Dillon Voss met up against Rob Briscoe in an Outlaw 632 heavy-hitter match-up. Briscoe had just run a 4.48 the previous round, so it shaped up to be a barn-burner. Unfortunately for Briscoe, he had troubles at the start, and the race was over pretty quick, with Voss taking the win.
Snowbird Outlaw Nationals at Bradenton Motorsports Park!
Video made by
WAY Motorsports Productions
Personal video for Voss Racing and Voss Racing Engines, more coming soon.
Video and media coverage by:
WAY Motorsports Productions
Voss Racing Engines sponsored the Outlaw 632 class.
All donations went to
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Orlando.
"If you look at up and coming engine builders like Cory Voss at Voss Racing Engines. It's nice to see the next generation of engine builders not only doing power adder builds, but also trying to innovate in the n/a world as well. It's the best thing we can hope for if we want to see performance continue to improve."
"In a world where we don’t always see family as a strong foundation, the Voss family is showing the drag racing community that family is still the foundation that makes work and play enjoyable. It seems to us that the Voss family is a shining example on how we keep drag racing strong."
As twin brothers, Dillon and Cory Voss are used to sharing pretty much everything, including time in the driver’s seat. Now these 26-year-olds are sharing the limelight of this year’s 30 Under 30 list.
The duo gained local notoriety with success in the Florida-based Outlaw 632 Series. When PDRA picked up the class in 2016, Voss Racing jumped on board with Cory tuning and Dillon driving the Suncoast Racecars-built Corvette. The team took time to restructure their program at the beginning of this year and it paid off. They won three of the four events for PDRA Outlaw 632, commandingly coming home with the 2017 world championship. - Drag Illustrated
Defending Pro Outlaw 632 world champion Dillon Voss will make his Extreme Pro Stock debut at the PDRA Super Strip Nationals, July 19-21, at National Trail Raceway near Columbus, Ohio. Dillon Voss, backed by twin brother and crew chief Cory Voss, will drive Enoch Love’s 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier starting in Ohio.
Racing for the first time as an official PDRA professional category, Pro Outlaw 632 is led by defending world champion Dillon Voss in his Suncoast Race Cars-built Voss Racing Engines ’17 Corvette. Tuned by twin brother Cory, Voss ripped off a 4.225 at 169.10 in the final session.
This unique category boasting 800+ cubic inch engines will bring a new level of entertainment to an already action-packed event. Drivers expected to participate in the exhibition include John Montecalvo, Trevor Eman, John Konigshofer, Brad Waddle, Dwayne Rice, John DeFlorian, Elijah Morton and Dillon Voss.