Team Bertozzi made their presence known at the Summit Racing Equipment Nationals taking home Wally’s in Super Stock, Stock Eliminator, and Super Comp.
NORWALK, OH – Racers were ready to get back to America’s Racetrack after not being able to visit there last year due to Covid. The Norwalk team battled rain and extreme heat to be able to finish the Summit Racing Equipment Nationals, crowning champions just before sunset on Sunday evening,
Team Bertozzi swept the weekend with Anthony Bertozzi taking home the trophy in Super Stock, Joe Santangelo taking home the trophy in Stock Eliminator, and John Labbous taking home the trophy in Super Comp.
Joining them in the winner’s circle were Bruno Massel (Comp), Jeremy Mason (SG), Curt Fredrich (TS), and Alan Kenny (TD).
Read the race recap below to learn more about the winners!
2021 Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals
Bruno Massel took home his 12th National event Wally after defeating Ronnie Bohn in the final round of Comp Eliminator. Massel had the starting line advantage and took that all the way to the stripe for the victory.
Greg Kamplain was the semi-finalist.
Anthony Bertozzi defeated Ricky Decker in the final round to take home his 25th National event Wally. Decker turned it -.008, handing the win over to Bertozzi who was -.005 behind him.
Semi-finalists were Kent Hanley and Bobby Rashid.
Joe Santangelo collected his 18th National event Wally after defeating Don Belles in the final round of Stock Eliminator. Belles turned it -.014 to give the win to Santangelo, who was .025 and ran a 10.52 on his 10.55 dial-in.
Larry Hill and Katie Sepanek were the semi-finalists.
Johnny Labbous defeated Alison Prose in the final round to take home his ninth National event Wally. Prose turned it -.011 to give Labbous the win, who was .008 and ran a 8.83 at 181mph.
Chris Sullivan was the semi-finalist.
Jeremy Mason won his third National event Wally after defeating Jason Kenny in the final round. Kenny turned it -.002 to give mason the automatic win, who was .029 and ran a 9.97 at 137mph.
Duane Lafleur was the semi-finalist.
Al Kenny won his ninth National event Wally after defeating 2020 World Champion Anthony Bertozzi in the final round. Kenny pulled a .000 light an ran a 6.28 at 205mph on his 6.27 dial-in. Bertozzi was .008 and ran a 7.26 on his 7.21 dial-in.
Al Peavler was the semi-finalist.
Curt Fredrich won his second National event Wally after defeating Mike Badia in the final round. Badia turned it way red, handing the win over to Fredrich who was .033 and ran 6.75 at 206mph on his 6.75 dial-in.
Bob Mandell Jr. was the semi-finalist.
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