Kurt Bensmiller Wins World Championship; Dustin Gorst Captures Battle Of The Rockies

Kurt Bensmiller has captured his second career World Chuckwagon Championship. The 34 year old from Dewberry, Alberta was 9th at the final WPCA event of the season in Rocky Mountain House from August 17-20. Meantime, Dustin Gorst from Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan won the last tour stop of the season. Gorst earned his first career WPCA victory thanks to a four day aggregate time of 5:06.38 at the Battle of the Rockies.

 
That is what it sounded like on 96.5 CKFM on Sunday as Dustin Gorst from Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan won the Battle of the Rockies.
 
The 31 year old had the best four day aggregate time in Rocky Mountain House of 5:06.38.
 
It is the first World Professional Chuckwagon Association victory of his career.
 
 
Dewberry, Alberta's Kurt Bensmiller finished 9th at the final event of the season in Rocky. That was good enough to help him clinch his second career world championship with a total of 1359 points this year.
 
 
The 34 year old Bensmiller finished the 2017 driver standings 163.5 ahead of John Walters from Delburne.
 
Meanwhile, Casey Knight from St. Walburg, Saskatchewan won his first career world outriding title.
 
 
(Driver audio provided by Arnie Jackson with WPCA Pro Tour Live)

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