Consistency became the name of the game as Kaczmarek crossed the line in fifth place, which was good enough for the #N1L plate. As the only rider to physically finish every round that she attended, Joanna stood on the podium beside race emcee, George Antill, and her wrench (and boyfriend), a past Hare and Hound Champion, Cameron Brewer, as she proudly described the end to her season. "This year has been great. We have seen a little bit of everything, and the organization of the NHHA has been the icing on the cake as far as this series has gone. Let's bring it in 2011!" With that, the stage was set for the implementation of the Woman's Pro Support Class to the NHHA line-up, and as the number one plate was awarded, there was even a commitment from past Hare and Hound Women's Champ, Anna Cody, who is signed up to make a run at the 2011 title once again.