Windom Is USAC’s ProSource Passing Master

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Chris Windom collected the inaugural ProSource Passing Master title this season with USAC. (Dave Olson photo)

INDIANAPOLIS – Chris Windom commandeered the inaugural season-long ProSource Passing Master standings, leading practically from start to finish to clinch the award.

Windom claimed the $2,500 prize offered to the driver advancing the most total feature positions throughout the USAC Silver Crown, AMSOIL National Sprint Car and NOS Energy Drink National Midget seasons.

Windom’s total of 226 positions advanced in the three series trounced all others in the final tally, ending up being 101 spots more than his nearest competition.

Perhaps most remarkably for the recently-crowned USAC NOS Energy Drink National Midget Series champion, of the 60 USAC national races he competed in this past season, the Canton, Ill., native moved forward from his starting spot on 42 of those occasions.

Justin Grant came the closest to Windom’s mark, advancing in 23 of his feature starts.

Windom’s biggest personal gain of the season came at the Indiana State Fairgrounds’ USAC Silver Crown Hoosier Hundred, where he stormed from the 24th starting spot to finish fifth.

His move from 22nd to fourth in September’s USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car feature at Gas City (Ind.) I-69 Speedway served as the largest move by one driver in any event with that series all year long.

Minden, Nevada’s Tanner Thorson, who competed full-time in the midgets with a series-leading seven victories and made six starts in the sprints, finished an impressive second in the Passing Master points with 125.

Kyle Cummins won three-straight sprint features in the summer and took third in the Passing Master standings with 108.

Gas City Indiana Sprint Week victor Logan Seavey earned fourth overall at 102, while Robert Ballou – who earned Indiana Sprint Week’s Passing Master award – was fifth overall with 101 passes.

Final ProSource Passing Master Points

  1. 226-Chris Windom
  2. 125-Tanner Thorson
  3. 108-Kyle Cummins
  4. 102-Logan Seavey
  5. 101-Robert Ballou
  6. 97-Cannon McIntosh
  7. 96-Shane Cottle, Justin Grant
  8. 79-Brady Bacon
  9. 78-Tyler Courtney
  10. 75-Kyle Larson
  11. 71-Andrew Layser, Chase Stockon
  12. 68-Buddy Kofoid, Daison Pursley
  13. 67-Thomas Meseraull
  14. 63-Kevin Thomas Jr.
  15. 61-Tanner Carrick
  16. 60-Clinton Boyles
  17. 50-Jerry Coons Jr.
  18. 41-Brandon Mattox
  19. 40-Robert Dalby
  20. 38-Emerson Axsom, Mario Clouser, Carson Short
  21. 37-Tyler Thomas
  22. 35-Dave Darland, Chase Johnson, Matt Westfall
  23. 34-C.J. Leary, Jadon Rogers
  24. 32-Mike Haggenbottom
  25. 30-Dakota Jackson, Jake Swanson
  26. 29-Kaylee Bryson, Shane Cockrum
  27. 27-Cole Bodine, Bryan Gossel
  28. 24-David Gravel, Kyle Robbins
  29. 22-Shane Golobic, Matt Goodnight
  30. 19-Jake Neuman, Aaron Pierce
  31. 18-Trey Gropp, Ronnie Wuerdeman
  32. 17-Anton Hernandez
  33. 16-Sam Johnson, Patrick Lawson, Ace McCarthy, Dustin Smith
  34. 14-Zach Daum, Travis Welpott
  35. 12-Chris Phillips
  36. 11-Max Adams, Noah Gass, Austin Nemire
  37. 10-Nate McMillin
  38. 9-Austin Mundie, Bryan Wiedeman
  39. 8-Casey Buckman, A.J. Hopkins, Scotty Weir
  40. 7-Jason McDougal, Ethan Mitchell, Kyle O’Gara
  41. 6-Oliver Akard, Steve Buckwalter, Wyatt Burks, Stephen Schnapf, Casey Shuman, Zeb Wise
  42. 5-Steve Thomas
  43. 4-Jesse Colwell, Chase Randall, Kent Schmidt, Curtis Spicer
  44. 3-Maria Cofer, Mark Cole, Anthony D’Alessio, Kody Swanson
  45. 2-Terry Babb, Dave Berkheimer, Nick Bilbee, Brenham Crouch, Katlynn Leer, Danny Long, Jesse Love, Jake Simmons
  46. 1-Toni Breidinger, Kurt Gross, Kyle Hamilton, Bobby Santos, Tanner Swanson, Jacob Wilson

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