35 As part of his championship effort, Cable received $50,000 cash from Summit Racing Equipment, an IHRA iron Man, World Championship Ring, Divisional and Local Earnings, $1000 Parts Clearn, and a Turn-Key Worthy Dragster that he ironically painted for Summit Racing. “I own a commercial sign business and paint race cars,” Cable recalled. “I called Summit Racing Equipment to offer my services of painting the dragster they were giving away and after winning the championship, I received the dragster as part of the championship. To say it came full circle is an understatement.” These days, Cable, has focused his racing toward big money bracket races. He drives for several different car owners throughout the year who inquire about his services. When he doesn’t race, Cable takes his sons racing during the year. His youngest son drives a junior dragster and his oldest son, who is in the Naval Academy, drives his dragster when he is on leave. “I thoroughly enjoy being part of the IHRA Summit SuperSeries,” Cable commented. “To have earned a ring, an Iron Man, and plaque are all near and dear to my heart. Money will come and go but each time I show those items to my friends and family, they bring back great memories and is something I can take with me forever!” an excited Cable continued. At the end of the day, Cable went the extra mile to ensure sure he was crowned the 2003 IHRA Summit SuperSeries Champion and his named is etched in history as a champion of the sport.