The Lite Series is a fictional series owned by NASCAR but operates as its own form of stock car racing. 2002 saw Donny Santos win his first and as of 2014 only championship in Lite Series competition. 2002 also saw perhaps the greatest Lite Series championship battle in history. The four drivers, Santos, Kevin White, Ryan Louis, and Mike Thompson (who was winless), all crashed out of the final race at Fontana, and the race, up until Santos won the race with a last-lap pass, was decided by track position. Louis spun four times, three of which were failed retaliation attempts against Santos, who spun him on only the second lap. Louis was parked and lost the championship. Here are the races and winners:

Tracks Winner(s)
Daytona Kevin White
Homestead Kevin White
Rockingham Donny Santos
Atlanta Dave Williams
Disney Jimmy Green
Talladega Justin Hillman
Charlotte Seth Wilson
Richmond Seth Wilson
Pocono Donny Santos
Watkins Glen Ryan Louis
Kentucky Jason Hedlesky
Mid-Ohio Justin Hillman
Nazareth Travis Campbell
Daytona Michael Robbins
Phoenix Ed Kell
Pikes Peak Seth Wilson
Las Vegas Mike Klein, Sr.
Sonoma Kevin Long
IRP John Lewis
Road Atlanta Michael Robbins
Texas John Lewis
Martinsville Kevin White
Talladega Jason Hedlesky
Atlanta Kevin White
Pocono Ed Kell
Charlotte Jason Hedlesky
Rockingham Seth Wilson
Gateway Justin Hillman
Loudon Seth Wilson
Dover Justin Hillman
Phoenix Justin Hillman
Richmond Michael Robbins
Kentucky Ed Kell
Nazareth Jimmy Green
Disney Jason Hedlesky
Fontana Donny Santos

Final Points Standings:

  1. Donny Santos
  2. Kevin White
  3. Ryan Louis
  4. Justin Hillman
  5. Mike Thompson
  6. Ed Kell
  7. Michael Robbins
  8. Robby Noser
  9. Mike Klein, Sr.
  10. Dave Williams

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