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Tonight's LaFontaine Performance Center Heads Up points
are already posted! Congratulations to all of the winners and thank
you to everyone who came out!
Tonight's LaFontaine Performance Center Heads Up event was full of action. We had tons of fast cars, a firework show, and a bonfire to celebrate Fourth of July weekend.
In Liberty's Gears All Motor, Rocko Khoury ran an 8.21 at 169 MPH over Ken Stone's 8.37 at 161 MPH. Todd Reiter and Dave Theisen both made it to the semi-finals and lost in close races to Khoury and Stone.
In Central Truck & Trailer Outlaw 10.5, John Burkett took the win over Kevin Fontenot by running a 7.14 at 199 MPH to Fontenot's off pace 9.08 at 155 MPH. Tom Ladiskky made it to the semi-finals where his 7.24 at 197 MPH wasn't enough to top Burkett's 6.83 at 200 MPH.
In Mechanical Heating and Cooling Run What Ya Brung, Keith Jackson who made the fastest RWYB pass of the night during 1st round running 3.97 at 186 MPH won the class over Brandon Wakeling. Jackson ran 4.389 at 171 MPH and Wakeling ran 4.47 at 154 MPH. Brian Robbins and Dave Dimitri made it to the semi-finals.
In Amsoil Open Comp, Chris Schneider won Amsoil Open Comp with an +.051 reaction time which didn't end up mattering too much because Eric Kuderick was -.0189 red. Dennis Livingston made it to the semi-finals, but lost to Kuderick.
In VP Racing Drag Radial, Mark Koehler's 7.50 at 182 MPH wasn't enough to beat Mike Brown's 7.19 at 200 MPH!! Eric McAughey was taken out by Mark Koehler.
In Biker Bob's Xtreme Bike/Sled, number 1 qualifier Bud Yoder won the class over Doug Gall by running a 7.12 at 203 MPH to Gall's 7.95 at 197 MPH. Sean MacPhee made it to the semi-finals.
In Pro Systems Motorcity Muscle, it was a close final with Scott Austin running a 9.88 at 137 MPH for the win over Pat McGowan who ran a 9.89 at 135 MPH. James Johnson Jr. made it to the semi-finals this month. The class grew this month and we expect it to continue to grow!