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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
ET Range: Unknown
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[03/01/2002] NMCA/NSCA Super Series Power Festival


On Sunday, February 24, 2002 in Palm Beach Florida, the NMCA.NSCA Super Series Power Festival was help at Moroso Motorsports Park in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. Moroso''s 1/4 mile drag strip was is near perfect condition and allowed for some good times. Marc Dantoni ran the best ET of the day in the Pro Outlaw Class, a 6.721 second run. Jeff Miller produced the fastest run with a 209-mph trap speed in his 98 Dodge Viper.

In the Pro Street Class, Pat Musi ran his 99 Firebird across the line for a 6.721 ET, placing him in first place. Even Rick Moroso, president of Moroso Performance Products, ran an all-time best of 8.74 seconds in the Hot Street Class and moved on to the finals. In the final round, Pat Musi lost control of his car and hit the retaining wall. Musi was taken to the hospital and released unscathed. When Musi returned to Moroso Park, he asked NMCA/NSCA Vice President, Jim Vance, "What did my times look like?" "He know he had a 1/8-mile time, and was hoping it was better than his qualifying time," explained Vance, shaking his head. Due to the accident, time restraints prevented the completion of the rest of the event. It will resume on the weekend of March 16-17t, 2002 which is the NMCA/NSCA Super Series next drag racing event in Atlanta, Ga.

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