Despite challenging track conditions, a full field of bikes in the Screamin’ Eagle Pro Dragster class continued to provide the nitromethane powered V-twin racing action that fans have come to expect from the series’ premier class. Despite a rare mechanical failure which left Edmonton’s Al Miles unable to run in the finals against Rod Anderson, who made the trip to Ashcroft from Washington State, Miles secured enough points to substantially increase his lead in the season standings as he looks towards a successful title defense and his sixth CMDRA Pro Dragster championship.
In the other Pro classes, Gary Christopher of Hope, BC narrowly moved into first place in the BlackJacks Roadhouse Pro Mod class, while Calgary’s Ethan Barkley won his second Pro Street race of the year to extend his points lead in the quest for a fifteenth national CMDRA title.
Full results from the High Desert Nationals are available on the CMDRA website. The CMDRA will wrap up the 2015 season at Medicine Hat’s MHDRA Drag Strip on September 19th and 20th.
From: Patrick Lambie/ Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association
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