JEREMY RAY WINS FIRST NHRA PRO MOD RACE IN DALLAS
Jeremy Ray brought home his first Wally in his Rookie season after winning the AAA Texas NHRA Fall Nationals at Texas Motorplex in Dallas on October 7, 2018.
In qualifying session #1, Ray ran a 5.84 @ 246 and a 5.82 @ 247 in qualifying round #2. In Q3, Ray ran a 5.80 @ 246 which placed Ray in the #5 qualifying position.
On RaceDay Sunday, Ray won Round 1 against Stevie Jackson with a 5.76 @ 247. Ray ran a 5.79 @ 247 and got the win light for Round 2 as Steven Whiteley has tire shake. Ray takes out the #1 Qualifier, Sidnei Frigo when he goes red on the tree giving Ray a Semifinal Round win with a 5.79 @ 247.
The Final Round victory was a crowning moment as the "Carolina Kingpin"1963 Corvette wins on a holeshot with a 5.78 @ 248. Ray gets off the line first with a 0.038 reaction time to Justin Bond's 0.054 light and 5.77 run. The margin of victory was 0.0056 seconds (approximately 2 feet).
"The "Carolina Kingpin" 1963 Corvette built by TM RaceCars was a strong, consistent car all weekend. Tommy Mauney builds the baddest racecar in the world" says Ray.
"I want to thank God, my family, wife, mom and dad, Chuck Ford, Jim Whiteley, TM RaceCars-Tommy Mauney, and Cameron's Torque Converter Services" says Ray.
The J4 Racing Team will travel to the NHRA Carolina Nationals in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 12-14, 2018.
A Special Thanks to our Partners and Sponsors for 2018:
J & A Service, CFH, TM Racecars, Cameron's Torque Converter Services, NGK Spark Plugs, Southern Lubricants, Liberty's Gears