SUPRS History

The Supermodified Ultimate Pavement Racing Series, (SUPRS), was formed in 2004. Since then we’ve accumulated a lot of supermodified sim racing history and it’s been great! Below you will find month by month, year by year documentation of highlights from our history.

Below that you will find lists of our champions, and winners of every major race and multi-race swing we run. We’ve linked them all at the top of page so that you can quickly navigate to each year and event. To return to the top of this page, click the ‘up arrow’ in the lower right hand corner of your screen.

At the bottom of the page you can see a visual history of our mods.

SUPRS Gold Crest Champions

Wing:Season, Mid-Season

Non-Wing:Season, Mid-Season

SUPRS Silver Crest Champions
Rookies of the Year

SUPRS History by Date

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
2014 2015  2016  2017  

SUPRS History by Event

SUPRS Triple Crown Events presented by Icings on Top:

Marquee Events :

Wing

Non-Wing

Cherry Breaker Rising Star
SUPRSNationals Mr. Online Supermodified

Memorial Events:

Wing

Non-Wing

Dion Parish Memorial 62 The Whistler Pete Trenca Memorial
Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Jim Shampine Memorial
Billy Vukovich III Classic  
Terry Gibson Memorial  

Major Events:

Wing

Non-Wing

Harvest of Speed Port City Opener
SUPRS Copper World Classic SUPRS Copper World Classic
Crazy Canuck Snowball Derby  

Multi-Race Swings

Wing

Non-Wing

North Carolina Swing Indiana Supermod Week
Florida Speedweeks  
Keystone Nationals  
Indyana Supermod Challenge  
Empire State Super Series  
   

November 2004 – SUPRS Series born, Bobby Gangwer assumes League Director’s role while John Davidson assumes Assistant Director/Webmaster role. An ambitious 38 winged racing schedule is formulated and racing begins using the PSTM Mod from DRT. Initial league membership begins with 4 members.

January 2005 – SUPRS comes into contact with Mod designer Kevin Marine (Shaker Designs) and the first winged supermodified is tested and used in SUPRS race events. SUPRS receives use of its first dedicated server from Burn Boys Gaming/Truly Unique Computers.

February 2005 – Real Supermodified driver Joey Payne Jr joins SUPRS to race and help Shaker Designs with releasing a more realistic supermodified model.

March 2005 – SUPRS Membership soars. Peaking with a record 20 racers for certain events. SUPRS winged season comes to a close with John Davidson its first champion.

April 2005 – SUPRS institutes its “donate to race” policy by offering 2 types of membership into the league. These donations go to the Dion Parish Memorial Benevolent Fund for Supermodifieds with a separate account set up for prizes for its members.

May 2005 – Shaker Designs begins development of a Non-Winged supermodified for use to SUPRS and testing begins. The league runs a short spring season at Jennerstown Speedway starting on May 25th with JP Curry winning the first ever Non-Wing event held for SUPRS.

June 2005 – SUPRS begins Non-Winged supermodified racing for Season Points Championship at Jennerstown Speedway. SUPRS releases a 10 race schedule for summer racing.  19 drivers are in attendance for first event, (The Independence Day Twin 25s) and John Davidson and Sean Gibbs pick up the feature victories. SUPRS awards real supermodified pilot Jon Henes at Kalamazoo Speedway MSA event in honor of Dion Parish.

July 2005 – SUPRS members lead by League Director Bobby Gangwer stage a get together/party for the Hy-Miler Nationals at Sandusky Speedway.

August 2005 – Shaker Designs begins work on a new Winged supermodified for SUPRS.

September 2005 – SNM servers replaces Truly Unique Computers as the host for the SUPRS dedicated racing server. Oswego Classic sees many SUPRS members gather to meet, greet and take pictures. Sean Gibbs wins “The Whistler” Pete Trenca Memorial 63 over 18 other drivers. Inaugural Topless! 125 goes to John Davidson after a torrid battle with Jim Crannell. Crannell wins the 2005 SUPRS Non-Wing Season Championship.

November 2005 – SUPRS reaches 1-year-old. SUPRS begins Winged racing series 05-06. Real supermodified racer; Randy Ritskes joins SUPRS. Veteran online racer Bud Flath becomes the Race Director for SUPRS.

January 2006 – SUPRS Welcomes real supermodified racer Lou Cicconi. SUPRS donates to Sim Racing Against Cancer. SUPRS secures Fusion Custom Graphics as a Race Sponsor.

February 2006 – SUPRS welcomes Ada Automotive in Ada, MI as the title sponsor for Florida Speedweeks. SUPRS also welcomes real supermodified racers – Randy Burch and Matt Palmer. SUPRS achieves its largest field to date when 23 pilots signed in for the start of Florida Speedweeks.

March 2006 – SUPRS welcomes Tamarack Golf Club in Oswego, NY as Race Sponsor. SUPRS returns to Truly Unique Computers for its dedicated race server.

April 2006 – SUPRS concludes its 2nd Winged Racing Season as John SFJ Davidson repeats as champion.

May 2006 – SUPRS names True Henderson as Admin/Secretary. SUPRS donates a small gift to the 360 Supermodified Driver David Gassett for his son Chase who is battling an illness.

June 2006 – SUPRS begins Non-Wing Season two with a 16 race schedule. Defending NW Champ Jim Crannell wins first race of season. SUPRS runs its first Jim Shampine Memorial to honor supermodified innovator, Oswego Speedway Track Champion, and ISMA co-founder Jim Shampine. Dave Soja wins the inaugural race. SUPRS welcomes real supermodified driver Doug Heveron.

July 2006 – SUPRS records its largest field to date with 26 pilots signing into race. Curt Kern becomes SUPRS Race Director. SUPRS donates to one of its own “Jersey Jet” Joey Payne after a horrific accident at Jennerstown in a midget after which they cut his driver’s suit. Payne suffered head injuries but recovered fully. Kris Heveron and Gary Waldron win the Independence Day Twins. SUPRS welcomes Brad Quesnell to SUPRS and work begins on a new winged supermodified mod for the winged season.

