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Sponsored Post: Numidia Dragway presents Octoberbucks
Numidia, PA – Numidia Dragway continues its tradition of big money races in October with 2015 Octoberbucks. Saturday & Sunday, October 10th & 11th include $7,500 races each day for Super Pro and Footbrake. Then on Saturday & Sunday, October 17th & 18th there are $5,000 races for Super Pro and $3,000 for Footbrake.

The $5,000 races pay $5,000 Win, $1,500 Runner-Up, $600 Semis, $300 5th Round Win, $200 4th Round Win, $150 2nd Round Win and $75 2nd Round Win. Entry is $150, buyback is $90. Payouts are guaranteed. The $3,000 races pay $3,000 Win, $1,000 Runner-Up, $400 Semis and $50 Round starting 2nd Round Win. Entry is $90, buyback is $60.

All races are quarter-mile. Super Pro is 6.50 – 12.99; Footbrake is 8.50 – 17.99. Two drivers may each enter the same car, one driver may enter two different cars, but one driver may not double-enter the same car. For more information, visit www.NumidiaDragway.com.

Fun Ford Series vs. Mega Mopar Action at PBIR
Jupiter, FL - It’s a Ford vs. Mopar smackdown at Palm Beach International Raceway on Saturday, October 17, 2015.

Top Eliminator (Box) pays $1,000 Win, $400 Runner-Up, $125 Semis and $50 Quarters. $50 entry, $25 buybacks. Super Eliminator (No Box) pays $800 Win, $400 Runner-Up, $125 Semis, $50 Quarters. $40 entry, $20 buybacks

Ultra Street pays $1,500 Win, $750 Runner-Up, $300 Semis and $150 Quarters. $100 entry. X632/Outlaw 632 pays $2,000 Win, $1,000 Runner-Up, $450 Semis, $300 Quarters. $200 entry.

Street Bike pays 50% Win / 25% Runner-Up. $30 entry, $15 buybacks. Junior Dragsters pays $150 Win, $100 Runner-Up. $20 entry, $10 buybacks. DOT Tire/Street Ford & Mopar (Any dial in with DOT street tires and mufflers required, No Electronics) pays $300 Win, $100 Runner-Up. $30 entry, $15 buybacks.

Gates open at 8:00 am, time trials at 10:00 am and eliminations at 1:30 pm. Visit www.RacePBIR.com for more info.

Maple Grove's Last Hurrah for 2015
Mohnton, PA - The racers asked for it, and Maple Grove will deliver it. Maple Grove Raceway's Halloween Bash on Saturday, October 17, 2015 will be a last hurrah for 2015 as ET Bracket races are held all day long. All regular ET Bracket classes will run, with all the normal Money Trail entry fees and purse structures. Following are the entry fees for each class:

Super Pro: $75
Pro: $55
Street: $40
Top Bike: $45
Jr. Dragster: $30
Trophy: $30
Jr. Street: $30
Pro Dial: $40 if running another class, $55 for Pro Dial only

Gates for the Halloween Bash open at 8:00 am. Time trials will begin at 9:00 am, and eliminations will begin after two rounds of time trials. Prizes will be awarded for best costumes in the kids, adults, and pet categories. For more information, please visit www.maplegroveraceway.com.
Blue Flu: Ford Fever Classic at Maryland Int'l Raceway
Maryland International Raceway’s 2015 Ford Fever Classic is Friday – Sunday, October 9 - 11. Events include nostalgia racing with 422 Motorsports, Shootout and Open Comp classes and a variety of Sportsman eliminators.

Heads-up and Open Comp classes include Outlaw Drag Radial ($2,500 Win, $1,000 Runner-Up, $250 Semis, $100 Quarters. $100 entry,.400 Pro Tree, 1/8 mile), X275 ($2,500 Win, $1,000 Runner-Up, $250 Semis, $100 Quarters. $100 entry,.400 Pro Tree, 1/8 mile), Ultra Street ($1,000 Win, $200 Runner-Up, $75 Semis. $100 entry,.400 Pro Tree, 1/8 mile), Super Stang ($500 Win, $50 entry), and Lightning Shootout ($500 Win, $50 entry).

Bracket classes include Top ET ($1,500 Win, $60 entry), Mod ET ($1,000 Win, $50 entry), Stick ET ($500 Win, $45 entry), and Street ET ($500 Win, $45 entry).

Gates open Friday at 9:00 am for a test & tune. Gates open Saturday at 9:00 am, with time runs at 10:30 am. Gates open Sunday at 9:00 am with time runs at 10:00 am. For more information, including complete payouts, visit MIR's website at www.RaceMDIR.com/ford.

Missie Addison Benefit Race at US-19 Dragway
Albany, GA - Attention to the racers in the area of US-19 Dragway, we have a racer in need. Missie Addison has been undergoing treatment for Stage 4 breast cancer, including radiation and soon will begin chemotherapy. Missie and her family have to cover the expenses of traveling 100 miles to receive these treatments.

