Indy ORP Sunday final summary

London Dragway leads winners at NHRA North Central Division Summit Racing Series Finals Indianapolis -- The best racers from across NHRA's North Central division converged on O'Reilly Raceway Park this weekend for the NHRA Summit...

London Dragway leads winners at NHRA North Central Division Summit Racing Series Finals

Indianapolis -- The best racers from across NHRA's North Central division converged on O'Reilly Raceway Park this weekend for the NHRA Summit Racing Series Division Finals. The top points-earning drivers from participating tracks came seeking individual and team honors and a chance at a share of the $56,850 purse. A weekend full of great racing all added up to a close battle amongst the teams. In the end last years winner's O'Reilly Raceway Park would fall one point short of victory to London Dragway with a combine point total of fifty.

The Super Pro Final came down to Greentown, Ind. resident Kenny Robinson and Corey Landolt from Hermann, Mo. Robinson pulled out the victory with a time of 6.449 sec. at 105.14 mph. to take the win for O'Reilly Raceway Park. In the Pro category it was a battle of Camaro's. Jason Brown's '78 Camaro of Avon Lake, Ohio, who took the win over Jamie Chaney's from Uniontown, Ky., who piloted an '85 Camaro.

Chas Lang of Norwalk, Ohio, took the win in Sportman with a pass of 12.294 seconds at 109.08 mph. Clinton, Iowa resident Bruce Damewood fell one win short of victory on his Suzuki. The loss in finals came at the hands of Jesse Moyar, from St Marys, Ohio, who rode his Kawasaki to a victory in the Super Bike Pro category. And in the High School finals Jordan Eaker from Brownsburg, Ind., representing the home track took the victory with his '83 Mustang.

The individual winners in Super Pro, Pro, Sportsman, and Super-Pro Bike will compete at the NHRA Finals in Pomona Calif., for a national championship. They will run for a winner-take-all payday of $5,000 and for the title of national champion. Each racer regardless of his success in Pomona will receive $3,500 for competing in the NHRA Finals.

-credit: nhra

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