Drake Troutman took home a pair of Modified victories Saturday night during the “Small Car Nationals” at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex in Markleysburg, Pa.
Earning the pole position for the 602 Modified feature on Saturday evening via preliminary events, Troutman piloted the Kevin Vanhorn-owned No. 83 entry to his tenth win of the season.
Rolling off on the front row for the UMP Modified A-Main on Saturday, Drake drove his Smith Transport No. 7 RFI Resources/ MB Customs Modified to his second win of the night and 11th overall of 2020.
In the Limited Late Model ranks, Drake started on the pole of the main event and went on to place second behind Dan Zechman.
For complete results from these events, please visit www.RoaringKnob.com.
Drake Troutman recently clinched his first-career Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series title. In seven starts on the regional tour, Troutman notched a pair of Top-5 performances and five Top-10 outings. He finished just one-point ahead of Jared Miley in the final tour standings.
“In a championship battle, it’s not just about winning, consistency is key,” said Troutman. “I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished this season. We raced against some tough field at those events and in the end, the consistency paid off. Thanks to my family, crew, and all of our great sponsors for their support.”
To learn more about the Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series, please visit www.UltimateSupers.com.