Canadian Series Set to Invade Michigan
Racers from within the Eastern Canadian based PMRA, Quick 32 Sportsman and PBSS are off to Michigan’s US 131 Motorsports Park next weekend. They will be part of that track’s Super Chevy Show weekend …..
Three top drag racing series will compete in their second round of 2014 at the upcoming Super Chevy Show and Night of Thunder at US 131 Motorsports Park in Martin, Michigan May 30 – June 1.
The Pro Modified Racing Association, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and the Pro Bike & Sled Series are proud to return to the Michigan facility for the third time, and are proud to be a part of this spectacular weekend of drag racing action.
We really enjoy coming to US 131 Motorsports Park, and to be a part of this year’s Super Chevy Show weekend is fantastic, said Bruce Mehlenbacher, Director of Operations for all three series. Our teams are proud to be a part of this great show.
Along with the Super Chevy Show, racing, car corral and a swap meet, there will be a bevy of jet cars at US 131 Motorsports Park, including three of Al Hanna’s jet cars, the GoJo jet Funny cars, and the Queen of Diamonds jet car. The weekend will also feature nitro Fuel Altereds and nostalgia Top Fuel cars.
Along with regular teams from the PMRA, the Quick 32 Sportsman Series, and the PBSS, Michigan-based teams are expected to compete over the weekend in the series.
Presently leading in the Championship Point Award Series in the PMRA is three-time champion Bruce Boland of Stoney Creek, Ontario. In the
Quick 32 Sportsman Series, presented by NAPA Auto Parts, the Top Dragster entry of Glen Vardy of Burlington, Ontario leads at present. And Pro Bike Rider Dan Cryderman of Thamesville, Ontario heads up the PBSS, presented by Wiseco Performance Products.
There will be a Test and Tune session Friday, May 30, and a qualifying round held Friday evening. All three series will run three qualifiers on Saturday May 31, with eliminations scheduled to take place Sunday June 1.
For more information visit: www.us131msp.com
Posted by: Tim Miller
Photo by: Brennan Shortall