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2013 Super Diesel Shootout

Friday

  • -Registration and Tech begins: 10:00am
  • -Gates Open at 12:00 noon
  • -Tech Inspection Shop Truck Challenge at 10:00am
  • -Tech Inspection For other 5 classes of drag racing
  • -Tech licensing and chassis certifications that have been requested in advance of Tulsa Raceway Park may be accommodated in limited amounts. Please arrange in advance by emailing: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • -Chassis Dyno opens at 1:00pm
  • -Qualifying for Shop Truck Challenge begins at: 7:00pm
  • -Oil analysis available until 7:00pm
  • -Jet drag exhibitions after dark at 10:00pm
  • -Mug Bog TBD

Saturday

  • -Gates Open at 8:00am
  • -Show ‘n’ Shine vehicles to be parked by 9:00am, judging to be completed by 2:00 pm, awards at 3:00pm
  • -Dyno open at 8:00 am for the 20 Shop Truck Challenge competitors
  • -Drag racing for five classes of drag racing begins at 9:00 am
  • -Sled Pulling 101 begins at 11:00 am
  • -Drag racing for Shop Truck Challenge begins at 2:00 pm
  • -Oil analysis all day
  • -Shell Diesel Oil Symposium at 1:00pm
  • -Mud Bog TBD
  • -Exhibition drag racing throughout the day
  • - Shop Truck Challenge Sled Pull to begin at 6:00pm
  • -Jet drag exhibitions after dark at 10:00pm

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Enders-Stevens returns to Keith Haney Racing for final two ADRL races

Drag racing star Erica Enders-Stevens will be back in Keith Haney Racing's Pro Mod Camaro for the final two ADRL events of the 2013 season, team owner Keith Haney announced on Sunday.

Enders-Stevens will race in Dragstock X on Sept. 6-8 at Rockingham Dragway in Rockingham, N.C., and then in her hometown event, the World Finals IX, on Oct. 19-20 at Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas. Brandon Pesz of Lethal Acceleration will continue as crew chief.

Enders-Stevens, a native of Houston, raced for Haney in Memphis, Tenn., earlier this month, Erica Enders-Stevens marking the first time she drove a nitrous-powered race car. The five-time NHRA winner qualified for this year's Countdown to the Championship in Pro Stock, but her Cagnazzi Racing team has been sidelined because of lack of sponsorship.

"I'm really excited to have been invited back to drive for Keith," Enders-Stevens said. "That was a really fun opportunity in Memphis, and given some more time in the car it will only get better. I'm glad to be going back."

Haney, Enders-Stevens' car owner and teammate, was overwhelmed by the response she got in Memphis, giving additional exposure to Keith Haney Racing sponsors Lucas Oil, Pro Torque, Racing Junk, Monroe Guest Motorsports, Regional Hyundai, Suburban Chevrolet, Classic Chevrolet, Miami Chevrolet Buick GMC, Nissan of Muskogee, and Tulsa Raceway Park.

"It was really, really good for her and good for Sportsman racing," Haney said. "It was amazing for us, too. We just keep growing."

Haney hopes to continue capitalizing on Enders-Stevens' popularity through social media and fan interaction.

"It's good for the sport," Haney said. "It's good for Keith Haney Racing, it's good for our sponsors."

Plus, it's good for the ADRL, and league co-founder Kenny Nowling knows it. He offered the team free entry and free testing for Enders-Stevens' appearances in the remaining ADRL races.

It's also good for Enders-Stevens, who loves racing in Houston. After the race in Memphis, she immediately inquired about racing again for Haney.

"She got out of the race car and said, 'I'd love to drive again,' " Haney said. "I said, 'OK. What race would you like to drive?' She said, 'I'd like to drive in my hometown.' "

Houston has always been special for her, as it was the site of her first national event victory, in Super Gas in 2004.

"I'm so glad to be going back home," Enders-Stevens said. "We raced there in April and didn't have the best of showings, so to be able to have another opportunity in a car with twice the horsepower is really cool. I'm looking forward to it."

As an added bonus, husband Richie Stevens will be part of Haney's crew in Rockingham.

Erica Enders-Stevens will race for Keith Haney Racing at the final two ADRL events of the season.