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Best Appearing​​
Topeka, KS July 2019



JEGS ALLStars
2019



Rookie of the Year
2018




Division 5 Champion
2018


Division 5 Event Champion
SRCA Dragstrip 
Great Bend, KS
 Sept. 30, 2018​​



Division 5 Event Champion
Heartland Motorsports Park
Topeka, KS
 July 27, 2018




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Willie's accomplishements include winning multiple races in AHRA in the 1960's.

Willie is in the ISCA Hall of Fame and has one of the winningest cars in the history of the International Show Car Assosiation.

Willie is known in the car industry for his attention to detail and his elite classic car business.

WagnersClassicCars.com


NHRA 2002 CHAMPION
Sears Craftsman Nationals
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Scott's most outstanding racing accomplishment is
winning the 2002
NHRA Sears Craftsman
Nationals
in St. Louis Missouri in
the classic '57 Chevy.
M E E T   W Y A T T   W A G N E R
THIRD GENERATION RACER
Cars have always been a part of who the "Wagners" are ... and drag racing has been a passion since the early 60s. Willie Wagner raced in several different types of cars, most notably were the 62 Bel Air "Bubble Top" and the original "Super Rat" 1962 Corvette, which later went on to become the most winning Corvette on the ISCA show car circuit

Second generation racer, Scott Wagner, started racing in his teen years and has most recently raced in the newest creation coming out of the Wagner family, 1968 Super Stock Camaro. Scott's most outstanding racing accomplishment is winning the 2002 NHRA Sears Craftsman Nationals in St. Louis, Missouri in his one-of-a-kind flamed '57 Chevy.

In 2017, Scott ran the Super Stock Camaro and finished in the top 5 in NHRA's Division 5. The Camaro won, Best Engineered at Heartland Park, Topeka in 2017. And, also in 2017, Scott was the Division 4 event Champion driving the Camaro at Tulsa Raceway Park, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Third generation racer, 
Wyatt Wagner began his racing career in his custom flamed, Motivational Tubing  junior dragster. Wyatt competed at 8 years old in the 8-9 year old division at Heartland Park, Topeka and was named the 2010 Points Champion — quite an accomplishment for a first year junior dragster racer. Fast Forward to 2017 and at age 16, Wyatt started his NHRA sportsman career racing Super Stock in the '68 Camaro.

At Wyatt's first Division 5 race in 2018 he won the event at his home track, Heartland Motorsports Park, Topeka, KS. Wyatt also took the win was at SRCA Dragstip in Great Bend and secured his spot in the NHRA JEGS AllStars race — The race-within-a-race program for NHRA's Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series competitors.

Advancing into the Semi Finals at the St. Louis Division Race in October 2018 secured Wyatt's place as Division 5 Points Champion for the season. He was also awarded Rookie of the Year at the Division 5 banquet in January 2019.

2018 was an amazing year for Wyatt. A dream come true for him. And he is off to a great start to the 2019 season. Check our racing schedule and watch for facebook live feed coverage at facebook / wyattwagnerracing.