NEW KILLERRONS.COM T/D DEBUTS AT NORWALK LODRS
The new KillerRONS.COM Top Dragster saw its first competition at the Summit Motorsports Park NHRA divisonal event in mid-May. On its third 1/4-mile pass the new car recorded a 6.48 at 208 MPH (Video HERE.) This qualifying effort sealed the spot for Monroe as the 2013 JEG'S All-Star representative for D3. Click HERE to see the initial test pass video from April at Lyons Raceway Park.
KILLERRONS.COM RACERS COLLECT
KillerRONS.COM's James Monroe and longtime customer and friend Jeremy York picked-up their divisional championship Wally's at the recent NHRA D3 awards ceremony. Monroe is the 2012 Top Dragster champion and York is the Super Quick Series champion. To take it one step further York was voted the "ET Bracket Driver of the Year" while Monroe collected the "Sportsman Driver of the Year" distinction. It was a great weekend to say the least as Monroe was also presented a special recogniton award at the Spitzer Enterprises annual open house earlier in the weekend. Full Story here.
MONROE RUNNER-UPS AT INAUGURAL
MOSER SPORTSMAN SHOOTOUT
KillerRONS.COM's James Monroe lost a tough final round .001 decision at the inaugural Moser Sportsman Shootout held at the recent NHRA Sports Nationals. Monroe was able to cash in on the Moser product use incentive picking up $2,000 for the runner-up finish. Thanks to Moser Engineering for sponsoring this great event and offering great products.
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MONROE CONTINUES TO BUILD UPON AN IMPRESSIVE SEASON WITH NEW BLOWER COMBO
The Rolla Competition Engines engine combination continues to perform perfectly while consistently qualifying well throughout the season with approximately 12-14 psi of boost. Monroe is shown above launching in the final round of the Beech Bend Raceway Park final round where he was runner-up to Al Peavler.
Norwalk Divisional (13.6 psi) - 6.479 at 209 MPH
Chicago Divisional (14.1 psi) - 6.454 at 210 MPH
JEG'S AllStars (13.0 psi) - 6.484 at 209 MPH
Norwalk National (12.7 psi) - 6.499 at 208 MPH
Columbus Divisional (14.4 psi) - 6.470 at 210 MPH
Mid-Michigan Divisional (14.5 psi) - 6.473 at 210 MPH
Cordova Dragway Park (13.6 psi) - 6.443 at 210 MPH
Beech Bend Divisional (14.8 psi) - 6.464 at 210 MPH
JEG'S Sports Nationals (13.5 psi) - 6.399 at 212 MPH
To see a video of a 6.47 qualifying pass at Norwalk Divisional click here.
MONROE WINS SECOND NHRA
DIVISIONAL IN A ROW
Our James Monroe took a second win in a row at the NHRA divisional level with a strong showing at National Trail Raceway in Columbus, OH. Monroe picked-up another Wally with a great car and some good fortune. Monroe's car was 6.47 or 6.48 capable all through eliminations for the nice win. This is the second win for Monroe at this event in the last three years.
MONROE COMES UP JUST SHORT IN
JEG'S ALLSTARS COMPETITION
KillerRONS.COM's James Monroe raced to his second final round appearance in as many seasons at the JEG'S AllStars event in Chicago in late June. Monroe defeated D4's Jimmy Arabie in round one and then the always tough Dylan Stott from D2 in round two. In the final JR Lobner's .011 package was too much for Monroe who was .015 on the tree but broke out at the stripe due to Lobner's package.
WE HAVE A WINNER IN THE WINDY CITY!
KillerRONS.COM's James Monroe had a great weekend in Chicago in early June as he snatched the win in Top Dragster to pick-up his fourth divisional "Wally" in the class. Monroe was less than stallar in the final round on the tree but his car bailed him out running a dead-on 6.504 to take the big win with the new supercharged combination and fuel system. The winning machine is shown above with the LODRS winners in the champion's photo. This is the second win for James at the "Burndown at Sundown" in the last three years.
MONROE NAILS JEG'S ALLSTARS
TOP DRAGSTER VICTORY AT ROUTE 66 FROM #1 QUALIFYING POSITION
In July of 2011 KillerRONS.COM's James Monroe outlasted Top Dragster standouts from across the country to pick-up the "Best of the Best" title. Monroe used a .011 reaction time and a "dead-on" 6.755 on his 6.75 dial for the big win over Art Hoover in the final round. With the victory James picked-up the $5,000 big check as well as an automatic entry into the 2012 event.
Full Story here. Click here for a full Auto Imagery gallery of this great event.
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Ocala, FL racer Brian Bednar did a fantastic job getting his new blower combination ready for the start of the 2013 season in short order. Bednar is utilizing a KillerRONS.COM bracket blower and fuel system to to double duty in bracket racing and NHRA D2 Top Dragster. His initial results were great with a 4.39 at 160 MPH on the SECOND pass in his 1950# Race Tech suspended dragster. See more on this combination by clicking the 1.020 sixty-foot photo below.
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