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Motor Mile May 26th 2008

The Memorial Day race at Motor Mile Dragway was a big success with K92's Monica Brooks taking a ride in Junkyard Dog Terry Harris' 67 Chevy II and we saw several new cars in both classes.   

James Bishop won his first race after working his way through a tough field of competitors.  He was loaded for bear in the finals going against Jon Rittenhouse in his bad to the bone brand new 90 Mustang LX hatchback.  Jon beat himself by forgetting to arm the nitrous in his first ever final. Expect to see him in plenty more finals with his new bullet. He posted the fastest pass of the day of a 5.49 and backed it up with consistent 5.50 passes and there is plenty left in it.  Fast Eddie Plybon in his usual fashion nabbed best reaction time with a .002 light. If there was points for second best reaction, he would have got that too with his .009.

The spectators could barely tell the difference in the 2 classes with the True Street cars destroying the 660' with strong 6 second passes all day.  Young gun D.J. Thompson showed his stones again taking fastest ET with a 6.36 and reaction time of .057 then going to the finals.  D.J. fell to newcomer Brian Turner in the finals with the closest pass in King of the Streets history. Both cars crossed the stripe with a 6.40.  Check out King of the Streets TV for race footage and all the bumper draggin action.



Street Race winner James Bishop