• Texas Raceway race Moved to Friday September 19, 2014

    Unfortunately, with an 80% chance of rain and several racers traveling from all over Texas, we have canceled the Pro Mod race at Texas Raceway . The track will still be open (weather permitting) but we have moved the race to next Friday night (9/19). Yes, I know this is on top of the motorplex but we have had to do this in years past and everything was fine.



  • Featured Image August Texas Raceway Results

    On a HOT August night, nine pro-mod teams showed up to play in the heat. After two rounds of qualifying here’s how everything unfolded.

    #1 Gaylen Smith – 4.070 at 175 mph
    #2 Bob Alexander – 4.118 at 181 mph
    #3 Steve Wiley – 4.186 at 172 mph
    #4 Rodney Parks – 4.328 at 164 mph
    #5 Doug Morales – 4.387 at 166 mph
    #6 Kevin Hargett – 4.444 at 174 mph
    #7 Eddie Roach – 4.563 at 144 mph
    #8 Charles Letteer – 4.565 at 130 mph
    #9 Chuck Poindexter – 4.634 at 154 mph

    First Round:

    Chuck Poindexter (W) 4.646 at 154 mph (.068 RT)
    Rodney Parks (RU) 4.654 at 131 mph (.070 RT)
    Chuck Poindexter gets the upset win who was filling in for Doug Morales who sheared off the converter bolts during 2nd round qualifying. This was a close race on paper and on the track. Both cars left together with Poindexter having a slight advantage and he takes the win.

    Bob Alexander (W) 4.216 at 139 mph (.068 RT)
    Eddie Roach (RU) 5.409 at 111 mph (.166 RT)

    Gaylen Smith (W) 4.040 at 177 mph (.369 RT) ** Low ET**
    Charles Letteer (RU) 4.399 at 150 mph (.273 RT)

    Steve Wiley (W) 4.121 at 184 mph (.114 RT) **Top MPH**
    Kevin Hargett (RU) 4.577 at 166 mph (.049 RT)

    Semi Finals:

    Bob Alexander (W) 4.074 at 180 mph (.021 RT)
    Steve Wiley (RU) 4.154 at 180 mph (.026 RT)
    Another very close race on paper and on the track.

    Gaylen Smith (W) 4.070 at 158 mph (.141 RT)
    Chuck Poindexter (RU) 7.518 at 87 mph (-.017 RT) Red light start
    Chuck knew he red lit and lifted giving Gaylen the automatic win who was on a nice pass. Both Gaylen and Bob ran 4.07’s in the semi’s which was setting up for a nail biting side by side final round….


    Bob Alexander (W) (.486 RT)
    Gaylen Smith (RU) 7.518 at 87 mph (-.332 RT)
    Side by side it was not. Gaylen’s transbrake didn’t hold. As soon as he got on the two-step the car started creeping and I was the one biting my nails hoping the tree came on before the car rolled out of the beams. Alexander was having problems of his own in the Smith Motorsports lane. He accidentally hit the chutes button and his chutes deployed on the starting line so he shut it off for the win.

    Congratulations to Bob Alexander and the rest of the crew on your first TOPMA win! Congrats to Gaylen Smith and Team TBH as well for the runner-up finish.

    Toyse Woody Motorsports Photography Photos are here http://prostockcars.zenfolio.com/p29123495


  • Featured Image Texas Raceway June Results

    It was another Hot and Muggy Texas Friday night as eight Texas OutLaw ProMods rolled into Texas Raceway for their monthly shootout and this is how it played out:

    Session 1 Qualifying Order

    1. Doug Morales 68 Camaro 4.132@184.40
    2. Doug Riesterer 68 Camaro 4.135@152.78
    3. Rodney Parks 07 GTO 4.275@166.44
    4. **Kevin Hargett 01 Mustang 4.396@166.97
    5. *Chuck Poindexter 76 Luv 4.838@130.99
    6. *Charles Letteer 97 Firebird 5.001@109.40
    7. *Steve Wiley 63 Corvette 7.192@83.93
    First Session we see the Nitrous pack in the top 3 spots followed by the Lone Turbo Car then the Blowers bringing up the bottom.

