July 23 Results

The weather was far from nice on Sunday but the rain held out long enough for us to get a raceday complete.

In the quarters of Super Pro, Joe Barush Jr. in the dragster got the win over Kaitlyn Krause in the Camaro as Kaitlyn left -.003 too soon.  Billy Boyko picked up a win over Dave Daniels.  Boyko had a big starting line advantage held on for the win.  Rick car in the vega took out Dave Wruble in the Dragster.  Carr left with and .003 rt and ran 8.684 on his 8.67 dial for an .017 package, Wruble missed the tree .036 and had no chance.  Jeff Krushinskie took the last bye run of the race.  In the semis it was Billy Boyko taking on Jeff Krushinskie, Krushinskie left first with 8.26 dial to Boyko’s 7.57 dial.  Krushinskie left with a .004 rt and Boyko followed with a .009 rt.  Boyko ran dead on his dial 7.573 for the .012 package and got the win light.  Krushinskie got behind at the strip  .006, running 8.284 for the .018 package.  In the other semi final matchup, Barush picked up a win over Carr.  Barush had the rt advantage .008 to .033 and ran 7.833 on a 7.81 for the win.  In the final, Boyko remained locked in on the tree with a .008 as Barush missed it a little with a .028.  That advantage was all Boyko need to pick up the win as he ran a 7.585 on his 7.57 dial for the .023 package leaving Barush no room at the strip.  Boyko was killing the tree all day, in 6 rounds his reaction times were: .007, .001, .007, .006, .009, .008.  A .006 average with a .008 spread is very impressive.  Congratulations Boyko family on the win.


In the Pro quarters, Kurt Holland picked up a double breakout win over Paul Stravinsky.  Jeff Krushinskie got the win over Vinny DiMino as DiMino left -.004 red.  In the final pair of the round John Binkle picked up a double breakout win over Mark Price.  Holland earned the bye to the final with his .008 and left Binkle and Krushinskie to run for the other spot in the final round.  Jeff left first with a .006 and Binkle followed with a -.001 red light to send Krushinskie to the final.  In the final, Jeff had the rt advantage .026 to Holland’s .035, but gave the stripe back by .001 giving Holland the win as he ran 9.942 on his 9.94 dial.


In the Street semis, DJ Clark took the bye run to the final as Brandon Cox took on Kevin Fahey.  Fahey left too soon sending Cox into another final round with DJ Clark.  In the final, Cox left -.006 red to give the win to Clark.


In the Jr. Dragster semis, Jonathan Northrop picked up the win over Robert Croce.  Croce was behind on the tree, Northrop took advantage and held on for the win to advance to the final.  Jessie Biondo took the semi final bye run to advance to the final.  In the final round, both drivers left too soon and lit the red light, but Biondo was less red earning her first win.  Congratulations to Jessie. Both Bobby Fortuna and Jessie Biondo picked up their first wins this weekend.

Sam Koonsman picked up the motorcycle win over Lee Burgess.

July 22 Results

Jr. Dragster was the only class we were able to complete today due to Heavy rain coming in just before 1st round of the other classes.  Its the Eastern Conference Finals weekend at Bristol, Tn, so some of our Jrs. were away competing at that event so its a non points day for Jr racers.  At the ECF, Numidia was well respresented in the late rounds.  Lorelie Hoover was a quarterfinalist in the fun race earlier in the week, Jaiman Dietz was a quarterfinalist in the 10 year old age group and Liberti Firster made it to the final round in her age group, losing a very close race in the final round.  Great job to all team Numidia in Bristol.


Back at Numidia, we had a good field of Jrs. despite all of the drivers in Bristol.  In the Semi final round, The little tuna, Bobby Fortuna, picked up a win over Maura Evans.  Tuna left first with an .026 rt as Maura followed with an -.033 rt.  In the other semi final matchup, Shelby Wruble won against Gavin Shoemaker.  Wruble had the better reaction time .049 to .076 advancing to the final round.  In the final, Tuna left first with his 9.07 dial to Wruble’s 7.92.  Tuna picked up his first win as Wruble left -.039 too quick.  Congratulations to Bobby Fortuna on your first of many wins.

July 9th Results

Great day of racing on Sunday.  We started early Sunday, finishing Saturday’s race from 2nd round on and both days of .90 racing.  Even with an oil down from 300′ to the return road, we got everything done before dark.  The track staff did another tremendous job this weekend.  Drying the track twice on Saturday and having the track ready for 8am Sunday morning.  Even with the heat, rain, long days of racing and a ton of cars going down the track, conditions were perfect all weekend.

