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In case you were trapped underneath an immovable boulder this weekend and weren’t able to witness Spencer Massey and Ron Capps’ historic 1,000-foot passes down Old Bridge Township Raceway Park’s fabled drag strip on television or on the InterWeb via, here are a pair of videos for proof. If you live in the Tri-States region and missed seeing this pair of monumental runs in person, well, shame on you. No worries, though, as it only took  27-seconds of searching to find these gems from our good friend CaZtheKiD (we don’t actually know him/her). For all you outlaw eighth- and quarter-milers out there, here’s an incremental nugget that should put Capps’ run into perspective for you. 660ft E.T. – 3.200. 660ft MPH – 272.72.

That’s right, ladies and gentlmen. John Milner best recognize there’s a new sheriff in town.

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Check out Spencer Massey’s Phil Shuler/Todd Okuhara-motivated “full pull” after the jump.

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