Category: Racing

Sep 28 2021

Bremerton Finale

The final two races were supposed to be at Woodburn Dragstrip, but they moved the Fall Classic one week due to weather. So, the decision was made to move our races to Bremerton Raceway. 

Designs Unlimited was the race sponsor. Allen Macham, David Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jeff Jackson, Jess Dale, Justin Sibley, Michelle Lewis, Todd Sims, Tony Hopkins, and Tim Sipe entered the race.

After two sessions of qualifying, Todd Sims was number one with a 6.902

First round started with Schmid using a .012 light to beat Jackson. Then Hopkins had a better light than Lewis but went down and broke out by .001. In a double break out race, Sibley was closer than Sipe to the 6.90 and took the win. Wakefield showed us how to do it with a great 6.900 run to beat Dale. Macham got closer to the championship by beating a slowing Boley. Sims got the bye

Round two got under way. Schmid was the winner when Wakefield went red. Then Sims got the nod when Lewis was late on the tree. Sibley put Macham on the trailer with a .010 light and a 6.917 run.

In the semifinal round, Schmid had the bye. Sims got to the final when Sibley had problems with his car.

Sims and Schmid came around for the final. Sims had a .009 light but was late. Schmid went .000 on the tree, but then he went down and broke out to give the win to Sims.

Sunday’s race started with five braving the weather. Got the qualifying down. And then it started to mist. Finally, the race was called and to the points ended with Todd Sims the 2021 champion and Allen Macham in second place

No word on the awards banquet. We will see what January brings. No idea yet about 2022 dates. Will keep you informed via Facebook.

Jul 12 2021

A Bremerton Fourth

Independence Day. A time to reflect on what makes this country great. A time to remember the sacrifice people made in 1776 to secure our freedom.

Bremerton Raceway action on Saturday.

Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jeff Jackson, Jess Dale, Lloyd Flatum, Mark Lofts, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, and Dustin Martin.

Two qualifying sessions. Mark Loftis was #1 at 6.903. Snap On Tools sponsored the #1 award and Kaufman Racing was the event sponsor.

Round one started with Todd taking out Dennis. The David W got the win when Becky broke out. Dustin used a better light to defeat Jeff. Patrick nailed Jess at the tree for the win. Jay won when David M had a very worse light. Michelle put the hex on Allen, and he broke out for the loss. Bill was the winner when Lloyd was a no show. Mark had the single.

Round two started with Jay going .004 to defeat David W. Patrick got the win light when Mark went red. Todd was the winner when Michelle broke out by more. Then Dustin went 6.907 to force Bill to break out.

In the semi-final round, Dustin forced Jay to break out and Todd moved to the final over Patrick, who also broke out.

Todd proved his ability by going .008 to defeat Dustin. Congratulations to Todd Sims. Big Thank You to Kaufman Racing and Snap-On Tools.

David M had the bye. Then Jay took out Bill with a better light. Matt forced Jeff to break out. Allen beat Patrick. Jess judged the finish line better than Ron and got the win. Justin had a much better light to beat Darrick and his 6.901. Becky got the nod when Mark L went way too quick. Brad got the win due to a red light by Dennis. Michelle Lewis overcame a late start and won against Jason (not entered). Don in a borrowed car beat Todd. Gary had a better light and won against Bill.

Sunday and we start all over again.

Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jeff Jackson, Jess Dale, Wade Archer, Mark Lofts, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, and Dustin Martin.

After one qualifying session, Allen was on top with a 6.905. Hemley’s Septic Installation was the event sponsor and Snap-On Tools sponsored the #1 prize.

Wade went .006 and defeated Patrick. Jay went 6.912 to beat Jess. Jeff won against David W. David M was the winner when Dennis went 6.899. Todd won when Becky broke out. Michelle got the win light because Bill turned on the red light. Allen got the bye. Dustin got the win when Mark L went red.

Jay then took out Todd with a better light. Jeff went 6.900 for force Allen to break out. Dustin forced David M to break out. Then Michelle moved on when Wade went red.

Round three started with Jeff going .004 against Dustin and Jeff got the win. Jay went 6.893 against Michelle, but Michelle went 6.890 to give the win to Jay.

