super Pro and a runner-up in the Super Quick series at Woodburn to cap off yet another impressive weekend in his dragster.

Let us know what you think about the DragChamp Top 10 List. We want to hear from you. Check us out on Facebook and share it with your friends.

DragChamp Logo

And remember, look for our DragChamp Top 10 List nominations Facebook post every Monday evening. You can nominate your favorites in the comments of the post for consideration on the list.

DragChamp is your online source for sportsman drag race results, news, and updates.

Leave a Reply

Click here to join our newsletter.