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NASCAR -Whelen All-American Series (Formerly Dodge Weekly Series)

NASCAR - Whelen All-American Series

NASCAR Whelen All-American Series
P.O. Box 2875
Daytona Beach, FL 32120
Telephone: (386) 253-0611
Email: fanfeedback@nascar.com
Website: http://www.nascarlocalracing.com

In 2007 Whelen Engineering replaced Dodge, the longstanding sponsor in the weekly series (now All-American). Under the broad umbrella of the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series, are the other related and development leagues of NASCAR. Re-aligned into eight regional groups in 2002. The series is designed to reward excellence at local tracks, comparing performance against drivers of each region, and ultimately against drivers across the United States. Through a formula known as the Competition Performance Index (CPI), an ultimate champion for each region and nationally is generated. The NASCAR Weekly Racing Series features numerous race tracks, ranging in size from .646-mile to .250-mile, including both asphalt and dirt ovals.

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NASCAR - Whelen All-American Series Past Driver Champions

NASCAR - Whelen All-American Series Past Driver Champions

For the 2007 season the NASCAR - Whelen All-American Series will crown Track Champions, State Champions and a National Champion. Points will be awarded based on finishes for the best 18 races ending September 30.

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NASCAR - Dodge Weekly Series Past Driver Champions 2005/2006)

NASCAR - Dodge Weekly Series Past Driver Champions (2005/2006)

For the 2005 and 2006 seasons the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series tracks were grouped into one of four divisions. These divisions wre not determined by geography or types of tracks. Drivers in the feature class at each track were awarded points in each event. The leaders at each track were ranked in the Division standings for their best 16 finishes. There are four divisiond (I,II,III,IV) and each divisinal winner recieves a $25,000 bonus. The National Champion is determined by the highest winning total of the four divisinal champions. There is an additional $50,000 bonus for winning the National Championship.

Past Championship Winners

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NASCAR - Dodge Weekly Series Past Driver Champions (Prior to 2005)


NASCAR - Dodge Weekly Series Past Driver Champions (Prior to 2005)

Prior to 2005 the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series declared eight regional group Champions. Through a formula known as the Competition Performance Index (CPI), an ultimate champion for each region and nationally is generated. The NASCAR Weekly Racing Series presented by Dodge began its current format in 1982 when the first NWRS national champion was crowned. Prior to 1982, state champions were crowned in the series.

NASCAR - Dodge Weekly Series National Champions (Prior to 2005)

Regional champions (prior to 2006) can be accessed by clicking on the region link.

Atlantic Region:
Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. Variety of race cars including Late Model Stock Cars, Modifieds and Pro Late Models.

Northwest Region:
Washington, Idaho, Northern California, Utah and Colorado. Variety of race cars including Sportsman Late Models, Late Models, Super Stocks, Modifieds and West Coast Late Models.

Heartland Region:
Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin along with parts of Iowa and Southern Minnesota. Variety of race cars including Dirt Late Model , Late Model and Super Late Model.

Midwest Region:
Iowa, Kansa, Montana and Minnesota. Races include Dirt Late Model cars.

New England Region:
Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Cars include Asphalt Modifieds, Pro Stocks, along with the Dirt Modifieds

Northeast Region:
New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Variety of cars including Late Model Stock Cars, Super Late Models, Late Model Pro Cars, Pro Stocks, and Dirt Modifieds.

Southeast Coastal Region:
Virginia, the Carolinas, Georgia and Florida. Variety of cars including Late Model Stock Cars, Dirt Late Models and Sportsman.

Sunbelt Region:
Nevada, California, Texas and Arizona. Variety of cars including Late Model Stock, Super Late Models, Sportsman and NWRS Modifieds.

Previous Regions Champions

Central Region
Eastern Seaboard Region
Southeast Region
Great Northern Region
Mid American Region
Mid Atlantic Region
Pacific Coast Region