The JEGS Performance Quick 330 class is one of the toughest classes at National Trail Raceway. The class features some of the fastest Jr. Dragster racers in the region competing at 6 events during the season. Winning a championship in the class can be very difficult since the margin for error is so small. This year was even harder than normal since rain forced a cancellation of one of the events and racers only competed in 5 events. At the end of the season, it was Ryan Hoberg sitting in the #1 spot in points and claiming the JEGS Quick 330 championship.
The first race of the year for the JEGS Quick 330 class didn’t take place until July and Hoberg and his team parked their car in the winner’s circle that night over the defending champion. At the next race Ryan took his car to the final round, taking home a runner-up finish. In the final 3 races of the series, Ryan took home another runner-up and a semi-final finish. Hoberg ended the season 11 points ahead of second place.
“I want to thank my crew, Tom and Molly Stilwell and my family, Shelly, Jimmy and Cody Hoberg. Without them being there for me and working with me this championship wouldn’t have been possible,” said Hoberg. “I also want to thank my sponsors, JEGS, Pure Power and Bazell Race Fuels.”
Hoberg plans on defending his championship next year and will be looking to add to the trophy case a Jr. Lightning championship as well.
“A championship to me is something that you have to work for, it takes dedication and hard work but if you are willing to do that you can achieve anything,” said Ryan.
Congrats to the 2020 JEGS Quick 330 champion Ryan Hoberg.