Cory Penton ran 10.16 in the first round and got progressively slower. It wasn't because his wild '03 Cobra was broken; it was that the car was too fast and he needed to have an NHRA 9-second license. Penton runs a Four-Valve Cobra engine, built by MV Performance, with a ProCharger F1R blower. A chain broke on Friday during test and tune, so the guys at All-Stock Performance in Fort Meyers, Florida, fixed the problem and got him back to Bradenton in time for True Street on Saturday. The car is said to be 8-second capable--it made over 1,000 hp at the tires.