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Mustang Mike Wins Radial Fest

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Mustang Mike Modeste was flying at Huntsville Dragway’s Radial Fest – he laid down two 4.16’s and a 4.17, all of them at 180 MPH plus which took him all the way to the finals in Limited Drag Radial. Despite having a bad 5.26 run in the final, it was better than his competition’s 5.75! All the matters is the win light in that final round!!! We’re not sure, but that might be a new record in LDR???

Congratulations Mike on your Win and stunning ET’s at Radial Fest!!!

We also want to give a shout out to Jamie Hancock, he was running hard with a 3.91 in qualifying and a 3.89 in eliminations, unfortunately the car got a bit out of shape with a wheelie in the finals and he had to lift. Congratulations on the Runner Up Jamie & Team!

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EJ Birdman wins Big Tire class at Lonestar Resurrection

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James Finney “aka” Birdman, Gary Weatherly, Howie Crabtree along with the rest of the Birdman Racing Team had a rough month. After a highway accident trashed their trailer and did a bunch of body damage to the race car, they picked up the pieces and whipped her back in shape. With the fresh primer, the car wasn’t as pretty as before, but it dang sure still runs! The team proved that point at the Lonestar Resurrection No Prep Race at Royal Purple Dragway September 24th taking home the $35,000 win in Big Tire. That’ll pay for the new paint job and then some!!!

Congratulations Birdman Racing on yet another win!!

EJ Hickl wins Pro Mod class at Lonestar Resurrection

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In Pro Mod, Ej Hickl defeated Gaylen Smith behind the wheel of The Bounty Hunter during an “All NCRC” final, it was quite the upset with EJ driving around Gaylen at the top end for the win.

Congratulations to EJ and Team on the win and to Gaylen and the Bounty Hunter Team on the Runner Up!!

EJ Hickl wins Pro Mod class at Lonestar Resurrection

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Andy Reynolds wagon is quite the crowd favorite when it stands up almost on the bumper, on a No-Prep track no less! He took the crazy hooking nitrous huffing wagon to the finals and captured the win at LSR in True Street. Reynolds banked $4500 for his efforts…

Congratulations Andy!!!

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Stouffer Street Machines Winner

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Jon Stouffer qualified #1 and took home the win at Ozark Raceway Park’s Street Machine Shootout September 17th. Stouffer defeated Monte Grace in the final, 3.8418@193.72 to Grace’s 3.9469@196.25 to take the win.

Congratulations to Jon, Cody Barklage and the Stouffer Racing Team on your win!!

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Sliskovic drives Team 68 for the Win Shakedown at the Summit

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Philip Sliskovic, new partner and driver of the Team 68 Outlaw 10.5 Camaro, qualified #1 with a 4.05, then cracked off a great win at the Shakedown at the Summit! Sliskovic drew Mike Decker Jr. in the “All NCRC” final and went 3.972@190.73 to Decker’s 4.060@188.33 for the win.

Congratulations to Phil, Jerry and the rest of Team 68 on the win and to Mike Decker for the Runner Up!!!

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Keith Szabo Wins US41 Super Glued

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Keith Szabo aka “The Shootout King” made yet another trip to the winner’s circle last weekend after taking home a huge payday at US41’s Super Glued race. Keith was racing in Bad Boyz on 10.5’s class, a No Time Event, kinda like a No-Prep race except with lots of Tyler Crossnoe applied glue… Hence the name “Super Glued”. Keith defeated the ProCharged Car of Kip Broaddus in the “All NCRC” final round to take the win. We can’t sure any ET’s, as it was a clocks off event, but you can bet they were moving pretty good!

Congratulations to Keith and his Dad on the big win and good luck with the rest of your 2016 winning streak! Also to Kip on the Runner Up Finish!

We also want to give prop’s to Jimmy & Jim Plimpton who made it all the way to the semi’s out of a huge field of cars all after that big payout and gave Keith Szabo a good run for the money. That’s actually quite awesome as they were in X275 trim racing against door cars with no power limits! Congrat’s guys, you did good!