August 2006 – SUPRS donates to another of its own; Randy Ritskes after a big accident at an ISMA race in Waterford, CT. Ritskes suffered a broken wrist and other injuries but recovered fully. Kris Heveron wins “The Whistler” Pete Trenca Memorial. Ray Sand, Jr. wins his first ever NW race on 8/9. SUPRS has a banner and stickers completed for its members.

September 2006 – Largest ever gathering of SUPRS members takes place at the biggest supermodified show in the nation at Oswego Speedway in NY. Tom Heveron’s Beachland Cleaning Services sponsors the Topless! 200. Chris Nicastro wins Rising Star race for first non-wing win. John Davidson defends his Topless! 200 crown and wins the 2006 points battle. SUPRS thanks Tom Heveron and Beachland Cleaning Services for sponsoring the Topless! 200. SUPRS sends small gifts to Chase Gassett and WSSRL’s Jim Pasquin. Real supermodified racer Dave Shullick, Jr. joins SUPRS. SUPRS donates a small sum to Oswego racer Otto Sitterly after a hard crash at the Oswego Speedway International Classic 200.

October 2006 – Real supermodified pilots Charlie Schultz, Jon Henes & Matt Palmer join SUPRS. SUPRS begins its 3rd Winged Championship Schedule. SUPRS donates to the ISMA.

November 2006 – SUPRS reaches 2 years old. Real Supermodified pilot; Danny Kapuscinski joins SUPRS. SUPRS  forms a rookie league for its new members. SUPRS thanks Tom Heveron and HGI for sponsoring the Randy Witkum Memorial. Oswego & Sandusky Speedway tracks now under development by Flash!

December 2006 – SUPRS Growth continues with over 40 active members. Including several top-notch drivers coming from DRT.

January 2007 – Ada Automotive, MCSRacing.net, Beachland Cleaning Services, Showplace Landscaping, and HGI step up to sponsor several big races for SUPRS.

February 2007 – ASA/NSRA, Tamarack Golf Club, and Phone Zone all step up to sponsor big events for SUPRS.

March 2007 – SUPRS crowns is first Rookie of the Year: Patrick Sommers.

April 2007 –Third season of Wing Championship Season comes to a close with first time champion: Myles Maxon. Ray Sand Jr captures the prestigious Summit Classic after leading ALL 125 laps!

May 2007 – SUPRS Assistant Director John Davidson awards ASA/WSSRL Driver Jeff Russell a supermodified dedication award for SUPRS at the Vukovich Classic at Madera.

June 2007 – SUPRS separates into 2 divisions with the rookies and new members being placed in the Silver Crest Division and long-standing members racing in the Gold Crest Division as the 3rd Non-wing season gets underway. The season opens with the 2nd Annual Jim Shampine Memorial on 6/12 which is won by Myles Maxon after starting in 15th place. Kris Heveron starts a four race win streak that doesn’t stop until the third week of July.
SUPRS Awards the Dion Parish Perseverance Award to ISMA pilot: Bobby Haynes Jr. SUPRS sends a small donation to injured 350 supermodified driver: John Leonard.

July 2007 – Kris Heveron wins both features of Independence Day Twins. Thomas Video sponsors a SUPRS Race Event. 2005 NW Champion Jim Crannell finally breaks Heveron’s stranglehold on victory lane with a win on 7/17.

August 2007 – Ray Sand, Jr. makes his way back to NW victory lane after almost a full year when he wins “The Whistler” Pete Trenca Memorial. Beachland Cleaning Services of Florida renews sponsorship of the Topless! 125.

September 2007 – Many SUPRS members gather at Oswego Speedway for Classic weekend get-together. Brian Finnegan caps off the Silver Crest Division Championship for the Non-Wing Season and wins the Rising Star 50. Kris Heveron is crowned Gold Crest Division Champion of the 2007 Non-Wing Season. The season ending Topless! 125 is increased to 200 laps to better emulate the International Classic 200 at Oswego Speedway. Myles Maxon wins a very competitive Topless! 200 in which Tom Heveron leads 117 laps and has four different leaders total including Season Champion Kris Heveron and Ray Sand, Jr.

October 2007 – SUPRS kicks off the 4th Season of Winged supermodified racing with a new mod from Quesnell Designs.

November 2007 – SUPRS welcomes “Cleaning for a Reason” as title sponsor for the Keystone Nationals on behalf of Tom Heveron. Several SUPRS members from coast to coast gather for the East vs West Shoot-Out at Concord NC and a group shot of all the supermodified racers present is taken with the SUPRS banner as a backdrop.

December 2007 – SUPRS closes out 2007 with sponsored races by M40 Speedway and Twisted Metal Fabrications.

January 2008 – SUPRS welcomes 2007 WSSRL Champion Martin McKeefery to the league. 23 SUPRS Members race at the Cayuga Pro-Am.

February 2008 – HGI continues sponsorship of Florida Speedweeks and Myles Maxon is crowned Speedweeks Champion. Tamarack Golf Club and the Maine-iacks also sponsor races.

March 2008 – Sponsored races by Jesken Graphics, RW Woodworking, and Drive-In Web Design

April 2008 – Jamie Hartley becomes the first Canadian SUPRS Champion by taking the Silver Crest Division Crown. Sponsored races by London Honda and Jesken Graphics. Ray Sand, Jr. caps off a banner winged Gold Crest Division Season with a Summit Classic 125 win then goes on to capture  and the Gold Crest Non-Wing Season Championship.

May 2008 – John Davidson wins the Empire State Super Series. Non-Wing supermodifieds courtesy of Quesnell Designs are finished and ready to be run. Oswego Speedway in the last stages of testing.

