Late Model Camaro Smokes Out Competition in San Antonio, Texas

Bayou Boyz Slate Cummings parked his Moser Engineering backed late model Camaro in the San Antonio Raceway winners circle after owning the IHRA Division 4 Summit Pro-Am Series event. Cummings defeated Terry Emmons in the Stock Eliminator final.
Slate Cummings at San Antonio Raceway
Slate Cummings at San Antonio Raceway
Cummings nearly duplicated that feat in his dragster, but mechanical problems ended hopes of a double victory in the final round. The Hammond, Louisiana resident is a former IHRA World Champion in both Top Dragster and Super Stock.

Bayou Boyz late model Camaro
Bayou Boyz  late model Camaro
After Cummings rolled through the Stock Eliminator field, he advanced past combatants in the Super Stock class. In the opening four rounds, his worst reaction time was a .014 as he advanced past Cody Blackmon and Terry Emmons.

Cummins was ready for a double victory but his car did not cooperate. As he started for the final, his Moser Engineering Grand Am rocked back out of the stage beams with an automatic red light.

“Two final rounds is a great way to start the season,” said Cummings. “Bayou Boyz Racing has ten cars. We use K&N Engineering air and oil filters on all our vehicles. With K&N we’re faster and very consistent and the filters never give us a problem.”

Follow the progress of the Bayou Boyz throughout the racing season at the K&N news site. Find K&N products for your vehicle using the K&N application search then use the K&N dealer search to find a K&N dealer in your part of the world.

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