SFG Christmas Bracket Bash Complete Results
12/21/2021
Bradenton, FL
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Bloomfield Jr. Wins Kick Booty Motorsports $15,000 Warm-up Race at 2nd Annual Christmas Bracket Bash

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With sunny skies and warm weather, there's no question why the Hansen Global, Inc. SFG Christmas Bracket Bash presented by JEGS is one of the racer's favorite events. Day one featured the Kick Booty Motorsports $15K warm-up race which started on Wednesday and finished up, crowning a winner on Thursday morning.

After ten rounds of racing featuring some of the biggest names in Bracket racing, Mikey Bloomfield Jr. came out victorious, taking the $15,000 prize in Wednesday’s warm-up event.

Quarterfinals:

With six cars left in round eight, Tyler Bohannon and Ryan Herem sat on the bye, while two dragsters and two door-cars were left to duke it out to decide who moves on to the semi-finals.

Mikey Bloomfield Jr. took on Doug Milner on the door-car side of things with Bloomfield Jr. dodging a bullet after Milner left the starting line too soon to be -.005 red. Bloomfield Jr. crept by with a .026 reaction-time and 6.163 lap on his 6.17 dial-in.

On the dragster side, Makenna Brown and Scott Gibson battled it out to see who would return to the semi-final round. Brown was .005 and dead-on zero, putting up a .005 package to Gibson’s .018 and 4.518 on a 4.53 dial-in for his quarter-final exit.

Semifinals:

In the semifinals, Bloomfield Jr. comes back around to square off with Ryan Herem. Bloomfield Jr. was .019 and was dead-on eight picking up the win over Herem’s .008 5.470 on a 5.45 dial-in.

On the other side of the ladder, Brown was .026 and ran a 4.591 on a 4.58 to grab the win over Bohannon who posted a .018 and 4.624 on a 4.60 dial-in.

Finals:

In the finals, Bloomfield Jr. was .005 and ran a 6.187 on a 6.17 to be .022 total over Brown’s .035 and 4.597 on a 4.58 dial-in. Congratulations to both finalists on a stellar first day of competition.

 

Champ Cashes in for $50,000 on FuelTech Thursday at SFG Christmas Bracket Bash

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For the second consecutive year, the Hansen Global, Inc. SFG Christmas Bracket Bash presented by JEGS proves to be a true destination for racers right before the holidays. Day two featured the FuelTech $50,000-to-win race which began on Thursday and finished up, crowning a winner on Friday morning. 

After ten rounds of racing featuring the best of the best bracket racers, Stephen "Champ" McCrory came out on top, taking the $50,000 prize in FuelTech Friday,s event. 

Quarterfinals:

With six cars left in round eight, James Bunner Jr. and Stephen "Champ" McCrory sat on the bye in their respective classes, while two dragsters and two door-cars were left to battle it out to decide who moves on to the semi-finals.

On the door-car side, Gage Burch took on No Box winner, Jeff Gatlin. Burch was .020 and dead-on seven to pick up the win in the FTI/ Overkill Motorsports red Sonoma over Gatlin's .017 and 6.136 on a 6.14 breakout. 

Rickey Boggs and Stanley Albritton Jr. battled it out on the dragster side of things to see who would return to the semi-final round. Albritton Jr. was a perfect .000 and ran one above six for the win over Boggs unfortunate -.013 red light. 

Semifinals:

In the semifinals, Burch came back around to square off with Bunner Jr. for a Bradenton semi-final. Burch was a perfect .000 and ran two above one getting the win over Bunner Jr's .021 and ran a 5.712 on a 5.70 dial-in. 

On the other side of the ladder, McCrory was .000 once again and ran a 4.494 on a 4.47 to pick up the win and continue to the final round. Albritton Jr. posted a .030 and was dead-on three for the semi-final finish. 

Finals:

In the finals, Burch left -.003 red giving the automatic win over to McCrory who was .010 and backed it up to the winner,s circle to celebrate. Congratulations to both finalists on an excellent performance. 

 

Kelley Claims Friday FTI Performance $50K Win at SFG Christmas Bracket Bash

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With the Hansen Global, Inc. SFG Christmas Bracket Bash almost wrapped up for the year, many racers are still hoping to make their way into the winner’s circle. Day three featured the FTI Performance $50K race which was completed late Friday night. 

As the smoke settled late into the evening only one competitor remained, which was Mark Kelley taking home the $50,000 prize and a Riley trophy. 

Quarterfinals:

With six cars left, Marylyn Laster and Derrick Hubbard sat on the bye in their classes, while two dragsters and two door-cars were left to duke it out to decide who moves on to the semi-finals. 

On the door-car side of things, Garrett Browning took on AJ Ashe with both drivers leaving a tad too early and red lighting. It was Ashe who continued on with his -.002 red after Browning was -.001 first for the quarter-final finish. 

Thursday’s winner, Stephen “Champ” McCrory and Mark Kelley battled it out to see who would return to the semi-final round. McCrory turned it an unfortunate -.001 red, giving Kelley the automatic win.

Semifinals:

In the semifinals, Ashe came back around to this time square off with Laster. Both drivers had identical .018 reaction times but Laster was able to pick up the win running dead-on five. Ashe ran a 5.706 on a 5.72 dial-in. 

On the other side of the ladder, Kelley was .026 and ran dead-on one to grab the win over Hubbard who posted a .011 and 4.453 on a 4.43 dial-in. 

Finals:

In the finals, Kelley ran a 4.681 on a 4.69 dial-in to pick up the $50K win over Laster’s 5.707 on a 5.72 dial-in. Congratulations to both finalists on an excellent showing.

 

 
Fredrickson Wins Right Trailers $50,000 Race at 2nd Annual Christmas Bracket Bash

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The final SFG Promotions event of the year is in the books. The Hansen Global, Inc. Christmas Bracket Bash presented by JEGS. came to end Saturday evening with the Right Trailers $50K. Bradenton Motorsports Park and SFG staff worked hard to ensure the race would be able to be completed Saturday night and that they succeeded. 

After ten rounds of some of the best Bracket Racing, young gun, Camryn Fredrickson secured the win, taking the $50,000 prize in Saturday's event. 

Quarterfinals:

With six cars left in round eight, Fredrickson and John "Yacht" Brannen sat on the bye in their classes, while two dragsters and two door-cars were left to battle it out to decide who moves on to the semi-finals. 

Chad Duke took on Howard Westbury on the door-car side of things with Duke having to abort the run about experiencing some tire shake. Unfortunately for Westbury, he broke out and gave the win back to Dukes. 

On the dragster side, Dave Edwards and Michael Valli lined up to see who would return to the semi-final round. Edwards left a tad too early and was -.001 red to give the automatic win to Valli.
 Semifinals:

In the semifinals, Fredrickson returns to take on Duke. After getting lucky the round before, Duke's luck ran out when he left -.006 red giving the win to Fredrickson's .008 and dead-on four. 

On the other side of the ladder, Valli picked up the win over Brannen in a double breakout to continue to the final round. Brannen ran a 4.707 on a 4.72 for the runner-up in the pair. Valli posted a 4.597 on a 4.60 dial-in.  

Finals:

In the finals, Fredrickson was .035 and ran dead-on four for the last win of the weekend. Valli was .016 and 4.598 on a 4.60 dial-in for the runner-up. Congratulations to both finalists on a fantastic day of competition.

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