The NHRA ET Series was back in action on a beautiful Sunday afternoon along with the Quick Fuel SS/S Combo series! After not one but TWO rain delays and multiple clean-ups and tow-aways we were finally able to complete the program. This Sunday marked our biggest crowd of the year thus far with 226 cars making the call for first round! Thank you to all that raced with us today!
Tyler Smith drove his El Camino straight the the Winners Circle in Quick Fuel Super Pro! Smith defeated a red lighting Randy Carter in the final round. Carter’s Runner-up finish pushed him to the #1 spot in the Super Pro points standings! Kelt Louden drove his wheelstanding Chevy II wagon to a semi-final round finish.
Gale Pinkston was the last man standing in Quick Fuel SS/S Combo with his first generation Camaro Stocker defeating a red-lighting Ryan Haag in the final round. The 2019 SS/S Combo season Champion Jeremy Duncan was the lone semi-finalist.
The Kleppinator turns it red in the ATM Pro ET final round and Taylor Bowling lights the win light! Joseph Steele was the lone semi-finalist.
Braden Sloan wins D93 Sportsman defeating Luke Wiseman in a double breakout final round. Nick Bodem was the semi-finalist.
Shelby Thurman wins JEGS Jr. Dragster category defeating Gage Blair in the final round. Jackson Summers and Caeson Markham rounded out the semi-final round.
Chris Cowles and James Roger met up in the final ofFelts Towing 1/4mi Trophy where Roger turned it read and Chris Cowles gets the win and extends his points lead! Jeff Cline was the lone semi-finalist.