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Castellana wins the first Pro Mod Four-Wide Nationals

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Speedtech Racing’s Mike Castellana has won the first J&A Service Pro Mod Racing’s NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMax Dragway in Concord, N.C. This was his first win of the season.

He defeated Troy Coughlin, Michael Biehle II and Jonathan Gray in the final round. Castellana had a 5.807 at 249.35 pass to get the win.

Mike Castellana (Photo by the NHRA)

Mike Castellana (Photo by the NHRA)

“I’ll tell ya, it was awesome,” Castellana said. “First time coming out here, you’re a little worried about how to drive and what’s going to happen. But when you got a team like I do, it just makes everything go real smooth.”

This was the third Pro Mod race of the season. However, this is his second career final round.

Castellana’s first career win came at the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals on June 19, 2016 in Bristol, TN.

Castellana is the points leader with 286 points. Coughlin is second, as he has 223 points. Steven Whiteley — who was eliminated in the semi-finals — is third with a 197 points.

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