THROUGHOUT HIS TUNING CAREER, JIMMY PROCK HAS NEVER BEEN BASHFUL ABOUT CHALLENGING THE LAWS OF PHYSICS, ESPECIALLY NEWTON’S LAWS OF MOTION. This has been especially true throughout the past few months. Jaw-dropping numbers appearing on scoreboards have rocked the sport. At Sonoma, The Auto
Club of SoCal “Rocket Guidance Officer” Robert Hight blasted to the fastest speed ever recorded, 339.87. The T/F record is a paltry 333.66. Hight has set Event Top Speed at least 10 times this season. Then at Brainard, Prock struck again, propelling Hight to 3.79 ET, F/C’s first sub-3.80 pass. What are the limits to how fast and quick Prock is able to propel the Auto Club of SoCal F/C? Perhaps Prock and Hight are responsible for the spate of hurricanes this year.
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