The 2019 U.S. VTA Nationals held at Apex Hobbies and Raceway over four days saw almost 200 entries and over 100 racers. It’s the event dubbed “The One Not To Miss” over the last nine years, which included a solid 17-hour practice day to make sure everyone had plenty of time to get tuned in. Classes ranged from Modified Touring Car to Jr VTA to Euro to Semi Truck. The event attracted multiple racers from over 25 states, including California and New York. Also bringing in National champions like Sam Isaac, Brandon Clements, Matt Lyons, John Barron, and of course, track owner Eric EA Anderson, and many others. Sunday would see the Battle for the Belt in Jr VTA between TQ Noah Davis and runner up Logan Pilcher. At the start it was a back-and-forward corner-to-corner battle between two young Team Associated racers. The race came down to lapped traffic and two corners, a .0445 difference which crowned N.Davis as the 2019 USVTA Jr National Champion. N.Davis also took the overall TQ and win in the Euro Truck class.
Source: Team Associated