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Hits Tree To Take $10,000 10.5 Outlaw Crown @
World War IV! |
Montgomery, AL -
wasn't going to happen twice to 10.5 Outlaw ace
Mike Hill. He lost a $5,000 winner take all
shootout Saturday night at Montgomery
Motorsports Park's World War IV on a hole shot
to fellow Georgian Steve Kirk. Hill had the
faster ET (4.527 to Kirk's 4.529) but didn't
match up on the tree.
The two staged a repeat Sunday night in the
10.5 Outlaw finals and Hill drilled the tree
with an .010 for the win. His 2006 Mustang
snarled its way to a 4.586 at 160.59 mph.
Patrick Continues His Winning Ways @ Auto Club
Qualifying #1 with a 8.168 @ 173.25
Patrick"Dominated" True Street. In round 1,
Lonnie ran a 8.204 @ 174.57 round 2, ran a 8.195
@ 173.94 round 3, ran 8.213 @ 173.94 in the
finals he takes the win over S. Zeinaty with a
8.197 @ 173.85 mph to Zeinaty's 9.662 @ 101.64
Todd Win For The Third Time In Top
Todd put a lock on the Rookie of the Year
balloting Sunday with his third Top Fuel victory
of the year. He's only had 16 professional
starts, but it's unlikely Todd will ever forget
this day as he ran his final-round record to a
perfect 3-0 with a string of career-best passes.
After out-running Cory McClenathan in the
opening round, he lowered his personal best time
to 4.502 in a holeshot win against Tony
Schumacher and then posted a career-best top
speed of 327.82 mph versus Dave Grubnic. But he
saved his best for last, dipping into the 4.4s
for the first time to extinguish fellow Skull
Shine racer Troxel with a 4.494 at 324.12 mph.
"I never thought I'd be standing here with
three wins and people talking about Rookie of
the Year," Todd said. "We were only going to run
part-time this year but [sponsor] Evan Knoll
stepped up his involvement and said straight out
he wanted to beat Tony Schumacher. I was like,
‘Well who doesn't?’ but he's given us what it
takes to do it.
"Jimmy [Walsh, crew chief] has this thing
running so strong. I knew all I needed to worry
about was doing my job at the starting line and
we'd have a chance. He came on a tune-up last
week in Dallas when we ran a 4.54 and it showed
today. To run a 4.51, 4.50, and a 4.49 in one
day is awesome."
Wins Back-to-Back in Las Vegas!
McDaniel's 1965 Pontiac
Vegas resident, Ken McDaniel, first win in the
Trophy class came @ the PSCA "Summer Nationals"
with a 12.366 on a 10.88 Dial-In over Jason
Hacker 9.586 on a 9.19 Dial-In Las Vegas, NV.
June 23rd - 24th, 2006. Ken second win came @
the PSCA Labor Day Nationals in Las Vegas, NV.
Sept 1st - 3rd, 2006. McDaniels drove to victory
in his 1965 Pontiac GTO with a 10.886 on a 10.95
Dial-In over Scott Parsons 12.166 on a 12.32
@ Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals! |
a runner-up finish at the last event in Sonoma,
Calif., Brown made sure he took care of business
here with a 7.108 to 7.159 win over 20-year
veteran Johnson. The victory shuffled the top of
the POWERade standings and moved Brown from an
afterthought to the new leader.
Brown's fourth Brainerd victory lifted his
final-round record to 2-2 on the year and 16-16
lifetime. He held the points lead earlier this
year after the Atlanta race, which was his last
"I just wanted to get my head out of my butt
this weekend," Brown said. "Believe it or not, I
really felt sorry for Andrew [Hines] when he
red-lighted in the first round because I've done
it five times this year and I felt his pain. I
got a couple of red-light wins today so that
definitely helped my cause along.
"The only bummer of the day was my teammate
[Angelle Sampey] winning her race and then
getting thrown out because she was light. I
think the rain screwed up the scales because we
were all getting different readings. She just
came up short.
"I'm really proud of Steve Tartaglia, my crew
chief. It's just his second year as a crew chief
and he's hanging with all the big boys. Any one
of the top four bikes can win the title this
year. It's going to be exciting."
Brown, moved from fourth to first and now
leads Andrew Hines by 15 points. Chip Ellis is
third, 45 points behind Brown.
