POMONA, Calif. -
Fri, 12 Nov 2010, 10:16 PM
Super Comp Title Goes to Gary Stinnett
By Larry Sullivan
The Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Super Comp championship was decided during the first round of eliminations tonight when Edmond
Richardson lost to Jimmy Lintz, making Gary Stinnett the 2010 champion.
Stinnett took the championship points lead last weekend, in Las Vegas, and Richardson had to win the NHRA Finals to take the
championship away from Stinnett.
The only undecided championship in the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series is Top Alcohol Dragster, where Bill Reichert leads and Chris
Demke must go to the final round here in order to win the championship.
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