b'TRACKCHAMPIONSPrescott (Ark.) RacewaySummit Superseries Champions Honored The International Hot Association (IHRA) Summit SuperSeries program crowns a true Top (Box), Mod (No Box) and Junior Dragster World Champion each year.The two ways to qualify for the annual IHRA Summit World Finals held in October at Memphis International Raceway are to win the Summit SuperSeries track championship at one of the participating member tracks or by winning the IHRA Summit Team Finals in your division. Tracks across North America held banquets to recognize their 2018 IHRA Summit SuperSeries track champions including those featured here from Prescott Dragway, Prescott, Ark. SUPER PROChris Jones, a 29-year-old from Nashville, Ark., races a 2016 Cannon Suspended Dragster in the Top division at Prescott Dragway with the help of his crew, Phil and Gwen Jones.That time together with family is what is most special to Jones.My mom used to work all the time, now shes able to go and travel with us, Jones said. The opportunity to represent my home track at the bracket finals and World Finals was a pleasure. Its a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and the track at Memphis is a first-class facility.NO BOXBrian Hughes is one of the top bracket racers in theArkansas-Texas area. The 39-year-old from Diana, Texasraces a 1971 Ford Pinto equipped with a 372-cubic inch,small-block Ford engine.With a crew that includes David Hughes, Robin Hughes,Bristan Hughes and Rale Hughes, he was nearly unbeatablein 2018.I had a fortunate year winning 14 of 17 finals, Hughes said. It was memorable where I was able to execute and becompetitive throughout the year.24'