July Sephora Play unboxing

Hi everyone,

I received my July Sephora Play Box recently, and I thought that today would be a great time to talk about it. The theme for this month is The Good Stuff, that means they’ve filled the boxes with items that don’t have any parabens, phthalates or sulfates and I think it’s a great theme. The bag itself is a white canvas bag with red drawstrings and ‘Play!’ written on the front in red lettering.

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So before I get into it, you might notice that I’m missing a product. I got the Farmacy Honey Drop Lightweight Moisturizer with Echinacea GreenEnvy but it wasn’t sealed properly and exploded making it unusable. I did contact Sephora about it and they were prompt in their response and in helping me. So thank you to them and if you guys ever have a problem with any of your Play Box, or other, products they will help you out.

Going back to the things I did get, the first product we have is the Ren Evercalm Ultra Comforting Rescue Mask. This is a mask that is supposed to soothe and balance irritated and sensitive skin. Basically anything that could happen to your skin, this is meant to help with and I’m excited to try it out.

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Next up we have the Caudalie Vinoperfect Concentrated Brightening Essence. This is a treatment you do before you put on your serum and moisturizer and it removes dead skin so that the serum and moisturizer can do their jobs. I love Caudalie, they have some of my favorite skincare products so I can’t wait to use this.

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Moving on we have the Tarte Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Blush in Paaarty. This blush is a nudey pink and it’s really pretty. You guys know I love Tarte, so when I opened that bag and saw this I knew I was going to love it. I have another one of these blushes in Feisty and I really like it. The formulation is great and they really do last. I would definitely recommend them.

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The second to last product we have is the Bite Beauty Agave Lip Mask in Natural. I have one of these and I freaking love it. I put it on at night right before I go to bed and it leaves my lips feeling soft and hydrated. Again, another product I would highly recommend.

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And the last product, this month’s bonus product is the Briogeo Blossom and Bloom Ginseng + Biotin Volumizing Shampoo. This is supposed to give your hair volume without dulling shine. Additionally, Ginseng and Biotin help with hair growth. I’ve heard good things about Briogeo so I’m interested to try this.

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That about wraps it up for this post, if you guys got any of the same products in your July Play Boxes let me know and if not I’d love to know what you did get.

Until next time, enjoy your products and I can’t wait to see what I get next month :).

-K

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A look into my shoe closet: Sandals and flip flops

Hi everyone,

Today I’m going to be doing a look into my shoe closet, sandals and flip flops edition. I did something similar to this a while ago with a look into my makeup collection and really liked it so I thought I would do another one. Being that we are in the heart of summer and these are the shoes I’m grabbing the most, I figured it was the perfect time to do this. If I can find links to any of these shoes I will put it down below.

Starting sandals, we have the Desii Flat Sandal from Shoe Dazzle. I’ve been looking for a good gladiator sandal for a while and when I came across these I was quite happy. What originally drew me to these opposed to other pairs was that it was laced with ribbon, I thought it was a great touch. Now I’ve only worn these twice since I bought them and while they are super cute and actually pretty comfortable, they take a minute to put on but once you’ve put them on a few times it’s not so bad. I bought these in black and I love the gold hardware but these do come in two other colors, taupe and blush and I might actually go back and buy the taupe because they are super cute and like the black, they’ll go with most outfits.

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Next is a pair of Simply Vera Vera Wang sandals. These are gray and have three gray stones and silver hardware. They’re great for when you need to slip on something quick, but want a step up from a flip flop.

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The second to last sandal is one I think I’ve talked about before, a while ago, and these are white with white and silver flowers.

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The last sandal we have are flowered and I bought in two colors, silver and gold, because they are insanely comfortable and you can’t go wrong with adding a little extra color to an outfit. These are from Kohls, like the shoes above.

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Moving on to the flip flop section of this post, the first pair I talked about in my Summer and Other Bits Haul post, they’re white with black polka dots and they are from Forever 21. These also come in black and red.

