Alton Clements made the switch to modular power this year, and he rode that change to a Bowling Green win and an EFI Renegade championship! The South Carolina racer relied on a little luck when Dan Rawls went out in Round 2 due to a transmission failure, which meant Alton could take the championship if he won the event. Alton utilizes a Sutton HP powerplant, but MV Performance's Tim Matherly provides technical support as well. Alton relies on Vortech power and Pro-Formance Transmissions to help get the power to the slicks. At Bowling Green, Alton ran 8.30s-8.40s on his way to the win.