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  • 2016 Final Points Standing

    Here are the final points standings after waiving one race. Congratulations to Steve Wiley and the TGR team for a well deserved win which broke our 5-year back to back streak. This will be a “treat” for the fans next year battling it out on the track. Can Wiley defend his title? Will Bob sneak in for the win? Will Gaylen bounce back and reclaim this throne? Will the Clark Bros. surprise them all and take it? Tune in next year!!!!

    1 Steve Wiley 485 -27 458
    2 Bob Alexander 448 -11 437
    3 Eric Clark 328 -11 317
    4 Gaylen Smith 324 -25 299
    5 Jay Ligon 224
    6 David Baldwin 171
    7 Chuck Poindexter 167
    8 Doug Riesterer 152
    9 EJ Hickl 135
    10 Eddie Roach 130
    11 Perry Dunn 128
    12 Wayne Welch 104
    13 Marc McClaskey 103
    14 James Satterwhite 83
    15 Kevin Hargett 71
    16 Rodney Parks 56
    17 Spencer Johnson 46
    18 Chad Green 39
    19 Bill Doucet 37
    20 Jeff Naiser 36
    21 Doug Morales 22
    22 Alfred Whiteside 11
    23 Harry Crane 11
    24 Brian Heath 11
    25 Dennis Sugrue 11
    26 James Shafer 11
    27 Travis Brandt 11
    28 Shannon Coan 11
    29 Frankie Taylor 10

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  • Points update after Texas Raceway, Oct. 8

    Points update after Texas Raceway, Oct. 8.

    1 Steve Wiley 450
    2 Bob Alexander 387
    3 Gaylen Smith 324
    4 Eric Clark 301
    5 Jay Ligon 177
    6 David Baldwin 171
    7 Chuck Poindexter 143
    8 EJ Hickl 135
    9 Eddie Roach 130
    10 Perry Dunn 128
    11 Doug Riesterer 124
    12 Wayne Welch 104
    13 Marc McClaskey 103
    14 James Satterwhite 83
    15 Kevin Hargett 71
    16 Rodney Parks 56
    17 Spencer Johnson 46
    18 Chad Green 39
    19 Bill Doucet 37
    20 Jeff Naiser 36


  • Points update after TXR 8/27

     

    1 Steve Wiley 343
    2 Bob Alexander 286
    3 Gaylen Smith 250
    4 Eric Clark 241
    5 David Baldwin 139
    6 EJ Hickl 124
    7 Jay Ligon 124
    8 Marc McClaskey 103
    9 Chuck Poindexter 93
    10 Wayne Welch 93
    11 Doug Riesterer 91
    12 Eddie Roach 91
    13 James Satterwhite 83
    14 Perry Dunn 80
    15 Kevin Hargett 71
    16 Spencer Johnson 46
    17 Bill Doucet 37
    18 Jeff Naiser 36
    19 Chad Green 28
    20 Rodney Parks 22
    21 Doug Morales 22
    22 Alfred Whiteside 11
    23 Harry Crane 11
    24 Brian Heath 11
    25 Dennis Sugrue 11
    26 James Shafer 11
    27 Travis Brandt 11
    28 Shannon Coan 11
    29 Frankie Taylor 10


  • Texas Raceway August 27 Results

    If you missed this race, you missed a good one. There were 9 different classes for all kinds of car enthusiasts. The Pro Mod/Renegade race originally scheduled for August 13 was rain delayed to August 27 which meant we ran our classes along with the Southwest Heritage Racing Association (SHRA). Mother Nature was a drag racing fan and that was evident by the very nice weather we had. After two rounds of qualifying in our series, here’s how everything unfolded.

    #1 Steve Wiley – 3.921 at 182 mph **Low ET Blown**
    #2 Gaylen Smith – 3.932 at 190 mph **Top MPH Blown**
    #3 Bob Alexander – 4.104 at 187 mph
    #4 Eric Clark – 4.145 at 157 mph **Best reaction time qualifying .004)
    #5 Chad Green – 4.212 at 172 mph **Low ET Nitrous**
    #6 David Baldwin – 4.275 at 173 mph **Top MPH Nitrous**
    #7 Eddie Roach – 4.547 at 165 mph
    #8 Wayne Welch – 4.743 at 156 mph
    #9 Chuck Poindexter – 4.789 at 156 mph
    #10 Spencer Johnson – 5.172 at 130 mph
    #11 James Satterwhite – NT
    #12 Perry Dunn – NT

    First Round:

    Steve Wiley (W) 4.549 at 110 mph (.070 RT)
    Wayne Welch (RU) 4.709 at 154 mph (.044 RT)

    Wiley looked like he ran a quarter mile in his 1/8 lane but still captures the win.

    Bob Alexander (W) 4.122 at 187 mph (.029 RT)
    David Baldwin (RU) 10.490 at 39 mph (.042 RT)

    David Baldwin shook the tires and coasted down track but Bob was on another consistent run and takes the win.

    Eric Clark (W) 4.356 at 150 mph (.076 RT)
    Chad Green (RU) 4.933 at 108 mph (.067 RT)

    Chad had a slight starting line advantage and was all over the track but Eric Clark powered by for the win.

