We had a great race day at Shadyside Dragway. The track was great. The folks there are always super nice. Watch for great things next year with them.
Robert Slater started us off by winning the Dash For Cash. There were 6 fellas within a hundred thousands of winning it.
The Regular race came down to Punk Dunford, Tommy Lumley and Donnie Benfield in the Semi’s. Tommy had a bye into the finals and ran Donnie Benfield. Tommy went red and Donnie won!
The 2nd Chance Race got down to Darrion Houston, Charlie Wisecarver and the "birthday boy" Scott Cox. Charlie got the bye into the finals and ran Scott. Charlie went red, so Scott won!. What a great birthday!
THANKS to everyone who came out yesterday after having tire troubles and other things. You guys are the greatest!
The track was hot and so were the Gear Jammers. We had 32 cars. Scotty Mickels got things started by winning the Dash For Cash.
The Regular Race Winner was Charlie Wisecarver and the Runner Up was Bobby Gray. Carl Marler and Ronnie Skinner were in the Semi’s.
The Second Chance Race was won by Ken Regenthal (Carolina Hooker) and the Runner up was Ronnie Flynt. The Semi’s were Chad Wisecarver and Slater Racing Hikie Slater. Thanks to everyone for making the trip and putting on a good show.
Mooresville Dragway turned out to be a great time! The weather was great and the track was too! Thank you Kevin for working with us all day. We had 50 cars! Jeff Smith started off the day by winning the Dash For Cash in his Corvette.
The Main Race was won by the Legend himself Mike Boyles. Taking the win over Scott Cox who was deadly all day. Rodney Price and Charlie Wisecarver were in the Semi’s. The Second Chance Race was won by Mike Shamel over Robbie Draughon. The Semi’s were Robert Slater Racing and Rick Nicolau.
Thanks again to everyone who came out to support us.
Union Dragway, May 12th:
Woo it was HOT but not raining. We had 43 cars come race with us at Union County Dragway. Rick Nicolau of West Va started things off by winning the Dash For Cash. The Regular race was intense. We always figure bye runs by reaction time. We had to pick the bye for the finals from: Charlie Wisecarver .0047, Richie Gerringer .0018, Steve Johnson .0014!
We have never seen so many zeros in reaction times before. Steve Johnson lost to Charlie Wisecarver in the finals. The Second Chance Race had Nathan Drake, his dad Cam Drake and Wormy's Racing Marler. Cam got the bye into the Finals but lost to Wormy. Click here for full race details.
G-Force Transmissions is a 2023 season sponsor! They are providing a G101 4-speed transmission AND Shifter for us to raffle. We have MANY of our racers sporting a G-Force transmission. Even if you don't need one, imagine winning one and having a spare just in case you need it. The transmission will be built to YOUR specifications. We will be selling raffle tickets during the race year (1 for $20 and 6 for $100). The drawing will be held at our banquet on Saturday, December 2nd. You do NOT have to be present to win. Come to the Gear Jammer info table to purchase the Raffle Tickets at the races or you may purchase tickets through our online store.
2023 Racing Schedule
2022 CGJ CHAMPION
Tommy Lumley is your 2022 Classic Gear Jammers season Champion! Finishing in the Top Spot, #1. He drives his 1970 Crewcab Nova called "Brown Sugar". Under the hood is a 360 c.i. SBC engine on E-85 fuel, G-Force Transmissions G101A, McLeod Clutches, 9" Ford with 35 spline axles, Strange Engineering third member with a 4.71 Gleason gear. Running 7.40's at 90 mph with full exhaust. He keeps tags and insurance on the Door slammer, slammer, slammer, slammer so he can still drive it on the street. Tommy is know a two time CGJ champion (2015 and 2022). Great job to the "Stick Up Kid" or as some have been calling him the "Come Back Kid"!
2022 Top 20 in Points