GALOT Motorsports Kevin Rivenbark Wins $15,000 At ‘Big Dog’ Pro Mod Shootout
Rivenbark Wins Lucas Oil Pro Mod Shootout for Team GALOT
The top four began with veteran Tommy Mauney, having eliminated past gremlins with a stout 3.809 et. Tommy got to the semis, only to face eventual winner, Rivenbark. In third was the 3.794 of young Ty Tutterow’s GALOT Motorsports entry. With each pass, this young man is becoming more of a force in our sport, just like his famous dad, Todd. Second was the Bryant’s Crane & Rigging ’69 Camaro of the Jay Cox family. With Charlie Buck power, Jay set a new MPH record of 202.06 MPH, running high 3.70’s all day only to slow in the finals to an off-pace 5.29.
With a number one qualifying ET of 3.730, Kevin Rivenbark drove John Strickland’s Team GALOT Camaro as though it was a bracket car running an incredible string of seven runs in the low 3.7 range. His slowest ET was a terrific 3.74 in the semis and a 3.716 in the second round. Great job to the whole GALOT Motorsports group. In the finals, Kevin ran an incredible 3.716 for a new track ET record.
Mr. Earl Wells is surely proud and I am equally sure that “Tater” is very proud of all of you.