Northstar Dragway, Kizlinski & McNeal crowned champions

Monday October 12, 2009 – The 2009 Summit ET Finals for Division 4 were completed today at Texas
Motorplex, crowning the year’s champions, and deciding who will represent
the Land of the Good Guys at Pomona in the year end showdown for the grass
roots racer.

James Mc Neal, Paris, TX,  captured Super Pro eliminator over Austin
Williams,, then defeated Lynn Doty for the spot at Pomona during the AAA
Finals.   November 12-15, 2009.

Jason Kizlinski, Midlothian, representing the Motorplex Mad Dogs captured
the No Electronics-Street Crown.

In the Team points competition, North star Dragway, Denton, TX, captured
their first title over Wichita Raceway and Texas Raceway, Kennedale, TX,
finished third.

Full details can be found on NHRA.com


Sunday October 11, 2009 – The South Central Division Summit ET Finals has been postponed until Monday October 12 due to weather.  We will resume racing beginning with ET Street at 9am Monday October 12, 2009.


Saturday
ENNIS, Texas (Oct. 10, 2009) – Racing is complete for the day at the NHRA Summit Racing Series South Central Division Finals at Texas Motorplex.  Competitors had one time trial before beginning first round of eliminations.  The top points earners from each track also ran in the Race of Champions, a race within a race.

Albert Rodriguez of Edinburg, Texas, racing for Edinburg Int’l Racetrack, scored the win the Electronics category, beating Justin Albritton of West Monroe, La., who was unable to make the call.  In the No Electronics class, Colton Vassar, of Kennedale, Texas, representing Texas Raceway, drove his ’82 Malibu to the winner’s circle, defeating Houston Raceway Park racer Jay Robinson of Santa Fe, Texas, who wheeled his ’73 Nova.  The winner in the High School Race of Champions was Dylan King of Norman, Okla., racing for Thunder Valley Raceway.  He ousted Ashley Lawson, Blossom, Texas, running for Paris Dragstrip.

In other racing action, in the Track Manager’s race, Edinburg Int’l Racetrack’s Isaac Ebrom knocked out the manager for Texas Raceway, Jeff Hefler.

Eliminations in the NHRA Summit Racing Series South Central Division Finals continue Sunday.  Racers in six classes will compete for team and individual honors.

Following are the Race of Champions results from the NHRA South Central Division Summit Racing Series Finals:

ELECTRONICS
Albert Rodriguez, Edinburg, Texas, Edinburg Int’l Racetrack, dragster, took the green light def.
Justin Albritton, W. Monroe, La., Twin City Dragway, dragster, broke

NO ELECTRONICS
Colton Vassar, Kennedale, Texas, Texas Raceway, ’82 Malibu, 7.784, 86.04 def.
Jay Robinson, Santa Fe, Texas, Houston Raceway Park, ’73 Nova, 7.048, 96.48

HIGH SCHOOL
Dylan King, Norman, Okla., Thunder Valley Raceway Park, ’66 Chevelle, 8.248, 79.50  def.
Ashley Lawson, Blossom, Texas, Paris Dragstrip, ’90 Mustang, 8.408, 80.51

MANAGER’S RACE
Isaac Ebrom, Edinburg, Texas, Edinburg Int’l Racetrack, ’04 Ram, 10.251, 67.54 def.
Jeff Hefler, Ft. Worth, Texas, Texas Raceway, ’72 Chevette, 11.365, 58.26


Friday
ENNIS, Texas (Oct. 9, 2009) – Although the day started out cold and rainy, once the storm passed it was time to race at the NHRA South Central Division Summit Racing Series Finals at Texas Motorplex.  The top bracket racers in the division have converged on the track to vie for individual and team honors and a share of the purse worth nearly $30,000 as well as an opportunity to run for a national championship against the winners from NHRA’s other six divisions at the NHRA Finals in Pomona, Calif., in November.  The national champions in each of the four classes will get a winner-take-all $5,000 payday.

