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After back to back PDRA quarter final losses from the number two and three qualifying positions, Grothus Dragbikes headed into the last race of the first half of the season with high hopes of going rounds & collecting valuable championship points. GDB rolled through the gates Friday morning & quickly setup for round one of qualifying. With ten bikes on the property, GDB knew getting off to a good start could be crucial in securing a spot in the always tough 8 bike PDRA field.
Q1 Brunson squared off with current points leader Ronnie Smith & Brunson led from start to finish stopping the clocks with a solid 4.115 to put him in the number two position. After leaking the bike down & not being happy with the ............
Grothus Dragbikes entered their “home race” at U.S. 131 Motorsports Park in Martin, MI, (just a short 315 mile jaunt from Davenport, IA) in the number two points position & looking to carry some momentum heading into the hot summer months. After shaking down “Canadian Express 2.0” owned by GDB supporter Jean Gosselin of Gosselin Motorsports on Thursday, it was “Ed Honcho’s” turn for first round of qualifying early Friday afternoon. With a new slick on the back of Honcho, Brunson made an A-B lap of 4.19 to put him in the number 9 position of the 10 bikes on the property & currently not qualified for the 8 bike field.
After making a few changes, GDB pushed up to the lanes for ............
Budds Creek, MD
Coming into the event in the #2 points position & fresh off a PXM win at the King of the Crown less than two weeks prior, Grothus Dragbikes had high aspirations when pulling through the gate early Friday morning. After a quick setup from the “Assault Vehicle,” GDB pushed up to the lanes at the spotless Maryland International Raceway for qualifying session number one. Brunson was the last pair of the session alongside points leader Rodney Williford of Williford Racing. Both Brunson & Rodney clicked off a pair of side by side 4.11s for the number 8 & 9 respective qualifying positions after session one. After reviewing the run download & making a few adjustments, Brunson improved to a 4.075 to move .........
Coming off a season opening runner-up finish in the Professional Drag Racing Association, Grothus Dragbikes headed to Huntsville Dragway for the 2018 King of the Crown. In addition to Brunson racing "Ed Honcho" in Pro Extreme Motorcycle & "The Governor" in 4.60, Multi-time National Champion & owner of Klemme Performance Motorcycle (KPM), Tom Klemme made the trip for his 2018 debut in Top Gas (5.10 index). Tom started off the race weekend & Friday afternoon test session by making several laps on his "Sweet Potato" 1570 Suzuki GS gathering valuable data & making minor adjustments to dial into the 5.10 index. While Tom was busy wearing out the right lane groove, Brunson made a couple hits on GDB.........
If you were to ask GDB multi-class rider, Brunson Grothus, if backing up a title is harder than getting the first one, he would most likely say yes. Since Brunson won his first Mancup Pro Comp and Pro ET titles back in 2013 at Bradenton Motorsports Park, he had been unable to put his name back on any national championship trophy, that was until a week ago.
The Manufacturers' Cup World Finals was really an exceptional event for the Pro-Mod bikes, and the performances seen all the way from first round of qualifying to the final round of competition was nothing short of mind boggling. Almost all of today's heavy hitters were in attendance other than the Canadian duo of Terry Schweigert and Burke Forester; all of the Mancup regulars ...
The latest addition to the Grothus Dragbikes line of apparel is now available for purchase. These new, pro-mod themed shirts feature the Indocil Art painted, Grothus Dragbikes built pro-mod dragbike ridden by Brunson Grothus on the front. The 2nd Grothus Dragbikes pro-mod dragbike, "Lucy", ridden by 'Showboat' Shane Eperjesi is featured on the back.
The shirts are available in either heather grey or black. Be sure to make your purchase today while they are at a reduced price as part of an introductory sale. Use code SAVE10 at checkout to receive an additional 10% off.
Grothus Dragbikes would like to congratulate Brad Mummert and Richard Gadson on their record setting Pro Street Nitrous "Old Skool" Suzuki GS performances this past weekend at the IDBL (International Drag Bike League) race in Maryland!
Mummert's "Old Skool" bike has the GDB billet throttle set/switch bracket, GDB quick access GS clutch cover and PMFR by GDB countershaft sprocket helping achieve the monumental 6.733 elapsed time record! The 6.733 lap rocketed the duo to #5 on the G.O.A.T list!
Grothus Dragbikes will be making its first appearance to the IDBL this July and will have the same components helping make this record setting performance available on the Manufacturer's Midway.&......
With an incredibly busy off-season just behind them, Grothus Dragbikes (GDB) entered the first race of the Manufacturer’s Cup tour at South Georgia Motorsports Park with 3 GDB team bikes and the Canadian-based Gosselin Motorsports, Grothus Dragbikes built, pro-open dragbike ready for a 3-day race weekend.
Youngest GDB team rider, Brody Grothus, entered the weekend aboard the freshly re-assembled “Big Brother” Race Visions Kawasaki. After shaking down the new combination, Brody qualified well in the 43 bike Super Comp field and made it down to 12 bikes on race day before being eliminated. The rookie rider also went multiple rounds in Pro-ET throughout the weekend gaining valuable seat time.
Now is the chance for you to purchase the newest GDB product available - the Legacy Series 18" Front Wheel:
After an almost three-year absence from the sport of drag racing, the American Drag Racing League (ADRL) made its return and hosted one race in preparation of a full eight race series in 2017. On November 4th, the ADRL rolled into Gateway Motorsports Park in Madison, IL and hosted none other than Dragstock XI. After winning the last ADRL Pro Extreme Motorcycle (PXM) race in the 2013 season in Houston, TX, Brunson and the rest of the Grothus Dragbikes crew were excited to make their return to the ADRL.
In the chilly November conditions with a track temp near the 70 degree mark, GDB rolled their PXM out of the trailer and put their A to B tune-up in it and made a silky smooth 4.12 lap at 172 mph to go to the top of the field ahead of the .........
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