CAR E1 - SUNDAY
The first pair out for
the one day 16 car show was Geoff Monise and Tim Boychuck.
Neither driver shined
on the tree but Boychuck has a slight jump.
Monise took the win with a 5.706
at 253.09. Boychuck kept him honest carding a 5.847 at 234.94.
Pair two pitted #15 Kamaka
Pocock and #2 Billy Morris.
Pocock got a big jump
leaving Morris to play catch-up.
Morris did catch up and win with
a 5.634 at 249.21. Pocock went home carding a 5.871 at 247.29.
Pair three was #16 Gary Densham
and #1 Drew Austin and it was over at the hit. Densham went nowhere,
Austin cut an .062 light
and scooted on to the stripe with a 5.648 at 253.37.
Next out was Bobby Cottrell
and John Weaver. #3 vs #14.
Weaver was a day late
(.211) and all he saw was Cottrell's chute packs.
Cottrell moved on with a solid
5.632 at 244.16. Weaver called it quits with a 6.310 at 163.14.
Rian Konno was paired with Jerry
Espeseth and it was over early. The Atlas car went up in smoke,
end of deal.
Konno carded a winning
5.754 at 247.11.
The next pair pitted Dan Horan
Jr. and Matt Melendez. Both were dead asleep on the lights but
it was Melendez who got the jump.
Horan went around to
win with a 5.677 at 261.12.
Next out it was two northwest
drivers; Kris Krabill and Justin Taylor.
Krabill left first and
never looked back.
Krabill took the win
with a 5.811 at 237.55
The final pair of E1 was Cory
Lee and Mike Peck who lost his chute on the burnout. That is
a suck way to lose. Lee had the single.
Lee moved to round two
with a 5.687 at 262.28. No loafing on this bye.
FUEL E1 - SUNDAY
Leading off top fuel
was Brendan Murry and Bret Williamson.
Williamson's RT was not
good but Murry's .469 was really forgettable.
Williamson ran his only run out
of the 5's but it was good enough for the win. His 6.047 at 210.37
was more than enough for Murry's 8.194.
Up next was #7 Tyler
Hester and #2 Pete Wittenberg.
It was Hester with a huge holeshot.
Wittenberg was late (.234) and had a whole lot of catching up
Hester made his best pass of
the weekend, a 5,918 at an engine wounding 204.39. Wittenberg
gave it all he had but his 5.869 at 243.11 fell short by a half
Pair three pitted Jim
Murphy and Bryan Hall.
Hall was away first.
From half track on it was all
Murphy who took the win with a 5.970 at 215.44. Hall clicked
it a bit early to a 6.622 at 206.54.
The final pair was Adam
Sorokin and Tyler Hilton.
Sorokin is one of the best leavers
in the business but not this day. His .249 RT made Hilton's .160
Hilton never saw the
red car and took a sub-par 6.071 at 185.64 win and moved on.
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