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Saturday, June 22, 2024

WDRA Summit World Championships Produce National Top Ten List

WDRA releases the National Top Ten standings for the Box, No Box, Sportsman, and Junior Dragster classes following the WDRA Summit World Championships presented by SunCoast Performance. 

SPRINGFIELD, IL – The WDRA has crowned its inaugural Summit Sportsman Drag Racing Series World Champions and is now proud to release the national top ten standings. These 2023 rankings reflect the driver’s performance and overall finish at the Summit World Championships. In some cases, positions were determined by the best losing package of that round to determine final positions.

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A total of nineteen different tracks had drivers finish in the top ten with five tracks (Farmington, Darlington, Empire, Prescott, and Union) placing three drivers in the top ten. Another five tracks (Mid-Michigan, US 131, Kinston, North Florida, and Eddyville) placed two of their racers in the top ten. Six drivers who won their respective class at a Summit Bracket Finals event went on to finish in the top ten with two from the Midwest and two from the Southeast event leading the pack. 

The state of Michigan staked its claim as the top bracket racing state thanks to the performance of Mid Michigan Motorplex and US 131 Motorsports Park racers. Both tracks boasted World Championship titles (in Junior Dragster and No Box) and captured second place in the Box and Junior classes.

Congratulations to all WDRA member tracks and racers for an outstanding year and an excellent showing at the Summit World Championships. Each driver can be proud of their ranking as it was most certainly well-deserved. 

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BOXNO BOXSPORTSMANJUNIOR DRAGSTER
1MATTHEW MCDANIEL
(Farmington)
DONNIE HAGAR
(US 131)
ROBBIE PHILBECK
(Union)
ALEX SELLECK
(Mid Michigan)
2JARED LEDFORD
(Mid Michigan)
BRANDON IAMELE
(Empire)
BRANDON COX
(Keystone)
EVAN MUCHLER
(US 131)
3KEVIN CRAWFORD
(Darlington)
TOMMY DUFF
(Kinston)
BRAD PERKINS
(Empire)
SAMANTHA CHATWOOD
(Shannonville Drags)
4KEVIN KNIGHT
(Northern Bracket Finals)
MIKE HOWELL
(Farmington)
JEFF TAYLOR
(Southeast Bracket Finals)
WESLEY CLARK
(Union)
5JEFF SOBCZYNSKI
(Empire)
JEFF KERL
(Lancaster)
VIRGINIA BOHANON
(Farmington)
PHILLIP JONES
(Prescott)
6PARKER DOTSON
(Southeast Bracket Finals)
CHARLIE WHITE
(Eastern Bracket Finals)
CHRIS BROOKS
(Prescott)
STEPHEN RODGERS
(Ware Shoals)
7RODNEY GOMES
(Grand Bend)
ALLAN HOLLOWAY
(Prescott)
RICK PITZER
(Eddyville)
GRACE VARNER
(North Florida)
8JARED MICETICH
(Midwest Bracket Finals)
KADEN JENKINS
(Union)
JERRY WHEATON
(Ubly)
MASON CREWS
(Darlington)
9TIM BUTLER
(Immokalee)
RICK VANWYHE
(Midwest Bracket Finals)
DUSTIN CARROLL
(Darlington)
CAMREN LAFFOON
(Eddyville)
10DAVID HALL
(Greer)
RICH KOMOR
(North Florida)
TOM BORGIA
(I-64)
ASHER CARROLL
(Kinston)

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