2015 Bandimere Speedway Results

August 15, 2015 by  
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Race and Car Show Results

RACE RESULTS

CLASS                                        WINNER                     RUNNER-UP

Ford DOT Street                                     Ryan Perry                             Steve Meyers

Fast/Quick Ford                                      Sig Patzer                                Ed Teemly

Ford Dealers 5.0 Shootout                 Kevin Hudson                      Aron Kohlscheen

Ford Truck                                            John Goodrick                        Pete Medaugh

Max Street by MagnaFuel                     Jon Jacobs                               Dane Heil

Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup    Kenny Dodson                        Tony Mariano

CAR SHOW RESULTS

Best of Show – Charlie & Pat Palmer – 1934 Sedan Delivery

Falcon/Comet/Capri/Maverick – Ryan Perry – 1968 Falcon

Fairlane/Galaxie/Torino – John Leff – 1967 Fairlane GTA

Lincoln/Big Car – Jason Hrobsky – 1965 Continental

Thunderbird – Joe Coors – 1955 Thunderbird

Special Interest/Cobra/Open – Norm Bell – 1965 Cobra

Street Rod/Custom – Roy Gleitz – 1932 Ford Coupe

Race/Pro Street – Carey Moose Hosterman – 1972 Mustang

Mercury – Mark Fitzjohn – 1967 Cyclone

Classic Ford – Wayne Anders – 1956 Fairlane Club Sedan

Shelby/Rousch/Saleen/Steeda – Dale Szymanski – 1968 GT500 KR

1964-1968 Mustang – Paul Skraymstad – 1968 Mustang

1969-1973 Mustang – Terry Sandmann – 1969 Mustang

1974-1993 Mustang – Michael Bateman – 1984 Mustang

1994-2004 Mustang – Mick Yphratis – 2004 Mustang Cobra

2005-2014 – Robert Gardner – 2012 Mustang Boss 302

2015 – Kenny Dodson – 2015 Mustang

Truck/Wagon/SUV – Jesse Perry – 1955 F100

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Focus Fest Joins Forces with Fun Ford Series

July 23, 2015 by  
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Focus Fest 2015 at Memphis International Raceway

Ford Focus National Event to be held alongside Fun Ford Weekend in August

Fun Ford Weekend at Memphis International Raceway is now bigger and better than ever. Not only will we be joining forces with Full Throttle Saloon, but Focus Fest 2015 has also been added to the lineup–promising to make this one of the most exciting shows of the year. Focus Fest 2015 will include a Friday night meet and greet, autocross events, drag racing, a special car show, an audio competition, and even a special awards banquet. Most intriguing will be the Focus ST vs. Fiesta ST Showdown and the Battle of the Tuners. Be sure to register early because car show spaces and banquet seating is filling up quickly!

EVENT DETAILS

August 28th-29th, 2015

Location:
Memphis International Raceway
5500 Victory Lane
Millington, TN 38053
901-WOW-RACE
www.racemir.com

Event Schedule:
Friday – August 28th
– Hotel Check In / Meet & Greet Party (6:00PM to Midnight)

Saturday – August 29th
– FocusFest / ST Fest Car Show (8:00AM)
– Drag Racing Event (8:00AM-9:00AM)
– Autocross Event (9:00AM-5:00PM)
– Focus Fest Judging (10:00AM-1:00pm)
– Fun Ford Weekend Judging (12:00PM-4:00PM)
– Fun Ford Weekend Saturday Awards Ceremony (4:00PM-5:00PM)
– FocusFest Awards Ceremony at – Memphis Incredible Pizza Co (6:30PM-10:00PM)

Awards Ceremony Location:
Memphis Incredible Pizza Co
1245 N Germantown Pkwy #104
Cordova, TN 38016
901-309-3132

Official FocusFest Lodging:
Fairfield Inn & Suites Memphis
6010 Macon Cove
Memphis, Tennessee 38134
901-384-0010 (Mention FocusFest for $89 rate)

 

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Fun Ford Series Results from US131 MotorSports Park

July 13, 2015 by  
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FUN FORD SERIES SHOW RESULTS – US131 MOTORSPORTS PARK

SUNDAY, JULY 12, 2015

 

Top 5

Steve Caesar, Ithaca, MI – 1978 Mustang

Brian Bush, Battle Creek, MI – 1997 Mustang

Ken Boorsma, Grandville, MI – 1962 Galaxie

Richard Camfferman, Byron Center, MI – 1965 Galaxie

Fred Camfferman, Byron Center, MI – 1965 Fairlane

 

Best of Show

Ken Boorsma, Grandville, MI – 1962 Galaxie

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Throttle Fest Memphis Powered by Fun Ford Series

July 10, 2015 by  
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Throttle Fest HEADER

Throttle Fest Memphis Coming in August

Jackyl headlines weekend filled with Ford horsepower and motorcycle mayhem

MILLINGTON, Tenn. (June 11, 2015) – The mayhem of the Full Throttle Saloon, the world’s largest biker bar, is coming to Memphis International Raceway (MIR) August 28-29.
Throttle Fest Memphis, which is presented by Full Throttle Saloon and powered by the Fun Ford Series, Rock 103 and iHeart Media, will be two days of adrenaline-fueled excitement for car, motorcycle and music lovers alike.

“This is an event we’ve been trying to get to Memphis for a long time,” said MIR VP and GM Pam Kendrick. “It’s going to be the perfect mix of horsepower and rock music that people are going to love.”

The event is headlined by the platinum selling rock of Jackyl, who will take to the main stage on Saturday night. Jackyl will be one of several bands rocking MIR during the weekend.

“We’re excited to be playing in front of Memphis fans again,” said Jessie Dupree, frontman for Jackyl. “That’s a city that loves its music and we’re going to give them an awesome show at Throttle Fest.”