In the final. Jay against Jeff. Both drivers went 6.887, but Jeff left .002 to quick and gave the win to Jay.

Jay Schmid, your winner. Thanks to Hemley’s Septic Installation and Snap-On Tools.

Our next race is September 18 and 19 at Woodburn Dragstrip. Be there or be square. 

Jun 22 2021

Hot Time in Bremerton

Hello racers and race fans. 

A moment of reflection for the racing community lost a great racer, friend, dad, and all-around good guy with the passing of Kyle Seipel.

Let’s go racing! Bremerton Raceway action on Saturday.

Twenty-one racers for the National Open, but only twenty signed up for the Super Street Association race. Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, Brad Craig, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Gary Ericksen, Jay Schmid, Jeff Jackson, Jess Dale, Justin Sibley, Mark Lofts, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, Ron Schiel, Darrick Ellam, Matt Danielson, Don Sefton, and Bill Kubeck.

Two qualifying sessions. After the dust settled, David Monsaas was #1 at 6.901. Snap On Tools sponsored the #1 award and Loftis Racing was the event sponsor.

David M had the bye. Then Jay took out Bill with a better light. Matt forced Jeff to break out. Allen beat Patrick. Jess judged the finish line better than Ron and got the win. Justin had a much better light to beat Darrick and his 6.901. Becky got the nod when Mark L went way too quick. Brad got the win due to a red light by Dennis. Michelle Lewis overcame a late start and won against Jason (not entered). Don in a borrowed car beat Todd. Gary had a better light and won against Bill.

Then came round two. Allen moved ahead with a 6.901 against Matt. David M was the winner over Justin. Becky defeated Don. Jess then forced Brad to break out. Gary went 6.903 to force Jay to break out. Michelle had the bye

Round three was a little different because the ladder in the timing system was not set up correctly. Should have been three pairs, but we had two pairs and two singles. The ladder has been corrected. David M used a .009 light to force a double break out with Allen. Allen lost. Then Jess was the winner when Michelle broke out. Gary and Becky both had singles.

Four cars left. David M was a little late, but Becky was a little quick and gave the win to David. Then Jess used a holeshot to defeat Gary.

In the final, Jess was the winner when David M went red.

Congratulations to Jess Dale and thanks to Snap On Tools and Loftis Racing.

Sunday came and so did the cars. Over 300 entries in all the classes. Twenty in SST, but only nineteen in the association race. Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, Brad Craig, David Monsaas, David Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Gary Ericksen, Jay Schmid, Jeff Jackson, Jess Dale, Justin Sibley, Mark Lofts, Michelle Lewis, Todd Sims, Ron Schiel, Darrick Ellam, Matt Danielson, and Don Sefton.

Only one qualifying session. Mark Loftis went 6.904 to take the #1 spot. Snap On Tools sponsored the #1 award and Roberts Floor Covering was the event sponsor.

Jay came out with a stellar .001 light, but Matt went 6.907 to defeat Jay’s break out. David M then used a better light to defeat Michelle. Allen forced Jeff to break out. Brad was the winner when Ron was slightly late. Becky got the win light because Mark L went -.002 red. Then Gary and Don squared off. Both went red, but Gary was -.004 to Don’s -.005. Darrick won the round against Bill who left way to early. Justin used a holeshot to defeat Todd. Jess moved ahead because David W was a no show. Then Bill Kubeck (not entered) got the win due to Dennis being a no show.

Round two action started with Darrick taking out Bill via a holeshot. Becky then went 6.904 to put Matt on the trailer. David M knocked out Brad. Allen got the nod when Justin went red. Jess then forced Gary to break out.

In round three, David M had a much better light than Jess, but broke out to give the win to Jess. Allen then went .001 to win over Darrick, who red lit. Becky had the bye.

Jess had the bye in round four. Becky went 6.889 to defeat Allen who went 6.888.

In the final, for the Wally. Jess was late, but Becky had some problems and Jess Dale was your winner.

Congratulations to Jess Dale. Thanks to Snap On Tools and Roberts Floor Covering.our next race is July 3 and 4 at Bremerton Raceway. Be there or be square. 