Continues His Wining
Hill added to his 2006 win column and his bank
account Aug. 6, by beating Michael Robinson in
the $6,500 Outlaw 10.5 final at Phenix City, AL.
Hill, the number-five qualifier of just six
entries, had a first-round bye in his '05
Mustang, then narrowly edged Jack Barfield and
his recently purchased 2000 Camaro before going
on to pick up his $5K winner's share with a
4.62-second pass against the 4.79 by Robinson in
the VIP Camaro.
Patrick Win @ The PSCA Extreme Speed West Coast
"Nationals" August 4th - 6th @ AAA Dragway at
California Speedway-Fontana, CA!
Qualifier Lonnie Patrick takes the win over
Manny Figueroa with a 8.416 @ 172.36 mph to
Figueroa's 8.998 @ 113.85 mph in True Street.
Fuel rookie J.R. Todd upset three-time POWERade
champion Tony Schumacher for the second time in
three weeks Sunday in the final round of the
Fram-Autolite NHRA Nationals. Just as he did in
Denver 14 days ago, the 24-year-old Todd simply
outran Schumacher, taking this win in 4.619
seconds at 309.27 mph to Schumacher's 4.679 at
Racing in just his 11th national event, Todd
is now 2-0 in final-round appearances in his
Skull Shine dragster with both wins coming
against Schumacher. The two men have faced each
other in each of the last four national events,
with each man winning twice.
"You couldn't write it any better than this,"
Todd said. "Beating Tony and that team once for
your first trophy ever is like a dream. To do it
twice in three races is unreal. I can't even
believe this is happening. You work so hard just
to get to this level and you don't even think
what it will be like to actually win.
"I knew when Evan Knoll stepped up and gave
us the backing to run full-time that we were
really increasing our chances to win rounds and
maybe even a race. This is beyond my
expectations. Two races ago people were asking
me where the driver was. Now they're screaming
my name. It's so cool.
"I'm not thinking about rookie of the year.
I'm more excited about being three rounds out of
the top 10. If we can finish in the top 10 and
keep running like this, the rookie of the year
deal should take care of itself."
Joins Six-Second Club! |
Brown became the third Pro Stock Motorcycle
rider in drag racing history to post a
six-second run Friday when he traversed Infineon
Raceway in 6.983 seconds during the first round
of qualifying at the FRAM-Autolite NHRA
Brown's 6.983-second pass at 191.51 mph on
his U.S. Army Suzuki was remarkable, but the
track record remains with point leader Andrew
Hines, who posted a 6.968 at last year's race.
Nevertheless, Brown is the third member of the
NHRA Mickey Thompson 6-Second Pro Stock Bike
Club and will receive a $2,000 bonus from the
tire maker for his effort.
Todd Makes NHRA
J.R. Todd upset Tony Schumacher Sunday afternoon
at the Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals to score
his first NHRA POWERade Series Top Fuel victory
in just his ninth career start. Todd, who with
the victory becomes the first African-American
to win an NHRA Top Fuel title, never trailed in
the race at Bandimere Speedway, dismissing the
three-time series champion with a performance of
4.906 at 291.63 mph in his Skull Shine/Torco
Race Fuels dragster to Schumacher's 4.966 at
306.33 mph in the U.S. Army dragster.
Todd went deep into the sand trap after his
semifinal win over Larry Dixon, but several
crewmen from the Valvoline/David Powers
Motorsports team as well as a few from the Bud
camp were waiting in Todd's pit to help the
Torco team get their car turned around in time
for the final.
"You never expect to get your first NHRA win
by outrunning Tony Schumacher in the final,"
Todd said. "I didn't even know how to act down
there. I was stunned. To beat that team straight
up is almost unbelievable.
"It's been a wild weekend. It's so hard to
race up here but we qualified real strong with a
4.63 that placed us No. 2. Today was a different
story. It was so hot out there and I had to
pedal the car every round except the final.
"A lot of teams came over to help us and we
would not have made it up for the final without
their help. I didn't realize I had so many
friends out here. They were talking about me
being the first African-American to win in Top
Fuel but out here it's all equal, especially
when the helmet goes on."
And The Toy Factory Race Team Continue Their
Winning Ways @ The Strip! |
Weems and the Toy Factory race team Win @ the
PSCA Calvert Racing Products "2006 Summer
Nationals" June 23rd & 24th @ Las Vegas
Motor Speedway, Las Vegas, NV.