Other entertainment features the “Wall of Death” motordrome, a circular arena in which skilled riders defy gravity to perform motorcycle tricks and stunts. The Circus Una Motorcycle Thrill Show is an all-female daredevil trio that combines trapeze acrobatics with motorcycle riding on a high wire. The Full Throttle Rockstar Bartenders will make every beverage stop a treat, and there will even be a Leprechaun at the event.

If that’s not enough, the Fun Ford Series will bring the best of the Blue Oval Brigade to MIR with drag racing, all-Ford car show and swap meet during the day.
More music acts will be announced in the next couple of weeks. Throttle Fest Memphis sponsors include Full Throttle S’loonshine and Jesse James American Outlaw Bourbon Whiskey.

Full weekend tickets for this festival of wall-to-wall entertainment are $35 and can be purchased online starting Friday, June 12 by going to www.RaceMIR.com or www.ThrottleFest.com.

For more information regarding MIR, please visit www.RaceMIR.com, call (901)-WOW-Race or follow us at www.Facebook.com/RaceMIR or @RaceMIR on Twitter and Instagram.

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2015 Gateway Motorsports Park Event Details

June 24, 2015 by  
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July 24 – 25, 2015 – Gateway Motorsports Park, Madison IL

FUN FORD – GATEWAY E.T. CHAMPIONSHIP WEEKEND

Friday Schedule of Events – July 24 – Open Test – Ford True Street – Gambler

4 p.m.:        Gates Open
4:30 p.m.:    Tech inspection / Fuel sales begin (conclude at 7:30 p.m.)
5:30 p.m.:    Open Test ‘n’ Tune (All makes and models)
6:30 p.m.:    Ford True Street Driver Meeting – staging lane #8 – $20 entry fee in staging
7 p.m.:        Ford True Street Oval Cruise – 30 miles around Gateway road course
8 p.m.:        Ford True Street Drag Runs
8:30 p.m.:    Jr. Street Eliminations
9 p.m.:        Bracket Gambler (all makes and models)- $20 to enter in staging lanes
9:30 p.m.:    Concessions Close
10 p.m.:        Open Grudge Runs (all makes and models) / Credential Sales conclude for night
11 p.m.:        Conclude event

Lane Assignments
Lanes 1 & 2:          .5 Full Tree
Lanes 3 & 4:        .4 Pro Tree
Lanes 5 & 6:        Jr. Dragsters / Motorcycles
Lanes 5 & 6:        Street Tire .5 Full Tree
Lane 7:            Open
Lane 8:            True Street  – Trophies in 4 classes plus overall winner

Entry Fees and Admission Prices
Adult s:            $15     (with trackside wedge parking privileges)
Kids 12 and under:    Free
Test ‘n’ Tune:        $30    (car and driver)

Saturday Schedule of Events – July 25 – Fun Ford & Gateway E.T. Series
7 a.m.:            Gates Open – Racer and Car Show Roll-In
7:30 a.m.:        Tech inspection / Fuel sales begin (conclude at 7:30 p.m.)
8:30 a.m.:        Jr. Dragsters (2 runs plus E1 before 10 a.m.) – non-points

9:00 a.m.        Fun Ford Autocross (until 3 p.m.)
10 a.m.:            Ford  – Super Shifter – EFI Shootout Time Trials (2 sessions)

  • Quick Ford (Pro)
  • Fast Ford (Super Pro)
  • Street Ford
  • Ford Truck Trophy
  • Mustang Trophy
  • Four Cylinder Ford Trophy
  • Classic Ford Trophy – 1963 and older
  • Ford Grudge
  • Super Shifters
  • EFI Shootout

11 a.m.      – 1 p.m.:    Car Show Judging

12 p.m.            Ford Nostalgia Funny Car Exhibition Runs (Great Lakes Funny Cars)
2 p.m.:            Car Show Awards
3 p.m.:            Gateway Bracket Time Trials Begin (2 sessions)
Eliminations after 2 sessions of time trials

RACE CLASS INFORMATION – FUN FORD – SATURDAY, JULY 25

FAST FORD (ELECTRONICS/SUPER PRO) – ¼ mile
Winner:            $800
Runner-Up:        $300
Semi:            $100
Entry Fee:        $50
Buybacks:        $30    first –or- second round
Payout based on 33 cars in round 1 of eliminations – pro rated at 32 or less.

QUICK FORD CHALLENGE (NON-ELECTRONICS/NO-BOX) – ¼ mile
Winner:            $800
Runner-Up:        $300
Semi:            $100
Entry Fee:        $50
Buybacks:        $30    first –or- second round
Payout based on 33 cars in round 1 of eliminations – pro rated at 32 or less.

FORD STREET BRACKET (DOT TIRES) – ¼ mile
Winner:            $250
Runner-Up:        $100
Entry Fee:        $40
Buybacks:        $20    first –or- second round
Payout based on 17 cars in round 1 of eliminations – pro rated at 16 or less.

CLASSIC FORD TROPHY BRACKET – ¼ mile  
Winner:            Trophy
Entry:            $30
Open to 1963 and older Ford products.

TUFF FORD TRUCK TROPHY BRACKET – ¼ mile
Winner:            Trophy
Entry:            $30
Open to all Ford Trucks

MUSTANG TROPHY SHOOTOUT BRACKET – ¼ mile
Winner:            Trophy
Entry:            $30
Open to all Ford Mustangs and Mercury Capris

4-CYLINDER FORD TROPHY BRACKET – ¼ mile
Winner:        Trophy
Entry:            $30
Open to all Ford Mustangs and Mercury 4-cyclinder powered cars

STICK SHIFT SHOOTOUT – OPEN TO ALL MAKES AND MODELS
GATEWAY MSP STICK SHIFT CLASS RULES – CONTACT: LEWISW@GATEWAYMSP.COM FOR DETAILS
.5 Full Tree
1/8 mile
Dial-ins of 4.50-7.50
Racing Slicks ONLY – No drag radials.
Two Steps are permitted.
2 Time Trials plus eliminations
Entry fee:       $100 with $60 of entry paid to the purse.
Winner receives purse plus trophy.

