More than 120 drivers representing 17 states converged on Kentucky Speedway to battle for top honors in the Ninth Annual Briggs & Stratton Bandolero and Raceiver Young Lion Nationals Sept. 2-3.

Ronnie Bassett, Jr., of Winston Salem, N.C., took the Bandits Division title, Matt Stover of Gastonia, N.C., captured the Young Guns Division championship, Trey Maughan of Knoxville, Tenn., grabbed the top spot in the Outlaws Division and Thomas Hartensveld of Ringwood, N.J., nailed down top honors in the Young Guns Division.

Full weekend results follow: Bandits A-Main: Bassett, Jr., Cody Blackburn, Joseph Pilato, Scott Hensley, Steven Bergh, Jr., Evan Bell, Bailey Currey, Dylan Ames, Alex Hickham, Evan Swilling, Shawn Hooven, Kyle Lovejoy, Mark Hooven, Mason Massey, Landon Bullock, Zach Hausler, Kyle Plott, Dylan Bassett, Matt Dooley, Travis Robinson. Tyler Poe. Justin Campbell, Matt Kussmaul, Layne Clifton. Young Guns A-Main: Stover, Ryan Glenski, John Myers, Kendall Sellers, Daniel Hemric, Austin Hill, Jordan Coker, Alex Arelano, Bryce Walker, Gerald White, Jr., Dustyn Cunningham, Kenzie Ruston, Sloan Henderson, Mitchell Wilhelm, Kyle Jusitis, Zac Carter, Currie Pierce, Jesse Bernhagen, Blake Eden, JP Weisser, Sam McAuley, Dustin Sword, Ryan Blaney (DQ). Outlaws A-Main: Maughan, Trevor Cauble, Benny Mingo, Nathan Rodgers, Ashleigh Wilkins, Eric Taylor, Chris Morgan, Jenna Jones, Bruce Benson (DQ), Chris McKinney (DQ). Young Lions A-Main: Hartensveld, Austin Dillon, Brandon Dunn, Matt Bowers, Paddy Rodenbeck, J.R. Allen, Mitchell Coble, Justin Hines, Max Gresham, Beau Browning, Josh Williams, Garrett Lancaster, James Fowlkes, Justin Ashley, Ty Dillon, Jermie Johnson, Jack Merino, Corey Smith, Tyler Nuckles, Jordan Webb, Chelsea Schillig, Jimmy Norman, Tommy Klein, Billy Heil.

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