Bacon Win Rugged Indiana Sprint Week Crown for Second Time

By Richie Murray – USAC Media
SPEEDWAY, IN-If there’s one thing that this past week of racing reminded us, it’s that when the chips are down, Brady Bacon is on the rise.
The Broken Arrow, Okla. native’s second career USAC NOS Energy Drink Indiana Sprint Week Presented By Honest Abe Roofing championship came without a win throughout the seven-race series, but instead, was rooted in consistency and thriving through circumstances that would’ve derailed many others in their quest.
In round three at Lawrenceburg, he was light at the scales in tech inspection after qualifying, which forced him to start from the tail in all proceeding events throughout the evening. In the feature, he managed to make the biggest charge of the USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship season when he advanced from his 22nd starting position to finish third.
At Terre Haute, during round five of the series, with five laps remaining, his car had flipped just about 80 percent of the way over while running third, riding solely on his right front wheel for a brief moment before miraculously landing on all four wheels. Within the blink of an eye, he had fallen back to eighth, but quickly gathered himself and hustled back to a fourth-place finish.
In what turned out to be the series finale at Bloomington, Bacon raced to a seemingly smooth fourth place finish without any qualms and without a hitch – no pun intended. However, after the race when it was time to load up for the night, Bacon’s merchandise trailer dislodged from the hitch and rolled down the turn four hillside.
Just as all of Indiana Sprint Week seemed to go for Bacon, misfortune soon turned into good fortune. The trailer glided to a stop at the bottom of the hillside without touching anything, and pretty much nothing fell out of place on the inside with everything secure and still in its place.
What did fall into place was another championship run for Bacon, making him the 11th driver to achieve multiple Indiana Sprint Week titles after he corralled his first back in 2016. He joins a group which includes Chuck Amati, Kevin Thomas, J.J. Yeley, Dave Darland, Levi Jones, Cory Kruseman, Jon Stanbrough, Chris Windom, Bryan Clauson and Kevin Thomas Jr.
In all, Bacon totaled six top-five results in seven starts throughout Indiana Sprint Week, buoyed by a third in the Gas City opener, a second at Kokomo, another third at Lawrenceburg, a fourth at Terre Haute, a third at Lincoln Park and a fourth at Bloomington. Bacon’s only aberration of the week was a 16th at Circle City in which he clipped an infield tire while running second with eight laps to go.
Bacon assumed the top spot in the points just in time after Bloomington before rain forced cancellation of the scheduled finale the following night at Tri-State Speedway. In the end, Bacon was eight points better than Grant. While Grant attained four more points than Bacon in the seven feature events, it was the prelim points which pushed Bacon to the forefront, most notably a pair of fast qualifying efforts at Lincoln Park and Bloomington, which boosted him with six points apiece.
Bacon earned $10,000 as the 2023 Indiana Sprint Week champion, the third for the Dynamics, Inc. team who had previously won the title with driver Dave Darland in 1998 and with Bacon in 2016.
“It was a long and grueling week, as it always is, and it takes a huge number of people to make it possible for not only my team, but all of the teams and tracks involved,” Bacon stated. “I would first like to thank my wife, Xia Xianna, and my family for giving me the support I need to compete at this level and being there all the time.”
“My crew was amazing all week and worked their butts off,” Bacon continued. “Matt Hummel gave me a car that should have been on the podium every night.  Kaleb did a great job all week and is getting better each night. Another addition I have to thank is Lacey Doyle, who jumped right in and stepped up huge.”
Unique in Bacon’s effort throughout ISW was his rotating series of sponsors, which was launched in a “sponsor raffle” for individuals, fans and businesses to purchase tickets to help sponsor Bacon’s Sprint Week effort along with Longworth Properties, Mays-Shedd and Apex Spa Services, which all adorned the side of Bacon’s Triple X/Rider Chevy during the week.
Bacon’s total earnings throughout Indiana Sprint Week equaled $25,350 with all his winnings combined, and also earned a new helmet wrap courtesy of Hurricane Designs.
Furthermore, the top-eight in the final Indiana Sprint Week standings received point fund money:  Justin Grant ($4,000), Robert Ballou ($2,500), Kyle Cummins ($2,000), Emerson Axsom ($1,500), C.J. Leary ($1,250), Kevin Thomas Jr. ($1,000) and Shane Cottle ($750) in addition to their nightly feature finishing earnings and bonuses.
Outside of Bacon, several top-notch performances were turned in by a number of teams and drivers who reached new heights across the 36th annual event, which began in 1988.
