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2003 PRO World Street Finals

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Taylor Crowned Two-Peat Champion

PRO's sixth and final leg of the Cheap Street tour featured a large nine-car field. Jeremy Taylor once again qualified in the top spot with a 9.88 at 133 mph and later met number-three qualifier Jay Canella in the finals. Taylor took the holeshot start, but Canella crossed the stripe first with a 10.02 over Taylor's off-the-pace 10.69. Nevertheless, Taylor sealed the Cheap Street books for 2003 and will again defend the number-one title for another season. From all of us at Car Craft magazine, congratulations Jeremy.

Memphis, TN

Qualifying E.T.; MPH 1 Jeremy Taylor, Holt Summit, MO - 9.880; 133.84
2 Tim Hendricks, Sterling, IL - 10.058; 131.41
3 Jay Canella, Antioch, IL - 10.095; 130.10
4 Chris Russell, Bowling Green, KY - 10.158; 130.87
5 Nathan Mann, Little Rock, AR - 10.167; 129.84
6 Joe Paterno, Willowbrook, IL - 10.199; 128.48
7 Jimmy McDonagh, St. James, NY - 10.200; 128.64
8 Michael Lough, Oak Ridge, MO - 11.468; 117.58
9 Andy Legg, Baytown, TX - 21.178; 54.89

Finals E.T.; MPH

1 Jay Canella - 10.029; 132.18
2 Jeremy Taylor Holts - 10.692; 131.65

Final Cheap Street Points

1- Jeremy Taylor, 2,410
2 - Jay Canella, 1,795
3 - Jimmy McDonagh, 1,460
4 - Tim Hendricks, 1,325
5 - Stephen Legg, 730
6 - Chris Russell, 680
7 - Nathan Mann, 590
8 - Jeff Dean, 445
9 - Brandon Kerr, 415
10 - Joe Paterno, 320
11 - Keith Rudasill, 170
12 - Howard Spires, 155
13 - Michael Lough, 150

PRO National Records

Pro Street

E.T.: Pat Musi, 6.603
MPH: Randy Adler, 215.36

Super Street

E.T.: Kenny Bennett, 7.32
MPH: Joel Greathouse, 193.16

Nostalgia Pro Street

E.T.: Dale Pittman, 7.54
MPH: Rick Golobo, 182.70

Xtreme Street

E.T.: Troy Pirez, 8.40
MPH: Nick Rinehart, 165.33

Pro Stock

E.T.: Jake Holdrege, 9.10
MPH: Jake Holdrege, 150.50

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