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Funny Car Fever Race 2 of 5

The California Independent Funny Car Association (CIFCA) kicked off their second race of the year at Redding Motorsports Park Funny Car Fever & Nostalgia Reunion. Ten funny cars showed up for an 8-car elimination show. James Maher was the System One Number one qualifier with a 5.984 on the 5.90 index and won the Mike’s Transmission Burnout Contest. Rick Alvarado qualified number two. Followed by Tony Trimp & Jim Maher who both ran 6.042. Mark Tarabochia slipped into the fifth position just ahead of Mike Troxel. Ken Breneisen slipped into the number 7 spot and Andre Pegues closed out the eight-car field.


1)      James Maher 5.984

2)      Rick Alvarado 6.019

3)      Tony Trimp 6.042

4)      Jim Maher 6.042

5)      Mark Tarabochia 6.055

6)      Mike Troxel 6.066

7)      Ken Breneisen 6.275

8)      Andre Pegues 7.346

9)      Jess Guttierrez 8.061

10)  Madi Hanser (Licensing)

Rick Alvarado defeated Mike Troxel in round number one. It was a great race; Alvarado had a great .020 light to Troxel’s respectable .060. At the finish line it was Alvarado who got their first and punched his ticket into the next round. Jim Maher was able to get Andre Pegues. James Maher had a rematch from the last CIFCA race with Mark Tarabochia, this time Maher got the win light on a hole shot with a 5.97 beating a 5.96. Ken Breneisen and Tony Trimp lined up in round number and Breneisen was out of the gate first with an .030 light to Trimp’s .107. Breneisen was leading until the 1000ft where Trimp took the stripe and the win light with a margin of victory .059. Trimp was also doing double duty this weekend running 7.0 pro and CIFCA. On top of that he had to finish up the delayed 7.0 pro final from the Good Vibrations Motorsports March Meet. In the delayed final Trimp defeated Jason Vanderpool.

In the semifinal of CIFCA Trimp had James Maher covered but unfortunately went a 5.85 on the 5.90 index handing the win over to Maher who spun on the line. On the flip side of the ladder Jim Maher & Alvarado lined up for a great race. Alvarado cut a killer .003 to take home the Enderle Quick Reaction time award. Maher was .074 and 5.955 at the stripe but Alvardo got there first and clicked the win light on with a 5.976. That run won Alvarado the CP Carrillo Best package award with a .079 and the margin of victory was .050



The final round was set between Alvarado in the Team Mighty Mouse Corvette, and James Maher in the Junior Vibes 84’ Ford Tempo. These two have faced off many times in the final but Alvarado has never won a CIFCA race. That is until today. He laid down a great .072 light and a 6.042 to defeated James Maher’s 6.026 and claim his first CIFCA win! Congratulations to the whole Mighty Mouse team after a lot of hard-fought battles they were finally able to put that girl in the winner circle!



Thanks to Redding Motorsports Park and Crown Motor for hosting the Funny Car Fever. We couldn’t do this without the support of our sponsors Good Vibrations Motorsports, Enderle Fuel Injection, CP Carriillo, Control Cables Inc, Mike’s Transmission, JAZ Products, System 1 Filters & Stith Printing Inc. Next up Samoa Dragstrip June 28th, for the Battle at the Beach.




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