NHRA South Central Division Summit Racing Series Finals feature racers six categories — Super Pro, Pro, No-Electronic Quick, No-Electronic Street and Motorcycle as well as a High School category.  The winners in the top four categories will advance to compete in Pomona.  (There will be a run-off between the winners in Super Pro and Pro to determine who will go to Pomona.)

Racers made time trial runs today and are slated for one more tomorrow before heading into eliminations.  Round one is scheduled for Saturday and the rest will run on Sunday.

Saturday’s action will also feature the Race of Champions, a race within a race where the top points earning drivers from each track square off in head-to-head competition.

For schedule and ticket information visit www.TexasMotorplex.com.

Below are tracks that participate in the South Central Division Summit Racing Series Finals:

•    Edinburgh Int’l Racetrack, Edinburgh, Texas
•    Hobbs Motorsports Park, Hobbs, New Mexico
•    Houston Motorsports Park, Houston, Texas
•    Houston Raceway Park, Baytown, Texas
•    Lubbock Dragway, Lubbock, Texas
•    Memphis Motorsports Park, Memphis, Tennessee
•    No Problem Raceway, Belle Rose, Louisiana
•    North-Star Dragway, Denton, Texas
•    Paris Dragstrip, Paris, Texas
•    San Antonio Raceway, Marion, Texas
•    Sooner Motorplex, Lawton, Oklahoma
•    Texas Motorplex, Ennis, Texas
•    Texas Raceway, Kennedale, Texas
•    Thunder Valley Raceway Park, Noble, Oklahoma
•    Twin City Dragway, Monroe, Louisiana
•    Wichita Raceway Park, Wichita Falls, Texas

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Hight, Schumacher, Anderson and Arana Win

ENNIS, Texas – Robert Hight continued his impressive post-season performance by racing to the Funny Car victory Sunday at the O’Reilly Super Start Batteries NHRA Fall Nationals presented by Castrol Syntec.

Tony Schumacher (Top Fuel); Greg Anderson (Pro Stock); and Hector Arana (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also were winners in their respective categories at the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series event.

Hight, who barely advanced to the Countdown to 1, has now won the first two of the six championship playoff events. He defeated Jack Beckman in the final-round at the Texas Motorplex, after outrunning Leif Helander, Tim Wilkerson and Ashley Force Hood in earlier rounds. Last weekend he beat Matt Hagan in the final-round to win the NHRA Carolinas Nationals near Charlotte, N.C.

“The first two weeks of the Countdown couldn’t have been any better for us,” said Hight, who posted a 4.218 second run at 296.44 mph in his Auto Club Ford Mustang, to hold off Beckman’s Valvoline/Mail Terminal Services Dodge Charger in the final, which finished in 4.271 at 292.58. “We won them and went from worst to first, so it’s very exciting for me. It’s something I never thought was going to happen. I never lost faith in my team. You dream big, but this is huge.”

With the win, Hight moved into the series lead for the first time this season. Entering the final race of the regular season, Hight was 12th in the point standings and in jeopardy of not making the playoffs.

“This is probably the best race car I’ve ever had,” Hight said. “We’ve won races and been close to winning the championship, but we’ve never been this dominant, this consistent, this steady; it’s going down the racetrack every run.”

Schumacher defeated rival Larry Dixon in the Top Fuel final. Schumacher finished in 3.944 at 312.86 in his U.S. Army dragster for his fifth win of the season and 61st of his career, while top qualifier Dixon trailed with a 4.232 at 225.18 in his Al-Anabi Racing dragster. With the victory, Schumacher, who has won the last five Top Fuel season titles and six overall, moved back into the points lead.

“This was huge,” said Schumacher, who advanced to the final by outrunning T.J. Zizzo, Antron Brown and Spencer Massey in the first three rounds. “Beating Larry Dixon and Alan Johnson and my old team is just special; if you can’t rise to the occasion against guys like that who you know are great like that, you don’t belong in here racing cars.”

Anderson claimed his first playoff victory and second win of the season in Pro Stock by driving his Summit Racing Pontiac GXP to a 6.684 at 207.11 to hold off former Funny Car racer Johnny Gray, who earned his second runner-up finish this season with a 6.713 at 206.64 in his Johnny Gray Racing Dodge Stratus.

