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Well amidst the sleet, rain and snow while others adjust furiously, the Dmax 73x73 PS6 ran strong once again going undefeated to take Prostock 600 and Prostock 700.
Prostock 800 was a different story as again Young's world class Prostock 800 was the sled to beat breaking off 5.5's with the occasional 5.4. So our driver Chris was going to have to make up a couple tens on the tree to make it happen, and he did. He ran a 5.53 with a 0.226 reaction time against Young's amazing 5.36 but with a 0.685 reaction to hand the big 800 his first loss of the day. Weather conditions changed all day and big snow flakes reeked havoc on the timing beams. Toward the end of the day as excitement built for the big showdown, we knew that Chris was going to have to pull off something really special again and that Young's would be expecting it, and he did, but the huge snowflakes had other ideas and the race was too close to call by eye at the end. We reran and again no result, and reran again, and we just couldn't make it happen again. Prostock 800 final result: Young's 1st,  Dmax 2nd beating out the rest of the field with our 600.
Great Day!
Again Thank to all of you who've helped us get there! Dmax.


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