Legends Take Big Wins at The Rock

story and photos by Tim Hailey

The O.R.G., Rickey Gadson, dusts Jeremy Teasley in the DME Real Street semi

Very few names in the history of motorcycle drag racing equal or top those of Billy Vose and Rickey Gadson. These two legends took home big wins from the 10th annual Lee’s Performance Fall Bike Nationals, that annual hustler’s paradise and final race of the Mickey Thompson Performance Tires MIRock Superbike Series at Steve Earwood’s equally legendary Rockingham Dragway.

Gadson’s win came in arguably the most competitive of all pro classes, DME Racing Real Street. He qualified fifth, well behind multi-time champ Jeremy Teasley’s 7.78, run on one of Roger Starrette’s nitrous Kawasaki ZX14s. But getting quicker as raceday rolled on, Gadson was able to drive around Teasley in the semifinals aboard his own turbocharged 2012 Kawasaki ZX14-R.

Johnny “Turbo” Dobrin

With a commanding DME Real Street points lead, Johnny “Turbo” Dobrin was able to claim his first MIRock championship early in the weekend. Aboard his own Exoticycle turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa, Dobrin raced Gadson in Indianapolis last August. Rickey won that round and the final at The Rock was set-up to be a rematch. Gadson had lane choice but Dobrin cut a light on Rickey. RG1—the Original RG—was able to apply the big Kaw’s power more consistently in the right lane and drove around for the win.

View from Gadson’s Kaw of the Real Street final with Dobrin

The Evil One, who’s not so evil, Billy Vose

Vose—who’s won more pro championships in more major series than anyone in the history of the sport—took the Mickey Thompson Pro Modified win over Tyler Wilson in the final. Wilson rides one of the big V-twin, nitrous-huffing Baggers campaigned by former NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle champ Matt Smith. Matt wasn’t at Rockingham, so tuning was handled by Matt’s dad “Tricky” Ricky Smith. Wilson slapped an .015 light on Vose, but the MPS horsepower in the Mike Thyen-built Hayabusa Pro Mod that Billy rides powered him around with a 4.19 for the win in the eight mile class.

Ronnie Procopio

Ronnie Procopio, who’s won more championships than any other rider in MIRock history, already had the title secured before even turning a wheel at The Rock. Which is good for him, because Procopio broke against Wilson in the semi.

Rodney Williford

The pro class championship that was most in play this weekend was Orient Express Pro Street, home of the world’s quickest streetbikes. Two-time champion Rodney Williford held a small lead over class rookie Joey Gladstone coming into the event and put some distance on his rival by qualifying number 1. Gladstone’s attempt to qualify strategically went afoul when one bike was DQ’d, leaving Joey on the wrong side of the ladder to put the points leader out early.

Joey Gladstone

So it was pretty much a moot point when Gladstone lost on a holeshot in the semis to his own DME Racing teammate, Greg Wallace. “Joey would have to have won the race and set the records, and that wasn’t likely to happen this weekend,” said DME’s Dimey Eddinger. “So we just told them to go at it.”

Wallace went at it a little too soon in the final, redlighting against Williford—who was able to clean the table with number 1 qualifier, the win and the championship.

Shayne Proctor

Speaking of clean tables, Maryland racer Shayne Proctor took home two wins and one championship from The Rock. Proctor had to win the House of Speed Crazy 8s final to take that championship, and he was given a big boost in that regard by friendly rival Clay Davies, who took off immediately after staging and before the tree came down. Unimpressed, Proctor ran an 8.882 in the 8.88 index class to wrap it up.

Boo Brown took the Street ET Tournament of Champions race. Tournament of Champions photo gallery

Proctor ran .006 off his dial to beat Jerry Turner in the Trac King/APE Top Sportsman final. That class championship was won by Randolph “Boo” Brown, who also took the win in the intense Brock’s Performance Street ET Tournament of Champions. Brown beat Derek Crawford in the Tournament final.

Dale Hamilton beat Andy Baumbach for the Pro ET Tournament of Champions win. photo gallery

Dale Hamilton won the Nitrous Express Pro ET Tournament of Champions final over “Fearsome” Andy Baumbach, then beat Mike Herman Sr. on Sunday night for the Pro ET win. Herman won Sunday’s Brock’s Performance Street ET final over Ben Knight. Saturday’s ET winners were Glenn Glass in Pro and Mike Schulz in Street. Runner-ups, respectively, were Wardell Pinkney and Terry “I used to be T-Bone but now I am perennial runner-up” Singleton.