In the opener at Gas City, Justin Grant earned a victory in the second closest finish in Indiana Sprint Week history when he passed Robert Ballou on the final lap to win by .005 of a second. In fact, Grant won three times throughout the week, coming up just short of becoming the first repeat ISW champion since Bryan Clauson in 2013-14.
Grant also was victorious in subsequent barnburners at Lawrenceburg and Terre Haute, which moved him into the top-five all-time in terms of Indiana Sprint Week feature victories with nine.
Two veteran racers returned to Indiana Sprint Week victory lane in 2023 with Kyle Cummins (Princeton, Ind.) taking round four to become the first multi-time USAC National Sprint Car winner at Circle City, both of which have come this year.
After a crash at Gas City destroyed his primary ride, C.J. Leary went back to the shop and rolled out a three-year-old car that had never been run, and promptly put it in victory lane during its first outing in round two at Kokomo.
Meanwhile, two more drivers added their names as first-time Indiana Sprint Week victors. In what became a familiar story during the week, Jake Swanson totaled his ride in a flip at Terre Haute while running third. The very next night, with another car his Team AZ crew had put together, the Anaheim, Calif. racer posted a “W” at Lincoln Park.
That same night at Lincoln Park, Emerson Axsom missed out on transferring to the feature, requiring the use of a provisional. By rule, provisional starters do not receive Indiana Sprint Week points, effectively ending Axsom’s shot at an ISW title after entering the night 23 points out of the lead in third. One night later at Bloomington, he parked his Clauson Marshall Newman No. 47BC in the winner’s circle.
As far as other notes of interest, the 58-car entry list for the opener at Gas City was the largest field for an Indiana Sprint Week round since 2005, right at the same spot at Gas City.
Ninety-five drivers participated in Indiana Sprint Week, with drivers hailing from 12 different United States: Indiana (50), California (11), Ohio (9), Arizona (6), Texas (4), Illinois (3), Pennsylvania (3), Alabama (1), Colorado (1), Kentucky (1), Michigan (1) and Missouri (1), plus four more from Australia.
Fourteen drivers started all seven feature events. Only nine of those drivers started every feature without the aid of a provisional: Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou, Shane Cottle, Kyle Cummins, Carson Garrett, Justin Grant, C.J. Leary, Mitchel Moles and Kevin Thomas Jr.
Several drivers earned their best career USAC National Sprint Car finishes during Indiana Sprint Week. Briggs Danner (Allentown, Pa.) led 14 laps and finished second at Bloomington, tying his previous best series result while also becoming just the third Pennsylvanian to finish inside the top-five during ISW after Frankie Kerr (4th at Bloomington in 1991) and Steve Surniak (5th at Paragon in 1998).
Carson Garrett (Littleton, Colo.) led six laps near the midway point at Kokomo en route to 3rd place result. Xavier Doney (Odessa, Mo.) led a race-high 17 laps and finished with his first career top-five at Circle City. Joey Amantea (Mount Pocono, Pa.) charged up through the field to finish 7th at Lawrenceburg after starting 18th.
Charles Davis Jr.’s 8th place run at Lincoln Park was the Buckeye, Ariz. native’s first top-ten result during Indiana Sprint Week since 2004, 19 years earlier when he took sixth at Lawrenceburg.
Perhaps the most talked about achievement of the week was Shane Cottle’s passing prowess. In seven starts, the Kansas, Ill. driver passed a grand total of 82 cars combined in heat races, semi-feature and feature events. To put it all into perspective, Brady Bacon passed the second most cars throughout the week – 49. That achievement earned Cottle the Indiana Sprint Week ProSource Passing Master award for the second consecutive year.
Incredibly, Cottle was the J & J Trucking Hard Charger in five of his seven starts this week: 22nd to 11th at Gas City; 20th to 8th at Kokomo; 12th to 3rd at Circle City, 17th to 7th at Terre Haute; and 22nd to 13th at Bloomington.
Champion: Brady Bacon
Most Wins: 3-Justin Grant
Most Laps Led: 78-Justin Grant
Most Top-Fives: 6-Brady Bacon
Most Top-Tens: 6-Emerson Axsom, Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou & Justin Grant
Most Fast Qualifying Times: 2-Brady Bacon & C.J. Leary
Most Heat Race Wins: 3-Robert Ballou, Carson Garrett, Mitchel Moles & Kevin Thomas Jr.
