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October 28, 2019 - Sanders Captures Third USMTS National Championship After Southern Nationals Rainout
1Rodney Sanders, who needed only to suit up this weekend to secure the points battle, is now officially crowned the 2019 USMTS national champion-his third overall and first since winning back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013.

October 27, 2019 - Rodney Sanders Lands Runner-up Finish in USRA Fall Nationals
1Rodney Sanders recorded a podium finish on Sunday evening in the finale of the 20th annual Rancho Milagro USRA Fall Nationals at Vado Speedway Park. The podium performance came behind the wheel of his Wichita Tank Racing No. 20 Kenny’s Tile/ ARMI Contractors/ MB Customs/ Hatfield Racing Engine Modified.

“It was a pretty solid weekend for us. We were just a little off from where we needed to be, but it’s hard to complain about a second-place finish in such a big event with so many good cars. Cade [Dillard] did a great job, so congrats to him on the win,” Sanders noted. “With this weekend’s USMTS events canceled, we are officially the 2019 Champion. When I first starting racing with these guys, I just wanted to be competitive. I never dreamed that I’d win one USMTS championship, much less three, so this is pretty cool. Thank you to everyone who helped make this great year and championship possible.”

Rodney Sanders made the trek to the brand-new Vado Speedway Park (Vado, New Mexico) over the weekend for the 20th annual Rancho Milagro USRA Fall Nationals.

Drawing 60 cars for the opening round of the three-day event, Sanders recorded a runner-up finish in his heat race behind Stormy Scott, which positioned him 12th on the starting grid for the preliminary feature. Locking the Top 5 into Sunday’s finale, Rodney logged an eighth-place outing.

Returning Friday night, Rodney passed six cars in his heat race to pick up the 8-lap victory. Starting the A-Main in the fifth position, Sanders advanced two spots to finish third behind R.C. Whitwell and Bobby Pierce with Jake O’Neil and Stormy Scott trailing them to the checkers.

Starting Sunday night’s $20,101-to-win A-Main in the sixth position, Sanders improved four spots to reel in a runner-up finish behind Cade Dillard with Bobby Pierce, R.C. Whitwell, and Dereck Ramirez trailing them to the checkers.

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October 19, 2019 - Sanders Doubles Down in Mark Rogers Memorial at Amarillo
1Weekend action found Rodney Sanders continuing his late-season, hot streak in his Wichita Tank Racing No. 20 Kenny’s Tile/ ARMI Contractors/ MB Customs/ Hatfield Racing Engine Modified. He swept the USRA Modified action during the Mark Rogers Memorial at Route 66 Motor Speedway.

Sanders now holds 18 victories this season.

“Man, our car is rolling really great right now, and we had a great weekend at Amarillo. I want to thank Wichita Tank Racing for boosting Friday night’s feature to $2,500 to win, and I also want to thank Chance McDaniels for letting me drive his SportMod. We came up one spot short of the big win in that big show, but I had a blast,” Sanders stated. “This weekend I’m looking forward to racing at Vado Speedway Park for another big check.”

Rodney Sanders traveled to Route 66 Motor Speedway (Amarillo, Texas) on Friday evening, pulling double duty for the two-day Mark Rogers Memorial. After starting the night with a heat race victory in the USRA Modified ranks, Sanders rolled to his 17th win of the season from his second-starting spot in the feature to pick up the $2,500 payday.

The following night, Rodney locked his spot into the USRA Modified finale with a heat race win. Starting in the fourth position, Sanders cruised to his 18th win of the season to capture the $2,500 prize.

In the Chance McDaniels-owned No. 3D SportMod, Rodney scored a runner-up finish in the $10,000-to-win A-Main on Saturday night.

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October 13, 2019 - Rodney Sanders Conquers Winter Nationals Finale at Longdale
1Saturday night found Rodney Sanders in action at Longdale Speedway (Longdale, Oklahoma) pulling double duty for the two-day Winter Nationals. In a field of 21 Open Wheel Modifieds, Sanders gained three spots in his 10-lap heat race to place 2nd behind Cole Traugott. Earning the 3rd-starting position for the opening night feature, Rodney jumped up one spot to record a runner-up finish behind Dereck Ramirez with R.C. Whitwell, Cole Traugott, and Jason Hughes rounding out the Top-5.

In the No. 3D B-Mod, Rodney followed up a 3rd place finish in his heat with a 7th place finish in the main event.

With his spot already locked into the Winter Nationals finale on Sunday afternoon, Sanders held off Dereck Ramirez in the 30-lap affair to capture his 16th win of the season over Ramirez, Jason Hughes, Cole Traugott, and Kenny Wallace. (Kenny Shaw photo)

Starting the B-Mod finale in 4th on Sunday, Rodney jumped up two spots to place 2nd behind Robert Elliott with Cole Traugott, Mike Roach, and Brandon Kenny trailing them to the checkers.

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