Courtesy of Goddguys racing
Sonoma, CA – The Goodguys Racing “Pure Hell2” ’69 Camaro Pro Mod will be on familiar turf this weekend as Goodguys President Marc Meadors looks to win his first event of the 2011 season on his home track at Infineon Raceway. A field of close to 20 West Coast Outlaw Pro Mods is expected at the Sonoma track this weekend during the NHRA Division 7 points meet presented by Korbel.
It will be the deepest, most talented field of Pro Mods assembled so far this year out West and hope springs eternal in the Goodguys Racing camp following a sparkling test session here over Memorial Day weekend.
It was during that test session that Meadors logged the best run of his career, ripping off a 5.83 @ 247mph. His was the first “door car” to ever record a sub-six second run at the vaunted track. The team will need to repeat that performance and more this weekend if they’re to hoist the winner’s trophy Sunday afternoon.
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Hebron OH – There will be a total of four JEGS Mail Order entries in competition this weekend at the NHRA Lucas Oil Division 3 event at National Trail Raceway. John Coughlin will race in Top Dragster while his brother Mike plans to compete in Top Sportsman and nephew Troy Jr. will be racing in Super Comp. In addition, third-generation Makenna Brown will be racing her Jr. Dragster at the event.
With two wins in the first four events of the season, Mike Coughlin is the current points leader in the Top Sportsman class. Mike is seeking to win his third championship in the last five years.
Although he has competed in just three Lucas Oil Series events this season, T.J. Coughlin is currently ranked 14th in the Division 3 Super Comp standings. Last season, T.J. was NHRA’s eighth-ranked Super Comp driver nationally.
Northeast Outlaw Pro Mods Courtesy of NEOPMA
Photo by Mark @ Godragracing
Mohnton, PA – Having the inclusion of the Northeast Outlaw Pro Mod Association a part of this amazing weekend of racing with the Super Chevy Show was more or less the icing on the cake to this event of worldwide status from publications to the internet.
Bringing over 20 cars to the race in both nitrous assisted and Blown/Turbocharged is what most would consider being “The Show” mixed in with the most popular “Jet Cars and Wheel Standers” that are the common attraction. Now spectators and fans had the opportunity to see the real 1320 warriors of the sport taking on each other in a two classes, “Nitrous” alone and “Blown vs. Turbo”.
The Northeast Outlaw Pro Mods bring so much to the quarter mile of Maple Grove Raceway, this was a show inside a show with more horsepower than you could possibly handle. Fans jammed the stands with earplugs; children gazed at the huge burnouts asking parents questions with anticipated gazes awaiting what will happen next in this great family adventure into the senses of sound, smells and memories of Quarter Mile Drag Racing.
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Sonoma, CA – This upcoming weekend will host what is shaping up to be the largest, quickest and fastest West Coast Outlaw Pro Mod Association event ever in the 4 years the association has been running. We are very pleased to be headlining the NHRA Division 7 event at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California and a lot of racers are looking forward to racing at this event.
The interest from racers has been overwhelming since releasing our 2011 event schedule earlier this year. This is the event that everyone has been buzzing about and it’s finally here. All the heavy hitters are pre-registered and the best of the best on the west coast will be on hand this weekend which will include the following.
SUPERCHARGED: Rod Burbage, Rob Cacioppo, Marc Meadors, Dan Myers, Mike Leonard, Bret Williamson, Dan Nickelson, Jay Diedrich, Mike Maggio, Sean Renteria, Lee Smith and Monty Berney.
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PMRA team wins Pro Modified Invitational during national drag race event at the Grand Bend Motorplex
The Pro Modified Racing Association regular competed with several other teams in the event’s Pro Modified Invitational, and the Tonawanda, New York driver won an IHRA Iron Man for his efforts, his second such title in 16 years.
“This has been a great win for us,” said Grainy after the win. “We are very happy to win, and we were proud to be a part of the PMRA at this race.
A veteran Pro Modified team, driver Jack and crew chief Sonny have competed for many years, and was one of the initial teams when the PMRA began in 2004.
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Jeffers Pro Cars Pro Extreme No. 1 Qualifier Program ($1,000 to the No. 1 qualifier in Pro Extreme) – Joey Martin, Pro Extreme ’55 Chevrolet Nomad, 3.664 seconds, 205.17 mph.
RJ Race Cars Pro Nitrous No. 1 Qualifier Program ($1,000 to the No. 1 qualifier in Pro Nitrous) – Mahana Al-Naemi, Al-Anabi Racing RJ Race Cars ’69 Camaro, 3.832 seconds, 197.11 mph (both are track records).
Mickey Thompson Extreme 10.5 No. 1 Qualifier Program ($500 to the No. 1 qualifier in Extreme 10.5) – Frankie Taylor, Jeffers Pro Cars ’05 Corvette, 3.889 seconds, 199.41 mph (both are track records).
Jon Kaase Racing Engines Extreme Pro Stock Kaase Tuning Challenge Program ($500 to the crew chief and team who has the lowest combined E.T. of all four qualifying sessions in Extreme Pro Stock) – Elijah Morton, Morton Brothers Motorsports ’07 Ford.
Tim McAmis Performance Parts Top Sportsman No. 1 Qualifier Program ($500 to the No. 1 qualifier in Top Sportsman) – Mark Malcuit, ’69 Camaro, 4.173 seconds, 171.72 mph.
Tim McAmis Performance Parts Best Engineered Car Award – Kenny Doak, ’70 Chevy Extreme 10.5 entry, Pipersville, Pa.
Steve Dekkenga SD Enterprises Best Appearing Car Award – Dan Meyers, ’68 Camaro Pro Extreme entry, Ramona, Ca.