SEMA eNews Vol. 16, No. 24, June 13, 2013

Racing News: Bully Dog Wins in Canada

Compiled by SEMA Editors

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Jarid Vollmer qualifed for first place in the Pro Street Class with a time of 9.68.
   

Bully Dog Wins in Canada
At Bully Dog's third NHRDA event of the season—BD Truckin' Nationals—in Mission, British Columbia, driver Nick Adamson qualified with a 12.113-second quarter-mile in the Super Diesel class. He earned a 60-ft. time of 1.6 seconds and a quarter-mile of 12.004 to beat out his closest opponent Ryan Dubois, who ran the quarter-mile in 12.50 seconds. In the Pro Street Class, driver Jarid Vollmer's qualifying time of 9.68 was good enough for first place. In the final race of the weekend, his time of 10.2 seconds was enough to beat Donovan Harris of Harris Diesel Racing. This win gave Vollmer an even more commanding lead in the season points race.

TJ Flores Pulls Off Another Overall Win
The SNORE KC HiLites 250 took place this past Saturday night in Jean, Nevada. TJ Flores' #80 Unlimited Truck finished the 53-mile course in four hours 53 minutes and 14 seconds, giving the McMurrough Racing crew another overall win. Flores held a 22-minute lead before the second overall winner came into the finish and just less than one hour before the next Unlimited Truck crossed the finish line. Leading points in the Unlimited Truck class, Flores now plans on racing the rest of the SNORE season in hopes to walk away with a championship.

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