This weekend, the American Drag League returns to the Virginia Motorsports Park just outside of Richmond, Virginia for the U.S. Drags V, where competitors in nearly every category will have a tough curtain call to make after a record-shattering affair just three weeks ago in St. Louis. As event No. 5 on the 10-race schedule, the title picture will become much clearer as the back end of the season draws nearer. DRAGZINE will be in the house all weekend long, providing same day coverage, news and notes from the pits, and photos of the non-stop action from Richmond!
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Q#1 Session Notes
Pro Nitrous: 20 cars made a pass, with Jim Halsey sitting #1 at 3.905/193.16, and Chris Juliano on the bump at 5.955. Pat Stoken, Rickie Jones, John Hall, and Randy Weatherford sitting numbers 17-20.
Extreme 10.5: Brad Brand is currently #1 at 4.242/170.32. Wild Bill DeVine is on the bump in the 8 car field.
Pro Mod- Jeff Naiser ran early in the session, and his 3.984 held on for the top position. Pat Musi and Fredy Scriba are not qualified.
Top Sportsman has 33 entries, Lizzy Musi the only non-qualifier. Travis Harvey is #1 at 4.141/173.43 in his 68 Camaro, and Stacy Hall is on the bump at 11.123 in a 63 Corvette.
Pro Extreme M/C: Dave Norris is #1 at 4.168/169.40. Notable is Ryan Schnitz is surprisingly #17.
- With the temps hovering around the century mark, thunderstorms have built around the track. This is the view from 6 pm. With lightening in the area, racing is halted for the moment. All cars in the lanes were sent back to the pits. Once the storm runs its course, racing is set to resume with Extreme Pro Stock session #2.
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