Top Sportsman from Gainesville
March 19, 2020 • 1 Comment
The '57 Bel Air's of Chad Morrison (left) and Freddy Perkins (right) qualify on Thursday at the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals. Morrison qualified 10th and Perkins qualified 13th going into eliminations.
Tyrone Graham of Sheeills Ford NC wrinkles the tires of his '92 Trans Am during qualifying of the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Curt Fredrich, of Burlington WI, 'qualifies his '68 Camaro during the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Greg Lair, of Canyon TX, secures the number 12 qualifying spot during the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Dylan Stott of Columbus, NC would qualify 18th at the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals. Stott was a no-show in Round 1 to give Tommy Turner the freebie into Round 2.
Cory Teaster, of Cleveland NC, burns out his '67 Corvette during the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Vonnie Mills smokes into the number 3 qualifying spot during the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Al Davidowski of Columbus NJ, qualifies his 2010 GXP into the 15th spot during the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Jeff Brooks rockets his Kaiser '51 Henry J to the Number 2 position in qualifying for the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Jackie Robison does a long smoky burnout during qualifying at the 51st Amalie Annual Gatornationals. Robison would end up 7th on the ladder going into eliminations on Friday.
David Tatum III, qualifier number 22, takes his FireAde Chevrolet to the semi-finals in the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
David Miller puts his Chevrolet S-10 into the 11th qualifying spot during the 51st Annual Amalie Gatornationals.
Top Sportsman presented by Vortech Superchargers No. 1 qualifier Sandy Wilkins, near lane, nabbed the starting-line advantage in the final, defeating Ron Riegel by .0219-second for the trophy.
Sandy Wilkins celebrates his fourth Top Sportsman national event win with his family at the Amalie Motor Oils NHRA Gatornationals.
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