Lauren Dodd and Jay Fulks led the weekend taking home the Super Pro checks at the 52nd Annual Cowpasture Nationals at Ardmore Dragway.
SPINGER, OK – The 52nd Annual Cowpasture Nationals took place over the weekend at Ardmore Dragway attracting its local racers to come race for big money. The 3-day race consisted of $5,000 to win in both Super Pro and No Electronics. Sportsman racers also got to race for $300 both days. Friday was a warm-up race for both Super Pro and No Electronics, racing for $2,000.
Read the race recap below for more!
Rocky McLain III picked up the Super Pro victory over Carson Wheeler in the final round. Wheeler was -.001 up front to hand the easy win over to McLain.
Greg Roberts and Mallori Rodgers were the semi-finalists.
Jeff Riedel was victorious over Joe Jolly in the No Electronics final round. Riedel was .007 up front and ran a 6.433 at 100 mph on his 6.42 dial-in to pick up the trophy.
Tyler Miller was the semi-finalist.
Jay Fulks took home the big win in Super Pro after defeating Aaron Jones in the final round. Jones was -.009 up front to hand the automatic win over to Fulks.
Aaron Brown was the semi-finalist.
Aaron Jones defeated Kris Gasaway in the final round of No Electronics to take home the big check. Jones was .008 and ran a 6.911 on his 6.90 dial-in. Gasaway was .023 but ran 1 above his 6.03 dial-in for the loss.
Aaron Cadena was the semi-finalist.
Logan Coffman was the Sportsman winner after defeating Allan Henry in the final round.
Logan Penrod was the semi-finalist.
Lauren Dodd defeated Max McGlothin to take home the trophy in Super Pro. Dodd was .007 total to lock out McGlothin mathematically.
Kasidee Wheeler was the semi-finalist.
Scooter Hamlin defeated Bryan Day in the No Electronics final round. Hamlin was .007 total to lock out Day mathematically.
Rusty Geter was the semi-finalist.
Logan Coffman took home the Sportsman win over Jennifer Hunter in the final round.
Brett Henry and Braden Collins were the semi-finalists.
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.