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Sun, 03 Feb 2013, 12:57 PM

Super Rod Round 1 Winners



IMMOKALEE, Fla. - Round 1 winners in Super Rod at the Summit Racing Equipment Pro-Am Tour presented by AMSOIL, Heat Wave Division 2, day two at Immokalee Regional Raceway:

Weather conditions: air temperature 75 degrees, relative humidity 23 percent, barometer 30.07 inches, adjusted altitude 1,449 feet, track temperature 92 degrees.



     Num  Class Driver, Home Town, Car Type 

     2454    S/R  Todd Thompson, Naples FL, '27-T Ford
     9052    S/R  Scott Lawton, Sanford NC, '88 Beretta
     205H    S/R  Jerry Heffelfinger, Wesley Chapel FL, '38 Chevy
     2453    S/R  Tony Thompson, Naples FL, '69 Camaro
       25    S/R  Darius Poitier, Pompano Beach FL, '68 Camaro
     208M    S/R  Dave Marcus Jr., Sarasota FL, '92 Camaro
     2791    S/R  Bob Guido, Cooper City FL, Roadster
     2575    S/R  Bill Clarke, Dartmouth NS, '00 Pontiac
     2750    S/R  Joseph Deluco, Seffner FL, 
     1351    S/R  Craig Porter, Silver Spring MD, '04 Mustang
     1184    S/R  Jim Morrison, Elmsdale NS, '70 Opel GT
     3555    S/R  Joe Passero, Stevensville ON, '67 Camaro




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