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10 Things to Know: Night of Champions #1 at Five Flags

Four champions will be crowned this weekend at Five Flags Speedway.


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- Four local classes at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida will crown their 2022 season champions this coming Saturday at the half-mile track.

- The old worn out track of Five Flags Speedway (FL) is the backdrop for the Night of Champions. The old surface has not been repaved since the 1970s and is all about tire management.

- Panama City, Florida driver Timothy Watson leads the Outlaw Points this year over Logan Boyett heading into the final race. Watson holds a 52 point margin over the Pensacola, Florida driver. Watson has four wins this season to Boyett’s three wins. The deciding factor is that Watson has been in the top 10 for all the races this year and he’s only had one finish outside the top five. Regardless of what happens, one of these two will be the sixth different winner in Outlaw track championship history.

- On the other hand, Logan Boyett is leading the Pro Truck division at Five Flags Speedway (FL). Boyett is up 21 points on Caleb Sanford and 30 points on Maddox Langham. Seth Christensen is fourth, 46 points back. Boyett has three wins this season and hopes to lock up his second Pro Truck title as he was the champion in 2022.

- In the Sportsman class, Brannon Fowler holds an 18 point lead over Maddox Langham and a 23 point edge over Daryl McDonald III. Last year’s champion, Jim Pokrant, sits fourth with a very slim chance of repeating. Both Fowler and Langham have two wins this season while McDonald, III has a single win. Fowler is seeking his fourth championship in this division.

- Logan Boyett will be seeking a fourth night in which he wins both features in the Outlaws and the Pro Truck divisions. Boyett has won both races not once, not twice, but there times this season.

- The Pure Stock division finds Robert Loper up 65 points on Caleb Burkett for the 2022 points crown. Loper has been the man to beat this year having won six races so far. Loper has locked up his second straight championship in the class.

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- The Pro Trucks and Sporstmen both have 30-lap features.. The Outlaws will go 35 laps and the Prue Stocks will go 25 for the championship night.

- Of course, all these classes will return for the Snowball Derby weekend in December. The only thing more prestigious than a track championship is a win at Five Flags Speedway on Snowball Derby weekend.

- You can watch all the action live of RacingAmerica.TV - If you can’t make it to the race track then watch it online and see who gets the wins and the championships.