EFI CHALLENGE SHOOTOUT – OPEN TO ALL MAKES AND MODELS
PART OF THE GATEWAY MSP EFI HEADS-UP FACTORY SERIES
Heads-Up Elimination Format
.5 Full Tree
No minimum weight.
OEM Computer, factory glass windows and factory chassis.
Drag radials –or- slicks are allowed.
Entry fee:    $30

JR DRAGSTER – 1/8 mile – Non-Points Event
Winner:        Trophy and Gift Card
R/U:        Trophy
Entry fee:    $30

CAR SHOW INFORMATION

FREE ADMISSION FOR CAR & DRIVER – NO PRE-ENTRY

All car show entry fees will be collected at the gate and registration takes place at registration trailer next to concession stands.

TOP AWARDS CLASSES
Best of Show
Best Engine
Best Interior
Best Paint
Best Detail
Club Participation

JUDGED AWARDS  (24 to be presented at show)
Mustang 64-70                    Mustang 71 – 93
Mustang 94-09                    Mustang 10 – present
Specialty Mustang (Shelby, Saleens, etc.)        Boss 302 Mustang
Mercury Cougar                    Ford Thunderbird
Fairlane, Torino, Galaxy                Falcon, Maverick, Comet
Big Car (LTD, Marquis)                Full Size Truck
Compact Truck                    SUV
Ranchero                    Sport Compact  (Focus, Fiesta, Escort)
T-Bucket                    Street Rod
Rat Rods                    30’s Classic
40’s Classic                    50’s Classic
60”s Classic                    Convertible

GATEWAY E.T. CHAMPIONSHIP CLASSES – TO BE CONTESTED AT 3 P.M.
VP Racing Fuels Super Pro – 1/8 mile points – with Contingency Connection award* – $65 entry
Pro – 1/8 mile points – with Contingency Connection award* – $55 entry
Sportsman – ¼ mile points – with Contingency Connection award* – $40 entry
Super Pro Motorcycle – ¼ mile points – $40 entry
Index Motorcycle – ¼ mile points – $40 entry
Trophy – ¼ mile points – $30 entry

¼ Mile Box vs. No-Box Combo – $60 entry fee  (Box will race Box til final. No-Box races  No-Box til final.  Box winner will race No-Box winner for $1,000 to win and $400 to runner-up.

Saturday Admission Prices – Includes a full day of both Ford and Bracket Races
Adult s:            $15
Kids 12 and under:    Free

Autocross: $30

DON’T MISS THESE OTHER GREAT EVENTS!

TRACK GUYS ROAD COURSE TRACK DAY – SATURDAY & SUNDAY
Located at the Gateway Motorsports Park Road Course! Register at http://www.trackguys.com/.

SCCA Solo AutoCross – Sunday, July 26

Gateway Kartplex will be open all weekend long inside the oval

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2015 Virginia Motorsports Park Results

June 24, 2015 by  
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CAR SHOW & RACING RESULTS

