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Speedy Powers to Victory in Busch Series

Our 2019 league series have come to a close! The NHRL Busch Series, the final series of the season, offered a fitting ending chapter. The league made stops at wide-ranging venues stretching from Road America to banked Miami. And not surprisingly, given the track record of the NBS mod, exactly two-thirds of the races (8 of 12) were decided by less than 3 seconds. In all, Speedyman11 drove to his third championship of the year, taking the crown with an impressive degree of consistency. He led the entire series with 8 wins, 12 top-5 finishes, and 115 bonus points. The only other driver to capture a win was runner-up lepage71, who tallied remarkably similar numbers (4 wins, 11 top-5s, and 110 bonus points). Reverse a few of those close races and we might have seen a different champion. Bandit, the third driver on the podium, tied his best-ever series performance, matching his IROC Challenge result mere months ago. He currently remains winless in the three major historical series (Cup, Busch, and Trucks) but few doubt his first victory will come in 2020. In the fourth position, d3efan completed his popular comeback campaign, earning a quadfecta of top-6 series standings finishes. Grumpy came home fifth, continuing to slowly but surely add speed, suddenly causing everyone to wonder: is series win #2 far away? Yes, it's all so compelling...2020 will be here before we know it!

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Don't Miss the Fall Festival on December 7
The Fall Festival will unfold on Saturday, December 7 at 9:00 PM ET and consist of ten rapid-fire, shootout-style races in the Pro Stock Car Heat mod.
Photo credit: DusterLag / HeatFinder
Speedyman11 Resumes Winning Ways in the Kansas Heartland 150
As the 2019 ARL Patch Cup Series continues on ten drivers traveled to Kansas for an exciting and action-packed race.