Thanks to his many friends in the South Central Division, Arkansas-based attorney Tim Snively has been a part of numerous winner’s circle celebrations, but he was able to celebrate a win of his own in Houston after driving to the Stock title. One round after ending Grubbs’ hopes for a double, Snively wheeled his I/SA ’85 Camaro to a final-round win over Brandon Bakies. After an even start, Snively claimed a narrow win with an 11.745 on his 11.73 dial. Bakies, in his F/SA Olds, was close behind with an 11.091 on his 11.07 dial. The difference at the stripe was just four-thousandths of a second. On his way to the final round, Snively faced a tough roster of contenders, including Brett Candies, multitime JEGS Allstars champion Slate Cummings, two-time world champion Austin Williams, Mike McMahan, and Grubbs. He managed to leave first in every round except for the final, where he was just .002-second behind Bakies.