The Outlaw Fuel Altered Association, presented by Lone Star Forklift, is a group of blown alcohol and nitro burning fuel altereds leading the nostalgia movement in the southwest. Our association has members from across the nation and includes many former AA/FA and AA/FC drivers from the defining years of drag racing. We put on the best show of heads-up, chicago style nostalgia drag racing anywhere in the country!
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Dawson's Dominance Secures 2016 OFAA Championship
The Outlaw Fuel Altered Association has had quite a year in its special 20th Anniversary season and the Championship battle, as in so many years past, came down to the elimination rounds of the final event to see who would be crowned king. Entering the OFAA Championship Finals contested at San Antonio Raceway on Saturday, October 22nd, Raymond Dawson's "High Octane" blown alcohol entry tuned by Danny Wright led the standings by just nine points. The "Sundown" nitro burning machine owned by Tom Wood and driven by Nick Poloson sat second and at their hometown race, looked to knock Dawson off his pedestal and claim the title in front of their hometown crowd. Those precious Lone Star Forklift points would be hard earned in this one as a nine car field was ready for action under the lights in Texas.
(Team "High Octane" - San Antonio Winners & 2016 Champions!)
In the final, Dawson took a massive starting line advantage and posted a 4.03 at 178 mph to defeat Buchanan's 3.75 at 191 mph which fell under the eliminations cap. What a weekend for Dawson and company who used consistently strong performances to claim victory at the final three events in a row, resulting in a very impressive 2016 Outlaw Fuel Altered Championship run. Congratulations to the entire team on a stellar effort. Poloson defended his second place position while Donny McSwain, Jimmy Jones and Mary Reep rounded out the top five finishers on the season.
Dawson Lands Second Straight Win
to Lead Points into OFAA Finals
The fifth of six Outlaw Fuel Altered Association points races was held Saturday, October 1st at North Star Dragway in Denton, Texas. The OFAA series, presented by Lone Star Forklift, welcomed eleven fuel altereds to the property. All eyes were on three particular drivers who found themselves in a heated Championship battle for the 2016 OFAA series title. Nick Poloson and team "Sundown" entered this event with just an eight point lead over Donny McSwain's "Wild One" entry. Our most recent winner, Raymond Dawson and team "High Octane" sat comfortably in third just three points behind McSwain as an eleven point gap separated the top three.
(Team "High Octane" - Denton Winners!)
Just past midnight, the finalists brought their engines to life and laid down the final long smoky burnouts of the night. The crew chiefs guided their drivers into the stage beams and walked away, it was all up to Dawson and Singleton now. At the flash of amber, Singleton took a slight starting line advantage but Dawson closed that gap quickly. At the stripe, Dawson's 3.93 at 170 mph took the win over Singleton's 4.35 as Dawson and company scored their second straight OFAA victory and will hold a precious nine point lead over Poloson with just one event remaining.
Dawson Scores First OFAA Win at Ardmore Dragway
The Outlaw Fuel Altereds held their fourth points race of the season at Ardmore Dragway on Saturday, September 3rd as the headliners of the 11th Annual Hot Rod Reunion. With just three races remaining in the season, the pressure was on the top runners as every point would prove crucial to the Lone Star Forklift points Championship chase. Entering the event, Nick Poloson and team "Sundown" held a fifteen point lead over Donny McSwain with Raymond Dawson rounding out the top three. A fierce field of eleven fuel altereds were in the house hungry for horsepower as the call went out for the first of two qualifying sessions under pleasant mid 90's temperatures and partly cloudy skies.
(Team "High Octane" - Ardmore Winners!)
In an all blown alcohol final, Dawson was looking to cap off a dream weekend and claim his first ever OFAA event win and earn as many points as possible as a contender for the 2016 OFAA Championship, while Reep was running very well and hungry for her first win of the season. Reep was ready at the line and blasted off with a huge advantage but quickly started spinning the tires. Dawson quickly closed the gap and was hooked up strong as he charged ahead to take the win with a 4.08 at 155 mph to Reep's aborted run of an 11.38. For Dawson this was a huge moment as his team celebrated their well-deserved and long overdue first OFAA event win! Congratulations to the entire "High Octane" team!
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