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Jack Vault Wins Super Pro Showdown

Today we held the Bill Lake Modular Homes Super Pro Showdown along with another Summit E.T. Points series race. Here is how the racing action went.

In the Super Pro final round it was two of the class’s younger drivers going for the special trophy as well as the guaranteed $1000 payday. Former Jr. Dragster ace Jack Vault in his ’85 Mustang squared off against Heather Scheirer in her Chevy powered dragster. At the green Jack shot off with a .514 reaction time and never looked back taking his first Super Pro win with an 8.991 at 151.44 mph run on his 8.79 dial in. Heather had a .522 light but lost traction early and shut off to a 10.31 at 127.50 mph run on her 8.16 dial. Jim Wahl was the semifinalist.

In Pro, Steve Doss returned to the winner’s circle today driving his ’85 Monte Carlo around Myles Higby who was in his ’69 Dodge. Steve held the r.t. advantage .534 to .587 and ran 9.896 at 123.30 mph run on his 9.83 dial for the win while Myles ran 11.435 at 114.99 mph run on his 11.40 dial in for the runner up spot. Steve Marshall was the semifinalist.

Theodore Lewis won the Street Money cash today on a single run after his opponent Mark Dobie broke on his semifinal round win. Theodore ran it through to a .527 initiated 12.254 at 110.35 mph run on his 12.26 dial in. Terry Lee and Jordan Reader were the semifinalists.

The Pro MX final had to be called off due to rain and will be completed next week. Cory Bingel will be in the final against recent Pro Sled Shootout Champ Heath Smith, trying to score the first win for the bike racers this season. No pressure Cory.

Charles White showed up today in his recently re purchased ’74 AMC hornet and took the Modified win by defeating Darin Buchanan who was driving his ’67 Plymouth. Charles had a great .504 light and ran right on his 10.47 dial with a 10.476 at 126.86 mph. Darin bulbed with a .493 and wasted his 9.415 at 141.61 mph run on his 9.40 dial in. Myles Higby and Jay Dana were the semifinalists.

John Isgar drove his sharp looking ’36 Ford Street Rod to his first ever win, grabbing the Street Trophy title while stopping the always tough Carl Scarano who red lighted in his ’07 Chevy. John had a safe .765 r.t. and ran right on his 15.36 dial in with a 15.366 at 81.68 mph. Carl ran 13.289 at 100.61 mph on his 13.26 dial. Liz West was the semifinalist.

Bike / Sled trophy action was won by Shawn Fetter on his ’94 Ski-doo. Shawn had a .621 light and ran 10.332 at 121.35 mph run on his 10.30 dial. Daniel Dunn had to settle for the runner up spot with an 11.167 at 121.92 mph run on his Bike. Matt Luke and Kevin Wuest were the semifinalists

The Jr. Dragster turnout was light this weekend due to the fact that 14 of them went to compete at the Division 1 Jr. Dragster race. Kim Klein singled to the “A” class win with a 7.942 at 81.68 mph run on her 7.92 dial. In the “B” class it was Dylan Peckham taking the win, defeating Harley Hancock. Dylan had a .567 to .708 r.t. advantage and won with a 9.006 at 69.77 mph run on an 8.96 dial in. Harley ran under her 8.94 dial with an 8.888 at 72.01 mph. Kiersten Hancock was the semifinalist.

That will do it for this week. See you next week for the Seaboard Graphics Quick 8 race. We had a taste of this race today as Bob Frigon made a 3.95 second 1/8 mile blast down the track.

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