PINKS All Out Closes Bristol Dragway Season WIth A Bang
Rich Christensen promised race fans their money’s worth if they would visit Thunder Valley during the Oct. 2 running of PINKS All Out. Christensen and crew delivered as spectators saw an amazing event which started with 64 cars running until only one was left.
Gates opened early and fans responded, pouring through the gates all day to enjoy a Saturday afternoon with perfect weather, fast cars and the famous arm drop start.
Not only were spectators treated to two rounds of PINKS All Out qualifying and eliminations, they got to see a Quick 8 field run to see who had the fastest car on property. Throw in a wild wheelstand competition and the action was at a fever pitch.
Bristol Dragway officials weren’t finished there, however, as six Pro Mods, two Nostalgia Funny Cars, and three jet cars took to the track to lay down some ground-pounding, mind-blowing runs.
The PINKS crew kept the crowd on their feet all day and all evening as more than 400 cars did battle to find the ultimate champion.
Local racers were well represented in the final 16 showdown.
Who took home the top spot? Fans will have to watch the show to find the answer. Keep check at bristoldragway.com to find out when the show is scheduled to air.