US Nationals Winners
It was another incredible weekend of racing filled with intense competition and unmatched cars at the 62nd Annual Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals. Each weekend, racers from near and far–new and old–get to come together and do what they love… but that doesn’t mean they’re willing to give back a win! Check out this week’s sportsman winners below.
Factory Stock Showdown:
Chris Holbrook earned the final round win in Factory Stock Showdown against Stephen Bell. Although he was later on the tree, his car pulled through giving him enough room and speed to take stripe by about 18 feet.
Kevin Self went head to head against Jason Coan in the Comp Eliminator final. Although Coan had the starting line advantage, he unfortunately made his worst pass of the weekend, thus allowing Self to take the win.
Ryan Haag scored his first ever national win in the Super Stock final against Sean Cour. Haag cut a great .006 light to Cour’s .071 and took stripe by .0618 seconds.
Jeff Lopez took home his fourth national event title during the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indy. With just one-thousandth of a second of a starting line advantage against his opponent, Charlie Downing, Lopez was able to take stripe by .0097 seconds.
Gary Stinnett won his 24th national event title during the Super Comp final with Greg Kamplain. Kamplain red lit by -.007, in turn, handing the win over to Stinnett.
Tommy Phillips earned his 37th national event Wally after the Super Gas final against Ray Miller III. Although Miller had the better light (his .007 to Phillips .017), Phillips was still able to pull ahead and take stripe by about 19 feet.