To help, US-19 Dragway is presenting the Missie Addison Benefit Shoot-Out on Saturday, October 17, 2015. Classes include Pro & Super Pro, Sportsman and Jr. Dragster.

Pro & Super Pro pays $1,000 Win, $200 Runner-Up. Entry is $65; 1st and 2nd Round buybacks are $25. Payouts based on 50 car minimum. Sportsman pays $100 Win, $50 Runner-Up. Entry is $25; 1st and 2nd Round buybacks are $10. Jr. Dragster is a 100% payback. Entry is $25; 1st and 2nd Round buybacks are $10.

Gates open at noon with time runs at 2:00 pm. Visit www.us19-dragway.com.

Dragtime News On Location: 2015 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series at Englishtown - Part III Added
We were on location at the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park on Saturday, September 12th, 2015. Classes were Stock, Super Stock, Super Street, Super Gas, Super Comp, Competition Eliminator, Top Sportsman, Top Dragster and Pro Stock Sled. Typical of our coverage, we tend to go heavier than most on the early rounds so that we get as many cars as possible. We also tried to position ourselves in a variety of places around the track to provide numerous points-of-view.

This will be presented in three parts, so be patient and stick with it. Subscribe to the email list (upper-right of this page) and be alerted to when new items are published.

PART III IS NOW ADDED HERE, or start with Part I HERE.

Let’s Go To The BOP! At Cordova Int’l Raceway

Cordova, IL - Calling all Midwest owners of Buicks. Oldsmobiles and Pontiacs: Saturday, October 10, 2015 is your day at Cordova International Raceway.

There’s a Show & Shine, a swap meet, and of course drag racing! Classes include Quick 16 Box / No Box Combo. The Q8 Box winner and the Q8 No Box winner each win $400, then run each other for an additional $600. Q8 entry fee is $75.

There’s also a Buick-Olds-Pontiac Race For Cash for Street Tires (drag radials and cheaters allowed) and Race Slicks. Each class pays $400 Win. Entry for each is $40.

Gates open at 9:00 am. For more info visit www.RaceCIR.com.

Aww, So Cute! Mini Points at Milan Dragway
Milan, MI – Milan Dragway’s Fall Mini-Points continues on Sunday October 11 with racing for Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman and Super Pro Bike. Super Pro and Pro have the same payouts: At 45+ cars, $1,200 Win, $350 Runner-Up, $125 Semis, $60 Quarters and $30 Eighths. At 25-44 cars, $1,000 / $300 / $80 / $40 / $20. At 24 or fewer cars, Win 40%, Runner-Up 20%, Semis 10%. Entry is $45, 1st round buybacks are $20.

Sportsman pays $400 Win, $150 Runner-Up, $75 Semis and $30 Quarters, based on 30+ cars. At 15-29 cars, $300 / $100 / $50 / $20. Entry is $35, 1st round buybacks are $20. S/P Bike pays $300 Win, $100 Runner-Up and $35 Semis, based on 8 bikes. Entry is $35, 1st round buybacks are $20.

Gates open at 9:00 am with time trials at 10:00 am. Visit www.MilanDragway.com.

Super Chevy Show at Rockingham Dragway
Rockingham, N.C. – The 4.70 Outlaws, two jet dragsters, an outrageous steel-bodied 1969 Camaro, daily bracket races and the largest gathering of GM show cars in the Carolinas are among the features of the annual Dieffenbach Superstore Super Chevy Show, Oct. 9-11, at Rockingham Dragway.

A 12 noon-7 p.m. test session on Friday, Oct. 9, will be followed by two days of drag racing and car show judging augmented by a swap meet and a vendor midway featuring the latest Chevy car models as well as the latest parts and pieces with which to personalize them.

Saturday’s program includes Outlaw 4.70 qualifying at 11 a.m. and 12 noon and the first round of eliminations at 2:30 p.m. Racing to championships in Top Eliminator, Footbrake, Jr. Dragster and the DOT Tire class begins at 1 p.m.

Closing the show on Saturday will be a match race between Jill Fazekas and Robert Albertson, the respective drivers of the “Queen of Diamonds II” and “Blazing Angel” jet-powered dragsters capable of achieving finish line speeds in excess of 300 mph.

On Sunday, first round eliminations in Top Eliminator, Footbrake, Jr. Dragster and DOT begin at 10 a.m. followed by a resumption of racing for the 4.70 Outlaws championship. Sunday’s car show awards will be presented at 3 p.m. Visit www.rockinghamdragway.com.

Sportsman Spectacular at Farmington Dragway
Mocksville, NC - Farmington Dragway has a big day coming up on October 10th, 2015 with its Sportsman Spectacular. Classes include Top ET, Footbrake, Street ET, Stock/Super Stock, Pro Tree and Jr. Dragster.