Anderson qualified fifth and beat former employer Warren Johnson, Allen Johnson and top qualifier and series points leader Mike Edwards in a critical semifinal round.

“I can’t remember stealing one like we did today,” said Anderson of his 59th career victory. “I didn’t exactly wake up this morning brimming with confidence because Mike Edwards is making us all look bad. We like to be the performance leader and we’re not, and it’s driving us nuts. It certainly wouldn’t have been a big shock to exit early today. We just fought and clawed and found a way to win all four rounds and, honestly, if we had another first-round loss today we probably would have been done for the Countdown.”

Despite beating Edwards in the semis, Anderson only earned 26 points on the leader since Edwards earned the 12 maximum bonus points during qualifying, giving him 90 points for the weekend in his A.R.T. / Young Life GXP.

“We found a way to win today and bought ourselves a little time to try to find some performance in this car and get to where Mike Edwards is, or get closer to him,” Anderson said. “It feels good to win the race because, even though you can’t win the Countdown in the first race or two, you certainly can lose it.”

In Pro Stock Motorcycle, Arana raced to his third consecutive victory and fifth of the season with a final-round performance of 6.979 at 190.67 on his Lucas Oil Buell to hold off championship rival and defending world champ Eddie Krawiec, who finished in 7.005 at 190.43 on his Screamin’ Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson. With the win, Arana increased his series lead to 27 over Krawiec.

“I’m really pleased with the performance of the bike and this S&S motor,” said Arana, who defeated Joe DeSantis, David Hope and three-time world champ Andrew Hines in the first three rounds. “It’s a helluva piece, and (Pro Stock driver) Larry Morgan’s guys are working hard to keep me winning rounds and races and the title, something we’ve always dreamed of. My team never slowed down, even in 90 degrees of heat. They just worked so hard. I have to thank Lucas Oil for sticking with me and believing in me, and allowing me to grow with them. It’s amazing how everything has turned around for me to win five races this season; now I just need to win three more and I’ll be good. I really don’t want to focus on the championship, just about getting the motor ready and going to Memphis.”

The NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series championship playoffs continue next weekend (Oct. 2-4) with the O’Reilly Mid-South Nationals at Memphis (Tenn.) Motorsports Park.

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ENNIS, Texas — Final finish order (1-16) for professional categories at the 24th annual O’Reilly Super Start Batteries NHRA Fall Nationals presented by Castrol Syntec at Texas Motorplex. The race is the 20th of 24 events in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series.
TOP FUEL:
1. Tony Schumacher; 2. Larry Dixon; 3. Spencer Massey; 4. Shawn Langdon; 5. Brandon Bernstein; 6. Antron Brown; 7. Cory McClenathan; 8. Morgan Lucas; 9. Bob Vandergriff; 10. Terry Haddock; 11. Clay Millican; 12. Mike Bowers; 13. T.J. Zizzo; 14. Doug Kalitta; 15. Steve Torrence; 16. Mike Strasburg.
FUNNY CAR:
1. Robert Hight, Ford Mustang; 2. Jack Beckman; 3. Jerry Toliver; 4. Ashley Force Hood; 5. John Force; 6. Tim Wilkerson; 7. Mike Neff; 8. Bob Tasca III; 9. Tony Pedregon; 10. Del Worsham; 11. Ron Capps; 12. Cruz Pedregon; 13. Jeff Arend; 14. Grant Downing; 15. Matt Hagan; 16. Leif Helander.
PRO STOCK:
1. Greg Anderson, Pontiac GXP; 2. Johnny Gray; 3. Jeg Coughlin; 4. Mike Edwards; 5. Ron Krisher; 6. Allen Johnson; 7. Rodger Brogdon; 8. Matt Hartford; 9. Kurt Johnson; 10. Greg Stanfield; 11. Warren Johnson; 12. Jason Line; 13. Tom Hammonds; 14. Steve Spiess; 15. Larry Morgan; 16. V. Gaines.
PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE:
1. Hector Arana; 2. Eddie Krawiec; 3. Andrew Hines; 4. Matt Smith; 5. David Hope; 6. Douglas Horne; 7. Angie McBride; 8. Michael Phillips; 9. Karen Stoffer; 10. Junior Pippin; 11. Steve Johnson; 12. Mike Berry; 13. Redell Harris; 14. Craig Treble; 15. Shawn Gann; 16. Joe DeSantis.

