Worthington, Ohio---Modifieds will join three other competition divisions in determining two subregional champions in 2019.
Events in Northwestern and Southeastern territories within Region II, determined by a line passing through the Association’s birthplace in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, will count toward separate point standings and year-end funds.
Light Pro Stocks and Two Wheel Drives first ran circuits in 2017 that were split into Eastern and Western subregions by Interstate 75, and StainlessDiesel.com Pro Stock Diesel 4x4 3.0s joined them last season. All four divisions’ series correspond to Enderle Pull-Off qualifying paths except for late-season wraparound events.
Region II Modified Minis will compete for North, South, and at-large Enderle berths but only a single championship.
2019 Region II Subregional Championships
- LT PS East (16): New Castle, Marion, London, Wilmington, Washington Court House, Lebanon, Springfield, Mount Vernon, Owensville, Urbana, Sandusky, Zanesville, Canton x 2, Richwood, West Salem
- LT PS West (14): Preble, Rushville, Arcola x 2, Eaton (PCS), Charlotte, Hamilton, Fort Recovery x 2, Monroe, Eaton (PCF), Greenville, Roanoke, Lynn
- TWD East (13): Marion, London, Wilmington, Lebanon, Mount Vernon, Owensville, Marysville, Sandusky, Zanesville, Canfield, Findlay, Old Washington, West Salem
- TWD West (12): Rushville, Arcola, Eaton (PCS), Charlotte, Hamilton, Eaton (PCF), Edon, Napoleon, Greenville, Hudsonville, Wauseon, Roanoke
- PSD 4x4 3.0 East (8): London, Wilmington, Washington Court House, Lebanon, Mount Vernon, Marysville, Canton, Old Washington
- PSD 4x4 3.0 West (11): Preble, Arcola x 2, South Bend, Eaton (PCS), Charlotte, Cassopolis, Eaton (PCF), Greenville, Roanoke, Allegan
- MOD R2 Northwest (12): Preble, Arcola x 2, Charlotte, Monroe, Mason, Edon, Sandusky, Greenville, Fremont, Wauseon, Roanoke
- MOD R2 Southeast (14): Marion, London, Wilmington, Washington Court House, Lebanon, Springfield, Mount Vernon, Owensville, Marysville, Urbana, Zanesville, Canfield, Old Washington, West Salem
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