With five left in Sunday’s quarter final round of Super Pro, Randy Krause earned the bye run, Tim Armstrong was paired with Billy Boyko, and Vince Shrawder was paired with TC Smith.  Tim Armstrong left with an .012 RT to Boyko’s .025 and took the win by .005, running 7.610 on his 7.60 dial.  TC Smith fell asleep on the tree, Shrawder left with an .011 and drove by running 7.326 on his 7.31 dial.  The Shank’s .011 RT earned him the bye to the final as Armstrong and Krause lined up.  Only .002 separated them on the tree, Armstrong had the advantage .008 to .010 for Krause.  At the stripe, Armstrong picked up the double breakout win by just .001, running 7.598 on his 7.60 dial.  In the final round, Armstrong left first with an .028 to Shank’s .032 and held on for the win by just .008 running 7.592 on his 7.59 dial to Shank’s 7.306 on 7.30 dial.   After this weekend races Jeff Krushinskie remains in the points lead.  Jack Ostrowski closed the gap and is a few round behind, Vinny DiMino, Vince Shrawder, and Mark Price round out the top 5.

Five cars were left in the Pro quarter finals, Kurt Holland and Mike Mackey were making their 2nd quarter finals appearances of the weekend, joined by Soggy Dunn, Ed Sabo Jr., and Tom Mull.  Soggy Dunn, racing the ’68 Camaro this week as the Numidia Dragway Corvette awaits a new torque converter, earned the bye run.  Kurt Holland used a .007 RT to take out Tom Mull.  Ed Sabo Jr. left -.016 sending Mike Mackey to the semis.  Holland took the bye run to the final for the second race in a row.  Soggy Dunn took on Mike Mackey for the other spot in the final.  Mackey left first with an .037 RT, Soggy followed with an .020 RT, both guys were playing the top end game an Soggy took the win running closer to his dial.  In the final, Soggy left first with an .042 RT to Holland’s .023, Holland ran 9.844 on his 9.83 to take the win as Soggy broke out trying to stay ahead.  Points leader Mark Dennebaum took the weekend to attend the World Footbrake Challenge in Bristol Tennessee.  Thanks to his tremendous start to the season he still sits atop the Pro points by nearly 100 points.  Ryan Geyer is second followed by Soggy Dunn, Mike Mackey, and Kurt Holland, who all jumped into the top 5 after strong weekend performances.

In the Street quarters, Brandon Cox used an .010 RT to take out Gabe Earnest.  Dylan Biondo had the RT advantage over Joe Clark and held on for the win, for his third semi final appearance of the weekend.  DJ Clark took the bye run to the semi final round.  In the semis, DJ Clark used a .000 RT to take out Biondo and advance to the final round.  Brandon Cox took the bye run to the final.  DJ Clark and Brandon Cox are sitting 1 and 2 in the street points.  This final had no impact on that though as both drivers had to buyback in this one.  DJ Clark picked up the win with a .023 RT and dead on 12.790 on 12.79, Cox was .022 but got behind .016 at the stripe.  Its a 3 horse race for the Street points lead.  DJ Clark remains out front, followed by his dad Joe Clark and Brandon Cox.  Rick Hafer and Mike Mackey round out the top 5 from a distant 4 and 5th.

Sam Koonsman picked up the motorcycle win over Lee Burgess.

In the Jr. Dragster quarter final round, Shelby Wruble took out her brother Ryan Wruble, Gavin Shoemaker got the win over Dylan Biondo, Melissa Wilson won over Brai Tate, and Mark Price Jr defeated Lorelie Hoover.  In the semis, Melissa Wilson left -.010 red sending Shelby Wruble to the final.  Gavin Shoemaker used a RT advantage to take the win over Mark Price Jr.  In the final Wruble left -.026 giving Shoemaker the win.  Melissa Wilson continues to lead the Jr. Dragster points, but Gavin Shoemaker has closed the gap and is only 3 rounds behind.  Ryan Wruble, Tim Danley Jr., and Shelby Wruble round out the top 5.


July 8th Results

We had a lot going on this Saturday with great car counts in all of our summit series points classes, .90 racing, Jet cars, nitro Harley, fireworks and Ralph DeBruin Memorial Tribute.  Two rain showers on a day with no rain in the forecast put the schedule behind and forced us to finish racing on Sunday morning.


In the quarters of Jr. Dragster Dylan Biondo used an .046 8.058 on 8.04 dial to take the win over Shelby Wruble, who missed the tree and ran .016 above her dial.  Lane Kahley picked up a win over Jaiman Dietz. Kahley was .032 and .028 above his dial as Dietz was late on the tree.  Ryan Wruble advanced with a win over Maura Evans.  Wruble held the advantage off the start .043 to .057 and ran closer to his dial with a 7.932 on 7.92.  Gavin Shoemaker won over Robert Croce to set the semi finals.  Shoemaker was .036 and .018 above his dial as Croce was late and broke out.  Starting off the semis was Dylan Biondo and Gavin Shoemaker dialed 8.03 and 8.94 respectively.  Shoemaker left first with a nice .027 rt and ran 8.954 on his 8.94, a run normally good enough to pick up a win in the Jr. Dragster class.  But Biondo followed his .027 rt with a .003 rt, and ran dead on his dial with a 0 for the .003 package, probably the best package of the year so far.  The other semi final matchup was also a good race.  Kahley left with an .019 rt followed by Wruble with a .032 rt.  Kahley broke out by .010 as Wruble dropped to go .013 above his dial and advance to the final.  In the final, both drivers were a little behind on the tree and Ryan Wruble picked up the win as Dylan Biondo Broke out trying to stay ahead.  This is Wruble’s second win in a row as he also won on July 2nd.

