Webber defeated Henderson’s Justin Lamb in the Super Pro final with a pass of 8.204 seconds at 158. 54 mph. Lamb was the No. 1 qualifier with a time of 7.493.
In the Pro class, Coulter knocked off Jon Irving of Henderson with a 12.007 pass at 112.10 mph in the final.
Tristan Craig of Henderson won the Sportsman title by defeating Jim Hulse of Porterville, Calif., with a 13.735 pass at 102.45 in the final. It was Craig’s second consecutive victory in the category.
Kahea Woods of Las Vegas defeated Leo Shaver of Las Vegas in the Motorcycle final for Woods’ second straight victory.
In Jr. Dragster competition, Trinity Howard of Las Vegas defeated Aaron Covington of Las Vegas in the Thunder final and Parker Theobald of St. George, Utah, defeated Josh Gagnon of Las Vegas in the Lightning final.
In West Coast Hot Rod Association competition, Saturday’s class winners were: Roger Holder, (True 10.5); Eric R. Gustafson (275); Dan Hale (Outlaw 8.5); Levi Hannah (Limited 10.5); Henderson’s Justin Lamb and North Las Vegas’ Jason Dawson (split in Top Comp); Mike Mutoz (Triple Index); Las Vegas’ Gary Oaks (Open Comp); and Bob Coulter of Las Vegas (WC Sportsman).
The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway will be dark this weekend, but racing resumes on Friday, May 16 with another installment of Mopar Midnight Mayhem. In local bracket racing, the E.T. Bracket Series and Jr. Dragsters will race Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18.