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ATI Sponsored Chris Rini Takes Another Record!

At the 8th Annual NMCA Muscle Car Nationals in Reading, PA this past weekend, the Chris Rini Racing Team was prepared to take their second win of the season in the Pro Street class. The 2007 Dodge Stratus powered by a 747ci Charlie Buck motor qualified in the number 2 position on Friday night with a 6.22 @ 227mph, setting the bar high enough to send the other drivers back to their trailers to search for some more power.

With a small engine complication on Saturday, Rini was unable to make any further qualifying attempts. Luckily with such a great first qualifying pass on Friday night, no more passes were necessary to keep Chris in the number 2 spot.

With threatening weather on the way, Sunday eliminations got underway ahead of schedule. Chris was paired with John Sullivan in the first round. Sullivan's supercharged Stratus was no match for Chris's nitrous Hemi power. Rini laid down a 6.21 at a record setting 230mph. With that number, Chris's ATI SuperGlide 4 equipped Stratus now holds the record for the fastest pass ever made with a powerglide in the NMCA.

As Chris went into the second round he had a bye run. Unfortunately while taking his run the car had a small engine fire at the top end of the race track. Thankfully Chris was not injured, but the car was not as fortunate. Chris and crew worked as hard as they could during a much needed rain delay, but were unable to get the car back to racing condition and were eliminated from competition.

Congratulations to Chris Rini & crew on achieving another record in 2010.

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