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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Doug Cook (nicknamed “Cookie") is an American drag racer.[1]

Cook started in gassers, with a win in C/G at Detroit Dragway in Detroit, Michigan, in 1959.[2] Driving a small-block V8-powered 1937 Chevrolet, he recorded a pass of 13.17 seconds at 105.88 mph (170.40 km/h).[3]

He took a win in C/GS at Detroit Dragway in 1960, in a Chevrolet-powered 1941 Willys gasser. He recorded a pass of 12.89 seconds at 119.36 mph (192.09 km/h).[4] Because this was a C/GS class win, this was not, strictly, a repeat win.

In 1962, driving the Stone-Woods-Cook Oldsmobile-powered 1941 Willys gasser, Cook won A/GS at the NHRA Nationals at Indianapolis Raceway Park Park]] in Indianapolis, Indiana.[5] He recorded a pass of 10.59 seconds at 136.77 mph (220.11 km/h).[6]

At the 1965 NHRA Nationals, held at Indianapolis Raceway Park, 1941 Willyses driven by (the Stone-Woods-Cook gasser, sponsored by Isky Cams, now powered by a Chrysler hemi) and Dick Bourgeois (owned by "Big John" Mazmanian, sponsored by Engle Cams) faced off in A/GS.[7] Cook took the win with a slow pass of 14.20 seconds at 116.53 mph (187.54 km/h).[8]

Cook also drove the Stone-Woods-Cook AA/GS 1966 Mustang Dark Horse Too.[9]

Stone-Woods-Cook abandoned A/GS for Top Fuel Funny Car by the start of the 1967 season.[10]

Notes

  1. ^ Davis, Larry. Gasser Wars (Cartech, 2003), pp.181, 182, 184, & 187.
  2. ^ Davis, p.181.
  3. ^ Davis, p.181.
  4. ^ Davis, p.181.
  5. ^ Davis, p.182.
  6. ^ Davis, p.182.
  7. ^ Taylor, Thom. "Gone Gassers", p.9; Davis, p.184.
  8. ^ Davis, p.184.
  9. ^ Davis, p.187.
  10. ^ Taylor, p.9.

Sources

  • Taylor, Thom. "Gone Gassers" in Hot Rod, March 2017, p. 9.
  • Davis, Larry. Gasser Wars, North Branch, MN: Cartech, 2003, pp. 181, 182, 184, & 187.


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