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Daddy Dave wins second Great 8 in New England

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star “Daddy Dave” Comstock had put himself in the thick of the points standings after just one day. He had a special day on Friday in Epping, New Hampshire.

He won two Great 8 races at New England Dragway. On Friday night, he defeated Scott “Scooter” Taylor in the final round.

Street Outlaws No Prep Kings star Daddy Dave Comstock's Goliath in the parking lot of a dragstrip
Daddy Dave Comstock’s Goliath in the parking lot of a dragstrip (Photo by Daddy Dave/Facebook)

“Daddy Dave” picked up 20 points towards the invitational for the win. Taylor also received 10 points for his runner-up.

Comstock has received 40 points on the day. Earlier in the day, he defeated Ryan Martin during the postponed race from Maple Grove Raceway.

The Great 8 in Mohnton, Pennsylvania was only able to get through two races in Amish Country. Martin defeated Jerry Bird in the first race before he began to lose control of his vehicle and nearly hit the wall.

Then, in the second race, Justin Swanstrom defeated “Super Dave” Adkins. The Florida native experienced a fire midway through the pass.

Then, towards the top end, Adkins rear-ended Swanstrom. This caused extensive damage to Prenup.

As a result of rain on Saturday, the rest of the Great 8 was moved to New Hampshire.

Daddy Dave went from being tied for seventh with 50 points coming into this weekend. Now, he’s tied for second in the points with 90.

He is tied with Martin with 90 points after he finished as the runner-up earlier on Friday.

Jerry Bird is the points leader with 110 points.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 11 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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