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    Ken Lund wins 2008 NSA Championship

    Posted by AmSnow
    on Monday, September 22, 2008

    After a wild season of new event winners and new National records, the 2008 National Speed Association Pro Stock Asphalt Sled Champion is Ken Lund from Brunswick, Maine. Lund and the Wise Man Racing Team of Andy Emmertz and Andy Palmer had an excellent season of racing. They took their Polaris Edge 1000cc Pro Stock to the final during the 2008 Camoplast Asphalt Challenge and got their first win at the Dalton Industries sponsored race in Maryland. Consistency was the key for the team from Maine as they qualified in the top half of the field at all six races and went to the semi-final round in both Maple Grove, Pa., and the Millennium Technologies sponsored race at New England Dragway.

    As the 2008 NSA Points Champion, Lund will be wearing a new custom leather suit next season from Vanson Leathers. Congratulations to the entire Wise Man Racing Team on a well-deserved Championship win.

    The last race of the season created some major changes to the 2008 Championship points. Kristin Stanley (PCS Performance) moved from seventh to third with the event win and Jeff Cullen (Abbott's Power Equipment) moved from third to second with his runner up finish.

    There has been a different winner at each event this season which says a lot about the competitiveness of the teams that race in the NSA series. The NSA series has had so many different winners over the years that you just never know who is going to go home with the win until the final round has finished.

    Congratulations to all of the racers on another successful season of asphalt racing.

    More info: www.nationalspeedassociation.com

    Tags: Racing
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