March 4, 2014 - The Winter Storm of 2014 brought racing to a close on Saturday night by causing the cancellation of Sunday's event, but Saturday's race was filled with steep competition making the points chase that much more intense. As the night came to a close the racing was intense and the competition at it's best, last weeks winners battling to get back to the top and competitors looking to bump them off the top spot!
RT Turbines Jr. Dragsters
Kicking off the second race of the season, there were a few upsets in the early rounds but two familiar faces pulled alongside each other in the final round of RT Turbines Jr. Dragsters. Justin and Tyler Poindexter moved through the competition again this week to have another Brother vs. Brother shootout in the finals. Justin got some payback from last week, taking the event win over brother, Tyler, with a .030 reaction time and running dead on his dial-in with a 7.927 @ 79.18mph. Tyler slows to an 8.018 @ 78.01mph off his 7.98 dial-in. Drew Mann Tracey, based out of Millington, TN, from the Motorvation Motorsports team was the lone semi-finalist of the evening, rounding out the RT Turbines Jr. Dragsters category.
First Race of the 2014 Summit Bracket Racing Series
presented by COMP Cams
Millington, TN (February 24, 2014) The sound of engines filled the air on the opening day of the Summit Bracket Racing Series presented by COMP Cams with over 100 entries on the day among four classes and not to mention test cars adding to the full day of racing. The skies were blue and the sun was shining, making great condition for the kick-off to the 14-race series. The cool temperatures allowed for great results as all the racers were eager to get their race cars out of the garage and down the track.
Paul Cartwright, Director of Race & Facility Operations said, "It was great to see all the racers back at the facility after what seemed to be such a long winter, it's been just over three months since we've run a race, it felt good today." Cartwright went on to say, "We couldn't have asked for a better start to what will be a great 14-race series for 2014."