HEBRON, Ohio -
Tue, 24 Sep 2013, 10:03 AM
Martin Takes Moser Shootout
Courtesy of NHRA Field Marketing
Pat Martin London, Ohio, took home the trophy in the NHRA Moser Sportsman Shootout at the JEGS
Northern SPORTSnationals knocking out fellow Ohio racer Phillip Smida in the final round at
National Trail Raceway. Martin, driving his '27 roadster saved his best pass for last posting a
seven-thousandth package with a 0.003 reaction time and a 5.814 second lap at 130.15 mph.
Pat Martin celebrates in the winner's circle after winning
the NHRA Moser Sportsman Shootout
Martin took out Troy Coughlin Jr. in round one with a 0.004 reaction time before beating Ray
Connolly in round two and getting a bye run in the semifinals when Marco Aburri broke his motor and
was unable to make the call. Martin picked up $5,000 from Moser Engineering for the win along with
the champions trophy.
Pat Martin (far lane) was better on both ends of the
in taking out Phillip Smida in the final
round of the NHRA Moser Sportsman Shootout.
Smida defeated Bryan Richardson, Damien Hazelton and Brad Zaskowski on his way to the final round.
NHRA MOSER SPORTSMAN SHOOTOUT
Pat Martin, London, Ohio, '27 roadster, 5.814, 130.15 def. Phillip Smida, Canfield, Ohio, '08
dragster, 4.746, 145.53.
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