Four Veterans Vie for the Elite Series Crown

The fourth season of ASL Elite Series competition comes to close at Nashville Superspeedway on Sunday, with four league veterans competing for the Clocks by Christopher Championship Trophy Clock. Each driver has been a fixture amongst the top competition in the series since the opening race in Fall 2020.

Adam Matz enters the championship looking to avenge a disappointing end to his season in Summer 2021 where he crashed out of the final race at Homestead. Matz won the season opener at Daytona and has been a consistent top finisher with four Top 5s and 10 Top 10s.

Duane Hunt also is making his second straight championship appearance. Still looking for his first career win, there would be no better time for Hunt to pull his best Daniel Hemric impression. Hunt has an impressive six Top 5s this season.

The Fall 2020 champion, Bentley Glaser is looking to close out a dominating season which saw him claim six victories and 8 Top 5s. No one’s been able to match the consistent speed Glaser has shown this season, and he’ll be tough to prevent becoming ASL’s first repeat champion.

As the defending champion, Johnny Avila has had a surprisingly quiet season. Winning two races is below Avila’s typical standard, and he has only scored one top 5 outside those two wins. However, Avila is always a threat in big races and likely will be in contention at the end.

Catch the season finale this Sunday night at 8:30 pm Eastern on Trackside E-Sports.

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