by Nate Van Wagnen; Photos by Tara Bowker Sun, 2020-10-11 14:40
Pro Nitrous veteran turned Pro Boost rookie Johnny Camp secured his first-ever Professional Drag Racers Association (PDRA) “660 Man” trophy Saturday night when he won PDRA DragWars presented by Modern Racing. Racing in Penske/PRS Pro Boost presented by WS Construction, Camp recorded a 3.693 at 203.16 mph on a single when final-round opponent James Beadling couldn’t fire up.
The event victories in the other professional classes went to multi-time event winners, as Jim Halsey (Switzer Dynamics Pro Nitrous), Johnny Pluchino (Liberty’s Gears Extreme Pro Stock), Wes Distefano ($hameless Racing Pro Outlaw 632) and Travis Davis (Drag 965 Pro Nitrous Motorcycle) also won.
In the sportsman classes, past world champions Donny “Hollywood” Urban and Kellan Farmer won in MagnaFuel Elite Top Sportsman presented by Tejas Borja and Lucas Oil Elite Top Dragster, respectively. JR Ward (MagnaFuel Top Sportsman 32) and Wallace Wilson (Lucas Oil Top Dragster) also won. Jarret Creech claimed the Edelbrock Bracket Bash win.
Coolshirt Pro Jr. Dragster finalists Nyckolas Shirkey and Ethan Steding both broke out on the 7.90 dial-in, but it was Shirkey’s 7.882 that won out over Steding’s 7.88. In Gilbert Motorsports Top Jr. Dragster, McKenzee Hogan grabbed a significant holeshot advantage, but broke out on her 9.61 dial-in with a 9.523, allowing Kamryn Love to get the win with a 9.068 on a 9.06 dial-in.
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