Most Feature Starts: 7-Emerson Axsom, Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou, Shane Cottle, Kyle Cummins, Carson Garrett, Justin Grant, C.J. Leary, Mitchel Moles, Logan Seavey, Chase Stockon, Jake Swanson, Kevin Thomas Jr. & Matt Westfall
Biggest Charge: July 23: Lawrenceburg Speedway – Brady Bacon (22nd to 3rd)
1.          474       Brady Bacon, Broken Arrow, Okla.
2           466       Justin Grant, Ione, Calif.
3           418       Robert Ballou, Rocklin, Calif.
4           403       Kyle Cummins, Princeton, Ind.
5           399       Emerson Axsom, Franklin, Ind.
6           371       C.J. Leary, Greenfield, Ind.
7           366       Kevin Thomas Jr., Cullman, Ala.
8           346       Shane Cottle, Kansas, Ill.
9           342       Jake Swanson, Anaheim, Calif.
10         340       Carson Garrett, Littleton, Colo.
11         327       Mitchel Moles, Raisin City, Calif.
12         314       Chase Stockon, Fort Branch, Ind.
13         306       Logan Seavey, Sutter, Calif.
14         267       Daison Pursley, Locust Grove, Okla.
15         254       Matt Westfall, Pleasant Hill, Ohio
16         190       Charles Davis Jr., Buckeye, Ariz.
17         182       Brandon Mattox, Terre Haute, Ind.
18         166       Brent Beauchamp, Fairland, Ind.
19         165       Joey Amantea, Mount Pocono, Pa.
20         164       Xavier Doney, Odessa, Mo.
21         152       Braxton Cummings, Bedford, Ind.
22         145       Briggs Danner, Allentown, Pa.
23         136       Geoff Ensign, Sebastopol, Calif.
24         135       Eddie Tafoya Jr., Chino Hills, Calif.
25         132       Sterling Cling, Tempe, Ariz.
26         113       Stevie Sussex, Tempe, Ariz.
27         101       Max Adams, Loomis, Calif.
28         99         Jadon Rogers, Worthington, Ind.
29         95         Travis Millar, Wandin North, Vic.
30         88         Alex Bright, Collegeville, Pa.
31         84         Justin Zimmerman, Athens, Texas
32         70         Troy Carey, Tullamore, N.S.W.
             70         Dalton Stevens, Scurry, Texas
34         68         Tye Mihocko, Peoria, Ariz.
35         67         Colten Cottle, Kansas, Ill.
36         50         Logan Calderwood, Goodyear, Ariz.
50         Tayte Williamson, Rushylvania, Ohio
38         49         Hunter Maddox, Bloomington, Ind.
39         48         Zack Pretorius, Yorktown, Ind.
40         41         Ricky Lewis, Camarillo, Calif.
41         41         Larry Kingseed Jr., Castalia, Ohio
42         40         Rylan Gray, Greenfield, Ind.
40         Kobe Simpson, Bonham, Texas
44         39         Jordan Kinser, Bloomington, Ind.
45         35         Brayden Fox, Avon, Ind.
46         34         Trey Osborne, Columbus, Ohio
47         30         Thomas Meseraull, San Jose, Calif.
48         30         Ryan Barr, Piqua, Ohio
30         Saban Bibent, Cincinnati, Ohio
30         Tim Creech, Greenfield, Ind.
30         Dave Darland, Lincoln, Ind.
52         20         Cole Bodine, Rossville, Ind.
20         Brayden Clark, Tipton, Ind.
20         Tyler Hewitt, Marion, Ind.
20         Dustin Ingle, Lima, Ohio
20         Jack James, Harlan, Ind.
20         Evan Mosley, Lapel, Ind.
20         Devan Myers, Delphi, Ind.
20         Alec Sipes, Springville, Ind.
20         Travis Thompson, Brazil, Ind.
20         Noah Whitehouse, Greenfield, Ind.
62         10         Harley Burns, Brazil, Ind.
