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Ty Tutterow Outlaw Pro Mod Winner at US Nationals 2017

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Ty Tutterow took home his first win in the 2017 season at the US Nationals in Bradenton Florida January 29th. He defeated Jose Gonzalez in the final with a fast reaction and a 3.73@198 to Jose’s 3.82@199 to take the win for the Galot Motorsports Team!!

Congratulations to Ty, Todd and the rest of the Galot Motorsports Team!!

We also want to give a shout out to Turbo Todd Moyer who was at Bradenton trying out a new combination with our Billet┬áLock Up Converter. Moyer was #2 qualifier with a 3.741@207.27! Moyer and Team are making some big progress…

Jason Scruggs #1 Qualifier in X-Treme Pro Mod

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Jason Scruggs picked up where he left off last year with a very powerful setup, the Scruggs Farm Team laid down a 3.512@222 in qualifying for X-Treme Pro Mod. We’re not sure why they didn’t run the class in eliminations other than there was a pretty small field, that combined with weather issues must have canceled the class. Watch for Scruggs to come out swinging for the fences at the first PDRA race!

Barry Mitchell Pro Drag Radial Winner at US Nationals 2017

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Barry Mitchell shocked the crowd with a jaw dropping 3.748 in testing for Pro Drag Radial!!! That’s a new, unofficial record that exceeds Steve Jackson’s current RVW 3.751 official record… Radial Vs. The World at Lights Out 8 is going to be insane!

Mitchell went on to qualify #1 with a 3.803, then defeated Mark “Woody” Woodruff in the final, Mitchell went 3.821@196.37 for the win, unfortunately Woody got crossed up and kissed the wall which crushed his chances for the win. Luckily damage didn’t look to bad, and hopefully he will be back up and running again soon.

Congratulations to Barry Mitchell and Team on the new “unofficial” record, #1 qualifier and race win!!!

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Flamholc Wins Bradenton, R/U at WSN and Snowbird Nationals!!!

Adam Flamholc and The MMR Racing Team has capped his 2016 season off with great results…

Flamholc qualified #3 and won the US Street Nationals at Bradenton, then headed to Orlando for the World Street Nationals where he was #2 qualifier with a 5.78 – a new PB!! Then he runnered up in the finals against Kevin Fiscus. Next the Team went back to Bradenton for the Snowbird Nationals, qualified #3 and again made it to the finals to runner up Vs. Mike Janis. Not a bad end to the year!!! The team also won the Russian Pro Mod Championship as well.

Congratulations Adam and Team MMR on a great season!!!

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Rodney Whatley

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We just recently found out that Rodney Whatley very likely set a RVW 60′ record at No Mercy 7, his blown Camaro went .958 with one of our NSX Converters. That’s the quickest 60′ we’ve ever seen far for a RVW car! He did it during round 2 of eliminations in Radial Vs. The World, taking the win over Kyle Huttel. Third round provide that setup was a touch too much for the track to handle and he spun – but wow, he stuck a .958!!!

Congratulations Rodney and Team on an awesome pass!

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John Stouffer Wins ADRL Insane Pro Mod at Gateway

Photo Courtesy Kayla Pickle / Starting Line Motorsports

Insane Pro Mod

Jon Stouffer from Neosho Missouri defeated Brandon Pesz in an “ALL NCRC” final of the new “Insane Pro Mod” ADRL class. Stouffer ran a 3.749@199.99 over Pesz close 3.774@204.05. Insane Pro Mod is a new class invented by ADRL which features 1/8th Mile racing with ANY engine combination and multiple power adders at 2350 lbs – this class may get a little nuts before long!

Congratulations to Jon, the Stouffer Communications Team and Starting Line Motorsports on the first ever Insane Pro Mod win, and to Brandon Pesz and Team on the Runner Up!!

Real Pro Mod

“Tricky” Ricky Smith won the $4000 purse for Real Pro Mod class by beating Dan Stevenson with a 4.862@231.00 to Stevenson’s 4.936@232.51. If those numbers sound funny, it’s because the “Real” Pro Mod class at the new ADRL is 1000′, not 1/8 mile like most Pro Mod Classes. Smith also previously captured his third NHRA Pro Mod Championship this year!!!

Congratulations Ricky and Team on your win!!