Super Comp from Gainesville
March 19, 2020 • Leave a Comment
Arkansas racer Bob Fuller ventured out to Florida only to fall victim to young Dylan Hough from Junction City OR. Bob ran too quick in Rd 2.
David Markle brought the Markle Racing Super Comp car down from Division 1. David did not have the weekend he was looking for.
Last years Super Comp winner Hollis Laris returned to defend his title, only to be turned back in the early rounds.
Chuck Trotter from MacClenny FL, brought his 88 Thunderbird to compete in Super Comp. We had a large selection of full bodied cars this year.
Jeg's sponsored Makenna Brown had her dragster dialed in, running an 8.90 with a 6 to take out Dave Long in Rd 2
Heavy hitter Lauren Freer from Moorseville NC. made it to Rd 4 before losing to event winner Ray Miller III
Dylan Hough ventured down to Gainesville with mom Mindy and dad Bryan. While the Alcohol Cars were postponed, Dylan got to race. Eventual runner up Ken Moses took Dylan out in the Semis.
James and Kathy Woeber paired off together during time trials. Better there than eliminations, unless it's the final.
Dave Dahlem, out of Tremont IL, broke out second round giving the win to Alison Prose.
Multi National event winner John Labbous smokes the hides during time trials.
In what looks like a street car, Joseph Tankersley's GTO carries the front wheels each and every launch. Tankersley lost in Rd 2 to Nichole Stephenson.
Charlie Stewart had to have what was arguably one of the best looking 1958 Corvettes we've seen. Unfortunately it was a long ride back to Texas after a Round 1 loss.
Scot Lamar from hereby Hawthorne FL. did not cut the light he needed to take out David Morris in Rd 1.
Jason Kenny had an off day in round 1 with an unusual redlight.
The Cumming family showed up in mass, to compete in sportsman racing here at Gainesville, Here is Cole Cummings during a time trial.
Michelle Furr from Galax VA came to win, however a breakout in Rd 1 put her on the trailer.
In what was to be his Pro Stock debut, Troy Coughlin Jr had to settle for semi final finish in Super Comp.
Jason Bator takes a breather prior to Rd 1 in Super Comp.
Kathy Woeber in her beautiful Wild Fire dragster got by Rd 1 only to have her weekend spoiled by Dick Morris in Rd 2
Kenneth Moses took on most comers and came out on top. Until he got to the final and Ray Miller III just had a package that Kenneth couldn't beat.
Reigning Super Comp world champion Ray Miller III, near lane, was .007 at the tree and 8.905 on the 8.90 index to defeat Ken Moses, who was a respectable .029 with an 8.927. Miller got the jump after a little bit of a staging duel and put together a .012 package that was right in line with his previous stellar performances of the day.
Millers lined up to run, Ray Miller Jr in front and Ray Miller III behind him. And Ray Miller Sr. on the side lines cheering them on.
Ray Miller III won his eighth national event trophy at the Sportsman-only version of the Amalie Motor Oils NHRA Gatornationals. It was his third victory in the Super Comp category.
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