Weems And The Toy Factory Race Team In The
Weems drove the "R" Trucking and Outlaw
Racing Engines sponsored Pontiac Grand Am to a
7.380 et @ 191.46 mph over Rich Zehring 7.908 et
@ 135.10 mph to take the win in Outlaw Street
Factory Racing Runner-Up @ The PSCA Borla
California Nationals! |
Weems and the Toy Factory race team was the
runner-up @ the PSCA Borla California Nationals
held June 9th - 11th @ AAA Auto Club Dragway of
California Speedway - Fontana CA.
After fighting new engine and traction blues
during qualifying , the team's hard work paid
off. Weems drove the "R" Trucking and Outlaw
Racing Engines sponsored Pontiac Grand Am to a
7.365 et @ 190.89 mph over D. Sciandri 11.727 et
@ 76.24 mph to take the frist round win . In the
finals, Weems 7.383 et @ 190.57 mph was
runner-up to Rich Zehring's 7.218 et @ 195.56
& Zehring In The
Survives New Car Blues To Take Virginia Super
Chevy Nitro Coupe Win! |
Super Chevy Nitro Coupe World Champion Randy
Adler scored his first win in his new hot rod
Sunday (6/11) at the Super Chevy Show's Virginia
Motorsports Park event.
Coupe Winnner Randy
Adler's new ride is a slick 2006 Pontiac GTO
and it swept the table, taking low qualifier
honors Saturday and eliminations on Sunday. In
the finals, Adler, who hails from Tinley Park,
Illinois, ran a 6.494 at 216.48 to defeat Nitro
Coupe veteran Bruce Boland of Hamilton, Ontario,
Canada. Boland's '33 Willy's had traction issues
in the final and ran a 6.992 at 151.70.
Nitro Coupe qualifying on Saturday was marred
when defending Nitro Coupe World Champ Wayne
Torkelson went into tire shake in his new '59
Corvette Nitro Coupe and smacked the Virginia
Motorsports Park wall. Torkelson was slightly
injured but is reported to be doing OK. His team
tells AutoStar Productions that damage to the
car was relatively minor and that Wayne will be
back to the Super Chevy Show series as soon as
the car is fixed.
A large field participated in the Virginia
Super Chevy Bracket Racing program, now open to
all GM brands (Bracket Racing results follow).
After a weekend off for Father's Day, the Super
Chevy Show heads to Thunder Valley for a June
“The Hitman” Hill Wins
“The Hitman” Hill is on top of the world these
days. His new Race Factory 2005 Mustang is
performing like a dream and he recently became
the father of a new baby girl. But it takes more
than that to get this drag racing hitman
excited. “I’m enjoying it,” was about all the
soft-spoken, but hard-driving Hill had to say
after his latest conquest.
Consistency was Hill goal for the day and he
managed that with runs of 4.667, 4.684, 4.669,
and 4.677, good enough to set low E.T. in three
of the four elimination rounds. Still, he wasn’t
taking Miller for granted. “I knew Craig would
be tough and I know I saw him through the middle
of the racetrack, but probably about the 330 is
where I made my move. Then I just hoped I
wouldn’t see him again.”
Hill secured his third major win with a .042
rt 4.677 et @ 161.67 mph to Craig Miller's .047
rt 4.723 et @157.96 mph on May 21st in the ORSCA
Outlaw 10.5 final at Carolina Dragway-Jackson,
Three Major Wins This Year, Hill Has Already
Has The Right Medicine To Score First Nitro
Dyar of Hillsboro, Alabama calls his racing
operation "Medicine Man Racing" and is sponsored
by a drug store. Whether it was that or his home
field advantage, he scored his first Nitro Coupe
win in the inaugural Super Chevy Show at
Huntsville Dragway May 20-21. Race fans packed
the Huntsville stands both days despite an early
guest appearance by summer. The three-day event
even included a special match race by members of
the Middle Tennessee Avalanche Club, whose 6,000
pound behemoths lumbered down the Huntsville
strip before Friday's Test and Tune session.