    Session Final Qualifying Order

    1. *Steve Wiley 63 Corvette 4.122@158.56
    2. Doug Morales 68 Camaro 4.132@184.40
    3. Doug Riesterer 68 Camaro 4.135@152.78
    4. Rodney Parks 07 GTO 4.275@166.44
    5. **Kevin Hargett 01 Mustang 4.393@172.43
    6. *Chuck Poindexter 76 Luv 4.821@149.08
    7. *Charles Letteer 97 Firebird 5.001@120.35
    8. *Gaylen Smith 57 Belair 5.061@109.74
    Second Session was a blower popping by Chuck Poindexter and a great save by Doug Riesterer who nearly hit the wall and crossed the finish line sideways.
    * = Blown
    ** = Turbo


    Round 1
    Rodney Parks .088 4.695@146.02 WIN Kevin Hargett .105 4.947@130.48
    Both cars clawing their way down the track with Parks in the Nitrous car edging out the Turbo of Hargett

    Charles Letteer .125 4.888@116.26 WIN Doug Morales Foul -.118 4.344@183.77
    Morales Red-lights handing the Automatic win to Letteer

    Doug Riesterer .113 4.643@117.50 WIN Chuck Poindexter BROKE
    Riesterer on and off the throttle to get down the track when Poindexter could not make the call.

    Gaylen Smith .062 4.604@143.41 WIN Steve Wiley .068 4.725@128.75
    Gaylen and Steve generally meet in finals but Gaylen shuts down the win streak of Steve

    Round 2
    Doug Riesterer .076 4.496@138.96 WIN Charles Letteer .472 8.278@55.43
    Riesterer breezes around Letteer

    Gaylen Smith .144 4.154@168.32 WIN Rodney Parks .056 4.302@172.39
    Parks put the hole shot on Gaylen but could not hold him off on the top end

    Gaylen Smith .100 3.941@187.42 WIN Doug Riesterer .193 5.603@80.74
    Nitrous versus Blower for the finals, both are late but 57 Helaire was set on kill with a 3.94 for the Win

    Pictures from Toyse Woody Motorsports Photography can be seen here — http://prostockcars.zenfolio.com/p1014363606

    Randy Hall’s Video’s are here — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_FHOBYYcxYhm6wAR_K_Crw


  • Featured Image TXR Results – May 9th

    #1 Doug Riesterer – 4.024 at 181 mph (Low ET)
    #2 Steve Wiley – 4.066 at 182 mph
    #3 Chris Domino – 4.175 at 182 mph
    #4 Tim Cruce – 4.182 at 175 mph
    #5 Eddie Roach – 4.296 at 172 mph
    #6 Rodney Parks – 4.424 at 165 mph
    #7 Doug Morales – 4.441 at 129 mph
    #8 Kevin Hargett – 4.444 at 175 mph
    #9 Chuck Poindexter – 4.696 at 164 mph
    #10 Dennis Hendrix – 4.815 at 151 mph
    #11 Jason McFarland – 4.823 at 149 mph
    #12 Gaylen Smith – 4.901 at 108 mph
    #13 Perry Dunn – 4.968 at 115 mph
    #14 Greg Green – 5.789 at 83 mph
    #15 Charles Letteer – 6.166 at 81 mph

    First Round:

    Tim Cruce (W) 4.176 at 174 mph (.020 RT)
    Eddie Roach (RU) 4.358 at 170 mph (-.106 RT) Red light

    Steve Wiley (W) 4.070 at 187 mph (.077 RT) Top MPH
    Doug Morales (RU) 5.735 at 87 mph (-.012 RT) Red light

    Rodney Parks (W) 4.731 at 127 mph (.023 RT)
    Chuck Poindexter (RU) 4.688 at 163 mph (-.006 RT) Red light

    Chuck filled in for Chris Domino who burnt a piston during qualifying and was unable to make the call for first round.

    Kevin Hargett (W) 4.548 at 559 mph (.004 RT) Best Reaction Time. No, that’s not a typo by me. My paperwork says 559 mph, however we know this to be bogus.
    Doug Riesterer (RU) 4.404 at 168 mph (.127 RT)

    Doug gets the win light but he hit a cone which disqualified him.