Mike Herman Sr.

Glenn Glass

Mike Schulz

Jack Durant. 5.60 photo gallery

Despite breaking his FBR Shop 5.60 bike in qualifying and losing in round 1 on an undialed-in back-up bike, Baumbach was still able to hold on to his points lead and claim the 5.60 crown. The Virginia plumber has now won championships in three classes during a short MIRock career. Jack Durant rode his former outlaw bike to the 5.60 race win over class sponsor Marion Ford in the final.

Coopers Performance “Afterdark Underground” ran deep into the night with grudge bikes going mano-y-mano for big…money? Who really knows…

The Mickey Thompson Performance Tires MIRock Superbike Series—the world’s biggest all-motorcycle drag racing series—resumes next March back at The Rock.

Earlier: Stunning Weather at The Rock

Joey Gladstone’s DME Racing Hayabusa didn’t go slow enough and ended up 6th and on the wrong side of the ladder vs. championship rival Rodney Williford

Jeremy Teasley’s 7.78 gives him the bye in round 1 of DME Real Street

Ronnie Procopio’s 4.08 leads Pro Mod by a wide margin

Rodney Williford sits #1 Pro Street while championship rival Joey Gladstone skipped the scales in order to match up with Williford early in eliminations

ROCKINGHAM – Results from Sunday’s 10th annual Lee’s Performance Fall Bike Nationals at Steve Earwood’s Rockingham Dragway, final event in the 2012 Mickey Thompson Performance MIRock Superbike Series:

Qualifying – 1. Ronald Procopio, Wake Forest, 4.089, 172.30 mph; 2. Billy Vose, Sherrills Ford, 4.170, 168.77 mph; 3. Nikie Corley, Jacksonville, Fla., 4.297, 163.85 mph; 4. Tyler Wilson, Walnut Cove, 4.498, 159.49 mph.
Round 1 – Tyler Wilson, Walnut Cove, .011, 4.458, 157.76 mph, def. Tommy Brounkowski, Greenwood, S.C., .132, 5.536, 97.07 mph; Nikie Corley, Jacksonville, Fla., .124, 4.270, 164.65 mph, def. Berry Harvoy, Winston-Salem, .086, 5.177, 122.87 mph; Billy Vose, Sherrills Ford, .110, 4.235, 160.92 mph, def. John Collins, Rocky Mount, foul; Ronald Procopio, Wake Forest, bye.
Semifinals – Vose, .053, 4.195, 168.30 mph, def. Corley, .058, 6.846, 65.98 mph; Wilson, .025, 4.956, 109.93 mph, def. Procopio, .119, 5.968, 75.22 mph.
FINAL – Billy Vose, Sherrills Ford, .097, 4.198, 167.66 mph, def. Tyler Wilson, Walnut Cove, .015, 4.536, 159.31 mph.

Qualifying – 1. Rodney Williford, Rougemont, 7.320, 198.15 mph; 2. Greg Wallace, Timberlake, 7.327, 200.14 mph; 3. Carl Lucas, Wilson, 7.423, 195.22 mph; 4. Eric Hart II, Teaneck, N.J., 7.643, 179.64 mph.
Round 1 – Rodney Williford, Rougemont, .172, 7.682, 193.38 mph, def. Stephen Scearce, Blairs, Va., no time; Greg Wallace, Timberlake, .144, 7.426, 188.62 mph, def. Neal Riddle, Roanoke, Va., .158, ;7.833, 189.95 mph; Eric Hart II, Teaneck, N.J., .231, 7.582, 183.39 mph, def. Manius Bunger, Johannesburg, South Africa, .268, 8.361, 184.14 mph; Joey Gladstone, Townsend, Del., .127, 7.371, 201.19 mph, def. Carl Lucas, Wilson, .104, 9.875, 92.66 mph.
Semifinals – Wallace, .107, 7.407, 188.52 mph, def. Gladstone, .155, 7.398, 204.51 mph; Williford, .129, 7.381, 203.40 mph, def. Hart, .177, 7.632, 183.77 mph.
FINAL – Rodney Williford, Rougemont, .131, 13.210, 55.85 mph, def. Greg Wallace, Timberlake, foul.

