Samoa Dragstrip

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Physical Address: Eureka, CA 95502 USA
Mailing Address: Box 1211
Eureka, CA 95502 USA
Office Phone Number: 707-442-6753
Track Phone Number: 707-845-5755
Email Address: dragstripprez@yahoo.com
Web Site: http://www.samoadragstrip.com/
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News
Anderson ties class record for WINS!
8/1/2004
Sonoma, CA - By Rob Geiger, NHRA.com Reigning Pro Stock champion Greg Anderson tied his own class record for victories in a single season by claiming his 12th trophy of the year Sunday at Infineon Raceway. Doug Kalitta, Tim Wilkerson, and Angelle Savoie also claimed wins at the 17th annual FRAM Autolite NHRA Nationals, the 15th of 23 events on the POWERade Drag Racing Series.

Anderson is the 6.6s again for No. 1 at Sonoma
7/31/2004
Sonoma, CA - By Rob Geiger, NHRA.com Pro Stock powerhouse Greg Anderson earned his 11th low qualifier award of the 2004 season and added Infineon Raceway to the short list of tracks where a 6.6-second pass has been recorded Saturday with a lightning-strike run of 6.693 seconds at 206.01 mph. Only fans in Sonoma, Englishtown, Seattle, and Houston have witnessed a Pro Stocker run such a quick quarter-mile pass.

Georgia Seipel Named Grand Marshall of NHRA FRAM Autolite Nationals
7/27/2004
Sonoma, CA - Long-time Infineon Raceway Drag Race Manager, Georgia Seipel, has been named Grand Marshall of the NHRA FRAM Autolite Nationals, presented by Supercuts, July 30-Aug. 1.

Myers and Taylor notch thrilling wins at Infineon Lucas Oil Series event


7/5/2004
Top Alcohol Dragster driver Mitch Meyers, out of Hermiston, Ore., came out of the No. 1 qualifying spot, went even quicker in eliminations at 5.261 seconds, and won a stirring final round victory over former Pacific Division Champion Duane Shields of Las Vegas, 5.313 to 5.381. Shields, who had run the Top Speed of the event in round on at 272.01 mph, hit 266.21 in the final and couldn’t close any ground on Myers, who ripped through the speed traps at 267.00 mph. Myers will take the winner’s share of Lucas Oil Series points back to the Northwest Division with him, and Shields will close ground from his No. 4 spot in the Pacific Division on points leaders Chris Demke and Don Hudson, each of whom lost in the semi-finals. He will close even more ground on No. 3 points earner Morgan Lucas, who lost in round

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