Marc Meadors’ 5.578-second lap at 271.08 mph was stout enough to give the Texan the pole for Sunday’s Precision Turbo Pro Mod eliminations at the COMP Cams Street Car Super Nationals 17 presented by FuelTech. Meadors receives a first-round bye in tomorrow’s race at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway with No. 2 qualifier Steve Summers facing No. 15 Tony Aneian.
Friday’s provisional No. 1 earned the spot officially in MagnaFuel Outlaw 10.5 as well with Marysville, Washington’s Rian Heyward staying atop the mountain. Hayward’s 3.876-second pass at 186.56 mph held off Eric Halverson’s 3.93-second run at 185.64 mph.
Qualifying was challenging at times over the course of the day, but SCSN Promoter Mel Roth said the teamwork between his Premier Street Car Association staff and Jeff Foster’s incredible drag crew made the best of the situation.
“When we had cars on the track, the racing was exactly what you’d expect at the Street Car Super Nationals,” Roth said. “We had some down time over the course of the day and it kills momentum. But when we were able to race, it showed that we’ve got a great racing surface and great weather that makes for fast passes. I think we’re all looking forward to Sunday because we know we’re going to see some very good drag racing.”
All of Saturday’s qualifying results can be found at the event’s official page on Facebook by clicking HERE.
Spectator gates for Sunday’s elimination rounds open at 8 a.m.
For all the info regarding the Comp Cams SCSN presented by FuelTech 17 at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this weekend, visit StreetCarSuperNationals.com or click HERE.
For fans unable to attend live, SCSN 17 is streaming live at FloRacing.com.