CAR SHOW WINNERS

TOP AWARDS
Best of Show:
Randy Crow – 1966 Mustang

Best Engine: Gail Moxley – 2009 Mustang

Best Paint: Frankie Sheppard – 1972 Cougar

Best Mustang: Dan & Stephanie Pierce – 2003 Mustang

Club Participation: Roanoke Valley Mustang Club

Cool Factor: Steve Morgan – 1965 F-100

Young Gun: Dylan Rivers – 1966 Mustang

Track Choice: Emery Holmes – 1999 Mustang

Peoples Choice: Jennifer Testerman – 2013 Mustang

CLASS WINNERS

Compact: Wayne West – 2011 Fusion

Rod: Al Fibish – 1934 Coupe

Mercury: George Timberlake – 1965 Comet

Nostalgia: Billy Ruble – 1951 Custom

4×4 P/U: Trent Stephens – 2000 F-250

Van: John Owney Jr. – 1969 E-100

4×4 SUV: Charles Parrish – 1978 Bronco

2WD Stock P/U: James Crowder – 1993 Ranger

2WD Modified P/U: Steve Morgan – 1965 F-100

Falcon: Dennis Hutchinson – 1965 Falcon

Galaxie/Fairlane/Torino 60-66: Paul Pentecost – 1960 Fairlane

Galaxie/Fairlane/Torino 67-70: Scott Hanes – 1970 Torino

Stock Mustang 64-69: Robert Coleman – 1965 Mustang

Modified Mustang 64-69: Randy Crow – 1966 Mustang

Mustang 70-73: Junior Roberts – 1970 Mustang

Stock Mustang 79-93: Mike Strickland – 1988 Mustang

Modified Mustang 79-93: Jake Kilcommons – 1987 Mustang

Mustang 99-04: Robert Clark – 1994 Mustang

Mustang GT 99-04: Robin Reese – 2003 Mustang

Cobra Mustang 99-04: Emery Holmes – 1999 Mustang

Modified Mustang 99-04: Dan & Stephanie Pierce – 2003 Mustang

Stock Mustang 05-08: Bob LaPrada – 2006 Mustang

Mustang GT 05-08: Jessica Watson – 2005 Mustang

Saleen Mustang 05-08: Rick Fee – 2005 Mustang

Shelby Mustang 05-08: Kevin Pollard – 2007 Mustang

Mustang GT 09-12: Kerry Mitchell – 2009 Mustang

Roush Mustang 09-12: Gail Moxley – 2009 Mustang

Shelby Mustang 09-12: Rick Moxley – 2009 Mustang

Stock Mustang 2013: Brian McCullough – 2013 Mustang

Modified Mustang 2013: Jennifer Testerman – 2013 Mustang

Mustang 2014: Rhonda Pollard – 2014 Mustang

Mustang 2015: Angela Naff – 2015 Mustang

SUNDAY PEOPLES CHOICE

Jennifer Taylor – 08 Stock Mustang

John Owney Jr. – 69 E-100 Van

Robert Coleman  – 15 Stock Mustang

Robert Coleman – 65 Stock Mustang

Everett Breaux – 06 Mustang GT

Justin Camp – 47 Coupe

Junior Roberts – 70 Mach 1 Mustang

Steve Bryant – 62 Fairlane 500

Chris Bean- 23 T-Bucket

Jennifer Taylor – 01 Mustang GT

Jimmy Chapman – 09 Mustang GT

Dylan Rivers- 03 Mach 1 Mustang

Stephanie Crain – 04 Mustang GT

Jennifer Testerman – 13 Mustang

Joseph Day – 13 Shelby Mustang GT

Top Engine: Joseph Day – 13 Shelby Mustang GT

Top Paint: Jennifer Testerman – 13 Mustang

Top Ford: Steve Bryant – 62 Fairlane 500

Top Mustang: Robert Coleman – 65 Stock Mustang

Club Participation: South Eastern Va. Mustang Club

RACING RESULTS

SATURDAY

Street Ford Champion: Ray Burcher – 1968 Mustang  Reaction     Reaction: .021     ET: 11.605     MPH: 115.28

Tuff Truck DOT Champion: Shannon Coleman – 2001 Lightning     Reaction: .616     ET: 14.034     MPH: 99.88

14.00 Index Champion: Wayne Hand – 1967 Fairlane     Reaction: .038     ET: 14.342     MPH: 89.47

13.00 Index Champion: Wayne Hand – 1967 Fairlane     Reaction: .038     ET: 13.159     MPH: 85.55

12.00 Index Champion: Chris Vargo – 1988 Mustang     Reaction: .207     ET: 12.416     MPH: 82.10

11.00 Index Champion: Tom Cartwright – Mustang     Reaction: .025     ET: 11.004     MPH: 120.74

10.00 Index Champion: Terry Marshpund – 1970 Mustang     Reaction: .160     ET: 10.006     MPH: 130.28

5.90 Renegade Champion: Larry Robb – 1985 Mustang     Reaction: .084     ET: 5.921     MPH: 113.89

SUNDAY

Pro Champion: Chris Moren – 68 Dart     Reaction: .016     ET: 6.003     MPH: 113.20

Super Pro Champion: Rich Bernier – 01 Ed Quay     Reaction: .030     ET: 4.850     MPH: 134.94

Pro Bike Champion: Wilson Burkhead – 07 Hayabusa     Reaction: .038     ET: 8.511     MPH: 147.97

Jr. Dragster Champion: Chad Logan – 11 Mikeboss     Reaction: .033     ET: 7.908     MPH: 82.02

Street DOT: Wayne Hand – 67 Fairlane     Reaction: .059     ET: 12.720     MPH: 104.43

FUN FORD TRUE STREET

Overall Winner: Michael Hardison – 9.975 average

Overall Runner-Up: James Banton – 10.279 average

10.00 Index Winner: Matt Ashley – 10.94 average

11.00 Index Winner: Keith Hardison

12.00 Index Winner: Danny Lippin – 12.09 average

13.00 Index Winner: Jenna Burks – 13.008 average

14.00 Index Winner: Mike Baker – 14.032 average

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Virginia Motorsports Park 2015 Event Details

May 21, 2015 by  
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2015 FUN FORD WEEKEND

EVENT TIMELINE

SATURDAY (ALL FORDS)

  • Gates Open                                              8:00 AM
  • Racer Tech Inspection                           8:00 AM
  • Car Show Registration                           9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
  • Test and Tune                                         10:00 AM
  • Racer Time Trials                                   11:00 AM
  • Car Show Judging                                  12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
  • Exhibitions                                               1:00 PM, 3 PM, & 5 PM
  • True Street Cruise                                   2:00 PM
  • Eliminations                                             3:00 PM
  • Car Show Awards                                     5:00 PM
  • Car Show Parade                                      6:30 PM

SUNDAY (FORDS VS. THE WORLD)

  • Gates Open                                                10:00 AM
  • Racer Tech Inspection                            10:00 AM
  • Car Show Registration                            10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
  • Test and Tune                                           11:00 AM
  • Car Show (Top 20 People’s Choice)     12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
  • Time Runs                                                 12:30 PM
  • Eliminations                                               2:30 PM
  • Car Show Awards                                      3:00 PM
  • Car Show Parade                                       4:00 PM

TICKET PRICES

Spectator Admission:

  • Saturday Only                                            $18
  • Sunday Only                                               $15
  • Full Event Combo (Sat-Sun)                   $25
  • Children 12 & Under FREE when accompanied by a paying adult

Car Show Fees: (All entries Ford Bodied or Ford Powered)

Car Show (Full Event)                              $25 plus 1 passenger for $10

(Saturday – Judged) (Sunday – Top 20 People’s Choice)

Racer Fees:

Saturday – All entries Ford bodied or Ford powered

Sunday – Everyone welcome – All makes and models

Test & Tune

  • Street/Jr. Dragster                                                 $20
  • Slicks                                                                         $30

Fast Ford (Super Pro) – 1/8 Mile Finish Line Both Days

  • Saturday                                                                    $45
  • Sunday                                                                       $56

Quick Ford (Pro) – 1/4 Mile Finish Line on Sat. and 1/8 Mile Finish Line on Sun.

