Prather Racing Starts 2007 SCCA Season With Texas Wins

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (March 11, 2007) -- Prather Racing's Jesse and Kent Prather started off their respective 2007 seasons in grand fashion, each scoring a pair of wins at the March 10-11 double national race at Texas World Speedway.

Beginning his F Production title defense, Jesse wheeled his No. 34 Prather Racing Mazda Miata to two dominating wins on the 2.9-mile circuit. Jesse started both races from the pole and led flag-to-flag, battling two-time E Production pole winner Tom Thrash for the overall win on Sunday before Thrash's car suffered a mechanical failure. That left Jesse in the clear to win overall, beating not only the F Production field, but also the entire E Production field.

Six-time SCCA National Champion Kent started off his G Production season in grand fashion, scoring twin wins in the No. 26 Prather Racing/Moss Motors/Goodyear MG A, setting a new track record in the process. 

Bob Bramlage made the successful debut of Prather Racing's latest Mazda Miata, finishing third in the Sunday race. Andy Hauck helped make it a Prather 1-2-3 on Sunday's grid by qualifying second, between Prather and Bramlage.

Hauck also made the SCCA debut of his new Prather-tuned Porsche 911 GT3 in the GT-2 class, finishing second in Sunday's race.

The TWS wins, in addition to Eric Prill's MSR-Houston win in February, bring Prather Racing engines win total to five in six tries in 2007 SCCA National competition.

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