Steve Baur
Former Editor, Modified Mustangs & Fords
January 22, 2006
Photos By: Paul Rosner

Fun Ford Richmond Showdown Class Results

Mr. Gasket Pro

  • (W) Ben Hopko, 6.841 at 210.64
  • (L) Burt Kelkboom, 6.898 at 207.78

ProCharger Street Outlaw

  • (W) Billy Glidden, 7.571 at 187.91
  • (L) John Ullman, 10.760 at 85.48

BFGoodrich Drag Radial

  • (W) Phillip Clemmons, 8.137 at 174.17
  • (L) Mike King, 8.390 at 172.08

Borla Street Renegade

  • (W) Ronnie Wilson, 8.074 at 168.56
  • (L) Chris Lazzaro, 9.496 at 142.82

Edelbrock Street Bandit

  • (W) Matt Jones, 8.787 at 159.48
  • (L) Charlie Booze (Jr.?), 10.821 at 87.85

Blow-By Racing Street Warrior

  • (W) Jeremy Martorella, 9.560 at 134.23
  • (L) Darrell Peterson, 9.862 at 122.62

SCT Street Stang

  • (W) Tony Whetstone, 13.127 at 90.71
  • (L) Greg Creamer (red light)

Steeda/Hyland Mod Motor

  • (W) Robert Hindman, 11.702 at 110.20 (11.71 DI)
  • (L) Bill Lemay, 12.923 at 93.41 (12.32 DI)

JDM Tough Truck

  • (W) Dusty Olinger, 11.702 at 110.20 (11.71 DI)
  • (L) Lacey Gassaway, 12.264 at 105.55 (12.32 DI)

JBA Headers Focus Frenzy

  • (W) Bob Potter, 17.635 at 71.36 (17.54 DI)
  • (L) Adam Perfater, 16.246 at 80.04 (16.00 DI)

Ford Racing Open Comp

  • (W) John Brady, 10.893 at 120.94 (10.83 DI)
  • (L) Terry Gates, 10.767 at 120.32 (10.73 DI)

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John Brady of McMinnville, Tennessee, drove his '79 Mustang to a win over Terry Gates in the Ford Racing Open Comp Richmond final.
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The second quickest qualifier in Bristol, Dusty Olinger drove his '65 pickup to the win in the Richmond final round makeup of JDM Tough Truck. Jim D'Amore (pictured) was quickest on Saturday in Bristol with an 11.70 performance.
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North Lauderdale, Florida's Ronnie Wilson sailed past Chris Lazzaro in the Richmond Fun Ford final and qualified Second for the Bristol race.
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Minnesota's Dan Schonek has had his '04 Mustang set on kill for all of 2005, handing out 7-second passes like $1 bills from a gentlemen's-club money roll. Thunder Valley spectators witnessed another generous gift as he laid down a 7.92 to qualify number one.