May 10, 2022 – Fair Haven, VT – Limited Sportsman Points Update: Bubba McPhee and Owen Nier were certainly ready for the season openers at their respective home tracks. McPhee scored a Limited Sportsman dub at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, while Owen Nier opened the Can-Am Speedway season with a victory of his own. The throw down for the Limited crown is real.
It’s early in the season, but every track for Limited Sportsman has a race in the books with the exception of Five Mile Point. Next week, we’ll progress to showing a drivers best TWO finishes in the standings and give 5MP drivers a chance to put a pair of finishes up. Registration is still open for Limited Sportsman (Novice, Rookie, etc.) to sign up before the June 1st deadline.
Each week we feature the top three KOD Limited Sportsman competitors from the weekend during the points update. Let’s start with Bubba McPhee who earned a popular win to open the Devil’s Bowl Speedway season driving his All Points Construction – Ennis Customs number 22J Bicknell.
Young gun Owen Nier accomplished the same feat a day earlier at Can-Am Speedway. He opened the season with a victory putting him in the top six on the Limited Sportsman leaderboard driving his Pick-A-Pallet – Roggie Auto Transportation number 17 Bicknell.
Our third and final featured Limited Sportsman driver of the week is Evan Roberts of Devil’s bowl Speedway. He had himself a battle with the aforementioned McPhee before ultimately finishing second respectively driving his Friend Construction – DuPont Auto & Body number 50X Bicknell.
KOD LIMITED SPORTSMAN NOTES: Other drivers who improved or climbed onto the leaderboard in a big way this past weekend was Keegan Nier (Can-Am), Kevin Ames (Lebanon Valley), Jason Quenneville (Devil’s Bowl), and Gary English (Devil’s Bowl). These drivers posted top five finishes for their season openers.
- Weekly Point System: 1) 100 for first, 2) 97 for second, 3) Down by 1 to last.
- DNS/DNQ: 50 pts.
- Starting Field Size Bonus Points (One Time at End Of Year): 200 Pts. (24+-22 avg), 185 Pts. (21-19 avg), 170 (18-15 avg), and 155 Pts. (14 or less avg).
For more information on King Of Dirt Racing point standings please visit us on the web for a full rundown at http://www.kingofdirtracing.com. Good luck to all drivers on their quest to be king.