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Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords
November 14, 2006
Current FFW Drag Radial points leader Hale Camerman qualified his '02 turbocharged Mustang in the top spot with an 8.06 at 177 mph, but came up short in his race to the stripe in the final round.
Current FFW Drag Radial points leader Hale Camerman qualified his '02 turbocharged Mustang
Dan Bott Jr. was amped up in Bristol, as the miniscule CFE Racing Street Bandit class featured him and one other contestant. Bott qualified number one with a 9.00 elapsed time and had Abbeville, South Carolina's Greg Beauford covered in the final by nearly a second.
Winner Dan Bott Jr. was amped up in Bristol, as the miniscule CFE Racing Street Bandit cl
Down on cubes compared to his Street Bandit com-petitor, Greg Beauford of Abbeville, South Carolina, stood his '86 GT on its back wheels, but a late reaction time and the lack of Bott-bashing horsepower relegated him to runner-up status.
Down on cubes compared to his Street Bandit com-petitor, Greg Beauford of Abbeville, South
With a nitrous-fed '00 Mustang GT that runs 7.80s on command, there isn't much that can keep Ronnie Wilson from taking the Precision Turbo Street Rene-gade championship this year. He extended his sizeable points lead with a win over Leesville, South Carolina's James Black.
Winner With a nitrous-fed '00 Mustang GT that runs 7.80s on command, there isn't much tha
Gina Gorman picked up Demo Kourtsis and Adam Louramore's championship-winning Drag Radial ride, changed the flames to a metallic raspberry, and bolted on a set of slicks to compete in Street Renegade. Gorman qualified Third with an 8.42, drove past Scotrod Pennington in Round 1, but was defeated by eventual winner Ronnie Wilson.
Gina Gorman picked up Demo Kourtsis and Adam Louramore's championship-winning Drag Radial
When fans see Tim Lynch's shredded Street Outlaw Mustang roll into the burnout box, they fully expect 6-second elapsed times from the twin-turbo machine. Lynch had been busy swapping out the 400-plus cubic-inch small-block for a 598-cube big-block, and itsfirst pass off the trailer was a low-7 second effort, followed by a 6.97 at 213-mph, number-one nabbing run. Unfortunately, the car wouldn't start after the burnout in Round 2, allowing Jared Brunner to advance. We're expecting far more performance from this new motor once the team has it sorted out.
When fans see Tim Lynch's shredded Street Outlaw Mustang roll into the burnout box, they f
The '05 ProCharger Street Outlaw champion, Bill Glidden, was back in action in Bristol, qualifying Second with a 7.18. Glidden's small-block, nitrous-fed GT moved past the twin-turbo big-block coupe of Brad Brand on a holeshot in Round 1, and he took out an off-the-pace James Keen in the second round. In the final, Jared Brunner of Radford, Virginia, was the first racer of the weekend to cut the Tree on Glidden, but problems downtrack led to the little black nitrous car passing for the win.
Winner The '05 ProCharger Street Outlaw champion, Bill Glidden, was back in action in Bri
Orange park, Florida's John Gullet had his 420ci Moody-powered, twin-turbo Mustang set on kill, knocking down 6.56, 6.57, and 6.55 elapsed times with relative ease. The 6.55 set him as number-one qualifier and gave him the bye run in the first round. Gullet stood on the loud pedal and charged to a 6.53, but things fell apart in the second round, when David Schorr's big-block-powered '04 Escort left the line first and took the stripe in the same manner.
Orange park, Florida's John Gullet had his 420ci Moody-powered, twin-turbo Mustang set on
Grain Valley, Missouri, resident David Schorr uses 815 ci of naturally aspirated power to get the job done in the Probe Pro ranks. Good reaction times and consistent performances have put him well ahead of his fellow competitors, and a victory over Chuck Samuel in the Probe Pro final round increased his points lead.
Winner Grain Valley, Missouri, resident David Schorr uses 815 ci of naturally aspirated p
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