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Yesterday was more than a full day of racing as we had a whole lot going on! Our first set of results for the S&S Customs Bracket Race are for the main race with all four classes.
In Masta Performance Pro, Bernie Och took the win when he was .043 off the line then ran a 10.665 on his 10.65 dial. Wes Buckley who was lucky to be on a bye run in the semi-final round as he went -.006 red. Buckley went on to be .052 in the final round against Och, but it wasn’t enough to take the win giving Buckley the runner up finish.
Marlon Howes took out Joe Kulik in the McCormack Racing Sportsman category. Howes’s .039 light was good for the win. He ran .08 off his dial in as he was getting out of it to tighten up the gap at the finish line. Kulik who was late off the line went on to run a 12.126 on his 12.10 dial.
Dom Locilento Sr’s .016 reaction time would have made for a good race, but in this near heads up race Katelyn Smith left the line first when she went -.008 red. Locilento would’ve been at risk down track had Smith been green as he went 4.865 on his 4.87 dial while Smith ran a 4.861 on her 4.86 dial.
Super Pro Motorcycle saw Mark Johnson win after his worst reaction time of the day. He had been on the tree all day, but was fortunate to see that Brian Clapper went red giving him the win anyways.
Thanks to S&S Customs out of Monroe, MI, Bernie Och, Marlon Howes, Dom Locilento Sr, and Mark Johnson will all receive custom paint and/or airbrushing for their helmets! We are quite excited to see how these turn out once the winners get the work done!
Our next set of results are for the Gambler’s Race. We saw Carl Keil take the win in the Box category over Matt Hewitt. Keil was .006 then ran a 5.168 on his 5.16 dial, he was .014 total, while Hewitt was .014 off the starting line then ran 4.981 on his 4.87 dial. Damien Hazelton was our No Box winner over Norman Crawley. Hazelton was .048 and went through the finish line just under his dial in at 9.829 on his 9.83, but it didn’t matter since Norman Crawley was -.010 red.
Finally, we got to our pit vehicle race where Carl Keil took another win. This time the win was over David Davis. The golf cart must have been just like the dragster for Carl as he was .005 to Davis’s -.026 red. Luckily for Davis, we were giving a pizza to the winner AND the runner up!
We have four more winners to name today as we run Fleet Doctor Bracket Points Race #8.