MM&FF True Street Top 25 and Winners
|1||Dave Salardino||9.18||Overall Winner|
|2||Stephen Harvey||9.57||Overall Runner-up|
|3||Michael Wagner||10.07||10-Second Winner|
|11||Marlon Smith||11.34||11-Second Winner|
|15||Mike Collins||12.12||12-Second Winner|
|23||Lynn Fisher||13.01||13-Second Winner|
|32||Ed Collins||14.03||14-Second Winner|
|41||Tara Musolino||15.02||15-Second Winner|
Harry Cronce has a mild 306ci...
Harry Cronce has a mild 306ci engine with ported E7 heads under the hood of his 'vert. Unfortunately, something broke after two rounds and he didn't make a third pass.
Mike Jovanis couldn't finish...
Mike Jovanis couldn't finish his mid-9-second '89 Mustang GT in time for Atco, so he dusted off his '93 SVT Cobra. The Cobra is old-school with a B-303 camshaft and Vortech B-trim supercharger. Jovanis knocked off an 11.82 three-run average.
JDM Engineering scrambled...
JDM Engineering scrambled after the NMRA stop at Atlanta Dragway to convert its '10 Mustang shop car into a Roush Stage 3. Chris Parisi once again drove the JDM ride in Super Stang competition, but lost in the quarterfinals. The 281ci engine has a Roush TVS blower, and JDM-ported heads and cams, which helped it run a best of 10.41 at 132 mph.
Jason Lee (near lane) of PTP...
Jason Lee (near lane) of PTP Racing beat Enzo Pecchini in the finals of BFGoodrich Drag Radial, 7.94 at 179 mph to 8.02 at 178 mph. Lee reset both ends of the record with a jaw-dropping 7.87 and insanely fast 180-mph speeds. He runs a ProCharger F1R supercharger in a class dominated by turbocharged entries.
Brent Blacker soloed for the...
Brent Blacker soloed for the win in Trick Flow Specialties Open Comp when David Woodside couldn't get his '84 T-bird to fire in the staging lanes. Blacker would have been tough to beat, as he ran a 10.44 on a 10.44 dial-in in the finals, putting him on top of the 28-car field.
The third '11 5.0L Mustang...
The third '11 5.0L Mustang in NMRA competition belongs to Ryan Shaller. He is credited with scoring the first round win with a new 5.0L powerplant under the hood in NMRA history and perhaps in all of organized drag racing. He went all the way to the semifinals in JDM Engineering Super Stang, where he lost to Lloyd Mikeska. The auto-equipped 5.0L ran strong, with 12.80 performances using nothing more than a pair of sticky rear tires.