June 2008 – Oswego Speedway is completed by Flash. Sandusky Speedway now in development. 2008 Non-Wing Season kicks off for Gold Crest and Silver Crest Divisions with the home track moving from Jennerstown Speedway to Oswego Speedway. Myles Maxon wins the Jim Shampine Memorial. Gold Crest events to be sponsored by Supermodified Scorecard.com, Showplace Landscaping, MCS Racing, and Beachland Cleaning Services.

July 2008 – Largest off-line SUPRS gathering ever happens at the Hy-Miler Supermodified Nationals in Sandusky, OH. Over 350 meals served each night with donations going to Ryan Gibson Scholarship Fund for a total of over $1,700 raised.

August 2008 – Jamie Hartley becomes first Canadian winner of the Beachland Cleaning Services Topless! 200, while Kris Heveron repeats as Gold Crest Division Non-Wing Champion. Dave Biro III wins the Silver Crest Division Non-Wing Championship.

September 2008 – SUPRS members gather at Oswego Speedway for International Classic Weekend and have a group shot taken with real supermodified racers on the start-finish line after the race. Sandusky Speedway released in beta form by Flash. SUPRS mod version 4 released for 08-09 winged season by Quesnell Designs.

October 2008 – Real supermodified driver Randy Burch is awarded the Dion Parish Perseverance award. 18 racers checked in for the Silver Crest Division opener at LaPorte for a new record. A record 31 drivers sign in for the Dion Parish Memorial Pro-Am race.

November 2008 – Speed Meets Art.com joins SUPRS as a sponsor.

December 2008 – SUPRS Silver Division continues growing into record numbers. Sandusky Speedway is released by Flash.

January 2009 –Myles Maxon wins the inaugural  Terry Gibson Memorial 100 at Sandusky Speedway. Star Speedway in development by Flash.

February 2009 –Summit Classic to be run at Cayuga Speedway for the first time ever. Kris Heveron is crowned SUPRS Florida Speedweeks Champion with race wins going to John Davidson, Dave Biro III, Jamie Hartley and Heveron. Ray Sand, Jr. wins the prestigious Billy Vukovich III Classic.

March 2009 – SUPRS makes various charitable donations to super families in need. Gary Waldron makes history becoming the first person to win the Randy Witkum Memorial at Jennerstown more than once and first person to ever lead the prestigious race from green to checker. Steve Callahan wins Keystone Nationals.

April 2009 – Ray Sand, Jr. becomes a two-time and back to back Gold Crest Wing Champion by claiming 2008-09 Gold Crest Division Winged Series. Sand, Jr. and Myles Maxon wage epic back and forth battle all year. Rob Warren cops the 2008-09 Silver Crest Division Wing Championship.

May 2009 – Silver Crest Division Director Myles Maxon heads up the Summer Series for Modifieds.

June 2009 – Gold Crest Division kicks off its 5th non-wing season, while Silver Crest Division kicks off its 3rd season.

July 2009 – SUPRS Member Rob Warren completes the mobile pods for the purpose of gaining more donations and members. The pods first use begins at one of SUPRS biggest donation drives as a part of the Hy-Miler Nationals at Sandusky Speedway.

August 2009 –Sean Calhoun captures the Silver Crest Division Non-Winged Championship. Devin Gee captures the Gold Crest Division Non-Winged Championship. Silver Crest Division Racer JR Radcliff dominates Topless! 200.

September 2009 –Gene Lee Gibson is awarded the Dion Parish Perseverance Award.

October 2009 – SUPRS Kicks off its 6th Winged Season.

November 2009 – Through the SUPRS Pod program by Rob Warren, SUPRS is able to give $250 to help in the recovery of Stephen Gioia III. SUPRS also donates to ISMA as a point fund sponsor.

December 2009 –Stafford Motor Speedway completed by Flash.

January 2010 – SUPRS Still Alive and Kicking

February 2010 – Bobby G. wins Billy Vukovich III Classic, “Mighty” Myles Maxon cops Florida Speedweeks.

March 2010 – The “X-Man” Chad Phelps wins his first ever feature and it’s a big one-the SUPRS Copper World Classic. “Mighty” Myles Maxon keeps racking up the wins. Takes Randy Witkum Memorial and Keystone Nationals to pad his point lead.

April 2010 – “Mighty” Myles Maxon wins the Gold Crest Division Championship & Summit Classic 125, Joe Achzet cops Silver Crest Division Title.

June 2010 –SUPRS opens its 6th Non-Wing Season. Minor adjustment to Non-Wing mod to damage model.

July 2010 – SUPRS holds its annual get together at Camp G-Spot at Hy-Miler Supermodified Nationals weekend in Sandusky, OH and thanks to the generous donation of Todd Gerold, SUPRS raises money for the Dion Parish Memorial Benevolent Fund for Supermodifieds. SUPRS thanks its many members for helping make this weekend a HUGE success.

August 2010 – John Davidson captures his 2nd Gold Crest Non-Wing Championship. Derrick Backus wins the Silver Crest Crown.

October 2010 – SUPRS kicks off its 7th Winged Season. SUPRS cuts the Gold Crest schedule by 10 shows.

January 2011 – SUPRS begins RFactor Non-Wing Supermodified Development. Joe Achzet produces models and Doug Forgue begins mod development.

April 2011 – Ray Sand, Jr. becomes SUPRS Gold Crest Division Winged Champion for a third time. AJ Bernys wins Silver Crest Division crown.

June 2011 – SUPRS kicks off 7th Non-Winged Season.

July 2011 – Adkins Glass sponsors the 7th Annual Topless! 200.

August 2011 –Ray Sand, Jr. wins his first Gold Crest Division Non-Wing championship.

September 2011 – SUPRS awards the Dion Parish Memorial Perseverance Award to Jack Smith at International Supermodified Association event held at Berlin Raceway.