Top ET is Open Body vs. Door Car and pays $1,500 Win, $400 Runner-Up, $150 Semis and $25 Round starting 3rd Round win, based on 48 cars. Entry is $50, buybacks are $40.

Footbrake is Mopars vs. The World and pays $1,200 Win, $300 Runner-Up, $100 Semis and $20 Round starting with 3rd Round win, based on 48 cars. Entry is $40, buybacks are $30.

Jr. Dragster and Street ET each pays 80% back to Win, Runner-Up and Semis. Entry is $20, buybacks are $10.

Stock/Super Stocks pays $1,000 Win, $300 Runner-Up, $100 Semis, $50 Quarters, based on 32 cars. Entry is $40. Pro Tree is a .500 handicapped tree and pays $1,000 Win, $300 Runner-Up, $100 Semis, $50 Quarters, based on 32 cars. Entry is $40.

Gates open at 8:00 am with time runs at 10:30 am. Visit www.FarmingtonDragway.com.

Dave Milcarek's Photo Flashback: Bruce Larson in the USA-1 Monza Funny Car

Thanks to renowned drag race photographer Dave Milcarek for sharing photos from his archive with us. Dave is just as busy as ever, photographing weekly at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, NJ and Atco Dragway in Atco NJ, as well as at events at other tracks in the Northeast. See his work at www.DaveMilcarek.com. (photo by Dave Milcarek)

A Dragtime News Featured Photo: Brittany Force at the 2015 NHRA The Keystone Nationals

From Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 at Maple Grove Raceway: here's Brittany Force during the very tricky Saturday qualifying session just before laying down a Monster pass. (photo by Bob Beucler)

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Senft, Nichols Jr. & Mayers Claim Mid-Atlantic .90 Championships

Maple Grove Raceway, Reading, PA - Ash Senft knew he had a tough task in front of him going into the Mid-Atlantic .90 Association’s Season Finale weekend at Maple Grove Raceway. Facing almost a five round deficit over season-long point leader Kevin Scholl, Senft would need all the cards to fall his way by day's end on Sunday to be 2015 MASCA Champion. As Saturday’s eliminations began, things started to align themselves early in Race #9 as Senft & Scholl faced off in the 1st round of eliminations with the winner controlling their own destiny. Senft took a close 8.922 to 8.925 victory and rode that early momentum all the way to Saturday’s Winner’s Circle with a final-round victory over Kevin Robb's A-1 Mulch dragster. The win got Senft past Scholl for the points lead by a mere five markers going into Sunday’s Race #10. With the first point leader change of the year after Saturday's Race #9, Scholl knew he needed to go rounds on Sunday and have Senft bow out early for any chance of taking back the points lead and claiming his first MASCA Championship. Another top 5 player in the points derailed Scholl's program as third place Bill Hardifer had his own plan and got around Scholl at the stripe, ending any Championship hopes for the Hookdaddy Motorsports team. Senft was able to go deep enough in eliminations Sunday to clinch his first MASCA Championship.

Two champions were crowned after racing was completed on Saturday: Keith Mayers in MASSA (10.90) and Earl Nichols Jr. in MASGA (9.90). Mayers had a stellar year in his unique Porsche 944 netting a series-high 4 wins along with a runner-up over the 10-race season. He capped it off with a victory Saturday in a re-match of the Atco Race #2 final when Kelli Barbato went red in her ‘68 Camaro, thereby eliminating former Champ Jimmy Stack from Championship contention. Nichols was also on a season-long mission in the MASGA series with his "Cremator" topless Corvette. With 2 wins and 2 runner-ups during the season, he earned enough points to top rival and 3-time MASGA Champ Iggie Boicesco. This is the 3rd MASGA Championship for Earl, a multiple-business owner from Wilmington, DE. Saturday’s Race #9 MASGA final featured a pair of “locals” as Hank Smith and his Ken's Kustom Chassis topless ’15 Camaro took the win when Paul Schonberger's flamed Arrow also went red.

In Sunday’s Race #10, Walter Olt claimed the MASCA win over recent Englishtown LODRS S/C winner Danny "Mr. Happy" Bisbano when Bisbano lit the red bulb. In Super Gas, Jake Barbato finally overcame some major earlier-season gremlins by driving his ’98 Camaro to the last available MASGA win of the 2015 season by taking out the beautiful Mustang of New York’s Frank Volpe. In another classic Chevy vs. Ford battle, Barbato took the ‘tree and parlayed the .009 advantage into a double-breakout victory 9.896 to 9.889. Rounding out Race #10 action in Super Street, Dom Burgese out of Williamstown, NJ was able to grab the MASSA victory over first-time finalist Rick Mattioli’s multi-purpose ride in a battle of Gen 1 Camaros. The super-tight final saw Burgese grab a slight advantage at the ‘tree (.001 to .004) and go on to seal the deal with a 10.894 to 10.892 victory.

