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Kyle Thorpe sat on top of the Granatelli Motor Sports Mustang Madness qualifying sheet after qualifying was over with a .007 reaction time. Thorpe made it to the final where he faced off with Cal Gordon in his borrowed Mustang GT after huffing his engine in Test and Tune. Thorpe killed the tree and took just enough stripe to take the win.
Mike Nordahl took the number one spot on the Hedman Hedders Nostalgia Street Car qualifying ladder going .003 over his index. In the final it was Steve Cox and Seth Polvadore. As the lights dropped, Cox had better incrementals the whole way down the track and his 10.56 on a 10.50 index took the win light.
In FSC Super Quick, Mike Scott took the top spot running .a ,001-second reaction time. In the final, it was A. Madrid against Bob Curran (right). Curran cut a better light and sealed the deal with a 9.94 on a 9.93.
Brent Calvert lead the Calvert Racing Quick street qualifying in his N/A 427 Cobra Jet with a 10.13 at 132 mph. However it was another Calvert in the final as John Calvert faced Jeff Interlicchia. In a twist, Interlicchia was the lesser offender in a double breakout for the win.
In Bracket 1, P. Lorton defeated K. Harper after broke out by eight ten-thousandths of a second.