Wed, 16 May 2018, 12:05 PM
Reichardt Wins Second Round of Sharks of the Strip
Courtesy of John Bisci
During Midnight Madness Fueled by NOS Energy Drink at Gateway Motorsports Park
Phillip Reichardt of Festus, Missouri won the second round of the new Sharks of the Strip program
tonight at Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, Illinois. Reichardt faced Sam Dyer of Quincy,
Illinois in the final. Tonight marked Reichardt's first attempt at Sharks of the Strip, GMP's
outlaw heads-up, no-time racing program.
Reichardt defeated Dustin Kurz in the first round of eliminations, Jake Schindler in the second and
Chris Calkins in the semi-final.
Sharks of the Strip is the newest 1/8-mile outlaw heads-up racing experience for only the baddest
and fastest street cars in the St Louis region. At each Midnight Madness fueled by NOS Energy
Drink, the top full-bodied racers will battle it out for cash, glory and the title "King of the
Sharks." Any engine combination is allowed. Any transmission allowed. Any transmission controller
allowed. Any transmission valve body allowed. Any power adder or combination of power adders
allowed. Any tire type and size allowed (slicks or radials only).
Any suspension allowed. Any exhaust allowed. Any fuel types allowed. Any carb or fuel injection
system allowed. No minimum weight. Tube chassis is permitted (must have steel or OEM roof and
quarterpanels). Pro tree. 1/8-mile race. No times displayed on the clocks. Water burnouts only. For
more information on participating in the Sharks of the Strip program, please contact series
coordinator Aaron Isom at (901) 605-4021.
For more information on Gateway Motorsports Park, please call (618) 215-8888 or visit www.gatewaymsp.com. Follow GMP on Facebook,
Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram. Join the conversation at @GatewayMSP and #Bommarito500.
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