Racing in Kansas

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Topeka, Kansas for the Menards NHRA Heartland Nationals. And it was a race full of record breaking runs, pedaling, and explosions. When it comes to breaking records, Antron Brown set the speed record (333.16) only to have it reset by Brittany Force. Now the national speed record in Top Fuel is 333.68 mph. In Funny Car Robert Hight made the quickest pass in history at 337.66 mph. Courtney Force set the ET record at 3.815. But they were both smashed by Matt Hagan who ran 3.802 at 338.85 mph. Heartland Park Topeka is now the fastest track on the NHRA circuit.

Going back to Sunday, the Top Fuel ladder looked like this; #1 Tony Schumacher (3.66) vs #16 Pat Dakin (9.38), #2 Leah Pritchett (3.66) vs #15 Rob Passey (8.93), #3 Antron Brown (3.67) vs #14 Kebin Kinsley (4.20), #4 Brittany Force (3.67) vs #13 Luigi Novelli (3.99), #5 Steve Torrence (3.67) vs #12 Mike Salinas (3.82), #6 Shawn Langdon (3.70) vs #11 Troy Coughlin Jr (3.80), #7 Doug Kalitta (3.71) vs #10 Scott Palmer (3.78) and #8 Clay Millican (3.72) vs #9 Terry McMillen (3.75). I want to quickly congratule Doug Kalitta, first round of eliminations was his 1,000th round of racing. The winners and who they would face in the second round were Tony Schumacher (5.89) and Clay Millican (3.73), Brittany Force (3.69) and Steve Torrence (3.70), Leah Pritchett (3.70) and Doug Kalitta (3.73) and Antron Brown (3.69) and Shawn Langdon (3.72). The semifinals were Clay Millican (5.42) vs Steve Torrence (3.74) and Leah Pritchett (3.70) vs Antron Brown (4.02). The finals featured Steve Torrence (3.71) and the Capco team and Antron Brown (3.71) and the Matco Tools team. With the winner being Antron Brown (3.70). This is Antron’s second win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Matt Hagan (3.80) vs #16 Jack Wyatt (4.53), #2 Courtney Force (3.81) vs #15 Tim Wilkerson (4.52), #3 Robert Hight (3.82) vs #14 Dale Creasy Jr (4.06), #4 Jack Beckman (3.84) vs #13 Chad Head (3.96), #5 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.84) vs #12 Del Worsham (3.94), #6 John Force (3.85) vs #11 Bob Tasca (3.91), #7 Ron Capps (3.86) vs #10 Cruz Pedregon (3.88) and #8 Brian Stewart (3.87) vs #9 JR Todd (3.87). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Matt Hagan (3.85) and JR Todd (3.93), Jack Beckman (4.21) and Del Worsham (3.96), Courtney Force (3.82) and Ron Capps (4.60) and Robert Hight (3.83) and Bob Tasca (3.93). The semifinals were Matt Hagan (4.01) vs Jack Beckman (3.88) and Ron Capps (3.86) vs Robert Hight (3.89). The finals featured Matt Hagan (3.91) and the Mopar team and Ron Capps (3.90) and the NAPA Auto Parts team. With the winner being Ron Capps (3.92). This is Ron’s fourth win this season and fourth in a row.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where with 14 cars, the ladder looked like this; #1 Bo Butner (6.54) vs #14 Mark Hogan (6.79), #2 Jason Line (6.54) vs #13 Dave River (6.78), #3 Greg Anderson (6.55) vs #12 Alan  Prusiensky (6.67), #4 Jeg Coughlin (6.56) vs #11 Deric Kramer (6.62), #5 Matt Hartford (6.56) vs #10 Allen Johnson (6.58), #6 Tanner Gray (6.56) vs #9 Drew Skillman (6.58) and #7 Erica Enders (6.57) vs #8 Vincent Nobile (6.58). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Bo Butner (6.55), Jeg Coughlin (6.56) and Allen Johnson (6.58), Jason Line (6.55) and Vincent Nobile (6.58), and Greg Anderson (no time) and Tanner Gray (6.55). The semifinals were Bo Butner (6.55) vs Jeg Coughlin (6.57) and Vincent Nobile (6.58) vs Tanner Gray (6.57). The finals featured Jeg Coughlin (6.57) and the Jegs team and Tanner Gray (6.57) and the Gray Motorsports team. With the winner being Tanner Gray (6.58). This is Tanner’s second win of the season. His grandfather Johnny and dad Shane have also won this race.

