Multiple-time Strip track champion Leo Shaver of Las Vegas emerged victorious in the Motorcycle division, but C.W. Hoefer's twin titles in the Pro and Sportsman classes helped Auto Club Raceway edge LVMS for the team title by a single point.

Saturday, Oct. 7

Super Pro
Champion: Travis Theobald, Washington, Utah (.099 reaction/7.522 ET/173.90 mph)
Runner-up: Pedro Valdez, Fullerton, Calif. (.000/10.449/124.60)

Pro
Champion: C.W. Hoefer, Calimesa, Calif. (.025 reaction/12.215 ET/103.77 mph)
Runner-up: Brandon Umberger, Grand Junction, Colo. (.038/8.965/135.27)

Sportsman
Champion: C.W. Hoefer, Calimesa, Calif. (.018 reaction/12.245 ET/94.60 mph)
Runner-up: David Dowdell, Lancaster, Calif. (.030/12.651/100.11)

Motorcycle
Champion: Leo Shaver, Las Vegas (.024 reaction/8.963 ET/145.91 mph)
Runner-up: Aaron Pine, La Mirada, Calif. (-.005/8.961/148.66)

Team championship
1. Auto Club Raceway          68 points
2. Las Vegas Motor Speedway          67
3. Sacramento Raceway          59
4. Rocky Mountain Raceways          54
5. Auto Club Dragway at ACS          50
T6. Sonoma Raceway          48
T6. Wild Horse Pass MSP          48
8. Auto Club Dragway at ACS 2          46
9. Las Vegas Motor Speedway 2          43
10. Irwindale Dragstrip           24
11. Wild Horse Pass MSP 2          22
12. Tucson Dragway          21
13. Barona 1/8-Mile Dragstrip          18
14. Redding Dragstrip          16
T15. Rocky Mountain Raceways 2          12
T15. Albuquerque Dragway          12
T17. Top Gun Raceway          11
T17. Auto Club Famoso Raceway 2          11
T17. Western Colorado Dragway          11
20. Sacramento Raceway 2          6
21. Samoa Dragstrip          4

Sunday, Oct. 8

Summit Showdown

The top five drivers, plus one wild card, from each division competed for a spot in the Auto Club NHRA Finals in Pomona, Calif., where they'll compete for national titles in November. Las Vegas' Kahea Woods advanced to the final round in the Motorcycle division, but fell to Rick Newport of Bluffdale, Calif.

Super Pro
Champion: Katelyn Whynaught, Oceanside, Calif. (.049 reaction/7.765 ET/172.52 mph)
Runner-up: Tony Trimp, Wilton, Calif. (.026/8.735/152.38)

Pro
Champion: Ryan Mangus, Rialto, Calif. (.027 reaction/12.655 ET/100.11 mph)
Runner-up: John Schurr, Peoria, Ariz. (.028/10.892/120.20)

Sportsman
Champion: Sacha Hoefer, Calimesa, Calif. (.019 reaction/12.182 ET/103.57 mph)
Runner-up: Tim Arnswald, La Quinta, Calif. (.041/12.266/108.12)

Motorcycle
Champion: Rick Newport, Bluffdale, Utah (.033 reaction/8.472 ET/149.95 mph)
Runner-up: Kahea Woods, Las Vegas (.068/8.842/149.81)

The High School division title was also decided on Sunday, with Remy Reynolds topping fellow Californian Michael Earleywine for the championship.

High School
Champion: Remy Reynolds, San Diego (.022 reaction/13.976 ET/94.45 mph)
Runner-up: Michael Earleywine, Winchester, Calif. (-.026/12.253/107.26)

Summit Track Manager Challenge
1. Sonoma Raceway          29 points
T2. Auto Club Famoso Raceway          28
T2. Auto Club Dragway at ACS          28
4. Barona 1/8-Mile Dragstrip          24
T5. Wild Horse Pass MSP          23
T5. Sacramento Raceway          23
7. Las Vegas Motor Speedway          22
8. Rocky Mountain Raceways          21
T9. Tucson Dragway          12
T9. Redding Dragstrip          12
11. Top Gun Raceway          11
T12. Irwindale Dragstrip          9
T12. Albuquerque Dragway          9
14. Western Colorado Dragway          7
15. Samoa Dragstrip          3