Richmond Observer – Lytch Southern Pines wins NHRA Rockstar National Open

The Super Street, Top Sportsman, and Three Junior Dragster classes were the only ones where champions were crowned before the weather intervened. The program will be completed in conjunction with a future Southeast Division event that has yet to be determined.

Lytch, a regular on Rockingham Dragway, beat Kenneth Farrell of Rock Hill, SC, in the first round, stopping Michael Whitaker of Telford, Tenn. , in the second and reached the semi-finals with a double victory over 2020 champion Kevin MacNicol of Northport. , Florida, and this included a .009 reaction time.

In the semi-finals, Lytch got a gift when Andrew Turner of Boynton Beach, Florida, was guilty of a foul start. This set up a standoff with Pauley that included a dead start .009-.009. Lytch got the decision with an excellent 6.901 seconds against the 6.90 goal while Pauley was guilty of the penetration error at 6.887.

At the Top Sportsman, split point leader Calvin Snow of Lyman, SC, used 0.019 from the edge of the second stunning line to get his 1970 Chevy Nova to the finish ahead of ’57 Chevy Bel Air of Statesville’s Chad Morrison, who served as a bridesmaid for the second time during the The weekend after losing the Lucas Oil Series Final to Jackie Bennett of Florida on Saturday.

In the Junior Dragster, Mallory Logan of North Chesterfield, Virginia, who won an advanced class in the quarter-mile during Saturday’s Lucas Ceres competition, did the same on Sunday at the eighth mile while brother and sister duo Tanner and Kayleigh McKney of Venice, Florida finished middle. And straight upstarts.

Results of Sunday’s NHRA National Open on the eighth mile track at Rockingham Dragway. Birthplace is North Carolina unless otherwise noted. Outcomes include reaction time, tracking time, target time (where applicable), and finish line velocity:

best athlete

Semi-finals – Calvin Snow, Lyman, SC, 1970 Chevy Nova, .371, 5.144 on 5.040, 120.53 mph, def. Paul “Jackie” Robison, Greer, SC, 1963 Chevy Corvette, wrong; Chad Morrison, Statesville, 1957 Chevy Bel Air. , .013, 4.319 on 4.310, 163.41 mph, def. Chris Lewis .017, 4.945 on 4.930, 141.43 mph.

ultimate – Calvin Snow, Lyman, SC, 1970 Chevy Nova, .016, 5.082 on 5.040, 138.10 mph, def. Chad Morrison, Statesville, 1957 Chevy Bel Air, .035, 4.343 at 4.310, 161.92 mph.

Super Street (target 6.90)

Semi-finals – Willie Leach, South Pines, 1967 Chevy Camaro, .014, 6.900, 106.47 mph, def. Andrew Turner, Boynton Beach, Florida, 1970 Chevy Chevelle, Foul; Ed Pooley, Shelby, 1968 Chevy Camaro, Goodbye.

ultimate – Willie Leach, South Pines, 1967 Chevy Camaro, .009, 6.901, 104.23 mph, def. Ed Poli, Shelby, 1968 Chevy Camaro, .009, 6.887 Fault Breakout.

advanced son. dragster

ultimate Mallory Logan, North Chesterfield, Virginia, .113, 8.207 at 8.160, 77.51 mph, def. Danica Miles, no time.

Average JR. dragster

ultimate – Tanner Mokney, Venice, FL .012, 8.902 at 8.900, 74.05 mph, def. Carter Jackson, .083, 8.959 at 8.900, 69.81 mph.

Novis Jr. dragster

ultimate – Kylie Mokney, Venice, Florida, .188, 12.075 at 11.950, 52.33 mph, def. Giovanni Oliver, foul.

top dragster

Semi-finals – Vance Houston, Newland, Bye; Vaughn Caufield, Lake Placid, Florida .020, 4.329 on 4.320, 160.27 mph, def. Alexis Whitaker, Telford, Tenn., .044, 4.735 on 4.730, 145.09 mph.

ultimate – The subject matter of the dispute, the location and the date has not yet been determined.

large stock

Semifinals – Michael Troell, Lexington, 2099 Chevy Cobalt, .043, 6.380 on 6.380, 105.51 mph, def. Cody Phillips, Lumberton, 1994 Pontiac Grand Am, .049, 6.028 breakout on 6.030, 109.00 mph; Monte Bogan, Boiling Springs, SC, 1992 Chevy Camaro, No Time, Dave. Josh Barkzy, Walnut Cove, 1967 Chevy Nova, Foul.

ultimate – The subject matter of the dispute, the location and the date has not yet been determined.

stock

Quarter-finals – Rich Davis, Concorde, 1966 Chevy II, .057, 7.552 on 7.550, 89.09 mph, def. Monte Bogan, Boiling Springs, SC, 1967 Chevy Camaro, False; Greg Roe, Bridgeton, 1997 Pontiac Trans Am, .059, 6.777 on 6.800, 98.69 mph, def. Eddie Longhany Jr., Godwin, 1969 Chevy Camaro, .046, 6.645 breakout on 6.670, 97.64 mph; Jack Zimmerman, Clemons, 1971 Dodge Challenger, .092, 6.683 on 6.680, 100.28 mph, def. Dennis Pope, Kinston, 1985 Chevy Camaro, wrong.

Semi-finals and finals – The subject matter of the dispute, the location and the date has not yet been determined.

Super company (5.70 target)

Semi-finals – Chuck Harris, New London, .016, 5.698, 134.69 mph, def. Jason Bator, Boynton Beach, Florida, .019, 5.682 breakout, 138.96 mph; Robert Houston, Newland, goodbye.

ultimate – The subject matter of the dispute, the location and the date has not yet been determined.

super gas (6.30 target)

Semi-finals – Jane Brown, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1962 Chevy II, .008, 6.292, 128.87 mph, def. James Sisoms, Suffolk, VA, 1981 Chevy Monza, .000, 6,286 breakout, 120.12 mph; Scott Lawton, Sanford, 1957 Chevy Corvette, goodbye.

ultimate – The subject matter of the dispute, the location and the date has not yet been determined.

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