The next race will be the NHRA New England Nationals, June 2-4 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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May Glam Bag unboxing

Hi everyone,

Over the weekend I received my May Glam Bag from Ipsy and figured today was the perfect day to talk about it. This month’s theme is Ipsy Summer Fridays. The theme really carries through. The bag is covered in ice cream and popsicles. It’s also plastic so that makes it perfect to take to the beach or the pool. When I pulled it out of the envelope it reminded me of how pool floaties smell which made me think of summer.

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So the first product is Urban Decay Afterglow 8-hour powder highlighter in Sin. I’ve mentioned how much I love Urban Decay and this highlighter is amazing. It’s a gorgeous champagne shade and it did last most of the day, which I loved.

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Next we have a Jelly Pong Pong Supercharged Super Intense eyeshadow duo in Electric. When I opened this I was excited because I absolutely love these colors. I wore this on Saturday and really liked it. I used the rosey one as the base and put a little bit of the gold on top and after I blended it it was so pretty. It is really pigmented and I definitely recommend it.

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Sticking with eyes, we have the Pixi by Petra Endless Silky eye pen in BlackNoir. Pixi is a brand I really like, their skincare is fantastic, but I hadn’t tried any of their makeup. Let me tell you, I will be going to their website and browsing through the makeup. Like I’ve said before, I’m always looking to try new eyeliner, doesn’t matter how many I have. And I really like this one. It was long lasting, it didn’t smudge, and it was incredibly smooth putting it on. It really lives up to it’s silky name.

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Going on to lips, the next product is a Caked Makeup Lip Fondant in Low Key. I’m so in love with this liquid lipstick. Not only is the color fantastic, but it smells like cake batter. I mean, if it didn’t smell like cake I would still love it because it’s lightweight and doesn’t feel like it’s taking all of the moisture out of my lips. But the fact that it does makes it a million times more fun and I will definitely be purchasing more colors in the future.

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And lastly, we have Beauty and Pin-Ups Fearless Hair Rescue Masque. I haven’t used this yet, but it smells really good. I love hair masks, thankfully my hair is really healthy and always has been, but being able to give it that extra love and softness is always nice. So I can’t wait 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 May Glam Bags let me know, and if not I’d love to know what you got in yours.

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 Georgia

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Atlanta, Georgia for the NHRA Southern Nationals and what a race it was.

