Another big weekend coming up for High River Chuckwagon Driver Jordie Fike.

He's looking to move up from 15th in the World Driver Standings and says the day money and points are great, but if can win the aggregate, or get close to the top, he can really make a jump.

"The aggregate points really help you. The night to night points are great, but those aggregate points are kind of what starts to separate wagons at this point in the year. So, we're just going to try and stay steady and fast and hope that the aggregate will climb us up more in the World's."

They run just three wagons per race in The Hat, and Fike says that makes for faster races and more chances to pick up points, if he can run clean.

The Wagons run Thursday, June 14 to Sunday, June 17, during the Medicine Hat Stampede.

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