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Steve Wiley wins Outlaw Armageddon No Prep

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Steve Wiley and Eric Sagebiel are BIG fans of No-Prep Racing – no doubt because as owners of the Texas Grim Reaper they’ve won a boat load of money this year! First with the March win at San Antonio Raceway’s $50k Bounty Hunter Nationals, Runner up at American Outlaws in May and last weekend winner of Outlaw Armageddon in Oklahoma City for $30 big ones – you can’t blame them!

Wiley, pilot of the Team’s Tommy Mauney built 63 Vette, drove his way to the winner’s circle at Thunder Valley for the win over Gaylen Smith in an close “All NCRC” big tire final of the baddest of the bad, deep in the heart of No-Prep land.

Wiley is also leading the points in Texas Outlaw Pro Mod Association this season!

Congratulation to Steve, Eric, Maurisa and the rest of the Texas Grim Reaper Team on your win, and to Gaylen Smith and the Texas Bounty Hunter Team on the R/U!!

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PDRA’s August 13th race in Memphis resulted in awesome results for Team Chance Customers. With wins in Pro Extreme, Pro Nitrous, Pro Boost, Top Sportsman and even a match race, we can’t be more proud of these results!!

Taylor vs Haney match race - Memphis

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Taylor Vs. Haney Match Race

Frankie “The Madman” Taylor and Keith Haney squared off for a $5k “All NCRC” match race during qualifying. You gotta hand it to Haney for the attempt as he runs a Pro Nitrous car which typically can’t keep pace with a Pro Extreme class car of Taylor’s. Regardless, the David Vs. Goliath race was ran and as expected barring any problems, Taylor came out on top with a 3.631 to Haney’s 3.862. You got to give it to these guys, they sure help make racing more entertaining!!

 
Brandon Snider Memphis PDRA Pro Extreme Winner

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Pro Extreme

Brandon Snider defeated points leader Jason Scruggs in the “all NCRC” final of Pro Extreme. Snider, the #1 qualifier at Memphis was deadly consistent during eliminations which took him to the final against Jason Scruggs – it would have been a good race but Scruggs car had issues and couldn’t take the tree. Regardless, Snider laid down a 3.552@215.58 for the win.

Congratulations Brandon and the Q80 Team on Low ET of the event and win, and to Jason Scruggs and the ScruggsFarm.com Team on the Runner Up!

 
Jay Cox Memphis PDRA Pro Nitrous Winner

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Pro Nitrous

Jay Cox picked up the win in Pro Nitrous over Lizzy Musi the #1 qualifier at Memphis, in a “All NCRC” final. Cox who suffered a wreck at the last PDRA race obviously shook off any issues with the recently rebuilt car. He ran a 3.787@197.94 which combined with a decent .050 light was plenty to overtake Musi’s quicker 3.768@203.43 with a “sandwich eating” .264 reaction time. We’re sure Lizzy’s beating herself up over that one!

Congratulations to Jay and the Bryant Industrial Crane & Rigging Team on your Win, and to Team Musi on your #1 qualifier and runner up finish!

 
John Strickland Memphis PDRA Pro Boost Winner

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Pro Boost

John Strickland and Team Galot recorded another Pro Boost win at Memphis by taking out Tylor Miller in the final round. Strickland, who blasted through the ladder with Low ET of each round, went (0.036) 3.829@195.65 over Miller’s (0.058) 3.835@195.45 to take the win!

Congratulations John and Team Galot on your Win!!!

 
Dan Ferguson  Memphis PDRA Top Sportsman Winner

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Top Sportsman

Dan Ferguson recorded his second PDRA Top Sportsman win this year at Memphis. In a “All NCRC” race against Barry Daniluk in the final, Daniluk ran a 4.031 on a 4.02 dial but his slow reaction time made Ferguson’s 4.044 on a 4.00 dial-in the winner.

Congratulations Dan and Team on your win and to Barry and Team on your Runner Up!!!

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Mo Hall wins Cecil Outlaw 10.5 Street Car Shootout

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At Cecil County’s Street Car Shootout August 6th, Mo Hall defeated Mike Decker Jr. for the win in Outlaw 10.5 during an “All NCRC” final! Hall, who had been putting on quite a show during eliminations with half track wheelies got the better of Decker in the final. It would have been a very close race in the final, but when Decker had to pedal, Hall went at 4.105@174.93 and the Decker Salvage Team’s could only put down a 4.500@175.62.

Congatulations to Mo Hall and Team on the win, and to Mike Decker Jr. and the Decker’s Salvage Team on the R/U!!

Rich Bruder wins Cecil X275 Street Car Shootout

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The Bruder Brothers proved an X275 car that can run consistently in the 4.50’s is very, very tough to beat! With multiple passes in the 4.50’s, and one during eliminations in the 4.40’s, they took their famous Mustang to the winners circle yet again. In the final they beat Dennis Bickford with a 4.505@160.71 to Bickford’s 4.655@156.71.

Congratulations to Rich, Nick and Pop’s Bruder on your win!!!

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Andy Vogt wins Nitrous Pro Street at NMCA/NMRA Superbowl

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Congratulations to Andy Vogt for winning the NMCA/NMRA Superbowl in Nitrous Pro Street and to Randy Dolensek on the Runner Up!

Andy defeated Randy in the “All Neal Chance” final round with a 7.526@183.39 to Dolenseck’s 8.038@144.89. Both cars run a Neal Chance Converter and transmissions from Dave at Proformance Racing Transmissions.

Ford Lovers, you’ll have to check out Randy’s unique Mercury Cyclone Talladega he races. You don’t see many of those around!

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Mike DeMayo wins NMCA NA 10.5 Superbowl!!

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Congratulations to Mike DeMayo who took home the win at the NMCA/NMRA Superbowl July 31st in the NA 10.5 Class!

DeMayo the #2 Qualifier, defeated Dwight Ausmus the #1 Qualifier in a close final with a 7.987@169.17 over Ausmus’s 8.064@169.32.

Way to go Mike and Team Powerhead!!!!