The AMA/AHDRA All-American motorcycle drag racing series crowned its third year of champions in the Bill and Crissy Rowe era, despite battling some serious weather set-backs.
The season started with a Gainesville opener that was shortened by shutdown weepers on a beautiful sunny day. A rare Rockingham rain cancellation initiated the first-ever AHDRA/AMRA combined McClure Nationals. And finally, a Florida State of Emergency brought on by Hurricane Nicole canceled the Gainesville Finals. Sometimes, that’s the luck.
But champions persevere, and AHDRA recognizes their best, ninth in a series. As you will see, Scott Tomsu is a man of few words:
Louisiana racer Scott Tomsu won both T-Man Performance Super Stock and V-Twin Powersports Hot Rod Bagger championships. “I have plenty of Bagger wins over the past couple years, but these are my first national championships,” said Tomsu. “I’m glad that I could check off that box for my support crew.”
story and photo by Tim Hailey
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