SIKESTON DRAG STRIP
SIKESTON - Super Pro winner Ken Parris, who out-lasted a large crowd of Super Pro cars late in the night, dialed 5.24 and had a reaction time of .517. He ran 5.25 at 132 mph. Royce Thompson dialed 6.10 with a reaction time of .510. He ran 6.10 at 110 mph.
Gary Doom won the Pro Class when he dialed 8.72. He had a reaction time of .548 and ran 8.7 at 77 mph. Franklin Radake dialed 6.75 with a reaction time of .454. He ran 6.78 at 102 mph.
David Leonard won the ET Class. He dialed 11.35 and had a reaction time of .525. He ran 11.33 at 63 mph. Stanley Byrd was runner up. He dialed 8.47. He had a reaction time of .609 and ran 8.44 at 80 mph.
Dennis Bailey won Easy Street with a .510 reaction time. He ran 5.45 at 141 mph over Derrick Bailey with a .446 reaction time. He ran 5.69 at 128 mph. Mark Micke won the Outlaw Street with a reaction time of .509. He ran 4.98 at 147 mph over Sonny Biggs, who had a reaction time of .413. He ran 5.62 at 99 mph.
FREDERICKTOWN -- Mother Nature washed out almost the entire two-day racing program at the Fredericktown Raceway scheduled for Aug. 1-2, but some of the races were able to be held on Saturday prior to another rain storm that washed out the rest of the program. The result: a special day of "double-header" features in three of the five classes scheduled for the Fredericktown Raceway on Sunday, Aug. 10.
Because they were able to get through the heat races in the RAMS Mini Stocks, the 600cc Multis and the Pure Street classes, those three classes will each race not one, but two features on the make-up date of Sunday, Aug. 10th. The other two classes, the Hobby Stocks and the Modifieds, will each run their regular programs that were completely rained out. Race fans who were on hand for the rain-out on Aug. 2nd must hold on to their ticket for the Aug. 10 make-up races. Pit passes for only the Hobby Stocks and the Modifieds will be honored that night.