April 14, 2006
We hustle and beat the rain and the fog again by running 1/8mile. 

Merv Moyer took his first win of the evening in Top Street over points leader, Larry Taylor. Merv's 302 Mustang ran a 7.02 on a 7.00 to Larry's 6.68 on a 6.69 run out.

Will Mark's was number 1 qualifier in his blown 502 S-10 with a 6.48. 
He ran out in round 1 when Jim Sheaffer cut a .014 light and ran a 6.77 on a 6.69.

King Ed Fetterolf took the Sport Bike title with a 5.75 at 123.47 MPH when 
Milt Fuoss fouled with a -.008 and ran a 7.28 on a 7.27. 

Former horse jockey, Bill Maturo Sr. ran a 6.67 on a 6.63 in losing to Milt Fuoss. 
Bill say's these horses eat a lot less and run a whole lot faster. 

The Electric Scotty chased down Chris Sweigard for a first round win.

Chris Shaffer had the competition covered in Street Stick with the SS Furious. 

Mike Koser was the runner up it Street Stick running a 8.95 on a 8.90.
Will Marks came back and destroyed the Street Automatic field defeating Nate Renard's Mustang in the finals with a 6.54 on a 6.45 to Nate's 9.26 on a 9.21.

Canadian Arnie Schwemmer made it to the semi's with his new Mustang.

Craig Johnson has one Fast Cat in his 390 Cougar. 

Mark Renninger's Orange Crush Nova lost a tight one to Terry Brouse in S/A.

Defending Champion, Jon Winisko, took the Sport Compact title over Lynn Umberger's Saturn with a 11.47 on a 11.40 with his Neon to Lynn's 11.70 on a 11.51. 

Brian Everhart's 350Z was late against Lynn. He clocked a 9.52 on a 9.25.
IHRA regular, Kevin Romeo, won the Outlaw Street title over matt Bergenstock's S-10.

Randy Tibbens was sorting out the gremlins getting ready for WFO. 
He better batten down the hatch before it sets sail.

Outlaw regular, Johnny Rossman, is back and ready to rock.

Merv Moyer doubled up and won Bone Stock truck in his F-250 Diesel Ford over Cory Smith's `98 Ram. Merv ran a 10.87 on a 10.86 to Cory's 12.37 on a 12.35. CLOSE!!

Dodge Diesels battle in time shots. Nick Diggen's white Ram set low ET with a 9.93.

Kyle Goss took the ATV title over newly wed Matt Keister when Matt fouled.

ATV racing is just fun. Period.
10 ATV made first round with rain all around us.
Nothing beats Friday Street Racing at "The Beaver"

Attention Friday Street Racers:
You must join points this weekend to keep your points. The Top 5 in each eliminator receive a championship jacket at the annual awards banquet, plus your name is listed on the points page.
The cost is only $10 - Don't cheap out.