    Eddie Roach (W) 4.322 at 166 mph (.017 RT)
    Gaylen Smith (RU) 4.635 at 108 mph (.212 RT)

    Eddie had a holeshot advantage but Gaylen was making up ground when the transmission jumped outta gear and Eddie got the win.

    Semi-Finals:

    Bob Alexander (W) 4.203 at 158 mph (.047 RT)
    Eddie Roach (RU) 4.421 at 169 mph (.026 RT)

    Eric Clark (W) 7.709 at 57 mph (.006 RT) **Best Reaction time Eliminations**
    Steve Wiley (RU) 4.421 at 128 mph (.031 RT)

    Steve should have been the winner of this race based on the numbers but he got way out of shape and crossed the center line giving the automatic win to Eric.

    Finals:

    Bob Alexander (W) 4.122 at 187 mph (.039 RT)
    Eric Clark (RU) 5.428 at 89 mph (.034 RT)

    Bob on another consistent run and consistency wins races. Congratulations to Team Pro Mod Bob for their victory and to Eric Clark and the Clark Bros. Team for their runner-up finish as well.

    Our hearts go out to the Ron Muncey family for their tragic loss. I didn’t know Ron personally but I had definitely heard of him. R.I.P. Mr. Muncey.

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  • Friday the 13th at Texas Raceway

    Friday the 13th brought out 16 Pro Mod teams to try and knock the Texas Grim Reaper from the top spot but would this night be just what the Reaper needed? A full moon at that. After two rounds of qualifying, here’s how everything unfolded.

    #1 Doug “The Mad Scientist” Riesterer – 3.977 at 186 mph
    #2 Steve “Texas Grim Reaper” Wiley – 4.003 at 194 mph
    #3 Bob “Team Bob” Alexander – 4.021 at 193 mph
    #4 Eric “Clark Bros.” Clark – 4.043 at 191 mph
    #5 Gaylen “Texas Bounty Hunter” Smith – 4.111 at 176 mph
    #6 Spencer “Cornbread” Johnson – 4.351 at 170 mph
    #7 Marc “The Boss” McClaskey – 4.406 at 170 mph
    #8 Doug Morales – 4.450 at 174 mph
    #9 David Baldwin – 4.503 at 163 mph
    #10 Harry “Macho Man” Crane – 4.616 at 138 mph
    #11 Brian Heath – 4.734 at 145 mph
    #12 Kevin Hargett – 5.009 at 168 mph
    #13 Wayne Welch – 5.055 at 157 mph
    #14 Rodney Parks – 5.177 at 145 mph
    #15 Chuck “Luvamaro” Poindexter – 5.218 at 157 mph *Best Reaction Time Qualifying (?) .019*
    #16 Perry Dunn – NT

    Before I go any further, I received the Q1 sheet twice so I don’t have the Q2 sheet to know if anyone bettered the .019 Chuck posted in Q1. Please let me know if you had better than a .019 RT in Q2.

    First Round:

    Bob Alexander (W) 4.190 at 156 mph (.025 RT)
    Spencer Johnson (RU) 5.725 at 102 mph (.081 RT)

    Bob was on a great run and then the parachute came out shortly after half track. Spencer had his own issues in the Smith Motorsports lane.

    Gaylen Smith (W) 3.910 at 183 mph (.077 RT)
    Eric Clark (RU) 4.745 at 114 mph (.020 RT)

    Eric left first but encountered tire shake and lifted, meanwhile, Gaylen was making a nice clean run for the win.

    Steve Wiley (W) 3.896 at 198 mph (.118 RT)
    Marc McClaskey (RU) 7.373 at 87 mph (.625 RT) Wake up Marc!

    Not sure what happened here but clearly Wiley was on a great run.

    Doug Riesterer (W) 3.905 at 188 mph (.084 RT) *Low ET Nitrous*
    Harry Crane (RU) 13.009 at 58 mph (1.140 RT)

    Again, not sure what happened but it didn’t much matter with the run Doug laid down. Harry Crane filled in for Doug Morales.

    Semi Finals:

    Steve Wiley (W) 3.894 at 199 mph (.065 RT) *Low ET & Top MPH Blown*
    Bob Alexander (RU) 7.323 at 61 mph (.000 RT) *Best Reaction Time Eliminations*

    It was over when Steve hit the skinny pedal. Bob did a bad job of red lighting (a perfect light).

    Doug Riesterer (W) 3.934 at 190 mph (.137 RT) *Top MPH Nitrous*
    Gaylen Smith (RU) 4.033 at 165 mph (.081 RT)

    Gaylen was out on Doug and he felt a vibration so he lifted and Doug was right there to snatch the win away.

    Finals:

    Steve Wiley (W) 4.824 at 114 mph (.068 RT)
    Doug Riesterer (RU) 9.399 at ?? mph (.059 RT)

    Doug’s car had a nitrous backfire at the hit and Steve was on and off the throttle claiming the win.

    Congrats to Steve Wiley and the entire TGR team for their well deserved victory on Friday the 13th. Congrats to Doug Riesterer for his runner-up finish as well. The TGR team also thanked everyone who bought a raffle ticket or a bake sale item or simply just donated to the Jaxon Anthony Foundation. The goodies were yummy! I had a few different items myself.

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