Text and photos: Rob Keister / Mid Atlantic .90 Association

Southern Outlaw Tour Season Finale at Montgomery Raceway Park
Montgomery, AL - Another season of Southern Outlaw Tour racing will soon be in the record books at Montgomery Raceway Park. Friday & Saturday, October 16 & 17 mark the finale of the Tour for this year. Classes will include Pro Modified, 5.70 Real Street, Super Pro, Outlaw Bottom Bulb and Jr. Dragster.

Pro Mod is a 16-car field for blown and nitrous. Payout is $3,000 Win, $1,500 Runner-Up, $750 Semis, $500 Quarters and $250 1st Round. Entry is free for car, driver and two crew members.

5.70 Real Street is for Real Street Racing Association members and pays $$1,500 Win, $600 Runner-Up, $250 Semis and $100 Quarters. Entry is $75. Super Pro pays $5,000 Win based on 50 car minimum. Entry is $100, 1st and 2nd Round buybacks are $50. Outlaw Bottom Bulb pays $1,000 Win, based on 25 car minimum. Entry is $40, buybacks are $25. Jr. Dragster pays $500 Win, $100 Runner-Up and $50 Semis. Entry is $40.

Gates open Friday at 4:00 pm with qualifying at 8:00 pm. Gates open Saturday at 9:00 am, with an open track shake-down at 1:30, qualifying at 3:00 pm and 5:00 pm, and 1st Round at 7:00 pm. Visit www.montgomeryracewaypark.com.

Summer Series Shootout Columbus Day Weekend at Atco Dragway
Atco, NJ - Atco Dragway’s Summer Series Shootout wraps up Columbus Day Weekend, Friday– Sunday, October 9-11, 2015. These quarter-mile gambler’s races are for dials of 6.50 – 12.99. Electronics permitted. No double-entries.

The payouts for Friday’s and Sunday’s races are $5,000 Win, $2,000 Runner-Up, $800 Semis, $400 Quarters (if 8 round race) and $75 Round starting with 3rd Round loser. Entry is $150 per day, buybacks are $95. Saturday’s race pays $10,000 Win, $3,000 Runner-Up, $1,000 Semis, $500 Quarters (if 8 round race) and $100 Round starting with 3rd Round loser. Entry is $200, buybacks are $125.

Gates open Friday at 11:00 am with time trials at 1:00 pm. Gates open Saturday and Sunday at 9:00 am with time trials at 10:00 am. For more information visit www.Atco-Dragway.com.

St. Louis Superbucks Showdown at Gateway Motorsports Park
MADISON, Illinois – The Illinois Lottery’s slogan is “Anything’s Possible” and a winner at Gateway Motorsports Park’s Oct. 17-18 St. Louis Superbucks Showdown could very well experience the biggest payoff in the track’s history of bracket-style drag racing.

The winner in each day’s final round of Super Pro eliminations could earn a $10,000 payday and the Pro bracket winner faces a potential $5,000 prize. The potential $10,000 Super Pro winner’s payout is based on 150 or more entries competing in the first round of eliminations. Likewise, the Pro winner’s potential payout of $5,000 is based on 150 or more entries competing in the first round of eliminations.

St. Louis Superbucks Showdown Payout Structure

Super Pro (Box) – 1/8 mile
  • Win (Based on 150 or more first-round entries): $10,000.
  • Win (Based on 100-149 first-round entries): $7,500.
  • Win (Based on 1-99 first-round entries): $5,000.
  • Runner-up: $1,000.
  • Semi: $250.
  • Quarters: $150.
  • Eighths (If more than 65 cars compete in first round): $100.
  • Entry fee: $100 (Purchase up to 2 class entries per day).
  • First or second-round buy-backs: $60.

Pro (No-Box) – 1/8 mile

  • Win (Based on 150 or more first-round entries): $5,000.
  • Win (Based on 100-149 first-round entries): $3,500.
  • Win (Based on 1-99 first-round entries): $2,500.
  • Runner-up: $500.
  • Semi: $125.
  • Quarters: $75.
  • Eighths: $50 (If more than 65 cars compete in first round);
  • Entry fee: $50 (Purchase up to 2 class entries per day).
  • First or second-round buybacks: $30.

Super Pro racers who enter the unique Illinois Lottery Run for the Money event have the opportunity to win a prize that could reach hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of dollars. The entry fee for the Illinois Lottery Run for the Money is $20. The driver who runs closest to his dial-in will receive 50% of the total entry fees collected and $500 worth of Illinois Lottery scratch-off tickets. Visit www.gatewaymsp.com.

NHRA 2015 National Performer Award Standings
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