Starting with Top Fuel, and with rain on Friday, the ladder looked like this; #1 Tony Schumacher (3.73) vs #16 Brittany Force (9.39), #2 Steve Torrence (3.73) vs #15 Smax Smith (8.52), #3 Antron Brown (3.74) vs #14 Troy Coughlin Jr (4.08), #4 Clay Millican (3.76) vs #13 Terry Haddock (4.07), #5 Doug Kalitta (3.76) vs #12 Chris Karamesines (4.04), #6 Terry McMillen (3.78) vs #11 Leah Pritchett (3.86), #7 Shawn Langdon (3.78) vs #10 Pat Dakin (3.83) and #8 Bob Vandergriff (3.82) vs #9 Scott Palmer (3.82). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Tony Schumacher (5.19) and Bob Vandergriff (3.78), Clay Millican (9.06) and Doug Kalitta (3.76), Steve Torrence (3.75) and Shawn Langdon (3.75), and Antron Brown (3.70) and Leah Pritchett (3.69). The semifinals were Tony Schumacher (3.75) vs Doug Kalitta (3.77) and Steve Torrence (3.74) vs Leah Pritchett (3.72). The finals featured Tony Schumacher (3.75) and the US Army team and Steve Torrence (3.76) and the Capco team. With the winner being Steve Torrence (3.74). This is Steve’s second win of the season. I want to mention and congratulate Doug Kalitta on getting his 600th career round win. That makes him the ninth driver in NHRA history to have 600 career round wins.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1, for the fourth race in a row, Courtney Force (3.89) vs #16 Jeff Diehl (11.29), #2 Matt Hagan (3.93) vs #15 Cruz Pedregon (5.70), #3 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.93) vs #14 Jack Beckman (5.58), #4 Ron Capps (3.95) vs #13 JR Todd (5.05), #5 John Force (3.96) vs #12 Del Worsham (4.59), #6 Tim Wilkerson (3.97) vs #11 Jonnie Lindberg (4.33), #7 Jim Campbell (4.02) vs #10 Dave Richards (4.08), and #8 Robert Hight (4.02) vs #9 Chad Head (4.02). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Courtney Force (3.96) and Robert Hight (3.88), Ron Capps (3.90) and John Force (4.15), Matt Hagan (3.88) and Dave Richards (4.64) and Jack Beckman (3.95) and Tim Wilkerson (3.91). The semifinals were Robert Hight (3.88) vs Ron Capps (3.95) and Matt Hagan (3.96) vs Tim Wilkerson (3.99). The finals featured Ron Capps (3.96) and the NAPA Auto Parts team and Tim Wilkerson (4.42) and the Levi Ray and Shoup team. With the winner being Ron Capps (3.99). This is Ron’s third win of the season, and he’s gone back to back to back to get those wins.

Moving on we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Bo Butner (6.57) vs #16 Wally Stroupe (7.20), #2 Drew Skillman (6.58) vs #15 Mark Hogan (6.86), #3 Jason Line (6.58) vs #14 John Gaydosh (6.77), #4 Jeg Coughlin (6.59) vs #13 Shane Tucker (6.75), #5 Chris McGaha (6.59) vs #12 Greg Anderson (6.67), #6 Erica Enders (6.60) vs #11 Alan Prusiensky (6.64), #7 Tanner Gray (6.60) vs #10 Shane Gray (6.62) and #8 Vincent Nobile (6.61) vs #9 Allen Johnson (6.62). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Bo Butner (6.53) and Vincent Nobile (6.58), Jeg Coughlin (6.56) and Chris McGaha (6.54), Drew Skillman (6.57) and Tanner Gray (6.56) and Jason Line (6.55) and Erica Enders (6.62). The semifinals were Bo Butner (6.56) vs Jeg Coughlin (6.59) and Tanner Gray (6.58) vs Erica Enders (6.57). The finals featured Bo Butner (6.58) and the Jim Butner Auto team and Erica Enders (6.61) and the Elite Motorsports team. With the winner being Bo Butner (6.56). This is Bo’s second win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock Motorcycle, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Eddie Krawiec (6.84) vs #16 Steve Johnson (7.00), #2 LE Tonglet (6.85) vs #15 Cory Reed (7.00), #3 Chip Ellis (6.86) vs #14 Karen Stoffer (6.96), #4 Hector Arana Jr (6.86) vs #13 Mike Berry (6.95), #5 Jerry Savoie (6.86) vs #12 Matt Smith (6.92), #6 Hector Arana (6.86) vs #11 Scotty Pollacheck (6.92), #7 Andrew Hines (6.87) vs #10 Angie Smith (6.90) and #8 Joey Gladstone (6.89) vs #9 Angelle Sampey (6.90). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Eddie Krawiec (6.82) and Joey Gladstone (6.88), Hector Arana Jr (6.84) and Jerry Savoie (6.85), LE Tonglet (6.81) and Andrew Hines (6.86) and Chip Ellis (6.87) and Scotty Pollacheck (6.86). The semifinals were Eddie Krawiec (6.82) vs Jerry Savoie (6.84) and LE Tonglet (6.80) vs Scotty Pollacheck (6.93). The finals featured Jerry Savoie (6.84) and the White Alligator Racing team and his teammate LE Tonglet (6.83) and the Nitro Fish team. With the winner being LE Tonglet (6.84). This is LE’s second win of the season.

The next race will be the NHRA Kansas Nationals, May 19-21 in Topeka, Kansas.

