PRO STICK Racing â

 

 

WELCOME!

 

Real Race Cars Have A Clutch!  By popular demand, in 1996 a few long time stick shift bracket racers got together and held a race at the famed 75-80 dragway in Maryland.  The class became known as Pro Stick.  Over the years since, this Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia based group continues to attract new cars and grow in spectator popularity.  This site is intended to provide information to our racers and fans.  For additional information, call 240-271-0876.

 

To purchase our popular "Real Race Cars” logo t-shirts, go to the Pro Stick Racing Facebook page and click on the 'shop' button.  You may also call / text 240-271-0876 to place an order.   

 

PRO STICK NEWS

The site was last updated on May 30, 2024

 

PRO / STICK for over 25 years going strong!!

 

Upcoming events:

 

Saturday June 15 – Stick Nationals at Farmington Dragway

(1/8 mile)(NO POINTS)

 

Saturday June 22 - Nostalgia at Mason-Dixon Dragway, Hagerstown, MD (rain date June 23)

1/8 mile

$1,000 to win ($50 entry fee)

See www.masondixondragway.com

 

 

 

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Points adjustment starting in 2023 - Each driver will receive 20 show up points per race regardless if the event is eighth or quarter mile.   As usual - you will get the show-up points for coming to the event with the intent of running with the group, even if you broke before eliminations.  Intent of running is indicated by bringing your car to the track, paying your entry fee, filling out/turning in a tech card, and NOT requesting a refund.  There are no refunds for breakage. 

 

        

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A new rule for 2022!  In the spirit of our group, monitoring run data, and based on that data, making real time changes during that same run to affect performance of the vehicle is prohibited.  This includes but is not limited to, no use of traction control, slew rate control, or ARC modules.  A random inspection of the vehicle may be done at any time.

 

Farmington Photos:  Todd Dziadosz is the official photographer at the Stick Nationals in Farmington.  See the photos at www.tdspeedshotz.com !  Please tell your Gear Jammer friends! 

 

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Please be mindful:

The first area to address is the use of social media such as Facebook or the like.  We do not need anyone from our group posting negative remarks of any type on social media regarding any track.  This is true for our group Facebook page as well as your personal page.  The bottom line is that negative remarks not only make the author look unprofessional, they are seen as a negative reflection on our entire group. 

 

The second topic is the use of alcohol at the track.  If racers choose to drink AFTER YOU LOST, that is your call, but please do so responsibly.  Again, please consider the reflection on yourself and on our entire group.  However, if a driver is caught drinking while still racing in competition, you will be immediately barred from racing with the group for life, period. 

 

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Continuing News:

 

1.  Bill Smith is a Racers for Christ Chaplain.  If you are in need of Bill’s services, please contact him at 717-479-8772. 

 

2.  RAM Clutches continues to sponsor our reaction award!! 

 

3.  SAFETY - We wish to stress the importance of safety.  The safety equipment is there for YOU.  Tighten your seat belts, strap your helmet firmly, wear your neck collar and other required equipment.  If your car runs in the eight second zone, strongly consider purchasing a Hans device.  It only takes one accident for a life changing event, don’t think it can’t happen to you.  Be proactive and protect yourself.

 

4.  Todd Dziadosz attends many events and our banquet.  He continues to send in either updated car pictures, or ones that had not been on the site before.  If you would like the photo of your car updated, please contact Todd through www.tdspeedshotz.com and he will take care of you, and check out his site for pictures! 

 

SPONSORS AND SUPPORTERS

 

Without the support of the people below our program would not be possible.  Please support those who support us, it is that simple.

 

Sponsors in alphabetical order within group:

 

Local Area Sponsors:

Commercial Graphics and Signage of Frostburg, MD  240-580-0681 Shawn Miller

ITI Trailers and Truck Bodies, Inc.  – Double L Motorsports 814-634-0080 Lenny Lottig

JSC Race Cars (James Smith) of New Oxford, PA  717-465-5400

Joe Bowman Auto Plaza –  www.joebowmanautoplaza.com

 

 

Performance Industry Company Sponsors:

Black Magic Clutches – Cale Aronson – www.blackmagicclutches.com

G-Force Transmissions – Cleona, PA www.gforcetransmissions.com

Liberty Transmissions – Taylor, MI www.libertysgears.com

Long Shifters – Cleona, PA www.gforcetransmissions.com

Mickey Thompson Tires – Stow, OH www.mickeythompsontires.com

RAM Clutches – Columbia, SC www.ramclutches.com

 

