May 5, 2006
Top Street: Taylor makes it 4 wins in 5 races!

Larry Taylor has been the on fire in Top Street. The Port Royal based Mopar took a solo in the finals when Michelle McGowan's  500 inch Mopar couldn't make the call.

A new number 1 qualifier in Top Street. Kevin Troup belted out a 9.59 at 143.90 MPH.

New blood in Street Stick as Justin Moyer put his 302 Mustang in the winners circle with a final round 11.88 on a 11.91 over Pat Woodling's 302 Capri.

Brain Wagner won the Street Automatic title over Mike Bryson's S-10 with a 14.03 on a 13.74 when Bryson took a snooze with a .706 R/T in the finals.

Leonard Long, Mr. G-Force/Long Shifters, won his first Outlaw Street title in his screaming 362 inch Mustang. Leonard drilled the tree an ran a 9.31 on a 9.23 at 131.75 MPH over Modified regular, Dave Gramley in his 454 Chevelle.

Cory Smith leads the Shop Diesel - Bone Stock Truck Eliminator with his Ram.

Defending Sport Compact Champion, Jon Winisko, maintained his points lead with a final round title 17.86 on a 17.70 over Brandon Orris in his `03 Lancer.

Todd Kozak in his original `69 GTO Judge was an real attention getter in Street Stick.

Larry Sweitzer had his 406 Nova running in the 10's. It's a looker.

Dennis Seigler is racing his F-150  until the Maverick is ready to do battle in S/Auto.

Modified regular, Al Judy, has one cool street ride. You have to love a yellow Vette.

James Weaver's `94 Lightning lights `em up. Check the 13.30 dial on DOT's!!

Charlie Klauger's 455 Regal went 113.42 MPH placing him 13th in the 100 MPH Club.

Check the dial on Jerry Kell's 2 liter Eclipse. 12.97!! Look out Mustangs.

(in the Beaver Springs ambulance)


King Ed Fetterolf made a pass that was a little too hot. On the second round of time shots his 170 MPH Turbo Hayabusa came out at full boost and stood on it's tail. The bike decided it didn't need Ed to ride along and promptly threw him off at the 250 foot mark. Fortunately Ed sustained only minor injuries and vowed to get back on his steed in a couple of weeks. Both Deb and Josh Yocum had bedside duty at Geisinger Hospital on Friday evening. These BSD Bikers are a real family. 
Look for Ed to present the diamond necklaces to the Moms this Sunday.