CRA Super Series

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CRA Super Series
CRA Super Series logo.png
Category Stock car racing
Country  United States
Inaugural season 1997
Drivers 59
Engine suppliers Chevrolet
Dodge
Ford
Toyota
Drivers' champion Derrick Griffin
Teams' champion Welch & Wilson Motorsports
Makes' champion Toyota
Official website www.cra-racing.com

The CRA Super Series is a Super Late Model stock car racing series owned and operated by the Champion Racing Association. It is a touring series based in the Midwest United States. It was formerly known as the Kendall Late Model Series and the Sunoco Super Series. The series utilizes late model stock cars similar to those used by NASCAR. Regulations on engine and body are NASCAR legal. Like NASCAR, the car body designs are based on the Chevrolet Monte Carlo and Chevrolet Impala, Dodge Charger, Ford Fusion, and the Toyota Camry.

There have been many NASCAR stars that have made appearances in the CRA Super Series.

The CRA Super Series is based out of Indiana but in the past few years has been expanding its series to visit a variety of racetracks from Michigan to Florida. CRA recently announced a partnership with the ARCA Racing Series that will take place at the start of the 2012 season.

The winningest driver in CRA Super Series history is Scott Hantz with 31 career wins. He also shares the record with Johnny VanDoorn for the most series championships with 3 each.

Two women have won a CRA Super Series race, with Kenzie Ruston winning at Lucas Oil Raceway in 2012 and Ali Kern at Kalamazoo Speedway in 2015.

Rookies of the Year[edit]

2006 CRA Late model (foreground)

CRA Super Series Champions[edit]

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