RAM Clutches sponsors the reaction time award.  Of those drivers appearing for first round, the person with the best reaction time during all time run sessions (further clarified under Bye Runs below) will receive $25.  The winner is posted on the board in Eric’s trailer, check after the second time run session.  Bring your time slip to the trailer if you think you qualify for the best reaction time.  The reaction time award applies only to runs made during the Pro Stick time run sessions that we make as a group.  Note: All time run sessions count toward the reaction award.

 

Also, RAM Clutches will provide gift certificates to the top five points finishers beginning with our 2024 season.  

 

Todd Dziadosz always has pictures of our cars on his site.  Please visit www.tdspeedshotz.com to view and purchase pictures of our cars.  There are pictures available from various events and the banquet. 

 

 

PRO STICK CLASS RULES AND SAFETY INFORMATION

 

WARNING

 

Drag racing is hazardous.  Injury to participants or spectators is possible in all areas of the racetrack.  Promoters, organizers, etc. assume no liability for injuries.  You are attending the event at your own risk.  Your attendance acknowledges your acceptance of all risks associated with racing, and releases all other parties from any liability.

 

Always keep your speeds down in the pit area to 5 MPH or less.  There are spectators, small children, golf carts, etc. moving around all the time, and they are not always paying attention.

 

1.  The vehicle must use a transmission that is clutch operated off of the starting line.  A clutchless type transmission is also permitted (Lenco type or similar).

 

2.  The class ET cut-off is 7.50 through 11.49 in the quarter mile.  (4.75 through 7.39 eighth mile)

 

RULE EXCEPTION for cars running 11.50 through 11.99 (7.40 through 7.65 1/8 mile).  These cars may run if you meet any one of the following criteria stated in 2a, 2b, or 2c.

 

2a)  If you traveled with the group from track to track running at least five events in 2007, and at least five events in 2008, you are grandfathered in and you may run.

 

2b)  If your car is a legal, currently registered NHRA or IHRA stock class car, you may run.

 

2c)  If your vehicle is a 1979 model year or older, you may run.

 

3.  The class will run on a five tenths bracket style full tree with handicap dial in.

 

4.  Absolutely no type of delay devices are permitted.  A delay device is ANY mechanism, electronic or otherwise, that can be adjusted to create ANY delay between the driver reacting to the tree, and the car moving forward.  For example, no pedal magnets with release buttons allowed.   

 

5.  MSD type ignition and/or 2 step / 3 step is permitted.

 

6.  No street legal tires are permitted on the rear axle.

 

7.  No dragsters allowed.

 

8.  No front wheel drive vehicles allowed.

 

9.  No hydraulic throw-out bearings with release buttons allowed.

 

10.  Once in eliminations, you must drive the same car in all rounds.  This rule does not apply to a run-off of a rain-out of a previous event.  

 

11.  Courtesy staging is recommended.  Wait until both cars are pre-staged before either car stages.

 

12.  NHRA, IHRA, or other host track sanctioning body, and local rules apply.

 

13.  Absolutely no use of drugs or alcohol will be tolerated. 

 

14.  The use of nitrous oxide is NOT permitted.

 

15.  In appreciation of our sponsors, it is suggested that their decals be displayed on both sides of the car.

 

16.  During random elimination rounds, once you pull in to the staging lanes and have secured your spot, do not move your car in an effort to avoid running any particular opponent, or in an effort to run a particular opponent.

 

17.  In the spirit of our group, monitoring run data, and based on that data, making real time changes during that same run to affect performance of the vehicle is prohibited.  This includes but is not limited to, no use of traction control, slew rate control, or ARC modules.  A random inspection of the vehicle may be done at any time.

 

 

ADDITIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION

 

It is the responsibility of the driver to take their car to the pre-race tech. Inspection.  The host track officials will check driver credentials/safety equipment, and vehicle safety equipment as described in the NHRA/IHRA/WDRA rulebook.  The track may disqualify any driver or vehicle for failure to meet these requirements.  All drivers must be a dues paying member of the sanctioning bodies of NHRA, IHRA, and WDRA.  The decision of host track officials regarding win/loss disputes, crossing of boundaries, or infractions of any rules (sanctioning body or local) is final.

