Scott Wallace and Bryce Self led the weekend taking home the $4,000 checks at the Oil Patch Nationals at Ardmore Dragway.
The Oil Patch Nationals took place over the weekend at Ardmore Dragway attracting its local racers to come race for big money. The 2-day race consisted of $4,000 to win in both Super Pro and No Electronics for only an $100 entry. Sportsman racers also got to race for $300 both days.
Scott Wallace took home the big win in Super Pro after defeating Troy Ross in the final round. Wallace was .001 and ran a 6.38 on his 6.36 dial-in. Ross was .013 and ran a 4.95 on his 4.94 dial-in.
Chad Sandlin was the semi-finalist.
Jake Howard defeated Chad Sandlin in the final round of No Electronics to take home the big check. Howard was .017 and ran a 6.39 on his 6.38 dial-in. Sandlin was .005 but ran 4 above his 6.40 dial-in for the loss.
Chuck Wier was the semi-finalist.
Cory Lytle was the Sportsman winner after defeating Greg Swift in the final round.
Chad Morris and Cooper Shelley were the semi-finalists.
Bryce Self defeated Jake Howard to take home the trophy in Super Pro. Howard turned on the red bulb by -.004 to hand the automatic win over to Self, who was .031 and shut off for the win.
Casey Swift and Heath Phillips were the semi-finalists.
Michael Graves defeated Jeremy Falkenbach in the No Electronics final round. Falkenbach had the starting line advantage, .059 to .072, but Graves ran dead on his 6.39 dial-in with a five giving him the victory.
Vic Penrod and Aaron Jones were the semi-finalists.
Shawn Battenfield took home the Sportsman win over Matt Hall in the final round.
Nick Duty and Cory Lytle were the semi-finalists.
Megan Strassweg is a 23 year old Super Comp racer from Louisville, Kentucky. She races a 2015 American Dragster sponsored by Coolshirt Systems. Growing up at the racetrack, drag racing is all she has known and never plans to give up on it. Megan works with TB Promotions in promoting their races and keeping entries straight, as well as keeping their social media pages updated.