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World Record!

BBNova as driven by Kevin Parent set a world record in Nostalgia Pro Street with an incredible 7.35 second ¼ mile pass!

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NPS Stanton racing update

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Well, we showed up at Stanton hoping to get some testing done. We arrived at 5:00 P.M. on Friday with some storm clouds on the horizon. We waited for a while and they blew over. We prepped the car, put a tune-up in it and made a hit. It resulted in a 1.12 60' and a 7.68.  Happy that the car went straight and the weather would get considerably better, we loaded up and went to get some sleep. We arrived Saturday to rain. The nsca did a great job and we were making some passes by mid afternoon. Our first qualifier out the car went 7.648 and got us a number 4 qualifier, just behind Brian Ferrari who qualified with a 7.641. Our second and final qualifier would be a little better and move us up to number 3 qualifier. We went 7.625. So the ladder was set. Rob Golobo was #1 with a 7.54, Schroder was #2 with a 7.57, I was #3 with a 7.62, Brian Ferrari was #4 with a 7.63. There were 7 cars that qualified and I was ready for some racing. We drew Mike Stanley first round. The lights came down and I left first. I ran an ET of 7.64 to a lifting 10.42 of Mike Stanley. Our next competitor was John Schroeder. The call was made and we headed up to the lanes. We wished each other a safe race and pulled to the burnout boxes. After our burnouts, we staged and waited for the lights to come down. I got John on the tree by .03 which turned out not to be enough. John came by me on the high end and won by .028. My weekend was over. In case you didn't know, 3rd and 4th place in NPS is a real tight race. I am 1 point behind Brain Ferrari for 3rd place. I am looking forward to Columbus and hopefully getting that 3rd place position.