 

Safety Suggestions For Your Own Good:

1.  If you are unfamiliar with a track, always look around before making any runs to get yourself familiar with the surroundings and operation of the track.  Pay special attention to the shut down area of the drag strip should any emergency type situation occur.

2.  Consider wearing a SFI neck collar no matter how fast your car is.

3.  Tighten down your seat AND shoulder belts before every run.  Loose belts will do you no good.  

 

Event Registration and Drivers Meeting:

The racer entry fee for most races will be $50 unless otherwise posted in the schedule section below.  The entry fee is paid at the gate.  Anyone can run with the group as long as they meet the specific track rules, and our group rules.  Check the white board in Eric’s trailer for pertinent information pertaining to each event.  You can locate the trailer by looking for the Pro / Stick Racing flag at the yellow Chevelle H118.  Make sure Eric knows you are at the track for tracking of your points. 

 

The drivers meeting is usually 10 minutes after second round of eliminations at Eric’s trailer, please plan accordingly.  First and second round of eliminations is always random pairings.  At the meeting, we will establish our race ladder sheet by drawing cards.  We use a bracket type ladder sheet as is used at local tracks. Lane choice may be discussed and determined by a coin flip.     

Bye Runs:  

 

Bye run for first round:  Of all cars appearing for first round of eliminations, the driver with the best reaction time during our time run session(s) will earn the potential bye run and $25 from RAM Clutches.  Both time run sessions count toward earning the potential first round bye, the best light regardless of which session earns it.  To determine a winner in the event of a tie – If there is a tie BETWEEN time run sessions, the first session driver gets the bye.  If there is a tie DURING the same session, we choose from those same drivers in the OTHER session (if we had only one session, the faster car gets the bye). Check the board in Eric’s trailer for the car number, especially if YOU had a good light, sometimes the track makes mistakes on the run sheets! 

 

 

During random rounds, if at the end of the line the bye run car has a car to race, the bye run car gets lane choice.  

 

Round two and beyond: the bye run goes to the winning driver having the best reaction time in the previous round.  If there is a tie, we look back to the previous round (or time session if need be) for those same drivers to determine the bye.

 

When we establish a pairing sheet, bye run cars go to the top of the sheet for the next round.

 

The bye run car should always pull to the designated bye run spot at a specific track.  Depending on specific track rules, bye run cars may or may not have to go down the track, but under full power is at the drivers option.  One bye run per car per event maximum.

 

Break Runs:  After the ladder has been established at the meeting, if a car cannot make a run, the competitor gets a single run and this does not count as a bye run. Single runs are conducted as stated in the sanctioning rulebook.

 

Win/Loss:  If you lose, you are out even if your competition breaks after you lost.  An example of an exception to this would be as stated in the sanctioning rulebook under disqualifications regarding crossing of boundaries (track officials make these calls).  Also, you or your crew must check your dial on the scoreboards before pre-staging.  Be proactive and be responsible, there have been cases where the track makes mistakes.  No reruns due to incorrect dial-ins. 

 

Rain:  Some races have a posted rain date on the schedule.  If no elimination rounds start, it can be expected that we will run the event on the posted rain date.  In the event of rain after eliminations start, a decision will be made depending on the particular situation.  Some example situations would include:

1.  If a few rounds have been completed, we will usually split the purse among the remaining drivers.

2.  If we are down to the last round or two, the purse may be split, or we may run the cars off at another date as decided on by the remaining drivers vote.  If we have a tied vote, the cars are to be run off at a later date. 

3.  If an early round starts and it rains before the round is complete, a decision will be made depending on the exact situation.  Winners so far during the round will receive their points. 

4.  If a late round starts and it rains before the round is complete, a decision will be made depending on the exact situation.  Winners so far during the round will receive their points.  Drivers still in will vote to make a decision.  If we have a tied vote, the cars are to be run off at a later date. 

 

Other:

Make sure Eric has your current address and car number.  Don’t use your engine size or the year of your car for your number.  That is not a unique idea and duplicate numbers show up in the computer.  Keep in mind that the track employees change.  They may not know how our program works.  Staging officials may need reminded that we are on a ladder, etc.  From time to time, tracks at the start of our first time trial will by mistake give us a Pro tree.  If that happens, do not go down the track.  Instead just back out, cut the engine off, inform the starter accordingly that we run on a full five tenths tree.  