ENNIS, Texas — Sunday’s final results from the 24th annual O’Reilly Super Start Batteries NHRA Fall Nationals presented by Castrol Syntec at Texas Motorplex. The race is the 20th of 24 in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series:
Top Fuel — Tony Schumacher, 3.944 seconds, 312.86 mph def. Larry Dixon, 4.232 seconds, 225.18 mph.
Funny Car — Robert Hight, Ford Mustang, 4.218, 296.44 def. Jack Beckman, Dodge Charger, 4.271, 292.58.
Pro Stock — Greg Anderson, Pontiac GXP, 6.684, 207.11 def. Johnny Gray, Dodge Stratus, 6.713, 206.64.
Pro Stock Motorcycle — Hector Arana, Buell, 6.979, 190.67 def. Eddie Krawiec, Harley-Davidson, 7.005, 190.43.
Top Alcohol Dragster — Marty Thacker, 5.372, 265.43 def. Shawn Cowie, 5.418, 265.74.
Top Alcohol Funny Car — John Lombardo Jr., Chevy Camaro, 5.691, 252.61 def. Alexis De Joria, Ford Mustang, 5.861, 242.54.
Competition Eliminator — Bruno Massel, Chevy Cobalt, 7.455, 145.66 def. Tom Schmidt, Chevy S-10, 9.291, 110.41.
Super Stock — Bryan Chaney, Chevy Camaro, 10.207, 124.43 def. Bobby Dennis, Olds Calais, 10.949, 114.38.
Stock Eliminator — Monty Bogan, Pontiac Firebird, 10.331, 126.96 def. Kevin Helms, Chevy Camaro, 10.574, 124.67.
Super Comp — Lloyd Parfait, Dragster, 8.887, 168.70 def. Mark Powers, Dragster, 8.876, 172.83.
Super Gas — David Jones, Pontiac Firebird, 9.906, 157.76 def. Roger Warren, Olds Cutlass, 9.892, 153.20.

ENNIS, Texas — Final round-by-round results from the 24th annual O’Reilly Super Start Batteries NHRA Fall Nationals presented by Castrol Syntec at Texas Motorplex, the 20th of 24 events in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series:
TOP FUEL:
ROUND ONE — Brandon Bernstein, 3.948, 275.56 def. Steve Torrence, 5.376, 44.62; Spencer Massey, 3.931, 305.42 def. Bob Vandergriff, 3.911, no speed; Shawn Langdon, 3.911, 309.13 def. Clay Millican, 4.051, no speed; Antron Brown, 3.911, 312.78 def. Terry Haddock, 3.985, 300.20; Larry Dixon, 3.884, 308.64 def. Mike Bowers, 4.170, 234.78; Morgan Lucas, 4.188, 215.20 def. Mike Strasburg, 5.625, 124.56; Tony Schumacher, 3.884, 316.60 def. T.J. Zizzo, 4.627, 173.65; Cory McClenathan, 4.127, 265.95 def. Doug Kalitta, 5.150, 147.65;
QUARTERFINALS — Massey, 3.942, 304.67 def. Lucas, 4.758, 161.96; Langdon, 4.236, 237.96 def. McClenathan, 4.403, 190.14; Dixon, 3.938, 308.85 def. Bernstein, 3.954, 309.70; Schumacher, 3.915, 315.49 def. Brown, 4.113, 266.00;
SEMIFINALS — Dixon, 3.957, 308.28 def. Langdon, 5.037, 154.92; Schumacher, 3.960, 310.91 def. Massey, 4.363, 219.44;
FINAL — Schumacher, 3.944, 312.86 def. Dixon, 4.232, 225.18.