10         Nathan Carle, West Harrison, Ind.
10         Scott Evans, Rhome, Texas
10         Parker Frederickson, Kokomo, Ind.
10         Ivan Glotzbach, Fillmore, Ind.
10         Matt Goodnight, Winchester, Ind.
10         Colin Grissom, Anderson, Ind.
10         Tony Helton, Cloverdale, Ind.
10         Todd Hobson, Clyde, Vic.
10         Johnny Ivers, Vincennes, Ind.
10         Kyle Johnson, Greencastle, Ind.
10         Tyler Kendall, Connersville, Ind.
10         Matt McDonald, Brownsburg, Ind.
10         Justin Meneely, Brazil, Ind.
10         Tyler Miller, Kokomo, Ind.
10         Todd Moule, Heathcote, Vic.
10         Brian Ruhlman, Clark Lake, Mich.
10         Bryar Schroeter, Kokomo, Ind.
10         Jake Scott, Morgantown, Ind.
10         Kyle Shipley, El Mirage, Ariz.
10         Brady Short, Bedford, Ind.
10         John Sluss, Indianapolis, Ind.
10         Marcus Smith, Tracy, Calif.
85.        0           Stan Beadles, Owensville, Ind.
0           Dustin Beck, Petersburg, Ind.
0           Donny Brackett, Fort Branch, Ind.
0           Aric Gentry, Robards, Ky.
0           J.J. Hughes, Jasper, Ind.
0           Kayla Roell, Dillsboro, Ind.
0           Kendall Ruble, Vincennes, Ind.
0           Adyn Schmidt, Haubstadt, Ind.
0           Stephen Schnapf, Newburgh, Ind.
0           Sam Scott, Patoka, Ind.
0           Eddie Vancil, Olney, Ill.
July 21: Gas City I-69 Speedway | Gas City, IN
WINNER: Justin Grant (TOPP Motorsports #4)
July 22: Kokomo Speedway | Kokomo, IN
WINNER: C.J. Leary (BGE Dougherty Motorsports #15x)
July 23: Lawrenceburg Speedway | Lawrenceburg, IN
WINNER: Justin Grant (TOPP Motorsports #4)
July 24: Circle City Raceway | Indianapolis, IN
WINNER: Kyle Cummins (Rock Steady Racing #3R)
July 26: Terre Haute Action Track | Terre Haute, IN
WINNER: Justin Grant (TOPP Motorsports #4)
July 27: Lincoln Park Speedway | Putnamville, IN
WINNER: Jake Swanson (Team AZ Racing #21AZ)
July 28: Bloomington Speedway | Bloomington, IN
WINNER: Emerson Axsom (Clauson Marshall Newman Racing #47BC)
July 29: Tri-State Speedway | Haubstadt, IN
WINNER: Rained Out
3-Justin Grant (July 21 at Gas City I-69 Speedway, July 23 at Lawrenceburg Speedway & July 26 at the Terre Haute Action Track)
1-Emerson Axsom (July 28 at Bloomington Speedway)
1-Kyle Cummins (July 24 at Circle City Raceway)
1-C.J. Leary (July 22 at Kokomo Speedway)
1-Jake Swanson (July 27 at Lincoln Park Speedway)
78-Justin Grant
40-Jake Swanson
17-Brady Bacon & Xavier Doney
16-Emerson Axsom
14-Briggs Danner
11-Kyle Cummins
8-Carson Garrett & C.J. Leary
1-Robert Ballou
6-Brady Bacon
4-Emerson Axsom & Justin Grant
3-Kevin Thomas Jr.
2-Robert Ballou, Kyle Cummins, C.J. Leary, Logan Seavey, Chase Stockon & Jake Swanson
1-Shane Cottle, Briggs Danner, Xavier Doney, Carson Garrett, Mitchel Moles & Daison Pursley
6-Emerson Axsom, Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou & Justin Grant
5-Kyle Cummins
4-C.J. Leary, Logan Seavey, Jake Swanson & Kevin Thomas Jr.
3-Shane Cottle, Carson Garrett, Mitchel Moles, Daison Pursley & Chase Stockon
2-Charles Davis Jr. & Xavier Doney
1-Joey Amantea, Brent Beauchamp, Colten Cottle, Briggs Danner, Jadon Rogers & Matt Westfall
FAST QUALIFYING TIMES (Presented by Honest Abe Roofing)
2-Brady Bacon & C.J. Leary
1-Robert Ballou, Kyle Cummins & Brayden Fox
HEAT RACE WINS (Presented by Simpson Race Products, Rod End Supply, T.J. Forged & Car IQ)
3-Robert Ballou, Carson Garrett, Mitchel Moles & Kevin Thomas Jr.
