MAY 13 — Drag racing results from the St. Louis Nostalgia Rendezvous at Gateway Motorsports Park on Saturday, May 13. Organizations: Nostalgia Drag Racing League (NDRL), Victory Nostalgia Super Stocks (VNSS) and Ozark Mountain Super Shifters. Gassers and Funny Cars ran as exhibition classes.
Final-round results, indicating racer, hometown, vehicle, reaction time, elapsed time, top speed:
ROSS RACING ENGINES PRO 7.0
Winner: Billy Smith (Pickerington, Ohio) dragster .008 7.057 sec. 180.16 mph.
Runner-up: Jamie Palmer (Bowling Green, Ohio) -.143 (fouled) 7.169 sec. 194.32 mph.
PHENIX INDUSTRIES PRO 7.5
Winner: Bo Boles (Slaughters, Kentucky) 1923 Ford T .048 7.498 sec. 177.16 mph.
Runner-up: Jarrod Bradshaw (Utica, Kentucky) dragster .007 7.480 sec. 175.55 mph.
ROD & KUSTOM PRO COMP
Winner: Ted Maynor (Jackson, Michigan) .051 9.001 sec. 133.74 mph.
Runner-up: Glenn Lever (Rochester, New York) dragster .100 7.966 sec. 14.49 mph.
QUICK FUEL PRO GAS
Winner: Greg Hillyer (Plainfield, Indiana) 1968 Mustang .045 9.987 sec. 133.29 mph.
Runner-up: Chuck Owen (N. Aurora) 1970 Camaro -.001 (fouled) 13.992 sec. 68.15 mph.
VICTORY NOSTALGIA SUPER STOCK
Winner: Tim Frees (Menasha, Wisconsin) 1963 Plymouth .107 10.518 sec. 116.45 mph.
Runner-up: B.J. Bax (Henley, Missouri) 1965 GTO .098 11.280 sec. 119.06 mph.
OZARK MOUNTAIN SUPER SHIFTERS
Winner: Jerry McMans (Madrix, Iowa) Oldsmobile -.018 (fouled) 7.371 sec. 183.24 mph.
Runner-up: Rachel Jones (Shawnee, Kansas) 1968 Camaro -.007 (fouled) 9.932 sec. 137.67 mph.
Winner: Jason McKague (Ballwin, Missouri) Nova .044 10.772 sec. 95.19 mph.
Runner-up: Curt Hoeft (Chamois, Missouri) 1969 Nova .014 6.438 sec. 105.97 mph.
Winner: Jon Tignor (Hillsboro, Missouri) 1979 Malibu .021 6.105 Sec. 110.96 mph.
Runner-up: Jeremy McKague (Chamois, Missouri) 1969 Nova .104 6.438 sec. 105.97 mph.
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About Gateway Motorsports Park
Gateway Motorsports Park is the home of INDYCAR, NASCAR and NHRA racing in the St. Louis region. Located just five minutes from downtown St. Louis and covering more than 340 acres, Gateway Motorsports Park is the largest outdoor entertainment facility in the area. Gateway Motorsports Park’s facilities include a 1/4-mile drag strip, 1.25-mile superspeedway, 1.6-mile road course, the state-of-the-art Gateway Kartplex and a 14-acre, multi-purpose dirt off-road venue.