October 2011 – SUPRS Begins its 8th Winged Season. Drops separate Silver Crest Division due to time constraints of admins and overall lack of interest by new members.

November 2011 – rFactor beta released by Doug Forgue. Testing begins. SUPRS reaches 8 yrs old.

April 2012 – Ray Sand, Jr. captures 2011-12 Gold Crest Division Winged Championship. Joey Callahan wins Rookie of the Year.

June 2012 – SUPRS kicks off its 8th Non-Wing Season.

July 2012 – Jim Paller is awarded the Dion Parish Memorial Perseverance Award at Auto City Speedway Must See Racing event.

August 2012 – Ray Sand, Jr. wins the Topless! 200 and Gold Crest Division Non-Winged Championship. Kevin Baker is the 2012 Non-Winged Rookie of the Year.

October 2012 – SUPRS kicks off its 9th winged Season. rFactor development ramps up with lead designer Doug “Flash” Forgue at the helm and Joe Achzet assisting.

March 2013 – John Davidson becomes the first two-time winner of the SUPRS Copper World Classic.

April 2013 – Ray Sand, Jr. becomes first driver to win three Gold Crest Division Winged Championships in a row. After many years of trying, “Steady” Steve Callahan is the triumphant winner of Summit Classic 125.

August 2013 – Myles Maxon battles Ray Sand, Jr. for the Topless! 200 win but comes up short giving Ray Sand, Jr. his third Gold Crest Division Non-Wing Championship. Maxon comes up less than 10 points short of Championship, while Sand, Jr. becomes first three-time winner of Topless! 200. George Pollack is crowned Rookie of the Year.

October 2013 – SUPRS embarks on its Tenth Anniversary season with its most ambitious schedule is several years featuring the return of the Florida Speedweeks, different tracks, and 40 races total. NASCAR Heat remains the main focus.

November 2013 – Former Rookie of the Year, Joey Callahan, gets his first ever heat race win in the Veterans Day Special then follows up a week later with his first feature win in Turkey Shoot 50 at Tri-Park Speedway.

December 2013 – Ray Sand, Jr. picks up his third Dion Parish Memorial after Lindsey Parish calls the drivers prior to race to give them encouragement and talk about her father. Gary Waldron wins the Christmas Special at Bracket Hill Raceway over teammate Carl Becker.

January 2014 – Dave Brigandi picks up his first Gold Crest heat race win at Crazy Canuck Snowball Derby. Ray Sand, Jr. takes his third Terry Gibson Memorial 100 in a row after a great three car battle and a pass of Steve Callahan late in the race. Ray Sand, Jr. pulls off feature win #72 and is crowned Mid-Season Championship and Carl Becker joins him in victory lane as winner of second Twin 35 while Kevin Timmins picks up his first ever Gold Crest heat race win.

February 2014 – Ray Sand, Jr. wins the Groundhog Day Derby and pulls to within one feature win of tying John Davidson on the All-Time Gold Crest win list. Rob Warren wins a spirited battle with Steve Callahan to take the 10th Annual Billy Vukovich Classic 100 at Mesa Marin. Callahan comes back to win his first of the season at the Presidents’ Day Special at New River Valley. Florida Speedweeks successfully returns with five different winners in five nights including Kevin Timmins picking up his first ever SUPRS Gold-Crest feature and Ray Sand, Jr. winning at USA Int’l Speedway to tie Davidson for All-Time Wins and take the Speedweeks Championship. Kyle Perry and Myles Maxon return to racing with Perry putting in his best Gold-Crest feature finish ever, a second at Sunrise.

March 2014 – The Keystone Nationals returned to a three race format at Harrisburg, RT 93 and Jennerstown. A rousing battle between Bob Gangwer and Rob Warren for the overall Keystone Nationals Championship goes down the wire at the 10th Annual Randy Witkum Memorial. Gangwer wins by a scant five points as Steve Callahan takes his first Randy Witkum Memorial 125 and dedicates win to his mother. SUPRS returns to Dover Downs for the first time in over 5 years and Steve Callahan continues his winning streak. Ray Sand, Jr. wins his second Copper World Classic while Callahan is crown CWC non-wing champ and extends his win streak to three. As the month continues, Callahan takes the Empire State Supermodified Series win at Stafford Mountain Speedway, takes Xtreme Tuesday at Stafford Motor Speedway and has the SUPRS Bounty placed on his head. This marks only the third time in SUPRS history that a driver has won five races in a row.

April 2014 – “Steady” Steve’s win streak is narrowly broken at the 4th Annual SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 by Ray Sand, Jr. SUPRS then stages its first ever races at Colorado National Speedway. Using both the night and day versions, Rob Warren and Ray Sand, Jr. win. Warren and League Director Bob Gangwer continue to wage war for second place in points as Sand, Jr. seals his bid for the season championship and then wins the winged part of the Indyana Supermod Challenge at IRP. Gangwer snags the non-wing part of that event. The 10th Anniversary Gold Crest Wing Supermodified Season finishes on a strong note with a three-way battle between Ray Sand, Jr., Bob Gangwer, and Steve Callahan for the 10th Annual Summit Classic 125 win. Sand, Jr. comes out on top sealing a perfect run for his fourth Gold Crest Winged Supermodified Championship in a row and sixth overall and ninth total in SUPRS history.

June 2014 – SUPRS kicks off the 10th Anniversary Non-Wing Season with the Port City 75 Opener and Myles Maxon comes out swinging with a win. Maxon keeps rolling when he becomes the first three-time winner of the prestigious Jim Shampine Memorial at Oswego Speedway. “Mighty” Myles is on his way to a third win in a row at a regular 45 when his screen minimizes and he crashes. Rob Warren picks up the win marking almost 3 years to the date of his first SUPRS Gold-Crest Non-Wing win.

