Sunday August 28th
GATES OPEN – 9:00 TIME TRIALS – 10:00 SPECTATORS – $10 each
Remember - SBRA = RE-ENTRY
SINCE THIS IS SBRA: We’ll be having re-entry in all except JR. Re-entry cars come back and race each other and only the winners advance into round two.
Cost: Super Pro, Foot Brake is $30. Bike is $20
Check out where you stand.
Only 4 points races remain.
Top ET points leader, Tim Armstrong congratulates JR winner Jaiman Deitz.
Official Standings as of August 20th
#1 – Mike Sheetz `79 Camaro 540 Pro Charged
#2 Tom Brady `86 Cutlass 421 Twin Turbo
#3 – Jay Trivelpiece `68 Camaro 421 Twin Turbo
#4 – Bud Buck `68 Chevelle 540 Pro Charged
#5 Kevin Sabo `87 Monte 406 Pro Charged
#6 Frank Reaser `80 Monte 502
#8 Jeff Karns `86 Monte 421 Pro Charged
#9 Tony Sult `70 Camaro 367 Pro Charged
#10 George Abraham `12 Caddy #13 Shawn Jetton `12 Caddy
All Races were shortened to 1/8 mile due to damage from severe lighting strikes.
The Top Beaver finals was a close one with Billy Maturo’s Hayabusa taking the win over Tim Armstrong. Billy ran a 6.048 on a 6.05 to Tim’s 4.854 on a 4.86 to take the title.
Kevin Little driving his 41 Willys tried to stop the red hot Tim Armstrong in the Top ET finals but came up a fraction too short. Tim took the tree with a .013 to .050 and powered by for the win with a 4.867 on a 4.86 to Kev’s 5.583 on a 5.58!! WOW!!
The “Klockster” is out first but too soon with a -.015 in the Modified finals verses Rusty Miller in his “Grey Hare” Nova. Rusty took the title with a 6.274 on a 6.28 to Bob’s 7.425 on a 7.41.
The IHRA Bike finals was an all ‘Busa affair with Billy Maturo, near, taking the title over Brian Snyder. Billy ran a 6.054 on a 6.05 to Brian’s 6.363 on a 6.40 run out pass.
Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!! Willie Treese stopped points leader Dave Weaver in the Street finals driving his classic Olds Cutlass. Willie ran a 7.817 on a 7.85 to Dave’s 7.998 on a 8.04.
Storm Fickes, on board his Ninja, drove by Dave Fetter to take the Hot Rod Trophy title.
Hot Rod Trophy winner, Storm Fickes, stopped to get his “Ethel hug”. Everybody love Ethel!
Rookie racer, Jaiman Deitz, pulled off a big win in JR Dragster over Liberti Ferster. Jaiman had the tree, .035 to .085, and held on for the win with a 12.348 on a 12.31 to Lib’s 7.935 on a 7.93. Talk about close! As you can see mom and dad sure are happy.
FYI: Early in the day, Jaiman told us it was his gram’s Ann’s birthday. He said if he wins he’s giving all the winning to his gram. Talk about a good family.
The ATV title went to Trenton Seitz over Johnathan Derr when Trent cut a .079 light to Johnathan’s LB3A. Trenton ran a 14.215 on a 13.50 for the title.
Top Beaver and Bike Champion – Billy Maturo
Top ET – Tim and Marge Armstrong
Street Champion – Willie and Mary Treese
JR Dragster – Jaiman Deitz
Modified Champion – Rusty Miller
TODD’S BONUS PHOTOS
All races shortened to 1/8 mile due to lighting strikes damaging timing system.
The Nostalgia Super Stock finals was a true family affair with Aaron Shipley taking the title over his dad, Wayne, with his Texan entry. Aaron’s `65 Olds 442 ran a 7.155 on a 7.15 to dad’a 6.653 on a 6.65 to take the win. The difference was a .029 to .073 reaction time.
The Pro Stick East Coast title went to local star, Chris Shaffer in his `66 Plymouth, “The SS Furious” over James Smith driving the Leonard Long G-Force Mustang. Chris ran a 6.371 on a 6.36 to James 5.571 on a 5.58.
The Top ET title went to Tim Armstrong in his dragster over Jeff Flick’s Ford powered altered. Tim went on to take the Top Beaver title over Jason Weaver when Jason couldn’t make the call.
The Modified finals had Brett Noll making ht show in his Demon against Jason Weaver’s “Big Red” Camaro. Jason took the title with a 5.956 on a 5.91 to Brett’s 5.854 on a 5.87
The IHRA Bike title was won by Kenny Kauffman, near over Billy Maturo.
The Street title was nailed by Evan “Big E” Renninger over Denise Poorman’s Mustang. Big E’s gram, Michele, celebrates with Penny, Denise’s sister. Sportsmanship, that’s the Beaver way.
Hot Rod Trophy had Friday Street Racing regular, Rick Narehood, take the title in his Mustang over Eric Witmer’s new Camaro.
The JR Dragster finals matched the two youngest drivers, Aiden Cisney verses Charly Barschefski in her “Ghouls Rule”. Aiden took the win with a 12.28 on a 12.19 to Charly’s 12.20 on a 12.09. Sister Sarah celebrates her siblings win.
The ATV title fell to Alex Maturo, near, over Justine Rupprecht.
Nostalgia Super Stock Champion and runner up – Aaron and Wayne Shipley
Eastern Pro Stick Champion – Chris Shaffer
Chris receives his “Ethel hug” for his big win.
Eastern Pro Stick runner up – James Smith
Top ET Champion – Tim Armstrong with Marge. Brian and Michele of Brian’s Trailer Sales present a pair of Keystone National tickets for his win.
Modified Champion – Jason Weaver. Brian and Michele of Brian’s Trailer Sales present a pair of Keystone National tickets for his win.
Bike Champion – Kenny Kauffman. Brian and Michele in the back, gave Kenny his Keystone National tickets for the title shot.
Street Champion – Evan “Big E” Renninger His grandparents are Brian and Michele. They sure are proud of the young man.
Hot Rod Trophy Champion – Rick Narehood – winnner of a pair of Keystone National tickets from Brian’s Trailer Sales.
JR Dragster Champion – Aiden Cisney. He won a pair of Keystone National tickets from Brian’s Trailer Sales.
ATV Champion – Aiden Cisney, he also won a pair of Keystone National tickets from Brian’s Trailer Sales.
Tag Team Champions – Tim Armstrong and Billy Maturo. They earned $600 by Tim winning Top ET and Billy a runner up in Bike. They edged the team of Jason Weaver, Mod Champ, and Jeff Flick, Top runner up, by one point by Tim winning Top Beaver when Jason couldn’t make the call. Talk about a cool race!! Thanks goes out to Jason Weaver for putting it all together.