Californian Nick Armstrong proved to be both a revelation and renaissance racer in 2022. He was already a known quantity at the Progressive AFT level. An established West Coast Dirt Track ace, Armstrong stepped up to the professional level more than a decade ago, and even won a pair of races in Parts Unlimited AFT Singles action in 2015 despite being it up against a stacked field that included the likes of Davis Fisher, Dan Bromley, Bronson Bauman, Ryan Wells, and Kolby Carlie. However, even with that track record, Armstrong shocked the field when he scored a victory in the ‘22 Mission Production Twins opener in Volusia. The fact that he did so on a chassis he designed and built himself made the feat that much more impressive (and rare, considering no one else had won a national race in that fashion in several decades). That strong start set the stage for Armstrong’s best season as a professional yet. He went on to claim third in the final points standings, adding two more podiums to his win among seven top five finishes.
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|Year||Cls||Stnd||Pts||St||Wins||Best Fin||Worst Fin||Avg Fin||Poles||Best Qual||Worst Qual||Avg Qual||Laps Led|
|2022||AFT Production Twins||3||190||16||1||1||13||7.4||0||4||17||8.1||18|
|2021||AFT Production Twins||17||55||6||0||4||17||9.8||0||6||11||8.0||0|
|2020||AFT Production Twins||9||95||10||0||3||17||9.6||0||4||10||7.5||5|
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