Race Results Archives for 2021 Summit Racing E.T. Series

2021 Race Results

• Race Results September 26, 2021

Super Pro

The Super Pro final saw a showdown between top class point leaders Tom Doig and Gene Stankivitz with Gene driving away with a tight, .018 M.O.V. win.

Tom held a slight reaction time advantage on the line, .044 to .052, but couldn't hold off Gene's charge and gave up the finish line with his .043-over, 5.593 at 117.63 mph run on his 5.55 dial-in. Gene dialed his dragster in at 4.88 and slipped past Tom at the line with a 4.897 at 136.46 mph pass to score his first Super win of the season.

Mike Thomas has been on a late round roll lately, but fell to Gene in their semifinal showdown, while Scott Drake had mechanical issues with his ride and bowed out to Tom in the semis as well.

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Ryan Koskowski brought home the Pro bacon Sunday, upping his September 19 semifinal finish with a win over Eric "Iceman" Sadowski. Eric held a razor-thin reaction time advantage, .008 to .013, but took too much finish line and dipped under his 6.57 dial with a heart-breaking, 6.566 at 101.99 mph breakout pass. Ryan was killer on the tree as well and kept his '95 Sonoma on the north side of his 6.00 dial and drove to a solid 6.026 at 114.19 mph to score the win.

In semifinal action, Ryan ended Howard Roberts' run, while Eric and point leader Mike LaRose dueled to a double-breakout semi with Eric getting the nod to the finals. 

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Pro MX

Results not yet available.. (pictured 9/19 winner Ryan Orizino)

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Street Money

Anthony Rotolo was eyeing a repeat of his 9/18 Street Money win, but ended his bid with a too-quick -.015 red light start handing the win over to Steve Seelman Sr. and his '90 Corvette. Dialed in at a 13.62, Steve had the win at hand and blasted his dial-in with a .096-initiated 13.451 at 99.29 mph to score his first Street Money win of the season. It could have been interesting at the finish had Anthony not fouled as he piloted his "72 Nova to a -.005-under, 11.995 at 109.80 mph in his runner-up effort.

Mark Reed fell to Anthony in the semis, while Steve drew the bye-run.

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Steve Searles made it 2-in-a-row in Modified with his win over Joey Haynes in their final showdown.

Steve held a slim, .023 to .027 reaction time lead over Joey and scored the win with a .016-over, 9.616 at 139.16 mph pass and collected the white timeslip. Joey dialed in at an 11.65 but dipped just under his dial trying to hold off Steve running an 11.634 at 115.44 mph pass and had to settle for the runner-up finish.

Steve parked Brian Mahler in the semis while Joey drew the bye.

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Street Trophy

Steve Seelman Sr. made it 2-for-2 in final round action today as he parked Kurt Hagen in the finals with an outstanding, .005 reaction, and a .010-over, 13.530 at 95.13 mph to score his third class win of the season. Kurt's uncharacteristic, .243 reaction doomed an otherwise outstanding run in his 2011 Camaro. Kurt drilled his 12.38 dial-in with a .001-over, 12.381 at 108.21 mph, but still had to settle for the runner-up finish.

Kim Rossiter fell to Kurt in their semifinal match, while Steve drew the bye into the finals. 

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Bike/Sled Trophy

Josh Costa added his fifth Bike/Sled Trophy win of the season by defeating Lynn Major in Sunday's final. Final round numbers not yet available. The win gives Josh a comfortable 6 point lead over second place Kevin Wuest for the 2021 class championship, but with a few point races remaining, the race has not yet been called.

Ron Underwood drove to the lone semifinal finish.

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Jr. Dragster

Jimmy O'Toole scored his second-straight Jr. Dragster win on Sunday by topping Kimberlee Snell. Final round numbers not yet available.

Brody Halsey drove to the lone semifinal finish.

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2021 NHRA King of the Track Winner

2021 NHRA King of the Track

Results are not yet available, but we do know that Jake Lipke is the 2021 NHRA/Summit Racing King of the Track. Details to follow.

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