LIST: IMCA Super Nationals Modified Champions

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Ethan Dotson (1) battles Ricky Thornton Jr. during the IMCA Super Nationals modified feature Saturday at Boone Speedway. (Shawn Crose Photo)
Ethan Dotson (1) is the defending winner of the IMCA Super Nationals modified feature. (Shawn Crose Photo)

BOONE, Iowa — The 38th annual IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s comes to a close Sunday with the crowning of the modified champion at Boone Speedway.

Iowan Mike Schulte was the first Super Nationals modified winner in 1983 and California’s Ethan Dotson is the defending champion of the prestigious event that attracts grassroots racers from across the country.

Boone native John Logue has won the event a record five times.

Traveling late model racers Ricky Thornton Jr. (2016) and Kyle Strickler (2014, ’15) are among the former Super Nationals winners in the modified division.

Logue, Strickler, Richie Gustin, Kevin Stoa, Mark Noble, Wayne Larson and Mike Frieden have won the event more than once.

All six nights of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s will be broadcast live via SPEED SPORT TV affiliate IMCA.TV.

IMCA Modified Super Nationals Champions

2019 Ethan Dotson Bakersfield, Calif.
2018 Jeff Aikey Cedar Falls, Iowa
2017 Richie Gustin Gilman, Iowa
2016 Ricky Thornton Jr. Chandler, Ariz.
2015 Kyle Strickler Mooresville, N.C.
2014 Kyle Strickler Mooresville, N.C.
2013 Dylan Smith Osceola, Neb.
2012 Jeff Taylor Cave City, Ark.
2011 Richie Gustin Gilman, Iowa
2010 Jimmy Gustin Marshalltown, Iowa
2009 Randy Havlik Madrid, Iowa
2008 Kevin Stoa Salisbury, N.C.
2007 Todd Shute Des Moines, Iowa
2006 Rich Lewerke Garner, Iowa
2005 Benji LaCrosse Luxemburg, Wis.
2004 David Murray Jr. Oberlin, Kan.
2003 John Logue Boone, Iowa
2002 Darren Williams Phoenix, Ariz.
2001 John Logue Boone, Iowa
2000 Kevin Stoa Austin, Minn.
1999 John Logue Boone, Iowa
1998 John Logue Boone, Iowa
1997 Mark Noble Blooming Prairie, Minn.
1996 Kelly Boen Henderson, Colo.
1995 John Logue Boone, Iowa
1994 Mark Noble Blooming Prairie, Minn.
1993 Ron Pope Spencer, Iowa
1992 Wayne Graybeal Springfield, MO
1991 Tom Bartholomew Waterloo, Iowa
1990 Wayne Larson Ames, Iowa
1989 Kevin Pittman Waterloo, Iowa
1988 Mark Noble Blooming Prairie, MN
1987 Wayne Larson Ames, Iowa
1986 Mike Frieden Swisher, Iowa
1985 Mike Frieden Swisher, Iowa
1984 Jack Mitchell Cedar Falls, Iowa
1983 Mike Schulte Norway, Iowa

Every night of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s on Sept. 7-13 will be broadcast live via SPEED SPORT TV affiliate IMCA.TV. Check out all of our coverage of the IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals on our coverage index page!