We’re getting close to the season’s halfway point approaching at many International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Summit SuperSeries tracks. The $200,000 Summit SuperSeries, held at IHRA member tracks, crowns Summit SuperSeries track champions in Top (Box), Mod (No Box) and Junior divisions. Those champions, along with qualified Summit Team Finals champions from each IHRA region, are invited to compete in the IHRA Summit World Finals in Memphis, Tenn., on Oct. 18-20, 2018.
Here are the current Summit SuperSeries points leaders from IHRA member tracks Greer Dragway in Greer, S.C., and Quaker City Motorsports Park in Salem, Ohio.
Mark Davis Top (Box) is the current points leader over second-place Travis Dotson and third-place Ronnie Dotson.
Billy Norris Mod (No Box) holds the top spot in the standings with Jeff Lambert in second and Lee Haney in third place.
Will Dotson (Jr. Dragster) is atop the standings over Cam Garrett and Wallace Wilson who are tied for second-place.
Quaker City Motorsports Park
Greg Meyers Top (Box) holds the advantage over Albert Donell and Randy Harp who rounds out the top three in points.
Bruce Shonk Mod (No-Box) is the points leader over Russell Terrill in second-place and Chester Donnell in third-place.
Ryan Roberts (Jr. Dragster 8-12) holds the advantage over Tyler Rozhon and Caleb Hughes.
Kyle Hughes (Jr. Dragster 13-17) leads the way over Justin Greaver and David McGraw who rank second and third respectively.
The championship prize package for the Top and Mod Division World Champions is $20,000 to win, an IHRA Gold Card, a World Championship Ironman Trophy, a World Championship diamond ring and a seven-night/eight-day vacation for two to Aruba.
The Junior Dragster payout includes a new turn-key dragster from American Race Cars, plus $3,000 to win. The rest of the point funds is $2,000 for runner-up, sixth-round $1,000, fifth round $800, fourth-round $500, third-round $400, second-round $350 and first round $300.