Stevie “Fast” Jackson wraps Up 2019 E3 Pro Mod Series championship #NHRA_NationalsNovember 8, 2019
Three years into his career in the E3 Spark Plugs NHRA Pro Mod series, Stevie “Fast” Jackson delivers on his promise to win a championship.
Already the sport’s best drag radial racer, Jackson boldly promised to take the fight to NHRA’s best Pro Mod racers, and made it clear that he’d be satisfied with nothing less than a championship.
Jackson went on to defeat Steven Whiteley in the Pro Mod final.
Okay, I might cry,” said an obviously emotional Jackson.
Sheikh Abdullah [Bahrain1 team owner] said we were going to put together a team to go after the championship and that’s what we’ve done.”
Jackson against raced Tutterow in the final and quickly made amends for his loss in Gainesville.
In his 34 racers in NHRA competition, Jackson has won seven times, but none of them were as meaningful as his Topeka victory last June.
“Billy was extremely close to his father and watching him go through the emotional rollercoaster over the last week, I knew this would be important to him coming off such a tragedy in his life.
That could have been a costly error but the damage was minimized when Tutterow lost a round later.
Jackson put the title nearly out of reach after his runner-up finish at the AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals in St. Louis.
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