2013 Kalamazoo Speedway Cyber Stock champion Jack Cook has earned an invitation to the 2013 NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Awards Ceremony by virtue of finishing second in the Division V point standings for all asphalt tracks in the NASCAR Whelen-All American Series. The ceremony will take place on Friday, December 13 at the NASCAR Hall of Fame/Charlotte Convention Center.
The NASCAR Finalist Divisions recognize drivers who compete in support divisions at NASCAR Whelen All-American Series tracks. With “Division I” being each track’s top division, the NASCAR Finalist Division line-up at each track highlights drivers competing in their second, third, fourth and fifth tier divisions. Through Sept. 15 a NASCAR-licensed driver’s best 14 finishes counted toward their final point total for the year. Points are kept separately for dirt and asphalt tracks.
“The NASCAR Whelen All-American Series features exciting racing in every division at local short tracks across North America,” said George Silbermann, NASCAR vice president, regional and touring series. “NASCAR congratulates the men and women, and boys and girls who fought hard throughout the season to earn NASCAR Finalists spots in 2013.”
Before heading to Charlotte, Cook will also be honored at the 2013 Kalamazoo Speedway Awards Ceremony on Saturday, October 26 at the Bernhard Center on the Western Michigan University campus in Kalamazoo. He picked up his first ever Cyber Stock championship in 2013 defeating runner-up Barry Jenkins by just 17 points. He will join Dave Long, John Foote, Buddy Head and Outlaw Super Late Model champion Mike “Bubba” Brooks as the champions being honored that evening.
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