Burch, Miller, and Fuller scored wins at the 2nd Annual Loose Rocker Summit Racing Equipment Super Pro $75K presented by FuelTech.
Photos by Chris Simmons Photography
Day Recaps provided by Loose Rocker
CATAWISSA, PA- The Loose Rocker crew invaded Galot Motorsports Park June 17-19, 2022 for the 2nd Annual Summit Racing Equipment Super Pro $75K presented by FuelTech. The race featured three days for big money bracket racing and included two $12,500-to-win races, and a $75,000-to-win main event on Saturday. See full results below!
ATI Performance Products Friday $12,500
Darren Lotts was absolutely crushing it in the opening day of the Summit Racing Equipment Super Pro 75K presented by FuelTech at GALOT Motorsports Park in Benson, NC, staying doubled down to four cars. Unfortunately, he had to settle for the two semifinal positions after tight races with Amanda Manuel and Gage Burch.
In the all doorcar final, both drivers landed dead on the dial, but Burch earned the Loose Rocker Eagle trophy with a dead-on zero.
Summit Racing Equipment Saturday $75K
In a historic day that saw two perfect runs recorded before round two (Gary Williams with his second of the weekend, and Terrance Sessoms), an all-star cast battled for the Loose Rocker Eagle in the Summit Racing Equipment Super Pro 75K presented by FuelTech maim event. Troy Williams, Jr. defeated Tom Pistole in one semifinal match, and Ray Miller III used a perfect light to stop Jerry Brewer in the other semi. Miller earned the title with a tight double-breakout final over Williams.
Abruzzi Transmissions & Converters Sunday $12,500
In a simply astounding event which included a jaw-dropping five perfect runs in three races of the Summit Racing Equipment Super Pro 75K presented by FuelTech USA, Ray Miller III shined with not only the $75K main event win on Saturday, but also nearly backed up that feat with a final round appearance in Sunday’s 12.5K finale. Colby Fuller stole the limelight and the Loose Rocker Eagle trophy with an impressive performance. Fuller earned the bye in the semis while Miller threaded the needle against Holden Dial. In the finals, Miller laid down 10 total, only to be denied by Fuller’s clutch 5 pack.
Congratulations to all winners and finalists from the 2nd Annual Loose Rocker Summit Racing Equipment Super Pro $75K presented by FuelTech.
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