1320 Fabrication ET Series presented by East Coast Collision Finale


October 19th, 2023

   Story courtesy of:  MIR



MECHANICSVILLE, MARYLAND (October 19, 2023) Ė The final points weekend for the 1320 Fabrication ET Series presented by East Coast Collision is just around the corner October 28th-29th. While Saturday's ET race may have boosted purses of $7,500 for Top ET, $3,500 for Mod ET, and $750 for Junior Dragster, all eyes will turn to Sunday at the Ring for the Queen and the track Championships are all still up for grabs!


1) 6X57 Ray Snoots 702

2) 1X87 Danny Mattera 630
3) 1X55 Robbie Parlett 621
4) 6X02 Jason Kirby 301
5) 1X13 Joe Martin 571
6) WX30 David Whitesell Jr 551
7) MX27 Jeff Groat 540
8) ZX72 Mickey Nelson 520
9) SX12 Adriana Sullivan 510
10) 4X78 Wayne Palmer 500

Ray Snoots has had a career year in Top ET with his Mike Bos Chassis Dragster. He has two points win in 2023 and has also added multiple other wins in different events this year. After a catastrophic motor failure at the Bracket Finals event at Keystone Raceway, Snoots was back up and running by the start of the Supercharger Showdown and is ready to clinch his first ever track championship. Directly behind him are the always tough Danny Mattera, 3x Top ET Champion Robbie Parlett, and 2019 Champion Jason Kirby who are all still within striking distance of Snoots.



1) 6X22 Stephen Cross Jr 652

2) 7X84 Keven Yates 583
3) 4X06 Steve Cross Sr 581
4) BX43 Chad Burch 570
5) 2X68 Bradley Tippet 531
  1X02 AJ Jenkins 531
7) 5X3X Louie Estevez 530
8) 2X62 Bobby Mattera 520
  6X02 Jason Kirby 520
  PX93 Darren Payne 520

Stephen Cross Jr has been on top of the points in Mod ET all year long after winning the second race of the season. He has had a strong and consistent year as he chases his first Mod ET Championship at MIR. Keven Yates has been on a hot streak the last couple of events and is looking to try to chase down Cross Jr along with Cross Jrís father, Steve Cross Sr. And donít count out former Mod ET Champions Chad Burch, Bradley Tippet, and AJ Jenkins..


Junior Dragster

1) DX07 Peyton Bunch 862


2) 625X Brandon Mattera 861
3) 367X Jessi Tayman 721
4) 158X Hailey Pumphrey 700
5) 168X Gillian Mattera 661
6) 11ZX Zach Parlett 660
7) 116X Jordan Denny 641
8) 815X Calvin Weaver 640
  851X Shane Dailey 640
  769X Austin Keys 640

This Championship fight may come down to the final pairing on Sunday. Peyton Bunch has been extremely consistent in 2023 and held a commanding lead until Brandon Mattera turned on the jets and became the hot hand in the ET Series managing to make up a almost 100 point difference to catch Bunch going into the final race weekend. One point separate these two as we have another exciting Hubble Motorsports Junior Dragster Championship bout going into the finale.

Mike Nelson Jr (Top ET) and Austin Keys (J/D) lead all drivers with four Diamond Points going into the final weekend. Since the programís inception in 2005, Top ET drivers have won the ring a total of eleven times, and only one Junior Dragster driver has ever won the Ring for the Queen. That Junior Dragster driver was Nick Chiles in 2007. Austin Keys could be the second Junior Dragster racer to pull off the impressive feat if he can manage to get to six Diamond Points before Nelson Jr or any other driver who still has a shot. Jason Kirby (Mod ET), Louie Estevez (Mod ET), Mike Gardiner (Mod ET), Adriana Sullivan (Mod ET), and Abigail Norment (J/D) have three diamond points each. Ten Top ET drivers, six Mod ET drivers, and three Junior Dragster drivers have two diamond points each. Fourteen drivers in Top ET, eight in Mod ET, and fourteen with the Hubble Motorsports Junior Dragsters have one Diamond Point each.

Good luck to all of our drivers still in the championship hunt and we will see you at the 1320 Fabrication ET Series presented by East Coast Collision Finale!