By Tyler Hooks
Ryan Maifield, Joe Bornhorst, and Dakotah Phend are your National Champions. All three drivers were able to translate their top qualifying positions to wins after just two mains.
In Ebuggy, Ryan Maifield would take the win in the first 2 mains to take the title. Spencer Rivkin would take the win in the third main securing the 2nd place spot. Dakotah Phend and Jared Tebo would tie for 3rd with Phend winning the tie breaker to take the 4th place spot which would force Tebo to settle for 4th. Ryan Lutz would finish 5th with 3/6 scores.
Joe Bornhorst would take the win in Etruggy after winning the first 2 mains. Dakotah Phend would take the A3 win for 2nd overall. Ryan Maifield would finish 3rd with 2/2 finishes. Ryan Cavalieri and Spencer Rivkin would tie for 4th with Cavalieri winning the tie breaker leaving Rivkin with 5th.
In Short Course Dakotah Phend would take the win in the first two mains. Tebo would take the win in the final main for 2nd overall. Bornhorst and Lutz would tie for 3rd with Bornhorst taking the tie breaker which would keep Lutz just off the podium in 4th. Jacob Hardison would finish 5th overall.
Finally in Masters Ebuggy, James Henry would be the only driver to upset the TQ, taking the win over Ronald Gereshenski in 2nd and Kevin Mummah in 3rd. Joe Fiocca and Daryl Stokley would round out the top 5.