Richmond Gear Factory Stock Results are in from NMRA Spring Break Shootout 2017!
Richmond Gear Factory Stock was fast, tight, and the most competitive it has been in many years. John Leslie Jr. sat on top of the field with top-qualified position thanks to a 10.517 at 125.97 mph, which was also low et of the event and the new class record. On Sunday, Dan Ryntz raced to his first-ever NMRA class win and he defeated James Meredith and cracked the win streak. Meredith entered the Spring Break Shootout having won the last seven NMRA events dating back to the 2015 finale. The class champion made his ninth-straight, final-round appearance. Ryntz unleashed a holeshot, .054 reaction time to Meredith’s .143 light. The Booze Brothers Racing-sponsored machine won it with a 10.701 at 123.30 mph to a quicker, but losing, 10.640 at 123.79 mph.