Jay Poortenga was the man to beat in the Pro Truck class wading through the 18 car field to take the victory with his "Drag Nasty" Jeep.
Ben Dozeman continued his perfect season in PTN 3.5 Index class competition driving the Bad Company Jeep to his third victory of the year.
Pat Goodale wheeled the Crude Awakening Dragster to the Top Alcohol class win over a tough six car field.
Pat also set a new track record and also was the first TA racer outside of the west coast to dip into the 2.4's with a 2.485 shot during qualifying.
Tim Holstege was deadly consistent on his way to the Pro 1 class victory, defeating Brent Lokker in the final round.
Brent Lokker had a great night at Ionia taking the runner-up finish in Pro 1 as well as a semi-final finish in the tough Pro Truck class.
Ed Engel drove his Dragonfly Buggy to the Quick 8 class win while Matt Peel drove the same ride to a runner-up finish in the 3.5 Index class.
Arizona's Keith Ahart battled through the tough Quick 8 class to a runner-up finish.
Mike Page with a wheels up start during Pro Truck Qualifying on his way to a runner-up finish in Pro Truck setting himself up with a chance at the championship during the final race of the series.
A look at the wheels up Top Eliminator final round launch just before a pedal fest ensued with Burt VanBennekom (Near Lane) taking the win over Brian Ambs.
Frank Stover drove the "Full Metal Jacket" Truck to the Sportsman Car class final round falling to winner Andy Villemure with the "'Lil Vill" Dragster in the final round.
Bob Gill turned heads with his California-based Jeep lowering the A/Pro Jeep record in the process with a 3.007 backed up by a 3.035.
Rod Trower showed up at Ionia sporting this good looking new paint job on his TA Dragster and proceeded to race to a final round finish in the Top Alcohol class.
Mark Groenink put in a good showing going rounds in both the Pro 1 and Sportsman car categories.
Ryan Poortenga showed up with a new "Track Attack" paint scheme on his Funny Jeep.
Ed Bunch brought his Dreher Chassis built Funny Jeep from Missouri to compete in the Pro Truck class at Ionia.
Flyin' Finch, Mike Finch brought his Jeep out for the first time in a few years to compete in the Pro Truck class.
Jerry Tripp laid down some very respectable numbers in Sportsman Car class competition with his Quicktripp II dragster.
Last but not least, it was great to see Jeramie Boeve debut his new truck at Ionia (minus body). Jeramie has been working on this ride for a long time and it looks to have a lot of potential with shake down runs in the 4.7 range.