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TS Performance Outlaw Drags: Battle In Bowling Green

Diesel’s Stiffest Competition Invades Southern Kentucky

Mike McGlothlin
Oct 1, 2012
Photographers: Diesel Power Staff
We’ve seen a lot of things unfold during the TS Performance Outlaw Drag Race and Sled Pull’s 11-year history. We’ve even witnessed Mother Nature cause a few cancelations in recent years. Still, year after year, it’s evident that nothing can keep diesel enthusiasts from coming to Bowling Green, Kentucky—where the biggest drag race in the industry is held. If we had to guess, it’s the idea of seeing the quickest and most powerful diesel vehicles in existence that draws people from every corner of the country. In the pits, it brings the close-knit diesel drag racing community together. Racers help each other out by sharing tools and parts, shop owners come to see their sponsorship dollars paying off, and spectators show up to watch the best side-by-side diesel racing money can buy.
Photo 2/25   |   battle In Bowling Green trucks Lined Up For Drag Racing
For 2012, spectator turnout was phenomenal, and the high attendance was rewarded with plenty to do, and lots to see. On Friday, spectators were treated to outlaw drag racing and a huge vendor row at Beech Bend Raceway. Saturday’s festivities entailed two chassis dynos onsite measuring horsepower, the largest show ’n’ shine we’ve ever seen, a bikini contest, and the nighttime sled pull put on by the Pro Pulling League. If this event’s missing anything, it’s that 48 hours of diesel performance isn’t enough! We look forward to seeing you down in the Bluegrass State next May, but until then, here’s a recap of this year’s action.
Photo 3/25   |   battle In Bowling Green dodge Ram Taking Off At Drag Strip
Photo 7/25   |   As always, a large field of 12.0 Index racers (such as this lightweight Duramax) was present, and dozens of bracket racers showed up to chase their dial-ins.
2.6 Class Sled Pull (Top 5)
Place: Name: Hometown: Truck: Distance:
1st Evan Smoot Eaton, Indiana Dodge 303.01 feet
2nd Tyler Eller Lafayette, Tennessee Dodge 295.67 feet
3rd Jeremy McDaniel Perryville, Kentucky Dodge 294.12 feet
4th Zack Andrews Sumner, Illinois Chevy 292.42 feet
5th Jim Greenway Galena, Missouri Dodge 291.98 feet
3.0 Class Sled Pull (Top 5)
Place: Name: Hometown: Truck: Distance:
1st Curt Haisley Fairmount, Indiana Dodge 305.40 feet
2nd Brad Ingram Farina, Illinois Dodge 293.23 feet
3rd Tyler Dillard Fountain Run, Kentucky Dodge 280.87 feet
4th Josh Mosley Bowling Green, Kentucky Dodge 277.12 feet
5th Rod Tarr Rochester, Illinois Dodge 273.25 feet
Super Stock Class Sled Pull (Top 5)
Place: Name: Hometown: Truck: Distance:
1st Shane Kellogg Forest, Ohio Dodge 279.19 feet
2nd Van Haisley Fairmount, Indiana Dodge 274.63 feet
3rd Calvin Miller Guys Mills, Pennsylvania Dodge 270.50 feet
4th Ben Miller Freetown, Indiana Ford 265.06 feet
5th Erik Stacey Winchester, Ohio Chevy 263.36 feet



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