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Ultimate Outlaw Shootout Series Results

Date posted: 8/18/2013 11:23:03 AM

Diamond Pistons Saturday Shootout Points

Butch Kemp ran a 5.097 at 137.18 MPH to take out Bob Corujo in the final round of O'Hara Automotive & Performance and Ultimate Converter Ultra Street. Corujo ran a 5.233 at 135.07 MPH. John Keesey lost to Kemp in the semi-final on a 6.387 at 99.76 MPH. Kemp ran a 5.081at 137.21 on his run against Keesey.

Rich Bruder took home the win in Team Z Motorsports X275 by running a 4.648 at 152.45 MPH. Jason Lee ran a 5.401 at 103.99 MPH which wasn't good enough to beat Bruder. Darren Hilterbran made it to the semi-finals where he was barely taken out by Bruder. Hilterbran ran a 4.759 at 150.52 MPH to Bruder's 4.703 at 157.45 MPH.

#1 qualifier Scotty G ran a 4.502 at 162.92 MPH to earn the win in Holley Outlaw Limited Street. Mark Koehler got a little close to the center line in the final and had to back off in the final round against Scotty G. Koehler ran a 5.057 at 119.04 MPH. Scotty G avoided us seeing our third Ohio Boys final in the past two months by taking out Mike Brown in the semi-finals. Brown ran a 5.201 at 105.65 MPH to Scotty's 4.470 at 163.07.

Donya took out Dom in the Mexicusioner in the 29.5 Inch, No Bars Shootout.

Sherman Baker took the win over Tony Morales in the True Street Grudge Shootout.

In Livernois Motorsports Wild Street, Mickey Adams took the win over John Dickman as a result of his better (+.013) reaction time and running closer to his dial in. Dan Wilhelm barely red lit (-.003) to Dickman in the semi-finals.

Joe Cicalo took the win over Johnnie Cook in Amsoil Open Comp. Cicalo had a better reaction time and ran closer to his dial in. Joe Mosher lost to Cicalo in the semi-final even though Mosher had the better reaction time, he ran too far off his dial in.