Tigerflow Race Teams Ready for The Heartland Experience TOPEKA, Kan. -- After a very short break from the South Central Division 4 Lucas Oil Division Race less than two weeks ago, many of the Tigerflow Teams have all ready made their way up to...
Tigerflow Race Teams Ready for The Heartland Experience
TOPEKA, Kan. -- After a very short break from the South Central Division 4 Lucas Oil Division Race less than two weeks ago, many of the Tigerflow Teams have all ready made their way up to Topeka for this weekend's running of the 2009 Full Throttle Tour 21st annual O'Reilly NHRA Summer Nationals presented by Castrol GTX.
In total, there are six teams representing Tigerflow Systems this weekend, 4 teams within the alcohol class and 2 within Super Comp and Super Gas.
Top Alcohol Dragster will have Shayne Lawson piloting the 2009 Monden Dragster owned by Todd Odom. This car has already won two Lucas Oil Division Race Wally's so far this year, one going to A/Fuel Rookie driver Lawon, with Odom earning the second one in Houston less than two weeks ago.
Brandon Lewis and his family's owned A/Fuel Dragster is also present in Topeka this weekend. Lewis is looking for his second National Event Title and hoping to get one this weekend where many of his friends and family are in attendance.
In Alcohol Funny Car, the most recent Division 4 first time winner Steve Burck will be vying for his opportunity to make it to the Winner's Circle on Sunday as well as Kebin Kinsley out of Arlington, Texas. In addition to Burck's winning effort, Kinsley has a runner up to his credit so far for the 2009 drag racing season.
In Super Comp and Super Gas, Tommy Phillips and Cynthia Davis will be racing. Phillips has already pulled off an amazing double up win this season and his looking to gain valuable points with the National point standings.
The Tigerflow Systems A/Fuel Team would also like to thank Bill Reichert for his continuing education and tuning of the car in addition to very special thanks to Monroe Guest and Marvin Yoder of Tigerflow Systems for their continued support.