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 5601 W. Stamford
 (I-20 East Access road)
 Abilene, TX
   


 
SUNDAY JULY 19 2020
BCRW/SUMMIT POINTS RACE #6

TOM THORP TRANSPORTS SUPER PRO: The Super Pro final started as a heads up round between Jimmy Wenger and Ike Pesch, with both competitors dialing 4.83. Jimmy got out first by a long shot, hitting a .006 light to Ike's .072. Oops. Jimmy had a bunch in his pocket and lifted to a 4.89 for the win. Ike hurried on down there to a 4.84 but not anywhere near enough to make up the starting line gap.

13 SINS RACERAFT PRO FOOTBRAKE: Darrell Sorey had the focus and the dial to take the win in Footbrake over Sambo Tyra. Darrell had a great .009 light and finished dead on 6.38 with an 8. Sambo was right after Darrell with a .012 light but the car slowed to a 5.80, well over Sambo's 5.76 dial.

MAX'S AUTOMOTIVE JR DRAGSTER: Hunter McGary got by Jordan Suckow to win the final in Jrs. Hunter had the better .050 light and finished up 8.19 over an 8.15 dial. Jordan hit a .089 light and was a bit closer to the dial with a 7.97 over his 7.94. It was still close, because after doing the cipherin' it looks like Hunter only got there first by .02.

MAX'S KAWASAKI MOTORCYCLE: Don Hrometz doubled up this weekend, making Shawn Ellison settle for runner up two days in a row. The number on this final are all over, so we'll just list them. Don left with a .067 light abnd ran 6.12 over a 6.01 dial. Shawn was a bit later leaving with a .167 and ran exactly a tenth over at 6.21 to a 6.11 dial.
BIG COUNTRY STREET ELIMINATOR: JJ Gossett got a double up in Street, taking out Tyler Brooks in the final round. Actually, looks like Tyler took himself out on the top end. JJ was .040 on the tree and stopped the clocks at one over 8.17 to a 8.16 dial. Tyler had a nearly identical .041 light but legged it out and ran well under his 8.58 dial and ending with a 8.53.

BIG COUNTRY JR STREET ELIMINATOR: We have another hot shoe coming on strong in the Jr Street class. Trinitie Sandlin killed the tree with a .004 - yes, in that dually - and clocked a 10.61 over a 9.93 for the win in her very first race! Cody Brooks was a little late with a .159 light and ran way over 9.47 to a 9.30 dial..

 

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