**Billy Back takes Inaugural 1000’ class Win!**

Over 240 entries would stage first round Saturday for the first Super Saturday of the 2013 season. Super Saturday would include the inaugural running of the Super 1000 class.

In the 1000’ quarterfinals we would see Jared Bargo dialing a 9.64 to the 6.38 of M Devore. Bargo would cut the better light with a .0151, and would take the win light with a 9.6406. Next would be Jason Ford dialing an 8.43 to the 7.02 of Jason Farquer. Ford would cut a .0188 light and would take the win with an 8.4506 pass. Next up would be JR Lockhart dialing 6.27 to the 6.56 of Ryan Burba. Lockhart would be better at the tree with a .0264, and would take the win with a 6.2949. The last pair for the round would be Billy Back dialing a 6.22 to the 7.62 of Mike Barrett. Barrett would have the better reaction with a .0222, but it would be Back on the breakout win with a 6.2261.

In the semis we would see Back dialing a 6.22 to the 8.43 of Ford. Back would cut a .0095, and get the win with a 6.2510. Next would be JR Lockhart dialing a 6.27 to the 9.62 of Bargo. Lockhart would cut a .0132 light and would take the win with a 6.2740.

In the finals we would see Back dialing a 6.22 to the 6.27 of Lockhart. Back would cut a .0220, and would take the Inaugural 1000’ win with a 6.2259.

Super Pro quarterfinals would see Brent Angles dialing a 5.47 to the 5.03 of Paula Holman. Angles would cut a .0165, and would take the win with a 5.4731 pass. Next would be Ron Stayer dialing a 5.20 to the 6.08 of Randy Stutz. Stayer would have a .0039 at the tree and would take the win with a 5.2138 pass. Taylor Manning would ride the Bye to the semis.

In the semis Angles would dial a 5.47 to the 6.48 of Manning. Angles would have the better reaction with a .0429, and would take the win with a 5.5008. Stayer would ride the bye run into the finals.

In the finals we would see Angles dialing a 5.47 to the 5.21 of Stayer. Angles would have the better reaction with a .0134, and would take the win light with a 5.4832.

Pro quarterfinals would see Vincent Ramsey dialing a 6.50 to the 6.81 of Edmond Ellison. Ellison would go red moving Ramsey to the semis. Next would be James Sanders dialing a 6.40 to the 6.60 of Doug Honsted. Honsted would have the better light with a .0266, but ti would be Sanders on the double breakout win with a 6.3922. Next would be Rob Crider diailing a 6.59 to the 6.95 of Doug Caplinger. Caplinger would have the better light with a .0082, but it would be Crider on the breakout win with a 6.5928. Rick Parsons would have the bye into the semis.

In the semis it would be Crider dialing a 6.59 to the 7.10 of Parsons. Crider would be better at the tree with a .0325, and would take the breakout win with a 6.6045. The last pair for the round would be Sanders dialing a 6.40 to the 6.55 of Ramsey. Sanders would have a .0424 light and would take the win with a 6.4496.

In an all IDDU final we would see Crider dialing a 6.59 to the 6.40 of Sanders. Sanders would go red making Rob Crider the Pro Winner!

In sportsman quarterfinals it would be Rick Gladman dialing a 12.81 to the 12.31 of Nick Hastings. Gladman would be better at the tree with a .0350, and would take the breakout win with a 12.8402. Next would be Michael Collier dialing a 13.97 to the 13.41 of Troy Layton. Layton would go red moving Collier to the next round. Next would be John Cox dialing a 12.00 to the 13.39 of Chris Castle. Cox would have the better reaction time with a .1249, and would take the win with a 12.0465. the last pair for the round would be Joe Hoskins dialing a 17.98 to the 12.35 of Mark Phillips. Hoskins would have the better reaction time with a .0548, and would take the breakout win with a 17.954.

In the semis it would be Gladman dialing a 12.81 to the 13.99 of Michael Collier. Collier would go red moving Gladman to the finals. Next up would be Cox dialing a 12.00 to the 17.94 of Hoskins. Hoskins would go red moving Cox to the finals.

In the finals we would see Gladman dialing a 12.78 to the 12.00 of Cox. Cox would go red making Gladman the sportsman winner.

In the Buckminn’s D&D Harley Davidson Pro Bike quarterfinals we would see Michael Nugent dialing a 9.47 to the 9.81 of Bob Nugent. Bob would go red moving Michael to the semis. Next would be Brian Emory dialing a 9.36 to the 9.87 of Tony Parker. Parker would go red moving Emory to the semis. Darrell Carmichael would have the bye run to the semis.

In the semis it would be Carmichael dialing an 8.95 to the 9.44 of Nugent. Carmichael would have the better light with a .0101, and would take the win with an 8.9693 pass. Brian emory would ride the bye to the finals.

In the finals we would see Emory dialing a 9.37 to the 8.93 of Carmichael. Carmichael would be better at the tree with a .0160, but it would be Emory the winner with a 9.3773 ride.

In the Jr Dragster 8-9 class we would see Lex Angles dialing a 12.95 to the 12.90 of Toby Mitchell. Angles would have the better light with a .1639, and would get the win light with a 13.0759. Next would be Lyndsay Back dialing a 13.17 to the 13.42 of Chase Dunkel. Back would get the better light with a .0718, and would take the win with a 13.1549. Serena Campbell would have the bye into the semis.

In the semis it would be Campbell dialing a 12.90 to the 12.99 of Angles. Campbell would cut a .1005 light and would take the win with a 12.9011. Back would have the bye into the finals.

In the finals we would see Back dialing a 13.04 to the 12.90 of Campbell. Back would cut a .0775 light, and would take the double breakout win with a 13.0328.

In the Junior Dragster 10-12 quarterfinals we would see Logan Back dialing a 9.02 to the 8.98 of S. Stapleton. Stapleton would go red moving Back to the semis. Next would be Shelby Stacy dialing a 9.07 to the 8.96 of Emily Crum. Crum would cut the better light with a .2468, but it would be Stacy with a 9.1083. Jacob Oiler would ride the bye to the semis.

In the semis it would be Stacy dialing a 9.05 to the 8.90 of Oiler. Oiler would go red moving Shelby to the finals. Back would have the bye to the finals.

In the finals we would see Back dialing a 9.07 to the 9.18 of Stacy. Stacy would go red making Back the winner!

In the 13 & Up quarterfinals we would see Garreth Sheppeard dialing a 7.96 to the 9.00 of Cosner Jr. Sheppeard would cut a .0628 light and would take the breakout win with an 8.0066. Next would be Mikah Miller dialing an 8.04 to the 8.36 of Kyle Beavers. Beavers would go red moving Miller to the semis. The last pair for the round would be Paige Vance dialing a 7.90 to the 7.94 of Caleb Ellison. Ellison would have the better reaction time with a .0211, but it would be Vance on the win light with a 7.9079.

In the semis we would see Miller dialing an 8.02 to the 7.94 of Sheppeard. Miller would cut a .0303 light and would take the win with an 8.0310. Vance would have the bye to the finals.

In the finals we would see miller dial an 8.02 to the 7.90 of Vance. Vance would go red making Miller the winner!