Jerry McGraw picks up the Saturday Hansen Global Inc. $50,000 win at the FTI SFG 350 at Cedar Falls Motorsports Park.
CEDAR FALLS, IA- The final winner at the FTI SFG 350 at Cedar Falls Motorsports Park was crowned Saturday night. After ten rounds of racing, Nebraska’s Jerry McGraw came out victorious, taking the $50,000 grand prize in Saturday’s main-event sponsored by Hansen Global Inc.
McGraw had just picked up his dragster two weeks before and in his second outing with it, he cashed in for $50,000.
In the semi-final round, McGraw, Lou Rausch, and Tom Klemme were left in the running for the $50,000 grand prize.
In the semifinals, McGraw was awarded the bye to the final, leaving -.008 red off the starting line and running a 4.497 on a 4.49 dial in his single lap.
Rausch in the door car and Klemme on the motorcycle faced off to determine who would join McGraw in the final round. Rausch left that starting line with a .016 light and ran dead-on two. Klemmel let go .020 and ran a 5.581 on a 5.58 for the runner-up in the pair.
In the finals, McGraw was .019 on the tree and ran dead-on ninel, to take the win over Rausch.
Rausch was .007 and ran a 5.231 on his 5.24 dial-in to break out by .009 for the runner-up finish.
Congratulations to all winners and finalists from all three-days of racing action at the FTI SFG 350 at Cedar Falls Motorsports Park.
The next stop for SFG Promotions will be the JEGS Half Million at US 131 Motorsports Park June 28 – July 4, 2021. The event will feature three chances at $50,000 and a chance for a life-changing guaranteed $500,000 main event prize. Learn more at www.racesfg.com/schedule.
ABOUT SFG PROMOTIONS, INC: SFG is the brainchild of racer and promoter, Kyle Riley. “I had a vision to offer racers the chance to race for big money that the average racer could not afford, but I give God all the credit for the idea because it was sent from God,” states Riley (SFG stands for Sent From God). Riley adds, “until SFG came about, your average racer couldn’t afford the chance to run for $50k or $100k because it was out of their price range.
I wanted your everyday bracket racer to know what it feels like to stage up for that kind of money. A lot of people think I’m crazy, but I’ve always felt it’s better to give than to receive. The racers have really supported SFG in its first years, so I want to show them that I really appreciate their support so I raised the payouts and lowered the entry fees. Everyone will see the better SFG does, the more the racer will benefit from our success.”
For more information on SFG Promotions, visit www.racesfg.com or contact Kyle Riley at (708) 921-5737 or firstname.lastname@example.org