"My team has really done a great job this year between working on the car, making sure everything is nice and tight," Chappell said.
"They spend all their time working on this race car. All I do is sit in it and stay on the hammer." The awards event began with dinner followed by a show from magician Steve Lancaster with the AMERI-FLEX / OCRS awards ceremony closing out the evening.
"As long as I have been racing these things (championships) don't come very often.
You really have to work hard for them," said Chappell of the work involved in winning a championship.
Perry also auctioned off a beautiful 24" x 36" canvas portrait of a sprint car with the American flag as the back drop. Perry is looking forward to his future education as a professional graphic arts designer.
Additional awards presented were: Spirit of the Year: Johnny Kent Newcomer of the Year: Joe Bob Lee Perseverance of the Year: Robert Sellers Hardest Charger of the Year: Sheldon Barksdale Most Improved Driver: Shane Sellers Mechanic of the Year: Rob Forehand Joey Perry of Joey Perry Arts presented a hand drawn portrait Chappell's car to Zach Chappell for his championship.In the latter part of the racing season, Chappell overcame a serious challenge by early points leader Shane Sellers who was also searching for his initial crown.In the end, only 66 points separated the two drivers (1212 - 1147).Hot sexy naked women masturbating with sex toys and big dildos.
Some of them are stripping and dancing and some of them likes to do harder stuff.Other top 10 drivers that were honored for their accomplishments in addition to Chappell and Sellers in order were: Sheldon Barksdale, Whit Gastineau, Joe Bob Lee, Johnny Kent, Mickey Walker, Alex Sewell, Shayla Waddell and Cameron Hagin. Robert Sellers, Frank Taft and Joseph Miller were acknowledged for qualifying for the annual point fund as supplied by Tom Lorenz of Hoosier Tire Southwest and Smiley's Racing Products.