Boone, Iowa - The 34th annual Super Nationals saw a record car count of 906, with 698 on Hoosier Tires. Drivers from a record-tying 27 states competing for a purse of $300,000 and another $60,000 in contingencies during the September 5-10 event.
Despite mother nature's best attempts to shorten the week with rainouts on Wednesday and Friday the field still completed all the necessary events, inluding an end time of 5:45am Thursday.
Hoosier Tire parked in victory lane for the Southern Sport Mods, Northern Sport Mods, Modified, Stock Cars, and Late Models.
Winners on Hoosier:
-Elijah Zevenbergen became a champion in his first Super Nationals attempt, winning the Stock Car title and $2,350.
-Doug Smith topped both the Northern SportMod feature and the BSB Manufacturing Race of Champions, taking home checks for $2,150 and $650.
Champions crowned earlier in the week were Jeffrey Abbey in the first-ever Southern SportMod show at Super Nationals and Jeff Aikey in the Late Models.
-Randy and Ryan McDaniel became the first father and son combination to race in the same Modified main event; Josh Most qualified for both the Modified and Late Model main events, Cayden Carter for both the Late Model and Stock Car shows.
For full race results visit IMCA
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