2-Emerson Axsom, Charles Davis Jr., C.J. Leary & Chase Stockon
1-Brady Bacon, Colten Cottle, Kyle Cummins, Justin Grant, Larry Kingseed Jr., Brandon Mattox, Logan Seavey & Matt Westfall
SEMI WINS (Presented by Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts)
1-Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou, Kyle Cummins, C.J. Leary, Brandon Mattox, Jake Swanson & Matt Westfall
D-MAIN WINS (Presented by The Frolic Bar & Grill)
1-Brayden Clark & Rylan Gray
C-MAIN WINS (Presented by Steel-It)
1-Joey Amantea, Ivan Glotzbach & Dustin Ingle
7-Emerson Axsom, Brady Bacon, Robert Ballou, Shane Cottle, Kyle Cummins, Carson Garrett, Justin Grant, C.J. Leary, Mitchel Moles, Logan Seavey, Chase Stockon, Jake Swanson, Kevin Thomas Jr. & Matt Westfall
6-Daison Pursley
5-Brandon Mattox
4-Brent Beauchamp, Braxton Cummings & Charles Davis Jr.
3-Joey Amantea, Sterling Cling, Briggs Danner, Xavier Doney, Geoff Ensign & Eddie Tafoya Jr.
2-Max Adams, Alex Bright, Tye Mihocko, Jadon Rogers & Stevie Sussex
1-Colten Cottle, Brayden Fox, Larry Kingseed Jr., Jordan Kinser, Ricky Lewis, Hunter Maddox, Thomas Meseraull, Travis Millar, Trey Osborne, Zack Pretorius & Justin Zimmerman
HARD CHARGER OF THE RACE (Presented by J & J Trucking)
July 21: Gas City I-69 Speedway – Shane Cottle (22nd to 11th)
July 22: Kokomo Speedway – Shane Cottle (20th to 8th)
July 23: Lawrenceburg Speedway – Brady Bacon (22nd to 3rd)
July 24: Circle City Raceway – Shane Cottle (12th to 3rd)
July 26: Terre Haute Action Track – Shane Cottle (17th to 7th)
July 27: Lincoln Park Speedway – Brent Beauchamp (22nd to 10th)
July 28: Bloomington Speedway – Shane Cottle (22nd to 13th)
July 21: Gas City I-69 Speedway – Justin Grant
July 22: Kokomo Speedway – Jake Swanson
July 23: Lawrenceburg Speedway – Justin Grant
July 24: Circle City Raceway – Xavier Doney
July 26: Terre Haute Action Track – Brady Bacon
July 27: Lincoln Park Speedway – Jake Swanson
July 28: Bloomington Speedway – Briggs Danner
July 21: Gas City I-69 Speedway – Max Adams (11.680)
July 22: Kokomo Speedway – Daison Pursley (13.190)
July 23: Lawrenceburg Speedway – C.J. Leary (13.432)
July 24: Circle City Raceway – Brady Bacon (12.142)
July 26: Terre Haute Action Track – Robert Ballou (19.947)
July 27: Lincoln Park Speedway – Brady Bacon (12.587)
July 28: Bloomington Speedway – Shane Cottle (11.528)
HARD WORK AWARD (Slowest qualifier to transfer to the feature)
July 21: Gas City I-69 Speedway – Shane Cottle
July 22: Kokomo Speedway – Braxton Cummings
July 23: Lawrenceburg Speedway – Brady Bacon
July 24: Circle City Raceway – Matt Westfall
July 26: Terre Haute Action Track – Joey Amantea
July 27: Lincoln Park Speedway – Brent Beauchamp
July 28: Bloomington Speedway – Justin Zimmerman
1988: Randy Kinser/Bloomington, Ind.
1989: Chuck Amati/Freeman Spur, Ill.
1990: Chuck Amati/Freeman Spur, Ill. & Gary Trammell/Bloomington, Ind.
1991: Bob Kinser/Bloomington, Ind.
1992: Kevin Thomas/Danville, Ind.
1993: Kevin Thomas/Danville, Ind.
1994: Kelly Kinser/Bloomington, Ind.
1995: Kevin Thomas/Danville, Ind.
1996: Kevin Thomas/Danville, Ind.
1997: J.J. Yeley/Phoenix, Ariz.
1998: Dave Darland/Lincoln, Ind.
1999: Tony Elliott/Kokomo, Ind.
2000: Jay Drake/Val Verde, Calif.
2001: Dave Darland/Lincoln, Ind.
2002: Cory Kruseman/Ventura, Calif.
2003: J.J. Yeley/Phoenix, Ariz.
2004: Levi Jones/Olney, Ill.
2005: Cory Kruseman/Ventura, Calif.
2006: Jon Stanbrough/Avon, Ind.
2007: Dave Darland/Lincoln, Ind.
