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Speedyman11 Earns Two-Fold Cup Series Victory

Speedyman11 is your Cup champion! Starting in 2020, the league introduced an exciting dual-championship format, incorporating both the old Overall Standings and the new 8-4-1 Title Chase. The revised system made its debut in the NHRL Truck Series earlier in the year and the final results were nothing short of spectacular. In the trucks, we saw a very close battle down the stretch, a dramatic championship finale at Charlotte, and our first-ever series co-champions in Speedy and d3efan. Most observors expected a similar set of fireworks as the calendar turned to the NHRL Cup Series. However, despite narrow margins in each race, Speedy was able to reunite the two-title system under a single crown, dominating the Overall Standings and claiming the 8-4-1 Title Chase at New Hampshire. In the process, he also led the series in a variety of major categories, most notably in wins, poles, top-5s, and laps led. His main competition during the season was lepage71, who made second-place a big theme throughout the campaign, finishing as the runner-up in both championships. In fact, a similar pattern was true across the entire standings table, as the top six drivers finished each championship in an identical order, including Rookiesrock in third, d3efan in fourth, CR49 in fifth, and viagra6car in sixth. Let's see if that ever happens again! No slouches, Bandit and Grumpy were the other key factors in the series, driving to the seventh and eighth positions in the Overall Standings and 8-4-1 Title Chase.

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