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NHRA News Update: Camrie Caruso at Thunder Valley Nationals

NHRA News Update: Camrie Caruso at Thunder Valley Nationals

The Thunder Valley Nationals wrapped up on Sunday and NHRA Pro Stock Driver, Camrie Caruso, had another strong performance attempting to bring in her second win of the season. After winning the first All-Star Call out in Chicago, Caruso was looking to add another win to her impressive young resume. Following the qualifying rounds on Friday and Saturday, Camrie went into race day Sunday with the number 6 qualifier spot in tow.

For Caruso’s first round bout, she went up against Elite Motorsports driver Bo Butner. Butner trailed behind Caruso the whole way as she posted a 6.653 second run that decidedly won her the race. With the first round at Thunder Valley in the books, the rain rolled in and delayed the start of round two for nearly four hours. After the track was prepped for more racing, Caruso was in the first head-to-head following the rain, producing track conditions vastly different than her first race. Her round two opponent, Christian Cuadra, came away with the win light as Caruso’s tires began to spin causing her to release her parachutes early to maintain control.

This race puts Caruso at the 6th spot in the Pro Stock standings with her next chance to move up the leader board being in Norwalk, OH for the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals. “I can’t wait to get to Norwalk because that is a great track and I love their ice cream. I want to win that race to get the winner’s ice cream scoop and keep our momentum going.” said Caruso. The third-generation racer has two weeks to prepare for the race starting on June 22nd.

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