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“Tricky” Rickie Smith, fresh after resetting the 1/4 Mile N2O Pro Mod “Unofficial” Record earlier in the week continued to run great during the race weekend. He blasted all the way the finals of Pro Mod where he ran into Stevie “Fast” Jackson, the #2 qualifier. Jackson was on a mission and put down a blistering 3.72@201 in the Shadow II to take the win over Smith, who spun to a 4.68@112. You can bet Tricky Rickie will be gunning to get even with Jackson when they meet up in NHRA Pro Mod soon, which will be a great battle to watch!
Congratulations to Stevie Fast, Phil Shuller, Billy Stocklin and the rest of the KTR Team on the first win of the season, and to Rickie Smith and Team on the Runner Up!!
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“Tricky” Rickie Smith because the first ever NHRA Legal Pro Mod to run in the 5.60’s when he laid down a email@example.com during testing in Orlando last week. Smith was running a Neal Chance Lockup Converter which is legal during the 2018 season for NHRA Pro Mod… it sure looks like the car liked it!!! Congratulations Rickie on the new unofficial record!!
Clutch drag and clutch pack adjustments on the Neal Chance Lockup Converter.
In our latest round of converter tech videos, Marty explains clutch drag, and how to adjust the clutch packs on the Neal Chance Lockup Converter.
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Keith “The Shootout King” Szabo took home the Small Tire win November 25th at Redemption 9.0 which netted him a sweet $10k Christmas Stash! He also secured enough points to be crowned the Redemption Small Tire Champion!!! Szabo’s almost unbeatable performance in no-prep is a testament to a well thought out combo that he’s raced since 2002 with very few changes. He’s even running a 15 year old Neal Chance Bolt Together Converter, all they do is every year put a fresh Diode and seal in it and run it again!
Congratulations to Keith and his Dad on yet another very successful racing season, the Redemption 9.0 Win and the Championship!!!
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The weather might have been a bit wet, but the racing was red hot at the 2017 Orlando World Street Nationals! In Pro Mod, King Tut brought the new Galot Motorsports Pro Boost car out with very little seat time in it and drove it all the way to the winners circle. He defeated a very tough Jay Cox in the final – Cox, who broke the track record in qualifying with a firstname.lastname@example.org was on a mission but kicked the tires out in the final against Tutterow. King Tut in the other lane had a solid 3.75@200 pass to take the win!
Congratulations Todd and the Galot Motorsports Team on the win and to Jay Cox & Team on the R/U and record!!
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In Outlaw 10.5 Vs Radial, Mo Hall might have missed his three second pass he was so close to getting, but he did take home his first World Street Nationals win! Hall defeated John Carinci who broke something in the final with a email@example.com
Congratulations to Mo Hall, Jim Halsey, the HFR Fab Guys and the rest of the team on the win!!