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Monday, July 22, 2024

Duringer, Snyder pick up wins at Johnny Davis Memorial Race

The Johnny Davis Memorial Race was held over the weekend at Virginia Motorsports Park, where Drew Duringer and Kenny Snyder visited the winners circle.

NORTH DINWIDDIE, VA – The Johnny Davis Memorial Race was held at Virginia Motorsports Park where a couple winners visited the winners circle. The weather forecast was not in favor for the weekend, but the VMP team was able to complete a few races for the racers who traveled for the event.

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The three-day event was pushed to a two-day event, with Super Pro running for $10,000 on Friday and Saturday and Footbrake running for $5,000 both days.

Junior dragsters ran two races, both on Saturday.

Read the race recap below for more!

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Friday

Drew Duringer picked up the win over Ken Clark in the final round to take home the trophy. Clark was red at the hit to give Duringer the easy ride down the track, running a 6.713 at 100 mph on his 6.67 dial-in.

Jon Corbin was the semi-finalist.

Chris Moren picked up the Footbrake win over Trenton Sayers in the final round. Moren had the starting line advantage, .020 to .056, and ran a 5.994 at 109 mph on his 5.96 dial-in.

Louis Crockett was the semi-finalist.

Saturday

Kenny Snyder was victorious over Troy Williams in the final round to pick up the trophy. Williams was -.004 up front to give the win to Snyder, as he was .020 at the tree and ran it out to a 4.583 at 150 mph.

Stephen Osborne was the semi-finalist.

On the Footbrake side, Richard Mason locked out Jonathan Martin in the final round with his .023 package. He ran a 6.243 at 104 mph on the 6.24 dial-in.

Chris Moren was the semi-finalist.

Kahlia Lewis picked up the junior dragster win over Cameron Dean in the final round. Dean lit the red bulb by -.014 as Lewis was .008 up front and ran a 7.963 at 81 mph on her 7.95 dial-in.

Kylie Varnier was the semi-finalist.

Ayden Tilghman was victorious over Landen Lewis in the final round. Lewis had the starting line advantage, .008 to .056, but took too much stripe to breakout. Tilghman ran a 7.921 at 80 mph on his 7.90 dial-in to pick up the trophy.

Hailey Pumphrey 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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