Gondik Law Speedway wrapped up the regular season by crowning its season champions Friday.
Four of the six divisions were in doubt heading into the final night at the Superior race track.
The only division champs already known were Kevin Burdick winning his second straight Super Stocks title, and Hornets rookie Tyler Schramm, who held a 45-point lead over Nate Rose.
With Burdick’s title already in hand, Matt Deragon proceeded to pick up his first Super Stocks feature win of the season and second career win at Gondik Law Speedway.
Cory Jorgensen’s seven-point lead over Jared Akervik among the Pure Stocks held as Jorgensen captured the track title with his fifth feature of the season and eighth heat race victory.
Hornets champion Schramm finished 10th in the feature which was won by Tyler Kachinske.
Skeeter Estey won his fourth Midwest Modifieds feature at Superior, but it was Andrew Inman who retained his overall point lead to win his first track championship.
Late Models rookie Devin VanHouse, who held a nine-point lead over Kevin Carlson heading the finale, overcame a fifth-place start to win the feature and the track championship.
Jody Bellefeuille’s five-point lead over Danny Vang in the Modifieds series remained at five points as Bellefeuille took home his second track championship in a week with a third-place finish in the feature. Johnny Broking was the feature winner.