July 2014 – July heats up with the running of the Independence Day Twin 35s at Oswego Speedway and Myles Maxon is back in victory lane for the first one, while Chris Meyers grabs the second. Domenic Gioia does a very skilful job of holding off Myles Maxon and Chris Meyers to take the Mid-Season Championship. The inaugural Indiana Supermod Week is run with races at Salem, IRP and LaPorte with Ray Sand, Jr., Bob Gangwer winning at Salem and LaPorte, and Kyle Perry picking up his first ever SUPRS feature when he wins at IRP Sand, Jr. wins overall ISMW points. Sand, Jr. continues his winning ways when he claims the Mr. Online Supermodified Crown. Chris Meyers becomes the 10th different winner in 10 years of The Whistler Pete Trenca Memorial after a great battle with Myles Maxon and Rob Warren. SUPRS donates money to Cleaning for a Reason in Memory of Tom Heveron.

March 2016- rFactor is used for the first time ever at a SUPRS Copper World Classic in the non-wing portion of the event and Ray Sand, Jr. wins it. Bob Gangwer takes the wing portion. Doug “Flash” Forgue formally parts ways with SUPRS as it’s in-house track and mod builder to work on projects for other leagues. On the 10th, Rob Warren becomes the first three-time winner of the SUPRS Randy Witkum Memorial 125 at Jennerstown Speedway narrowly holding off Bob Gangwer. Warren wins two of three 11th Annual Keystone Nationals events and takes his second Keystone Nationals Championship.

December 2016- Domenic Gioia wins his first Dion Parish Memorial. The race was run for the first time at Kalamazoo Speedway using rFactor. Rob Warren takes the Christmas Special run for the first time anywhere other than Bracket Hill Raceway. Warren’s win at Mopar Speedway in his rFactor ride is his third Christmas Special win in a row.

January 2017- SUPRS released SUPRS W v7.1 for rFactor which includes Allegresso chassis by Kevin Timmins as well as gives members the ability to customize their helmet and drivers suit. Rob Warren wins Crazy Canuck Snowball Derby and teams with Dave Brigandi for the Snowball Derby Challenge Championship. The race was run at Mosport Speedway using rFactor, marking the first time that this race was contested anywhere other than Cayuga Speedway. Rob Warren sweeps the Terry Gibson Memorial two-day show giving him four races in a row. He then went on to win his fifth at the ESS Blind Date Night race and the SUPRS Bounty was placed on his head going into the Mid-Season Championship Twin 35s at Oswego Speedway on the 24th. Warren subsequently loses for the first time since December and Joe Achzet takes the bounty in the first Twin. However, Warren comes right back and takes the second Twin and wins the Mid-Season Championship and bonus points that go with it.

February 2017- Joe Achzet kicks off the month with win at Groundhog Day Derby making him the 12th different driver in 13 years to win the race. Florida Speedweeks uses both NASCAR Heat and rFactor and has some of the most intense racing and close competition seen in recent years. Five different winners in five nights of racing and Rookie Nelson Rodrigues gets first win on Night 4 then Kyle Clark gets his first win on Night 5. Keith Powell takes Florida Speedweeks 2010 crown by just 5 points and becomes first driver from Ohio to win Speedweeks Championship. Steve Callahan closes out the month with his third Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 win.

March 2017-Rob Warren rolls into March like a lion winning the first two races of the 12th Annual Keystone Nationals and the overall Keystone Nationals Championship for the second year in a row. Joe Achzet score as huge win at the 13th Annual Randy Witkum Memorial 125. Bob Gangwer wins his first SUPRS rFactor feature at the New England 50 on the 21st then Rob Warren closes out the month with a big win in the SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 in a race that Gangwer led 133 laps, Warren stole the lead with 13 laps left.

April 2017-The Warren/Achzet show continues as SUPRS begins the trek west with the first race at Mansfield Motorsports Speedway for the first time since 2008. Warren takes the win after a torrid battle with Achzet in the waning laps. A stop at the Indianapolis Raceway Park a week later sees Warren winning the wing portion of the event and Achzet the non-wing feature. The Jeff Russell Special at The Bullring was one of the craziest of the year to date. It was a show that it seemed like many didn’t want to lead! Four of the five drives that held the lead at one point ran out of fuel! Kyle Clark ended up taking his second win of the season. The season concluded with the SUPRS Season Summit Classic 125 at Madera Speedway. Bob Gangwer kicked off the week with a win in the 50 lap Monday Madera Madness non-wing race that was another wild show that had 7 cautions for nearly 40 laps. Joe Achzet grabbed the pole for the 13th Annual Summit Classic 125 with Rob Warren on the outside front-row for the third year in a row. The season ended up like it began with Warren and Achzet battling to the very end of the Summit.  Achzet leads the most laps but Warren, after a controversial late race pass takes the win and caps a record setting 15 win championship season.

SUPRS WALL OF FAME

Gold Crest Champions

Wing Supermodified Champions-

  • 2004-05 Wing Champion: John Davidson
  • 2005-06 Wing Champion: John Davidson
  • 2006-07 Wing Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2007-08 Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2008-09 Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2009-10  Wing Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2010-11  Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2011-12  Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2012-13  Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2013-14  Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014-15 Wing Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2015-16  Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2016-17 Wing Champion: Rob Warren

Non-Wing Supermodified Champions-

  • 2005 Non-Wing Champion: Jim Crannell
  • 2006 Non-Wing Champion: John Davidson
  • 2007 Non-Wing Champion: Kris Heveron
  • 2008 Non-Wing Champion: Kris Heveron
  • 2009 Non-Wing Champion: Devin Gee
  • 2010 Non-Wing Champion: John Davidson
  • 2011 Non-Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2012 Non-Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2013 Non-Wing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014 Non-Wing Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2015 Non-Wing Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2016 Non-Wing Champion: Keith Powell
  • 2017 Non-Wing Champion:Rob Warren

