Year-By-Year History: Ohio Sprint Speedweek

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2008

The 26th annual Ohio Speedweek started with three consecutive rainouts before Randy Hannagan won the opener at Hilltop Speedway. It was his only victory in four events, but it was enough to give him the series championship.

Dale Blaney won twice, including the $10,000-to-win main event at Eldora. David Harrison triumphed at Fremont Speedway.

2009

Pennsylvania invader Stevie Smith won back-to-back features during the middle of the week and rode it to the Ohio Speedweek title.

Tim Shaffer, who topped the $10,000-to-win finale at Fremont Speedway, also won a pair of features. Danny Smith and Terry McCarl also visited victory lane.

David Gravel (89), Byron Reed (5), Dale Blaney (2) and Tim Shaffer go four wide prior to an Ohio Speedweek event in 2010. (Rick Sherer photo)

2010

Eighteen-year-old David Gravel won the Limaland Motorsports Park round of Ohio Speedweek for his first All Star victory. That was enough to help him win the title for the event that covered nine days around the Buckeye state.

Tim Shaffer won three features, including the $10,000-to-win finale at Fremont Speedway. Dave Blaney picked up two wins and Byron Reed, Brad Sweet and Rob Chaney each won once.

2011

Tim Shaffer picked up two victories, including the finale at Fremont Speedway to capture the Speedweek championship.

Dale Blaney won twice, while Kyle Sauder grabbed a victory at Limaland Motorsports Park. Three races were rained out.

2012

Stevie Smith won the second round of Ohio Speedweek at Waynesfield Raceway Park and rode it to his second series title.

Kyle Larson and Dale Blaney each won two features, with Blaney topping the big-money finale at Fremont Speedway. Danny Holtgraver, Brandon Matus and Shane Stewart also triumphed. One race was rained out.

2013

Tim Shaffer went without a feature victory en route to the Ohio Speedweek title.

Jac Haudenschild won at Eldora Speedway and Limaland Motorsports Park, while Dale Blaney topped the $10,000 finale at Fremont Speedway.

Chris Andrews, Brad Sweet and Shane Stewart also won features.

2014

Dale Blaney put an exclamation point on his fifth Ohio Speedweek championship, winning the final three races of the series, including the $10,000-to-win finale at Fremont Speedway.

Jac Haudenschild, Christopher Bell and Danny Holtgraver also won features, with rain claiming three events.

2015

Greg Wilson copped Speedweek victories at Eldora Speedway and Fremont Speedway and when the final two rounds were rained out, he earned his first Ohio Speedweek title.

Dale Blaney won three features and Sheldon Haudenschild claimed a pair of victories.

Kyle Larson won the 2016 Ohio Speedweek opener at Attica Raceway Park. (Vince Vellella Photo)

2016

Chad Kemenah won his second Ohio Speedweek title, and for the second time he did it without winning a feature.

Kyle Larson was the only driver to win two features, while Jac Haudenschild topped the $10,000-to-win finale at Eldora Speedway. Sheldon Haudenschild, Rico Abreu, Bryan Clauson and Randy Hannagan also won main events.

2017

Tim Shaffer used victories at Eldora Speedway and Waynesfield Raceway Park to push him to his second Ohio Speedweek championship.

Kyle Larson won a pair of features, while Spencer Bayston and Cole Duncan each won once. Two races were rained out.

2018

Paul McMahan topped the Speedweek opener at Attica Raceway Park and was consistent enough through the remainder of the week to win his first Speedweek title.

While rain washed out two events, Aaron Reutzel, Kyle Larson, Christopher Bell, Chad Kemenah and Cole Duncan also won features.

2019

The 37th running of Ohio Speedweek was plagued by rain with Dale Blaney riding a victory at Muskingum County Speedway to his sixth Speedweek crown.

Aaron Reutzel, Kyle Larson and Buddy Kofoid also triumphed as rain claimed five of the nine scheduled races.

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