Dan Ferguson and Kyle Harris both visited the winners circle at the PDRA North vs. South Shootout at Maryland International Raceway.
Photos from Gary Rowe.
BUDDS CREEK, MD – Dan Ferguson and Kyle Harris conquered the PDRA North vs. South Shootout at Maryland International Raceway to pick up the trophies in Elite Top Sportsman and Elite Top Dragster, respectively.
Joining them in the winners circle were Al Davidson (TS), Tisha Wilson (TD), Brayden Davis (PJD), Ayden Tilghman (TJD), and Nicole Zuccarelli (BB).
Read the race recap below for more!
PDRA North vs. South Shootout
Elite Top Sportsman
Dan Ferguson defeated Donny Urban in the final round to pick up the trophy. Urban had the starting line advantage, .015 to .050, but Ferguson got to the stripe with a 3.846 at 194 mph on his 3.84 dial-in.
Tim Lawrence and Chris Nyerges were the semi-finalists.
Elite Top Dragster
Kyle Harris defeated Steve Furr in the final round to pick up the trophy. Harris had a huge starting line advantage over Furr and turned it into a winlight running a 3.829 at 187 mph on his 3.80 dial-in.
Danielle Gonzalez and Russ Whitlock were the semi-finalists.
Al Davidson defeated Derrick Barnes in the final round to pick up the trophy in Top Sportsman. Davidson had the starting line advantage, .027 to .036, and turned it into a win-light running a 4.209 at 168 mph on his 4.18 dial-in.
Robbie Crenshaw was the semi-finalist.
Tisha Wilson defeated Nick Meloni in the final round to take home the trophy. Meloni had the starting line advantage, .024 to .035, but Wilson ran dead on her 4.36 dial-in at 155 mph to turn on her win-light.
Chad Traylor and Troy Williams were the semi-finalists.
Pro Jr. Dragster
Brayden Davis picked up the trophy after defeating Ashley Franklin in the final round. Franklin turned it -.003 up front to hand the automatic win over to Davis, who was .023 up front and ran a 7.884 at 82 mph on his 7.90-index.
Kalden Groves and Kameron Helms were the semi-finalists.
Top Jr. Dragster
Ayden Tilghman defeated Victoria Beaner in the final round to pick up the win. Just a coin flip apart on the tree, Tilghman turned on the win-light running a 9.003 at 72 mph on the 8.90-index.
Carter Jackson and Nathan Coon were the semi-finalists.
Nicole Zuccarelli took home the win after defeating Tommy Miller in the final round. Zuccarelli had the starting line advantage, .025 to .037, and turned it into a win-light running a 4.569 at 149 mph on her 4.55 dial-in.
Mickey Nelson 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.