Jun 02 2021

Renegade Racing

Memorial Day weekend. Time to reflect on the sacrifices the men and women of the military made for our freedom. This weekend is to honor the sailors, solders, marines, and airmen who gave the ultimate sacrifice – their lives. United States of America – Land of the Free because of the Few.

Renegade Raceway. Over the mountain to the Yakima Valley area. Allen Macham, Becky Brown, David Wakefield, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Gary Ericksen, Jess Dale, Justin Sibley, Michelle Lewis, Todd Sims, Jeff Jackson, and Rob Curtiss were there. 

Qualifying started, Todd Sims went 6.900 to take the Number One Spot. Snap On Tools sponsored the #1 award and the Dalrymple Family was the event sponsor.

Round one started around 7:00. Gary got the win over Dennis who forgot how to drive. Allen went green, Justin went red and gave Allen the win. Jeff took out David W with a better light. Rob won when David M went too quick. Becky went 6.902 to force Jess to break out. Then Todd won when Michelle missed the finish line and broke out.

In round two, we find Rob and Allen matched up. Now secretly Todd was rooting for Rob to take out points leader Allen. It must have worked because Rob went 6.904 for the win. The all Todd had to do was take out Becky. Which he did with a 6.909. Then Jeff took out Gary via a hole shot.

We moved to round three. It was dark and chilly. Rob then beat Jeff with a better light and not breaking out. Todd had the bye into the final.

We got the finalists back ASAP and Todd and Rob staged up. Todd went .007 – 6.947 to force Rob to break out.

Congratulations to Todd Sims and thanks the Dalrymple Family for the extra payout.

Sunday, we started an hour earlier and only had one qualifying pass. Rob Curtis made it pay off with a 6.900 run. We had the same twelve racers. Allen Macham, Becky Brown, David Wakefield, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Gary Ericksen, Jess Dale, Justin Sibley, Michelle Lewis, Todd Sims, Jeff Jackson, and Rob Curtiss. FBN Racing was the event sponsor.

Round one started much earlier than Saturday. David W got the win when Rob went red. Then Jeff and Michelle staged up. Michelle rolled through the beams, giving the win to Jeff. Then Todd used a .000 light to defeat Jess. Justin won when Dennis could not make the call. Gary went 6.904 and Becky went red. Allen got the win when David M could make the call.

We got to round two and Allen used a .009 light to force David W to break out. Justin went .016 – 6.890 to beat Gary who went .027 – 6.888. The Todd went .000 for the second time in row to force Jeff to break out.

Time to run the semi-final round. Justin used a better light to defeat Todd and Allen had the bye to the final.

Justin and Allen – final round time. Justin judged the finish line better and took the win over Allen.

Way to go Justin Sibley.

The next race is June 19 and 20 at Bremerton Raceway. It is a National Open so the gate fee will be $100 per day. Plus, the association fee. There will be a potluck at the event.

May 21 2021

Weekend at Bremerton

Ok racers let’s go to Bremerton Raceway.

Ok turnout, twelve racers signed up. Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jess Dale, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, Brad Craig, and Mark Loftis.

We got two attempts at qualifying, and Miss Becky Brown slapped a 6.900 on the board for the #1 spot. Thanks to Snap-On Tools for the prizes and thanks to Bremerton Raceway for the race sponsorship.

Let’s go racing. Brad started with a .003 to defeat Todd. Then Allen moved to round two against Patrick. Jay got the win when Bill went red. Michelle was a winner against a slowing David M. Jess got the nod because Dennis was working and could make the call. Becky moved on due to Mark having a broke truck.

Round two started with Allen and .009 light to wreak havoc on Brad. Then Michelle got the win light when Jay broke out. Becky forced Jess to break out more for the win.

Allen then used a better light to force Michelle to a bigger break out – 6.898 to 6.896. Becky had the bye.

Final round time. Allen brought his A game. .005 – 6.919 to defeat Becky’s quicker 6.908. Big shout out to winner Allen, thanks to Snap-On and Bremerton Raceway for the extra stuff.

Sunday morning broke bright and clear. Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, David Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jess Dale, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, and Brad Craig paid to race.

Sunday we only got one qualifying pass. Allen whipped out a 6.904 to get the award from Snap-On Tools.

