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The night’s festivities included Louisiana native Timothy Culp being crowned as the 2019 CCSDS Champion. Additionally, Scott Crigler was honored as the 2019 Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year.
Culp, who now resides in Prattsville, Arkansas, received $10,000 for his inaugural CCSDS Championship. He claimed the title by 23 markers over Missouri’s Tony Jackson Jr. With the title, Culp became the eighth different champion in the 13-year history of the tour.
In addition to Culp and Jackson Jr., the balance of the Top 10 in the final series standings were honored, which included Brian Rickman, B.J. Robinson, Morgan Bagley, Kyle Beard, Hunter Rasdon, Scott Crigler, Chad Mallett and David Payne.
Sixteen drivers visited Victory Lane in 22 events with the CCSDS in 2019. Tony Jackson Jr. led the way in wins with four visits to Victory Lane.
“Our first season to run a series, was definitely a learning experience, but Jack [Sullivan] and I are really proud of the season that we had,” CCSDS CEO, Chris Sullivan said. “We had a ton of great competition on the tour and no shortage of great racing. I can’t say enough about all of the sponsors, who go above and beyond to sponsor the tour. They’ve allowed us to expand what we do and offer more money and prizes to the racers. We’re really excited about 2020 and what the series will have to offer tracks, drivers and fans.”
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