Coupe Winner Bryan
to racing in the Alabama heat and humidity, Dyar
was the most consistent car in the class,
claiming the Trim Parts Low Qualifier prize with
a 4.211/174.55 mph shot on Saturday at the
legendary 1/8th mile track. He stayed around
that mark all weekend, speeding up to a 4.167
shot in the semis when cloud cover briefly
cooled the track. In the finals against fellow
Alabamian Jerry Rhodes of Southside, AL. Dyar
gave up two hundredths to Rhodes and his '63
Corvette Nitro Coupe on the starting line, but
his '53 Studebaker stayed on a rail as he turned
in a 4.213 (172.35mph) to Rhodes' 4.372
Coupe Runner-Up Jerry
In addition to the
Super Chevy menu of Mr. Gasket Bracket One
(Electronics), Bracket Two (Footbrake) and
D.O.T. (street legal) bracket classes, George
Howard threw in three heads up classes, 7.0, 6.0
and 5.50 (bracket results below).
After a week off, the Super Chevy Show
continues its 26th Annual Tour with a stop at
Atlanta Dragway June 3-4.
Nitro Coupe Qualifying - Saturday 5/20
(Event qualified and raced 1/8 mile)
1 Bryan Dyar, Hillsboro, AL '53 Studebaker
2 Jerry Rhodes, Southside, AL
'63 Vette 4.244 170.58
3 Larry Sinke.
Wellmann, Ontario, Canada '67 Nova 4.278
4 Bruce Boland, Hamilton, Ontario,
Canada '33 Willy's 4.312 170.07
Doucet, Lawtell, LA '63 Vette 4.443 171.95
Tony "Sandman" Williams, Millington, TN '69
Camaro 4.456 168.86
7 Toney Russell, Ardmore,
AL '55 Nomad 4.857 124.55
Nitro Coupe Eliminations - Sunday 5/21 (1/8
Semi - Finals R/T ET MPH
Jerry Rhodes def.
.140 4.204 173.48
Larry Sinke .137 4.270
157.89 (car broke rear end)
Bryan Dyar def.
.051 4.167 175.64
Bruce Boland .062 4.281
Finals R/T ET MPH
Bryan Dyar def. .090
Jerry Rhodes .069 4.372 168.04
Low E.T. for season---------- 6.249 Randy
Top M.P.H. for season------
225.56 mph - Trevor Lowe (Pomona)
Bracket Racing Series Eliminations Sunday
5/21 (all races 1/8 mile)
Mr. Gasket Bracket One Pro Eliminator
Winner - Chris Tolar, Shelbyville, TN, '67
Bracket Two Eliminator
Winner - Matt Self, Lawrenceburg, TN, '74
DOT Winner - Bubba Boyd, Harvest, AL, '79
Jr. Dragster Winner - Carlton Douglas,
TREMEC TRANSMISSION BONUS RACE (Sat. 5/20)
Winner - Russ Almand, Spring Hill, TN
Heads -Up Classes (1/8 mile)
7.0 - Jerome Terry, Trinity, AL, '68 Chevy II
6.0 - George Bolton, Trinity, AL, '95 Olds
5.50 - Mike Davis, Ardmore, AL, Chevy II
Brown Wins In Atlanta! |
a classic Suzuki versus Harley final, Brown
decided the race with his riding ability by
stealing away the win light on a holeshot. Brown
left with a near-perfect .005-second light
against Hines' .038-second reaction time, and
held on for the win with a 7.098 et @ 187.44 mph
to Hines' quicker but losing 7.089 et @ 187.94
The win was the first for Brown this year and
the 15th of his career, drawing him level at
15-15 lifetime. He is now the POWERade points
Brown's U.S. Army Suzuki was quickest of the
first two elimination rounds with a track-record
7.045 in the opening session and a 7.065 in the
quarterfinals. Then Hines' Vance & Hines
Screamin' Eagle Harley-Davidson V-Rod came to
life, earning him lane choice in the final with
a 7.057 in the semi’s, which was .003-second
quicker than Brown's pass.
Canada! Canadians Go 1-2 in Super Chevy Maryland
Nitro Coupe Wars!
Bruce Boland and Larry Sinke met in the finals
of the Super Chevy Show's Mickey Thompson Nitro
Coupe Challenge Sunday at Maryland International
Raceway and it was Sinke who blinked.
