Second Set of 2019 Tire Rack Solo Nationals Champs Crowned

11 Sep 2019
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Below are provisional results for each of 37 classes that concluded competition Friday during the 47th running of the Tire Rack SCCA® Solo® Nationals Championship taking place this week at Lincoln Airpark in Nebraska.  Each entry contains the class, winning driver, hometown, car, winning margin and number of championships (Note: * Indicates not a National Championship event.)

- Super Street: Erik Strelnieks; Austin, TX; Acura NSX; 0.928 (eighth Nationals Championship, fourth in class)

- Super Street Ladies: Tara Shapowal; San Jose, CA; Porsche GT3; 6.666 (first Nationals Championship)

- A Street: Josh Luster; Charlotte, NC; Chevrolet Corvette Z06; 0.576 ( first Nationals Championship)

- A Street Ladies: Lana Tsurikova; Framingham, MA; Chevrolet Corvette Z06; 2.418 (second Nationals Championship, first in class)

- B Street: David Marcus; Windermere, FL; Tesla Model 3; 0.070 (second Nationals Championship, first in class)

- B Street Ladies: Youmna Zalzal; San Jose, CA; Porsche Cayman S; 0.228 (first Nationals Championship)

- C Street: Mark Scroggs; San Ramon, CA; Mazda Miata; 0.291 (fourth Nationals Championship, first in class)

- C Street Ladies: Jessica Yeung; Rosemead, CA; Mazda MX-5; 2.880 (first Nationals Championship)

- D Street: Mike Leeder; Madison, WI; Honda Civic Type-R; 2.608 (first Nationals Championship)

- D Street Ladies: Stephanie Reynoso; Austin, TX; Honda Civic Type-R; 2.902 (second Nationals Championship, second in class)

- G Street: Ron Williams; Topeka, KS; Honda Civic SI; 0.324 (seventh Nationals Championship, second in class)

- G Street Ladies: Annie Gill; Renton, WA; Honda Civic SI; 7.725 (ninth Nationals Championship, second in class)

- Street Touring Hatchback: Alex Piehl; Pittsburgh, PA; Subaru WRX; 0.790 (first Nationals Championship)

- Street Touring Sport: Eric Stoltz; Buhl, ID; Mazda Miata; 0.010 (first Nationals Championship)

- Street Touring Xtreme: Bryan Heitkotter; Fresno, CA; Subaru BRZ; 0.448 (tenth Nationals Championship, second in class)

- Street Touring Xtreme Ladies: Kate Fisher; Chandler, AZ; Scion FRS; 3.484 (third Nationals Championship, second in class)

- Street Touring Ultra: Christopher Mayfield; Menlo Park, CA; BMW M3; 1.658 (fourth Nationals Championship, first in class)

- Super Touring Ultra Ladies: Eileen Blando; San Jose, CA; Mitsubishi; 13.535 (first Nationals Championship)

- Super Street Prepared: Eric Stemler; Peoria, IL; Chevrolet Corvette Z06; 0.525 (first Nationals Championship)

- A Street Prepared: Tom Berry; Rancho Cucamonga, CA; Mitsubishi Evo 9 RS; 0.348 (tenth Nationals Championship, fourth in class)

- B Street Prepared: Ron Bauer; Seatac, WA; Mazda Miata; 0.903 (fourth Nationals Championship, second in class)

- F Street Prepared: Steven Duckworth; Mt. Holly, NC; Volkswagen Rabbit; 0.585 (third Nationals Championship, third in class)

- F Street Prepared Ladies: Emily Danti; Colorado Springs, CO; Toyota Corolla GTS; 2.738 (first Nationals Championship)

- X Prepared: Andrew McKee; Livermore, CA: Mazda RX-7; 1.300 (tenth Nationals Championship, fourth in class)

- *X Prepared Ladies: Crissy Weaver; Manvel, TX; Mazda RX-7; 9.247 (fifth Nationals win, first in class)

- C Prepared: Tommy Pulliam; Duluth, GA; Ford Mustang; 0.087 (second Nationals Championship, first in class)

- C Prepared Ladies: Tracy Lewis; Tallahassee, FL; Ford Mustang; 6.591 (fifth Nationals Championship, fifth in class)

- F Prepared: Tom O’Gorman; Mason, OH; Honda S2000; 0.381 (fourth Nationals Championship, third in class)

- *F Prepared Ladies: Charina Jones; Monclova, OH; Pontiac Solstice GXP; 1.258 (third Nationals win, second in class)

- Street Modified: Marshall Grice; Redondo Beach, CA; Mitsubishi Evolution IX; 0.735 (fourth Nationals Championship, first in class)

- Street Modified FWD: Craig Wilcox; Grain Valley, MO; Honda Civic; 1.697 (fifth Nationals Championship, first in class)

- Street Modified FWD Ladies: Monique Forsythe; Englewood, CO; Honda Civic SI; 0.378 (first Nationals Championship)

- A Modified: David O’Maley; Loveland, OH; PSS; 4.302 (second Nationals Championship, first in class)

- D Modified: Eric Prill; Topeka, KS; Locost Acura 7; 0.855 (first Nationals Championship, first in class)

- D Modified Ladies: Patty Tunnell; Superior, CO; Locost Acura 7; 4.455 (fifteenth Nationals Championship, second in class)

- E Modified: Jeff Kiesel; Poway, CA; KFR Turbo Sprite; 4.759 (thirteenth National Championship, twelfth in class)

- E Modified Ladies: Shawn Kiesel; Poway, CA; KFR Turbo Sprite; 5.237 (twelfth Nationals Championship, eleventh in class)

For a complete rundown of the competition and results, visit the Tire Rack SCCA® Solo® Nationals Championship webpage.

The Sports Car Club of America®, Inc., founded in 1944, is a 67,500-member motorsports organization that incorporates all facets of autocross, rally and road racing at both Club and professional levels. With headquarters in Topeka, Kansas, the SCCA annually sanctions over 2,000 events through its 116 Regions and subsidiary divisions. Much of the SCCA’s activities are made possible with support from the following Official Partners: Hagerty, the Official Insurance Partner of SCCA; Hawk Performance, the Official Brake Products of SCCA; Sunoco, the Official Fuel of SCCA; and Tire Rack, the Official Tire Retailer of SCCA. To learn more, please visit www.scca.com.

Photo: David Marcus drove a Tesla Model 3 to the B Street title at the 2019 Tire Rack SCCA Solo Nationals Championship.

Photo Credit: David Cosseboom

 

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