This weekend's PSCA Ford Racing Record Breaker Nationals can be summed up in two words: Clint Hairston.

Hairston, of Bakersfield, Calif., broke the Pacific Street Car Association's Pro Street speed record twice over the weekend, running 232.35 mph during qualifying on Saturday and then 234.49 mph in the first round of eliminations Sunday.

Hairston and his wolf-in-sheep's-clothing 2007 GTO faced Giuseppe Gentile of Sun Valley, Calif., in the final round of eliminations and won handily when his opponent pulled an -.024 red light on the starting line. Hairston put on a show for the fans by running 6.304 sec./233.52 mph in the finale.

Rick Snavely of Los Angeles won the Outlaw 10.5 final over Riverside's Ron Weems and also set a PSCA speed record of 216.17 mph in the process.

Dana Westover of Las Vegas powered his 1993 Supra past Russ Della Jr. to claim Limited Street honors.

Keith Winters of Las Vegas outran Jordan Jahnke's Nova for Trophy class honors.

Jeff Farrar of Las Vegas (2002 Cavalier) defeated fellow hometowner Becky Phlegar for Bracket 1 honors. Phlegar debuted a new dragster at this event and was using the PSCA meet for shakedown runs. The car performed better than expected, propelling her to the final round.

Other final-round winners:

Extreme Drag Radial - Roger Holder (Bakersfield).
Hot Street - Victor Brum (Peoria, Ariz.).
Wild Street - George Raygoza (Orland, Calif.).
Open Comp - Ron DeHoop (Artesia, Calif.).
Mustang Madness - Dan Marcum (Alta Loma, Calif.).
Mean Street - Mike Nordahl (Fontana, Calif.).
Street Challenge - Steve Fulgham (Laguna Hills, Calif.).
Super Street - Chris Biggerstaff (Rosamond, Calif.).
Quick Street - Don McDavitt (Lake Havasu City, Ariz.).

Of note: Local NHRA Top Alcohol Funny Car driver Jessica Cherniak enjoyed a productive weekend of testing, hitting 5.98 sec./240.12 mph in her final pass.

NEXT RACE: Pro Stock Showdown and Supreme Sportsman Series (Feb. 5-6)

Wednesday, Feb. 3
Noon - Credential sales and pit parking for NHRA Pro Stock and Supreme Sportsman teams.
5 p.m. - Credential sales and pit parking concludes.

Thursday, Feb. 4 - Pro Stock and Sportsman Test 'n' Tune
9 a.m. - Credential sales and pit parking.
9:30 a.m. - Tech inspection begins in staging lanes.
10 a.m. - First Pro Stock test run.
10:30 a.m.
Sportsman Test 'n' Tune ($75 for 3-run punch card): Stock/Super Stock Combo, Super Comp, Super Pro Bracket, Super Gas, Pro Bracket, Top Sportsman, Top Dragster.
Noon - Second Pro Stock test run.
1:30 p.m. - Third Pro Stock test run.
3 p.m. - Fourth Pro Stock test run.
4 p.m. - Fifth Pro Stock test run.
4:30 p.m. - Sportsman testing clean-up "Happy Hour."
5:30 p.m. - Track closed.

Friday, Feb. 5 - Pro Stock Showdown qualifying and Supreme Sportsman qualifying
7 a.m. - Credential sales and pit parking.
8 a.m.
Stock/Super Stock Combo qualifying.
First Super Comp time trial.
Super Pro Bracket time trial.
Super Gas time trial.
Pro Bracket time trial.
Top Sportsman qualifying.
Top Dragster qualifying.
10 a.m.
First Pro Stock qualifying session. Continue time trial/qualifying rotations for Supreme Sportsman classes.

Noon - Second Pro Stock qualifying session.
2 p.m. - Third Pro Stock qualifying session.
4 p.m. - Final Pro Stock qualifying session. Conclude Qualifying for Supreme Sportsman Series
5:30 p.m. - Track closed.

Saturday, Feb. 6 - Pro Stock Showdown and Supreme Sportsman eliminations
7 a.m. - Credential sales and pit parking.
8 a.m. - .5 Full Tree Run-for-the-Money (and more).
Open to all Non-Electronic .5 Full Tree.
.4 Pro Tree Run-for-the-Money (and more).
Open to all cars running .4 Pro Tree.
.5 Full Tree Electronics Run-for-the-Money - open to all Electronics .5 Full Tree.
10 a.m. - First round of Pro Stock Showdown (16 cars), Stock/Super Stock Combo, Super Comp, Super Pro Bracket, Super Gas.
2 p.m. - Second round of Pro Stock Showdown (8 cars).
First round of Pro Bracket, Top Sportsman, Top Dragster, continue Sportsman eliminations.
2 p.m. - Third round of Pro Stock Showdown (4 cars).
4 p.m. - Pro Stock Showdown finals.
5:45 p.m. - All Supreme Sportsman finals.

Entry Fees:
Supreme Sportsman (Super Comp, Super Gas, Stock/Super Stock Combo, Top Sportsman, Top Dragster): $300 per entry (includes driver wristband).
Super Pro Bracket: $100 car and driver.
Pro Bracket: $60 car and driver.
Weekend restricted-area pass (Thursday-Sunday): $60.
Thursday Test ‘n' Tune (3-run punch card): $75.

Purse:
Super Comp, Super Gas, Stock/Super Stock Combo, Top Sportsman, Top Dragster payout based on 64 cars entered. Purse will be pro-rated if less than 64 cars in class. $300 entry.
Winner - $12,000.
Runner-up - $4,000.
Semi-finalist - $1,000.
Quarters - $300.

Super Pro (7.00 and slower / .5 Full Tree / Compulink Cross-Talk)
Payout based on 64 cars entered. Purse will be pro-rated if less than 64 cars in class. $100 entry. Time permitting, buybacks may be held for brackets.
Winner - $2,500.
Runner-up - $1,250.
Semi-finalist - $500.
Quarter-finalist: $100.

Pro Bracket (7.00 and slower / .5 Full Tree / No-Electronics)
Payout based on 64 cars entered. Purse will be pro-rated if less than 64 cars in class. $60 entry. Time permitting, buybacks may be held for brackets.
Winner - $1,500.
Runner-Up - $750.
Semi-finalist - $300.
Quarter-finalist - $60.

Please note: NHRA and LVMS Strip gold cards will not be accepted at this event.

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