HEATH FOUNTAIN won the $5,000-to-win Top ET division during Battle Born Batteries Sunday. Fountain was quick at the starting line. The Deville, La., driver had a .007 reaction time and raced down the track in 4.921 seconds at 134.85 mph. Runner- up Wayne Henry from Central, La., was .020 at the start before a 4.829-second run at 139.34 mph. DYLAN HITE from Prairieville, La., winning in Masters when final-round opponent Velicity Morris from Pensacola, Fla., fouled at the start. Hite had a .049 reaction time and posted a run of 7.915 seconds at 80.02 mph. After red-lighting, Morris raced down the track in 7.899 seconds at 82.16 mph. MADDIE CHESNE from Simmesport, La., won on a holeshot in the Advanced class. Chesne’s run of 9.216 seconds at 71.61 mph with a .049 reaction time bested the package of 9.006 seconds at 70.88 mph and a .089 reaction by runner-up Layne Lewis from Sauicier, Miss. In the Beginners division for the youngest racers, KANE KERN from Pierre Part, La., had the winning combination of 12.040 seconds at 50.49 mph with a .142 reaction time. Runner-up Slade Olinde from Meraux, La., had a .037 reaction time, and then went 12.561 seconds at 50.33 mph. LARRY SEGUIN from Greenwell Springs, La., earned the $2,500 winner’s purse for the Mod ETdivision, plus extra bonus money as an IHRA member. He went down the drag strip in 6.222 seconds at 107.87 mph after a .029 reaction time. Runner-up Cody Pollage from Plaquemine, La., was the No. 1 qualifier and then had a final-round package of a 7.230-second pass at 94.09 mph, paired with a .012 reaction time. STATE CAPITOL RACEWAY RECAP March 29-31, 2019 JUNIOR DRAGSTER MASTERS SUNDAY MOD ET TOP ET JUNIOR DRAGSTER ADVANCED SUNDAY JUNIOR DRAGSTER BEGINNER SUNDAY It Pays To Use The Best Components! 732-905-3366 www.manleyperformance.com It’s a win-win situation; using the best parts helps you win races, and also qualifies you for Manley’s IHRA Major Sponsor contingency awards. Manley has I-Beam, H-Beam and Tri-Beam rods manufactured from 4340 chrome moly and 300M steel alloys and precision machined to provide you with an optimum combination of high strength at minimum weight. These include many IHRA-accepted Stock and S/S replacement rods. Likewise, Manley’s NexTek® valve springs are the pinnacle of performance, providing the desired pressure with minimal load loss. What’s more, Manley’s lightweight, compact dual springs can take the place of triple spring packages and increase your RPM potential while reducing valve train component wear. Manley Forged Steel Connecting Rods and NexTek® Valve Springs Provide Winning Performance —plus Contingency Cash Contact us or go online to get a copy of our current catalog. P O W E R S T H E W I N N E R S MADDIE CHESNE beat Kern in the Advanced final. Chesne was .059 at the tree and then went down the track in 9.125 seconds at 68.66 mph. KANE KERN also recorded the weekend sweep, also beating Olinde in the Beginner final. He had a .109 reaction time to go along with a run of 12.060 seconds at 53.48 mph. JUNIOR DRAGSTER ADVANCED SATURDAY JUNIOR DRAGSTER BEGINNER SATURDAY PEYTON SIMONEAUX from Napoleonville, La., won on a holeshot over Ayden Hyatt from Breaux Bridge, La., in the Masters division. Simoneaux had a .018 reaction time and then made an 8.172-second pass at 78.03 mph. JUNIOR DRAGSTER MASTERS SATURDAY FULL RECAP ROUND WINNERS 14