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

-K

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Racing in North Carolina- Four Wide edition

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Charlotte, North Carolina for the NHRA Four Wide Nationals. This is unlike any other race during the season and it was full of excitement. Close races and staging miscues and confusion.

Starting with Top Fuel, the first quad looked like this; #1 Clay Millican (3.71) vs #16 Terry Haddock (4.40), #8 Shawn Langdon (3.76) and #9 Leah Pritchett (3.77). Quad number two; #4 Steve Torrence (3.72) vs #13 Dom Lagana (3.88), #5 Troy Coughlin Jr (3.72) and #12 Scott Palmer (3.84). Quad number three; #2 Doug Kalitta (3.71) vs #15 Chris Karamesines (4.05), #7 Brittany Force (3.74) and #10 Terry McMillen (3.79). And quad number four; #3 Antron Brown (3.72) vs #14 Ike Maier (3.95), #6 Tony Schumacher (3.74) and #11 Pat Dakin (3.82). The winners of the first quad were Clay Millican (3.74) and Leah Pritchett (3.73). They were joined in the semifinals  by Steve Torrence (3.77) and Dom Lagana (3.85). The winners of the third quad were Doug Kalitta (3.75) and Terry McMillen (4.34). And they were joined by Antron Brown (3.76) and Tony Schumacher (4.37). The finals featured Leah Pritchett (3.75) and the Papa John’s team, Steve Torrence (3.77) and the Capco team, Terry McMillen (3.83) and the Amalie Motor Oil team and Tony Schumacher (3.79) and the US Army team. With the winner being Steve Torrence (3.78). Followed by Tony Schumacher (3.87), Leah Pritchett (3.79) and Terry McMillen (4.65). This is Steve’s first win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the first quad looked like this; #1 Courtney Force (3.85), she did hit the wall pretty hard in the first round but wasn’t seriously injured, vs #16 Jonnie Lindberg (4.07), #8 JR Todd (3.95) and Bob Tasca (3.96). Quad number two; #4 Matt Hagan (3.89) vs #13 Bob Bode (4.02), #5 Tim Wilkerson (3.90) and #12 Cruz Pedregon (4.00). Quad number three; #2 Robert Hight (3.87) vs #15 Jim Campbell (4.05), #7 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.92) and #10 Jack Beckman (3.97). And quad number four; #3 John Force (3.88) vs #14 Chad Head (4.03), who was filling in for Alexis DeJoria who was dealing with a family matter, #6 Ron Capps (3.90) and #11 Del Worsham (3.98). The winners of the first quad were Jonnie Lindberg (3.98) and JR Todd (7.76) and they were joined in the semifinals by Matt Hagan (3.93) and Tim Wilkerson (4.33). The winners of the third quad were Robert Hight (3.88) and Jack Beckman (4.02) and they were joined by John Force (3.93) and Ron Capps (3.92). The finals featured JR Todd (4.03) and the DHL team, Matt Hagan (3.98) and the Mopar team, Jack Beckman (3.99) and the Infinite Hero Team and Ron Capps (3.92) and the NAPA Auto Parts team. With the winner being Ron Capps (3.93). Followed Jack Beckman (3.95), JR Todd (4.10) and Matt Hagan (8.82). This is Ron’s second win of the season.