FUNNY CAR:
ROUND ONE — Jack Beckman, Dodge Charger, 4.241, 292.77 def. Matt Hagan, Charger, 5.704, 124.03; Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 4.177, 297.22 def. Tony Pedregon, Chevy Impala, 4.300, 266.69; Jerry Toliver, Chevy Monte Carlo, 4.277, 290.38 def. Jeff Arend, Toyota Solara, 4.920, 211.06; Robert Hight, Mustang, 4.202, 297.75 def. Leif Helander, Chevy Camaro, 5.889, 131.65; John Force, Mustang, 4.250, 300.53 def. Grant Downing, Monte Carlo, 5.008, 160.50; Ashley Force Hood, Mustang, 4.197, 296.89 def. Del Worsham, Solara, 4.631, 232.87; Mike Neff, Mustang, 4.294, 286.50 def. Cruz Pedregon, Solara, 4.772, 179.28; Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 4.212, 288.64 def. Ron Capps, Charger, 4.685, 222.33;
QUARTERFINALS — Beckman, 4.219, 294.11 def. Force, 4.271, 289.63; Hight, 4.224, 295.01 def. Wilkerson, 4.311, 283.49; Toliver, 4.354, 289.45 def. Tasca III, 4.588, 261.17; Force Hood, 4.245, 296.83 def. Neff, 4.582, 199.26;
SEMIFINALS — Beckman, 4.546, 218.55 def. Toliver, 4.555, 214.01; Hight, 4.270, 288.46 def. Force Hood, 5.984, 108.80;
FINAL — Hight, 4.218, 296.44 def. Beckman, 4.271, 292.58.

PRO STOCK:
ROUND ONE — Ron Krisher, Chevy Cobalt, 6.681, 207.53 def. Greg Stanfield, Pontiac GXP, foul; Johnny Gray, Dodge Stratus, 6.673, 207.30 def. Larry Morgan, Stratus, 6.723, 207.27; Rodger Brogdon, GXP, 6.691, 206.95 def. Kurt Johnson, Cobalt, 6.688, 207.27; Greg Anderson, GXP, 6.680, 206.89 def. Warren Johnson, GXP, 6.695, 207.66; Allen Johnson, Stratus, 6.666, 207.40 def. Tom Hammonds, Cobalt, 6.699, 206.32; Mike Edwards, GXP, 6.629, 208.14 def. V. Gaines, Stratus, 6.751, 204.23; Matt Hartford, Stratus, 6.751, 205.04 def. Jason Line, GXP, 6.697, 205.98; Jeg Coughlin, Cobalt, 6.681, 206.76 def. Steve Spiess, Cobalt, 6.705, 206.13;
QUARTERFINALS — Coughlin, 6.676, 207.40 def. Brogdon, 6.692, 206.83; Gray, 6.699, 207.08 def. Hartford, foul; Anderson, 6.676, 207.40 def. A. Johnson, 6.668, 206.99; Edwards, 6.626, 208.65 def. Krisher, 6.662, 207.69;
SEMIFINALS — Gray, 6.719, 207.02 def. Coughlin, 10.181, 91.82; Anderson, 6.689, 207.37 def. Edwards, 13.595, 54.40;
FINAL — Anderson, 6.684, 207.11 def. Gray, 6.713, 206.64.

PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE:
ROUND ONE — Angie McBride, Buell, 7.130, 185.61 def. Shawn Gann, Buell, foul; David Hope, Buell, 7.119, 184.85 def. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 7.102, 185.66; Michael Phillips, Suzuki, 7.041, 190.92 def. Craig Treble, Suzuki, 7.266, 184.02; Douglas Horne, Buell, 7.094, 186.38 def. Mike Berry, Buell, foul; Matt Smith, Suzuki, 7.071, 187.63 def. Junior Pippin, Buell, 7.134, 186.36; Andrew Hines, Harley-Davidson, 7.038, 188.67 def. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 7.144, 184.02; Eddie Krawiec, Harley-Davidson, 7.024, 187.78 def. Redell Harris, Buell, 7.200, 181.13; Hector Arana, Buell, 6.949, 190.75 def. Joe DeSantis, Suzuki, 10.978, 76.93;
QUARTERFINALS — Smith, 6.997, 189.34 def. Horne, 7.068, 191.35; Hines, 6.985, 192.17 def. Phillips, foul; Krawiec, 6.997, 190.51 def. McBride, 7.083, 186.74; Arana, 6.954, 192.47 def. Hope, foul;
SEMIFINALS — Krawiec, 7.004, 188.86 def. Smith, 7.069, 186.74; Arana, 7.037, 188.44 def. Hines, foul;
FINAL — Arana, 6.979, 190.67 def. Krawiec, 7.005, 190.43.

