Weekend Results 8-5 & 8-6

Saturday August 5th

Super Pro

Winner- Brad Givler
Runner-up- Bobby Fortuna
Semis- Mark Siegel
Quarters- Bob Kolibsky, Robert DiMino Jr.




Winner- Vinny DiMino
Runner-up- John Binkle
Semis- Mark Dennebaum, Ed Sabo Jr
Quarters- Mike haines, Adam Werner, Kim Morris


Street- Bob Mackey Memorial Street Series


Winner- Joe Clark
Runner-up- Mike Mackey
Semis- Gabe Earnest
Quarters- Tom Correll, Emily Sabo, Bob Ormsbee

With only 1 BMMSS Race remaining for the 2017 Season Joe Clark’s Win put himself in good postion for another BMMSS Championship with a 44 point lead over 2nd place Mike Mackey.  The final race is August 26th.  Joe Clark has the best odds of winning the BMMSS Championship, but Mike Mackey and Gabe Earnest are still in it coming into the final race.


Jr. Dragster


Winner- Lane Kahley
Runner-up- Ben Spotts
Semis- Lil Tuna(Bobby Fortuna), Brai Tate
Quarters- Melissa Wilson, Maddie Stephens, Mark Price Jr., Gavin Shoemaker

Sunday August 6th

Super Pro

Winner- Randy Krause
Runner-up- Bobby Fortuna
Semis- Robert DiMino Jr.
Quarters- Mark Siegel, Matt Reklaitis

A great weekend for the Big Tuna, 2 final round appearances coming up just short in both.  Heading into the final weekend of the 2017 points season.  Jeff Krushinksie remains up front with a 4 round lead over 2nd place Vinny DiMino.  Jack Ostowski is a close 3rd with Brad Givler and Mark Siegel rounding out the top 5.  The top 7 are all mathematically alive for the championship, but most likely the champion will come down to Krushinskie, DiMino, or Ostrowski.  If Krushinksie, 2014 S/pro champ, hangs on to his lead he will be the first S/Pro Driver to win 2 championships since the DiMino Family took over Numidia Dragway in 2006.  DiMino and Ostrowski are looking for their first points championships.




Winner- Sean Steffey
Runner-up- Jeff Krushinskie
Semis- Vinny DiMino, John Binkle
Quarters- Brock Moshier, Harry Bartman, Kurt Holland

Mark Dennebaum continues to lead the pro points and with over a 6 round lead over 2nd place Kurt Holland, is the heavy favorite to take the points title.  Soggy Dunn, Ryan Geyer, and Vinny DiMino round out the top 5 and are all  barely mathematically alive for the championship.




Winner- Gabe Earnest
Runner-up- DJ Clark
Semis- Brandon Cox, Denny Renninger
Quarters- Shannon Fordyce, Mark Price Jr, Tom Harhart

DJ Clark remains atop the street points, and with an 8 round lead over 2nd place Joe Clark, has all but wrapped up his 2017 Street Class Championship.  Coming into the final weekend Joe Clark is the only other driver that is still alive for the championship.  Brandon Cox, Mike Mackey, and Rick Hafer round out the top 5.


Jr. Dragster


Winner- Lorelie Hoover
Runner-up- Shannon Fordyce
Semis- Matt Witkowski, Bethany Fluck
Quarters- Lil Tuna, Maura Evans, Jaiman Dietz, Brai Tate


The Jr. Dragster points title is up for grabs.  Melissa Wilson is currently in 1st and will represent Numidia Dragway in the race of champions at the D1 Jr. Championships.  Heading into the final weekend Gavin Shoemaker is only 1 round behind.  Ryan Wruble, Lorelie Hoover, and Tim Danley Jr. round out the top 5.

NHRA D1 Jr. Dragster Championship

Jr Flyer Update

Harley Drags


July 30th Results

Picking up with Sundays Jr. Dragster quarter final round, Jaiman Dietz won over Brai Tate, Melissa Wilson took out Ryan Wruble, and Shelby Wruble won over Lorelie Hoover.  In the semis, Jaiman Dietz picked up a win over Melissa Wilson, Dietz had the rt advantage and ran closer to his dial to advance to the final round.  Shleby Wruble took the semi final bye run.  In the final Dietz nearly mirrored his semi final run and the results were the same as he picked up the win over Shelby Wruble.  Sunday was the last day to decide the Race of Champions representative, Melissa Wilson’s semi final appearance was enough to secure her spot at #1 in the points.  Gavin Shoemaker, Ryan Wruble, Tim Danley Jr, and Shleby Wruble round out the top 5 in Jr. Dragster points.


In the quarters of street, Mike Mackey took out Bryce Vollman, Brandon Cox, took out Rick Hafer, Rick Morris took out Gabe Earnest and Joe Clark took the bye to the semis.  In the semis, Mackey took out Morris and Cox left -.009 giving the win to Clark.  In the final, Mackey got the win over Clark.  DJ Clark continues to lead the street class in points with a nearly 2 race lead over 2nd place Joe Clark, with only 4 points races remaining.  Brandon Cox, Mike Mackey, and Rick Hafer round out the top 5.


