Six local drivers win in their divisions at Bremerton Raceway

BREMERTON — The following local drivers won in their divisions May 6 and 7 at Bremerton Raceway.

Day 1

Super Pro: Ron Sears of Port Orchard won, clocking 135.39 mph and an elapsed time 0f 9.780 in his 1971 Camaro. Lonnie Sharkey of Bremerton was slower at the start and finished second even though his 1966 Chevy II clocked 136.05.

High School: Lone entry Thomas Vickers of Bremerton got to show his 240Z’s power, clocking 108.38 mph in a exhibition run.

Day 2

High School: Zach Dormaier of Bremerton, racing in a 1986 Z28, won with a speed of 89.29 mpg and an elapsed time of 15.629.

Second Thunder: Ashlie Leage of Poulsbo won with a speed of 67.22 mph and an elapsed time of 8.583.

Junior Thunder: Ethan Tucker of Port Orchard won with a speed of 62.08 mph and an elapsed time of 9.951.

Second Lightning: Jordon (JoJo) Dooley of Port Orchard won with a speed of 82.66 mph and an elapsed time of 7.946.

Coming up

May 12: Street Legals/100 MPH Club Qualifier/NW Nights Motorsports/Street Style Grudge Matches.

May 13: NW Nights Motorsports/Northwest Nostalgia Tour qualifying.

May 14: 25th annual Mother’s Day Nationals/Summit ET Series #5/Junior Dragsters Series #5/Junior Street Series #5 Northwest, Nostalgia Tour Race #2.

For hours and prices, go to http://www.bremertonraceway.com/track-info.html.

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