WAY TO START 2007!
11, 2007 Final Round Pro Street
Fri we tested on M/T 10.5w tire and ran 1.060 60' 4.43@163 1/8 mile. On our First and Only Test
shot. Same Et as current ADRL record.
here we come!
Feb 19, 2007 After a short
off season we went to Vegas for the PSCA Season Opener, with 2 goals. 1) do some testing on our new 10.5 combo for ADRL and
2)go as many rounds in Pro Street as possible.
Fri we rolled the car out of the box and got to make only one test hit at the track. Our first 10.5W pass yielded some very
good numbers. Due to time constraints we only got 1 test pass. Then we reset the car up for Pro Street trim, and got to qualifying
on Sat. We ran 6.73 to put us in the #3 spot. On Sunday we advanced to the final round to meet up with Ed Thornton.
Winternationals Pro Street R/up
On Saturday we Qualified
3rd. On Sunday we made it all the way to the final round. In the first round I had to pedal it to get by Troy Cafaro's Corvette.
In the 2nd round I got by a tire shaking John Schialpi in his blow 57 Pro Mod. In the Final, I red lit to the quicker Turbo
57 of Ed Thornton.
Mickey Thompson Tires
Mr Gasket/ ACCEL
ADRL, We made the 1500 mile trip to houston, on fri nite first round of qualifying we ran 4.38@165
the first Extreme 10.5 pass in the 4.30 range, we held on to #2 qual after 3 rounds. In the first round Mary becomes the first
female driver to win a round of competition at the ADRL!
3, 2007 at The ADRL Season opener at Houston
#2 Qualifier 4.38@165 Extreme 10.5 Class
We advanced to the semi final round, losing a close race to the eventual winner Rod
June 16, 2006 NHRA National Open at Las Vegas PRO STREET CHAMPION
LEE BALTZELL ENG.
1-3, 2005 Las Vegas Motor Speedway We attended the Street Car Super Nationals. With Sunny Sky's and warm November Temps in
the 70's to 80's the weather was perfect for racing. With 25 Pro Street cars in attendance we garnered the #9 Qualifier Spot.
On Sunday it was all business as we went 3 rounds defeating Rod Pearce, Rick Pope and then Losing to Billy Glidden in one
of the best side by side drag races. Marys .005 reaction time almost held Billy Glidden off, but the Big Mountain Motor Drove
around Mary near the finish line to take the win 6.55 @ 219 mph to Marys 6.73 at 204mph. It was a great Race. Glidden went
on to the final to meet Shannon Jenkins in the all nitrous final. Jenkins took the win when Glidden had problems early in
the run and Jenkins engine expired around 1000' mark.
We ran consistent all weekend with 5 straight passes in the low
6.70 range, with the best of 6.700 at 205 mph. The sun was warm but with a low pressure system sitting over the basin the
Density Altitude hovered around the 3500-4000' range all weekend.