W: Joey Wallis (’13 DPRC) – 7.457, 172.28 (7.44 dial).
R/U: Wesley Stevens (’93 Neil & Parks) – 8.289, 164.89 (8.25 dial).
Semi’s: Zac Biron.
A&B Tire Pro
W: Chris Rice (’66 Nova) – 10.465, 127.64 (10.46 dial).
R/U: Jared Kinson (’68 Camaro) – 9.666, 140.72 (9.66 dial).
Semi’s: David Gibbons Jr; Thomas Wolcott.
Tim’s Speed & Custom Street
W: Dave Nadeau (’00 Camaro) – 12.535, 106.45 (12.55 dial).
R/U: F Scott Kihir (’70 Malibu) – 11.752, 112.35 (11.77 dial).
Semi’s: Cameron Murray.
W: John Civitarese (’00 Kawasaki) – 8.422, 144.32 (8.37 dial).
R/U: Christopher Pratt (’82 Suzuki) – 8.926, 144.75 (8.93 dial).
Semi’s: Tyler Wilkerson; Sam Hurwitz.
East Coast Outdoor Power Equipment Jr Dragster A
W: Mary Sparago (’07 Halfscale) – 8.021, 80.63 (7.96 dial).
R/U: Olivia Karaguezian (’04 Halfscale) – 8.050, 80.82 (8.00 dial).
Semi’s: Tyler Christopher.
East Coast Outdoor Power Equipment Jr Dragster B
W: Chris Khoury (’00 Dragster) – 11.950, 50.54 (11.94 dial).
R/U: Kaylee Genualdo (’01 Jegs) – 11.970, 52.89 (11.95 dial).
Semi’s: Kyle Rice.
East Coast Outdoor Power Equipment Jr Dragster Consolation Race
W: Cameron Murray (’05 KCS) – 8.178, 75.39 (8.10 dial).
R/U: Chantel Gaboriault (’04 BARRS) – 7.934, 79.38 (7.90 dial).
Semi’s: Kyle Murray.
Ed’s Bachelor Party
W: Dan Caissie (’87 Mustang) – 11.610, 116.33 (11.60 dial).
R/U: Brandon Karaguezian (’78 Malibu) – foul.
Semi’s: John Lehoullier.
$1000 Guaranteed to Win in Indy Auto Parts Super Pro
The race originally scheduled for 7/11 has been rescheduled to 7/26 because of a conflict with other races, and another $1K guaranteed to win Super Pro has been added on 8/22
Sponsors: Southern NH Undercar, Power Technologies, Burkland Homes, and Kenwood Auto
Dates: 7/5, 7/26, 8/09, 8/22, and 8/23
A racer may not progress up “THE LIST” by more than two positions by virtue of no shows in one night. We feel this is necessary in the spirit of competition after witnessing racers jumping seven positions because of broken cars and no shows. This will allow those experiencing problems a little more time to defend their position. Jumping up “THE LIST” by taking the tree and strolling down the track is not the way to earn your position on “THE LIST” and against all principles in the spirit of competition.
In speaking of defending positions, questions came about recently as to why the #10 position could not call out the #9 position before a challenger could race #10. If that was allowed and the number #9 position lost and moved to number #10 he is then forced to race the challenger that has won the run off races. This means he is forced to defend his position twice in one night. The rules state a second run off must be mutually agreed upon and in that circumstance there is no choice on the second run off between #10 and the challenger, that race has to happen unless there are no challengers. No racer present can be required to defend their position more than once in one night unless mutually agreed.
Next running of “THE LIST” will be Wednesday July 8, 2015
Rotary Engine Rule Updates
Important Update for racers using Rotary Engines.
As outlined in the 2015 NHRA Rule Book 13.49 or quicker you must have an SFI 1.1 1.2 Flywheel and Clutch. Additionally 11.49 or quicker rotary engine cars must have a flywheel shield. For futher details and info refer the 2015 NHRA Rule Book.
He is what many call a racing machine, A&B Tire Pro Eliminator Champion Mark Winterbottom.
Putting together a championship drive is tough. Ask anyone who was lucky enough to come out on top and they likely will tell you it’s a daunting task. That isn’t lost on Mark Winterbottom. But, to see him week in and week out you wonder if ever fazes. He is what many call a racing machine. Mark captured his 9th A&B Tire Pro Eliminator championship this year in dramatic fashion. Yet, even when he was locked into a tight, four-way battle with brothers Jared Kinson and Jason Mazzotta, and long time friend Joe Silva, Mark kept his cool.
A Tale of Two Knights
It doesn’t come as a startling revelation that capturing a championship in any category at New England Dragway is the result of determination, skill and hard work. This year’s Indy Auto Parts Super Pro Champion Ray Knight is the epitome of those attributes. Ray has been part of the New England Dragway racing community for decades, recognized by his peers as one of the toughest drivers on the track. But, if you ask him about the most thrilling aspect of this year’s hard fought battle you will not hear stories about margins of victories measuring in the ten-thousandths or near perfect reaction times. Instead he will tell you it’s the opportunity to share the podium with his son Steven who captured the E.C.O.P.E. Junior Dragster crown.
Lucas Oil continues its commitment to NHRA Sportsman racing.
Lucas Oil continues its commitment to NHRA Sportsman racing as the sponsor of the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series. “Having come through the Sportsman ranks myself, I know how important it is to have the support you need to compete,” said Morgan Lucas of Lucas Oil Products. “These are our people, these are our customers.
2015 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Schedule Released
The NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series returns for a 14th season with premier events taking place across the country in all seven NHRA divisions it was announced today by NHRA officials. The 2015 schedule will feature 45 divisional events with a minimum of six in each of the seven divisions. There will also be 25 regional events featuring the 260-mph Top Alcohol Dragster and Top Alcohol Funny Car classes.
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