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Race Recap: World Cup Finals: Imports vs Domestics (November 2-4, 2012)
Coverage from the November 2-4, 2012 World Cup Finals: Imports vs Domestics drag racing event.
Posted By Precision | Published November 5, 2012
Jorge Lazcano and Jorge Juarbe
Race Recap: World Cup Finals: Imports vs Domestics - Mechanicsville, MD
With a final score of 9 to 3, the domestics brought home the title for the twelfth straight year in a row.
Outlaw vs. Extreme
Jorge Lazcano driving his Precision boosted Nissan 350Z took the number one qualifier spot for the import team with his 6.405 at 218.90 MPH pass but it was Kevin Fiscus representing the domestics in fifth who set the Top Speed number with his 6.681 at 240.98 MPH run.
In eliminations, the two Precision turbo drivers battled it out against the rest of the field, with Lazcano ultimately winding up in the winner's circle taking home top honors with a 6.525 at 216.38 MPH run. Congratulations to Jorge Lazcano and team on their fantastic first place finish!
Congratulations are also in order to Precision boosted Kevin Fiscus who set a new ET and MPH record for a radial tire car in the quarter mile, going 6.483 at 236.58 MPH.
Radial vs Modified
The competition was tough between domestics and imports and of the Precision turbocharged crew, Jorge Juarbe ranked highest during qualifying in second with his PTE-equipped Corolla, going 6.835 at 210.31 MPH.
In eliminations, Juarbe took out challenger after challenger, including some seriously heavy hitters, until he was the only contender left standing. Congratulations to Jorge Juarbe on his win!
X275 vs Hot Rod
Jose Besosa rocked the second qualifier position in his Precision turbocharged Honda S2000 with a 7.324 at 192.85 MPH while Mo Choudhury of Swift Racing Technologies went 7.360 at 198.96 MPH for third. The rest of qualifying featured tons of other Precision boosted drivers all fighting to take the win in their name.
Choudhury turned up the heat in eliminations and sent every car he lined up against back to the pits. In the final round, leaving early at the tree ensured a second-place podium for Mo. Congratulations to the team on their runner up finish.