Race Results Archives for 2023 Summit Racing E.T. Series
2023 Race Results
• Race Results ♦ August 6, 2023
Scott Forbes won his second-straight and 4th Super Pro eliminator win of the season when he defeated 2022 champion Gene Stankivitz III. Scott's deadly .004 reaction bettered Gene's equally impressive .013 light and went on to take the finishline and win with a 6.726 at 100.87 mph on his 6.70 dial-in. Gene made it a race and posted a 6.582 at 100.86 mph run on his 6.55 dial, but fell short by a slim .015 margin.
Scott stopped Shaquon Bradwell in the semis, while Gene drew the bye-run.
It's been awhile since Al Meier broke into the "W" column, but the South Rome Racing veteran did it with a holeshot win over Rick Beasock to score the Pro win. His .012 to .095 reaction time lead was enough to nip Rick at the finish with his 6.080 at 112.01 mph on his 6.04 dial. Rick's stellar, .004-over, 8.154 at 78.79 mph wasn't enough to hold off Al's R.T. lead.
In the semis, Rick stopped Dave Tingley, while Al advanced to the final over D.J. Hubbard.
Kevin Wuest scored the Pro MX Eliminator win over Brandon MacCombie aboard his '18 Polaris XCR. Kevin held a modest .034 to .067 reaction time lead and that was all he needed as BMac apparently ran into some tire spin or other mechanical issue as his 6.335 at 119.85 mph pass wasn't enough to reel Kevin in. Kevin was able to scrub off .114 on his 6.04 dial-in with a 6.154 at 96.79 mph winning pass.
In the semis, Mike Bamford fell to Kevin, while Brandon stopped D. Eddy to set up their final round match.
Todd Miners scored the Street money win over Zakk Golley who was making his first appearance of the season. Zakk's .076-over, 8.076 at 84.92 mph run was .004 away from receiving the white timeslip as he held a .030 to .074 reaction time advantage over Todd. Todd's better, .028-over, 8.278 ay 82.84 mph pass was good enough to close the R.T. gap and walk away with the win. His win put him into a first place tie with Dave Tingley atop of the Street Money points chase.
In the semis, Zakk stopped Bill Coon in a double-breakout, while Todd drew the bye-run.
Shaquon Bradwell improved on his semifinal run in Super Pro and scored the Modified win over Anthony Correia. Shaquon dialed his Camaro in first at a 6.40 and cut a .058 light, but Anthony missed the mark with an off, .366 reaction time. Shaquon posted a 6.494 at 90.14 mph for an easy win. Obviously issues plagued Anthony's pass as his 7.312 at 103.36 mph fell off his 6.36 dial and had to settle for the runner-up finish.
Anthony did stop Tim Patterson in their semifinal match while Shaquon drew the bye.
The Pat Minogue, Tim Patterson Street Trophy battle resumed with Pat returning to the winner circle for his 4th of the season. Pat dialed his Caprice in at a 9.28 and lifted at the line with a 9.400 at 66.69 mph as Tim fell off his 8.32 dial-in with an 8.559 at 84.41 mph runner-up pass. Pat held a modest .137 to .154 reaction time advantage at the start.
Tim defeated B. Herright in the semis, while Pat drew the bye-run into the finals.
Ed Wilson scored his second Bike/Sled Trophy of the season winning a close final over Kevin Wuest by a thin .009 margin of victory. Ed held a slim, .024 to .027 reaction time lead over Kevin and sped to a .021-over, 5.741 at 118.04 mph on his 5.72 dial-in to bag the win. Kevin dialed in at a 6.04 and posted a 6.067 at 111.86 mph pass and settled for the runner-up finish.
In the semis, Ed trailered Kevin Sutliffe who was looking for his 2nd-straight final round appearance, and Kevin defeated J. Garrett (don't have a 1st name) who was piloting his '07 Crossfire.
Brody Halsey scored his second win of the season when sister Bailee Halsey was too eager on the tree and fouled with a .224 red. Brody was .054 on the green side and drove to a 11.154 at 58.39 mph on his 11.10 dial-in to take the win. Bailee had a potential winner if she went green with her -.005-under, 9.515 at 67.47 mph pass on her 9.52 dial-in.