Eligible 2019 Stock Car track champions are: And eligible 2019 Modified track champions include: Eligible 2019 Northern SportMod track champions include: The Harris Auto Racing Race of Champions for Modifieds, Sunoco Race Fuels Race of Champions for Stock Cars, Stephenville Starter Race of Champions for Hobby Stocks and BSB Manufacturing Race of Champions for Northern SportMods will be held Saturday, Sept. 12 at Boone Speedway. Tyler Andreasen, Adam Armstrong, Brett Berry, Jeremy Birch, Adam Birck, Jorddon Braaten, Ben Chapman, Steve Clancy, Scott Clay, Danny Concelman, Todd Cooper, Vince Engebregtsen, Thomas Froggatt, Jacob Hagemann, Cole Hanshew, Mark Harrison, Rex Higgins, Jim Horejsi, Tyler Inman, Kevin Johnson, Luke Johnson, Michael Johnson, Phillip Keller, Jamey Kennicutt, Ethan Killingsworth, Michael Kramer, Eric Larson, Erik Laudenschlager, Richard Longacre, Hunter Longnecker, Matt Looft, Cody Malcom, Darren Medler, Cameron Meyer, Matt Micheli, Adam Morris, Miles Morris, Jarrod Mounce, Thomas Nelson Jr., George Nordman, Zecheriah Norgaard, Kyle Olson, Eric Paul, Robby Rosselli, Fred Ryland, Jared Schaller, David Schmidt, Jayden Schmidt, Eric Sloan, Nate Smith, Tyler Soppe, Camron Spangler, Luke Stallbaumer, Justin Svoboda, Robbie Thome, Cody Thompson, Chris VanMil, Andy Wagner, Adam Weber, Andy Welch, Don West, Skyler Winebarger, Brian Wortman, Chris Wright, Jason Wright and Sean Wyett. Chris Abelson, Mark Adams, Drew Armstrong, Casey Arneson, Lance Arneson, Brandon Beckendorf, Tom Berry Jr., Austin Burke, Jamie Campbell, Jarrett Carter, Kellen Chadwick, Rick Chorniak, Chad Clancy, Cory Davis, Shane DeMey, Zane DeVilbiss, Brenten DeYoung, Jake Donnelly, Brandon Durbin, Justin Elmer, Tyson Evans, Steve Fairbanks, Zach Fettinger, John Flory, Neal Flowers, Kelsie Foley, Troy Foulger, Jeremy Frenier, Bryce Garnhart, Tripp Gaylord, Jason George, Josh Gilman, John Gober, David Goode Jr., Josh Goodwin, Dylan Goplen, Daniel Gottschalk, William Gould, Jordan Grabouski, Scott Gray, Kevin Green, Justin Gregg, Jimmy Gustin, Richie Gustin, Travis Hagen, Clay Hale, Joe Haresky, Bryan Harkness, Jerad Herring, Glen Hibbard, Matthew Hicks, Coltin Jackman, Bricen James, Aaron Johnson, Rory Jordan, Shane Kelley, Eddie Kirchoff, Doug Lockwood, Josh Long, Wade Lumsden, Josh McGaha, Mitch Machado, Zachary Madrid, Jake Mayden, Jeremy Meirhofer, Dan Menk, Chris Mills, Jeremy Mills, Clay Money, Bob Moore, Danny Morrison, David Murray Jr., Brent Nielsen, Chris Nieman, John Oliver Jr., Duane Orsburn, Chris Palsrok, Travis Panko, Jack Parker, Joey Price, Paul Reeder, Craig Reetz, Ryan Roath, Jesse Rogotzke, Anthony Roth, Joel Rust, Cory Sample, Robby Sawyer, Bradley Schmidt, Mark Schulte, Clay Sellard, Jeff Sheppard Jr., Kelly Shryock, Jesse Skalicky, Brandon Smith, Jeff Stephens, Tyler Stoddard, Andy Straight, Matt Szecsodi, Regan Tafoya, James Thompson, Ricky Thornton Jr., Myles Tomlinson, Rob VanMil, Tim Ward, Johnny Whitman, Ashton Wilkey, Austin Wonch and Chris Zogg. 2019 track champions who have moved up a division (i.e. Northern SportMod to Modified or Sprint Car, or Hobby Stock to Stock Car) will not be eligible to qualify for the RoC in their former division. Jeffrey Abbey, Westin Abbey, Jason Adcock, Jeremy Andrews, Travis Baird, D.J. Banks, Travis Barker, Joren Boyce, Jerrett Bransom, Austin Brauner, Jacob Bruns, Troy Burkhart, Darryl Campbell, Cody Center, Jeremy Christians, Kyle Clough, Michael Cole, James Comins, Bill Crimmins, Scott Davis, Tom Gallagher, Sean Gentry, Jordan Grabouski, Derek Green, Mike Hagen, Ryan Harris, Ed Henderson, Austin Jahnz, Chad Johnson, Chad Kohle, Brian Lessig, Dan Mackenthun, Cole Mather, Steve Meyer, Jeff Mroczkowski, Angel Munoz, Mike Nichols, John Oliver Jr., Brad Ostler, Blake Peeler, Kyle Pfeifer, Brandon Pruitt, Jeremy Pundt, Irvin Kevin Roberts, Mich Ross, Jay Schmidt, Chad Schroeder, Bryan Schutte, David Smith, Donavon Smith, Jake Smith, Aaron Spangler, Johnny Spaw, Matt Speckman, Shane Stutzman, Ricky Thornton Jr., Tyler Tipton, Duane Toyne, Travis Van Straten, Rob VanMil, Jarod Weepie, Cary White, Gary Williams and Casey Woken. 2019 track champions, as well as 2020 champions or current point leaders, along with former RoC winners, Super Nationals, national and regional champions, will be eligible to qualify. Tim Anderson, Zach Ankrum, Roy Armstrong, Layne Bellm, Brady Bencke, Andrew Bertsch, Tanner Clough, Joshua Cordova, Austin Davis, Jason Duggins, Jason Fusselman, Tim Gonska, Chad Heater, Don Holman, Timothy Huseby, Klayson Jager, Dave Johnson, Brad King, Dylan Lister, Marc Minutolo, Cody Nielsen, Tyler Ollendieck, Zach Olmstead, Matt Olson, Brad Orvedahl, Stacee Payne, Joe Peterson, Cory Probst, Dalton Ronnebaum, Jason Ruby, Aaron Rudolph, Leevi Runge, Reagan Sellard, Aaron Shearn, Kyle Shutt, Tony Slothower, Bryce Sommerfeld, Dave Taylor, Kile Vohringer, Justin Wacha, Jeff Ware, Daniel Wauters and Cody Williams. Eligible 2019 Hobby Stock track champions are: “There was a need to adjust eligibility because of the situation a number of tracks have experienced in 2020,” explained IMCA President Brett Root. “We expanded eligibility to include these deserving drivers due to the restricted schedules at these facilities resulting from the pandemic.” Twelve cars will qualify for and run 12 laps in each of those events. The list of 2020 track champions and point leaders will be announced on Aug. 31; no driver who is not on any of the pre-announced lists of eligible drivers will be allowed to qualify. BOONE, Iowa – IMCA officials have announced that more drivers will be eligible to qualify for the race of champions in their respective divisions at the upcoming IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s.