Moving on, we have Pro Stock, where the first quad looked like this; #1 Jeg Coughlin (6.57) vs #16 John Gaydosh (6.76), #8 Drew Skillman (6.61) and #9 Vincent Nobile (6.61). Quad number two; #4 Chris McGaha (6.59) vs #13 Alan Prusiensky (6.65), #5 Jason Line (6.59) and #12 Allen Johnson (6.64). Quad number three; #2 Erica Enders (6.58) vs #15 Shane Tucker (6.75), #7 Tanner Gray (6.59) and #10 Alex Laughlin (6.61). And quad number four; #3 Greg Anderson (6.58) vs #14 Deric Kramer (6.66), #6 Bo Butner (6.59) and #11 Shane Gray (6.63). The winners of the first quad were Drew Skillman (6.60) and Vincent Nobile (6.61) and they were joined in the semifinals by Chris McGaha (6.60) and Jason Line (6.59). The winners of the third quad were Tanner Gray (6.59) and Alex Laughlin (6.65) and they were joined by Greg Anderson (6.59) and Shane Gray (6.62). The finals featured Drew Skillman (6.61) and the Ray Skillman Chevrolet team, Chris McGaha (6.58) and the Harlow Sammons team, Greg Anderson (6.60) and the Summit Racing Equipment team and Shane Gray (6.61) and the Gray Motorsports team. With the winner being Chris McGaha (6.59). Followed by Greg Anderson (6.61), Shane Gray (6.64), and Drew Skillman (6.59). This is Chris’s first win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock Motorcycle, where the first quad looked like this; #1 Jerry Savoie (6.82) vs #16 Steve Johnson (6.97), #8 LE Tonglet (6.88) and #9 Scotty Pollacheck (6.88). Quad number two; #4 Chip Ellis (6.85) vs #13 Angie Smith (6.91), #5 Joey Gladstone (6.86) and #12 Karen Stoffer (6.91). Quad number three; #2 Eddie Krawic (6.83) vs #15 Shawn Gann (6.95), #7 Hector Arana Jr (6.87) and #10 Matt Smith (6.88). And quad number four; #3 Andrew Hines (6.84) vs #14 Angelle Sampey (6.94), #6 Hector Arana (6.87) and #11 Cory Reed (6.89). The winners of the first quad were LE Tonglet (6.82) and Scotty Pollacheck (6.81) and they were joined in the semifinals by Joey Gladstone (6.88) and Karen Stoffer (6.86). The winners of the third quad were Eddie Krawic (6.79) and Matt Smith (6.92). They were joined by Andrew Hines (6.83) and Angelle Sampey (6.95). The finals featured LE Tonglet (6.88) and the Nitro fish team, Scotty Pollacheck (6.88) and the Underdahl Racing/ Suzuki Extended Protection team, Eddie Krawic (6.86) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team and Andrew Hines (6.86) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team (6.86). With the winner being LE Tonglet (6.86). Followed by Eddie Krawic (6.82), Andrew Hines (6.90) and Scotty Pollacheck (no time). This is LE’s first win of the season.

The next race will be the NHRA Southern Nationals, May 5-7 in Atlanta, Georgia.

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

-K

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April favorites

Hi everyone,

As it is the last week of April I thought it was time to do my April favorites. I think I have a fun mix this month, so let’s get into it. Starting with beauty, the first thing is from my April Glam Bag from Ipsy, if you haven’t read that I’ll link it below, and it’s the bag itself. As far as design goes, this is the most fun bag they’ve done this month. It’s a red-orange ticket and I think it’s so perfect for this time of year. Fair season is coming up and if you’re like me and don’t really go to a lot of fairs this is perfect for spring/ summer. It will bring an element of color and fun to any outfit.

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Next we have the EM Cosmetics Illustrative Eyeliner with a brush tip. I’m always looking for a good eyeliner, especially liquid liner and I have found one in this. It’s quick drying, smudge proof, it lasts all day and it’s super easy to take off at the end of the day. For anyone looking, I would 100% recommend this.

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And lastly from my April Glam Bag is the Meg twin nail polish in Lovey Dovey. I’ve worn both the colors, I’m actually wearing the nudey one right now. I really like the formulation, the color comes through nicely and the staying power is great.

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Moving on, we have the Sephora Favorites Give Me Some Nude Lip kit. I will also link that post down below if you haven’t read it. I really like everything that’s in that kit. I have worn the Buxom Full on Lip Cream since then and I did like it. It smells amazing, and it lasts on your lips for a while. If I would change anything, I think it would be the color. This one is in White Russian, and I think it was a little bit light for me personally, but I would order any of their other colors.

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My next favorite is Easter. This year when my family got together we had a pretty chill day, watching baseball and playing games. But it was really nice and relaxing. And this is what I wore.

