Drag Race Central - Drag Racing
Mon, 10 Dec 2007, 12:54 PM

Williams Jr. Continues Season Ending Romp at Carolina Dragway
Courtesy of Luke Bogacki



JACKSON, S.C. --

While most sportsman competitors are looking forward to the holidays and a few months away from the race track, Bradenton, FL racer Troy Williams, Jr. is no doubt looking for the nearest open facility and wishing the 2007 season hadn't come to a close. Williams dominated the annual Florida winter series with multiple final rounds at the Immokalee Regional Raceway kickoff event, back-to-back wins at the Moroso 5-Day en route to his second 5-Day points title, and another victory at the closing event at Sunshine Dragway. Williams continued his late season streak by scoring yet again last weekend at Carolina Dragway. There, Williams drove his familiar Mullis Race Cars backed machine to yet another $20,000 victory on Saturday (his second $20,000 win in three weeks), scoring a final round decision over local standout Sammy Hollingsworth. Williams weekend work was not yet done however, as he once again rolled thru Sunday's competition to claim a $3500 prize in a track hosted gamblers event.

"Yea, I guess it's a bad time for the season to be over," joked Williams. "I broke a motor at the Bradenton 5-Day, and we slid this spare all aluminum P.A.R. engine in. For whatever reason, that's the combination--this Mullis Race Cars machine has been unbelievable since. Down here in Florida, we don't have much of an offseason, so hopefully I can carry some of this momentum over to 2008."



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