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Saturday, July 13, 2024

Tim Devine Dominates at 10th Annual Practice Tree Hootenanny

Tim Devine took home the big $10,000 check at the 10th Annual CJW Solutions Practice Tree Hootenanny.

The 10th Annual Practice Tree Hootenanny shaped out to be the biggest one in Hoot history – attracting racers from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Maryland, Alabama, Florida, and Canada. A no-split $10,000 main event final round made this event the highest paying practice tree race to date!

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The team ran through 574 entries overall, and ran several shootouts throughout the night. Read the race recap below for more!

Practice Tree Hootenanny

Mr. Hellyeah’s No Time Shootout

Two friends battled against in each other in the final round, Justin Vickers and Mike Donell. The win light came on for Vickers, picking up the $1,000 winner-take-all cash.

Brandon Waack and Chad Keys were the semi-finalists.

Bottom Bulb Blitz

Michael Beard defeated Brad Perkins in the final round. Michael received $700 and a BTE Labor Day 250K weekend entry for winning, and Brad received $300 and a BTE World Footbrake Challenge weekend entry for his runner up finish.

Carly Truhler and Jaeden Durst were the semi-finalists.

Big Dawg Shootout

Brandon Waack defeated TJ Jordan in the final round to pick up the TB Promotions TB50K entry and $1,250. TJ received $500 and a weekend entry to any Final Call Promotions event for his runner up finish.

Mikey Matty was the semi-finalist.

Ultimate Warrior

The Ultimate Warrior race was a free entry race for any prior Practice Tree Hootenanny race winner, where the winner would receive a stout $500 and a custom championship belt. Jaeden Durst came out on top, defeating Mike Donell in the final round.

Chris Ferguson was the semi-finalist.

Animal Eliminator Main Event

In a no-split final round, Tim Devine beat up on the young gun Brandon Waack and took home the big check in the highest paying practice tree race to date. Waack received $1,500 for his runner-up efforts.

Evan Salemi was the semi-finalist.

Megan Strassweg

Megan Bohannon is a 26 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.

You can reach Megan on Facebook or email at megan@dragchamp.com

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