Some Canadian door slammer racers have made real impact statements in recent times …. check it out!….

Thunder Bay Ontario's Rob Meservier scored a major win at the NHRA LODRS regional level when he won at Earlville Iowa last weekend. Rob's super cool NOS-injected Chevelle was the only Canadian car entered in that event's 34-car field in Top Sportsman. He qualified #20 and then half off Jim White in the final to claim his first win at the NHRA divisional race level.

TS from TB! –Thunder Bay Ontario’s Rob Meservier scored a major win at the NHRA LODRS regional level when he won at Earlville Iowa last weekend. Rob’s super cool NOS-injected Chevelle was the only Canadian car entered in that event’s 34-car field in Top Sportsman. He qualified #20 and then won five rounds – holding off Jim White in the final to claim his first win at the NHRA divisional race level. (Photo courtesy of NHRA)

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Off to Pomona! -- Two Western Canadian drag racers have qualified for the highly prestigious Summit Racing ET Finals to be held at Pomona during the NHRA Finals. Mission Raceway's Chris Stone and Dave Burden (from Medicine Hat) will represent NHRA's Northwest Division Six in Pro and Super Pro classes respectively. It will be the second event appearance for Stone and the first for Burden. (Photos by Brent Martin & Blair Alderton)

Off to Pomona! — Two Western Canadian Bracket racers have qualified for the highly prestigious Summit Racing ET Finals to be held at Pomona during the NHRA Finals coming in November. Mission Raceway’s Chris Stone and Dave Burden (from Medicine Hat) will represent NHRA’s Northwest Division Six in the Pro and Super Pro classes respectively. It is the second event qualifying ¬†appearance for Stone and the first for Burden (top photo). (Photos by Brent Martin & Blair Alderton)

Toronto's Jerry Mitrovic came close to winning the highly prestigious Outlaw 10.5 title for the Yellow Bullet Nationals over the Labour Day weekend at r Cecil County Maryland. Jerry ran his best ET of the event in the final (3.990 secs) but lost out to Joe Albrecht's low ET of the race 3.977 secs. Mitrovic had beaten fellow Canadian Outlaw 10.5 racer Nick Agostino in the semi final round.

Yellow Bullet Finalist! –Toronto’s Jerry Mitrovic came close to winning the highly prestigious Outlaw 10.5 title for the Yellow Bullet Nationals held over the Labour Day weekend at Cecil County Maryland. Jerry ran his best ET of the event in the final (3.990 secs) but lost out to Joe Albrecht’s low ET of the race 3.977 secs. Mitrovic had beaten fellow Canadian Outlaw 10.5 racer Nick Agostino in the semi final round. (Photo by Phil Hutchison)

Posted by Bruce Biegler