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Tuff Dreger

Year started driving
Grande Prairie, Alberta
April 26, 2003

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The bloodlines run deep for this up and coming star, and the 2023 season was big step forward for Tuff Dreger. Starting the year as a Permit Driver, Tuff got off to a strong start at his hometown show in Grande Prairie, allowing him to qualify for the next two Tour stops in Bonnyville and Medicine Hat. Strong performances there allowed Tuff to easily grab one of the two permit spots to compete at the Ponoka Stampede, and he also qualified for the Century Downs World Chuckwagon Finals to cap off the season. He posted eleven top ten runs, including two runs that placed inside the top five, and overall, Tuff moved improved 17 spots in the World Standings over 2022 to finish out the year in 20th position, and won the Herman Flad Memorial Award¬† symbolic of the WPCA’s Most Improved Driver for 2023.

Tuff started driving at the tender age of 15, and made his debut run at the WCA’s Boots and Moccasins show in Grande Prairie in 2018. He had the fast time at the WCA’s Rio Grande race meet in his rookie season as well and by season’s end he was named the WCA’ s Top Rookie Driver in 2018. Tuff also received the WCA’s Sportsmanship Award in 2019. Tuff made his debut on the WPCA Pro Tour at the Battle of the Foothills in High River in 2021, and in 2022 a sixth place run at the Battle of the Rockies was his best of the year. A a third-generation chuckwagon competitor, Tuff is the grandson of chuckwagon legend Kelly Sutherland and son of fellow driver Dean Dreger. He enjoys hockey and playing guitar in his spare time. Tuff is single makes his home in Grande Prairie, Alberta.

World Professional Standings

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WCA Member
WCA Member - Rookie Season

Major Awards And Victories

Herman Flad Memorial Award (WPCA Most Improved Driver)

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