2008: Levi Jones/Olney, Ill.
2009: Levi Jones/Olney, Ill.
2010: Jon Stanbrough/Avon, Ind.
2011: Chris Windom/Canton, Ill.
2012: Levi Jones/Olney, Ill.
2013: Bryan Clauson/Noblesville, Ind.
2014: Bryan Clauson/Noblesville, Ind.
2015: Robert Ballou/Rocklin, Calif.
2016: Brady Bacon/Broken Arrow, Okla.
2017: Kevin Thomas Jr./Cullman, Ala.
2018: Chris Windom/Canton, Ill.
2019: C.J. Leary/Greenfield, Ind.
2020: Chase Stockon/Fort Branch, Ind.
2021: Kevin Thomas Jr./Cullman, Ala.
2022: Justin Grant/Ione, Calif.
2023: Brady Bacon/Broken Arrow, Okla.
20-Dave Darland
16-Jon Stanbrough
12-Cory Kruseman
9-Justin Grant & J.J. Yeley
7-Bryan Clauson, Kyle Cummins & C.J. Leary
6-Jay Drake, Danny Smith & Kevin Thomas Jr.
5-Robert Ballou, Kevin Briscoe, Tyler Courtney, Tony Elliott, Brady Short & Kevin Thomas
4-Brady Bacon, Jack Hewitt, Levi Jones, Kelly Kinser & Logan Seavey
3-Daron Clayton, Jerry Coons Jr., Tracy Hines & Hunter Schuerenberg
2-Chuck Amati, Shane Cottle, Kevin Doty, Tim Gee, Rick Hood, Bud Kaeding, Thomas Meseraull, Chase Stockon & Chris Windom
1-A.J. Anderson, Emerson Axsom, Brent Beauchamp, Jeff Bland Jr., Chad Boat, Derek Davidson, Cary Faas, Aaron Farney, Blake Fitzpatrick, Brad Fox, Dickie Gaines, Damion Gardner, Tray House, Bob Kinser, Mike Mann, Brad Marvel, Mitchel Moles, Mat Neely, Terry Pletch, Casey Riggs, Bill Rose, Carson Short, Mickey Smith, Jake Swanson, Brad Sweet, Tanner Thorson, Brian Tyler & Cole Whitt
431-Dave Darland
413-Jon Stanbrough
276-Cory Kruseman
217-Brady Bacon
216-Kevin Thomas Jr.
205-Robert Ballou & Justin Grant
187-J.J. Yeley
184-C.J. Leary
176-Jay Drake
173-Bryan Clauson
148-Chris Windom
124-Levi Jones
121-Tracy Hines
103-Kyle Cummins & Hunter Schuerenberg
101-Tyler Courtney
98-Kevin Briscoe
97-Brady Short
94-Jerry Coons Jr. & Logan Seavey
82-Jack Hewitt
80-Chase Stockon
76-Tony Elliott
68-Daron Clayton & Thomas Meseraull
63-Jake Swanson
57-Bud Kaeding
52-Brad Sweet
50-Shane Cottle & Derek Davidson
43-Cole Whitt
42-Chad Boespflug
38-Carson Short
36-Damion Gardner
35-Aaron Farney & Dickie Gaines
33-Josh Wise
30-Chad Boat & Brad Marvel
29-Mitchel Moles & Bill Rose
26-Robbie Rice, Stephen Schnapf & Scotty Weir
25-Brad Fox
24-John Memmer
23-Cary Faas & Brandon Petty
22-Darren Hagen, & Brian Tyler
21-A.J. Anderson, Brent Beauchamp, Briggs Danner & Eric Shively
20-Kevin Doty
18-Boston Reid
17-Xavier Doney
16-Emerson Axsom, Justin Marvel & Casey Riggs
14-Mike Mann & Wes McIntyre
13-Jeff Bland Jr.
12-Christopher Bell
11-Bobby Stines
10-Brian Hayden & Jason McDougal
9-Kevin Thomas
8-Carson Garrett, Mat Neely & Jimmy Sills
6-Jarett Andretti, Cole Bodine, Terry Pletch & Dustin Smith
5-John Wolfe
4-Kent Christian, Blake Fitzpatrick & Derek Scheffel
3-Keith Bloom Jr., Rickie Gaunt & Tanner Thorson
1-Jesse Hockett, Logan Jarrett, Rusty McClure, Dustin Morgan, Jadon Rogers, Jeremy Sherman & Jonathan Vennard
66-Dave Darland
51-Jon Stanbrough
45-Levi Jones
42-Brady Bacon
33-Tony Elliott & Chris Windom
32-Justin Grant
31-J.J. Yeley
29-Bryan Clauson
28-Robert Ballou & Kevin Thomas Jr.
