The NASCAR Advance Auto Parts flag and Josh Berry, driver of the #88 All Things Automotive Chevrolet, during Championship Weekend for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, North Carolina on October18, 2020. (Jacob Kupferman/NASCAR)
The NASCAR Advance Auto Parts flag and Josh Berry, driver of the #88 All Things Automotive Chevrolet, during Championship Weekend for the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series at Southern National Motorsports Park in Kenly, North Carolina on October18, 2020. (Jacob Kupferman/NASCAR)

NASCAR To Recognize Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Champions In Virtual Celebration


The NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series year-end awards will feature a new look this year.

The champions of short-track racing across the United States and Canada will be recognized over five days (Nov. 30-Dec. 4) on NASCAR.com in a Virtual Championship Celebration.

A full slate of features, including interviews it the national champions presented by MRN Radio’s NASCAR Coast To Coast, videos and photo galleries will be shared online and NASCAR Roots’ social channels.

Josh Berry, the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series Division I national champion, will lead the honorees. The week will also include recognition for national champions David Greenslit of New Hampshire (Division II), Utah’s Jon Quinton (Division III), Oklahoma’s Brady Walsh (Division IV) and Nebraska’s Chris Vannausdle (Division V). Jostens Division I Rookie of the Year and UNOH Youth Achievement Award national champion Sam Butler will also be profiled.

In addition to the national champions, the week will also spotlight the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series track champions, the Division I U.S. state and Canadian provincial champions, the Wendell Scott Trailblazer Award winner as well as the NASCAR-sanctioned tracks that hosted Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series racing in 2020.