  • Saturday                                                                     $40
  • Sunday                                                                        $41

Street Ford (DOT) – 1/4 Mile Finish Line      $25 per day

Index Classes – 1/4 Mile Finish Line                $30 Sat. only

(10.00, 11.00, 12.00, 13.00, 14.00)

True Street Cruise – 1/4 Mile Finish Line      $30 Sat. only

Tuff Truck – 1/4 Mile Finish Line                       $25 Sat. only

Junior Dragster – 1/8 Mile Finish Line           $26 Sun. only

Pro Bike – 1/4 Mile Finish Line                           $31 Sun. only

Additional Participants:

  • Car Corral                                                              $25 Sell your Ford at the event
  • Swap Meet                                                             $25 No new items or apparel, 10′ x 20′ space
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Fun Ford Series – Bandimere Speedway, June 14

May 13, 2015 by  
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The Fun Ford Series returns to Bandimere Speedway on Sunday, June 14!

Find admission, schedule, and racing details below!

ADMISSION


-Race/Show: $35
-Show Only: $30
-Spectators: $15
-VDRA Racer: $100
-Child (12 & under): FREE
SCHEDULE


Vendor Entry: 7:00 am
Gates Open: 8:00 am
Time Trials: 9:00 am
Eliminations: 1:30 pm
Car Show:  8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Revell Make ‘N’ Take: 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Car Show Awards: 3:00 pm
Event Concludes: 7:00 pm

RACE CLASSES/PAYOUT


 MAX STREET presented by MagnaFuel


– Heads up racing, Pro laddered, .4 pro tree, must complete a 5 mile cruise prior to first round of eliminations.
– All vehicles must run 12.99 or quicker. Must be Ford powered. Only (1) single power adder. Maximum 10.5 tire (slicks optional) (no 10.5W tire). Current license plates. Functional headlights & taillights. No full tube chassis cars. Stock appearing interior (no aluminum). Gasoline only (no alcohol) e85 accepted. Mufflers mandatory.
– $300 to winner, $150 to runner-up, $75 to semi-finalist
- Trophies to winner, runner-up, semi-finalist & Quarters.

DOT STREET FORD


– Open to all Ford products with DOT street tires
- No delay boxes or transmission brakes.(no electronics)
– Trophies to Winner, Runner-Up, Semi’s & Quarters

5.0 SHOOTOUT  presented by  Your Local Ford Stores

– .5 Full Tree
– Dial- Your- Own
- Open to all 5.0 Engine Vehicles.
– May have one (1) power adder. (turbo, supercharger, nitrous)
– Must be street legal (have current plates and insurance).
– No delay boxes, (no electronics) DOT tires only (NO SLICKS)
– $300 to winner, $150 to runner-up, $75 to semi-finalists.
- Trophies to Winner, Runner-Up, Semi’s & Quarters

FAST FORD (Super Pro)
– Electronics, .5 tenths full tree.

QUICK FORD (Pro ET)
– No electronics, .5 tenths full tree.
– Fast Ford & Quick Ford combined after 3rd round, laddered.
-$450 to winner, $225 to runner-up, $75 to semi-finalists.
- Trophies to Winner, Runner-Up, Semi’s & Quarters

Rocky Mountain Mustang Roundup Class (You must be registered for their Mustang Roundup Event)

– Open to all Ford Powered Vehicles with DOT street tires
– .5 tenths full tree / Handicap Eliminations
– Open exhaust permitted.
– No delay boxes or transmission brakes. (no electronics)
– Trophies to be presented in Steamboat Springs on June 21st.
Awards are: Winner $100, Runner-up $50, Fastest MPH, Quickest Et, Best Light, Best Package ( light + Closest to dial)
  TRUCK


– Open to all Ford trucks, gas or diesel.
- No delay boxes or throttle stops.
- Trophies to winner, runner-up, and semi-finalists.

UNLIMITED FLATHEAD/INLINE
*will be making 3 qualifying passes on Saturday with Eliminations on Sunday
-Vehicles with superchargers, Flathead conversions, and Inline cross flow conversions allowed.
-.4 Pro Tree
-Heads-Up racing
-Qualify off of Reaction Time

TOP ROD FLATHEAD/INLINE

*will be making 3 qualifying passes on Saturday with Eliminations on Sunday
-Open to all flathead and Inline powered vehicles running 13.99 seconds & quicker. All fuels permitted. -Vehicles may be naturally aspirated, supercharged, turbo-charged, etc. Flathead conversions and Inline cross flow conversions permitted.
-.5 Full Tree
-Dial-Your-Own
-Qualify off of Reaction Time
HOT ROD FLATHEAD/INLINE

*will be making 3 qualifying passes on Saturday with Eliminations on Sunday
-Open to all flathead and Inline powered vehicles running 14.00 seconds & slower. All fuels permitted. -Vehicles may be naturally aspirated, supercharged, turbo-charged, etc. Flathead conversion and Inline cross flow conversions permitted
-.5 Full Tree
-Dial-Your-Own
-Qualify off of Reaction Time
OVER-HEAD-VALVE/FRONT ENGINE DRAGSTER
*will be making 3 qualifying passes on Saturday with Eliminations on Sunday
-.5 Full Tree
-Dial-Your-Own
-Qualify off of Reaction Time

GASSERS
*will be making 3 qualifying passes on Saturday with Eliminations on Sunday
-.5 Full Tree
-Dial-Your-Own
-Qualify off of Reaction Time

PSCA ,

3 Qualifying passes on Saturday Eliminations Sunday
MagnaFuel Outlaw 10.5 Presented By OnTrack Performance & Magnum Transport
– 1/8th Mile * 4-tenths Pro Tree * All Run Field * Pro Ladder

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ididit Sweepstakes Winners Announced

May 12, 2015 by  
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The recent entry deadline for the ididit Sweepstakes with the Manufacturers Series produced three prize winners.  In this one-of-a-kind opportunity from the Manufacturers Series, entrants had the chance to win a $600 gift certificate toward the purchase of a steering column from ididitinc.com. After receiving online submissions through the Super Chevy Show, Fun Ford Weekend, and Mega Mopar Action websites, each of the series are excited to announce the winners of these fantastic prizes.

