June 4,  2004

Defending points champ, Capt. Ed Brady, moved into the points lead with a win over Kevin Moncavage's Hemi Cuda.

Eliminator Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Top Street Ed Brady 67 Camaro 383 10.34 .001 10.309 132.31
RU Kevin Moncavage 73 Cuda 572 Hemi 9.89 -.005 10.105 141.02
Sport Bike Ed Fetterolf 02 Hayabusa 1300 9.35 .040 9.161 148.51
RU Brian Snyder 03 Hayabusa 1300 10.43 -.032 10.497 137.15
Street Stick Merv Moyer 86 Mustang 302 12.45 .074 12.695 110.19
RU Mike Rowe 87 Mustang 302 13.13 -.020 13.274 105.91
Street Auto Mike Pesarchick 87 Trans Am 455 12.11 .062 12.212 106.91
RU Dennis Seigler 77 Maverick 351 12.25 .060 12.379 111.30
Compact Aaron Weaver 95 Neon 2.0 16.50 .033 16.824 82.09
RU John Kissinger 93 Cmry 2.2 19.18 .034 19.168 68.92
Out Law  Jerry Walter 70 Chevelle 350 11.50 .050 11.498 116.26
RU Bud Poust 89 Camaro 355 11.20 .095 11.163 121.61
ATV Milt Fuoss 85 Honda 600 12.57 .040 12.703 90.31
RU Kyle Goss 04 Kawasaki 400 16.70 .210 16.815 66.42

  
Army Armstrong was testing his new Nostalgia Funny Car. Mid 7's are in sight.

The "Electric Scotty" Fisher had his Ninja into the 10's all night.
Mike Pesarchick's 455 Buick powered T/A ran low 12's all night for the win in S/A.
Jerry Walters nailed down the Outlaw Street title over Bud Poust.

When was the last time you saw a `74 Fury run in the 12's? John Mylin's ride is cool.

Quads were flying all night. What a fun ride.

Sport Compacts are one of the largest classes. 

Dennis Stewart's Anglia almost got a piece of photographer Todd Dziadosz.