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The next pair are gold with a gold glitter on the top and they are from Target. I will admit that I am not an active Target shopper, I’ve bought throw pillows and little things there, but that’s about it. Although after finding these, I might be doing more shopping at Target.

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Now to Old Navy, I love Old Navy flip flops I find them to be super comfortable and they have a great selection of colors. That being said, this first group isn’t very colorful but I always like to have the basic colors. These I’ve had since last summer and these are the ones I just grab if I’m going to the store or running errands. I also have a green pair that are my outside work flip flops and I didn’t include them because they’re dirty.

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This next group I bought this summer, because who doesn’t love a flip flop sale, and I wanted a little more color. Plus I needed another black pair, black is my go to and they’re starting to wear down a little.

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That about wraps it up for this post, I really like doing posts like this so look out for more in the future. And I’d love to know, are you a sandal person or a flip flop person? Or do you like both or neither?

Until next time, you can never have too many summer shoe options and I hope you’re all having a great summer :).

-K

Shoe Dazzle sandals:

https://www.shoedazzle.com/products/DESII-FA1721638-7410

Forever 21 flip flops:

https://www.forever21.com/us/shop/catalog/product/f21/deal_2for6/2000269611

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Racing in New Hampshire

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Epping, New Hampshire for the NHRA New England Nationals and what a great race it was.

Starting with Top Fuel, the ladder looked like this; #1 Leah Pritchett (3.74) vs #16 Audrey Worm (5.79), #2 Tony Schumacher (3.74) vs #15 Jim Maroney (4.82), #3 Steve Torrence (3.75) vs #14 Dan Mercier (4.53), #4 Brittany Force (3.77) vs #13 Mike Salinas (4.00), #5 Clay Millican (3.77) vs #12 Antron Brown (3.97), #6 Dom Lagana (3.78) vs #11 Shawn Reed (3.89), #7 Scott Palmer (3.80) vs #10 Richie Crampton (3.88) and #8 Terry McMillen (3.85) vs #9 Doug Kalitta (3.87). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Leah Pritchett (3.94) and Doug Kalitta (4.11), Brittany Force (4.18) and Antron Brown (4.27), Tony Schumacher (3.87) and Richie Crampton (4.29) and Steve Torrence (3.84) and Shawn Reed (3.90). The semifinals were Leah Pritchett (3.88) vs Antron Brown (3.92) and Tony Schumacher (3.90) vs Steve Torrence (3.87). The finals featured Antron Brown (3.95) and the Matco Tools team and Steve Torrence (3.94) and the Capco team. With the winner being Steve Torrence (3.90). This is Steve’s fifth win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Matt Hagan (3.93) vs #16 Terry Haddock (5.87), #2 Jack Beckman (3.95) vs #15 Jeff Diehl (4.31), #3 Shawn Langdon (3.97) vs #14 Jim Campbell (4.20), #4 Ron Capps (3.97) vs #13 Courtney Force (4.16), #5 Robert Hight (3.97) vs #12 Bob Tasca (4.12), #6 John Force (3.98) vs #11 Jonnie Lindberg (4.11), #7 JR Todd (4.02) vs #10 Tim Wilkerson (4.10) and #8 Tommy Johnson Jr (4.02) vs #9 Cruz Pedregon (4.04). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Matt Hagan (4.06) and Tommy Johnson Jr (4.13), Ron Capps (4.08) and Robert Hight (4.46), Jack Beckman (4.07) and Tim Wilkerson (4.09) and Shawn Langdon (4.15) and John Force (4.14). The semifinals were Matt Hagan (4.23) vs Ron Capps (4.13) and Tim Wilkerson (4.24) vs Shawn Langdon (4.13). The finals featured Matt Hagan (4.11) and the Sandvik Coromant team and Tim Wilkerson (4.11) and the Levi, Ray and Shoup team. With the winner being Matt Hagan (4.15). This is Matt’s third win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Greg Anderson (6.51) vs #16 Val Smeland (7.22), #2 Erica Enders (6.52) vs #15 Alan Prusiensky (6.65), #3 Vincent Nobile (6.52) vs #14 John Gaydosh (6.61), #4 Drew Skillman (6.53) vs #13 Fernando Cuadra (6.59), #5 Tanner Gray (6.54) vs #12 Kenny Delco (6.58), #6 Alex Laughlin (6.54) vs #11 Jason Line (6.56), #7 Bo Butner (6.54) vs #10 Matt Hartford (6.55) and #8 Jeg Coughlin (6.54) vs #9 Chris McGaha (6.54). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Greg Anderson (6.54) and Chris McGaha (6.57), Drew Skillman (6.56) and Kenny Delco (6.61), Erica Enders (6.53) and Matt Hartford (6.58) and Vincent Nobile (6.55) and Jason Line (6.57). The semifinals featured Chris McGaha (6.58) vs Kenny Delco (8.30) and Erica Enders (6.57) vs Vincent Nobile (6.57). The finals featured Chris McGaha (16.76) and the Harlow Sammons team and Erica Enders (6.56) and the Elite Motorsports team. With the winner being Chris McGaha (6.57). This is Chris’s second win of the season.

