PMS Marketing Clip Of The Day 1998 Charlotte, MI Wayne Krider Double Dose +1. Wayne from Churubusco, IN id one of the 'Busco Gang from NE IN and is the last one left still doing it. He has run a variety of setups in his career, but always Big Block Chevys which he still uses today when the whole world seems to have gone hemi. Wayne has earned numerous state titles and a pair of RN2 championships. In 1998, he would finish 5th on the ATPA Grand American tour.
Dirty Hooker Diesel Clip Of The Day 1998 Saline, MI Charlene Cabeen Cabeen Machine 2. John & Charlene from New Haven, IN ran a pair of TWDs on the state and regional circuits for roughly 15 years scoring a pair of RN2 championships. On this night, I zoomed in on the engine on the run. Somethign I rarely did while filming. Did I know something was up? I don't know, but the burst panel popped at the end.
I'm back from my hiatus. I will not say vacation, because there's been nothing relaxing about it. Anyway, as this silly season of pulling unfolds in fits and starts here and there, I offer up a distraction tonight from 1995 featuring the all-stars of the time. Give a watch and wind down your weekend. If you would, please take a visit to the webstore. Shirts, hats, and stickers are in stock and ready for you. We'd love to bring you more and will do a poll on what the next shirt design should be soon.
1997 Ionia, MI NTPA GN Dusty Arfons Dragon Lady. Dusty was just as good at giving a fire show and making laps on the pulling track as the rest of her family. Here she makes a latenight pass at Ionia after a lengthy rain-delay.
1996 NFMS Rich Lustik Silver Bullet AGCO-White. 1996 was Jordan's debut season at the helm of the Bullet, but dad was taking the reigns for one last ride in Freedom Hall. It was a good year for the team, winning NFMS and the BG Ring.
1999 ATPA Grand American Galen Young Renegade. The Youngs are a force in big cube FWD pulling. They were among the first to run the built-low-to-the-ground style FWDs and always had motors that performed way upstairs in the rev range. This would be the second of three straight ATPA GA titles for the team.
2004 Armada Fair Pat Jenuine Sneaky Snake Pro Stock. Everyone knows the legend of the 'Snake. It's been around almost since the beginning in Pro Stock and is still out there now, albeit as a Light Pro.
2005-ish. This truck shows early hood stack life with a tractor-style setup and I freakin' LOVE it!
1997 NTPA Urbana, OH John Cespedes Fool's Gold Pro Stock. John got grandfathered in as one the few (only?) gas-burning Pro Stocks. He has kept the thing alive for decades now to preserve that status. In 2014, he claimed a share of the NTPA Pro Stock title.