Tyler Courtney Holds Slim Super License Lead

As the calendar moves into October, just two months and 15 races remain in the USAC National season. Tyler Courtney remains out in front of the Mike Curb Super License point standings with a slim 19-point lead over Chris Windom.

Courtney, the reigning Super License champ and USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car titlist, has earned the most combined points between USAC’s Silver Crown, AMSOIL National Sprint Car and NOS Energy Drink National Midget divisions throughout the 2019 season thus far.

He remains the only driver to win main events in all three of the divisions thus far this year and has already accumulated a total of 15 National feature victories with 7 Midget, 7 Sprint and 1 Silver Crown, most among all drivers. The Indianapolis, Ind. native leads the Midget points, is second in the Sprint standings, and finished 16th in the final Silver Crown tally where he ran a partial schedule only on the dirt.

Windom (Canton, Ill.) is a close second behind Courtney as he seeks his first Super License crown following a Silver Crown title in 2016 and a National Sprint championship in 2017.

In its 20th year, the Mike Curb Super License will pay a $5,000 reward and a USAC Super License worth $900 at the year-end USAC Night of Champions in December in Indianapolis, Ind.

MIKE CURB SUPER LICENSE STANDINGS

(As of October 4, 2019)

1. (3,662) Tyler Courtney

2. (3,643) Chris Windom

3. (3,495) Kevin Thomas, Jr.

4. (2,901) Justin Grant

5. (2,695) C.J. Leary

6. (2,655) Jason McDougal

7. (2,450) Brady Bacon

8. (1,705) Chase Stockon

9. (1,424) Logan Seavey

10. (1,361) Carson Short

11. (1,341) Zeb Wise

12. (1,255) Chad Boat

13. (1,203) Tanner Carrick

14. (1,199) Jerry Coons, Jr.

15. (1,157) Isaac Chapple

16. (1,084) Tucker Klaasmeyer

17. (966) Tanner Thorson

18. (902) Andrew Layser

19. (883) Dave Darland

20. (868) Kyle Cummins

21. (681) Josh Hodges

22. (669) Chad Boespflug

23. (662) Jesse Colwell

24. (638) Kody Swanson

25. (637) Karsyn Elledge

26. (631) Dustin Clark

27. (590) Matt Goodnight

28. (568) Robert Ballou

29. (564) Matt Westfall

30. (549) Brian VanMeveren

31. (536) Tyler Thomas

32. (535) Zach Daum

33. (529) Max Adams

34. (518) Holley Hollan

35. (489) David Byrne

36. (468) Ethan Mitchell

37. (435) Timmy Buckwalter

38. (418) Eric Gordon

39. (417) Thomas Meseraull

40. (410) Zane Hendricks

41. (395) Dakota Jackson

42. (391) Kyle Robbins

43. (388) Cole Bodine

44. (381) Kyle Hamilton

45. (378) Bobby Santos

46. (357) Mike Haggenbottom

47. (337) Austin Nemire

48. (320) Jarett Andretti

49. (291) Mario Clouser

50. (288) Sam Johnson

51. (276) Shane Golobic

52. (269 )Steve Buckwalter

53. (257) Nick Bilbee

54. (254) Derek Bischak

55. (250) Michael Pickens

56. (240) Steve Thomas

57. (229) Stephen Schnapf

58. (222) Cody Gallogly

59. (215) T.J. Artz

60. (212) Terry Richards

61. (200) Carmen Perigo

62. (176) Sterling Cling

63. (165) Aaron Pierce

64. (164) John Heydenreich

65. (158) Damion Gardner

66. (147) Chad Kemenah & Kent Schmidt

68. (146) Jim Anderson

69. (137) Tanner Swanson

70. (133) Dustin Ingle

71. (130) Dave Berkheimer

72. (125) Brian Gerster & Shane Cottle

74. (124) Chris Dyson & Tony DiMattia

76. (123) Russ Gamester

77. (120) Oliver Akard & Tyler Nelson

79. (116) Jacob Wilson

80. (114) Joey Schmidt

81. (113) Jimmy Light & Patrick Lawson

83. (110) Travis Welpott

84. (109) Cody Gerhardt

85. (104) James Davison & Steve Craig

87. (95) Tom Harris

88. (94) Ty Tilton

89. (93) Curtis Spicer

90. (90) Bill Rose

91. (85) Dallas Hewitt

92. (79) Jeff Swindell

93. (78) Joe Liguori

94. (73) Austin Mundie

95. (71) Karter Sarff

96. (70) Kyle Steffens

97. (68) Brian Tyler

98. (54) Patrick Budde & Ronnie Wuerdeman

100. (51) Casey Buckman

101. (50) Doug Schenck & Robert Bell

103. (49) Adam Pierson

104. (46) Noah Gass

105. (45) Jason Conn

106. (43) Johnny Petrozelle

107. (41) Toni Breidinger

108. (40) Gage Etgen

109. (38) Terry Babb

110. (37) Annie Breidinger

111. (31) Chris Urish

112. (29) Chris Phillips & Ronnie Gardner

114. (27) A.J. Fike

115. (25) Ryan Newman

116. (23) Cameron Dodson

117. (20) Korey Weyant, Mike Burkin & Shane Cockrum

120. (17) Billy Puterbaugh, Jr.

121. (10) Chuck Leary, Danny Long, Kenney Johnson & Kyle O'Gara

PAST SUPER LICENSE AWARD WINNERS: 2000: Tracy Hines, 2001: J.J. Yeley, 2002: J.J. Yeley, 2003: J.J. Yeley, 2004: Jay Drake, 2005: Josh Wise, 2006: Josh Wise, 2007: Jerry Coons, Jr., 2008: Tracy Hines, 2009: Cole Whitt, 2010: Bryan Clauson, 2011: Bryan Clauson, 2012: Bryan Clauson, 2013: Tracy Hines, 2014: Tracy Hines, 2015: Dave Darland, 2016: Brady Bacon, 2017: Justin Grant, 2018: Tyler Courtney

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