Lamb says his new Racetech Race Cars dragster is one of the most consistent race cars he has ever owned or raced.
"What a great way to start the season," declared 23-year-old Justin Lamb after branding his mark on 2011 in his very first race. The K&N sponsored driver took a double victory at the NHRA Division 7 National Open at his home track, The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. But that was so eight days ago, as Lamb followed that up with another win in the Competition Eliminator Category at the Lucas Oil Division 7 race in Chandler, Arizona. Let's count together shall we, that's his third Wally in three different classes in three different race cars. He also qualified number one with his updated Madcap engine.
The 2010 Cobra Jet Ford Mustang was a winner for Justin Lamb in his very first race of the season.
"We've worked real hard all winter to make all of these cars fast and competitive. It's nice to see it begin to pay dividends so quickly," remarked Lamb. Just like any off season we rebuilt all of the Lamb Motor Sports from front to rear. We rebuild all of the engines and update all of their components, as well as rebuild all of the working parts of the race cars."
To see the full write-up got to:Lamb Motorsports - Three Wins, Three Classes, in Three Separate Cars, in Eight Days