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Wallace Motorsports 20K Pro Street Shootout – Williford Takes the Bag!

Wallace Motorsports 20K Pro Street Shootout

Wallace Motorsports 20K Pro Street Shootout
Held in conjunction with the Horsepower Hustle
Gainesville Raceway / December 9-10, 2022

Rodney Williford Takes the Wallace Motorsports 20K Bag

The biggest Pro Street payout ever to be awarded went down last weekend at Cecil Towner’s HorsePower Hustle grudge event at Gainesville Raceway. $26,000.00 was paid out to the class with $20,000.00 going to the winner.

I want to thank every single person that helped put the race on. Brandi Neithamer, Ehren Litten, the HTP crew, and every sponsor that stepped up with cash and merchandise. And of course, all the racers that came to race and support the event. Congratulations to Mr. Rodney Williford for taking home the first Wallace Motorsports 20k Pro Street Shootout trophy and the 20K big bag. It was a weekend of great racing and hanging out with friends. Let’s see if we can make it happen again next year!

– Greg Wallace

Fifteen riders made the trip to Gainesville to take advantage of the beautiful Florida weather. The Horsepower Hustle typically only features clock-off, eight-mile grudge racing.  But for their final event of the season, they openly welcomed the Pro Street bikes to their event and had Mass Traction on site to give the quickest and fastest street bikes in the world a weekend of well-prepped quarter-mile racing surface. With the clock on for this one event, fans in the stand witnessed 230 mph passes in only 6.34 seconds.

The first round of qualifying featured what would be the quickest run of the weekend, with Rodney Williford running a 6.349 at 228.04 mph to take the #1 qualifying and setting a new personal best. That round was also affected by a devasting crash for Justin Shakir.  Shakir broke a rod that lead to oil spilling onto the rear tire, causing a crash at 227 mph as he went through the finish line. He came off the bike before it hit the wall three times before catching fire. Luckily for Shakir, he walked away uninjured. On that run, he ran a 6.536, which would have put him in the fifth qualifying position for the round.

Rodney Williford
Rodney Williford

After three rounds of qualifying, Williford would lead the class with a 6.349, while Trevor Altman rounded out the class with a 7.510 for the fourteenth spot. Scroll down past elimination results to watch all three rounds of qualifying.

1. Rodney Williford – 6.349 / 228.04
2. Greg Wallace – 6.481 / 215.31
3. Jason Dunigan – 6.518 / 231.44
4. Darion Payne – 6.531 / 224.66
5. Caleb Holt – 6.547 / 221.82
6. James Waugh – 6.569 / 224.73
7. Ricky Wood – 6.678 / 218.41
8. Curtis Brown – 6.748 / 216.72
9. Ryan Hable – 6.768 / 224.25
10. Herman Myers – 6.948 / 209.30
11. Sydney Marshall – 6.951 / 202.76
12. Jamie Hendricks – 6.996 / 209.95
13. Jamie Lopes – 7.072 / 206.07
14. Trevor Altman – 7.510 / 175.09

Saturday’s eliminations were action-packed, with many upsets in round one and several pairs of really exciting and close racing action. Watch our video below for full round-by-round racing action.

Greg Wallace
Greg Wallace

In round two, Greg Wallace ran a new personal best by resetting his record from a 6.425 to a stout 6.394 as he defeated Ricky Wood.

When it came down to the finals,event organizer Greg Wallace sat in the left lane across from XDA’s champion Rodney Williford. When the bulbs dropped, both competitors were going for the win with cut-throat reactions times, Williford with a .032 and Wallace a .039. Wallace was ahead until the 330′ when Williford started pulling away from him to take the stripe first with a 6.444 at 225.63 to Wallace’s 6.511 at 215.63.

 

ELIMINATIONS ROUND 1

W – Rodney Williford – .146 / 6.525 / 227.11
L – Trevor Altman – .051 / 7.737 / 182.90

Trevor Altman
Trevor Altman

W – Sydney Marshall – .067 / 6.842 / 205.47
L – Darion Payne – -.009 / 6.902 / 213.30

Darion Payne
Darion Payne

W – Herman Myers – .059 / 6.859 / 201.70
L – Caleb Holt – .255 / 6.689 / 217.32

Caleb Holt
Caleb Holt

W – Greg Wallace – .036 / 6.476 / 224.21
L – Jamie Lopes – -.001 / 7.554 / 132.46

Jamie Lopes
Jamie Lopes

W – Ricky Wood – .016 / 6.682 / 215.58
L – Curtis Brown – .023 / 6.681 / 219.22

Curtis Brown
Curtis Brown

W – Jason Dunigan – .084 / 6.689 / 227.23
L – Jamie Hendricks – .026 / 7.095 / 207.27

