The three car-class winners in Saturday night’s Atlanta Dragway Summit ET Series action used “well-seasoned” vehicles, proving one doesn’t need the latest technology and fancy equipment to win.
Super Pro winner Joshua Cohen of Lawrenceville secured his first victory with a well-seasoned ’77 Camaro. Running in only his sixth race, Cohen pulled off a beautiful win with a .0004 margin of victory, running a 5.13 on a 5.08 dial, against Woodstock’s Michael Morris, who ran a 6.73 on a 6.70 dial in his ’01 Undercover Dragster.
Stockbridge racer Kelly King scored the win in the Pro Class at Atlanta Dragway Saturday, turning in a 7.12 second run in the finals in his hot rod 1974 Vega Wagon. Photos by Amy Glover
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