by TJ Pruitt, DragCoverage.com Publisher
It’s not everyday that you have the opportunity to run across a racer like Timmy Fieramusca. Fieramusca is probably one of the most impressive racers that DragCoverage.com has interviewed in its nine year existence.
At the age of 20, Timmy Fieramusca, Kenner, Louisiana, has already accomplished more on the dragstrip that most will in a life time. Fieramusca started his racing career at age 12 and has won 3 King of the Coast Championships (2007, 2008, and 2009) and was crowned the 2009 No Problem Raceway Track Champion in 2009. He has also won multiple races throughout his years of racing in jr. dragster and footbrake.
In 2009 he immediately learned the techniques it takes to be a champion in footbrake. The stellar race won races during his first year competing in the class. In Fieramusca also won the Ford vs Chevy event at Gulfport dragway, which is a prestige event in the south east. He backed up his Ford vs Chevy victory by winning the event again in 2010.
Fieramusca’s resume includes not only victories at the King of the Coast events, but Bristol Dragway, Emerald Coast Dragway, No Problem Raceway, and various tracks across the south.
The most impressive season for the standout racer was 2011. The Team Wolverine racer entered three different series at three different tracks an won all three championships. He was also awarded the 2011 King of the Coast Kingpin Winner, winning the most “money” round appearances for the series in his 1981 Chevy Camaro.
DragCoverage.com would like to congratulate Fieramusca on his accomplishments and wishes him the best in 2012.
Fieramusca’s 2011 Championships
2011 King of the Coast Champion
2011 Hub City Dragway Champion
2011 State Capitol Raceway Cajun Super Series Champion
Click the following link to view Gaylon Rolison’s interview with Fieramusca: http://www.dragcoverage.com/?p=1726
Mar 04, 2014 1
Feb 21, 2014 1
Feb 10, 2014 0
Mar 11, 2014 0Good winter day DC readers! My goodness what a tough and long ‘off’ season it has been. I’m 42 years old and although I didn’t keep up with the weather as a youngster, I am 97.29% sure this is the hardest winter I’ve seen. Snow and ice are a drag racer’s enemy and we’ve had […]