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Donovan Montague | Auto Capture
Sunday | September 3, 2023 | 12:06 AM
The change of set-up on the ‘Project X’ Civic is reaping success and should only get faster for Drag Rivals 4 in October.
The Honda K24 powered Nissan Sunny of Seymore Anderson.
The red lighting of the Nissan Pulsar of Orville Williams robbed the spectators of a highly anticipated matchup with the Corvette ‘Duppy Machine’ of Gordon Chuck.
First-time racer, and the only female, Dainia McIntyre had fun beating her male counterparts right up to the 14-seconds class finals, where, unfortunately, she lost.
Tevar ‘Grizzly’ Anderson has finally got his boosted EG Civic running reliable and superfast.
The Rx7 of Henry Garcia was one of the sweetest-sounding cars on the track all day.
At the end, it was Grizzly Andy in the red Civic with the win over Little T in the blue Civic.
Gordon Chuck red-lighted, giving Chris Kerr and his Tesla the win in the 9 seconds final.
Project X one vs K13 zero in the grudge matches.
Chris Carty making one of his passes down the track.
Nigel Wilmot, in one of his many racecars, competing in a grudge match.
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