Single Start Propels Duggins To IMCA Rookie Honors

FARMINGTON, N.M. – Kyler Duggins had all of one night on the track under his belt at the start of the season. Thirty-three races and four feature wins later, he was the IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock national and Big Daddy Race Cars Southern Region rookie of the year. Duggins’ first two wins came right ahead of his dad, on July 17 at Fairgrounds Speedway and the next weekend at Desert Thunder Raceway. “Hobby Stocks are economical and I like being able to race with my dad. Duggins is the first New Mexico driver to earn the Hobby Stock regional rookie award and the first since Chris Meyers in 1993 to win national rookie honors in the division.

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