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Pat Stoken 69 Camaro RJ Race Cars

Pat Stoken and his team picked up this new Pro-Nitrous 1969 Camaro from RJ Race Cars, Inc. and went straight to the racetrack in Rockingham after only making about 5 test runs Piedmont, and qualified the first time out with their new car for one of the quickest fields in ADRL Pro Nitrous history with a run of 3.952 @ 190.35, and also made it to the quarter-finals on Saturday night.


 


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