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Congratulations to the 2019 ALRS Champion Luke Akers.........Race Winner at Hickory was Ethan Elder....P2  Luke Akers....P3 Camryn Rice....P4 Daniel Wilk....P5 Kayla Lyons....P6 John Lenhof....P7 Ashley Pantoulas....P8 Cole Wagnor....P9 Laith Trabelsi....P10 Matt Gould.......Banquet date is December 7, 2019...
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The 2019 ALRS Banquet will be on Saturday, December 7, 2019  in Mt. Ulla, NC Go here for info.
Hickory was the final points race of the season.
Hickory Motor Speedway 11-9-19 race results
North Carolina’s Luke Akers Crowned 2019 Allison Legacy Race Series Champion

SALISBURY, N.C. (November 12, 2019) – With a runner-up finish at Hickory Motor Speedway on Saturday, 15-year-old Luke Akers solidified hist first-ever Allison Legacy Race Series championship.

Heading into the season finale at Hickory Motor Speedway, Akers entered the weekend only six points ahead of fellow North Carolinian, Cole Wagner, but before Akers could take the green flag, he had to first complete his duties as a sophomore at West Davidson High School. On Monday, Akers had band auditions where he earned second chair, and then he also played in a JV football game. He took the PSAT on Tuesday, played in another football game on Thursday and then it was time for the biggest race of his career.

Akers qualified fourth and ran up front all race long at Hickory. Running in second for the majority of the race, Akers kept pace with race leader, Ethan Elder. On the final lap, Akers and Elder battled it out for the win. Akers’ runner-up finish secured him enough points to capture the 2019 Allison Legacy Race Series championship. The title marked the first of his career, and it came in his debut season.

“In the second race of the season, we actually found something, and it sped us up a whole bunch,” Akers said. “We just kind of went on from there, and towards the end, we thought that we were in contention to win the championship, so we just had our mindset towards that, and luckily, it worked out for us.”

Throughout the 2019 season, Akers captured two wins, four poles and 12 top-five finishes. Akers’ wins came at Hickory Motor Speedway and Orange County Speedway. On seven occasions this season, Akers was named the Rookie of the Race.

“It was crazy,” Akers said about earning his first win at Hickory. “We didn’t expect to win it, but once we got that pole, we felt confident in what we were doing.”

Akers continued and said, “When we went to Orange County, that was our second win, and it was in a row. We didn’t qualify on the pole, but we qualified third. We just came out of a cannon. The car felt great.”

Akers joins current and former NASCAR national series stars, John Hunter Nemechek, Trevor Bayne, Chad McCumbee, Regan Smith, Timmy Hill and others as Allison Legacy Racing Series champions.

This year’s Allison Legacy Race Series championship battle was one of the closest in its history. Five drivers visited Victory Lane during the 14-race schedule. Elder’s fifth victory at Hickory on Saturday catapulted him to the winningest driver of the 2019 season. Cole Wagner won four races, followed by Akers and Jantzen Stirewalt with two and Matthew Davey with one.

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Ethan Elder got his fifth win of the year at Hickory on Saturday Nov. 9th  for the last points race on the schedule making him the winningest driver in the series this season. P2 was Luke Akers the points leader and Champion. Camryn Rice got her best finish of the year placing P3. Daniel Wilk who drove his first Legacy race at Hickory had an impressive P4 finish and veteran driver Kayla Lyons was P5. Completing the field were P6 John Lenhof, P7 Ashley Pantoulas, P8 Cole Wagoner, P9 Laith Trabelsi and P10 Matt Gould. Trabelsi was the Pole Sitter starting the race from a pre race practice qualifying time and Akers was the Rookie of the Race. Unfortunately Wagoner, Trabelsi and Gould all ended up at the back of the finishing field due to some hard racing and car damages.

P2 Luke Akers and Crew P3 Camryn Rice
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2019 Points

Pos Driver Pts
1 L.Akers 1321
2 E.Elder 1285
3 C.Wagoner 1285
4 K.Lyons 1111
5 L.Trabelsi 997
6 C.Rice 927
7 J.Lenhof 689
8 A.Pantoulas 683
9 M.Gould 618
10 M.Davey 538
11 E.Glenn 298
12 T.Fritz 232
13 J.Stirewalt 208
02 D.Wilk 89
14 L.Drumheller 74
15 P.Kipp 56
16 Z.Wells 4








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