Lubbock Dragway
April 23, 2005
By Alfonso Acevedo Jr.

(Idalou, TX)

During the track's second Precision Auto points race of the year, Charles York (Levelland, Tx.) in his `82 Camaro coupled a .027 light with a 10.017 (9.97) to take the Super Pro win from Russell Ramsey's (Quitaque, Tx.) 10.007 (9.98) in his `82 Camaro. Gayle Brown finished in the semi's.

Sportsman brought out a tough field of 36 competitors to battle it out for the Craig Hughes bonus bucks, and when the burn-out smoke cleared Bobby Fira (Crosbyton, Tx.) in his `69 Nova was the lone racer left holding the title and the purse. Fira dedicated his win to Big John Garcia. Wanda Roberson (Levelland, Tx.) settled for second while Ricky Vasquez was the lone semi-finalist.
In Modified, Brad Gore (Levelland, Tx.) recorded a winning .023 light and 11.304 (11.23) with his `82 Camaro over Kenny Wenzel's 11-second Blazer. D'lyn Caddell and Robby Bunch earned semi honors.
In Street Class, Lyndan Devin (Plainview, Tx.) in his `70 Fairlane was the only competitor standing in the way of a Chevy sweep, but it was not to be when Bo Novak (Lubbock, Tx.) in his you guessed it `95 Camaro took the win. Sabrina Jones and Luis Guzman rounded out the class.
Nicole Sexton (Lubbock, Tx.) won her second straight in Jr. Dragster. A starting line advantage helped her overcome formidable foe Keiri Ferguson (Hereford, Tx.). Ferguson defeated `04 Runner-up Sara Cortez in the semis.
In the Diesel class, There were NO entries.