WHAT A DRAG!
Dustin Jackson tripped the red light by starting a little too early. Ryan Milliken took advantage of Michael Dalton’s slow reaction at the lights to take home the Pro Mod win despite pedaling through a slower pass than Dalton, who ran a lower ET in the loss.
After the official racing was completed, Milliken accepted a big money call-out from Bobby Ducote of Street Outlaws New Orleans fame to race any diesel for more than $5,000. With a ton of cash on the line, Milliken knocked the tires off and pedaled his Cummins-powered Nova to the finish line behind Ducote’s new Mustang. But something tells us we
Despite taking the win, the Scheid rail did not fare too well in Bowling Green, with the head, turbos and complete top end blowing off the block before it crossed the finish line. Fortunately, no one was injured and the team at Scheid Diesel built and installed a new engine in the dragster the very next weekend.
Joshua Baldwin won the Best Suspension award for the custom-fabricated air suspension on his GMC Denali HD, seen here in its lowered position.
Woosley had a chance to double up, making it to the 6.7 Index final round but falling to Austin Doidge (near lane) as they both broke out. Doidge’s was the lesser foul and took the win.
The TS footrace was another new event added to the weekend of festivities. The dash for cash was a fun event for those willing to sprint down the track.
Lavon Miller (near lane) took the win in the Pro Street class Saturday when Dustin Jackson left a little too early.