After the Playoffs we determined which Charities we will be supporting this year, now we know what races each will be attached to.

Wounded Warrior Project | Daytona 2.4

Dale Jr. Foundation | Daytona 500 Fight Colorectal Cancer | Bathurst 2h, Masters of F3 & Long Beach BestFriends.org | Musket 250 Canadian Civil Liberties Association | Nurburgring 2.4h Macmillan Cancer Support | Indy 500 CureLGMD2I Foundation | Le Mans Alzheimer's Association | Chili Bowl, Hell, Crandon The Hunger Project | 2.4h of Spa Sarge's Place | Southern 500 American Foundation for Suicide Prevention | Italian Grand Prix Cancer Society New Zealand | Phillip Island, Five Flags, Southern National ASPCA | Suzuka, Brands Hatch, Road Atlanta Fishing with Vets | Indy Japan 300


Playoff Saturday was the exclamation point on a long and amazing 2020 season.

The day began with the most important members in the series... The Iron Men. The Iron Warrior Demo Derby was a 100 lap, laugh a minute (or second) affair. The lead would change hands numerous times and as is tradition, no lead is ever safe. In the end Cam Dance would tip toe through the wreckage and claim the victory. He was aided by a truce from some of his International Region brethren and some hilariously bad "take out" attempts.

As could only happen in this event, Cam celebrated, not with donuts, but by LITERALLY carrying close competitor Ross Banfield around the track for his victory lap.

For the actual Playoffs we saw 26 Sportsman and 31 Pro drivers turn up for Round 1.

Round 1 | Bathurst | Results Pro - 1st Cam Dance, 2nd Christian Challiner, 3rd Ross Banfield

Sportsman - 1st Matt Andrews, Robert Deloach, 3rd Gavin Barber

Round 2 | Five Flags | Results

Pro - 1st Dallas Pataska, 2nd Christian Challiner, 3rd Cam Dance

Sportsman - 1st David Gargaro Jr., 2nd Mark Stevenson, 3rd Bryan Hallock

Round 3 | Chili Bowl | Results Pro - 1st Cam Dance, 2nd Christian Challiner, 3rd Travis Henderson

Sportsman - 1st Mark Stevenson, 2nd Jason McSparron, Casey Sawetch

Congratulations to Cam Dance and Mark Stevenson for claiming the Pro and Sportsman Playoff titles!

Charity winners!

By far the most important thing about the Playoffs is determining the charities we will support in 2021. With just a couple outstanding, here is a list of of the organizations will be supporting next year.

Cam Dance / Fight Colorectal Cancer

Christian Challiner / CureLGMD2I Foundation

Travis Henderson / ASPCA

Mark Stevenson / Canadian Civil Liberties Association

Jason McSparron / Fishing with Vets

Casey Sawetch / BestFriends.org

Bryan Barns / Alzheimers Association

Ross Banfield / American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Harald Stadler / TBD

Liam Quinn / Macmillan Cancer Support

Ryan Steele / Sarge's Place

David H Baker / TBD

Daniel Stevens / Cancer Society New Zealand

At Large Choice / Wounded Warrior