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2018 ​Division 5 Champion
2018 Rookie of the Year
2019 JEGS AllStars Qualifier
High school student Wyatt Wagner won the NHRA Division 5 Super Stock Drag Racing Championship in 2018 and was a 2019 JEGS AllStars Qualifier for Division 5. The race-within-a-race program for NHRA's Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series competitors.

Contested at the Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago, the event, in May, featured the best driver's in each category from across the country. 

Wyatt was named 2018 Rookie of the Year and finished 12th in the NHRA World Championship points. He is the youngest in National Hod Rod Association (NHRA) history to accomplish this.


Heartland Motorsports Park | Best Appearing | July 2019



2019   JEGS ALLStars Qualifier

2018   Division 5 Rookie of the Year
2018   Division 5 Super Stock Champion​​​
 
2018   Super Stock Champion, Division 5,
            SRCA Dragstrip, Great Bend
2018   Super Stock Champion, Division 5,

            Heartland Motorsports Park

2010   Heartland Park Topeka Points

            Champion, Junior Dragster


MY STORY


I am an all american teen. I am 18 and I feel most at home at the drag strip. I am a high school Senior, member of NHRA and The National Honors Society at Basehor-Linwood High School. Basehor is a small town just outside of Kansas City, Kansas. It is about 45 minutes east of Heartland Motorsports Park in Topeka and about 10 minutes from Kansas Speedway. 
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As a third generation drag racer, I began racing in a custom flamed, orange Motivational Tubing junior dragster. I competed at 8 years old in the 8-9 year old division at Heartland Park, Topeka and was named the 2010 Points Champion. Fast forward to 2017 at age 16, and I started my NHRA sportsman career racing a '68 Camaro in Super Stock.

At my first Division 5 race in 2018, at my home track, Heartland Motorsports Park, I advanced into the finals and picked up my first career win racing against previous year's Division 5 Champion, Brett Speer. 

The event win in Great Bend, Ks. at the SRCA Dragstrip in Sept. 2018 secured my spot in the 2019 NHRA JEGS AllStars — The race-within-a-race program for NHRA's Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series competitors.
Contested at the Route 66 NHRA Nationals in Chicago, the event is reserved for 100 of NHRA's ­sportsman racers. 

When my sportsman career started, I set two goals for myself; (1) to win the Division 5 points championship in Super Stock, and (2) to maintain my National Honor's Society status in High School. 
​I achieved both goals. At the end of the 2018 race season, I ranked #12 in the world. The goals I set for 2019 include a repeat Division 5 championship title, keep my National Honor's Society status as a senior, and rank top 10 in the world! 

2019  Best Appearing, Heartland Motorsports Park, Topeka, KS
2019   JEGS ALLStars Qualifier
2018   Division 5 Rookie of the Year
2018   Division 5 Super Stock Champion​​​
2018   Super Stock Champion, Division 5, SRCA Dragstrip, Great Bend
2018   Super Stock Champion, Division 5, Heartland Motorsports Park
2017   Event Win 
2010   Heartland Park Topeka Points Champion, Junior Dragster


Tulsa Raceway Park • Aug 2019

2018 NHRA World Finals, Pomona, CA 

Great Bend, KS  September 2018 

Heartland Motorsports Park,  July 2018