The Battle of the Rockies chuckwagon meet wrapped up Sunday in Rocky Mountain House.

Sunday was also the last chance for drivers to make the top twelve in the World Standings and gain a spot in the playoff round and a chance at the big money at the World Finals.

Roger Moore emerged as champions of the Battle of the Rockies after posting the best 4-day aggregate time of 5:08.23. 

That put him just a second-and-a-half ahead of second-place finisher Layne MacGillivray.

The twelve drivers who've officially qualified for the Century Downs Winner’s Zone Playoff Round include Layne MacGillivray, Obrey Motowylo, Kurt Bensmiller, Rae Croteau Jr., Kris Molle, Kirk Sutherland, Chad Fike, High River's Jason Glass in 8th, Vern Nolin, Doug Irvine, Chanse Vigen and Ross Knight. 

Unfortunately, High River driver Jordie Fike ended up in the crying hole, just 43.5 points behind Ross Knight.

These 12 drivers have now qualified for the 4-day playoff round at Century Downs.  

The top 4 drivers with the most playoff points will advance to the Century Downs Winners' Zone Year End Championship Dash. 

$75,000.00 will be awarded in the final race. 

The World Champion Chuckwagon Driver will be declared on Saturday night as the driver who accumulated the most number of points over the course of the season.