A Great end of Season event.

Tom Larnard Memorial 
Mean Street Nationals a big one!
Tarsia wins Insane 8

Binghamton New York's, Tom Tarsia, carried the wheels way past the 60 foot clocks on his way to the Insane 8 title. The blown 555 inch Chevy qualified number one with an 8.05 at 173.35 MPH.

A happy Tom Tarsia is congratulated by event sponsor, Andy Jensen and crew.

James Huston's wild 420 inch Ford qualifed second with a great 8.07. He fell in the finals to Tarsia's Camaro when he got out of shape.

Jimmy's tow rig is so cool. It's his grandfather's original `64 Hi-Po 4 door, 4 speed.

James Gaylor's 355 S-10 won the Modified Mean Street title. Jeff Horst's original 389 Tri-power GTO fell to the Chevy in round two. 

Jim Barker's potent 440 Dart stopped Chris Fisher's 406 small block in round two.

Ann Erb's 401 AMX lasted into round three of Modified Mean Street.

John Kissinger surprised everyone by putting his little MR-2 into the winners circle in the Mean Streeters class. Really it's no surprise, he's the 2004 Sport Compact Champion. Yea, racing regular on Friday Night's can pay off big time.


The Master of Faster, Andy Jensen, qualified number 1 with a 7.67. On his 3rd time shot he learned that rods guaranteed for 100 runs will leave the block on run 138.

Elim. Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Insane 8 Tom Tarsia 70 Camaro 555   .090 8.750 126.08
RU James Huston 64 Fairlane 420   .026 13.606 78.67
Semi-final Rob Felegie 69 Camaro 433    -.057 8.307 164.35
Semi-final Bob Bowman 74 Vega 413   .094 9.887 136.75
Mod M/S James Gaylor 82 S-10 355 10.14 .064 10.152 131.19
RU Larry Taylor 67 Dart 360 11.09 .096 11.170 121.32
Semi-final Scott Runkle 65 Mustang 410 10.00 .084 10.361 138.39
Street M/S John Kissinger 89 MR-2  1.6 16.66 .056 16.667 84.46
RU Jeromy Poust 74 Vega 355 12.48 .015 12.568 90.87
Semi-final Dan Jensen 72 Chevelle 355 14.75 .154 14.554 85.11

Mean Street's photo extra
Dave Rinehimer

Big Daddy Shawn Stimeling

Randy Goodman, who else?

Tom Morgan

Crew Cromley

Jesse Abdo's 4 speed `57.

Todd Silvius

Aaron Mosner

Tom Readiner

Devin Trexler

Jose Walker

Cecil Walton

Eric Erb

Joe Zelneck

Kevin Troup

The place was packed again!!

Scott Runkle

Poster boy, Tom Brady


Tribute to our friend, Tom Larnard.

The car of the man who started it all. Without Tom's influence there never would have been a Mean Street Nationals or a 100 MPH Club.   Beaver Bob

Tom's friend, Rob Felegie, made the tribute pass.

Rob drove it just like Tom.

Tom's entire family was in attendance.

In a  fitting tribute to his friend, Tom Larnard, the first ever president of the 100 MPH Club.  Rob laid down a 167.06 MPH pass to become the 2004 President.


RESULTS!   RESULTS!   RESULTS!


Mudhens Eliminator Club Race
Lester Holtzapple over Dennis Mull in all no-box final.

Lester ran 11.82 on an 11.83 to stop Dennis Mull who ran a 12.39 on a 12.35.

Big Dan Swank looked like the man to beat but ran off in the semi's to Lester.

Kenny Kauffman was the last bike standing when he fouled to Jeff Duck in the 1/4's.

Jeff Duck, the last of the Top ET cars, lost to Mull in the semi's.

Elim. Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Elim Club Lester Holtzapple 68 Cuda 440  Mod 11.82 .057 11.831 114.67
RU Dennis Mull 65 Chevelle 350 Mod 12.39 .053 12.350 108.65
Semi-final Dan Swank 79 Malibu 355 Mod 10.47 .026 10.512 116.67
Semi-final Jeff Duck 03 Quay 534 Top 7.97 .022 8.042 170.61
1/4 final Jason Weaver 81 Camaro 427 Mod 10.11 .025 10.110 128.99
1/4 final Kenny Kauffman 03 Ninja 1327 Bike 8.43 -.071 8.415 157.06
1/4 final Steve Miller 68 Firebird 455 Mod 9.70 .141 10.544 108.60

Scott's Transmission's $1000 Race
Klock misses a beat, Brass man wins.

Dave Brassington was the man in the Grand to win race. He got by Klock who fouled in the finals after a great day of racing by both drivers, shutting out the box cars.

Blase Raia lost in the semi's to Klock when he ran out.

Will Leitch made it to the 1/4 finals before falling to Brassington.

IHRA World Champ, Jason Weaver, fouled to Dale Rhoads in round 8.

Elim. Driver Car dial R/T ET MPH
Scott $1000 Dave Brassington 68 Camaro 355  Mod 10.88 -.007 10.890 123.89
RU Bob Klock 73 Challenger 440 St  11.87 -.022 11.879 113.40
Semi-final Will Leitch 72 Dart 440 Mod 10.19 .073 10.245 132.88
1/4 final Blase Raia 94 trans Am 350 Top 10.57 .040 10.535 126.19
1/4 final Dale Rhoads 66 Mustang 302 St  12.32 .028 12.356 109.23

                 2005 News:  Losers insurance discontinued.
After three very successful but extremely long $1000 to win races we have pulled the plug on loser's insurance. In 2005 we will include a free entry into the Lil Beaver race following the 4th round of competition. We feel  this will make the events far more manageable and fun for the competitors.