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Million Winner

Over Kill Motorsports enjoys big success at the Million
 

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Mitch Clary knows a good investment when he sees one so when he had an opportunity to back rising E.T. bracket racing star John Ezell during last week’s Mickey Thompson Tires Million Dollar Drag Race, it was too good to pass up. Clary posted Ezell’s $2,000 entry fee into the Million Dollar main event, and posted the $500 buy-back so Ezell could re-enter the event after a round one loss. In the end, Clary’s foresight paid big dividends after Ezell went the distance, defeating a field of 337 entries to win the $325,000 top prize.
 
Throughout nine grueling rounds of eliminations, Clary watched in anticipation as Ezell drove his dragster past some of the toughest competition in the world of sportsman drag racing. Near midnight, Ezell reached the final round and went on to defeat Jason Lynch to win the prestigious event. The winner’s circle celebration was animated and unrestrained and Clary was right in the middle of it.
 
“This was so cool to be a part of,” said Clary, who operates Over Kill Motorsports in his hometown of Jacksonville, Fla. Over Kill is a leading retailer of motor homes, trailers, and custom golf carts. “I’ve had a chance to watch Johnny race and I’ve seen his talents develop. I know he’s great, but you still need a little luck to win one of these big races and he had it today. It’s amazing how it all worked out. He’s a great kid with a bright future and I couldn’t be prouder of him.”
 
Clary arrived at the Million with a specific game plan to double-enter his own two Over Kill Motorsports dragsters in the main event with his primary drivers, Troy Williams Jr. and Andre Nunez. Clary opted to change that plan on the fly when one of his cars developed a small, but potentially troublesome issue.
 
“We decided to park my blue and orange Phantom Race Cars dragster,” said Clary. “It wasn’t an easy decision because that is my favorite race car. It’s the car we call ‘Fancy’. It has won several $50,000 races and five NHRA national events with three different drivers. It’s the car that put Over Kill on the map, but I talked with Troy and Andre on Saturday morning and we just didn’t feel like the car was strong enough to be in the Million. It just wasn’t the right tool for the job. We decided to look for other opportunities and that’s when we made the deal with Johnny Ezell. I have to give a lot of credit to my drivers for sacrificing an entry, but they are the best at what they do and if they’re not comfortable with the car, I’m going to listen to them.”
 
Clary and Williams canvased the vast expanse of the Montgomery Motorsports Park pit area to find another driver to enter in the main event. Out of more than 650 possible choices, they quickly settled on Ezell, who was originally planning to enter just one of his two dragsters.
 
“One of the first people we talked to is Johnny,” Clary said. “I think he’s come a long way as a racer and he’s a great person. I thought he gave us the best chance to win. He’s got two dragsters and we debated a little bit over which one to back, but Troy finally said, ‘You know if you don’t do this deal he’s going to win the race and you’ll be kicking yourself.’ He was right.”
 
While Clary was obviously thrilled to earn a share of the largest payday in drag racing, he’s also happy to help Ezell further his career, and to promote the Over Kill Motorsports brand.
 
“It’s great to win some money but the greater feeling is helping a kid achieve his dream and win the biggest race in bracket racing,” Clary said. “For me, that’s a much bigger payoff. I like being able to help others. My father and I built Over Kill Motorsports around racing and we’re always eager to give back to those who have supported us. We also have a number of great sponsors including Mickey Thompson Tires, Wiseco Pistons, FTI Transmissions, VP Race Fuels, Comp Cams, Quick Fuel Carburetors, King Bearings, Lunati,  Nitrous Outlet,  Milodon, Simpson and ISC Racers Tape . Lastly, I would like to thank my entire staff at Over Kill for their hard work that allows me to enjoy time away from the business to be at events such as The Million. This was a weekend that I’ll never forget.”
 

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About Over Kill Motorsports: Over Kill Motorsports was established as a family business by the father and son team of Mitch and Mitchell Clary in 2009. It was a humble beginning for the Clary’s, who started the business out of their backyard in Jacksonville, Fla. Through years with hard work, dedication, and commitment to excellent service, the Clary’s earned the loyalty and support of their customers. Over Kill has since become an industry leader among motor coach, race trailer, and custom golf cart retailers both in the United States and abroad. Over Kill is also a proud supporter of numerous drag racing teams including Top Fuel champion Clay Millican, Pro Stock Rookie Tanner Grey, and the successful sportsman racing duo of brothers Gary and Troy Williams Jr. Over Kill is also the Co-Founder of the American Outlaws Racing Series.
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PRI Trade Show

Come visit with your friends from Over Kill and experience the latest in motorsports technology, ideas and new business opportunities. Join the world's top racing professionals and over 1,100 exhibiting companies at:

The Performance Racing Industry Trade Show

Indianapolis Convention Center

Indianapolis, Indiana

December 7-9, 2017.

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