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Race Results June 29-July 1

The third race of the season was contested under hot and humid conditions at Greenfield Dragway; and included the Atlantic Pro Tree Series on Saturday and the Atlantic Drag Racing Series on Sunday.  A total of 154 entries took part over the weekend but it was 3 entries that did a majority of the winning as Mark Green won Super Comp on Saturday & Super Pro on Sunday, youngest son Jensen with a win in Junior Gamblers and a third on Sunday, and finally oldest son Rylie scoring the victory in Sportsmen.

A field of 48 qualified in Shelburne Stevedores Super Pro with New Glascow’s Faber Mackie putting his Chev Malibu on the pole with a 10.430 ET on his 10.43 dial. But it was Mark Green’s day as he took out Josh Goodwin, Doug Decker, Yves Campagna and Tony MacNeil to get to the final.  On the other side of the ladder Jason MacNeil was mowing them down with a series of double 0 lights; including a .003 RT in the semi to defeat Kandy Mitton and set up the final against Green.  But in the final it was Green with the better light, .010 to .021, and a double-breakout victory in a very tight race.

In Cottman Transmission Pro, a field of 32 qualified and Nick Hirtle led the way with an 11.903 on an 11.90 dial. One semi-final pitted Jeremy Keans against Bill Sheppard; Sheppard went .027 on the tree and that was enough to push Keans under his dial and ending up third. In the other semi, Ian Longmire narrowly missed a perfect light going -.003 and handing the victory to Peter Marshall from Hackett’s Cove.  In the final both drivers went red but Marshall left first, giving the victory to Sheppard with his 340 powered Duster.

The Ian’s Automotive Sportsman field qualified 20 entries and for the third consecutive time Vince Hazel of Windsor rowed gears to number one with a 16.486 on his 16.48 dial. Vince marched all the way to the semi-finals before getting bounced by Rylie Green from Berwick, NB.  Green faced local Chris Robar from Caledonia in the final; Robar red-lighted his chance and Green rolled to a 13.948 on his 13.93 and the win.

The Shore Cycle Bike and Sled class had 15 entries and Glenn Frizzell from Charlottetown led qualifying with a 10.102 on a 10.08 dial riding his Arctic Cat Thundercat.  In one semi it was Kevin King from Reserve Mines with the better light and the win over Ricky Nauss Sr, and Darren Creamer took –out fellow Islander Ron Savidant in the other semi-final.  Creamer had a slight start line advantage, .077 to King’s .094 and that was enough to take the win in the double break-out final.

In Pro Tech Roofing & Construction Junior Dragster, Kale Johnson from Milton qualified number one with an elapsed time of 8.313 on his 8.31 dial. Johnson beat out Jensen Green from Berwick, NB in semis, leaving Green with a third place finish for the day.  In the final, Johnson lined-up against Gavin Pozzebon from Gardiner Mines, Cape Breton. Pozzebon ran 9.483 on a 9.40 but Jonson was a bit closer with an 8.259 on his 8.22 dial to take the win.

Here are the results from Saturday’s Pro Tree Series and Gamblers races:

Super Street  10.90:

W         Benny Nieston  .011 RT, 10.944 ET, 125.85 MPH                                                                           L         Tony MacNeil    .017 RT, 10.979 ET, 118.36 MPH

Super Gas 9.90:

W         Kandy Mitton    .005 RT, 9.934 ET, 136.22 MPH                                                                              L          Benny Nieston  .025 RT, 9.897 ET, 137.88 MPH

Super Comp 8.90:

W           Mark Green       .034 RT, 8.905 ET, 154.41 MPH                                                                           L           Jason MacNeil    .009 RT, 8.946 ET, 155.09 MPH

Delay Gamblers:        

W    Cindy Petitpas   Dial 9.92, .007 RT, 9.947 ET, 128.18 MPH                                                               L    John Rankin       Dial 8.83, .028 RT, 8.840 ET, 149.59 MPH          

No Box Gamblers:

W     Rickey Nauss Jr Dial 9.94, .063 RT, 9.934 ET, 130.72 MPH                                                                   L   Scott Sprague       Dial 11.28, .061 RT, 11.273 ET, 116.16 MPH

Junior Dragster Gamblers:

W        Jenson Green    Dial 8.14, .064 RT, 8.199 ET, 79.75 MPH                                                               L        Kale Johnson     Dial 8.25, .183 RT, 8.290 ET, 76.72 MPH


Action resumes August 10-12 with the annual big dollar bracket bash and the Atlantic Stock / Superstock Association.

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