The next race will be the MOPAR Mile High NHRA Nationals, aka the start of the Western Swing, July 20-22 in Denver, Colorado.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

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June favorites

Hi everyone,

Today, as it is the end of the month, I’m going to be doing my June favorites. This month was really busy for me so I didn’t try a whole lot of new things, but I do have a good mix in here, so let’s get into it.

Starting with beauty, I have a couple of favorites from my June Sephora Play Box, which I will link down below if you haven’t read it. My first favorite is the Too Faced Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Matte Lipstick in Queen B. These are some of my favorite lipsticks, the color range is great and I really like the formulation. I’ve been wearing this shade for a while so I was happy to see a product I already loved. It’s a light mauve and it’s quite versatile, it goes well with a ton of different makeup looks.

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My next beauty favorite is the Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes and Lips. I’ve been using this every night since I got it and I really like it. I wear a lot of long wear makeup products and this takes them right off. And I really appreciate the gentle formula, it doesn’t sting or irritate my skin. I would definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a new makeup remover.

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And my last beauty favorite is the Murad Nutrient-Charged Water Gel. Like the makeup remover, I’ve been using this since I got it and I’m really impressed. I’ve never used a water gel before but it is incredibly moisturizing and it makes my face really soft. If you’ve never used a water gel definitely try it out.

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Moving on, I have a TV show favorite and it’s Caribbean Pirate Treasure. It’s on Travel Channel and it follows Philippe Cousteau, grandson of Jacques Cousteau, and his wife Ashlan as they go to different destinations, and dive for treasure, ship remains or whatever the situation that has brought them there. My brother told me about this show and I’m glad he did. You guys know how much I love history and this has that and it also has a little bit of mystery. All in all it’s a really fun show.

Before I get to the rest of my favorites, I want to say that I’m still loving Poshmark, a favorite from months and months ago, and I have a range of different products in my closet, so if you guys are interested I’m KyraSage18.

My second to last favorite is a race that just took place, probably the biggest race of the year in any motorsport, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. This race takes place at the Circuit de la Sarthe in France every year since 1923 and is always full of drama and excitement and this year was no exception. Whether you watch an hour or the full 24 hours it’s a great event to see.

My last favorite is a music favorite, but not just any music, Paul McCartney’s new music. Paul has a new album coming out September 7th, titled Egypt Station, I have preordered it. But he’s released two songs from it, I Don’t Know and Come On To Me. They are both so different, I Don’t Know is more piano driven and slower while Come On To Me is upbeat and more on the fun rock side. But when you hear them they both sound like classic Paul McCartney. I’m honestly so excited to hear the rest of the album. And if you haven’t heard these two songs I would 100% say to go and listen to them.

That about wraps it up for this post, if we have any of the same favorites let me know and if not I’d love to know what your favorites were.

