April 30:  Fred Kerstetter surprises the big boys.

Kerstetter's  clean Nova, stopped Kevin Moncavage's Hemi in the final.

Elim. Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Top Street Fred Kerstetter 69 Nova 427 10.90 .091 11.081 125.59
RU Kevin Moncavage 73 Cuda Hemi   9.78 -.088   9.932 141.57
Sport Bike Jeff Fuoss 96 Kawasaki 750 14.41 .083 14.527   89.34
RU Ed Fetterolf 02 Hayabusa 1300   9.24 .077 9.157 139.86
Street Stick Steve Brought 94 Firebird 350 12.56 .009 12.604 105.67
RU Dave Webster 90 Mustang 302 12.60 .030 12.729 108.78
Street Auto Dennis Seigler 77 Maverick 12.08 .034 12.226 112.55
RU Ken Klingman 83 Mustang 302 13.92 .118 14.003   99.91
Compact John Kissinger 93 Camry 2.2 18.80 .140 18.937   71.63
RU J.D.Goldstine 03 Mitsu Evo 1.8 13.35 .400 13.546 103.09
Out Law  John Troxell 81 Fairmont 351 10.91 .137 10.912 124.72
RU Randy Fultz 65 Plymouth 383 15.19 -.001 15.728   86.17
ATV Jeremiah Kratzer 03 Yamaha 660 15.05 .133 15.076   82.24
RU Mike Charcalla  03 Banshee 15.48 -.136 15.898   75.89


John Troxell took the Out Law Street title over Randy Fultz's  Mopar.

BSD is the place to be on Friday nights.  It was packed again.

Steve Brought's 350 Firebird ran 12.50's to win Street Stick over Dave Webster.

Sports Compact was the second largest field of the night. 

Bill Maturo Sr., top,  fouled to Justin Spaid in Sport Bike. Spaid lost in the semi's to eventual runner up, Ed Fetterolf. 

Keith Lehman had his show winning 12 second Willys out to play.