Qualifying – 1. Jeremy Teasley, Columbus, Ohio, 7.788, 189.02 mph; 2. Johnny Dobrin, Sarasota, Fla., 7.857, 186.02 mph; 3. “Super Dave” Stewart, Mooresville, 7.865, 188.15 mph; 4. Joey Gladstone, Townsend, Del., 7.868, 188.60 mph.
Round 1 – Chris Moore, Taylors, S.C., .071, 7.978, 185.54 mph, def. Ed Murphy, Bridgeport, Conn., .134, 8.032, 179.88 mph; Joey Gladstone, Townsend, Del., .116, 7.857, 184.95 mph, def. David Merks, North Augusta, S.C., .166, 8.117, 181.50 mph; Rickey Gadson, Hammonton, N.J., .084, 7.908, 185.23 mph, def. Ben Bozarth, Millville, N.J., .126, 8.036, 180.69 mph; “Super Dave” Stewart, Mooresville, .140, 7.999, 181.79 mph, def. Victor Gotay, Sarasota, Fla., .191, 8.496, 160.65 mph; Johnny Dobrin, Sarasota, Fla., .144, 7.941, 180.86 mph, def. Chris Hart, King George, Va., .327, 8.901, 133.75 mph; Lee Shierts, Charlotte, .128, 7.972, 188.07 mph, def. Ashton Dickerson, Newark, N.J., .171, 8.087, 168.62 mph; Jeremy Teasley, Columbus, Ohio, bye.
Round 2 – Moore, .069, 8.036, 184.47 mph, def. Stewart, .147, 8.071, 182.97 mph; Teasley, .129, 7.990, 186.07 mph, def. Shierts, .034, 8.172, 185.56 mph; Gadson, .100, 7.826, 185.97 mph, def. Gladstone, .164, 8.021, 183.02 mph; Dobrin, bye.
Semifinals – Gadson, .075, 7.841, 181.81 mph, def. Teasley, .056, 7.911, 191.92 mph; Dobrin, .112, 7.852, 182.11 mph, def. Moore, .066, 7.916, 188.36 mph.
FINAL – Rickey Gadson, Hammonton, N.J., .076, 7.782, 182.23 mph, def. Johnny Dobrin, Sarasota, Fla., .012, 7.912, 186.61 mph.

Round 3 – Robert Johnson, Sandston, Va., .008, 8.909 on an 8.880, 139.54 mph, def. Michael Rankin, Staunton, Va., .091, 8.735 on an 8.700, 155.45 mph; Jerry Turner, Bluff City, Tenn., .112, 8.951 on an 8.930, 144.91 mph, def. Ron Arnold, Bowling Green, Ky., foul; Shayne Proctor, Indian Head, Md., .075, 12.824 on an 8.840, 61.41 mph, def. Chris Clontz, Mechanicsville, Md., foul; Jim Shifflett, Waynesboro, Va., .051, 8.175 on an 8.150, 149.90 mph, def. Jermaine Proctor, Bryans, Md., .070, 9.085 on a 9.000, 142.52 mph.
Semifinals – Proctor, .038, 8.913 on an 8.840, 147.49 mph, def. Shifflett, .057, 8.220 on an 8.150, 156.14 mph; Turner, .039, 8.971 on an 8.930, 147.18 mph, def. Johnson, .079, 8.888 on an 8.880, 146.69 mph.
FINAL – Shayne Proctor, Indian Head, Md., .052, 8.886 on an 8.870, 142.03 mph, def. Jerry Turner, Bluff City, Tenn., .097, 8.927 breakout on an 8.950, 151.73 mph.

Round 3 – Clay Davies, Petersburg, Va., .013, 8.916, 132.23 mph, def. Travis Bourdeaux, Harrisburg, .134, 8.946, 154.12 mph; B.J. Pryer, Chesapeake, Va., .049, 8.930, 138.23 mph, def. Ashton Dickerson, Newark, N.J., .094, 9.256, 146.13 mph; Robert Johnson, Sandston, Va., .062, 8.869, 148.87 mph, def. Barry Pryer Sr., Chesapeake, Va., .011, 8.730 breakout, 141.59 mph; Shayne Proctor, Indian Head, Md., bye.
Semifinals – Davies, .034, 8.841, 148.40 mph, def. Johnson, .055, 8.830 breakout, 148.56 mph; Proctor, .040, 8.858, 147.89 mph, def. B.J. Pryer, foul.
FINAL – Shayne Proctor, Indian Head, Md., .249, 8.882, 151.66 mph, def. Clay Davies, Petersburg, Va., no time.

