Two-time and defending Pro Nitrous world champion Jason Harris used his consistent, A-to-B strategy to take the Boone-Harris Racing “Party Time” ‘69 Camaro to his first win of the season. Harris, who also went to the final round at the season opener, defeated fellow two-time world champion Tommy Franklin in the final round. Harris left the starting line first by five thousandths and rode out a safe 3.936 at 188.70 alongside Franklin, who broke traction and slowed to a 4.639 at 118.04.
“We came into race day and we had been struggling with the hot weather conditions,” Harris said. “We lost our back-half performance and we’ve been chasing these guys running 207 mph out the back. I’m a good player at 201, 202 (mph). Then we found our 60-foot performance again, so it all came together. Then it became a tuner’s game. We really wanted to get down the track.
Tommy had the car to beat all weekend. You just had to be smart and play the game, and that’s what we did. I can’t thank the Boone family enough for sticking with me, as well as Hoosier Racing Tires, VP Racing Fuels and Walker Auto Parts. It just feels good to put this Party Time car back in the winner’s circle.”
Harris qualified No. 4 in his Musi-powered Camaro and started eliminations with a 3.722-to-3.75 win over Johnny Camp. He ran a 3.736 at 202.12 to defeat Jay Cox, who was in the race as an alternate for No. 1 qualified Randy Weatherford.
Franklin raced to the final in his Musi-powered “Jungle Rat” ‘69 Camaro after recording the two quickest passes of the event. His opening-round 3.653 at 207.94 defeated Lizzy Musi’s 3.70 at 207.18 and his 3.685 at 207.27 eliminated points leader Jim Halsey and his 3.732 at 204.23.
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