ENNIS, Texas — Point standings (top 10) for NHRA professional categories following the 24th annual O’Reilly Super Start Batteries NHRA Fall Nationals presented by Castrol Syntec at Texas Motorplex, the 20th of 24 events in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series -
Top Fuel
1. Tony Schumacher, 2,272; 2. Larry Dixon, 2,245; 3. Cory McClenathan, 2,218; 4. Antron Brown, 2,207; 5. Shawn Langdon, 2,188; 6. Brandon Bernstein, 2,155; 7. Spencer Massey, 2,152; 8. Morgan Lucas, 2,124; 9. Doug Kalitta, 2,074; 10. Clay Millican, 2,062.
Funny Car
1. Robert Hight, 2,241; 2. Ashley Force Hood, 2,228; 3. Jack Beckman, 2,196; 4. Tony Pedregon, 2,182; 5. Bob Tasca III, 2,170; 6. Ron Capps, 2,147; 7. John Force, 2,131; 8. Tim Wilkerson, 2,129; 9. Mike Neff, 2,099; 10. Del Worsham, 2,085.
Pro Stock
1. Mike Edwards, 2,288; 2. Jeg Coughlin, 2,223; 3. Greg Anderson, 2,208; 4. Allen Johnson, 2,179; 5. Jason Line, 2,177; 6. Greg Stanfield, 2,169; 7. Johnny Gray, 2,146; 8. Kurt Johnson, 2,113; 9. Ron Krisher, 2,093; 10. Rickie Jones, 2,020.
Pro Stock Motorcycle
1. Hector Arana, 2,318; 2. Eddie Krawiec, 2,291; 3. Andrew Hines, 2,207; 4. Matt Smith, 2,170; 5. Douglas Horne, 2,156; 6. Michael Phillips, 2,139; 7. Karen Stoffer, 2,127; 8. Shawn Gann, 2,125; 9. Craig Treble, 2,104; 10. Matt Guidera, 2,020.

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Daniel Aydelotte takes home his first Wally at the 2009 JR ET Finals

August 24, 2009 by  
Filed under Latest News, Race Results

August 23rd is a day that Texas Motorplex Jr Dragster racer, Daniel Aydelotte, will not soon forget. After a day of tough competition in the 14 year old class at the 2009 JR ET Finals, Daniel Aydelotte took home his first Wally. JR Dragster Racers from all over Division 4 meet in the DFW area to compete at the 2009 JR ET Finals this past weekend. Daniel’s age group featured 16 of the toughest 14 year olds in the country.

Daniel Aydelotte is no rookie to the sport. He began his racing career at the age of 10, and now races a 2008 RPC Gunslinger. He holds the 2007 Modified Champion and 2008 Top Eliminator Champion at Texas Motorplex. Daniel is currently ranked 4th in points at Texas Motorplex in the Top Eliminator Class.

This season Daniel and his crew upgraded to a JR Racecar Titan 3 with a Shockwave clutch. With engine modification in place and increased performance, the 150 inch wheelbase RPC JR Dragster launches hard and creates tire spin. For a driver tire spin means inconsistency, and in drag racing inconsistency usually means a loss.