Round 3 – Jack Durant, Durham, .108, 5.727, 121.44 mph, def. Cameron Shelton, Hardy, Va., .213, 5.651, 118.48 mph; Kevin Richardson, Norfolk, .055, 5.627, 124.18 mph, def. Schubert Clayton, Roanoke, Va., .078, 5.608, 121.67 mph; Toney Freeman, Stockbridge, Ga., .059, 5.548, 119.81 mph, def. Jim Shifflett, Waynesboro, Va., .069, 5.546 breakout, 123.81 mph; Marion Ford, Hampstead, Md., bye.
Semifinals – Durant, .004, 5.642, 125.68 mph, def. Freeman, .094, 5.585 breakout, 116.13 mph; Ford, .058, 5.625, 118.30 mph, def. Richardson, .100, 5.667, 121.17 mph.
FINAL – Jack Durant, Durham, .115, 5.785, 114.23 mph, def. Marion Ford, Hampstead, Md., .360, 5.723, 125.01 mph.

Round 6 – George Shriver, Glen Burnie, Md., .027, 8.641 on an 8.620, 143.12 mph, def. Shayne Proctor, Indian Head, Md., .023, 8.911 on an 8.870, 147.70 mph; Glenn Glass, Manassas, Va. .067, 10.922 on a 10.960, 120.34 mph, def. Michael Herman Jr., Woodbridge, Va., .049, 9.345 breakout on a 9.400, 140.21 mph; Wardell Pinkney, Hyattsville, Md., .026, 9.913 on a 9.640, 119.45 mph, def. Terry Singleton, Clarkston, Ga., .120, 9.479 on a 9.100, 148.92 mph.
Semifinals – Glass, .096, 10.926 on a 10.920, 117.84 mph, def. Shriver, .064, 12.550 on an 8.620, 71.84 mph; Pinkney, bye.
FINAL – Glenn Glass, Manassas, Va., .065, 10.961 on a 10.910, 119.58 mph, def. Wardell Pinkney, Hyattsville, Md., .210, 9.639 on a 9.620, 131.55 mph.

Round 6 – Lamond Payne, Winston-Salem, .015, 10.084 on a 10.120, 127.68 mph, def. Eric Griffith, Riner, Va., foul; Mike Schultz, Manassas Park, Va., .050, 9.065 on a 9.050, 149.08 mph, def. Rick Janney Jr., Roanoke, Va., .108, 8.902 breakout on an 8.910, 144.92 mph; Terry Singleton, Clarkston, Ga., .045, 9.175 on a 9.100, 128.46 mph, def. Mike Herman Sr., Fredericksburg, Va., .047, 8.922 breakout on an 8.950, 145.91 mph.
Semifinals – Schultz, .036, 9.084 on a 9.50, 149.28 mph, def. Payne, foul; Singleton, bye.
FINAL – Mike Schultz, Manassas Park, Va., NA, 9.049 on a 9.060, 145.83 mph, def. Terry Singleton, Clarkston, Ga., NA, 9.007 breakout on a 9.080, 149.00 mph.

Round 2 – Andy Baumbach, Fairfax Station, Va., .128, 8.181 on an 8.180, 146.45 mph, def. Michael Herman Sr., Fredericksburg, Va., .118, 8.884 on an 8.870, 153.35 mph; Dale Hamilton, Mount Airy, Md., .031, 9.982 on a 9.980, 133.76 mph, def. Wardell Pinkney, Hyattsville, Md., foul; Bob Carlson, Turrington, Conn., bye.
Semifinals – Hamilton, .043, 9.974 on a 9.970, 130.33 mph, def. Carlson, .037, 9.172 breakout on a 9.180, 134.26 mph; Baumbach, bye.
FINAL – Dale Hamilton, Mt. Airy, Md., .031, 9.919 on a 9.970, 134.67 mph, def. Andy Baumbach, Fairfax Station, Va., foul.

