Jeff Serra was crowned the $75,000 champion on Saturday night at Virginia Motorsports Park at their Triple Threat Bracket Series event.
NORTH DINWIDDIE, VA – The second event of the Triple Threat Bracket Series concluded over the weekend at Virginia Motorsports Park where 400 entries battled for their chance at 30-75-30. The weekend had a huge turnout where several racers visited the winners circle.
Jeff Serra headlined the weekend parking the Steve Witherow-owned Dragster in the winners circle on Saturday for $75,000. Witherow also visited the winners circle on Thursday after winning the $10,000 shootout.
Read the race recap below to meet the winners of each day!
Triple Threat Bracket Series: Mega Bucks Results
Eden Lukhard parked her dragster on the dance floor to take home the Wednesday night $5,000 shootout win. Lukhard defeated Jerry Birchfield Jr. in the final round. Lukhard’s .017 package made Birchfield mathematically ineligible from the hit, who was .038.
Semi-finalists were Jeff Serra and David Sandridge.
Steve Witherow began his dream weekend by defeating Bruce Sisk in the $10,000 Warm-Up final round. Sisk turned on the red bulb by -.001, handing the automatic win over to Witherow. Witherow wasn’t too shabby himself with a .010 total package.
Danny Mattera was the semi-finalist.
Doug Foley Jr. parked his dragster in the winners circle after defeating Larry Miller in the $30,000 final round on Friday. Foley had a huge starting line advantage, .003 to .054, and ran a 4.562 at 138 mph on his 4.51 dial-in.
Semi-finalist was Donnie Quesenberry.
Jeff Serra dominated the field to take home the $75,000 big check and trophy on Saturday night. Serra defeated Wesley Washington in the final round. Serra had the slight starting line advantage, .016 to .022, and ran a 4.456 on his 4.45 dial-in to take home the victory.
Semi-finalist was Brent Martin.
Mallory Logan took home the junior dragster victory after defeating Dylan Witherow in the final round. Witherow turned it -.005, handing the win over to Logan who was .077 and ran 7.895 on her 7.90 dial-in.
Brooks McMath was the semi-finalist.
Kevin Brannon took home the last big check of the weekend after defeating Timothy Thomas in the $30,000 final round. Brannon had the starting line advantage, .005 to .028, and ran 1 above his 5.59 dial-in to park it on the dance floor.
Johnny Ezell and Jack Trussell were the semi-finalists.
Mallory Logan swept the weekend, visiting the winners circle again after defeating Chase Marrs in the final round on Sunday. Marrs turned it -.005, handing the win over to Logan who was .074 and ran a 7.886 on her 7.90 dial-in.
Nickole Cayton-Dabney was the semi-finalist.
Megan Bohannon is a 24 year old Super Comp racer from Louisville, Kentucky. She races a 2015 American Dragster with a 648 Oakley Motorsports Engine. 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.