They've been through a grueling season. Eight tour stops, weather conditions ranging from scorching heat to pounding rain, photo finishes, leaderboard changes, and it all comes down to this.
The 2019 World Professional Chuckwagon Association World Champion Driver will be crowned this weekend, with only four nights of racing standing between three of the top 36 drivers chance and claiming the title.
Thirty-six points will be awarded to the fastest driver of each night, with 35 points going to second place, 34 for third, all the way down to one point for the 36th-place driver of the night. With a maximum total of 144 points left to be earned, plus 36 points in the aggregate.
Meaning that before the races even began, only three drivers have a mathematical chance at winning the title. After three days of racing action, Vern Nolin has held his lead with 1205.5 points, while Kurt Bensmiller has steadily decreased that lead and now has 1993.5 points.
Both of these drivers have had tremendous seasons, but which driver will walk away with the 2019 world title?
You tell us.