April 18, 2004
 
Charcalla's Mustang Top's the field.

Andy Charcalla's small block Mustang was unstoppable in Top ET and Top Beaver running on his 9.30's dial every run.

Elim. Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Top Beaver Andy Characalla 86 Mustang  406 Top   9.35 .011   9.352 147.75
RU Dave Brassington 67 Camaro  383 Mod 10.93 .018 10.960 121.88
Top ET Andy Characalla 86 Mustang  406   9.35 .005 9.372 148.00
RU Glenn Seward 79 Camaro  355 10.39 -.002 10.406 130.81
Mod Dave Brassington 67 Camaro  383   10.92 .042 10.935 123.86
RU Troy Geyer 72 Nova  355 11.25 -.008 11.265 119.61
Bike Bill Maturo Jr 01 Suzuki 1000 10.68 .058 10.729 133.72
RU Ed Fetterolf 02 Hayabusa 1300   9.26 -.084 9.127 149.97
Street Bob Klock 73 Challenger 440 12.29 .059 12.335 107.51
RU Mike Herald 79 Malibu SW 305 12.46 .110 12.475 106.91
Hot Rod  Blase Raia 94 Trans Am  350 14.80 .024 16.279   63.42
RU Bill Fickes 96 Suzuki 600 12.52 .012 16.442   71.45
TCR Shanna Betchel 85 Ford 302 11.02 .081 11.126   62.00
RU Brook Zimmerman 98 Saturn 1.9 11.23 .285 11.249   64.03
JR Dragster Jeremy Campbell 97 Chassis Craft   8.87 .034   8.874   71.36
RU Kate Roth 03 Half Scale   7.90 .077   7.914   82.37
Lil Beav Bernie Staub 78 Aarow 440 10.90 .000 10.910 125.57
RU Scott Drayer 76 Chevette 355   9.83 .054   9.800 139.36

Dave Brassington was tough, taking the Modified title and runner up in Top Beaver.

Running it out the back door, Bob Klock's Challenger just nipped 
Mike Herald's Malibu Station Wagon in the traps.

A happy Klocky flashes a thumbs up!!

Battle of the Bill's. Maturo Jr, near, nailed Senior in the first round of IHRA bike. 
Jr went on to defeat Ed Fetterolf in the finals.

Bernie Staub's 440 Arrow took the Lil Beaver title over Scott Drayer's Chevette.

This is what Glenn Seward's -.002 foul looks like at the finish line. Mark Charcalla's .005 light, coupled with a 9.37 on a 9.35 gave the Ford the win.

Altoona's Blase Raia, captured the Hot Rod Trophy title in his TA over Bill Fickes.