There was a ton of neat equipment that rolled into this year's Lucas Oil Drag Race Series event. The off season has been a busy one for the father and son team of Tim and Tim Wallace. They installed a new bullet that included nothing but high quality components along with plenty of new power in the form of a new procharger. Following three runs in qualifying, the Westside Body Works dragster claimed the 4th position at 6.87-197.59. For all their efforts, they netted an even quicker and faster 6.80-199.17 in the opening round of Top Dragster eliminations (losing to a closer to the dial pass by Blu Hayball).
The NHRA certification crew also deservedly selected him for the event's Best Engineered award.