Race #3 in the books
Super Pro champ, Brian Pecht, faced Bike champ, Billy Bair in the Top Beaver finals. with both drivers dialing 5.84 the race was won on the line when Brian had a perfect .000 light and running a 5.853 to Billy’s .057 turning a 5.827.
Brian picked up the Super Pro title over Tim Armstrong’s dragster with a dead on 5.85 to Tim’s 5.111 on a 5.10.
Marge and Michele congratulate each other on the final run. It’s traditional Beaver sportsmanship.
Billy took the SBRA Bike title over a red hot Brian Snyder in a close one. Billy ran a 5.861 on a 5.84 to Brian’s closer but later, .084 to .062, 6.295 on a 6.29.
The Footbrake finals matched two of the best in the business with Steve Lenig in his Roadster facing Jason Weaver’s Camaro. Jason had a slight tree advantage, .020 to .027, and ran a 5.715 on a 5.69 to Steve’s 5.639 on a 5.62.
It was a family feud in the JR Dragster finals. Liberti Ferster, near, gave her brother, Kadin the head start and never did catch him as Kadin took the title with a 8.907 on a 8.88 to Lib’s 8.059 on a 8.05.
In the special Den’s Restaurant Pro Father’s Day eliminator, Tommy Mull faced off against Chad Ferster’s Challenger. It was over at the tree when Tommy went red and handed Chad the win.
Kathy of The Den Restaurant, presents Chad with his very cool awards.
The Joe’s side of the Den’s Father’s Day eliminator was a rematch of last years final but with a different out come. with but Kody Poorman and Beaver Bob having identical reaction times, Kody ran closer to his number in taking the win with a 11.335 on a 11.32 to Bob’s 10.814 on a 10.78.
The Lil Beaver matched pit mates, Andrew Feltman in his dragster against John Boyer’s Chevelle. Andrew took the win when John drew a red light.
Beaver Bob passes out the winnings: $200 for Andrew and $100 for john. Meanwhile Big Dan Swank wants a free milkshake.
The Hot Rod Trophy finals had Evan Renninger picking up the title on the points lead in his S-10 over Tyler Wildsmith’s Toyota. The Big E ran a 8.935 on a 8.92 to Tyler’s 11.667 on a 11.55.
Foot Brake Champion – Jason Weaver and his dad, Brian.
SBRA Bike Champ – Billy Bair
The Ferster family had a great day with dad Chad winning the Pro Dad’s, kadin defeated his sister, Liberti in the JR finals and grand mom Cheryl’s Challengers.
Lil Beaver Champion – Andrew Feltman and runner up – John Boyer, with all the pit crew.
ATV Champ- Isiah Lohr and grand pap Steve Hull
Baby Beaver champ – Clay Leitzel
Dave Gramley picked up the Modified and Top Beaver title for the first time this season. Dave defeated Lou Drayer to win Modified and went on to stop Kevin Little in Top Beaver.
Kevin Little earned his first BSD Iron Tree in taking the Top ET title over Justin Badman.
Brian Snyder won the IHRA Bike title over Dave Carpenter.
In a battle of former IHRA Bracket Finals champion, it was Dave Weaver taking the title over Bob Klock in an all MOPAR battle.
Sarah Danner came late to the party this year but is now two for two in winning JR Dragster.
Michael Houser took the ATV title over points leader, Trenton Seitz.
Top Street Finals went to Dennis Seigler in his Fairmont over Chris Shaffer’s Mopar. Dennis ran a 10.485 on a 10.42 to Chris 10.484 on a 10.46.
The Outlaw Street win was Mike Criswell’s in his Nova over Jeff Steltzer’s S-10 via a red light. Mike carded a 10.303 on a 10.28 at 126.52 MPH
The Bike title was captured by Sam Koonsman over Tyler Bordner. Sam ran a 10.333 on a 10.18 at 116.53 MPH to Tyler’s 13.417 on a 12.99 at 98.70 MPH.
True Street title fell to Les spade in his Toyota truck over Stephen Hicks in his Civic.
The ATV title went to Colby Keister, top, onboard his Raptor over Brian Kerstetter.
Top Street Champion – Dennis Seigler
Modified Street Champion – Dennis Henry
Sport Bike Champion – Sam Koonsman
Outlaw Street Champion – Mike Criswell
ATV Champion – Colby Keister
True Street Champion – Les Spade
The Middleburg short cut, PA-104 North at Liverpool, is once again open. How does Penn DOT say it, “Temporary inconvenience, permanent improvement”.
Highland Harley-Davidson * Triumph * Polaris
John Vogt of Highland Harley-Davidson * Triumph * Polaris in Somerset, PA is the official sponsor of our JR Dragster and IHRA Bike class. John has provided this Polaris EXT Ranger for our use this season. If you are in the market, make certain you check with John. He’s one of the good guys. 814-444-1903
Keystone Garage Club
The coolest car club in the state is the official sponsor of the Jensen’s Mean Street Nationals. It is a club you want to join. The cost is only $20 annually. They have a meeting the first Thursday of the month at members garages. The only requirement is that at one time in your life, you had to walk into a garage!! A sign up bonus is a $20 pass to the Beaver. Get in touch with Beaver Bob for details.