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And speaking of baseball, that’s my next favorite. Baseball season is here, we’re almost through the first month of the season. My Seattle Mariners are off to a slightly slow start, they’re 8-13 right now which isn’t too horrible, very easy to get to .500 from here. And they’re in the middle of a road trip right now. I think this is one of the most talented teams we’ve had in a little while. Everyone is wanting to hit, having good at bats, defense is great, and the thing that has excited me the most is how many guys we have stealing bases. For the last five years at least I’ve been saying that we need to steal more bases and it’s finally happening. For the most part they have really adopted the Whatever It Takes mentality and I’m excited about the rest of the season.

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Next up we have a food favorite. The other day I was looking through an ad that came in the mail for Fred Meyer or QFC and it was advertising a new flavor of the Snyder’s of Hanover Pretzel Pieces so I thought I would try them because I hadn’t yet and I love pretzels. When I got there they were sold out of the new flavors so I ended up buying the jalapeno ones and they were so good. When I opened the bag it instantly reminded me of the Tim’s Cascade chips, which I absolutely love. And they don’t hold back on the jalapeno flavor. Now I definitely want to try all of the other flavors.

And my last April favorite is The Bee Gees. Every couple of years the Grammy’s does a salute to a person or group who has been making music for a long time, they have other artists perform the honorees songs and at the end that person or group comes up and does a couple of their own songs. That I know of they’ve done Stevie Wonder and The Beatles, who I love very much, and this year it was The Bee Gees. I was pleasantly surprised at how many of their songs I knew, and since then I’ve been listening to their music regularly. And I very much want to sing with Barry Gibb, he’s amazing. If you’re not familiar with their music look them up on YouTube or iTunes, they’ve got some great songs.

That about wraps it up for this post. If we have any of the same favorites let me know and if not let me know what you’ve been loving this month.

Until next time, enjoy your favorites and I hope you’ve had a great April :).

-K

April Glam Bag:

https://kyranycoleblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/19/april-glam-unboxing/

Sephora Haul:

https://kyranycoleblog.wordpress.com/2017/04/07/sephora-haul/

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Racing in Texas

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Houston, Texas for the NHRA Spring Nationals. And what a race it was, there was no shortage of drama.

Starting with Top Fuel, the biggest news is that Shawn Langdon is back to racing with Kalitta Motorsports and Global Electronic Technology as a sponsor. And the ladder looked like this; #1 Clay Millican (3.72) vs #16 Steve Chrisman (5.76), #2 Antron Brown (3.72) vs #15 Terry Haddock (3.98), #3 Doug Kalitta (3.73) vs #14 Terry McMillen (3.89), #4 Steve Torrence (3.74) vs #13 Shawn Reed (3.86), #5 Brittany Force (3.74) vs #12 Troy Coughlin Jr (3.86), #6 Leah Pritchett (3.74) vs #11 Scott Palmer (3.83), #7 Bob Vandergriff (3.78) vs #10 Shawn Langdon (3.82) and #8 Tony Schumacher (3.78) vs #9 Troy Buff (3.81). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Clay Millican (3.72) and Tony Schumacher (3.75), Steve Torrence (3.74) and Troy Coughlin Jr (3.85), Antron Brown (3.75) and Bob Vandergriff (3.77), and Doug Kalitta (3.76) and Leah Pritchett (3.74). The semifinals were Clay Millican (3.78) vs Steve Torrence (3.75) and Antron Brown (3.76) vs Leah Pritchett (3.77). The finals featured Steve Torrence (3.76) and the Capco team and Leah Pritchett (3.77) and the Papa John’s team. With the winner being Leah Pritchett (3.78). This is Leah’s third win of the season.

