After Bathurst we can add to the list of crowned champions!

Legends In true "legend fashion" these guys were up early and put the competition to bed with one round to spare.

Americas Legends is once again in the hands of Bryan Barns as he opens a 650 point lead on Wayne Hutchison who is seeking to secure his highest finish in any championship.

Micael Hagstrom has claimed the European Legends with consistent performances all year and Harald Stadler has won his duel with Daniel Stevens by virtue of having a massive 320 point drop in hand for the final round.

Sportsman Steven Williams joins Mark Stevenson and Sam T Harper as a Sportsman Champ as he takes the International title after a hard fought, year long battle with Gavin Barber.

Sportsman Teams

In International, MFR Sports moves up a notch from 2019 claims their first team title in the International Premier Division.

In Europe, the Hanson Bros. successfully defend their Premier division title, back to back! Well done.

In Americas, Forge Gold has survived a season long fight with veteran teams Kinetic and UDOX to claim the Premier division title in their first year of existence!

Pro Teams

The European and International Elite championships are not quite settled but in Americas, Kinetic has become the first team other than Alliance to lift the Pro Team Trophy. This has been long sought after and I know is a special win for team boss John King.

With just one round to go 11 of our 15 Championships have now been settled who will complete the scorecard at California??


Through 12 rounds we still have 51 Iron Men standing strong. The list includes; Pros and Sportsmen, young guns and legends, series rookies and series veterans. The differences in these drivers are immense, but it is their attitude that makes them the same. Two more rounds to to qualify for the Iron Warrior Demo derby on December 12th.

Looking at this list got me to thinking about who has earned the Iron Man award before, who has the most starts all time in our series and more.

In almost 7 full YEARS the Majors has run 91 regular season races. The 31 men on the list below have all run at least 50 of those races. The names on this list are Majors Series legends, people who have stuck with and supported the series for many years.

Topping the list is 2014 Champ Bryan Barns who has unloaded his blue #4 in 90 of 91 possible events... yes, ALL BUT ONE. Incredible! Bryan and Jared Morgan are tied for the lead with 5 Iron Man awards and Wayne Hutchison, Tom Dreiling and 2017 Champ Lionel Calisto have each earn 4 Iron Men.

Click here to see the full list of all time starts in series history. The astute among you will have realized that we are very close to 100 regular season races. Without giving away too much info, our 100th race will happen in Round 7 next year at Le Mans, pretty fitting and it will be pretty special!

Good luck to our Iron Men as they try to complete the feat.

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