Mopr Nationals Denver Colorado

July 12-15, 2007

MORRISON, Colo. --

Top Fuel points leader "Hot Rod" Fuller handled teammate Whit Bazemore in Sunday's final of the 28th annual Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals at Bandimere Speedway to win for the second time this year.
In Funny Car, "Fast Jack" Beckman did the same thing, beating his Don Schumacher Racing teammate Ron Capps to claim his first Wally of 2007.

Pro Stock victor Allen Johnson and Pro Stock Motorcycle points leader Matt Smith joined them in the winner's circle.

Bazemore got the jump on Fuller in the Top Fuel final, leaving with a .077-second start to Fuller's .106-second launch. But Fuller had passed his stablemate before they crossed the halftrack timers and went on to win with a 4.683 at 312.93 mph in his Wagner CAT dragster to Bazemore's 4.770 at 308.35 mph in the Matco Tools rail.

"There's something about this win. It's almost like it makes me feel legit," Fuller said of his fifth career victory. "We're still looking for a full-time sponsor and we're down a couple of crew guys and probably don't have all the parts we need in reserve, but we're still one of the quickest cars every round."

The POWERade Series standings now show Fuller 144 points ahead of Larry Dixon, who moved into second place earlier in the day. Bazemore moved into the Countdown to the Championship field and is now in a tie for seventh place overall.

Neither driver had lane choice in the semifinals but Bazemore got past Tony Schumacher and Fuller outlasted Larry Dixon.

Beckman earned lane choice with his huge semifinal win over a red-lighting John Force and that might have made the difference in the final as his Mail Terminal Services Dodge Charger R/T was able to creep away from Capps' Brut Test Drive Dodge Charger to take the win with a 4.932 at 312.86 mph to Capps' 5.001 at 307.86 mph.

"I think our car and our team should have won three races by now," Beckman said. "I replaced Whit Bazemore over here and the guy, I mean tomorrow he could get back in a Funny Car and be one of the top three drivers in the class. I'm on a steep learning curve and I've definitely been the weakest link so to get our first win of the year is huge."

Combined with second-place points earner Robert Hight's unlikely loss to Scott Kalitta in the quarterfinals, Capps was able to pad his Funny Car points lead to 154 with his sixth final-round showing of the year. Beckman padded his seventh-place perch in the Countdown rankings as he now leads eighth-place Cruz Pedregon by 90 markers. Given up for a dead a few races ago, 14-time champion Force is just 16 points behind Pedregon in ninth place.

Johnson has four other Pro Stock wins to his credit but this one might be the most meaningful. Earlier this year Johnson's father Roy, who builds his motors, suffered two heart attacks at the Phoenix event. Amazingly, he returned to work three days later. Sunday his motor carried his son through a 7.132-second pass at 192.47 mph that was good enough for the win.

"Everything you can do, we've done this weekend," Johnson said. "You couldn't ask for more. That one race in Phoenix was a set-back for all of us but Dad's come back better than ever and we've been a win waiting to happen ever since.

"We've tested our butts off and the guys have put in some real long hours at the shop. I feel like we've come together as a team. Going into the final we knew Ron would be tough because they'd been running strong all day. We might have got a break because I only went 192 so we probably wounded our motor, but Ron broke a transmission early on so we got the win."

The POWERade standings now show Johnson in fourth place. His final round record improved to 5-6, while Krisher fell to 5-8 with a trophy on the line.

Smith pushed his lead in Pro Stock Motorcycle to triple digits after running the table in Denver -- racing from the No. 1 qualifying position to the victory circle on his Torco/Skull Gear S&S Buell V-Twin. It was his second win of the year in six final-round showings.

This one was over at the starting line when U.S. Army racer Angelle Sampey left early by -.047 seconds to disqualify herself. Smith raced through the scoreboards with a 7.400 at 177.81 mph just to be sure.

"I had to get a monkey off my back," Smith said. "We have been getting to the finals but we couldn't finish the deal it seemed like. We've had parts failures that have cost us a couple of wins at least. We broke a piston in Round 1 but luckily Mike Berry had red-lit or we'd have been done right then. You just never know, I guess. It all worked out today."

Smith now leads Sampey by 104 points. Sampey leads third-place runner Andrew Hines by 85 points. Smith is 4-6 in finals, while Sampey drops to 41-24.

Sunday's final results from the 28th annual Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals at Bandimere Speedway. The race is the 13th of 23 in the NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series--

Top Fuel -- Rod Fuller, 4.683 seconds, 312.93 mph def. Whit Bazemore, 4.770 seconds, 308.35 mph.

Funny Car -- Jack Beckman, Dodge Charger, 4.932, 312.86 def. Ron Capps, Charger, 5.001, 307.86.

Pro Stock -- Allen Johnson, Dodge Stratus, 7.132, 192.47 def. Ron Krisher, Chevy Cobalt, 16.720, 48.95.

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- Matt Smith, Buell, 7.400, 177.81 def. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, foul.

