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Monday, May 27, 2024

Working Man’s $10 Grands Sends Numerous Racers Home with Big Checks

Bowling, Komor, Adkins, Blevens, and Hemerline earn main event wins during the 4th Annual Working Man’s $10 Grands at Kil-Kare Raceway.

Once again the Working Man’s $10 Grands presented by Law Chevrolet-Buick welcomed racers to Kil-Kare Raceway for three days of cash-flowing competition.

Despite a less than desirable forecast and the occasional rain shower, Final Call Promotions still delivered the high-caliber event that they’ve become famous for.

The Working Man’s $10 Grands had something for everyone with Junior Dragster, No Box, and Top classes clamoring for the guaranteed payouts.

Friday FuelTech Free $5K

On track action began on Thursday with a track operated Test-N-Tune, but eliminations would kick off Friday during the FuelTech Free $5K. No Box and Top would run separately until the last remaining bottom bulber would be combined with the rest of the racers.

Steve Collier was that final No Box competitor and joined Garrett Griffith, Joseph Hodges, and Mikie Sturgill in the semifinal round.

Collier had the reaction time advantage but runs 5 thou too quick while Griffith runs one above his dial to advance to the final. Likewise, Sturgill breaks out beside Hodges’ .022 winning package.

In the final, Hodges is .004 on the tree and runs two above his dial to take the $5,000 win over Griffith.

Joseph Hodges
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders

Friday Gamblers Race

After the advertised Free $5K, Final Call Promotions added a Gamblers Race where Lyndsey Back took the $2,500 win over Steve Holman in the Box class.

Tyler Munoz earned the win over Justin Kendall in the Junior Dragster class.

Garrett Griffith and Lyndsey Back
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders
Steve Holman
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Tyler Munoz
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Mayes Powder Coating and Sandblasting Saturday

Mayes Powder Coating and Sandblasting Saturday was host to separate main events for Junior Dragster, No Box, and Box racers.

Junior Dragster

The Junior Dragster $1,000 final round came down to Gage Blevens taking the win over Avery Bolding.

Gage Blevens
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders
Avery Bolding
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders

No Box

Saturday’s $2,500 No Box final was a battle between Taylor Bowling and Lil Phil Combs. Bowling puts together an .032 package to leave Combs mathematically ineligible for the win.

Bowling had purchased the High Roller tech card which enabled him to advance into the next round of Box competition for a shot at $10K.

Taylor Bowling
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders
Lil Phil Combs
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders

Box

The Box semifinal had Bowling earning the bye into the final while Joe Hoskins takes the .0002 margin of victory over J. Moore.

In the final it was the No Box driver Bowling who earned the double-up win over Hoskins.

Taylor Bowling
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders
Joe Hoskins
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders

Grizzly, Inc. Sunday

Sunday’s festivities were sponsored by Grizzly, Inc. and would conclude the 4th Annual Working Man’s $10 Grands presented by Law Chevrolet-Buick.

Junior Dragster

In the $1,000 Junior Dragster final round, Makayla Hemerline laid down an .018 total package for the win while Gage Blevens came one round short of the weekend sweep.

Makayla Hemerline
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders

No Box

Taylor Bowling returned to the No Box final on Sunday but found himself .003 behind at the finish line while Rich Komor was .042 total for the $2,500 win.

Komor had also purchased a High Roller tech card which advanced him into the Box class for his chance at $10K.

Rich Komor
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders
Taylor Bowling
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders

Box

In the Box semifinal, Komor earned the bye run while Cameron Adkins took the win over D. Lischke to grab his spot into the $10K final round.

Adkins had a 3 thou advantage at the starting line and extends that to an .010 margin of victory over Komor, thus ending the bottom bulb weekend domination.

Cameron Adkins
Photo credit: Holloway Saunders

Final Call Promotions Schedule

The 2022 Final Call Promotions season is just getting started! In a little over two weeks the crew will travel to Wabash Valley Dragway in order to host the 24th Annual Bernie Mann Memorial No Delay Nationals.

May 27-29th will be your next chance to experience a Final Call Promotions event where not only the payouts but also a great time are guaranteed!

For more information, follow the Final Call Promotions Facebook page.

For more bracket racing news from DragChamp, click here.

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Jessica was born into a family of drag racers and fell in love with the sport at a young age. She began competing at 13 and has been hooked ever since! She even met her husband at the World Footbrake Challenge VII. Jessica works full time as an Ultrasound Technologist but spends almost every weekend chasing win lights at IHRA and NHRA bracket races.

You can contact her at Jessica@dragchamp.com or on her Facebook page.

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