Jamie Hendricks
Jamie Hendricks

W – James Waugh – .036 / 6.637 / 218.76
L – Ryan Hable – .021 / 6.895 / 221.38

Ryan Hable
Ryan Hable

ELIMINATIONS ROUND 2

W – Rodney Williford – .087 / 6.885 / 163.24
L – EARNED BYE

W – Greg Wallace – .018 / 6.394 / 222.95
L – Ricky Wood – -.016 / 7.870 / 123.64

Ricky Wood
Ricky Wood

W – James Waugh – .051 / 6.633 / 221.63
L – Jason Dunigan – .082 / 6.611 / 230.29

Jason Dunigan
Jason Dunigan

W – Sydney Marshall – .059 / 6.860 / 204.63
L – Herman Myers – .092 / 6.945 / 181.37

Herman Myers
Herman Myers

ELIMINATIONS SEMI-FINAL

W – Greg Wallace – .066 / 6.508 / 208.97
L – James Waugh – .056 / 6.621 / 222.33

James Waugh
James Waugh

W – Rodney Williford – .055 / 6.493 / 228.04
L – Sydney Marshall – .054 / 7.203 / 172.72

Sydney Marshall
Sydney Marshall

ELIMINATION FINAL

W – Rodney Williford – .032 / 6.444 / 225.63
RU – Greg Wallace – .039 / 6.511 / 215.65

Rodney Williford Wallace Motorsports Winner

We are very grateful to Tom Patsis of Cold Hard Art for creating the trophy for the Wallace Motorsports 20K Pro Street Shootout. It was on display all weekend and the riders were excited at the chance to receive a piece of hardware from the best trophy builder in the land! Amber Williford was very excited as well, especially when HorsePower Hustle also created a trophy for the class, making her the ultimate ‘Trophy Wife.’

amber Williford Wallace Motorsports Winner


QUALIFYING ROUND 1

QUALIFYING ROUND 2

QUALIFYING ROUND 3


Racer Door Prizes

Friday night, the class gathered over at the Wallace Motorsports compound to celebrate a day of qualifying and to win prizes donated by our fabulous sponsors. Racer tech cards were added to a hat and prizes were awarded randomly.  We strongly encourage you to support the companies that support the Pro Street class and the growth of motorcycle drag racing. We appreciate all of these companies for participating this year, these events only happen because of their support!

Below is a list of the donated prizes and who won them! 

Cycle Gear – Sedici Strada II Carbon Helmet
Winner – Justin Shakir

DME Racing – Aluminum Rear Sets
Winner – Ricky Wood

LKG Suspension – In-line Double Adjustable Lightweight Drag Shock
Winner – Caleb Holt

MPS Racing – $100 Product Certificate
Winner – Jamie Lopes

MTC Engineering – Quick Access Clutch Cover
Winner – Ryan Hable

Rob Bush Motorsports – EK Chain
Winner – Curtis Brown

Rob Bush Motorsports – Air Shifter Kit
Winner – Trevor Altman

Rob Bush Motorsports – OEM Clutch Kit
Winner – Jamie Hendricks

Robinson Industries – Heavy Duty Output Shaft
Winner – Jason Dunigan

Ryan Schnitz Racing – Swag Pack
Winner – Sydney Marshall
Winner – Greg Wallace

Vanson Leathers – $400 Product Certificates
Winner – Rodney Williford
Winner – James Waugh
Winner – Herman Myers

Litten Racing – Can of VP Fuel
Winner – Curtis Brown
Winner – Ryan Hable
Winner – Caleb Holt
Winner – Sydney Marshall

Wallace Motorsports – Dunlop Dragmax tire
Winner – Ricky Wood

Williford Racing – Pro Street Spec Head
Winner – Herman Myers

Worldwide Bearings – Ceramic Bearing Kit
Winner – Darion Payne


Cash Sponsors

Once again, thank you to the companies that posted cash that contributed to the $25,000 in cash that was paid out to four racers. These great companies contributed $18,000 to the purse to make the largest payout in history happen!

1 Stop Speed – $500
3 Sixty 5 Transport Inc. – $1,000
CPI – $500
Just Us Trucking – $1,000
DME Racing – $3,000
Dunigan Racing – $5,000
Litten Racing – $1,000
MaxxECU – $1,000
Wallace Motorsports  – $5,000

Wallace Motorsports Pro Street Shootout


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Any questions regarding the Wallace Motorsports 20K Pro Street Shootout can contact brandi@dragbike.com via e-mail or phone at 513-544-4152.

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