June 11 results

Five cars made up the Super Pro quarters on Sunday.  Mark Siegel picked up a win over Randy Krause by just .002.  Joe Barush Jr. got the win over Brent Novitsky.  Barush was .004 to Novitsky’s .044 and ran 7.828 on his 7.79 dial.  Jeff Krushinskie took the bye run to the semis.  In the semi final round.  Joe Barush took the bye run and Siegel paired up with Krushinskie.  Siegel picked up the win with a .001 package.  Siegel was .001 and ran 7.750 on his 7.75 dial.  Krushinskie lost with a .013 package (.005 8.228 on 8.22 dial).  In the final Siegel held the starting line advantage .017 to .023 and got the win light running a 7.755 on a 7.75 dial.  His .022 package left Barush no room with his .023 light.

 

In the quarters of Pro, Jeff Krushinskie got the win over Mark Dennebaum as Dennebaum left -.014 red.  Don Garloff won over Vinny DiMino, both drivers were late .050 to .054.  Garloff ran 9.190 on his 9.19 dial, DiMino broke out by .005 taking .001 stripe.  Last pair of the round was Kurt Holland and Al Shaver.  Holland didn’t take the grocery getter lightly, with an .010 and 9.910 on a 9.91 dial.  With that run Holland earned the bye to the final and left Krushinskie and Garloff.  Krushinskie left .010 to Garloss’s .030.  Jeff Picked up the win with a 9.126 on 9.11 dial.  Garloff broke out trying to stay ahead.  In the final, Holland left -.006 giving the win to Krushinskie.

 

In the street semis Brandon Cox won over DJ Clark.  Cox was .014 dead on 7 for the .021 package.  Clark left .005 but took too much stripe and broke out by .005.  Kaitlyn Krause took the bye run to the final round.  In the final, Cox picked up the win as Krause went -.012 red.

 

Another big field of Jrs took to the track Sunday.  Jarrod Kissinger, Tim Danley JR, Melissa Wilson, Sammy Sabo, and Lane Kahley were left in the quarters.  Kissinger picked up the win over Danley, Wilson won over Sabo, and Kahley took the bye run.  Kahley had engine troubles on his bye run and was unable to make the call for the semi finals, setting up a final round matchup between Kissinger and Wilson.  Wilson left with the advantage .009 to .053 and held on for the win with a 8.012 on her 8.00 dial.

 

Sam Koonsman took the Motorcycle win over Grayson Waldbrunn.