Pro Truck & Late Models Race for a championship this weekend at CNS

September 21st, 2022
Last weekend Colorado National Speedway saw its first two champions crowned, Kyle Clegg in the Grand American Modifieds & Kyle Carrasco in the Pure Stocks. Click here to read the recap.
This Saturday, in addition to the much anticipated Outlaw Figure 8’s, we will be awarding two more championships in the Matco Tools Pro Trucks & Galitz Transportation Late Models.

MATCO TOOLS PRO TRUCKS
This season the Pro Trucks have been very competitive, with 4 different winners in 7 races. #82 Michael Scott has the most victories with 3 & #65 Chris Eggleston grabbing a win on the season, with neither Scott or Eggleston competing for the championship it will be decided by whoever has been the most consistent over the season.
Heading into Saturday, just 8 points separate the top 3 competitors.
Top 5 in Points
7 Adam Deines - 232 (2 Wins, 7 Top 5, 7 Top 10)
22 Brian Yackey - 228 (1 Win, 5 Top 5, 7 Top 10)
9 Curtis Heldenbrand - 224 (0 Wins, 5 Top 5, 7 Top 10)
50 Tyler Wiggans - 192 (0 Wins, 3 Top 5, 6 Top 10)
85 Jeff Walbaum - 187 (0 Wins, 2 Top 5, 6 Top 10)

Rookie Of the Year:

This years rookie of the year battle will come down to the wire with 10 points separating two drivers competing for ROTY.
#90 Chasen Groff (6 Starts, 1 Top 10)
#88 Paul Himler (6 Starts, 0 Top 10)

In 2021, #22 Brian Yackey took home the championship, will he be able to go back to back or will Adam Deines capture his 3rd Pro Truck Championship?


GALITZ TRANSPORTATION LATE MODELS
The Late Models have been ultra competitive this season with 5 different winners in 8 races. 7 of the 8 wins are from drivers that are inside the top 5 in the points heading into Saturday. #76 Chad Cowen is the only other driver to visit victory lane not inside the top 5 in points. Much like the Grand American Modifieds, the top 2 drivers in points are separated by 1 point, with the top 4 separated by only 20 points.
Top 5 in Points
8 Dan Alamaa - 253 (3 Wins, 7 Top 5, 8 Top 10)
98 Lee Kemmit - 252 (0 Wins, 6 Top 5, 8 Top 10)
31 Rick Smith - 244 (1 Win, 7 Top 5, 8 Top 10)
15 Michael Hannah - 233 (2 Wins, 6 Top 5, 8 Top 10)
6 Tommy Roe - 191 (1 Win, 2 Top 5, 7 Top 10)

#8 Dan Alamaa & #15 Michael Hannah are both looking to win their first Late Model Championship, while #98 Lee Kemmit is trying to win his 3rd, along with #31 Rick Smith, who is looking to become a champion for the 3rd straight year & 4th overall title in the division.

Rookie Of The Year:
The Late Model Rookie of the Year battle is between two drivers A51 Matthew Hill & #63 James Starcher. Hill has a 29 point lead in the ROTY battle over Starcher heading into Saturday’s Finale.
A51 Matthew Hill (6 Starts, 1 Top 10)
#63 James Starcher (3 Starts, 0 Top 10)

Don’t miss all the action this Saturday Night during MATCO Tools Championship night, it is going to be a night to remember. Get your tickets online by clicking here or visit at our main ticket office to purchase yours on the day of the race as we always have plenty of tickets available.

Chris Cox Outlaw Figure at Colorado National Speedway 9/24/22