Independence, MO’s Jeff Sieg used his years of racing experience to win the first ever MASD Top Eliminator class championship. The 52-year old veteran of the sport had a good start to the season with a runner-up at Atoka, but would switch to his brother Stacey’s Dragster after hurting his own car in testing for the second half of the season. Jeff had a semi-final finish at Thunder Valley before dialing the borrowed car in to a big win at the Atoka Season Finale, which also sealed the deal in the MASD championship battle. Jeff’s home built 280” Dragster chassis is powered by a 649 ci Blown Alcohol engine. Sieg Construction backs the operation while Jeff’s right hand man / crew chief Russ Payne keeps the car going down the track. Jeff is not only a racer, as his family owns and operates Thunder Valley Sand Drags in Grain Valley, MO. Being a part of a race track, he knows the business and wants to thank all involved in keeping sand drags going. Jeff’s highlight of the season was seeing Rod Trower break the track record at Atoka Motorsports Park after many years of trying. The Sieg family loves their sand drag racing and look for Jeff to continue his winning ways for many years to come.

Jeff in his own car at Thunder Valley Sand Drags in June. (Lonestar Graphics Photo)

Jeff driving his brother Stacey's car at the Show-Me Fall Nationals. (Lonestar Graphics Photo)

Jeff took home the hardware & check for winning the TE class championship.

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