1995: Charlie Ford from Richmond Va. wins his 4th track title in the Winston Series Late Model Stock Car division. After winning the opening event, (4 wins overall) no other driver leads the division, despite drivers such as Danny Fair, Wes Troup, and Mike Colabucci staying close behind. Troup picked up the most wins (7), while he and Fair win the the most poles (5). Colabucci and Kenny Kagle win their first ever Late Model features, while veteran Dickie Boswell cracks the win column twice. Steve Darne also picked up a feature win. Veteran Driver Garry Shaffer from Sterling Va. wins the Motorworld Grand Stock title for his first track title. Shaffer trails leader Earl Case with 2 races remaining, and Case blows 2 engines while leading the final 2 events. Case had the most feature wins (8) and the most poles (11), but falls behind James Penny for the second spot. The brothers Mickey (8) and Dave (4) Odham win the most features, but both fall short of the Woodbridge Volvo Specialist Mini Stock track title, won by Fred Augustin in only his first full season of competition. Augustin (1 win) takes victory honors in the first ever 75 lap feature in the division. The division boasts 9 different winners in 20 events. Roland Mann battles Jimmy Todd Jr. to the final race of the season, and wins the Professional Auto Parts Speedway Sportsman division title. Mann takes home 4 wins, and finishes in the top 10 in 19 of 20 events. Todd wins 8 features and 2 poles, including a win in the first ever 75 lap event for the division.