Coupe Winner Bruce
benefitted from Sinke's red light foul, as
Boland's 6.717 at 203.00 blast in his '33 Willys
Nitro Coupe wouldn't have covered the 6.486 at
216.79 Sinke and his '67 Nova turned in after
going red. Historians think it may have been the
first all-Canadian Nitro Coupe final in the 26
years of the Super Chevy Show.
Coupe Runner-Up Larry
exhibition jet dragster passes between another
Canadian, Lou Pereira, and Jessica "Jessie"
Harris were tight; each of the 8 jet passes made
during the inaugural Super Chevy event at
Maryland International Raceway were over 300
miles per hour, with one race being decided by
only six hundredths of a second in Jessie
Harris' favor (5.173 at 303.64 to 5.234 at
The Super Chevy
Show's 26th anniversary tour lands at Norwalk
Raceway Park this weekend, then takes a week off
before heading to another new venue for 2006,
George Howard's Huntsville Dragway.
Nitro Coupe Qualifying -
Driver/Hometown Car ET MPH
1.Larry Sinke. Wellmann, Ontario, Canada '67
Nova 6.404 216.79
2.Dave Tomasino, Kent, NY,
'69 Camaro 6.462 209.43
Brewster, MA '37 Chevy 6.498 218.62
Boland, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada '33 Willys
5.Mike Swinarski, Hamburg, NY
'63 Vette 6.862 211.03
6.Chris Russo, Cedar
Grove, NJ '63 Vette 9.527 96.64
Baptista, Rochester, MA '67 Camaro 10.011 92.61
Nitro Coupe Eliminations - Sunday 4/30
Semi-Finals R/T ET MPH
Larry Sinke def. .179 6.592 215.24
Swinarski .148 9.127 92.56
Bruce Boland .123 7.305 185.26
Bruce Boland def. .024 6.717
Larry Sinke Foul -.014 6.486 216.79
Trim Parts Low Qualifier - Sat 4/29
Driver ET MPH Nitro Coupes Larry Sinke, '67
Nova 6.404 216.79
Bracket Racing Series Eliminations
Mr. Gasket Bracket One Pro Eliminator
Tony Washington, Laplata, MD, '90 Firebird
-.046 8.27 8.334 160.59
George Cable, Jr.. Hughesville, MD, '01
Racetech RED Foul Broke
Semis Adam Polikoff, Hughesville, MD
Bracket Two Eliminator
Jason Stern, Warrenton, VA, '67 Camaro .037
11.89 11.910 108.74
Scooter Hoover, Powhatan, VA, '72 Chevelle
.056 1004 10.028 132.04
Semis Brian Freels, Baltimore, MD Chris
Poshbrook, Davidsonville, MD, '80 Malibu
Winner Chubby McDonald, Inwood, WV, '55 Chevy
.177 11.50 12.082 102.79
Runner-up Patty Nebel, Mechanicsville, VA,
'97 Grand AM Foul 16.89 16.912 81.40
Semis Bernie Pyles, Millersville, MD
Runner-Up On Friday Night And Win On Sunday @
The Strip! |
Weems and the Toy Factory race team were
runners-up @ the PSCA Mickey Thompson Tires
WinterNationals make-up race on Friday, April
21st. The Deeds Performance "Las Vegas
Nationals" were held April 21 - 23 at The Strip
in Las Vegas, NV at which Ron Weems and his team
took the win in Outlaw Street 10.5 over Rich
Weems posted a 7.588 @ 182.70 mph over
Zehring's 7.691 @ 195.87 mph for the win.
Chevy Show @ Pomona!
Coupe Winner Trevor
Trevor Lowe claims Chilliwack, British Columbia,
as his hometown. It's not anywhere close to Auto
Club Raceway at Pomona, but Pomona is where Lowe
notched a win April 2 in the Super Chevy Show's
2006 stop at the high temple of drag racing.
Lowe qualified second in the field Saturday
behind 2004 champ Randy Adler with a 6.315 at
over 225 miles per hour and kept the consistency
on race day with only one run out of the 6.35
range. In the finals, he faced former Nitro
Coupe Champ Dan Nickelson and his '03 Corvette.
Lowe did the trick with a 6.350 run at 225 miles
per hour. Nickelson had traction issues and ran
a 7.455 at 166.56 miles per hour.
In the Bracket One Finals, it was an all door
car affair as Long Beach, CA racer Mike Blodgett
took the win over Scott Hudson of Yorba Linda.