Until next time, enjoy your favorites and I hope you all had a great June :).

-K

June Sephora Play post:

https://kyranycoleblog.wordpress.com/2018/06/26/june-sephora-play-unboxing/

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June Sephora Play unboxing

Hi everyone,

Today I’m going to be unboxing my June Play Box from Sephora. This month’s theme is Summer Nights and it’s one of my favorite themes so far. The bag is absolutely adorable, it’s white canvas with bright pink drawstrings and a neon blue and pink design on the front. It’s the perfect bag for summer.

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The first product we have is the Living Proof No Frizz Nourishing Styling Cream. You put this in your hair when it’s damp and it’s supposed to give you smooth and moisturized hair without weighing it down. I’m excited to use this and see how it stands up to the other products that I’ve used. And it smells good, which is always a plus.

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Next up we have the Murad Nutrient-Charged Water Gel. This is an incredibly hydrating gel that is supposed to really moisturize and plump your skin. I’ve never used a water gel before but I’ve heard great things, my mom uses one and she loves it, so I’m interested to try it and see if I like it.

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The third product is the Clinique Take The Day Off Makeup Remover For Lids, Lashes and Lips. I’m always down to try a new makeup remover and this is a gentle formula that won’t sting or irritate your skin, so I’ll let you guys know what I think.

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Moving on we have the Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Invisible Cover Foundation in Y245. This foundation is medium coverage and it’s lightweight, which I like the sound of. I don’t experiment a whole lot with different foundations, but this would be perfect for those hot summer days.

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The second to last product is one that I love, it’s the Too Faced Melted Matte Liquified Long Wear Matte Lipstick in Queen B. I have a few of the Melted Matte’s this color included, and they’re all fantastic. I really like the formulation and color payoff and the range of colors is vast. This shade in particular is a light mauve and is a color I find myself reaching for from summer to winter.

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And lastly we have this month’s bonus product, the Bvlgari Omnia Pink Sapphire perfume. This is a very floral and feminine scent. It’s got hints of sweetness and a fresh element so it’s not overly floral. I quite like it and would definitely recommend smelling it if you get the chance.

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That about wraps it up for this post, if you guys got any of the same products in your June Play Boxes let me know and if not I’d love to know what you did get.

Until next time, enjoy your products and I can’t wait to see what I get next month :).

-K

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Racing in Ohio

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Norwalk, Ohio for the Summit Racing Equipment Nationals and what a race it was.

With shortened qualifying due to rain, the ladder looked like this; #1 Clay Millican (3.75) vs #16 Dom Lagana (5.03), #2 Brittany Force (3.77) vs #15 Terry McMillen (4.38), #3 Steve Torrence (3.78) vs #14 Chris Karamesines (4.09), #4 Tony Schumacher (3.79) vs #13 Kyle Wurtzel (4.03), #5 Antron Brown (3.80) vs #12 Blake Alexander (3.98), #6 Mike Salinas (3.81) vs #11 Luigi Novelli (3.97), #7 Pat Dakin (3.83) vs #10 Richie Crampton (3.88) and #8 Leah Pritchett (3.83) vs #9 Doug Kalitta (3.84). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Clay Millican (3.75) and Leah Pritchett (3.79), Tony Schumacher (3.80) and Blake Alexander (3.80), Terry McMillen (3.81) and Richie Crampton (3.80) and Steve Torrence (3.80) and Mike Salinas (3.88). The semifinals were Leah Pritchett (3.78) vs Blake Alexander (3.79) and Terry McMillen (3.79) vs Steve Torrence (4.02). The finals featured Blake Alexander (3.79) and the Pronto Auto Parts team and Terry McMillen (3.85) and the Amalie Motor Oil team. With the winner being Blake Alexander (4.01). This is Blake’s first career win and first win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where Cruz Pedregon did not qualify, and the ladder looked like this; #1 Courtney Force (3.93) vs #16 John Smith (4.30), #2 Ron Capps (3.96) vs #15 Jeff Diehl (4.25), #3 Matt Hagan (3.98) vs #14 Tommy Johnson Jr (4.20), #4 John Force (3.99) vs #13 Jim Campbell (4.19), #5 Robert Hight (4.01) vs #12 Dale Creasy Jr (4.14), #6 Tim Wilkerson (4.03) vs #11 Jack Beckman (4.10), #7 JR Todd (4.04) vs #10 Bob Tasca (4.06) and #8 Shawn Langdon (4.05) vs #9 Del Worsham (4.05). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Courtney Force (3.99) and Shawn Langdon (4.04), John Force (4.06) and Robert Hight (3.99), Ron Capps (4.03) and JR Todd (4.01) and Matt Hagan (3.99) and Jack Beckman (4.04). The semifinals were Courtney Force (3.97) vs John Force (4.08) and JR Todd (4.00) vs Matt Hagan (4.01). The finals featured Courtney Force (4.00) and the Advanced Auto Parts team and Matt Hagan (3.98) and the MOPAR team. With the winner being Matt Hagan (4.09). This is Matt’s second win of the season.

