Taylor, Muenks, Sackuvich and Lowery Spring Throwdown Winners!!

Frankie Taylor Spring Throwdown Winner Outlaw Pro Mod

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Frankie “The Mad Man” Taylor captured his fourth Throwdown in T-Town win at Tulsa Raceway Park May 14th. Taylor drew Jon Stouffer in the “All NCRC” final and took the win with a 3.590@211.06 to Stouffer’s 3.683@205.51.

Congratulations Frankie and Paul, and the rest of the Taylor Team!!! and to Jon Stouffer and the Stouffer Communications Team on their Runner Up! We also want to give a shout out to Brandon Lewis, Brandon laid down a STOUT 3.67 at 209 to take #1 qualifier, upsetting Taylor’s #1 spot, and also to Randell Reid who captured top MPH in qualifying.

Ron Muenks Spring Throwdown Winner Pro Nitrous

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Ron Muenks behind the wheel of the Dave’s RV Camaro had the candles lit bright at the Throwdown! With Jeff Pierce behind the keyboard, the Team took out “You Know My Name” #1 Qualifier Keith Haney in the final with a holeshot. Muenks ran a 3.820 with a .021 light, and Haney with pistons shooting out the pipes ran a 3.816 but his reaction killed his chances, a slower .043 light turned the win to Muenks.

Congratulations to Ron and the Dave’s RV Team on your great win, and to Keith on the Runner Up!!!

Sackuvich Spring Throwdown Winner Outlaw Door Slammer

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Sackuvich Motorsports had great results at the Spring Throwdown as well! Jim won Outlaw Doorslammer and Jimmy Runnered up in Top Dragster!

Scott Lowery Spring Throwdown Winner Radial Vs World

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Scott Lowery took home a lucky win in Radial Vs. The World over Craig Ondrick. Lowery, the #1 Qualifier spun a bit in the final and ran a off pace 4.41@169, but a .009 Red light by Ondrick enroute to his 4.385@169.610 passed the win back over to Scott.

Congratulations Scott on your #1 Qualifier and Win!!!

We also want to give a shout out to Jackie Knox who runnered up in Pro Street, Bob Bales who qualified #1 in X275, but hurt the car in eliminations ending his day early, and to “Da Boss” Marty Chance who had top MPH in qualifying with his newly refurbished Mustang.