The call went out for round one. Dennis and Jess paired up. Dennis got the win. Then Brad and David W matched up. Brad won when David W was late at the tree. Todd defeated Bill. Jay had a slightly better light and beat Michelle. Then Becky went .000 against Patrick. Patrick went red and lost. Allen started his march to a double up with the bye.

In round two, Allen moved forward against a breakout by Todd. Jay got win when Dennis went red. Becky and Brad had the same exact light, but Becky went 6.900 for the win.

Allen then used a slightly better light for the holeshot win over Becky. Jay had the bye.

Final round time. Could Allen pull off a double weekend. Jay had a better .003 light, but Allen played the finish line better to get the second win in the second day. Congratulations to Allen Macham and thanks to Snap-On Tools and Bremerton Raceway for the sponsorship.

The next race is May 29 and 30 at Renegade Raceway in Yakima. There will NOT be a potluck at the event.

May 04 2021

Spring Weekend at Pacific

Race three. Pacific Raceways. Ok weather, but there is not a 5pm curfew on Saturday.

Good turnout, fourteen racers signed up. Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jess Dale, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, Gary Ericksen, Justin Sibley, Lloyd Flatum, Shane Emil, and Eric Berge.

We got two attempts at qualifying, and Allen Macham went 10.910 before Shane Emil for the #1 spot. Thanks to Snap-On Tools for the prizes and thanks to FBN Racing for the race sponsorship.

Let’s go racing. Gary used a better light for force Shane to break out more. Todd got the win when Bill went to quick. Dave won over Lloyd in a double break out race. Becky went .001 to force Patrick to break out. Allen had the bye. Justin got the win when Jay went red. Jess got the nod because Eric was a no show.

Round two started with Todd and Justin. Justin had a better light, but Todd went closer to the index in the double break out race. Becky won when Dave was uncharacteristic late at the tree. Jess then beat Allen and Gary had the bye run.

In the semi final round, Gary got the win because Todd went red, Jess had a better light and forced Becky to break out.

Finally, the final round. Jess and Gary. Jess was green, Gary was not. Jess Dale the winner. Congratulation to Jess Dale.

Sunday was a much better day weather wise, but we had that nasty 5pm curfew.

Allen Macham, Becky Brown, Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jess Dale, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, Gary Ericksen, Justin Sibley, Lloyd Flatum, Shane Emil, and Scott Imbler.

Only one qualifying pass today. Gary Ericksen got the #1 spot and the prize from Snap On Tools. Archer Construction was the event sponsor.

Time to race. Todd got the win because Lloyd broke out. Shane used a .003 to defeat Bill. Justin got the nod due to Patrick going red. Jess won due to Jay going 10.892. Scott won because Becky could not get the car to start in the lanes. Allen defeated Dave with a holeshot, and Gary had the bye.

Round two started with Shane getting the win over Scott in a ‘who wants the stripe’ affair. Jess moved on when Gary went red. Todd used a .006 to defeat Justin. And Allen had the bye.

Then in the semi final round, Todd beat Jess in a double break out race. Allen used a .004 light to defeat Shane.

Todd then went on to force Allen to break out in the final round. Congratulations to Todd Sims. Thanks to Snap On Tools and Archer Construction.

The next race is May 15 and 16 at Bremerton Raceway. There will be a potluck at the event.

Apr 21 2021

Season Opener at Pacific

Let’s go racing. Starting the year out at Pacific Raceways. Great weather, but there is a 5pm curfew on Saturday.

So, we had twelve racers pay into the pot. Allen Macham, Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jess Dale, Luke Cavar, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, Becky Brown, Tony Hopkins, and David Monsaas.

One qualifying pass and Miss Becky Brown got the Number One spot. Roberts Floor Covering was the event sponsor and Snap-On Tools the #1 sponsor.

Round one to the lanes. Todd got the win when David M went red by .005. David W used a .009 to defeat Michelle. Once again, the Carrell’s managed to race themselves first round. Bill was the winner this time around using a better light to force Patrick to break out. Tony had a .005 to beat Luke, Becky had the bye, and Allen got around Jess with a 10.905 run.

On the round two.

David W beat Todd in a double break out race. Tony was the winner when Bill went red, and Miss Brown got around Allen because he broke out.