 

Points:

There is no charge to join the points tracking program.  The points program is just for fun and bragging rights.  It is a good idea to track your own points and let Eric know if you think a mistake has been made.  Each driver receives 20 show-up points per event.  Each driver also receives 10 points for each round won including bye runs or singles if your competition broke.  The reaction winner of each event will receive 5 points. 

 

Additional points are awarded at each event as follows:

Ø      an extra 11 points to the winner

Ø      an extra 7 points to the runner-up

Ø      an extra 4 points for a semi-final loss

 

Breakage and/or Points: 

Let Eric know of breakage if you can not run.  You will get the show-up points for coming to the event with the intent of running with the group, even if you broke before eliminations.  Intent of running is indicated by bringing your car to the track, paying your entry fee, filling out/turning in a tech card, and NOT requesting a refund.  There are no refunds for breakage. 

 

Tie breaker rule to determine the series champion (if necessary):

If at the end of the season there are multiple drivers tied in points for the championship, we will determine the champion from those tied drivers by naming the driver with the most event wins throughout the season.  

 

 

2024 PRO STICK SCHEDULE

 

Event information:  All races are points races except Farmington.  Races are noted as being eighth mile or quarter mile, but we reserve the right to make changes due to weather conditions or other factors.     

 

 

 

Saturday February 24 – awards banquet in Boonsboro, MD.

 

RAINED OUT -Saturday May 11 at Sumerduck, Virginia (rain date May 12)

$1,000 to win, $50 entry fee

(1/8 mile)

See www.sumerduckdragway.com

 

Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26 at Beaver Springs Dragway, PA

$1,000 to win each day ($50 entry fee each day)

quarter mile

See www.beaversprings.com

 

Saturday June 15 – Stick Nationals at Farmington Dragway

(1/8 mile)(NO POINTS)

 

Saturday June 22 - Nostalgia at Mason-Dixon Dragway, Hagerstown, MD (rain date June 23)

1/8 mile

$1,000 to win ($50 entry fee)

See www.masondixondragway.com

 

Saturday July 13 – Capitol Raceway

(rain date July 14)

quarter mile

$1,000 to win ($60 entry fee)

See www.thecapitolraceway.com

 

Saturday July 20 – U.S.13 Dragway, Delmar, DE

(rain date July 21)

quarter mile

$1,000 to win ($50 entry fee)

See www.delawareracing.com

 

Saturday August 17 at Mason-Dixon Dragway, Hagerstown MD

(rain date August 18)

$1,000 to win ($50 entry fee)

1/8 mile

See www.masondixondragway.com

 

Saturday & Sunday, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 at Beaver Springs Dragway, PA

$1,000 to win each day ($50 entry fee each day)

quarter mile

See www.beaversprings.com

 

Saturday and Sunday Sept. 28 and 29 – Nostalgia at Keystone Raceway Park in New Alexandria, PA.

This is a UMTR / Pro Stick joint event. 

$1,200 to win each day ($60 entry per day)

1/8 mile

See www.keystoneracewaypark.com

 

Saturday October 5 at Sumerduck Virginia

(rain date Oct. 6)

$1,000 to win, $50 entry fee

(1/8 mile)

See www.sumerduckdragway.com

 

Season Finale - Saturday October 19 at Budds Creek, Maryland (no rain date)

$1,000 to win ($50 entry fee)

quarter mile

See www.racemdir.com 

 

Participation at our events:

All cars are welcome if you meet our rules as posted on this website.  There is no membership fee or dues, simply pay your entry per event at the gate.     

 

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2024 Pro Stick Series Race Results

 

 

 

 

Saturday May 25 At Beaver Springs:

55 cars for first round

Rained out after one round of eliminations

RAM Clutches reaction winner:  Chris Shaffer

 

Saturday May 26 At Beaver Springs:

45 cars for first round

Winner:  Tim LaRose

Runner-up:  Dave Slusher

Semi-finalist:  Rich Nye 

RAM Clutches reaction winner:  Ed Brady

 
 

 

2024 POINTS STANDINGS

COMING SOON

                       

                       

                       

                       

ITEMS FOR SALE / WANTED

 

 

 

Big Block Chevy Engine for sale:  454, GM crank, GM dimple rods, TRW pistons, open chamber heads, etc.  $4500.  Contact Marty 540-454-3182 for additional information.

