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NHRA's "Stat Guy" Lewis Bloom will be on hand to film a local track segment, plus our annual Girls Go Racing Charity event & regular E.T. Series • Event Results
Due to popular demand, we are adding the Pro-Stick Palooza Special to our regularly scheduled Open Test & Tune event. No points, plus Gambler's race • Event Results
The Super Pro Showdown event will highlight the weekend of racing. Top Payout of $1,000 to win is on the line. No increase in entry. • Event Results
The Pro Showdown event will highlight the Independence Day Weekend of racing. Top Payout of $600 to win is on the line. No increase in entry. • Event Results
The Pro MX division will be our second Showdown event of the 2014 season. Top Payout of $600 to win is on the line. Open to all Motorcycles and Sleds. No increase in entry. • Event Results
The Street class racers will again have another opportunity to score some serious cash with the Affordable Carpet Street Shootout. Top Payout of $1,000 to win Open to all street legal cars & trucks. Event Results
The Street Money class will be our first Showdown event of the new season. Top Payouts of $300 to win and $150 to runner-up is on the line. Open to all street legal cars & trucks. Event Results

Summit E.T. Racing Series - September 2

Mike LaRose ESTA 2012 King of the Track

LaRose Claims 2012 King of the Track and Super Pro Wins

September 2 - Sunday's Summit Racing E.T. Racing Series event included the 2012 edition of NHRA King of the Track which pitted current class points leaders against each other for the ESTA 2012 King of the Track Crown. Division leaders included: Scott Popple - Super Pro; Mike LaRose - Pro; Ryan Orizino - Pro MX & Bike/Sled Trophy; Steve English - Street Money; Fausto Rioscolon - Modified and Ted Lewis - Street Trophy.

King of the Track
In the annual NHRA King of the Track event it was Mike LaRose taking the win over Scott Popple in their final round duel. Mike got the final started with a .526 reaction time and powered to a 10.332 at 124.88 mph run on his 10.30 dial-in. Scott rocketed to an .008-over 7.898 at 168.56 mph, but his uncharacteristic .645 reaction sealed his fate and settled for the runner-up finish. Fausto Rioscolon and Ted Lewis were the semifinalist.

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Summit E.T. Racing Series - August 26

Andrea Bisson

August 26 - Sunday's Summit Racing E.T. Racing Series event included the 2012 edition of Girls Gone Racing to benefit D.R.A.W. which saw Andrea Bisson defeat Kim Piston in their final round match. Other racing highlights included Matt Bunal making it two-in-a-row Street Money wins just in time before his return to college. Here's the shakedown of the racing action on Sunday.

Girls Gone Racing
While Kim Piston drove well all day and ran a decent pass in the final, it was all over at the start as Andrea Bisson's .538 to .679 reaction time advantage was simply too much for Kim to hold off. Andrea drove her '70 Pontiac Tempest to an off-the-throttle 11.662 at 102.98 mph (11.50 dial) once she drove around Kim's 17.173 run on her 17.10 dial. Rebecca Shaw was the lone semifinalist. We wish to thank all the lady competitors and Jane Bersani for helping make this annual event the success that it has become.

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Summit E.T. Racing Series - August 19

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August 19 - Sunday's event included the rescheduled Super Pro Showdown and the ever-popular, Adam's 10.50 Index race. In both instances it was Bob Belvick finishing at the top of both events for a very profitable day at the strip. Here's a brief recap of the day's winner until Pete's recap gets posted

Super Pro Showdown

In the Super Pro Showdown once again it was Bob Belvick taking the win in the money round and collecting another $1,000 for his efforts. Bob who was in his Chevy powered dragster faced off against James Smith Jr. in his Chevy powered dragster. James had a decent .525 light, but Bob laid a .5009 on him and won with a 7.845 at 171.18 mph run on his 7.82 dial while James ran under his 7.66 dial with a 7.648 at 175.21 mph to take the well deserved runner up spot. Tana Caprara and Mark Talmdage were the semifinalists.

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