Team Flatbill Promotions brought Mississippi Madness to Holly Springs Dragway over the weekend where Rick Baehr, Cody Graham, and Charlie Lockhart dominated the event.
Team Flatbill Promotions brought three exciting days of racing to Holly Springs with $7,500 to win each day in Box and $3,000 to win each day in No Box. Junior dragsters ran Saturday and Sunday.
Along with the main events, shootouts were ran every day. The event was packed with multiple chances for racers to park their ride in the winner’s circle!
Johnny Bates defeated Cory Glidewell in the final round of the Thursday night Gambler’s Race.
JR Barclay became the first repeat winner for Team Flatbill after defeating Jacob Tritch in the first $7500 Box final round.
The Lockhart brothers battled it out in the final round of No Box with Charlie coming out on top and Wesley taking the runner-up spot. Lockhart continued his winning streak by finding the winner’s circle again in the No Box Shootout. He defeated Tommy Jackson in the final round.
Cody Graham defeated Jake Hodge in the Box $5,000 to win shootout.
Dan Hall was victorious over Jesse Bobo in the Saturday $7,500 to win Box main event.
Austin Richardson defeated Tommy Jackson in the No Box final round.
Shelby Thurman was victorious in the junior dragster final round.
Cody Graham was once again victorious in the $5,000 to win shootout, taking home the win over Brandon Seale
Rick Baehr made his presence known on Sunday, taking home the checks in both classes. He defeated Bryson Scruggs in the Box final round and Tyler McMillan in the No Box final round. Scruggs had problems in his dragster after the burnout but was able to hop into his other ride to give Baehr a run for his money.
Callie White took home the win in the junior dragster final round.
About the author: Megan Strassweg is a 22 year old Super Comp racer from Louisville, Kentucky. She races a 2015 American Dragster sponsored by Coolshirt Systems. She graduated from Western Kentucky University in May of 2020 with a degree in Photojournalism and a minor in Entrepreneurship. Megan works at Jim Butner Auto in the Finance Department. Growing up at the racetrack, drag racing is all she has known and never plans to give up on it.