Round 1 – Derek Crawford, Charlottesville, Va., .014, 9.124 on a 9.080, 144.84 mph, def. Shayne Proctor, Indian Head, Md., .062, 8.860 breakout on an 8.890, 145.70 mph; Barry Purnell, Henderson, .113, 11.164 on an 11.250, 116.67 mph, def. Ben Knight, Bristol, Tenn., foul; Boo Brown, Potomac Falls, Va., .046, 9.384 on a 9.350, 146.35 mph, def. Jermaine Proctor, Bryans, Md., .099, 9.067 breakout on a 9.100, 147.20 mph; Mike Schultz, Manassas Park, Va., bye.
Semifinals – Crawford, .039, 9.212 on a 9.090, 126.88 mph, def. Purnell, .039, 11.481 on an 11.200, 112.47 mph; Brown, .094, 9.430 on a 9.360, 131.72 mph, def. Schultz, .052, 9.154 on a 9.030, 148.58 mph.
FINAL – Boo Brown, Potomac Falls, Va., .037, 9.416 on a 9.370, 145.89 mph, def. Derek Crawford, Charlottesville, Va., .028, 9.165 on a 9.090, 131.01 mph.

Sandy Can’t Stop Hustler’s Paradise at The Rock

Rodney Williford has driven past Joey Gladstone’s early season lead on the DME Racing Hayabusa

North America’s worst storm ever won’t stop the world’s quickest streetbikes and highest rolling horsepower hustlers from making their way through snow and high water to reach sunny Rockingham Dragway. Steve Earwood’s legendary speed plant will be prepped and fast for the finals of the Mickey Thompson Performance Tires MIRock Superbike Series—the world’s biggest all-motorcycle drag racing series.

Two-time Orient Express Pro Street champion Rodney Williford brings a scant points lead from his season long battle with class rookie Joey Gladstone to The Rock. But Gladstone’s DME Racing crew will have his turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa set on kill and blockers sprinkled through the field to try and stop Williford. And Rodney? He’ll be dead-set on lowering the record from the knock-out 6.91 he ran last month at Maryland International Raceway, as will Ryan Schnitz and the HTP Performance nitrous ‘Busa—the world’s first 6 second street tire bike and rider.

Johnny “Turbo” Dobrin and his Exoticycle turbo ‘Busa

One class that always sees record runs at The Rock in November is DME Real Street. Johnny “Turbo” Dobrin need only show up to claim his first MIRock championship with his Exoticycle turbocharged Suzuki Hayabusa. But MIRock winningest racer Jeremy Teasley’s set on running 7.60s on his Roger Starrette-tuned, nitrous Kawasaki ZX14. Galdstone ran an unbacked-up 7.69 last November and—with his GSXR up for sale—will surely be looking to run that quick or better.

Ronnie Procopio at speed

All-time MIRock championship leader Ronnie Procopio has his Mickey Thompson Pro Modified title already secured, but that won’t stop him from pushing into 4.0 territory in this eighth mile class at The Rock. Procopio will face stiff challenges from teammate-turned rival Robbie Hunnicutt, Maryland winner Mac McAdams, all-time champion of the world Billy Vose and others.

“Fearsome” Andy Baumbach

Fairfax Station, Virginia’s “Fearsome” Andy Baumbach won two championships last season and is in position to win two this year as well. Baumbach is defending his House of Speed Crazy 8s crown with an 80 point lead over Cameron Teasley and has a 60 point lead over defending FBR Shop 5.60 champ (and Baumbach’s homestate archrival) Jimmy Shifflett. The Crazy 8s battle is particularly intense with four riders in contention.

Chris Clontz

Baumbach is too far behind points leader Boo Brown to defend his Trac King/APE Top Sportsman championship. Brown’s mid-Atlantic rival Chris Clontz is right on Boo’s footpegs and looking to drive around for the crown.

But the most intense action of the weekend is likely to occur in MIRock’s knock-down-drag-out bracket racing throwdown, the Tournament of Champions. This season’s winners in Brock’s Performance Street ET and Nitrous Express Pro ET square off mano y mano for big prizes and bragging rights.

More grudge racing like this one between Lil’ Boss and Tyree will reign til latenight on Saturday

And the most crowd-pleasing event of the weekend? That distinction goes to Coopers Performance “Afterdark Underground,” that hustlers’ paradise that draws long-tailed grudge bikes and the high rollers that follow them from all over the Eastern half of the US.

ALL PHOTOS from The Rock!

MIRock racing won’t officially begin until Saturday, but the track will be open for private MiRock testing from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. on Friday, preceding a regular weekly test-and-tune session from 6-11 p.m.

Highlight of Saturday’s program will be pro qualifying at 1 p.m., 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. along with day-long qualifying in the sportsman categories and grudge racing deep into the night. Gates open Sunday at 8 a.m. with single elimination finals beginning at 12 noon.

