SPARK History

SPARK Dueling Champions

  • 2059 - Christian "Flip" Nelson
  • 2058 - Mark Mitchell
  • 2057 - Michael Miller
  • 2056 - Michael Miller
  • 2055 - Michael Miller
  • 2054 - Brian Strassman
  • 2053 - Pete Jansen
  • 2052 - Brian Strassman
  • 2051 - Eric O'Denius
  • 2048-2050 - Records lost in the Dark Time.
  • 2047 - Co-Champions Jeff Tidball and Jim Beecher
  • 2046 - Jeff Tidball
  • 2045 - Brian Strassman
  • 2044 - Jeff Tidball
  • 2043 - Co-Champions Jim Beecher, Jeff Tidball, and Dan Lake

SPARK Racing Champions

  • 2044 - Jim Beecher

SPARK Circuit Champions

  • 2058 - Christian "Flip" Nelson
  • 2057 - Circuit not held due to BLUD interference.
  • 2056 - Michael Miller
  • 2055 - Michael Miller
  • 2054 - Jim Beecher
  • 2053 - Michael Miller
  • 2052 - Pete Jansen
  • 2051 - Jim Beecher
  • 2045 - Jeff Tidball

AADA Champions and World Finalists

Regional Champions

  • 2051 - North Regional Dueling Champion - Michael Miller
  • 2044 - North Regional Dueling Champion - Pete Jansen

World Finalists

  • 2051 - 4th Place, World Dueling Championship - Eric O'Denius
  • 2050 - 3rd Place (tie), World Dueling Championship - Michael Miller
  • 2050 - 6th Place (tie), World Dueling Championship - Brian Strassman
  • 2047 - 6th Place, World Dueling Championship - Jim Beecher
  • 2046 - 2nd Place, World Dueling Championship - Jeff Tidball
  • 2044 - 6th Place, World Racing Championship - Brian Strassman

Special SPARK Awards

2058

  • Pity Points Champion - Mark Mitchell
  • Rookie of the Year - Tony DelVecchio

2056

  • Pity Points Champion - Pete Jansen

2055

  • Pity Points Champion - Pete Jansen

2054

  • Rookie of the Year - Chris Campbell
  • Pity Points Champion - Michael Miller
  • Feeb-El, Last Son of Krypton - Eric “Odie” O'Denius, for setting up our ongoing character campaign and then dropping the ball due to work.

2053

  • Pity Points Champion - Eric O'Denius
  • Feeb-El, Last Son of Krypton - Car Wars 5th Edition. It might work better if you make the design rules at the same time as the example cars.

2051

  • Rookie of the Year - Jacob Shafer, for getting his first duel win in only his second duel!
  • Document of the Year - Eric Freeman's CWRQ/ODQ, which have settled many a SPARK rules dispute. All Hail The Document!
  • Look! Party Favors! - Christian "Flip" Nelson, for generating the most confetti in duels this season.
  • Say Cheese! - Glen Bucher - for driving into the 2051 WDC semifinals with that flechette-gun monstrosity of his and thus providing a fine argument for all future SPARK high-division WDC designs to include plasticore tires as standard equipment.
  • Chapter of the Year That Isn't SPARK - SHAAG, the Southern Hitmen Autoduel Assassin's Guild, for being a great group of guys to duel with and generally be around.
  • Shameless Self-Promotion - Our sponsorship of Tim Graff's SPARK/A&W #3 Bomber this season at Elko Speedway.
  • Feeb-El, Last Son of Krypton - Still debating who to give it to.

Standings and Reports

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