MILLINGTON< Tenn. --
In VP Racing Fuels Xtreme Pro Mod, where the cars tend to be unruly and unpredictable, Don Walsh Jr. wheeled his Corvette to a 3.70 to set the pace, and later motored to a final-round fight against John Stanley and his Cadillac CTS-V. Walsh's Corvette made a move toward the center line and he brought it back, but Stanley sailed to a 3.79 to take the win over Walsh's close 3.81. The feat marked Stanley's first win in the highly competitive category.
Rob Goss ran to a 4.30 in his Challenger to lead qualifying in NMCA Mickey Thompson Street Outlaw, but it was Shawn Pevlor and Mike Cerminaro who made it to the final. Pevlor picked up the win in his Mustang, which belongs to Tony Bischoff, with a 4.40 while Cerminaro wasn't able to complete his pass.
The nitrous purges were plentiful in ARP Nitrous Pro Street, and Don Baskin celebrated early by cruising to a 4.56 in his Camaro to lead qualifying. In the final round, however, his car pushed through the beam, and Tricia Musi motored to a 5.39 and the win in Mike Bankston's Camaro, as her Firebird was down.
Joel Greathouse grabbed a 4.66 in his Mustang to lead qualifying in the ever-electrifying Edelbrock Xtreme Street. He was focused through the final, where he flew to a 4.69 to take out Tim Knieriem, who ran 4.75 in his Mustang.
In Chevrolet Performance Stock presented by Scoggin-Dickey Parts Center, Haley Burkhammer hightailed it to a 10.16 in her Camaro to set the pace. She made it all the way to the final, where she rolled up alongside reigning class champion Jesse Wilson and his Camaro. All eyes were on them as they raced toward the finish line, and Wilson earned the win with a perfect .000 reaction time and a 10.23 over Burkhammer, who was not quite as quick on the tree, but was quicker on the top end with a 10.19.
Rick Rodgers ran to an 8.72 on a 10.10 index in his Mustang Cobra Jet to lead qualifying in Coan Engineering Stock/Super Stock Combo, but it was Scott Libersher who lapped up the win with a 9.17 on a 9.18 in his COPO Camaro over Dennis Breeden, who also broke out with a 9.43 on a 9.44 in his Challenger.
In Quick Fuel Technology Nostalgia Super Stock, TD Holland hooked a 10.00 on a 10.00 in his AMX to lead qualifying, but reigning category champion Kevin Gass gunned to a 9.73 on a 9.75 in his Chevelle to win over Doug Poskevich, who also broke out with an 11.93 on a 12.00 in his Fairlane.
Charlie Atkinson recorded a perfect reaction time in his Mustang to lead qualifying in MagnaFuel Open Comp, but the final round featured Cameron Bowles and his grandfather Don Bowles' Maverick, and Susan Roush McClenaghan and her Mustang. It was Bowles' second trip to the Aerospace Components Winner's Circle this year with a breakout time of 9.23 on a 9.26 after Roush McClenaghan turned on the red.
The ATI Performance Products Muscle Car Madness presented by Deuce Machining made its debut at this event, and it put the spotlight on the top ten qualifiers in Detroit Truetrac Nostalgia Muscle Car, Quick Fuel Technology Nostalgia Super Stock and Coan Engineering Stock/Super Stock, plus two wild cards, in a 32-car shootout. When it was all said and done, Andy Warren won with a 10.28 on a 10.25 in his Caprice over Bruce Lang, who broke out with a 9.71 on a 9.75 in his Barracuda. Remarkably, it was Warren's second win of the weekend, as he also earned a trip to the Aerospace Components Winner's Circle in Detroit Truetrac Nostalgia Muscle Car.
Street/strip cars had the stage in Gear Vendors True Street, with Troy Eaton standing out as the overall winner with an 8.57 average in a Mustang and Randy Thomas standing out as the runner-up with a 9.29 average in a Mustang. Grady Alley ran to the 10-second win in a Sierra and Beth McCool ran to the 11-second win in a Corvette. Nathan Porter rounded things out with the 12-second win in a Nova.
Because of rain on Saturday, two separate bracket races that were to take place on Saturday and Sunday were combined for a single race on Sunday. In Bracket, 1, Cody Graham ran right on his 6.70 dial to defeat Mark Enochs, who was 5.46 on a 5.45, and in Bracket 2, David Bell ran right on his 5.82 dial to defeat Greg Rushing, who broke out with a 6.97 on a 6.98.
Next up on this year's NMCA tour is the highly anticipated 14th Annual Nitto Tire NMRA/NMCA Super Bowl of Street-Legal Drag Racing, July 25-28 at Route 66 Raceway in Illinois, where NMCA drivers will mix it up with NMRA drivers. For more information and Advance Ticket Sales, visit www.NMCAdigital.com/IL.
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