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(Sept. 20-21) - The track held its twoday NHRA Summit Racing Series event along with its monthly Heads-Up Havoc Series event on Saturday. The King of the Strip Quick 8 class for Pro Modified and Top Sportsman racers kicked off the Heads-Up Havoc Series event. The NHRA Summit Racing Series returned on Sunday for the last race of the season.
Rackley wins King of the Strip Quick 8; Stevenson dominates Outlaw Drag Radial and ran a better 4.831 in the final to final. Joe Tillman stopped a fouling beat Ali Belford, who slowed to an 8.37 Beau Gay to earn Sportsman honors. after qualifying No. 2 with a 4.944. Jud Nichols finished ahead of The 6.0 Index was won by James April Spell in Jr. Dragster Advanced. Williams over Allan Padgett. Williams Their reaction times were nearly cut the better reaction time to earn identical, but Nichols’ 7.904 on a the holeshot victory, 6.03 to 6.01. 7.90 dial was enough to beat Spell’s Brandon Wood won 7.0 Index 7.995 on a 7.98 dial. honors over Kelly King, who ran a 7.01 Eric Bowman won the Jr. Dragster but fouled. Wood posted a 6.96. Intermediate title over Matt Cook In Open Comp action, Bill Jones when Cook fouled. beat Gerald Sessions in the final. The NHRA Summit Racing Series The NHRA Summit Racing Series winners were Kevin Powers (Super Marvin T. Smith photos returned on Sunday for the last race Pro), Roger Kelly (Pro), Kenny Bevins of the season. Previous series champ Jr. (Sportsman), Cory Cox (Jr. Dragster Carey “Crow” Locke won Super Pro Advanced), and Drew Hostetter (Jr. when Larry McDuffie’s car broke. Dragster Intermediate), who narrowly Erwin Rackley won the King of the Strip Quick 8 title and was the No. 1 qualifier with a 4.23. “Dyno Don” Temples beat Robert beat Jordan Arnold by eight points. Weeks in the double-breakout Pro — Marvin T. Smith SOU
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