Will Holloman left with not one big check, but two, after winning Saturday and Sunday at the Triple Threat Series at VMP.
North Dinwiddie, VA – The final Triple Threat Series of the year kicked off at Virginia Motorsports Park where several winners visited the winners circle to close out the weekend. The weekend started off on a sentimental note, and ended with crowning a double-up winner.
On Thursday, Cory Gulitti and Andy Lloyd met in the final round of the Super 64 Shootout where they both decided to dial a 1.39 in honor of the late Sean Serra, who passed away in a tragic car accident just over four months ago. Both drivers were very close to Serra, so it was only fitting they dedicated it to him.
Robert Martin and Bruce Hensley were the semi-finalists.
On Friday, Stevie Dustin found his way to the winners circle after defeating Brian Anderson in the final round. Dustin was .009 total to knock out Anderson who was .029 at the hit. Dustin ran a 5.843 at 115 mph on his 5.84 dial-in in the Long Truck.
Ray Loan and Brent Martin were the semi-finalists.
Will Holloman picked up his first win of the weekend on Saturday evening after defeating Andy Lloyd in the final. Lloyd had issues down-track to give Holloman the easy win-light, who was .019 on the tree and coasted to victory.
Kyle Cultrera and Tim Thomas were the semi-finalists.
Glen Isom picked up the Footbrake win after defeating Dale Farkas in the final round. Farkas had the starting line advantage but gave the stripe up to hand the win over to Isom, who ran a 5.547 on his 5.54 dial-in.
Cody Baker and Tucker Creech were the semi-finalists.
Sunday evening concluded with Will Holloman picking up his second win of the weekend over Stevie Dustin in the final round. Holloman had the starting line advantage, .010 to .021, and ran a 5.842 at 114 mph on his 5.82 dial-in. Dustin was crowned the points champion after his runner-up finish, making a triumphant jump after starting the weekend in 23rd place.
JT Taylor and Michaelle Pelo were the semi-finalists.
Luke Miller took home the Footbrake win after defeating Kaleb Greene in the final round. Miller has the starting line advantage and turned it into a win-light, running a 6.195 at 103 mph on his 6.19 dial-in.
Hunter Mason was the semi-finalist.
Megan Bohannon is a 25 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.