INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.—Lucas Oil Raceway hosted the final Brown’s Oil Service ET Bracket Race before the ET Finals teams are announced.
In the Hunt & Sons Super Pro Division, Devin Isenhower of Brownsburg took the top spot in is 2014 Amerincan. He reached a top speed of 150.01 MPH and recorded an ET of 4.572-seconds after a .006-second reaction time.
Greg Dillman of Greenwood earned the crown in the M&K Sport Coach Pro division after his 1967 Chevy II reached a top speed of 107.41 MPH. After a 0.43-second reachtion time, Dillman crossed with an ET of 6.249-seconds.
Abby Svoboda’s 2002 Camaro took the title in the Allgaier Sportsman division. The Decatur, Illinois native picked up a 12.420-second ET after a .187-second reaction. Svoboda reached a top speed of 113.59 MPH during her run.
In the Dearry Auto Junior categories, Klein Simpson and Emily Parker were the top finishers. Simpson, a Brownsburg native, reached a top speed of 60.85 MPH in his 2006 Halfscale. He earned his ET of 9.225-seconds after a .138-second reaction time in the minor division. Parker is a Shelbyville native and won the major division in her 2016 HP. She reached a top speed of 81.22 MPH and finished with an ET of 7.956-seconds after a .046-second reaction time.
Wesley Wells of Greenwood won the title in the Millennium Trailers Bike category. His 2008 Hayabusa finished with a 9.301-second ET after a .018-second reaction time. He also finished his run with a top speed of 146.43 MPH.
The updated preliminary standings can be found by clicking HERE.