OK its in the bag, its done for another year (actually not some of the fellas stated wrenching again already). Now this is going to take a minute for you to read so bear with me please. This year there was an unofficial rule that you must make the last pass to win the cup. There were two cars that were the most obvious contenders for the cup, both made 10 second passes and both men were pretty serious about getting their name of the cup. Now here is the rub, the man who's car was consistently the fastest all day did not make the last pass. He tried but an electrical problem left him stranded. Actually there were several people who offered to push him down the track (only at the HAMB Drags right?) but it was determined that this was going to make a lot of sedan/coupes wait in the heat. So it was simply not going to happen. The man in question deferred to the other contender as he did not make the last pass. Now here is where things get interesting. Hang on to your hat. JHO who pushed his Blown FE powered A coupe into the 10s for the first time was the next in line and there were only a few tenths between the two. Jason stepped up. There was a discussion between the two (not heated I may add) and it was determined between the two (yes the cup actually belongs to the contenders not me) that this year the official winner of the Yay-Hoo Cup is @raven in his T framed small block not blown '27 T roadster. The official recorded time between the two is JHO 10.82 and raven 10.62. It was tight and I got an idea that there may very well be a grudge match looming on the horizon, we'll have to wait for that.