Time Slip Spotlight

Time Slip Spotlight

How can you see if your hard work paid off this season? Well, it’s all in the timeslips. They not only show speed, but you can also see what adjustments you need to make on your car for improvements to get a better Elapsed Time (ET). Some of these racers’ hard work definitely paid off and set some personal and national records. Check them out below.

Wes Littrel
Packing a twin-engine and a new BTE converter Wes took three tenths off the best pass with the previous converter!
Vehicle: Twin Engine Dragster (Two pump gas 429 Ford)
ET: 5.648 
Distance: ⅛ mile 

Scott Mills
Congratulations to Scott Mills on making his first pass.
Vehicle: Dragster with an SBC 
Location: Jackson Dragway
ET: 5.42
Distance: N/A

Bob Alberty Jr.
“First pass with a new Hemi combination in a blown alcohol top dragster, equipped with a BTE trans and converter, prepared by Rick Haselton at RRR Racing Transmissions.”
Vehicle: Blown alcohol top dragster
Location: Mid-west Pro Mod Series in T-Town
ET: 3.794
Distance: N/A

Stig Olsson 
We’re happy to see a BTE-sponsored racer succeed, especially when he set a national record last spring. 
Vehicle: Top Fuel Dragster
ET: 6.54  
Distance: ¼ mile

Michael Collete
With “3200lbs still on stock leaf spring suspension”  Michael managed to set a personal record at Beacon Dragway.
Vehicle: 1976 Camaro
ET: 6.33
Distance: N/A

Posted by Amber Ambrose at 11:21 AM