6200LB National Sportsman 4x4 Trucks

These trucks are a new class to Dragon Motorsports. They must weigh in at 6200 pounds as the name implies. And engine maximum size of 650 cubic inches, with a 1 percent allowance.  It is restricted to Wedge-style heads.  All chassis and tire rules are the same as the National Modified 4x4 class.

Bob Simmons emerged as a formidable force in the world of pulling, claiming victory in the highly competitive Dragon Motorsports 6200 National Sportsman 4x4 class. His triumphant journey included standout performances at various locations, including Craigsville, Millers Tavern, LaPlata, Fishersville, Farmville, Amelia, and Dillwyn in Virginia. With a consistent display of skill and determination, Simmons showcased his prowess on diverse dirt tracks and conquered the challenges posed by each venue.

Despite coming close to clinching titles in previous seasons, the elusive championship had always slipped through Bob Simmons' grasp. However, 2023 marked a turning point in his career as he finally secured the coveted points title. Simmons not only secured victories at multiple events but also maintained an impressive average finish of 3rd place across the entire season. The culmination of his efforts and stellar performances throughout the year propelled him to the pinnacle of success, clinching the championship with a comfortable lead of 50 points.

Bob Simmons' victory in the Dragon Motorsports 6200 National Sportsman 4x4 class in 2023 not only solidified his status as a skilled puller but also showcased his resilience and ability to overcome past setbacks. His journey to the championship title serves as an inspiring narrative of dedication, perseverance, and the sweet taste of success after years of hard work in the competitive world of motorsports.  Congrats Bob, Dean, and the entire Simmons Brothers Motorsports team.