27-Kevin Thomas
25-Shane Cottle & Cory Kruseman
24-C.J. Leary & Chase Stockon
20-Jerry Coons Jr.
19-Jay Drake & Tracy Hines
18-Kyle Cummins
15-Brady Short
14-Kevin Briscoe, Bill Rose & Hunter Schuerenberg
13-Tyler Courtney & Bud Kaeding
10-Jack Hewitt & Randy Kinser
9-Derek Davidson & Danny Smith
8-Damion Gardner, Brian Hayden, Bob Kinser, Kelly Kinser, Thomas Meseraull & Logan Seavey
7-Kevin Doty, Tim Gee, Darren Hagen, Tray House, Jason McDougal, Terry Pletch & Josh Wise
6-Chuck Amati, Chad Boespflug, Daron Clayton, Dickie Gaines, Mat Neely, Terry Shepherd, Brian Tyler, Scotty Weir & Cole Whitt
5-A.J. Anderson, Chad Boat & Joe Roush
4-Emerson Axsom, Mike Mann, Carson Short, Jake Swanson, Brad Sweet & Tanner Thorson
3-Jeff Bland Jr., Bobby East, Aaron Farney, Jesse Hockett, Rick Hood, Kevin Huntley, Tony Jarrett, Mitchel Moles, Dustin Morgan, Robbie Rice, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Gary Trammell & Jeff Walker
2-Brent Beauchamp, Christopher Bell, Larry Bland, Tom Chalk, Blake Fitzpatrick, Brad Fox, Jeff Gordon, Coleman Gulick, Kurt Hawkins, Justin Marvel, Rusty McClure, Dave Peperak, Boston Reid, Casey Riggs, Jon Sciscoe, John Scott, Jeremy Sherman, Eric Shively, Casey Shuman & Mike Spencer
1-Garrett Aitken, Jarett Andretti, Chris Beaver, Ryan Bernal, Keith Bloom Jr., Mike Bowling, Kent Christian, Hud Cone, Troy Cline, Briggs Danner, Xavier Doney, Mike English, Cary Faas, Gary Fisher, Josh Ford, Russ Gamester, Carson Garrett, Dink Glidden, Eric Gordon, Richard Griffin, Jonathan Hendrick, Josh Hodges, Blake Hollingsworth, Shane Hollingsworth, Danny Holtsclaw, A.J. Hopkins, Kasey Kahne, Doug Kalitta, Todd Kane, Todd Kelley, Mike Kirby, Frankie Kerr, Chris LaFollette, Troy Link, Brad Marvel, Brandon Mattox, Wes McIntyre, Joe Miller, Brandon Petty, Daison Pursley, Jadon Rogers, Joey Saldana, Derek Scheffel, Stephen Schnapf, Todd Shields, Jimmy Sills, Mickey Smith, Greg Staab, Steve Surniak, Tyler Thomas, Lee Underwood, Rick Ungar, Jonathan Vennard, Mike Ward, Matt Westfall, Rip Williams & Greg Wilson
98-Dave Darland
74-Jon Stanbrough
66-Levi Jones
64-Brady Bacon
59-Robert Ballou & Chris Windom
53-Shane Cottle & Justin Grant
48-Kevin Thomas Jr.
47-Chase Stockon
46-Jerry Coons Jr.
45-Bryan Clauson
43-Cory Kruseman & C.J. Leary
42-Tracy Hines
40-J.J. Yeley
39-Tony Elliott
34-Kyle Cummins
31-Jay Drake
30-Brady Short
24-Hunter Schuerenberg
21-Tyler Courtney, Damion Gardner, Bud Kaeding & Bill Rose
20-Kevin Thomas
19-Chad Boespflug
17-Kevin Briscoe & Scotty Weir
16-Derek Davidson, Darren Hagen & Brian Hayden
15-Thomas Meseraull & Logan Seavey
14-Dickie Gaines
13-Daron Clayton, Carson Short & Josh Wise
12-Kevin Doty & Jason McDougal
11-Mat Neely, Terry Pletch, Brad Sweet & Cole Whitt
10-Jake Swanson
9-A.J. Anderson, Emerson Axsom, Jack Hewitt, Josh Hodges & Jadon Rogers
8-Jarett Andretti & Jeff Bland Jr.