Adult admission is $10 Friday, $20 Saturday and $20 Sunday.  Special combo tickets also are available – $35 for Saturday and Sunday or $45 for all three days.  Kids six to 11 are $5 daily.  Those under six are free when accompanied by a ticketed adult.

Point standings entering this week’s Lee’s Fall Bike Nationals at Rockingham Dragway, final event in the 2012 Mickey Thompson Performance Tires MIRock Superbike Series.  All hometowns North Carolina unless otherwise stipulated.  Season victories in parenthesis:

MICKEY THOMPSON TIRES PRO MOD – 1. Ronald Procopio Jr. (4), Wake Forest, 757; 2. Mac McAdams (1), Harwood, Md., 497; 3. Rob Hunnicutt (1), Hughesville, Md., 442; 4. Ryan Schnitz, Decatur, Ind., 372; 5. Kenny Cornell, Manassas, Va., 216; 6. Bill Vose, Sherrills Ford, 208; 7. Tyler Cammock, Middletown, Del., 173; 8. Larry Berg, Arthur, West Va., 164; 9. Terry Tomkins, Aberdeen, Md., 152; 10. Jamie Emery, Coltons Point, Md., 141.

ORIENT EXPRESS PRO STREET – 1. Rodney Williford (4), Rougemont, 758; 2. Joey Gladstone (2), Townsend, Del., 721; 3. Ryan Schnitz, Decatur, Ind., 439; 4. Danny Cox Sr., Yorktown, Va., 432; 5. Greg Wallace, Timberlake, 404; 6. Eric Hart II, Teaneck, N.J., 352; 7. Carl Lucas, Wilson, 351; 8. Jeremy Teasley (1), Orient, Ohio, 347; 9. Neal Riddle, Roanoke, Va., 303; 10. Shanon Maylee, Tipton, Md., 214.

DME REAL STREET – 1. Johnny Dobrin (5), Sarasota, Fla., 815; 2. Jeremy Teasley (2), Orient, Ohio, 657; 3. David “Super Dave” Stewart, Mooresville, 478; 4. David Merks, North Augusta, S.C., 454; 5. Ashon Dickerson, Newark, N.J. 407; 6. Rickey Gadson, Hammonton, N.J., 367; 7. Cameron Teasley, Orient, Ohio, 302; 8. Rickey Grayson, Stafford, Va., 238; 9. Mike Mace, Baltimore, Md., 237. 10. Mark Billiter, North Augusta, S.C., 215.

TRAC KING/APE TOP SPORTSMAN – 1. Boo Brown (2), Potomac Falls, Va., 577; 2. Chris Clontz, Mechanicsville, Md., 526; 3. Mac McAdams, Harwood, Md., 386; 4. Jim Shifflett, Waynesboro, Va., 357; 5. Andy Baumbach, Fairfax Station, Va., 317; 6. Willie Nicols, Newport News, Va., 266; 7. Rickey Butler Jr. (1), Amissville, Va., 264; 8. Devin McClain, Edgewater, Md., 233; 9. Tie, David Ashton, Newark, N.J., and Melvin Armel, Bunker Hill, West Va., 224 each.

HOUSE OF SPEED CRAZY 8s – 1. Andy Baumbach (2), Fairfax Station, Va., 567; 2. Tie, Cameron Teasley, Orient, Ohio, and Shayne Proctor, Indian Head, Md., 487 each; 4. Travis Boudreau (1), Harrisburg, 447; 5. Robert Johnson, Sandston, Va., 436; 6. Steven Moye (1), Bowie, Md., 427; 7. Blair Dickerson, Newark, N.J., 387; 8. Ashon Dickerson, Newark, N.J., 367; 9. Barry Pryer Sr., Chesapeake, Va., 347; 10. Jeremy Teasley (1), Orient, Ohio, 326.

FBR SHOP 5.60 – 1. Andy Baumbach, Fairfax Station, Va., 547; 2. Jim Shifflett, Waynesboro, Va., 487; 3. Ashley DeTurck, Douglassville, Pa., 345; 4. Jeremy Teasley, Orient, Ohio, 325; 5. Kevin Bradley, Portsmouth, Va., 307; 6. Matt Davies, Petersburg, Va., 294; 7. Jack Durant, 293; 8. Dystany Spurlock, Richmond, Va., 287; 9. Michael Rankin, Staunton, Va., 285; 10. Daniel Joyce, Pffaftown, 225.

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