Edmonton International Raceway awards held Nov. 2

EIR awards night theme was “Here Comes the Rain Again, Dress Appropriately!”

Edmonton International Raceway held its annual awards night in Wetaskiwin recently.

The EIR Banquet was held at the Moose Lodge in Wetaskiwin. Other exciting announcements included the date for the NASCAR LUXXUR 300 on Saturday, July 25th 2020 plus EIR will schedule two major “Hit to Pass” events for 2020 along with a major drifting event

2019 champions

Evolution Racing Mini Cup champion

#12 Rylyn Malone – Red Deer

Rookie of the Year – #8 Connor Skolarchuk – Edmonton

Baby Grand Champion

#77 Faith Luther – Wetaskiwin

Rookie of the year – #23 Maylee Wilkie – Bashaw

Future stock champion and Rookie of the year

#74 Chase Guidolin – Calgary

NASCAR Thunder car champion

#08 Don Lawrence – Fort Saskatchewan

Rookie of the year – #9 Cam Burk and #56 Josh Gitzel

NASCAR Features stock champion

#13 – Cam Burk – Edmonton

Rookie of the year – #95 Alex Clark – Wainwright

NASCAR Super truck champion

#18 – Art Eilander – Calmar

Rookie of the year – #43 Pat Gibeault

NASCAR Modified champion

#88 – Roy Wigley – Calgary

Rookie of the year – #11 Craig Keller

NASCAR Super stock champion

#96 – Erica Thiering – Sherwood Park

Rookie of the year – #2 Mike Ramm and #11 Candice Pahl

NASCAR Super late model champion

#11 – Bill Royce – Red Deer

IMCA Modified champion

#12 Chad Malone – Red Deer

Rookie of the year – #10 Taylor Krause

Special Recognition awards

Volunteer of the Year – 2019

Heidi Dyck, Steven Forth, Kerri Harris and Donald Bootsma

EIR Recognition of Winning Athlete of the Year for Alberta’s Special Olympics

The McTavish family

Friend of EIR and IMCA Racing

Bill Royce, Grant Brown, Tony Lambert

Friends of EIR and Super Late Model Racing

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