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Xtreme Raceway Park to be Site of IHRA Division 4 Summit Team Finals

Tuesday, 03 January 2023

HOUSE SPRINGS, Missouri — Xtreme Raceway Park is scheduled to host the International Hot Rod Association (IHRA) Division 4 (Renegades) Summit Team Finals on Sept. 21-23.

It’s a return to the Ferris, Texas track, one of the newest and nicest drag racing facilities in the country.

The host track won the IHRA Division 4 Summit Team Finals in 2022 with I-30 Dragway and Paris Dragway rounding out the top three. Individual champions in Box, No Box, Sportsman and Junior Dragster were also crowned.

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Bobo Marshall matched his 6.33 dial-in, along with a .008 start to win the Box final over Billy Simpson. Daryl “Scooter” Hamlin was the No Box winner after final-round opponent Justin Enox fouled at the start.

Nicole Bolton was the winner over Melinda Crawford in an all-female Sportsman final. Tyler Janousek won on a holeshot to take the Junior Dragster title over Makenzie Roberts.

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There were also Race of Champions and a Gamblers race. Leroy O’Bryant was the Box winner at the Race of Champions, while Enox was the No Box winner. Matt Diamond and Coy Worley took Box and No Box wins at the Gamblers race.

Check out the IHRA.com website and our social media channels as the dates and locations of more IHRA Summit Team Finals are revealed.

IHRA calendarheader

Sportsman Spectacular: State Capital Raceway
IHRA Sportsman Spectacular

State Capital Raceway
Saturday, March 25th
Sportsman Spectacular: Piedmont Dragway
IHRA Sportsman Spectacular

Piedmont Dragway
Saturday, March 25th
Sportsman Spectacular: Music City Raceway
IHRA Sportsman Spectacular

Music City Raceway
Saturday, April 15th
Summit Team Finals Division 6
Summit Team Finals

Onawa Dragway
Thursday, August 24th - Saturday, August 26th
Summit Team Finals Division 5
Summit Team Finals

US 41 Dragstrip
Thursday, September 7th - Saturday, September 9th

 

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