 

 

Wanted:  Gears for a 57-64 Pontiac/Olds 9.3 rear.  5.57 or 5.88 ratio.  Contact Richard 434-298-7186. 

 

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RAM dual disc clutch setup part number 75-2125 with aluminum flywheel.  Contact billlumadue@yahoo.com for information.

 

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69 Nova For Sale:  14 point cage, Dana rear, Wilwood brakes, 383 small block, and much more.  Everything is new, car was never completed - $7,500 firm.  Call Joie at 304-258-5894 or 304-839-8216.

 

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Wayne Whittington’s 81 Camaro is for sale, ad revamped March of 2020:  Now for sale as a roller only.  The car is set up for a BB Chevy and a Lenco.  It is a square tube chassis with a funny car cage.  Asking $18,000 – call 540-877-2751 or 540-247-4903.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For Sale:  Miscellaneous Chevrolet parts for small-block & big-block. Heads, cranks, rods, pistons, etc.  Call for details.  304-839-8216 or 304-258-5894.

 

Mark Williams spools, gears and axles for Dana 60. Call for details.  303-839-8216/304-258-5894.

 

New Boninfante aluminum single disc clutch, complete for internally balanced motor. New in box $2,000. 304-839-8216.

 

1970 Chevelle Pro Street - best of everything call for details. 304 839-8216 or 258 5894.

 

1961 Chevy Biscayne 2-door sedan 409, 4-speed positraction rear end. Call for many more details 304-839-8216 or 304-258-5894.

 

 

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For Sale:  GForce clutchless 5-speed GF-5R with magnesium case for sale.  $4,500 – call 902-661-2663 for information.

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Joie McCumbee’s Chevelle is for sale, making room for a new car.  The Chevelle is being sold less engine.  Call Joie at 304-258-5894 for more information.

 

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PRO STICK CARS!

 

Various photos below are courtesy of either Todd Dziadosz or Gordon Gipe.

 

2023 Pro Stick Series Champion!

Dan Hoyler – 4 time series champion

 

 

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2022 Pro Stick Series Champion - Danny Hutton

 

 

 

Number 2 in 2022 is Eric Kitchen – five time series champion

 

 

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2021 Series Champion and number 3 in 2022:  Colton Kirchner

 

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Number 4 in 2022 is Fred Leyland

 

 

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Number 5 in 2022 is Codey Clites

 

 

 

Number 6 in 2022 is the 2019 series champion Gregg ‘bull’ Corbin

 

 

 

 

Number 7 in 2022 is Ted McGann – two time series champion (2003 and 2004)

 

 

 

 

 

Number 8 in 2022 - Matt Bergenstock

 

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Number 10 in 2022 is Clark Knudsen

 

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Number 2 in 2021 is the series champion from 2012, Mark Charcalla

 

 

 

Number 4 in 2021 is the 2014 series champion Andy Charcalla

 

 

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Dave Slusher is number 5 in 2021

 

 

 

 

 

Number 6 in 2021 is Mr. Mark Charcalla

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number 7 in 2021

 

Derrick Clites

 

 

 

Number 9 in 2021 is the 2002 champ Russ White

 

 

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Number 10 in 2021 is the 2020 champ Chris Shaffer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ronnie Ward – number 5 in 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number 10 in 2020 is our first ever series champion in 1997

Tim Riggleman

 

 

 

 

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Number 9 in 2019 is Clarence Ford

 

 

 

 

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Larry Carasea 2018 Series Champion

 

 

 

Number 2 in 2018 is James Smith – two time series champion Gforce Mustang

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number 6 in 2018 is Dean Leyh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number 10 in 2018 is John Soltes

 

 

 

 

 

Number 7 in 2016 is Amanda Rupprecht

 

 

 

 

 

Number 9 in 2016 is Lynn Umberger

 

 

 

Number 10 in 2016 is Bink Rhodes

 

 

 

 

 

 Leonard Long in the Gforce Mustang

 

 

 

 

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Number 3 in 2015 is the 2010 series champion Ed Brady

 

 

 

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Number 4 in 2015 is Terry Brandt

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number 3 in 2014 is Bill Marks in his seven second Olds!

