Woodburn Divisional

September 15 – 17th 2017:

Courtesy of NHRA Division 6

 

JML Motorsports – Joe Loch – Top Sportsman:

Launching the Camaro. Photo by Tony Hutchison

 

Edwards & Young Racing – Chris Young – Pro Bracket:

Tony Hutchison photo

 

Friday Update:

Joe Loch set a new personal best in the Q2 session, topped 213 MPH! 6.568 @ 213.11 MPH once again giving the JML Motorsports team the top spot in Top Sportsman qualifying!

 

TOP SPORTSMAN QUALIFYING:

1) Joe Loch, Renton, Wash., ’14 Camaro, 6.568 seconds, 213.11 mph
2) Mike Williams, Tilley, Alb., ’09 GXP, 6.883, 200.31
3) Paul Gladden, Tracy, Calif., ’70 Mustang, 6.910, 198.50
4) Craig Blaisdell, Anderson, Calif., ’14 Camaro, 6.975, 198.41
5) Don Sefton, Port Orchard, Wash., ’12 GXP, 7.010, 196.33
6) Terry Wilcox, Sumner, Wash., ’17 Camaro, 7.051, 197.10
7) Bobby Ray McMahan, Lodi, Calif., ’70 Cuda, 7.092, 193.96
8) Shawn Herbst, Selah, Wash., ’68 Firebird, 7.100, 195.35
9) Mike Ferderer, Buckley, Wash., ’06 Grand AM, 7.172, 188.60
10) John Tiegen, Grand Praririe, Alb., ’11 Cobalt, 7.227, 187.03

Saturday Update:

Chris ran a 10.55 @ 125.13 on his last qualifying pass. Joe went 6.59 @ 213.16. Now on to eliminations.

Chris won his 1st round peddling the car to take the win, Joe Loch broke out by .02 running a 6.580 @ 212 MPH with a .032 light in Top Sportsman ending his effort. On to Sunday eliminations as night fell on the track!

Sunday Update:

Chris lost in the 2nd round this morning when his competition cut a better reaction time. Chris ran an excellent 10.528 on a 10.52 dial, Paul did a good job with the dial-in considering it was the first hit of the day and racing into a headwind. Now to load up and get home safely! – Roger 

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About Roger

Driver of our ’57 Chev, Vietnam veteran (A Troop, 3/17th Air Cavalry Scout helicopter Line Chief and later Cobra Periodic Inspection team leader), retired ASE rated automotive mechanic. Roger became involved in drag racing during his high school days and after his stint in the Army ran E & F/MP [Modified Production] here in Division 6 before switching to bracket racing when the ’57 became obsolete for class racing. He often raced at Puyallup, Kent-Pacific Raceways, Bremerton, Portland & the original Mission, B.C. track.

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One Response to Woodburn Divisional

  1. avatar Roger Young says:

    $60 bucks for crew members, that seems a bit stiff !

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