Jason Scruggs’ third win in the American Drag Racing League (ADRL) in 2012 ended up being his one of his favorite and it also proved to be a historic one.
At his home ADRL track and with plenty of friends and family watching, the Pro Extreme star went 3.736 at 207.34 mph to beat Brandon Pesz in the finals of the Memphis Drags III at Memphis International Raceway.
It pushed Scruggs’ career win total in the ADRL to nine, which also gives him the most wins in the history of the class.
Bob Rahaim’s dream season continued in Pro Nitrous, as he picked up his second win of 2012 with a 3.83 holeshot win against Doug Riesterer in a final that featured the top two drivers in the points standings.
Riesterer went an incredible 3.772, but Rahaim and his Jerry Bickel Race Cars Camaro had a significant advantage on the line (.085 reaction time to Riesterer’s .242) to hold off Riesterer in the race and in the points standings.
Top Sportsman — Marco Abruzzi, Chevy Camaro, 4.247, 166.09 def. Rick Corn, Dodge Avenger, 4.340, 163.26.
Pro Junior Dragster — Tracy Armer, Motorvatio, 7.871, 82.87 def. Jackson Core, Junior, DQ.
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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 […]