Seven drivers have seen their racing efforts at Mobile International Speedway and 5 Flags Speedway payoff with the points accumulated during the season.
The Gulf Coast Bomber Championship was earned by T J Williams, a Mississippi auctioneer who made it a point to be here on race day. He did not win a race all season, but
his combined points took him to the top.
Sportsmen on the other hand was dominated by Steve Buttrick, a Florida marine mechanic who made a habit of winning features at both locations…even when he choose to start in the rear. Steve made a lot of kids happy with his winning by giving away his trophy to someone in the stands.
The Pro Trucks ended their first season at 5 Flags, with Chopper Stagner racking up a few more points than Jay Jay Day when the points were tallied.
Super Stocks..Oakie Mason made it to all races at both venues, and grabbed the honors.
The Modifieds championship was won by Donnie Hamrac of Mobile
Bryce Dulabhan of Fairhope ended the season with the most combined points in the Pro Late Models.
Daniel Hemric of Charlotte was supreme in the Super Late Models.
The Gulf Coast totals are here on our web site, under the Standings tab on the MIS website, and under the Points tab on the 5 Flags site.
Thanks to all who raced at both tracks during the season!