Video courtesy of Team Titan
A well deserved victory to one of the hardest working teams in Xtreme 10.5 racing!
Courtesy of Stanley Weiss Racing
The third stop on the ADRL tour in 2010 was the fantastic drag strip located in Dinwiddie, VA just south of the staid old city of Richmond. This track was good to us last year for our first appearance there as an ADRL Pro Extreme racing team. It was where we shocked ourselves and everyone else around us by completely bypassing the 3.80 ET zone and running a 3.79 on the night qualifier!
The first two hits in qualifying were nothing to write home about and had left us on the non qualified list. But we redeemed ourselves a bit on the night qualifier yet again. A pedaling 3.89 along side the first Al Anabi Racing Team Camaro put us in the show where we would stay through the last qualifier on Saturday morning. Our 3.806 on Sat morning was real close to another 3.70 run for us but it was going to have to do. The bad thing about that 3.80 with a 6 run was the fact that we were only number eleven in the field of sixteen!!!!
Courtesy of BMR Fabrication
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Courtesy of Hariston Motorsports
FONTANA, CA – The Hairston Motorsports & Racing team attended the Pacific Street Car Association (PSCA) California Nationals, in Fontana this past weekend. Clint “The Milkman” Hairston qualified 3rd out of 15 Pro Street entries with a 6.20 @ 229 mph.
Going into the race, Hairston held the Low ET record of 6.23. That record was beat on day one of qualifying by John Scialpi, who was also the top qualifier with an ET of 6.091. The current mph record was 233 mph held by Giuseppe Gentile.
Clint Hairston and the Jerry Bickel built 2007 GTO dominated every round of eliminations, improving both ET and MPH on every run. Hairston was paired up with Mike Maggio in third round eliminations where he not only defeated the brand new Camaro, but set the new mph record running a 6.12 @ 238 mph. Into the final round of eliminations, Hairston beat out close friend, Scott Oksas in his Turbocharged Ford Mustang where he had the quickest and fastest pass in the history of the PSCA and again set the new ET record of 6.084 @ 240.85 mph.
Courtesy of WFO
SPEEDWAY, IN – WFO Radio with Joe Castello will broadcast this week from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in anticipation of the 94th running of the Indianapolis 500, the greatest spectacle in racing. To listen live or on-demand, go to
WFO Radio will broadcast two special editions featuring the stars of the IZOD IndyCar Series live from the media center Indianapolis Motor Speedway. On Friday at 7 p.m. ET, race fans can hear directly from the drivers competing in the Indianapolis 500 on Carb Day. Sunday’s special edition starts at 11 a.m. ET, leading up to the broadcast of the Indianapolis 500 on IMS Radio.
In addition to the shows from the Brickyard, WFO Radio will be broadcasting a live pre-race show on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. from the USAC National Sprint Car Tony Hulman Classic at the Terre Haute Action Track. The Tony Hulman Classic pre-race show will also be replayed Thursday at 7 p.m. ET.
Courtesy of the PSCA
Fontana, CA – 11 out of 12 PSCA Heads-Up Class Records were Shattered in Fontana this past weekend at the PSCA/RC Construction Services California Nationals Presented By Chris Alston’s Chassisworks!!!
In Hughes Performance Pro Street the ET Record was broken and backed up by 3 different drivers during the race weekend!! Hairston entered the weekend as the ET Record Holder (6.237) Randy Walker was the first to reset it at a 6.190, then it was John Scialpi’s turn lowering it to 6.091 by the end of qualifying on Saturday.. On Sunday it was all Hairston, as Clint set both the ET & MPH Records 6.084/238.30 in the process becoming the quickest & fastest driver in PSCA history (6.084/240.85) Photo courtesy of PSCA/NOSsports
Courtesy of Goforth Racing
Holdenville OK – Goforth Racing has had a couple busy weeks of racing, competing in both MMPSA at MIR, and going directly to the ADRL event in Virginia. The MMPSA event didn’t turn out the way we hoped, with Cary qualifying in the #5 Spot and Dean in the #7 position. “We really wanted to do well at this event to move up in the points, sometimes its just not our weekend” Goforth said.
Having already committed to running two races in the same area it made sense for us to travel straight from the MIR MMPSA event to Virginia Motorsports Park for the ADRL event. It makes for a long time away from home, but makes sense financially to stay in the area. The team wanted to have a good showing at ADRL and extend Cary’s points lead.