The winner of the Super Chevy Show ididit Sweepstakes is Bobby Ingram of Brandon, Mississippi.  Ingram has been involved with automotive restoration and racing for many years. He will be using his new ididit steering column in a 1957 Chevrolet 150, 2-door wagon–similar to the car his family had as a child. Ingram hopes to bring his car to next year’s Super Chevy Show at Memphis International Raceway.

Jim Pichler of Dallastown, Pennsylvania has been selected as the winner of the Fun Ford series ididit Sweepstakes. Pichler has been a fan of the Fun Ford series and has attended events at Maple Grove Raceway. He says that he enjoys the whole event and all that there is to do when Fun Ford comes to the track.

The winner of the Mega Mopar Action series ididit Sweepstakes is Matthew Hambright of Iowa Park, Texas. Hambright is in the process of building a 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger and is looking to use an ididit product to help complete his work.

“We are very excited to recognize the ididit, inc. Sweepstakes winners for our promotion with the Manufacturers Series. It has been fun to reach out to the car show participants that hopefully can use our steering column in their car or truck,” said Jane Callison, President of ididit, inc.

For information on upcoming Chevy, Ford, and Mopar series events, be sure to visit www.mfgseries.com

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Results From Fun Ford Series at Rockingham

May 11, 2015 by  
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For Immediate Release

RESULTS FROM FUN FORD SERIES IN ROCKINGHAM

ROCKINGHAM – The Fun Ford Car Show awarded Best of Show to the 1985 Mustang of Randall Snider, Garner, Best Truck to John Eddings of Foxfire Village in his 2000 Ford Lightning with the Best Classic Award won by Freddie Kelly, Jr of Southern Pines in his 1970 Mustang. Best New Ford was won by Richard Barnhill of Rockingham in a 2015 Mustang and the Club Participation Award went to the Campbell Club or Aberdeen.

After losing the first two races Sunday in a special Spring Civil Wars showdown with Yankee invader Carl Tasca, Carolina’s Roy Hill earned a measure of revenge in the finale when he pushed his Cobra Jet Mustang to the quickest quarter mile in the history of the high-performance Ford breed.

Hill, a former IHRA Pro Stock world champion who now operates Roy Hill’s Drag Racing School at Rockingham Dragway, stopped the timers in 7.523 seconds at 184.75 miles per hour to win a somewhat anticlimatic final against Tasca, who already had won bragging rights in the best-of-three duel.

However, losing the title of “world’s quickest” sent the Rhode Island driver back home determined to recapture the title of having the sport’s quickest and fastest Ford Cobra Jet. The son of the late Bob Tasca Sr., the man who created the original Cobra Jet, had a best time Sunday of 7.596 seconds, his second quickest time ever.

In addition to the match race, the 20th renewal of the Roush Yates Performance Products Spring Civil Wars included a Ford-only car show, events in the Ford Fun Series, exhibition performances by a jet-powered dragster and Danny O’Day’s “Superwinch” wheelstander and a full slate of drag races.

Clayton’s Jamie Carroll picked off the biggest single share of a record event purse when he drove his 1971 Chevy Nova to an eight-round victory for a $2,000 payday in the Soles Auto Service Footbrake class on Sunday.

In addition to Carroll, event winners included Willie Lytch of Southern Pines, who drove his 1967 Chevy Camaro to a big win in the ATI Pro Tree Doorslammer class; Dallas Glenn of Mooresville, whose 1968 Chevy El Camino was a popular winner in Open Comp; Bennett’s Howard Brewer, a winner in Combo Eliminator with his ’85 Mustang; and former Rock track champ Steve Alford of Angier, who won Saturday’s Sole Footbrake title in a race completed Sunday morning.

In an all-Alford final, Steve Alford used a .003 of a second reaction time to turn back Rashad Alford of Benson, who lost despite running dead-on his target at 6.860.  The margin at the finish line was .010 of a second.

In the 5.30 Index class, which made its Civil Wars debut, Robert Anderson drove his 1963 Chevy Corvette to victory over Andy Jeffers in a final round featuring drivers from the same hometown – Cassatt, S.C.

Although an overall champion was not determined due to Saturday time constraints, the debut of the Donnie Gibbs Racing Outlaw 4.70 class was declared a major success after attracting a field of 25.

The purse was split Saturday night among four unbeaten – Nick Cline of Mooresville, whose 1934 Chevy coupe was a fan favorite, Dale McSwain of Norwood, Charlotte’s Greg Patillo Jr. and Kevin Carpenter.  Johnathan Gibbs of Salisbury was the top qualifier at 4.705 seconds, .005 off the target.

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ROCKINGHAM – Results from the 20th annual Roush Yates Performance Products Spring Civil Wars event at Rockingham Dragway:

 

SUNDAY

 

Cobra Jet Showdown

Match 1 – Carl Tasca, Cranston, R.I., 7.628, 181.13 mph, def. Roy Hill, Sophia, N.C., 7.706, 182.43 mph.

Match 2 – Carl Tasca, Cranston, R.I., 7.596, 180.66 mph, def. Roy Hill, Sophia, N.C., 7.620, 170.11 mph.