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Courtney Force (3.85) vs #16 Jeff Diehl (11.83), #2 Ron Capps (3.88) vs #15 Todd Simpson (8.42), #3 John Force (3.89) vs #14 Del Worsham (4.13), #4 Robert Hight (3.89) vs #13 Jim Campbell (4.12), #5 Cruz Pedregon (3.89) vs #12 JR Todd (4.01), #6 Jack Beckman (3.90) vs #11 Matt Hagan (3.97), #7 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.93) vs #10 Jonnie Lindberg (3.96) and #8 Tim Wilkerson (3.94) vs #9 Alexis DeJoria (3.94). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Courtney Force (5.34) and Alexis DeJoria (3.92), Robert Hight (3.87) and JR Todd (3.95), Ron Capps (3.89) and Jonnie Lindberg (3.94) and John Force (4.21) and Jack Beckman (4.22). The semifinals were Courtney Force (3.94) vs Robert Hight (3.89) and Ron Capps (3.95) vs Jack Beckman (3.89). The finals featured Robert Hight (3.90) and the AAA team and Ron Capps (3.92) and the NAPA Auto Parts team. With the winner being Ron Capps (4.00). This is Ron’s first win of the season and he won it in old school Funny Car, on fire crossing the finish line, fashion. If you haven’t seen it yet definitely look it up on YouTube.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where with 13 cars, the ladder looked like this; #1 Jeg Coughlin (6.55), #2 Bo Butner (6.56) vs #13 Allen Johnson (6.64), #3 Greg Anderson (6.56) vs #12 Alan Prusiensky (6.62), #4 Erica Enders (6.57) vs #11 Richie Stevens (6.61), #5 Tanner Gray (6.57) vs #10 Alex Laughlin (6.61), #6 Jason Line (6.57) vs #9 Vincent Nobile (6.60) and #7 Drew Skillman (6.58) vs #8 Chris McGaha (6.59). The winners and who they could face in the second round were Jeg Coughlin (6.49) and Chris McGaha (6.56), Richie Stevens (6.58) and Tanner Gray (6.55), Bo Butner (6.52), and Greg Anderson (6.53) and Vincent Nobile (6.54). The semifinals were Jeg Coughlin (6.54) vs Tanner Gray (6.54) and Bo Butner (6.54) vs Greg Anderson (6.55). The finals featured Jeg Coughlin (6.55) and the Jegs team and Bo Butner (6.53) and the Jim Butner Auto team. With the winner being, on his eighth attempt, Bo Butner (6.55). This is Bo’s first career win. Besides Bo’s first win there was some fighting between Tanner Gray’s team and Alex Laughlin’s team, so if you want to see that it’s pretty much everywhere on the Internet right now.

The next race will be the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals, April 28-30 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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

-K

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April Glam Bag unboxing

Hi everyone,

Yesterday I received my April Glam Bag, so I thought today would be the perfect day to go through it. This month’s theme is Ipsy Side Show. I think when it comes to bag designs, this one is the most fun yet. It’s a red-orange bag in the shape of a ticket and I think that’s genius. Fair season is coming up so it’s the perfect bag for something like that.

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So starting with hair, the first thing in this bag is from Theorie. It’s a Marula Oil transforming hair serum. It’s supposed to moisturize, smooth, protect and repair hair. I usually don’t put oils in my hair, but I’m interested to try it out.

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Next we have a Hikari cream pigment eye shadow in the shade Honey Dew. This is such a gorgeous color. I swatched it yesterday and I think it’s going to be so pretty on.

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Moving on, from EM Cosmetics, we have their Illustrative Eyeliner with a brush tip. I’m actually wearing this today and I think it’s great. I’m always on the hunt for a good eyeliner and this one definitely gets an A from me.

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Going next to nail polish, from Meg, it’s their Twin nail polish in Lovey Dovey. The color on the left is gray with a purple undertone and it’s really pretty. I’ve got it on and I like it a lot. The formulation is really nice. The color on the right actually reminds me of how my coffee looks after I’ve added creamer. But I’m always looking for a good nude toned nail polish.

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And the last thing in this months bag is a brush. But not just any brush. It’s the Glamour Dolls x Lisa Frank Angle Brush. When I was growing up Lisa Frank was really big, all of my friends were decked out with notebooks, folders, stickers, the whole lot. I had a couple of things myself, so when I saw this brush it was a total childhood flashback. The whole design is great, the rose gold on the handle, the pink center of the brush itself. And on top of all that, this is now definitely one of the softest brushes I own.

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That about wraps it up for this post. If you guys got any of the same products in your April Glam Bags let me know and if not, let me know what you got in yours.

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

-K

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