DSE Finals at Toronto
The Super Pro final saw Quick 16 winner Kovacs looking to double up on the day and take out Andrew Stirk and his Super Gas-style 1963 Corvette Roadster. Stirk had locked up his first DSE Super Pro Points title the round before, and in the final, he would not be denied, taking home his second Wally of the season when Kovacs lit the red-light bulb on the hit.
The Street Eliminator Final round was undeniably the most intense final round out of all Seven on Sunday as Finalists Roger Demers and Brian Hampson were battling not only for an NHRA Wally, but also the overall point’s championship for the 2014 Season. Demers entered the final round trailing the point leader Hampson by less than one round of competition, meaning which driver took home the Wally would also claim the Season title. Demers would take the starting line advantage with a .010 light, while Hampson would run dead on his Dial In; however Demers reaction time would give him the advantage needed to get the win light and both titles.
Hill racing/ ATI Performance Products Modified Eliminator would start Sunday off with over 50 cars taking the tree in round one. After five tough rounds of competition veteran racer Tony Valerio in his class, legal Stocker would be taking on first time finalist Dustin Taylor in the DTL Racing Malibu. Young Dustin would take a narrow reaction time lead on Valerio, and use every bit of that advantage to hold off the slightly faster Camaro to take the win and the NHRA Wally.