Semi final time and time is running out. David W got the win when Becky was a little late and Tony got the bye.

Then the curfew hit and so Tony and David W split the win/runner-up money.

Thanks to Roberts Floor Covering and Snap-On Tools.

After the race we gave out the 2020 awards. Allen Macham is the 2020 series champion. Way to go Allen.

Sunday started out much better. Except for the timing issue in the left lane during qualifying. We got the system fixed and had to run the qualifying session over.

Bremerton Raceway was the event sponsor.

Allen Macham, Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jess Dale, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, Becky Brown, Tony Hopkins, and David Monsaas paid their money to race. After the qualifying was over, Allen was on top with a 10.906.

Round one started with Todd taking out Tony. In the battle of the women, Michelle forced Becky to break out. David W won when Allen turned on the red eye. David M also won when Jess light the dratted red light. Then in strange, weird circumstance, the Carrell’s once again faced each other in round one. Patrick got the win this time when Bill went red.

Round two round David W with the bye. Patrick took out David M in a double break out affair. And Todd beat up on Michelle with a 10.909 run.

In the semifinal round, Todd went 10.909 again and David W went red. Patrick had the bye

Coming up on the curfew, it was time for the final. Patrick went .002, Todd went .004. Patrick went 10.888, Todd went 10.887. Patrick is the winner.

Congratulations to Patrick.

The next race is May 1 and 2 at Pacific Raceways. There will be no potluck at the event.

Jan 12 2021

2021 Season Outlook

Here it is 2021. Still the uncertainty of the future. But I am planning for a good season.

Still no word on an awards banquet. I will keep you posted. 

Congratulations to Allen Macham who won the SST Championship. 

We have 14 races this year and 10 will count for the championship.

April 17/18 – Pacific Raceways
May 15/16 – Bremerton Raceway
May 29/30 – Renegade Raceway
June 19/20 – Bremerton Raceway
July 3/4 – Bremerton Raceway
Aug 21/22 – Pacific Raceway
Sept 18/19 – Woodburn Dragstrip

So, we will start at Pacific. June 19/20 is the weekend of the Bremerton NHRA National Open and because of that the gate price is $100 and the association price is $60. If you race the association, you will be racing for two checks and the wally. Also, remember at Bremerton Raceway, paid pit spots are reserved. Please do not park in a spot that someone has paid for.

Bremerton and Renegade are 1/8-mile races.

Let’s go racing!

Sep 22 2020

Woodburn Finale

Hi. I thought I should get this done because I know racers are waiting for the wonderful things I write. Woodburn Dragstrip in September is always a challenge. Especially this year, what with all the wonderful protests and fires and masks and other stupid stuff going on.

Going into this race the top five in Super Street were – Todd Sims, Allen Macham, Michelle Lewis, Justin Sibley, and David Wakefield. Things changed.

I got to Woodburn about noon on Friday. Then shortly after I got there it rained. Was not a long rain and it helped clear out the smoke from the recent fires. In attendance were, Allen Macham, Bill Carrell, Bill Gee, Dave Wakefield, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Gary Ericksen, Jess Dale, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, and Casey Ladd. The race was sponsored by Roberts Floor Covering.

In the first qualifying session, Gary Ericksen set the bar at a 10.901. No one could come up with a better time, so Gary got the #1 qualifying award from Snap On Tools.

Let’s race. Round one started with a doozy. Sims and B Carrell both had .004 reaction times. Both broke out. Sims broke out the least and got the win. Then Gee helped Macham by giving him the win via a red light. P Carrell got the win when Ericksen went .001 red. Lewis went red against Dale. Ladd had better light and ran closer to the index to win over Mansaas. Wakefield got a break when Boley could make the call to the lanes.

Then we went to round two. Ladd had the better light than Sims by .003. Both broke out and Sims got the win. Macham moved closer to the championship by going .000 on the tree and running 10.905 to beat P Carrell. Wakefield then used a .003 light to put Dale on the trailer. Both ran 10.890.

In the semi final round, Wakefield helped Macham by taking out Sims in a double break out affair. Macham had the single into the final.

Final round time. Wakefield had the better light, but broke out, giving Macham the win.