Moving on we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Jeg Coughlin (6.61) vs #16 Charlie Westcott (6.96), #2 Jason Line (6.62) vs #15 Kenny Delco (6.95), #3 Matt Hartford (6.62) vs #14 Wally Stroupe (6.84), #4 Bo Butner (6.63) vs #13 John Gaydosh (6.78), #5 Vincent Nobile (6.63) vs #12 Deric Kramer (6.64), #6 Tanner Gray (6.63) vs #11 Chris McGaha (6.64), #7 Greg Anderson (6.63) vs #10 Drew Skillman (6.64) and #8 Alex Laughlin (6.64) vs #9 Erica Enders (6.64). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Jeg Coughlin (6.58) and Erica Enders (6.63), Bo Butner (6.62) and Vincent Nobile (6.61), Jason Line (6.59) and Drew Skillman (6.60) and Matt Hartford (6.75) and Tanner Gray (6.60). The semifinals were Erica Enders (6.63) vs Bo Butner (6.67) and Drew Skillman (6.61) vs Tanner Gray (6.60). The finals featured Erica Enders (6.63) and the Elite Motorsports team and Tanner Gray (6.61) and the Gray Motorsports team. With the winner being Tanner Gray (6.61). This is Tanner’s third win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock Motorcycle, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Matt Smith (6.86) vs #16 Jim Underdahl (7.02), #2 Hector Arana Jr (6.87) vs #15 Ryan Oehler (7.01), #3 Angelle Sampey (6.89) vs #14 Joey Gladstone (7.00), #4 Andrew Hines (6.91) vs #13 Scotty Pollacheck (6.97), #5 Jerry Savoie (6.91) vs #12 Hector Arana (6.97), #6 Eddie Krawiec (6.91) vs #11 Cory Reed (6.95), #7 LE Tonglet (6.92) vs #10 Mark Paquette (6.94) and #8 Steve Johnson (6.92) vs #9 Angie Smith (6.93). This winners and who they would face in the second round were Jim Underdahl (6.92) and Angie Smith (6.93), Andrew Hines (6.95) and Jerry Savoie (6.89), Hector Arana Jr (6.86) and LE Tonglet (6.90) and Angelle Sampey (6.90) and Eddie Krawiec (6.90). The semifinals were Angie Smith (6.97) vs Jerry Savoie (6.91) and LE Tonglet (6.94) vs Eddie Krawiec (6.88). The finals featured Jerry Savoie (7.18) and the White Alligator Racing team and Eddie Krawiec (6.86) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team. With the winner being Eddie Krawiec (6.92). This is Eddie’s third win of the season.

The next race will be the NHRA New England Nationals July 6-8 in Epping, New Hampshire.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

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Racing in Tennessee

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Bristol, Tennessee for the Fitzgerald USA NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals and what a great race it was.

