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    Precision Wins Races- See Video Feed

    Bluebaugh Racing’s Team AutoTrader Wins with Precision in Vegas
    April 2008

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    Kelly Bluebaugh and Team AutoTrader win Prostreet with flawless precision at the Pacific Street Car Associations (PSCA) Las Vegas Nationals at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, April 25-27, 2008. Crew Chief Deborah Woodard said we came to this race with getting back to basics in mind. Simply getting the AutoTrader Monte Carlo to run consistently is just what we needed, exactly what we accomplished, and it paid off. The car has plenty of power to compete and we can step up any time needed and go faster, but repetition is the golden key to success. Bluebaugh and Team Auto Trader qualified 4th of a record 18 competitors with a 6.602 @ 212.73 mph backed by a 6.605 @ 214.52 and continued to average a string of easy 6.60’s through out elimination rounds.

    In the final round, Bluebaugh and the AutoTrader team met up with the number one qualifier and new PSCA bad boy John Mihovetz in his turbo powered Accufab Cougar. Mihovetz definitely had the E.T. advantage going into this round said Woodard, but our car had been rock solid consistent. We had a choice; throw some power at the car or make a consistent run showing no mercy for slip ups to Mihovetz. This day precision consistence won the race with the grace of a seasoned pro. .

    Prostreet was the last class to run the final round and the track was lined with spectators and competitors alike to watch the AutoTrader Monte Carlo battle against the Accufab Cougar. Mihovetz jumped out taking a slight advantage off the line with a better reaction time and quicker 60 foot, but the race was over by the 330. Mihovetz was out of the groove and had to pedal the car for a mere fraction of a second as Bluebaugh’s no mercy strategy hit the jack pot. Screams rang out as Bluebaugh drove the AutoTrader Monte Carlo perfectly down center track upsetting the Accufab Cougar with a winning 6.608 @ 214.72 mph to Mihovetz’s 6.760 @ 217.63.

    Bluebaugh said, I kept waiting for the Cougar to come around me, but it never happened. I got to the end and realized we had done it, we had won the race. Woodard said, it was really our weekend, everything went right as if winning was just in our cards. We caught the tune up right away, despite the fact that Las Vegas offered up some of the trickiest air for tuning a nitrous motor we have ever seen. High head winds also made for less than favorable driving conditions. In round one and three, Bluebaugh took easy wins by red light defaults to Rod Pierce in his 63 Corvette and later to Clint Hairston in his Turbo powered GTO, whom both got caught trying to cut a light to get around the quicker Team AutoTrader. Despite tension at the line, Bluebaugh held study running his own race. In round two, the team ran Dan Vogt in his 63 Corvette winning with a 6.585 @ 214.25 to 6.905 @ 214.55. In the Semi’s, the team caught a bye to the final and the rest is history.

    Bluebaugh Racing aired on Speed Scene Live April 29th, 2008 to give an overview of the racing event. Fans can tune into www.speedsceneracing.com weekly every Tuesday for cool racing news and catch the latest from Bluebaugh and Team AutoTrader on a monthly basis. Make sure to check out AutoTrader in the news stands or online. W.W. Williams who provide repair services for large diesel trucks, power generation, and other services nationally sent goodies to racers and fans in Las Vegas for promotion. www.lopersspeed.com has a new online parts store and was busy this week with guests from Auckland New Zealand planning for their new store location. Thanks to Mickey Thompson Tires for their 2nd year of support and great drag racing tires. Thanks to JD from SI Valves who served as the cook again this weekend. Bluebaugh Racing would like to thank Robbie Ward from Magna Fuel for their recent contingency sponsorship of the PSCA. Special thanks to our friend and consultant Charles Carpenter Racing for continuing support over the years. Extra-Extra Thanks to Steve Vick who lent the team a pair of Santuff rear shocks to make the race. Bluebaugh Racing is supported by the World’s Fastest Organization, LLC along with WFO Racing and Machine. :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:


    :arrow: Finals Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7v9L...&feature=email

    Again Much Thanks to our Sponsors and Supporters
    AutoTrader Publishing, Speed Scene Racing, Mickey Thompson Tires
    www.lopersspeed.com W.W. Williams, Magna Fuel, SI Valves,
    Charles Carpenter Racing, and Cubic Flow Modifications





    Deborah
    Bluebaugh Racing
    World's Fastest Organization
    prostreet@cox.net

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    Deborah,

    1st off I want to congradulate Team Bluebaugh Racing, Deborah and Kelly on the win this past weekend at the PSCA race,I watched it on YWN,awesome job guys.
    www.yourwayneywork.com

    Also last night I listened to www.speedsceneracing.com and listened to your interveiw with,Lucky,Diana-Mite,Bruce,and also Jimmy Biggs,that was a great interview you did.

    If people want to know how to get sponcership,this lady Deborah has it down pat!People should tune in and watch that interveiw and take notes.
    www.speedsceneracing.com and go to the archives and watch the segment.

    Deborah I feel honored to have such a great team here supporting and participating here in the Racing Junk Forum.

    Thanks for sharing Deborah.


    Tom McDunnah
    There Is 1 Thing Better Than Cubic Inches,,,More Of Them


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