Summit Bracket Racing Series at MIR

Summit Bracket Racing Series Presented by COMP Cams: Double Header Race Results

The Summit Bracket Racing Series presented by COMP Cams had a double header weekend at Memphis International Raceway as drivers battled for class victories on Saturday and Sunday. Also, a special Stock/ Super Stock Combo race was added to the schedule to provide additional excitement for the sportsman racers. 

Cliff Hubbard from Millington, Tenn. swept the weekend in the R.T. Turbines D.O.T. Street class and, in the R.T. Turbines Jr. Dragster class, Devin Johnson took the win on Saturday and followed it up by winning the Second Chance Shootout on Sunday. Rusty Ashmore from Southhaven, Miss. and Cody Graham came out the big winners over the weekend as Ashmore took over the point lead in Rick's Powder Coating Super Pro class and Graham jumped four spots to lead the B&B Towing Footbrake class. 

"This weekend was more stellar drag racing at Memphis International Raceway," stated Tyler Crossnoe, Drag Strip Manager. "There was plenty of racing excitement with the Summit Bracket Series presented by COMP Cams and with the Stock/ Super Stock Combo races. The points battle is exciting to watch right now as we're getting closer and closer to the World's Finals."

Results from Saturday

Jr. Dragsters

Devin Johnson from Collierville, Tenn. took the win over the Motorvation Motorsports entry, driven by Drew Mann Tracey. Johnson recorded a .054 reaction time and a winning time of 12.103 at 54.36 m.p.h. off his 12.08 dial-in as Tracey posted a .050 reaction time and a 9.436 elapsed time off a 9.40 dial-in. Layna Tracey, also from Motorvation Motorsports, took home the semi-final finish.

Jr. Dragsters Second Chance Shootout

Breanna Bemister from Bloomfield, Mo. took home the win in R.T. Turbines Jr. Dragster Second Chance Shootout over Millington, Tenn.'s Brianna Moore. Bemister won in a double breakout race as she broke out with a 7.959 off a 7.96 dial-in as Moore was 7.928 off her 7.96 dial-in.