 

 

 

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Number 5 in 2014 is Merv Moyer

 

 

 

 

Number 6 in 2014 is Bryan Wetzel

 

 

 

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Number 7 in 2014 is Gordon Foose

 

 

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Number 10 in 2014 is John Whorton

 

 

 

 

 

 

Number 4 in 2012 is Robert Cook

 

 

 

 

 

Number 6 in 2012 is Austin Lilley

 

 

 

 

 

2011 Pro Stick Series Champ – George Kull

 

 

Bill Marks

 

 

 

 

 

Barry Parson – number 7 in 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike Rowe – number 3 in points for 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kevin Wines  – number 7 in points for 2009

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Hillier – Number 9 in points for 2009, 2005 points series runner-up

 

 

 

 

 

Number 2 man for 2008, and 2000 series points champ – Ron Settles

 

 

 

 

 

Wayne Whittington – number 4 in points for 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Michael (Desert) Ford – two way tie for number 9/10 in points in 2008

 

 

Andy Stone – Number 2 in points in 2007

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Evans – Always a crowd favorite!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2006 points series runner-up Marvin Blume

 

 

 

 

 

Tommy Hennigan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tommy Leopold in his beautiful 8-second Corvette

 

 

 

 

 

Jim Martz in his 8-second Malibu

 

 

 

 

Rich Horton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Theodore Taylor Sr.

 

 

 

Jay Jenkins in ‘Snoopy’

 

 

 

 

 

“The Gentleman” Craig Goods

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ted ‘Smokey’ Taylor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fred House

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Joe White

 

 

 

Lonnie Ewing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ron Miller

 

 

 

 

 

Glenn Russell

 

 

 

Al Matteucci

 

 

 

 

Chuck Gassmann driving Eric Massey’s beautiful Camaro

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jeremy Wible’s Camaro

 

 

 

 

Harold Duffin’s Chevy II

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ernest Oehm’s clean Camaro

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rick Holladay

 

 

 

 

 

Charlie Baesch – 64 GTO

 

Wayne Pope

 

 

Sam Freels

 

 

 

 

Shane Kline

 

 

 

Dave Shives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Schnoke Brothers

 

 

 

 

Craig Jernigan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bill Belden

 

 

 

 

Kevin Baker

 

 

 

 

Dennis Henry

 

 

 

 

Matt DeShong

 

 

 

Matt Kuhlman

 

 

 

 

Terry Wetzel

 

 

 

Jim Bowman

 

 

 

 

Mark Frank

 

 

 

Jeremy Moyer

 

 

 

Randy Tibbins

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rich Nye

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Petit Demange

 

 

 

 

 

Mark Stafford

 

 

 

Mark Fraley

 

 

 

 

 

 

Billy Gimbel

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gary Conte

 

 

 

Jim Soresi

 

 

 

 

Jeff Twigg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bruce Meacham

 

 

 

Jim Stugart

 

 

 

Barry Ehrhart

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matt Walter

 

 

 

Galen Geesaman

 

 

 

Ted Shaffer

 

 

 

Craig Grubb

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paul Hillier

 

 

 

Ritchie Burns

 

 

 

Dave Snook

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greg Lorsbach

 

 

 

Gary Wisecarver

 

 

 

Shannon Wisecarver

 

 

 

Rickey Palmer

 

 

 

John Haislip

 

 

 

Mike Strickler

 

 

 

David Phelps

 

 

 

Kevin Murphy

 

 

 

 

Howie Crosten

 

 

 

 

 

John Voshell

 

 

 

Dave Wilson

 

 

 

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Bill Smith

 

 

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Ronnie Hite

 

 

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Frank Dean

 

 

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Rodney Price

 

 

 

Brian Barker

 

 

 

Paul ‘Tater’ Kuhn

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Larry Deremer

 

 

 

Raleigh Johnson

 

 

 

Tyler Bergenstock

 

 

 

Rick Nicolau

 

 

 

Larry Smith

 

 

 

Bobby Cooper

 

 

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Jay Jenkins

 

 

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Scott Upole

 

 

 

Harry Golliday in the Weber/Golliday “Wild Child” AMX

 

 

 

Doral Short

 

 

 

Jon Gunter

 

 

 

Tim LaRose

 

 

 

Ron LaRose

 

 

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