March 3 – Roy Hill, Sophia, N.C., 7.523, 184.75 mph, def. Carl Tasca, Cranston, R.I., 10.305, 86.73 mph.

 

ATI Pro Tree Doorslammer

Round 4 – Colon Richardson, Asheboro, 5.491 on a 5.480, 127.16 mph, def. Ray Harring, Loris, S.C., foul; Robert Richardson, Asheboro, 1969 Chevy Nova, 6.001 on a 5.990, 113.82 mph, def. Tracy Massey, Wilmington, 7.022 breakout on a l7.030, 95.85 mph; Jamie Carroll, Clayton, 1971 Chevy Nova, 6.311 on a 6.270, 106.26 mph, def. Eddie Shelley, Rockingham, 1990 Chevy Camaro, 5.702 breakout on a 5.740, 117.52 mph; Michael Brady, Liberty, 1967 Chevy Camaro, 5.832 on a 5.830, 114.35 mph, def. Daniel Comer, New London, 1971 Ford Maverick, 6.950 on a 6.950, 97.22 mph; Willie Lytch, Southern Pines, 1967 Chevy Camaro, 6.311 on a 6.300, 108.49 mph, def. B.J. Cook, Wingate, 1972 Chevy Camaro, 7.173 breakout on a 7.180, 95.13 mph; Arana Blanton, Loris, S.C., 1968 Chevy Camaro, bye.

Round 5 – R. Richardson, 5.999 on a 5.990, 113.91 mph, def. C. Richardson, 5.501 on a 5.480, 124.45 mph; Lytch, 6.308 on a 6.300, 106.55 mph, def. Brady, 5.836 on a 5.810, 117.92 mph; Blanton, 6.057 on a 6.050, 112.41 mph, def. Carroll, 6.277 on a 6.260, 108.59 mph.

Semifinals – Lytch, 6.312 on a 6.300, 109.32 mph, def. Blanton, 6.059 on a 6.050, 112.76 mph; R. Richardson, bye.

FINAL – Willie Lytch, Southern Pines, 1967 Chevy Camaro, 6.323 on a 6.300, 107.97 mph, def. Robert Richardson, Asheboro, 1969 Chevy Nova, 6.011 on a 6.000, 113.38 mph.

 

Network Distributors Open Comp

Round 3 – Justen West, Dunn, 1969 Chevy Camaro, 12.604 on a 12.670, 102.38 mph, def. Ron Williams, Eagle Springs, foul; Dallas Glenn, Mooresville, 1968 Chevy El Camino, 11.580 on an 11.560, 108.68 mph, def. Nikki Williams, Carthage, 11.662 breakout on an 11.730, 117.30 mph; Curtis Williams, Jacksonville, 12.478 on a 12.600, 97.78 mph, def. Travis Frazier, Franklinville, 1986 Ford Mustang, foul; Donald Daniels, Godwin, 1981 Oldsmobile, 11.240 on an 11.330, 116.34 mph, def. Steve Keller, Mooresville, 1968 Chevy Camaro, 10.372 breakout on a 10.490, 117.21 mph; Willie Morgan, Eagle Springs, bye.

Round 4 – Daniels, bye; Glenn, 11.48 on an 11.560, 113.56 mph, def. Williams, 12.459 breakout on a 12.600, 91.36 mph; Morgan, 11.037 on an 11.140, 120.24 mph, def. West, 12.561 breakout on a 12.670, 99.58 mph.

Semifinals – Daniels, 11.288 on an 11.330, 118.74 mph, def. Morgan, 11.084 breakout on an 11.140, 119.98 mph; Glenn, bye.

FINAL – Dallas Glenn, Mooresville, 1968 Chevy El Camino, 11.541 on an 11.560, 110.26 mph, def. Donald Daniels, Godwin, 1981 Oldsmobile, 11.220 breakout on an 11.330, 119.03 mph.

 

Soles Auto Service Footbrake

Round 5 – Steve Alford, Angier, 6.808 on a 6.780, 94.82 mph, def. Brett Miles, Red Springs, 1974 Plymouth Duster, 7.159 on a 7.140, 92.72 mph; Jamie Carroll, Clayton, 1971 Chevy Nova, 6.363 on a 6.260, 99.94 mph, def. Darlene Wells, Asheboro, 1969 Ford Mustang, 7.290 on a 6.980, 93.82 mph; Kevin Williams, Pageland, S.C., 6.395 on a 6.380, 104.11 mph, def. Scott Yates, Gold Hill, 6.483 on a 6.450, 103.62 mph; David Sears, Holly Springs, 1989 Ford Mustang, 6.021 on a 6.060, 115.18 mph, def. Kenny Roberts, Raynor, S.C., 1978 Chevy Nova, 6.106 breakout on a 6.160, 112.97 mph; Terry Rucker, NA, 6.718 on a 6.780, 100.05 mph, def. Aaron Brock, Pageland, S.C., foul.

Round 6 – Carroll, Clayton, 1971 Chevy Nova, 6.289 on a 6.270, 106.92 mph, def. Alford, 6.773 on a 6.730, 91.52 mph; Sears, bye; Williams, 6.368 on a 6.370, 107.66 mph, def. Rucker, foul.

Semifinals – Williams, 6.331 on a 6.420, 107.10 mph, def. Sears, foul; Carroll, bye.

FINAL – Jamie Carroll, Clayton, 1971 Chevy Nova, 6.420 on a 6.270, 102.31 mph, def. Kevin Williams, Pageland, S.C., 6.572 on a 6.390, 100.94 mph.

