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TIGERFLOW Racing with Strong Momentum from Baytown to Dallas Ennis, Tx -- A Winner Circle Wally in addition to mulitple Best Appearing Car and Crew for Tigerflow Racing is better than Marvin Yoder and Monroe Guest could have ever imagined ...

TIGERFLOW Racing with Strong Momentum from Baytown to Dallas

Ennis, Tx -- A Winner Circle Wally in addition to mulitple Best Appearing Car and Crew for Tigerflow Racing is better than Marvin Yoder and Monroe Guest could have ever imagined following the 22nd Annual O'Reilly Spring Nationals in Baytown, Texas this past weekend. That was then and this is now, and now it's back to racing business. Most of the teams have already pulled in and parked at the Texas Motorplex just south of Dallas for the South Central Division 4 Lucas Oil Drag Racing Season opener this weekend in Ennis, Texas.

Tommy Phillips, of Forney, Texas, continues his class domination within Super Comp. So far this year, Phillips has been the recipient of three Wally's in only two races. The Jegs Cajun Nationals in Belle Rose received double up honors in Super Comp and Super Gas and then again within Super Comp in Baytown at the 22nd Annual O'Reilly Spring Nationals. Cynthia Davis will be piloting the other Tigerflow Racing Super Comp Dragster as well this weekend.

In the Top Alcohol Dragster Class, Shayne Lawson qualified in the 12th position at Baytown and the Odom/Lawson Team is looking forward to repeating their stellar performance from Gainesville earlier in the 2009 racing season.

In Top Alcohol Funny Car, there were three Tigerflow Racing Teams that made their way to race day on Sunday in Baytown into the quarter finals. All three teams will be racing this weekend in Ennis as well. Paul Anderson will once again pilot the Brad McWilliam's 2002 Camaro along with Kebin "Wild Child" Kinsley and Steve Burck of Corpus Christi, both Texas resident's.

Tigerflow Racing's Keith Haney will be in the driver's seat for his 2009 debut race in the Tigerflow Top Sportsman race car.

Guest, co-owner of Tigerflow Systems' was hoping that his brand new Top Dragster was going to be ready, but scheduling has been delayed.

"I'm a little disappointed that my dragster isn't ready yet" Guest said, "but to have so many accomplishments for all of the people on our team at the same race, was just plain fantastic.

"After this race is complete, we're hoping to have Billy Davis licensed in Brad Mcwilliam's alcohol funny car as he will take over the piloting for the rest of the season. In addition, Nancy Matter, who is also crossing over her license to pilot an A/Fuel Dragster, will be joining us in the next couple of months in her funny car" continues Guest.

The A/Fuel Team of Lawson and Odom would like to extend the welcome of their new associate sponsor, R&M race trailers.

-credit: tr

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