​​​With rain pushing the 1st NHRA race at Galot Motorsports Park in to the 2nd day and 9 tough rounds of competition, Gary Ingold  comes out on top.  Ingold said, "I would like to thank God first and foremost, Mr. Wells for such an awesome facility, Race Tech Race Cars, Mickey Thompson Tires, Biondo Racing Products, Paul's Transmissions, Aeromotive Fuel Systems, Goodridge Hoses, Motive Gear, and PAR Racing Engines.  I would also like to thank, Durant Cottingham, my racing partner, for all of his help and encouragement as well as the staff at Duraleigh Auto Center. Before the first race, we installed two new Biondo double O buttons in both of my Race Tech dragsters, and as you can see, they worked very well!  After 22 rounds of racing in one day, I won the first race, and in the second race, I got down to 12 cars with one entry and 6 with the other entry."


Stony Point's Joe Julsrud and Troutman's Ernie Humes, the current point leaders in  Top Eliminator and Footbrake, respectively, try to hold off multiple challengers this week when the 2016 Hoosier Tires Carolina Coalition Bracket Series races to a conclusion at Rockingham Dragway.

Entering the last two of six races, one Saturday and one Sunday, Julsrud has a six-point cushion over both Cameron Manuel of Winston-Salem and Skip Briggs of Lexington with Raleigh's Gary Ingold, Lexington's Jordan Wike and Winston-Salem's Tommy Plott a point further back.

Ingold has finished no worse than third in Coalition points each of the last three seasons and Plott was the very first series champion back in 2003.  He and Ingold tied for second a year ago.


​​Gary Ingold wins the first bracket race at the new

NHRA Galot Motorsports Park held April 2 - 3, 2016​

​​Ingold Racing