The Aydelotte team towed up from Austin, Texas this past week for a Friday night testing session at a local track. Daniel struggled with several red lights during his Friday night practice session, but pulled it together for the event and cut decent lights during eliminations. With scorching temperatures over 100 degrees, Daniel battled issues with tire spin early in the day. With Daniel’s experience in the driver’s seat and guidance from Crew Chief, (Dad) Tom Aydelotte, the team eliminated tire spin by positioning the racecar either far left or far right depending on the lane and stayed out of the groove until after the launch. Daniel remained focused for all four rounds of eliminations and did his job to clinch the victory, earn the title of the 2009 JR ET Final 14 year old Class Winner, and take home his very first Wally.

Daniel enjoys what he does and takes pride in representing his team. Each week before the race, Daniel makes sure his racecar has a spotless shine. Last season Daniel painted his 08 RPC Gunslinger himself. Black is a very difficult color to paint, but Daniel used a deep gloss and very little orange peel to create a top of the line look. Although this was his first paint job, don’t be surprised to see more work from the young driver.

Dad and Crew Chief, Tom Aydelotte is very proud of his son and his accomplishments. “He is an awesome son and works very hard at this sport,” Aydelotte states. Texas Motorplex would like to Congratulate Daniel Aydelotte and his team for the recent 2009 JR ET Finals Win and wishes the Aydelotte Team a successful future in the sport of drag racing.

Daniel Aydelotte

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O’Reilly Bracket Series Race Results 8-15-09

August 17, 2009 by  
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Texas Motorplex hosted the 2009 National Dragster Challenge on August 15th. Over 200 racers from Division 4 competed for the title and Wally on Saturday night. Jeff Lopez took home the Wally in Super Pro, Cliff Loveless sealed the deal in Pro in the final round running dead on dial with a .009, while Charles Dickenson grabbed the Wally running a 10.799 on a 10.79 in No Electronics. The competition was tough, the car counts were great, and the 2009 National Dragster Challenge was again a success at Texas Motorplex. Below are all race class results from August 15th, 2009.

Super Pro
W: Jeff Lopez (’06 TNT Dragster) – 7.573, 171.31 (7.56 dial).
R/U: Austin Williams (’69 Camaro) – 8.887, 155.36 (8.90 dial).
Semi’s: Jackie Jones (’06 TNT Dragster);

Pro
W: Cliff Loveless (’02 Undercover) – 4.729, 145.70 (4.72 dial).
R/U: Doug Haning (’02 Dragster) – 4.628, 149.53 (4.63 dial).
Semi’s: Jackie Jones (’23 altered);

No Electronics
W: Charles Dickenson (’97 Chevy S10) – 10.79, 123.27 (10.799 dial).
R/U: Rob Howard (’70 Pontiac) – 10.14, 129.47 (10.106 dial).
Semi’s: Austin Williams (’69 Camaro);

Quick 16
W: Rick Huffman (’06 Mullis) – 4.717, 145.22 (4.72 dial).
R/U: Jeff Lopez (’06 TNT Dragster) – 4.797, 138.00 (4.80 dial).
Semi’s: Mike Greene (’06 Undercover Dragster); Cliff Loveless (’02 Undercover Dragster).

Trophy Street
W: David Hooten (’02 Camaro) – 13.135, 95.59 (13.04 dial).
R/U: Kara Falkenbauch (’09 Mustang) – 15.476, 87.33 (15.47 dial).
Semi’s: Justin Cervantes.

JR Sportsman
W: Aaron Philpot (’05 RPC) – 13.275, 47.42 (13.04 dial).
R/U: Codi Bettis (Jr Dragster) – 13.305, 47.48 (13.10 dial).
Semi’s: Bradley Wilson (Jr Dragster);

JR Modified
W: Rocky McLain II (’07 Hardens) – 8.929, 72.50 (8.96 dial).
R/U: Samantha Bradley (’08 McGee) – 9.089, 70.84 (9.12 dial).
Semi’s: Austin Philpot (Jr Dragster); Dakota Boll (’99 M/T).

JR Top Eliminator
W: Daniel Aydelotte (’08 RPC) – 7.946, 80.61 (7.93 dial).
R/U: Heather Hambelton (’07 Motivational) – 8.045, 77.72 (7.98 dial).
Semi’s: Will Winn (’08 RPC); Cody Gifford (’03 JR Dragster).

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