Blodgett's '72 Nova dialed a 11.46 and ran a
11.485 at 123.70 miles per hour. Hudson lost on
the tree and ran a 10.656 on his 10.65 dial at
131.61 miles per hour. In the Bracket Two wars,
Bob Chagnon of Temecula, CA took the win in the
finals over Robert Smith of Valinda, CA.
Chagnon, driving an '88 Beretta, dialed a
quarter mile 10.44 and ran a 10.564 at 114.64.
Smith drove an '80 Chevy Stepside truck and
rumbled to a 12.581 run on his 12.45 dial at
110.61 miles per hour.
In the Street-Legal DOT class, the 2005
Pontiac of Gary Hairfield of San Diego ruled the
roost at Auto Club Raceway. He defeated Ontario,
CA racer Sam Johnson in the finals. Both racers
dialed correctly, as Hairfield predicted a 12.81
and ran the number with a 12.818 at 106.32 miles
per hour. Robinson dialed his '57 Chevy in at
13.43 and ran a 13.438. The difference in the
race lay on the starting line and Hairfield's
.034 versus a .066 for Robinson.
The Super Chevy Crew is pausing to load up on
fried peanut butter and banana sandwiches before
heading to Memphis Motorsports Park for an April
21-23 event. AutoStar Productions President
Roger Gustin reminds racers that any GM brand is
welcome in the Super Chevy Show's bracket
Check Out The Super Chevy Show Photo Gallery
Checker Schuck’s Kragen NHRA Nationals
Firebird Raceway-Chandler, AZ.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
PSCA Winter Nationals Las Vegas,
Auto Club Raceway @ Pomona
NHRA-CarQuest Auto Parts Winternationals
Fuel Newcomer J.R. Todd Led First & Second
Day Of Professional Testing Among The Dragsters
@ The NHRA Nitro Blast-Off @ The
Top Fuel newcomer J.R. Todd was tops on Friday's
testing among the dragsters with an
early-lifting 5.075 @ 196.87 mph. Todd also led
Saturday, the second day of professional testing
with a 4.631 @ 277.94 mph at the NHRA Nitro
Blast-Off at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor
Speedway behind the wheel of the
More photos from the Nitro Blast-Off at The
Strip Coming Soon!!
Day 1 (Friday) best elapsed times and speeds.
JR Todd: 5.075 @ 196.87
Mike Strasburg: 7.031 @ 121.97
Larry Dixon: 8.681 @97.91 mph
Bernstein: 10.168 @ 81.37 mph
11.548 @ 78.50 mph
David Grubnic: 11.876 @
Doug Kalitta: 11.746 @ 82.86
Hillary Will: 12.078 @ 72.37 mph
Day 2 (Saturday) best elapsed times and
JR Todd: 4.631 at 277.94
Doug Kalitta: 5.272 at 181.54 mph
Strasburg: 5.709 at 163.79 mph
7.029 at 109.38 mph
Arley Langlo: 7.681 at
Larry Dixon: 9.466 at 95.03
Clay Millican: 11.237 at 72.69
David Baca: 11.393 at 83.46
Brandon Bernstein: 11.736 at 75.17
David Grubnic: 11.856 at 74.85 mph
Day 3 (Sunday) best elapsed times and speeds.
Doug Kalitta: 4.553 at
Larry Dixon: 4.593 at 273.44
Brandon Bernstein: 4.626 at 317.27
Hillary Will: 4.634 at 255.58
David Grubnic: 4.802 at 217.07
David Baca: 4.941 at 217.60 mph
Millican: 4.945 at 200.71 mph
6.158 at 140.18 mph
Morgan Lucas: 8.486 at
Doug Foley: 13.540 at 60.00 mph
Day 4 (Monday) best elapsed times and speeds.
Hillary Will: 4.483 at
Brandon Bernstein: 4.510 at 326.08
David Grubnic: 4.671 at 317.05
J.R. Todd: 4.692 at 249.03 mph
Dixon: 4.845 at 215.86 mph
4.924 at 222.07 mph
Morgan Lucas: 6.496 at
Doug Foley: 7.670 at 92.00
Mike Strasburg: 10.048 at 83.80 mph
The next major test session event is the
National Time Trails, Jan. 28-30, at Firebird
International Raceway in Phoenix.
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