Saturday was a beautiful day for racing at Route 66 raceway. It was the Rockett Brand Fuels ET Bracket Series race #4 along with NHRA Summit Racing King of the Track. The King of the Track pits the four division winners in direct competition with each other with the winner taking home a Wally. The fifth, High School, division is excluded from participation in the King of the Track. The competition was hot and heavy today with what seemed like more "red lights" than normal. Congratulations to the five division winners.
Next up was the NHRA Summit Racing King of the Track.
First up was Michael Opielinski versus Jay Allen with Allen taking the win. Followed by John Singleton Jr. going up against the motorcycle of Greg Darm. John Singleton Jr. took the win. In the final, it was Jay Allen in the dragster versus John Singleton Jr. in the Pro Eliminator. Jay Allen took the win light to take the NHRA Summit Racing King of the Track title.
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Our schedule for the next week includes the NHRA Junior Dragster League at Route 66 and the Team Demolition Derby at the Dirt Oval, both on Saturday. If I can arrange it, I may try to go to the Wednesday, Rockford Speedway event.