Real Street Our boy Jay Meagher had been in a retirement of sorts from racing trying to grow his Real Street Performance. He had John O'Brien's coupe in the garage, and he had the engine combination as well. He just never was able to put together time and money to make a race. Plus, an extended vacation took up most of his summer, but when he returned he was ready to make a comeback, and boy did he ever! Though his first pass down the track didn't look great, he made adjustments. Still, he didn't have the quickest car in competition. However, what he did have was consistency. He ran in the 9.40s all of Sunday, which was enough to get past a struggling Tim Matherly in Round 1, Bruce Hemminger in Round 2, and Jim Breese in the final. Way to go, Jay.