Starting with Top Fuel, the ladder looked like this; #1 Clay Millican (3.81) vs #16 Terry Totten (6.89), #2 Tony Schumacher (3.83) vs #15 Terry McMillen (4.72), #3 Antron Brown (3.83) vs #14 Richie Crampton (4.62), #4 Scott Palmer (3.86) vs #13 Bill Litton (4.11), #5 Brittany Force (3.87) vs #12 Doug Kalitta (4.09), #6 Steve Torrence (3.87) vs #11 Shawn Reed (4.01), #7 Dom Lagana (3.88) vs #10 Pat Dakin (4.00) and #8 Mike Salinas (3.91) vs #9 Leah Pritchett (4.00). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Clay Millican (4.01) and Mike Salinas  (4.02), Scott Palmer (4.01) and Doug Kalitta (3.99), Tony Schumacher (3.91) and Pat Dakin (4.01) and Antron Brown (3.89) and Steve Torrence (3.97). The semifinals were Mike Salinas (4.03) vs Scott Palmer (4.06) and Tony Schumacher (4.02) vs Steve Torrence (4.23). The finals featured Mike Salinas (4.04) and the Scrappers Racing team, his first final, and Tony Schumacher (4.03) and the US Army team. With the winner being Tony Schumacher (3.94). This is Tony’s first win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Courtney Force (3.99) vs #16 Jonnie Lindberg (4.77), #2 JR Todd (4.07) vs #15 Del Worsham (4.33), #3 Robert Hight (4.07) vs #14 Jeff Diehl (4.29), #4 Bob Tasca (4.07) vs #13 Tim Wilkerson (4.26), #5 Cruz Pedregon (4.10) vs #12 Jim Campbell (4.21), #6 John Force (4.11) vs #11 Ron Capps (4.19), #7 Jack Beckman (4.13) vs #10 Shawn Langdon (4.19) and #8 Tommy Johnson Jr (4.16) vs #9 Matt Hagan (4.18). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Courtney Force (4.16) and Tommy Johnson Jr (4.25), Bob Tasca (4.13) and Cruz Pedregon (4.58), JR Todd (4.21) and Jack Beckman (4.28) and Robert Hight (4.75) and Ron Capps (4.24). The semifinals were Courtney Force (4.19) vs Bob Tasca (4.23) and JR Todd (4.20) vs Ron Capps (4.20). The finals featured Bob Tasca (4.21) and the Ford team and Ron Capps (4.24) and the NAPA Auto Parts team. With the winner being Ron Capps (4.23). This is Ron’s first win of the season and the first DSR double up of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Greg Anderson (6.67) vs #16 Wally Stroupe (7.55), #2 Jeg Coughlin (6.68) vs Tommy Lee (7.01), #3 Drew Skillman (6.68) vs #14 Alan Prusiensky (6.86), #4 Tanner Gray (6.68) vs #13 John Gaydosh (6.80), #5 Alex Laughlin (6.69) vs #12 Tim Freeman (6.74), #6 Jason Line (6.70) vs #11 Erica Enders (6.71), #7 Deric Kramer (6.70) vs #10 Chris McGaha (6.70) and #8 Vincent Nobile (6.70) vs #9 Bo Butner (6.70). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Greg Anderson (6.71) and Vincent Nobile (6.73), Tanner Gray (6.75) and Tim Freeman (6.78), Jeg Coughlin (6.71) and Chris McGaha (6.73) and Drew Skillman (6.71) and Erica Enders (6.72). The semifinals were Greg Anderson (6.72) vs Tanner Gray (6.78) and Jeg Coughlin (6.74) vs Drew Skillman (6.72). The finals featured Greg Anderson (6.76) and the Summit Racing Equipment team and Jeg Coughlin (6.75) and the JEGS team. With the winner being Jeg Coughlin (6.70). This is Jeg’s second win of the season.

The next race will be the Summit Racing Equipment Nationals June 21-24 in Norwalk, Ohio.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

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