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Driver: Drew Armstrong
Hometown: Benton, Arkansas
DOB: 01/25/95
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 195 lbs
Marital Status: Married
Division: IMCA Modified
Years Racing: 9
Career Wins: Over 60
Chassis: Rage Chassis
Team Owner: Charlie Armstrong
Favorite Movie: Step Brothers
Favorite Food: Mexican
Favorite Race Track: Boone Speedway (Boone, Iowa)
Racing Hero: Charlie Armstrong
Most Memorable Moment: Super Nationals Qualifying Feature Win at Boone Speedway (Boone, Iowa)
Race Most Like to Win: IMCA Super Nationals at Boone Speedway
Crew Chief: Rick Lynch
Crew: Andrew Acklin, Kevin Lynch
Brief History - Click Here For Drew's Latest Portfolio
2018 Season
▪ 18 IMCA wins, 5 Super Stock wins - 42 top 5’s
▪ I-30 Speedway IMCA Champion and 2nd in Super Stock Champion points
▪ Texarkana 67 Speedway IMCA points champion.
▪ Instead of running Batesville full time, we ran when chances were available, and ended twenty-fifth in points.
▪ Won IMCA state championship, 3rd in central region points, and 8th in overall National Points.
▪ Won the 6th Annual Ed Jordan Memorial IMCA race, out of 44 cars.
▪ Boone Super Nationals; 36th Annual IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals. Won his first qualifier feature (Friday, 8/31/18), Made his first “Big Dance” appearance in his sixth try. Started third place and finished sixth, out of a total of 252 entries. Also, finished seventh in the Harris Auto Racing Modified Race of Champions.
- It took twenty-one years (2001) since an Armstrong made the big dance, was Drew’s father, Charlie Armstrong.
▪ Race for Hope 74, At Batesville Motor Speedway
- Won his heat race, started pole in feature, and ran 5th in his prelim night, which locked into Saturdays big show.
- Saturdays $20,000 to win feature; started 13th and finished 6th, out of 100+ drivers

2017 Season
▪ 21 overall wins; between I-30 Speedway, Batesville Motor Speedway, Diamond Park Speedway, & Tri-State Speedway. 13 IMCA modified wins, and 8 Super Stock wins. Wins included; Prelim night to the Ed Jordan Memorial, and also the Afton Goodson Memorial Race.
▪ I-30 Speedway IMCA modified champion, and second in points in Super Stocks.
▪ 2nd in Batesville Motor Speedway IMCA points.
▪ Won IMCA state championship, & finished top 20 in National IMCA points.
▪ Ran both super stocks and IMCA through the whole year, swept opening night at I-30 in both classes.

2016 Season
▪ Batesville Motor Speedway Track Champion
▪ IMCA, Arkansas State Champion
▪ 8th in final points at I-30 Speedway
▪ 5 feature wins
▪ 30 top fives
▪ 55 top tens
▪ Super Nationals in Boone, Iowa –Finished 35th in points out of 280 cars.

2015 Season
▪ Batesville Motor Speedway Track Champion
▪ 4 feature wins
▪ 18 top fives
▪ 25 top tens
▪ Super Nationals in Boone, Iowa – made every A-Main, but the big show. Finished 42 in points out of 288 cars.
▪ Made the Scrapp Fox Memorial IMCA race at I-30 Speedway – Finished 3rd

2014 Season
▪ Arkansas IMCA State Champion
▪ 3 feature wins
▪ 18 top fives
▪ 25 top tens
▪ Finished 34th in points out of 285 cars at the Super Nationals in Boone, Iowa.
Won 2 heat races and made the A main every night

2013 Season
▪ Arkansas IMCA State Champion
▪ 1 feature win
▪ 10 top fives
▪ 15 top tens
▪ Started 12th and finished 5th in the $2,000 to win Scrapp Fox Memorial race at I-30 Speedway
▪ Finished 58th in points out of 260 cars at Boone for the Super Nationals, in his class
▪ Also made 6 races Late Model starts with the Comp Cam Super Dirt Series, 4 top ten finishes with two DNF’s

2012 Season
▪ Arkansas IMCA State Champion
▪ 1 feature win
▪ 25 top fives
▪ 12 top tens
▪ Fan voted into the All Star Invitational Race in Boone, Iowa. He started 27th
and finished 15th
▪ Made his first ‘Dirty 30’ topless A-Main at I-30 speedway

2011 Season
▪ Arkansas IMCA State Champion
▪ 6th place finish at the Mid America Modified Championship in March 2011
▪ Fan voted into the Fast Shaft All Star Invitational Race at the 2011 Super Nationals in Boone, Iowa. There were 98 candidates, only two from each IMCA region were voted into the race. He was the top vote receiver for the Central region.
▪ 4th in points at I-30 Speedway
▪ 6th in points at Batesville Motor Speedway
▪ 1 feature win; 10 top fives; and 19 top tens
▪ Featured inside IMCA, with a full article on being the youngest driver voted into the Fast Shaft All Star Invitational Race.

2010 Season
▪ Arkansas IMCA State Champion
▪ Rookie of the Year for Batesville Motor Speedway
▪ Rookie of the Year for I-30 Speedway
▪ 10th best rookie in IMCA National Standings
▪ 1 feature win; 7 top fives; and 25 top tens
▪ Featured in IMCA (National Racing Newspaper)
▪ 2nd in Central Region Rookie of the Year for IMCA