Wing Supermodified Mid-Season Champions-

  • 2004-05 Wing Mid-Season Champion: John Davidson
  • 2005-06 Wing Mid-Season Champion: John Davidson
  • 2006-07 Wing Mid-Season Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2007-08 Wing Mid-Season Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2008-09 Wing Mid-Season Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2009-10 Wing Mid-Season Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2010-11  Wing Mid-Season Champion: Chris Meyers
  • 2011-12  Wing Mid-Season Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2012-13  Wing Mid-Season Champion: Bob Gangwer
  • 2013-14 Wing Mid-Season Champion: Bob Gangwer
  • 2014-15 Wing Mid-Season Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2015-16 Wing Mid-Season Champion:Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2016-17 Wing Mid-Season Champion: Rob Warren

Non-Wing Supermodified Mid-Season Champions-

  • 2005 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Jim Crannell
  • 2006 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: John Davidson
  • 2007 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Kris Heveron
  • 2008 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Kris Heveron
  • 2009 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Devin Gee
  • 2010 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: John Davidson
  • 2011 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2012 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2013 No Race
  • 2014 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Domenic Gioia
  • 2015 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2016 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2017 Non-Wing Mid-Season Champion: Rob Warren

Silver Crest Champions

  • 2006-07 Rookie Champion (Wing): Patrick Sommers
  • 2007 Silver Crest Division Champion (Non-Wing): Brian Finnegan
  • 2007-08 Silver Crest Division Champion (Wing): Jamie Hartley
  • 2008 Silver Crest Division Champion (Non-Wing): Dave Biro III
  • 2008-09 Silver Crest Division Champion (Wing): Rob Warren
  • 2009 Silver Crest Division Champion (Non-Wing): Sean Calhoun
  • 2009-10 Silver Crest Division Champion (Wing): Joe Achzet
  • 2010 Silver Crest Division Champion (Non-Wing): Derrick Backus
  • 2010-11 Silver Crest Division Champion (Wing): AJ Bernys

Rookies of the Year

  • 2011-12 Rookie of the Year (Wing): Joey Callahan
  • 2012 Rookie of the Year (Non-Wing): Kevin Baker
  • 2012-13 Rookie of the Year (Wing): George Pollack
  • 2013-Rookie of the Year (N0n-Wing): Not Awarded
  • 2013-14 Rookie of the Year (Wing): Not Awarded
  • 2014 Rookie of the Year(Non-Wing): Not Awarded
  • 2014-15 Rookie of the Year (Wing): Not Awarded
  • 2015 Rookie of the Year: (Non-Wing): Art Palmer
  • 2015-2016 Rookie of the Year: (Wing): Brian Potvin
  • 2016 Rookie of the Year (Non-Wing): Kyle Clark
  • 2016-17 Rookie of the Year (Wing): Nelson Rodrigues
  • 2017 Rookie of the Year (Non-Wing): Not Awarded

SUPRS TRIPLE CROWN WINNERS

  • Ray Sand, Jr.: 2011
  • Rob Warren: 2017

SUPRS TRIPLE CROWN EVENTS

Season Summit Classic 125 – Wing – A SUPRS Triple Crown Race – LaPorte/Cayuga/Madera Speedways

  • 2005 Summit Classic Champion-LaPorte Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2006 Summit Classic Champion-LaPorte Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2007 Summit Classic Champion-LaPorte Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2008 Summit Classic Champion-LaPorte Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2009 Summit Classic Champion-LaPorte Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2010 Summit Classic Champion-Cayuga Speedway: Myles Maxon
  • 2011 Summit Classic Champion-Madera Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2012 Summit Classic Champion-Madera Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2013 Summit Classic Champion-Madera Speedway: Steve Callahan
  • 2014 Summit Classic Champion-Madera Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2015 Summit Classic Champion-Madera Speedway: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2016 Summit Classic Champion-Madera Speedway: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2017 Summit Classic Champion-Madera Speedway: Rob Warren

Topless! 200 – Non Wing – A SUPRS Triple Crown Race – Jennerstown/Oswego Speedways

  • 2005 Topless! 200 Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2006 Topless! 200 Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2007 Topless! 200 Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: Myles Maxon
  • 2008 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Jamie Hartley
  • 2009 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway:JR Radcliff
  • 2010 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Dave Biro III
  • 2011 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2012 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2013 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Myles Maxon
  • 2015 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Chris Meyers
  • 2016 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Rob Warren
  • 2017 Topless! 200 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Rob Warren

SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 – Wing -A SUPRS Triple Crown Race – Star Speedway

  • 2011 SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 Champion: Ray Sand Jr
  • 2012 SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 Champion: Keith Powell
  • 2013 SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014 SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2015 SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2016 SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2017 SUPRS All-Star Classic 200 Champion: Rob Warren

MARQUEE EVENTS

Cherry Breaker -Wing – Non Winners Race – LaPorte/Cayuga/Madera Speedways

  • 2005 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion-LaPorte Speedway: Mark Pasquale
  • 2006 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion-LaPorte Speedway: Steve Callahan
  • 2007 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion-LaPorte Speedway: Doug Heveron
  • 2008 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion-LaPorte Speedway: Josh Crannell
  • 2009 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion: N/A
  • 2010 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion: N/A
  • 2011 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion: N/A
  • 2012 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion: N/A
  • 2013 Cherry Breaker 63 Champion-Madera Speedway: Doug Forgue
  • 2014-2017  No Race

Rising Star – Non Wing- Non Winners Race – Jennerstown/Oswego Speedway

  • 2005 Rising Star 50 Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: Buddy Cottom
  • 2006 Rising Star 50 Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: Chris Nicastro
  • 2007 Rising Star 50 Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: David Biro, Jr.
  • 2008 Rising Star 63 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Tim Buchannon
  • 2009 Rising Star 63 Champion: N/A
  • 2010 Rising Star 63 Champion-Oswego Speedway: Jeff Weber
  • 2011 Rising Star 63 Champion: N/A
  • 2012 Rising Star 63 Champion: N/A
  • 2013-2017 No Race