    Tim Cruce (W) 4.205 at 168 mph (.032 RT)
    Kevin Hargett (RU) 4.948 at 135 mph (.015 RT)

    Steve Wiley (W) 4.215 at 153 mph (.063 RT)
    Rodney Parks (RU) 4.981 at 102 mph (.032 RT)


    Steve Wiley (W) 4.111 at 185 mph (.093 RT)
    Tim Cruce (RU) 5.963 at 82 mph (.054 RT)

    Congratulations to Steve Wiley and the TGR team for their 3rd victory in a row at Texas Raceway. Also, a big congrats to Tim Cruce for his stellar performance and runner-up finish.


  • Featured Image TOPMA Results – TXR 4/11/14

    The weather was nice in Kennedale America last night, a little windy, but nice overall. Twelve Pro Mod teams showed up to try their luck at the winner’s circle and here’s how everything unfolded after 2 rounds of qualifying:

    #1 Gaylen Smith – 4.092 at 171 mph (Low ET)
    #2 Steve Wiley – 4.095 at 165 mph
    #3 Eddie Roach – 4.321 at 171 mph
    #4 Tim Cruce – 4.356 at 150 mph
    #5 Kevin Hargett – 4.410 at 182 mph
    #6 Greg Green – 4.685 at 142 mph
    #7 Rodney Parks – 4.760 at 127 mph
    #8 Doug Morales – 4.895 at 115 mph
    #9 Chuck Poindexter – 4.936 at 156 mph
    #10 Darren Inman – 4.959 at 141 mph (Welcome back)
    #11 Charles Letteer – 5.086 at 127 mph
    #12 Perry Dunn – 6.590 at 65 mph

    First Round:

    Steve Wiley (W) 4.121 at 183 mph (.145 RT)
    Rodney Parks (RU) 5.377 at 96 mph (.044 RT)

    Rodney gets the holeshot advantage but it was all HEMI after that.

    Eddie Roach (W) 4.400 at 162 mph (.070 RT)
    Greg Green (RU) 4.600 at 146 mph (.002 RT) Best reaction time

    Greg Green did his job on the starting line but Eddie drove around for the win.

    Kevin Hargett (W) 4.343 at 186 mph (.053 RT) Top MPH
    Tim Cruce (RU) 4.358 at 165 mph (.073 RT)

    This was a close race on paper, an upset win. I didn’t see it because we were the next pair in the staging lanes but we heard the crowd erupt so we knew it was close, later to find out they were probably reacting to Hargett losing the back glass out of his car as a result of the inner-cooler blowing apart inside the car.

    Gaylen Smith (W) 4.226 at 145 mph (.052 RT)
    Doug Morales (RU) 5.099 at 105 mph (.058 RT)

    Both cars left almost together, Smith with the slight advantage, they were on and off the peddle with Gaylen taking the stripe first.


    Steve Wiley (W) 4.171 at 183 mph (.115 RT)
    Eddie Roach (RU) 8.218 at 55 mph (.045 RT)

    Eddie was away first but encountered tire shake and Wiley cruises by for the win.

    Gaylen Smith (W) 4.173 at 177 mph (.180 RT) Competition bye
    Kevin Hargett (RU) No Time

    Since we had a competition bye, we tried something a little different on the tune-up (which didn’t work by the way)! Went back to do normal routine maintenance on the car and found a broke rocker arm which in turn mushroomed a pushrod so we thrashed to get that fixed, borrowing one from Wiley, our competition for the final. Wiley also came down and helped us change it (I Love the TOPMA camaraderie).


    Steve Wiley (W) 4.093 at 183 mph (.022 RT)
    Gaylen Smith (RU) 4.157 at 154 mph (.118 RT)

    Wiley gets away first and never looks back taking the win. Congrats to Steve Wiley and Team TGR on their back to back wins. I also want to congratulate our team on their runner-up finish. After missing the first race of the season we were stoked to get back at it but it didn’t come without issues. We were fighting little demons every round and came away with a runner-up finish so we are very pleased.

    Photos can be seen at http://prostockcars.zenfolio.com/p1049342503