Saturday was another $1,000 payday for the street winner with the 2nd Bob Mackey Memorial Street Series race of the season.  In the quarters Bob’s son, Mike Mackey driving Bob’s beautiful Dart,  picked up a win over Ed Sabo Jr. in the Monte.  Sabo missed the tree, Mackey did not.  Dylan Biondo driving his new Mustang got a win over Lauren Kanuik.  Biondo had a 2 tenths advantage on the tree and turned that into a win light.  Rick Hafer had the rt advantage over Joe Clark but took too much stripe and broke out sending Clark to the semis.  Sandy Thurston took the last bye run of the race, in her Dodge Dart, to a spot in the semis.  In the semis, Thurston got the win over Mackey.  Mackey was behind on the tree and broke out trying to stay ahead.  In the other matchup, Biondo left with the rt advantage but took a little too much stripe and lost the double break out race to Joe Clark.  In the final, Clark had the RT advantage and ran dead on his dial to pick up the win and the $1k payday.  Thurston was behind on the tree and had to break out.  With the win Joe Clark, 2015 BMMSS Champion,  moved into 1st place in the BMMSS points chase.

Six driver were left in the quarter final round of Pro.  Kurt Holland laid down a strong .011 package to take out Mason Fix.  Fix was .013 and took .011 stripe but Holland’s .001 pack left him no chance.  Ryan Geyer picked up the win over Mark Price, as Price left -.029 red, Geyer was ready with a .008 RT and ran it out to a 9.876 on a 9.88.  Mike Mackey advanced to the semis with a win over Roy Hall.  Mackey had the RT advantage and picked up the win in a double breakout.  Holland’s .005 RT earned him the bye run into the final.  Mackey left .016 to Geyer’s .030 and ran dead on 10.603 on a 10.60 to get the win as Geyer broke out.  In the final, Holland left with the RT advantage .028 to Mackey’s .047 and picked up the win by just .004 in a double breakout.


Six drivers were also left in the quarter final round of Super Pro.  Vinny DiMino left with a .004 RT against Jack Ostrowski who followed with a -.002 red light, sending Vinny to the semis.  Next pair up was Billy Boyko and Rob DiMino.  Boyko left first with an .018 RT, Rob followed with a .000 RT and ran 7.101 on a 7.09 dial to take the win.  Last pair out was Mark Earnest and Peter Biondo.  Earnest left -.009 red, Biondo was .006 advancing to the semis.  Rob DiMino earned the semi final bye run with his .000 RT.  In the semi final matchup, Biondo left with the RT advantage by .007 but got behind .003 at the finish line as DiMino ran dead on his dial in.  In the Final Vinny DiMino pick up the win over his brother Robert DiMino.  Rob slightly missed the tree allowing Vinny to take the win by just .002.

Jeff Stahl on the Ninja picked up the Motorcyle win over Lee Burgess on his Hyabusa.

July 2 Results

$5k Super Pro

Win- Brian Reklaitis .014 7.288 (7.28)
R/U- Jeff Serra          .012 7.677 (7.65)

Semis- Peter Biondo -.008 9.822 (9.81)

Quarters- Jon-Jon Ciccarrone & Brian Hoover

$3k Footbrake

Win- John Binkle .027 8.872 (8.85)
R/U- Joe Clark      .068 11.972 (11.96)

Semis- Paul Stravinsky -.004 9.282 (9.31)

Quarters- Tom Harhart, Roy Hall, Jeff Santin

Mid Atlantic .90 Association



Mid Atlantic .90 Series returns to Numidia on July 8th & 9th:

The Mid Atlantic .90 Series returns to Numidia Dragway after almost a 4 year hiatus from the Central Pa facility. The series that consists of Super Comp (8.90 Index .370 Pro Tree), Super Gas (9.90 Index .400 Pro Tree)& Super Street (10.90 Index .500 Pro Tree) is open to any and all NHRA / IHRA legal cars. The series has already completed 4 events in the 2017 season at Atco Dragway & Cecil County Dragway. Bill Hardifer (Super Comp), Hank Smith (Super Gas) & Dom Burgese (Super Street) are the points leaders coming into Race # 5 & 6 at Numidia. The series features all the NHRA .90 racers that you see at the Division 1 events and National Events along with some that are still around from when Numidia held a Lucas Oil Series Event in the early 2000′s. To sweeten the pot for this event track owner Bob Dimino & Mid Atlantic .90 President Rob Keister are putting up a guaranteed $1,500 to win in all three classes on Saturday & Sundayalong with a one-of a kind laser cut trophy done by S&W Race Cars and big checks courtesy of Inmotion Solutions. To enter it is $30.00 at the gate & $75.00 paid to Rob Keister before the 2nd qualifying shot.  Rob will be located on the right side of the track as the .90 cars will be parked on the other side of the track and working out of those lanes (Look for the banner). The series pays back at 3rd round loser. We will also have a racers BBQ on Saturday Night that is free to all the racers and crew who participated that day. If you have any questions feel free to contact Rob Keister @ [email protected] or 856-332-2851.