SUPRSNationals-Wing-Oswego Speedway

  • 2008 SUPRSNationals Champion: Devin Gee
  • 2009 SUPRSNationals Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2010 SUPRSNationals Champion: Chris Meyers
  • 2011 SUPRSNationals Champion: N/A
  • 2012 SUPRSNationals Champion: N/A
  • 2013 SUPRSNationals Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2014 SUPRSNationals Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2015 SUPRSNationals Champion: No Race
  • 2016 SUPRSNationals Champion: Derrick Backus
  • 2017 SUPRSNationals Champion: Kyle Clark

Mr. Online Supermodified – Non Wing – Oswego Speedway

  • 2008 Mr. Online Supermodified: Kris Heveron
  • 2009 Mr. Online Supermodified: Kris Heveron
  • 2010 Mr. Online Supermodified: Keith Powell
  • 2011 Mr. Online Supermodified: Rob Warren
  • 2012 Mr. Online Supermodified: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2013 Mr. Online Supermodified: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2014 Mr. Online Supermodified: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2015 Mr. Online Supermodified: Rob Warren
  • 2016 Mr. Online Supermodified: Keith Powell
  • 2017 Mr. Online Supermodified: Keith Powell

MEMORIAL EVENTS

Dion Parish Memorial 62-Wing-State Fair/Rander/Kalamazoo Speedways

  • 2004 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-State Fair Speedway: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2005 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-State Fair Speedway: Sean O’Kane
  • 2006 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2007 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2008 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Chris Meyers
  • 2009 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2010 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Keith Powell
  • 2011 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Steve Callahan
  • 2012 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Carl Becker
  • 2013 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Chris Meyers
  • 2015 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Rander Speedway: Rob Warren
  • 2016 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Kalamazoo Speedway: Domenic Gioia
  • 2017 Dion Parish Memorial Champion-Kalamazoo Speedway: Rob Warren

Randy Witkum Memorial-Wing-Jennerstown Speedway

  • 2004 Randy Witkum Memorial 63 Champion: John Davidson
  • 2005 Randy Witkum Memorial 63 Champion: Gary Waldron
  • 2006 Randy Witkum Memorial 63 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2007 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2008-09 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Gary Waldron
  • 2009-10 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2010-11 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Chris Meyers
  • 2011-12 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2012-13 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2013-14 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2014-15 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2015-2016 Randy Witkum Memorial 125 Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2016-2017 Randy Witkum Memorial 123 Champion: Joe Achzet

Billy Vukovich III Classic-Wing-Mesa Marin Speedway

  • 2005 Billy Vukovich III Classic 63 Champion: Bud Flath
  • 2006 Billy Vukovich III Classic 75 Champion: John Davidson
  • 2007 Billy Vukovich III Classic 75 Champion: Devin Gee
  • 2008 Billy Vukovich III Classic 75 Champion: John Davidson
  • 2009 Billy Vukovich III Classic 75 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2010 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2011 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: John Davidson
  • 2012 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2013 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: Steve Callahan
  • 2014 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2015 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2016 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2017 Billy Vukovich III Classic 100 Champion: Steve Callahan

The Whistler Pete Trenca Memorial-Non-Wing-Jennerstown Speedway/Oswego Speedway

  • 2005 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Sean Gibbs
  • 2006 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Kris Heveron
  • 2007 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2008 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: John Davidson
  • 2009 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: JR Radcliff
  • 2010 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Dave Biro III
  • 2011 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Carl Becker
  • 2012 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Domenic Gioia
  • 2013 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Rob Warren
  • 2014 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Chris Meyers
  • 2015 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Keith Powell
  • 2016 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Keith Powell
  • 2017 Pete Trenca Memorial Champion: Domenic Gioia

Jim Shampine Memorial-Non-Wing-Jennerstown Speedway/Oswego Speedway

  • 2006 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: Dave Soja
  • 2007 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Jennerstown Speedway: Myles Maxon
  • 2008 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Myles Maxon
  • 2009 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Kris Heveron
  • 2010 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2011 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: John Davidson
  • 2012 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Dave Biro III
  • 2013 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Myles Maxon
  • 2015 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2016 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Rob Warren
  • 2016 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Rob Warren
  • 2017 Jim Shampine Memorial Champion-Oswego Speedway: Rob Warren

Terry Gibson Memorial 100-Wing-Sandusky Speedway

  • 2009 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2010 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: John Davidson
  • 2011 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Myles Maxon
  • 2012 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2013 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2015 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2016 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Bob Gangwer
  • 2017 Terry Gibson Memorial 100 Champion: Rob Warren

MAJOR EVENTS

Harvest of Speed Season Opener- Wing-LaPorte Speedway

  • 2005 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: John Davidson
  • 2006 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Sean O’Kane
  • 2007 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Myles Maxon
  • 2008 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Myles Maxon
  • 2009 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Myles Maxon
  • 2010 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Gary Waldron
  • 2011 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2012 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Chris Meyers
  • 2013 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2014 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Myles Maxon
  • 2015 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2016 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Bobby Gangwer
  • 2017 Harvest of Speed Season Opener Winner: Bobby Gangwer

Season Opener/Port City Opener – Non-Wing – Jennerstown Speedway/Oswego Speedway

  • 2005 Season Opener Winner: John Davidson/Sean Gibbs(Independence Day Twin 35s)
  • 2006 Port City Kick-Off Winner: Jim Crannell
  • 2007 Season Opener Winner: Myles Maxon(Jim Shampine Memorial)
  • 2008 Season Opener Winner: Myles Maxon
  • 2009 Port City Kick-Off Winner: Bob Gangwer
  • 2010 Port City Kick-Off Winner: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2011 Port City 50 Kick-Off Winner: Rob Warren
  • 2012 Port City 50 Kick-Off Winner John Davidson
  • 2013 Port City 75 Kick-Off Winner: Jeff Weber
  • 2014 Port City 75 Kick-Off Winner: Myles Maxon
  • 2015 Port City 75 Kick-Off Winner: Ray Sand, Jr.
  • 2016 Port City 75 Kick-Off Winner: Clinton Cyr
  • 2017 Port City 50 Kick-Off Winner: Keith Powell

