SDBA: Results from the VooDoo Tennessee Bike Rumble

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Southeastern Drag Bike Association
VooDoo Tennessee Bike Rumble
Crossville Dragway
June 20, 2020

VooDoo Tennessee Bike Rumble

The Southeastern Drag Bike Association hosted the VooDoo Custom Motorcycle Components Tennessee Bike Rumble on June 20th, 2020 at Crossville Dragway in Crossville TN. It was a hot day for sure with the sun bearing down on the racers all day! The track was also hosting several Street Outlaw car appearances and a small car show so there were spectators that may have learned a little about motorcycle drag racing as 192 motorcycles filled the 1/8 mile track in northern Tennessee.

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As mentioned before and always, the SDBA will continue to monitor each race and work to improve to become the best it can be. We thank everyone for their patience, as there were some issues with ladders due to communication errors with the tower. Each track is different, and this was the SDBA’s first event at Crossville. We will be handling qualifying and laddering going forward and improving our news and delivery of qualifying and race results.

SDBA - Tennessee Bike Rumble - Crossville Dragway

The 865 Racing 32-bike Shootout on Friday night was won by Garreth Sheppard for a major payday in his win over Ronnie Woodall Sr. Sheppard’s .034 reaction time and 5.027 on a 5.02 dial got the best of Ronnie’s .022 light and 5.8223 breakout on a 5.83 dial.

Weeks Performance 4.60 (13 entries) was a barn burner of a class this weekend with some super close races! In the semis Ronnie Procopio defeated Les Stimac with an .020 light and a 4.6119 to a .018 RT and a 4.6202 (.006 margin). Rock Sanders took the win over Smokin Joe .026 light & 4.61 to a .0098 light and 4.59 breakout. Sanders went on to defeat Procopio in the finals due to Procopio’s triggering of a red light.

Schnitz Racing Top Gas (21 entries) had some great action as well! Jeremy England defeated Johnny Mullikin in the semis with a major upset. After having an .078 light to Mullikin’s .002, Jeremy ran a 5.12 ET but Mullikin could only pull off a 5.18 ET on the other end. Dalton Markham had the bye in semi’s. Jeremy went on to defeat Markham in the finals.

Liguori Drag Racing Super Comp (14 entries) – In the semi’s Kevin Peterson defeated Collin Nash due to breakout as Dalton Markham defeated Rico Brown, as Rico went red. Dalton Markham defeated Peterson in the finals as Peterson went .004 red.

HTP Performance Super Stock (3 entries) – Patrick Cooper took the win over Fandon in an ultra-competitive heads up match up with an .054 light to Fandon’s .133 and a 5.90 to 5.92

865 Racing 6.0 (29 entries) – Duane Jackson took the holeshot win over Jeremy England with his .027 light while Todd Roberts took the bye into the finals. Todd Roberts then took a holeshot win over Duane Jackson in the final round for the trophy.

MPS Racing Pro ET (48 entries) – In the semi’s Mark McCoy took the win over Boo Brown as Boo drew a red light. Dalton Markham had a bye into the finals. Mark CcCoy went on to win the final round against Dalton Markham.

Brock’s Performance Street ET (54 entries)- In the semi’s John Markham defeated Garreth Shepperd in a double breakout while Travis Kotz had a bye into the finals. Kotz went on to take the win over John Markham in the finals earning his ever win!

WhatAGraphic! Jr Dragsters (7 entries) had the young Caeson Markham taking the win over Kaeleigh Welch in the finals.

We cannot thank our racers enough for all your support and understanding on another track record-breaking motorcycle event weekend! Be on the lookout for photos from Michael Davis and videos from Jack Korpela III/Cycledrag.com. Jack flew in from California again and Michael brought his trailer/printer/graphic studio from Ohio to capture the event, so be sure to buy some photos from Michael at www.motolenzphotos.com

Our media support came for this race was brought to you by Dave Schnitz with Schnitz Racing, Eric Hochstetler with MTC Engineering, and Dustin Lee with Hard Times Parts and Service.

The race this weekend was brought to you by Robert Uecker with VooDoo Custom Motorcycle Components.
The 2020 SDBA series is brought to you by Rob Bush with Rob Bush Motorsports and 190Hookup.com.

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2020 Motorcycle Drag Racing Schedule

  • Voodoo Industries First Annual Series Opener
    March 29th / Crossville Dragway – Crossville, TN
  • Voodoo Industries Spring Fling
    April 25th / London Dragway – London, KY
  • Croz’s Custom Cycle I-75 Classic
    May 9th / Brainerd Motorsports Park – Ringgold, GA
  • Hard Times Parts & Service Summer Showdown
    July 18th / Knoxville Dragstrip – Knoxville, TN
  • Sonny’s Birthday Bash presented by RV Avocados
    August 1st / Alabama International Dragway – Steele, AL
  • BB Racing Fall Smackdown
    September 5th / Crossville Dragway – Crossville, TN
  • Testa Racing Engines Bike Fest
    October 10th / Knoxville Dragstrip – Knoxville, TN
  • Allstate Scenic City Final Showdown
    October 24th / Brainerd Motorsports Park – Ringgold, GA


2020 Entry Fees and Payouts

SDBA only permits 2-wheel motorcycles to enter an event. Three or Four-wheel vehicles are prohibited from entering a class at SDBA.  For more information on class rules, click here.


Get more information at Southeasterndragbike.com and join the Facebook group, click here.