Race Results Archives for 2021 Summit Racing E.T. Series
2021 Race Results
• Race Results ♦ September 12, 2021
It's been 2 years since Jordan Reader has strapped into his dragster and it was like he never took a break as he defeated Mike Thomas in the Super Pro final to score the NHRA.TV "Wally" on Sunday.
Mike dialed his '67 Camaro in at a 6.33 and got his run started with a solid .025 light, but Jordan was a tad quicker with a .020 reaction. Jordan was able to overtake Mike with a .015-over 5.305 at 125.90 mph pass for a comfortable .024 margin of victory. Mike fell off his 6.33 dial and was only able to muster a 6.365 at 106.11 mph and had to settle for the runner-up finish.
Iggy Falcone fell to Jordan in the semis when Jordan's .012 to .057 holeshot was enough to advance to the finals to meet Mike who drew the bye-run.
The "Last Boy Scout" Chevelle of veteran racer Jim Erecitano carried Jim to the "Wally" win over Mark Dobie in their final round showdown in Pro. Jim cut a great reaction time with a .012 and powered to the win with a 6.835 at 100.50 mph pass on his 6.81 dial-in to score the win. Mark dialed his '68 Nova in at a 6.20 and drove to a .049-initiated, 6.240 at 108.11 mph, but it wasn't enough to reel in Jim's starting line advantage.
Terry Lee fell to Jim in the semis despite holding a slim .010 reaction time lead. Mark drew the bye-run into the finals and ran an off-throttle run to set up for the finals.
Ron Dean added another "Wally" to his trophy room when he won both ends of the track over his final round opponent Dennis Boston.
Ron held a massive .034 to .110 reaction advantage and stopped the 1/8th mile timers at a 6.23 at 106.34 mph on his 6.21 dial-in to score the win. Dennis was looking to add to his "Wally" collection as well and dialed in at a quick, 5.66, but was only able to muster a 5.734 at 115.63 mph pass and had to settle for the runner-up finish.
Ed Wilson fell to Ron in the semis when the red light bulb was glowing in his lane on the line. Dennis drew the bye-run into the finals.
Zakk Golley scored the Street Money win over A.J. Meier with a holeshot victory. Zakk's decisive .042 to .194 reaction time lead pretty much sealed the deal as his .030-over, 8.270 at 80.08 mph run on his 8.24 dial carried Zakk to his second Street Money win of the season. A.J., driving his dad's Chevelle, threw away an awesome 7.273 at 92.15 mph run on his 7.27 dial and had to settle for the runner-up finish.
John Goldman bowed out to A.J. in the 5th round semifinals, while Zakk drew the bye-run.
Jake Lipke gave up a .055 to .018 reaction time advantage to Chris Corlyon in the Modified Trophy final, but was able to hold off Chris' charge and took the finish line with a 6.800 at 99.28 mph run on his 6.79 dial-in to score the win. Chris dialed his pristine '65 Malibu in at a 6.26 and cut a great light, but only able to squeeze out a 6.314 at 106.53 mph run good enough for the yellow timeslip.
Chris trailered Derek Register in the semis running a 6.268 on a 6.26 dial forcing Derek into a breakout pass. Jake had the lone in the semis to set up his final round showdown against Chris.
Jim Pipines racked up another Street Trophy win on Sunday at the expense of Todd Minerd and his '89 Chevy S-10. Jim's 6th Trophy win of the season came on the strength of a .085 to .165 reaction time lead and running a 6.981 at 87.90 mph on his 6.93 dial-in. Todd dialed in at an 8.25 and stopped the clocks at a .100-over, 8.350 at 82.56 mph in his runner-up effort.
Pat Minogue fell to Todd in the semis, while Jim drew the bye-run.
Ed Wilson was .001 too-quick on his 5.76 dial-in, but the race was lost on the line as Kevin Wuest held a .019 to .047 reaction time advantage which was enough of a cushion to score the win had Ed hit his mark. Kevin dialed in at a 5.94 and posted a 5.954 at 114.68 mph to score his 3rd Bike/Sled Trophy win of the season. Ed dialed his 2012 Kawasaki in at a 5.76 and rode to a 5.759 at 119.58 mph in his runner-up effort.
Bob Salerno fell to Ed in the lone semifinal pairing.
Davion Short scored his second-straight Jr. Dragster win when he drove around Brody Halsey to take the finish line and the win. Neither driver shined on the line, but it was Brody holding a decisive .121 to .208 reaction time advantage, but he just couldn't run the number falling off his 13.55 dial-in with a 14.304 at 43.87 mph pass. Davion dialed-in at the class limit 7.90 and posted a 7.965 at 81.34 mph pass to score the win.
Davion parked Jimmy O'Toole in their semifinal match, while Bailee scored the win light over Chance Nash in their semifinal run.
9/14: Gender confused recap corrected!