SUPRS Copper World Classic-Wing-Phoenix International Raceway

  • 2005 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: JP Curry-PA
  • 2006 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: John Davidson-CA
  • 2007 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Chuck Russell-MO
  • 2008 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Kris Heveron-FL
  • 2009 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Bobby Gangwer-IN
  • 2010 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Chad Phelps-NY
  • 2011 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Jeff Weber-IN
  • 2012 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2013 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: John Davidson-CA
  • 2014 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2015 SUPRS Copper World Classic Champion: Steve Callahan-OH
  • 2016 SUPRS Copper World Classic Winner: Bobby Gangwer-IN
  • 2017 SUPRS Copper World Classic Winner: Nelson Rodrigues-MA

SUPRS Copper World Classic-Non-Winged-Phoenix International Raceway

  • 2014 SUPRS Copper World Classic Winner: Steve Callahan-OH
  • 2015 SUPRS Copper World Classic Winner: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2016 SUPRS Copper World Classic Winner: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2017 SUPRS Copper World Classic Winner: Joe Achzet-NY

Crazy Canuck Snowball Derby History-Winged-Cayuga Speedway:

Year Winner Snowball Derby Team Challenge Champions Can-Am Challenge
2005 John Davidson N/A Team USA
2006 Sean Gibbs Jim Davidson/Bob Gangwer Team Canada
2007 Mike Jackson Dan Brigandi/Bob Gangwer Team USA
2008 Ray Sand, Jr. Ray Sand, Jr./Carl Becker Team USA
2009 Ray Sand, Jr. Myles Maxon/Gary Waldron Team Canada
2010 Myles Maxon Jamie Hartley/Bob Gangwer Team USA
2011 John Davidson Ed Riley/Bob Gangwer Team USA
2012 Jeff Weber Rob Warren/Gary Waldron Team USA
2013 Chris Meyers N/A Team USA
2014 Ray Sand, Jr. Ray Sand, Jr./Dave Brigandi Team USA
2015 Myles Maxon Myles Maxon/Domenic Gioia Team USA
2016 Ray Sand, Jr. Ray Sand, Jr./Dave Brigandi Team USA
2017 Rob Warren Rob Warren/Dave Brigandi Team USA

MULTI-RACE SWINGS

North Carolina Swing-Wing

  • 2005 NC Swing Champion: JP Curry-PA
  • 2006 NC Swing Champion: Sean O’Kane-NY
  • 2007 NC Swing Champion: Mike Jackson-NY
  • 2008 NC Swing Champion: Gary Waldron-MI
  • 2009 NC Swing Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2009-10 NC Swing Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2010-11 NC Swing Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2011-12 NC Swing Champion: Chris Meyers-OH
  • 2012-13 NC Swing Champion: Carl Becker-MI
  • 2013-14 NC Swing Champion: Bob Gangwer-IN
  • 2014-15 NC Swing Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2015-16 NC Swing Champion: Rob Warren-NY
  • 2016-17 NC Swing Champion: Steve Callahan-OH
  • 2017-18 NC Swing Champion: Rob Warren-NY

Florida Speedweeks-Wing

  • 2005 Florida Speedweeks Champion: AJ Truax-NY
  • 2006 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Sean O’Kane-NY
  • 2007 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2008 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2009 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Kris Heveron-FL
  • 2010 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2011-2013 Florida Speedweeks Champion: No Races
  • 2014 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2015 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2016 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2017 Florida Speedweeks Champion: Keith Powell-OH

Keystone Nationals-Wing

  • 2005 Keystone Nationals Champion: Sean Gibbs-ONT
  • 2006 Keystone Nationals Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2007 Keystone Nationals Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2008-09 Keystone Nationals Champion: Steve Callahan-OH
  • 2009-10 Keystone Nationals Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2010-11 Keystone Nationals Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2011-12 Keystone Nationals Champion: Rob Warren-NY
  • 2012-13 Keystone Nationals Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2013-14 Keystone Nationals Champion: Bob Gangwer-IN
  • 2014-15 Keystone Nationals Champion: Bob Gangwer-IN
  • 2015-16 Keystone Nationals Champion: Rob Warren-NY
  • 2016-17 Keystone Nationals Champion: Rob Warren-NY

Indyana Supermod Challenge-Wing:

  • 2004-05 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Bob Gangwer-IN
  • 2005-06 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Randy Ritskes-ONT
  • 2006-07 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2007-08 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2008-09 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2009-10 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2010-11 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2011-12 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2012-13 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2013-14 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2014-15 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2015-16 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Steve Callahan-OH
  • 2016-17 Indyana Supermod Challenge Champion: Joe Achzet-NY

Empire State Super Series Champion-Wing:

  • 2005-06 Empire State Super Series Champion: Sean Gibbs-ONT
  • 2006-07 Empire State Super Series Champion: Myles Maxon-NY
  • 2007-08 Empire State Super Series Champion: John Davidson-NY
  • 2008-09 Empire State Super Series Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2009-10 Empire State Super Series Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2010-11 Empire State Super Series Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2011-12 Empire State Super Series Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2012-13 Empire State Super Series Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY
  • 2013-14 Empire State Super Series Champion: Steve Callahan-OH
  • 2015-16 Empire State Super Series Champion: Bob Gangwer-IN
  • 2016-17 Empire State Super Series Champion: Rob Warren-NY

Indiana Supermod Week Champion-Non-Wing:

  • 2014 Indiana Supermod Week Champion: Ray Sand, Jr.-NY

Here’s a visual look back at the different styles of supermodifieds SUPRS has used for NASCAR Heat and rFactor:

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