 

PTRA 6.0/7.0 Combo Index

Round 3 – Terry Floyd, Lake Wylie, S.C., 1955 Chevy Bel Air, 6.022 on a 6.000, 114.93 mph, def. Bill Rittz, Danbury, 5.981 breakout on a 6.000, 114.76 mph; Jerrod Youker, Salisbury, 1970 Chevy Nova, 7.034 on a 7.000, 95.07 mph, def. Daniel Comer, New London, 1971 Ford Maverick, 6.973 breakout on a 7.000, 95.52 mph; Howard Brewer, Bennett, 1985 Ford Mustang, 6.999 on a 7.000, 98.66 mph, def. Willie Morgan, Eagle Springs, 6.987 breakout on a 7.000, 97.26 mph; Vito Bosca, Bathhurst, New Brunswick, Canada, bye.

Semifinals – Floyd, 5.989 on a 6.000, 115.20 mph, def. Bosca, foul; Brewer, 7.006 on a 7.000, 100.50 mph, def. Youker, foul.

FINAL – Howard Brewer, Bennett, 1985 Ford Mustang, 7.012 on a 7.000, 97.62 mph, def. Terry Floyd, Lake Wylie, S.C., 1955 Chevy Bel Air, 6.021 on a 6.000, 114.96 mph.

 

PTRA 5.30 Index

Round 1 – Marty Campbell, Kannapolis, 1985 Ford Mustang, bye; Andy Jeffers, Cassatt, S.C., 5.470, 128.22 mph, def. Randy Sanders, Eagle Springs, no time; Johnathan Helms, Bennettsville, S.C., 5.381, 122.46 mph, def. Chris Warren, Concord, 6.005, 89.63 mph; Robert Anderson, Cassatt, S.C., 1963 Chevy Corvette, 5.388, 125.93 mph, def. Jeffrey Toler, Pine Town, 6.266, 120.82 mph.

Semifinals – Anderson, 5.375, 129.73 mph, def. Helms, 5.398, 115.78 mph; Jeffers, 5.489, 127.99mph, def. Campbell, 7.215, 69.11 mph.

FINAL – Robert Anderson, Cassatt, S.C., 1963 Chevy Corvette, 5.391, 128.18 mph, def. Andy Jeffers, Cassatt, S.C., 5.477, 127.47 mph.

 

SATURDAY

 

Soles Auto Service Saturday Footbrake

Round 5 – Michael Branham, Elgin, S.C., 1990 Ford Mustang, 5.944 on a 5.900, 113.57 mph, def. Brett Miles, Red Springs, 1974 Plymouth Duster, 7.354 on a 7.140, 93.00 mph; Steve Alford, Angier, 6.810 on a 6.770, 92.91 mph, def. Larry Brown, NA, 7.238 breakout on a 7.240, 93.95 mph; Rashad Alford, Benson, 6.875 on a 6.890, 95.01 mph, def. Keith Daniel, Currie, 1988 Ford Mustang, 6.872 breakout on a 6.900, 99.85 mph; Jesse Warren, Concord, 6.497 on a 6.470, 105.41 mph, def. Scott Yates, Gold Hill, 6.468 breakout on a 6.470, 107.19 mph; Aaron Brock, Pageland, S.C., bye.

Round 6 – Brock, 7.023 on a 7.010, 89.96 mph, def. Warren, 6.490 on a 6.480, 105.61 mph; R. Alford, 6.837 on a 6.830, 102.09 mph, def. Branham, 5.940 on a 5.900, 117.42 mph; S. Alford, bye.

Semifinals – S. Alford, 6.829 on a 6.790, 87.79 mph, def. Brock, 6.843 on a 6.800, 86.87 mph; R. Alford bye.

FINAL – Steve Alford, Angier, 6.813 on a 6.790, 95.23 mph, def. Rashad Alford, Benson, 6.860 on a 6.860, 96.67 mph.

 

Donnie Gibbs Racing Outlaw 4.70

Round 3 – Racing suspended and money split among Dale McSwain, Norwood, Nick Cline, Mooresville, 1934 Chevy coupe, Greg Patillo Jr., Charlotte and Kevin Carpenter, NA.

Qualifying – 1. Johnathan Gibbs, Salisbury, 4.705; 2. Dale McSwain, Norwood, 4.716; 3. Kevin Carpenter, NA, 4.716; 4. Jeff Talvacchio, Ernul, 4.717; 5. Nick Cline, Mooresville, 1934 Chevy coupe, 4.718; 6. Jeremy Youker, Salisbury, 4.721; 7. Donnie Gibbs Sr., Mooresville, 4.726; 8. Barry Holshouser, Charlotte, 4.734.

 

ATI Pro Tree Doorslammer

Round 4 – Racing suspended and money split among Tony Moon, Kannapolis, Steve Hilburn, Loris, S.C., Lonnie Plyler, Statesville, Donald Norris, Conway, S.C., 1980 Chevy Monza, Arana Blanton, Loris, S.C., 1968 Chevy Camaro, and David Matthews, Kannapolis.

 

PTRA 7.0 Index

Round 3 – Racing suspended and money split between Jerry Cline, Mooresville, 1970 Chevy Nova, and Kenny Myers, Clemmons.

 

PTRA 6.0 Index

Round 3 – Racing suspended and money split among Steve Turner, Blythewood, S.C., Terry Floyd, Lake Wylie, S.C., 1957 Chevy Bel Air, and Robert Richardson, Asheboro, 1969 Chevy Nova.

 

Network Distributors Open Comp

Round 3 – Racing suspended and money split among Kenny Roberts, Raynor, S.C., 1978 Chevy Nova, Dale Burris, Concord, 1993 Ford Mustang, Justen West, Dunn, 1969 Chevy Camaro, Curtis Williams, Jacksonville, and Donald Daniels, Godwin, 1981 Oldsmobile.

 

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