I just can't believe that Tracy let's you race so much, knowing that you are needing to get to that yard work. Congrats Damon you worked hard to get where you are at with your car, and keep after it, you will win a big event with that car yet. 8)
My expectations were met this year. I started from scratch and wanted to just be competitive in the class that I built the truck for. Finished the truck just in time to leave for my first race of the season. Loaded it on the trailer and headed to a small town drag about a half hour from here. The truck that is the reigning class champ from the Mid States organization was there, and I did get to race him twice and only lost by a slim margin. That was a huge amount of satisfaction there, as the truck still needs some major tuning and a good set of headers. Took second in Sportsman, first in Super Stock that night. Got ready for the second race and had excellent response from the crowd that day. Blew the tranny and still made second place. Ordered the parts for the tranny with a week or so to get the tranny done, spent a couple of real late nights trying to get it done, but the Good Lord decided I was not going to race the last race of the season. Oh well one first and two second place finishes were very gratifying to me and there is always next year. A big thanks to Doug, Randy B, Frank, Lem, Denny, Bret, and many others here for all of the help getting where I did in such a short time. Start to finish on the project was about 3 months.
run what ya brung and hope you brung enough
89 F150 mud drag truck
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