Second Set of ’18 Tire Rack Solo Nats Champs Crowned

LINCOLN, Neb. (Sept. 7, 2018) -- Below are provisional results for each of 33 classes that concluded competition Friday during the 46th Tire Rack SCCA® Solo® Nationals Championships taking place 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.) For a complete rundown of competition, visit the Tire Rack SCCA® Solo® Nationals Championships webpage.

- B Street: Jeremy Foley; Carrollton, TX; BMW 1M; 0.006 (First National Championship)

- B Street Ladies: Shauna Rios; Corona, CA; Porsche Cayman S; 2.505 (First National Championship)

- C Modified: Ben Martinez; San Jose, CA; Van Diemen RF84; 0.574 (Second National Championship, first in class)

- C Modified Ladies: Sue Eckles; Malcolm, NE; Reynard Formula Ford; 1.457 (Sixth National Championship, second in class)

- C Street Prepared: Neal Tovsen; Apple Valley, MN; Mazda Miata; 1.435 (First National Championship)

- C Street Prepared Ladies: Stephanie Humphries; Elizabeth City, NC; Mazda Miata; 1.104 (First National Championship)

- D Prepared: Todd Roberts; Austin, TX; Mazda Miata; 1.180 (First National Championship)

- D Street Prepared: Evan Schickel; Brooklyn, NY; BMW 330Ci; 0.126 (First National Championship)

- E Prepared: Ryan Field; Nashua, NH; Honda Civic; 0.968 (Frist National Championship)

- E Street: Bartek Borowski; Elmwood Park, IL; Mazda Miata; 1.117 (Eighth National Championship, sixth in class)

- E Street Ladies: Meredith Brown; Los Alamos, NM; Toyota MR2 Spyder; 2.329 (Seventh National Championship, fifth in class)

- E Street Prepared: Devin Taylor; Columbus, OH; Chevrolet Camaro Z28; 0.255 (First National Championship)

- E Street Prepared Ladies: Becca Nell; Norwalk, CT; Infiniti G35; 2.793 (First National Championship)

- F Modified: Zak Kiesel; Poway, CA; Raptor F-500; 0.814 (First National Championship)

- F Modified Ladies: Andrea Albin; Ypsilanti, MI; Doof Wagon; 5.388 (Second National Championship, first in class)

- F Street: Jeff Cashmore; New Berlin, WI; BMW M3; 1.505 (Twelfth National Championship, second in class)

- F Street Ladies: Cindy Duncan; Lanesville, IN; Ford Mustang GT; 4.421 (Second National Championship, second in class)

- *Formula SAE: Jack Heideman; Holland, MI; 2018 FSAE; 3.456

- *Formula SAE Ladies: Morgan Dalman; Holland, MI; 2018 FSAE

- H Street: Mike King; Saint Johns, FL; Ford Fiesta ST; 1.013 (Fourth National Championship, second in class)

- H Street Ladies: Laney Blume; Wichita, KS; Mini Cooper; 0.291 (Second National Championship, second in class)

- Kart Modified: Larry MacLeod; Ypsilanti, MI; Honda Tonykart; 2.604 (First National Championship)

- Kart Modified Ladies: Kate Regganie; Joliet, IL; Honda; 0.973 (Third National Championship, third in class)

- Solo Spec Coupe: Adam Benaway; Fayetteville, NC; Scion FRS; 1.296 (First National Championship)

- Solo Spec Coupe Ladies: Jennifer Bedell; Hillsborough, NC; Scion FR-S; 0.832 (Third National Championship, first in class)

- Super Street Modified: Randall Wilcox; Bowie, MD; Mazda Miata; 1.576 Second National Championship, second in class)

- Super Street R: Bryan Heitkotter; Fresno, CA; Chevrolet Corvette Z06; 1.189 (Ninth National Championship, first in class)

- Super Street R Ladies: Nicole Wong; Moorpark, CA; Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport; 13.645 (Eighth National Championship, first in class)

- Street Touring Pony: Brinton Mooberry; Ann Arbor, MI; Chevrolet Camaro SS; 0.104 (First National Championship)

- Street Touring Roadster: Jonathan Lugod; Gardena, CA; Mazda MX-5; 1.465 (Third National Championship, second in class)

- Street Touring Roadster Ladies: Jessica Pao; Alhambra, CA; Mazda MX-5; 2.032 (First National Championship)

- Street Touring Sport: Adam Barber; Minneapolis, MN; Honda CRX; 0.665 (Second National Championship, first in class)

- Street Touring Sport Ladies: Katie Crawford; Hubertus, WI; Honda CRX Si; 7.856 (First National Championship)

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: Chevrolet, the Official Truck of the SCCA; Hawk Performance, the Official Brake Products of SCCA; Mobil 1, the Official Oil of SCCA; Sunoco, the Official Fuel of SCCA; and Tire Rack, the Official Tire Retailer of SCCA. To learn more, please visit

Photo: Adam Benaway on his way to becoming the first ever Solo Spec Coupe class National Champion

Photo Credit: David Cosseboom