In the pro quarters, Brock Moshier took out Sean Steffey, Kurt Holland beat Ryan Geyer, Vinny DiMino picked up a win over Kim Morris, and Jeff Krushinskie took the last bye of the race.  In the semis, Krushinskie had a small .003 rt advantage over Moshier (.007 to .010) but got behind at the stripe sending Moshier to the final.  Kurt Holland lit the red light by just -.004 sending DiMino to the final round against Moshier.  In the final, Moshier left DiMino no room with his .004 RT and 8.964 on 8.95 dial for the .018 package. DiMino was .036 RT 9.088 on 9.08 dial.  Moshier was locked in on the bottom bulb all day varying just .012 in his RT (.004 to .016).  Mark Dennebaum remains in the #1 spot in pro points but his lead has shrunk over the past few weeks.  Soggy Dunn is sitting in 2nd followed by Ryan Geyer, Kurt Holland, and Mike Mackey.


Five were left in the Super pro quarters, Jeff Krushinskie took out Dan Marinelli, Vinny DiMino took out Brian Vollman, and Mark Siegel took the bye run.  In the semis, DiMino took the bye run to the final, his 3rd final round of the weekend, as Siegel matched up with Krushinskie.  Krushinskie left first with a .001 to Siegel’s .023.  Krushinskie got to the stripe first by .011 giving him the win and his  2nd final round of the weekend.  In the final, Krushinskie dialed the Allan Sinko owned firebird to a 8.19 and DiMino dialed his Race-tech dragster to a 7.41.  DiMino held a .002 RT advantage (.014 to .016) and got to the stripe first by just .004, but broke out by .002.  Krushinskie ran 8.190 on his 8.19 dial and picked up the win with the .016 package.  The win was Krushinskie 2nd of weekend (Pro on Sat) and DiMino’s 3rd Runner up of the weekend(SP on sat, SP & Pro on Sun).  Jeff Krushinskie remains in the #1 Spot in points, about 3 rounds ahead of Vinny DiMino in 2nd.  Jack Ostrowski, CJ Drake, and Randy Krause round out the top 5 in points.



July 29 Results

This weekend we finally had beautiful weather on a Saturday and Sunday.  Saturday was King of the Track day at Numidia, winners in super pro, pro, street, and motorcycle run off for a Wally, Nhra Jacket, and bragging rights.


We started the day as always with Jr. dragsters.  In the quarter finals, Lorelie Hoover won over Shleby Wruble, Gavin Shoemaker won over Ryan Wruble, Melissa Wilson won over Brai Tate, and Liberti Ferster took the last bye run of the race into the semi finals.  In the Semis, Shoemaker picked up the win over Ferster, as Liberti left -.024 too quick.  Melissa Wilson picked up the win over Lorelie Hoover.  Wilson had the starting line advantage and ran closer to her dial to secure the win.  The final round would pair #1 and #2 in points, with the NHRA D1 Jr. race coming up soon this is the last weekend to decide who would represent Numidia as the race of champions competitor.  Both drivers were on their game for the final, Shoemaker left first on a 9.06 dial to Wilson’s 8.01.  Shoemaker left with the starting line advantage .039 to .043 and was able to hold on a pick up the double breakout win by just .002.  Shoemaker’s win put him with in 2 rounds of 1st place with only Sunday’s race to decide the race of champions representative.


William Danley won the motorcycle class and would hang around to later in the day to run-off for the king of the track wally.


In the street quarters, DJ Clark won over Mark Price Jr, Rick Hafer won over Ashley Held, Mike Mackey won over Rick Morris, and Ron Sternosky took the last bye of the race.  In the semis, Mackey used a big reaction time advanatgae to take out Sternosky.  DJ Clark laid down a .019 package to take out Hafer who had a good run himself with a .025 rt and ran dead on with a .007 for the .032 package.  In the final, Mackey left -.014 too quick giving the win to Clark.


In the pro quarters, Sean Steffey took out John DeBalso, Mark Price won over Soggy Dunn, Dave Harvey took down Terry Neiman and Jeff Krushinskie took the bye run into the semis.  In the Semis, Dave Harvey is making his trip to Numidia from South Jersey pay off as he uses a .017 rt 10.990(10.98) .027 package to take out Mark Price and advances to the final round.  Jeff Krushinskie had the rt advantage over Sean Steffey .019 to .036 and held on for the win as Steffey broke out.  In the final, Krushinskie remained solid on the tree posting a great .009 rt, Harvey was killing the tree all day but missed it a little with a .043.  At the stripe, both drivers were on the brakes, but Krushinskie picked up the win by just .001 in a double breakout.  Krushinskie will try to win his first wally in the king of the track run-off.


In the super pro quarters, CJ Drake picked up a win over Jeff Krushinskie by just .003 in a double breakout, Vinny DiMino got the win over Matt Reklaitis, and Tommy Hoover took the bye run.  In the semis, DiMino picked up the win as Hoover left just -.001 red.  CJ Drake took the bye run to the final.  In the final round, DiMino missed the tree with an .038,  Drake was solid with an .011 and took .005 at the stripe to pick up the win.


DJ Clark in the street class nova would out last the other winners to pick up the King of the Track wally.IMG_9535


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.