Bryson Scruggs and Troy Williams Jr. collected wins over the weekend at the Derby City $100K at Kil-Kare Raceway.
XENIA, OH – What has been known as Kentucky’s largest paying bracket race moved their operations to Xenia, Ohio for the Derby City $100K presented by Mullis Race Cars over the weekend. The TB Promotions crew fought early morning weather to bring their racers the best event they could offer. To close out the weekend, Bryson Scruggs and Troy Williams Jr. visited the winners circle.
Bryson Scruggs earned the Saturday $25K win, and then went on to runner-up the Sunday $25K in the same day. He earned the Schuster Paint Works / JEGS MVP Award for his stellar performance all weekend. Troy Williams Jr. won the 64-car $100K shootout, going back-to-back for the Williams Brothers since Gary won the previous year.
Tyler Munoz dominated the junior field, visiting the final round all 3 days and the winners circle twice!
Read the race recap below to catch up on the action.
Thursday – Fleet Doctor $5k FREE Warm Up
Joe Hoskins defeated Garrett Griffith in the final round to visit the winners circle of the free $5k Warm Up race. Both drivers earned 64-car $100K shootout entries!
Semi-finalists were Todd Senseney and Kenny Sullivan.
Friday – Rugburn Raceway Triple 25’s
Chris Wallin took home the first $25K win of the weekend after defeating Justin Clark in the final round.
Semi-finalists were Garrett Griffith and Bill Swain.
Lucas Sowers defeated Tyler Munoz in the junior dragster final.
Saturday – Rugburn Raceway Triple 25’s
Bryson Scruggs defeated Zac Fulcher in the final round to start off his hero weekend!
Semi-finalists were Hunter Patton and Leon Robertson.
Tyler Munoz defeated Landen Brown in the junior dragster final to get his first win of the weekend.
Mickey White and Mikey Bloomfield Jr. were the semi-finalists.
Sunday – Rugburn Raceway Triple 25’s
Scott Sanders took the FTI owned Chevy II to the winners circle after defeating Bryson Scruggs in the final round.
Jeg Coughlin Jr. and AJ Buchanan were the semi-finalists.
Tyler Munoz defeated Alyssa Draper in the final round to take home his second win of the weekend, but then awarded to trophy to Alyssa in the winners circle for her Sunday efforts!
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.