After a quick calculation, I determined the top five – Sims, Macham, Lewis, Wakefield, and Dale. We had a hamburger protest meeting and David Monsaas got the best losing package award. Thanks again to Roberts Floor Covering and Snap On Tools for the extra stuff.

Sunday morning came and we started over. Allen Macham, Bill Carrell, Bill Gee, Dave Wakefield, David Monsaas, Dennis Boley, Gary Ericksen, Jess Dale, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, and Casey Ladd stayed. We had two qualifying sessions and Todd Sims was the best with a 10.905. This race was sponsored by Designs Unlimited.

Round one finally got started. Gee knocked Wakefield out of the championship race. Then Monsaas kept Sims from getting anymore points via a good light and a good run. P Carrell used a better light to force Macham to break out. B Carrell went red against Dale. Ericksen gave the win light back to Lewis. And Ladd got the win over Boley.

In the next round, Gee went .003 to Ladd’s red light for the win. Monsaas used a .007 to force P Carrell to break out. Dale went red against Lewis.

Monsaas got the bye in the semi final round. Lewis got the win when Gee slowed slightly.

Final round time. The sun was going down and Lewis and Monsaas paired up. The tree came on and Lewis had a .011 light and forced to Mansaas to break out.

Once again, I got my trusty calculator out and unofficially the top five are – Macham, Sims, Lewis, Dale, and Wakefield. What is going on? Lewis did not finish in seventh place this year. Ok, it is official. 2020 is a really messed up year! Ha Ha Ha Ha.

No word on the awards banquet. We will see what January brings. No idea yet about 2021 dates. Will keep you informed via Facebook.

Sep 02 2020

Pacific Summer Fun

Where do I start. The number 1- and 3-point leaders were not in attendance at Pacific Raceway for race 9 and 10 of the season. That left the door open for some of the other racers to move into the lead. So, eleven came and raced.

Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jeff Jackson, Justin Sibley, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, Luke Cavar, and John Ermish were there and made two qualifying passes. This race was sponsored by FBN Racing. After qualifying, Michelle Lewis got the Snap On prize for a 10.901 run.

Round one action! P Carrell lost to Jackson, who went 10.907. Sibley was a little late and B Carrel took the win light. Schmid broke out against Wakefield. Boley misjudged the finish line and let Sims have the win light. Cavar went 10.918 to beat Ermish. Lewis had the bye

Round two started with Jackson going 10.901 to force Lewis to break out. Then Wakefield broke out against Sims. And B Carrell used a great .003 light for force Cavar to break out.

Semi final time. Jackson moved to the final with a 10.903 to Sims breaking out. B Carrell had the bye.

In the final, Jackson went 10.900 but lost due to B Carrell having a .010 better package. Jackson gave up too much on the tree. Way to go Bill Carrell! Thanks to FBN Racing and Snap On Tools.

Sunday came bright and early. Race was sponsored by Archer Construction. Almost everyone stayed to race. Ten racers this time. The ten were Bill Carrell, Dave Wakefield, Dennis Boley, Jay Schmid, Jeff Jackson, Justin Sibley, Michelle Lewis, Patrick Carrell, Todd Sims, and Luke Cavar.

Two qualifying sessions later, Bill Carrell was number one with a 10.900.

In round one we find Lewis and Sims doing battle. Sims took the win. Then the Carrell’s had to run each other, and B Carrell forced P Carrell to break out. Wakefield had the better light and beat Sibley. Cavar and Schmid both turned on the red light, but Cavar was only -.003 and took the win. Jackson moved to round two because Boley could not make the call, due to mechanical issues.

Round two started with Jackson mowing over Wakefield. The Sims used a better light to beat Cavar. B Carrell had the bye.

Jackson had the bye into his second final of the weekend. Sims went 10.906 for better B Carrell.

The 2019 champion, Sims, in the final against Jackson. Could Jackson win one? Sims went .011, Jackson went .015 and both went 10.904. Sims the winner by .004. So, Sims moves into first place with two races left. But Macham still has two races to claim, so it is still a close one. Way to go Todd Sims. Thanks to Archer Construction and Snap On tools.

Our next event is at Woodburn Dragstrip on September 19 and 20.

Be there or be square.