@TNTSuperSeries • (January 31, 2016) Paul Young from Alden, New York earned his second Joe’s Transmission TNT Super Series Championship in 2015 with a dominating performance.
Winning his first TNTSS championship in 2009, Young is only the second driver to win multiple TNTSS titles. And he did it in style again in 2015, making his way to no less than four final round appearances.
Young started the season with a win at Lancaster in May. Then he gave up the points lead briefly but came back strong with a runner-up and a semi-final finish at Cayuga in June to put him back atop the leader board.
Another runner-up at Cayuga in late July and he was opening up the gap back to second place. Add to that a win at the Saturday night TNTSS bonus race during Empire’s Pro Am and his lead was never challenged after that.
“I would like to thank the entire Boniferro family, the whole TNT Super Series family, Ted Barnes and Jim Thomson,” said Young. “Also our sponsors Dale Cubic of CFM Carburetors, Al Linsey for all his help and Emerald Concrete.”
Young walked away with a cash and prize package worth over $4000 for his efforts. “There are so many supporters of this series. I can’t thank them enough for everything they do for sportsman drag racing!”
“I want to thank Jamie Stoneman and Chris VanBaalen for their help at the second race in Cayuga. We were struggling with a suspension issue and those guys helped us make the round call. Otherwise things may have turned out very different!”
Paul Young – photog Neffke Motorsports PhotographyHe mentioned how this was a special year and how they had a great time with all the TNTSS racers. “I also would like to thank Rob, Dom, Ken, Jody, Amy, the Halleens and I have to say a special thank you to my wife Mary, my dad and my mom for all they do!”
The 1966 Ford Fairlane has a 550cid Ford for power making just over 900 hp and is capable of 8.91 at 148 mph.
For more on the most competitive sportsman drag racing series in the country and to learn how you can get involved, visit www.tntsuperseries.com .
About the Joe’s Transmission TNT Super Series (TNTSS):
Since it began in 2006, the TNT Super Series has grown into one of the strongest, most competitive sportsman drag racing series in North America and has catapulted many competitors to success on the national and divisional stages.
The TNTSS is a self-governing organization with input from its teams. Based on NHRA’s Super Street & IHRA’s Hot Rod classes, competitors run on a 10.90 index in the 1/4 mile (7.00 in the 1/8 mile) and race for a guaranteed purse that pays back more than 100% of the racer’s entry fees. The yearend points fund provides cash & prizes to the top eight finishers and the Series Champion receives a prize package worth over $4000.00.
The TNTSS is committed to providing the highest level of competition backed by solid media support to showcase its participants across North America. Events are contested at various drag racing facilities in southern Ontario and western New York and put on a spectacular show for the drag racing fan.
About Joe’s Transmission
Joe Boniferro has owned and operated Joe’s Transmission Service in Niagara Falls, Ontario since 1984. From the original single bay location, the business has progressed to a six bay, five employee automotive complex on Arthur Street. The two storey building houses Joe’s Transmission (Commercial, Fleet and Performance Divisions) and Al’s Radiator Service. They sell and install aftermarket high performance parts and accessories. As a Firestone Dealer they sell and install drag racing tires. Their specialty is building and repairing high performance transmissions. Contact Joe and his team at (905) 374-6116 or visit them online at www.joestransmission.com .
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Lewis Robinson/ TNTSS – Media Relations
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