7-Brent Beauchamp, Chad Boat, Bobby East, Blake Fitzpatrick, Coleman Gulick, Todd Kane, Justin Marvel, Mitchel Moles, Boston Reid, Casey Shuman & Brian Tyler
6-Kent Christian, Troy Cline, Eric Shively, Ricky Stenhouse Jr. & Matt Westfall
5-Christopher Bell, Shane Hollingsworth, Tony Jarrett, Critter Malone, Dustin Morgan, Jeremy Sherman & Mike Spencer
4-Hud Cone, Charles Davis Jr., Aaron Farney, Jesse Hockett, A.J. Hopkins, Wes McIntyre, Brandon Petty, Robbie Rice, Brody Roa, Jimmy Sills, & John Wolfe
3-A.J. Anderson, Briggs Danner, Josh Ford, Brad Fox, Carson Garrett, Eric Gordon, Richard Griffin, Jonathan Hendrick, Dakota Jackson, Rusty McClure, Casey Riggs, Derek Scheffel, Jon Sciscoe, Neil Shepherd, Steve Surniak & Ryan Timms
2-Ryan Bernal, Eric Burns, Kenny Carmichael, Henry Clarke, Xavier Doney, Mike English, Danny Holtsclaw, Kasey Kahne, Mike Kirby, Jason Knoke, Chris LaFollette, Mike Mann, Brad Marvel, Brandon Mattox, Max McGhee, Tye Mihocko, Kevin Miller, Tim Montgomery, Billy Puterbaugh Jr., Kendall Ruble, Stephen Schnapf, John Scott, Tim Spindler, Kevin Swindell, Tyler Thomas, Richard Vander Weerd & Jeff Wilson
1-Max Adams, Garrett Aitken, Joey Amantea, Chris Beaver, Kevin Besecker, Keith Bloom Jr., Timmy Buckwalter, Brett Burdette, Mark Cassella, Mark Clark, Shane Cockrum, Chris Coers, Colten Cottle, Tim Cox, Zach Daum, Cary Faas, Nic Faas, Russ Gamester, Kurt Gross, Tom Hessert III, Tray House, J.J. Hughes, Kevin Huntley, Logan Jarrett, Marc Jessup, Chase Johnson, Doug Kalitta, Joey Kerr, Jimmy Light, Jason McCord, Matt Mitchell, Vince Osman, Richard Ott, Dave Peperak, Daison Pursley, Davey Ray, Jason Robbins, Kyle Robbins, Eric Roberts, Joe Roush, Alex Shanks, Corey Smith, Dustin Smith, Stevie Sussex, Tanner Thorson, Lee Underwood, Jonathan Vennard, Danny Williams Jr., Rip Williams, Greg Wilson & Kyle Wissmiller
12-Dave Darland
11-Brady Bacon
9-Justin Grant
8-Levi Jones
7-Tracy Hines, C.J. Leary, Jon Stanbrough, Kevin Thomas Jr. & J.J. Yeley
6-Daron Clayton & Richard Griffin
5-Bryan Clauson, Jerry Coons Jr., Tony Elliott, Mitchel Moles & Hunter Schuerenberg
4-Tyler Courtney & Jay Drake
3-Robert Ballou, Cory Kruseman, Carson Short, Chase Stockon, Brad Sweet & Josh Wise
2-Brent Beauchamp, Chad Boat, Chad Boespflug, Brayden Fox, Justin Marvel, Kevin Miller, Brandon Petty, Boston Reid, Logan Seavey, Tanner Thorson & Scotty Weir
1-Nick Bilbee, Keith Bloom Jr., Kevin Briscoe, Mark Cassella, Shane Cottle, Kyle Cummins, Derek Davidson, Kevin Doty, Bobby East, Nic Faas, Blake Fitzpatrick, Jared Fox, Damion Gardner, Rickie Gaunt, Darren Hagen, Jonathan Hendrick, Josh Hodges, Ray Kenens, Dustin Morgan, Mat Neely, Ande Possman, Jadon Rogers, Bill Rose, Neil Shepherd, Jeremy Sherman, Jimmy Sills, Ricky Stenhouse Jr., Kevin Thomas, Shawn Westerfeld, Rip Williams, Chris Windom, Mitch Wissmiller & John Wolfe
32-Dave Darland
30-Jon Stanbrough
31-Robert Ballou
26-Shane Cottle
20-Brady Bacon