Coopman Fires On All Cylinders In Chase Of Fifth Sport Compact Crown

MANKATO, Minn. – Nate Coopman was the up-and-coming young gun when he won his first Mach-1 IMCA Sport Compact national championship. Coopman was quick to right the ship after that early miscue, winning seven of his next eight and eight of his next 10 outings. “We definitely wanted to win our fifth national championship this season for sure. The Sport Compact national champion and rookie of the year in 2011, Coopman added national crowns to his collection in 2014, 2015 and 2016. He leads the division with 292 career wins – including a single season record 54 in 2014 – and 19 track titles. We’ll never be able to win 54 times in a season again,” he said.

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