Competition Eliminator -- David Rampy, Bantam Roadster, 8.690, 112.59 def. Will Hatcher, Dragster, foul.

Super Stock -- David Bogner, Dodge Daytona, 10.535, 128.22 def. Ryan McClanahan, Chevy Cobalt, 9.001, 138.00.

Stock Eliminator -- Gary Stinnett, Chevy Camaro, 11.534, 112.93 def. Ryan McClanahan, Pontiac Firebird, 11.005, 120.61.

Super Gas -- Kevin Moore, Chevy Roadster, 10.534, 148.62 def. John Steffen, Chevy Corvette, 10.497, 141.39.

Super Street -- John Dexter, Chevy Camaro, 11.515, 133.57 def. Troy Grant, Chevy II, 11.533, 123.17.

Saturday final qualifying

MORRISON, Colo. --

Melanie Troxel, Robert Hight, Allen Johnson, and Matt Smith -- remained in control of their respective categories as NHRA racers got a bonus nighttime session of qualifying after weather delayed Saturday's qualiflying session at the 28th annual Mopar Mile-High NHRA nationals at Denver's Bandimere Speedway.
Hight survived the most attacks as the Funny Car contingent collectively shot for the moon -- his 4.862-second elapsed time was even equaled by "Fast Jack" Beckman -- but he held on for his fifth pole of the year. The Pro Stock and Pro Stock Motorcycle classes were done well before the rain came and little changes occurred from top to bottom.

This was Hight's fifth low qualifying effort of the season, which leads the Funny Car class. The driver of the Auto Club of Southern California Ford Mustang has maintained second place in the points despite missing the Houston race following the death of teammate Eric Medlen.

"I didn't think that 4.86 would stay in because with that long weather delay we basically ended up with a bonus night session," Hight said. "I saw Beckman run my exact E.T. and I thought for sure someone else would be quicker."

"This mountain is the great equalizer, but I feel as though I have a great team behind me, led by Jimmy Prock. We'll be ready to race and I hope to go some rounds tomorrow."

Mike Ashley of Team Torco followed Hight and Beckman in third place with a 4.889.

Jerry Toliver started the final session on the bottom of the qualifying sheet. By the end of the round he was all the way up to the No. 4 slot with a 4.893 at 319.60 mph. Unfortunately, his Rockstar Toyota Solara ended up on its' side in the top-end sand-trap after Toliver's 'chutes came out late.

"We just took delivery of our back-up car today so we'll be ready to race no matter what," said Toliver, who was unhurt in the accident.

After a wild final session where drivers were bumping in and out after virtually every pair, Ashley Force, Cruz Pedregon, and Tim Wilkerson all ended up outside the 16-car field. Wilkerson was top qualifier at the last event in Bristol, where Pedregon raced to a runner-up finish.

Troxel is doing everything she can to erase the memory of five first-round losses in a row, qualifying No. 1 in Top Fuel for the first time this season in her Vietnam Veterans/POW-MIA dragster. The Littleton, Colo., native used her 4.610 at 322.42 mph from Friday night to earn the podium.

"There's been some controversy about the No. 1 qualifier not winning on race day but we're looking forward to taking our shot at changing that," Troxel said. "Growing up here, I couldn't think of a better place to turn our season around. We have a win and a runner-up this year, but aside from that we've only won one other round. You've got to be able to get past that first round to be a contender. I feel very fortunate that we've been able to hold on to that No. 8 spot in the Countdown to the Championship."

Dave Grubnic cranked his Zantrex-3 dragster up Saturday and almost took the top spot from Troxel when he posted a 4.612 at 314.97 mph in the final session. POWERade points leader "Hot Rod" Fuller slipped to third with a 4.615 at 319.75 mph.

Team Mopar Pro Stock racer Johnson secured the third No. 1 qualifying award of his 259-race career in the perfect place -- the Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals -- with his Friday night pass of 7.032 at 195.73 mph in his Dodge Stratus R/T.

"I was just talking to Dad [engine builder Roy Johnson] and he said this is a dream come true for us and he's right," said Johnson, who ran a 7.049 and a 7.088 Saturday. "For him especially, with his heart problems and all from earlier this year, he's still put in so much work to make us faster. He was dead on the table in Phoenix and three days later he was at the shop working."

The top of the ladder is all Mopar blue as Johnson's team driver Richie Stevens has his identical racecar right behind his boss in the No. 2 position after a best of 7.035 at 195.05 mph.

Smith's fourth low qualifier of the year in Pro Stock Motorcycle, courtesy of a Round 3 pass of 7.347 at 179.92 mph, means he's had the quickest bike at half the races this season. Now the Torco Buell rider and current POWERade points leader will try to improve on his 1-4 final-round record.

"We've got to start winning more races," Smith said. "We're winning lots of rounds but we're just having weird things happen to us in the final round. Today's a great example. We ran the 7.34 in the first session and then broke a crank trigger in the second session and the bike just quit. That could have easily happened in the first round of eliminations and we would have been done."

Top Fuel

1 4 Melanie Troxel, Avon IN, Hadman-TFX 4.610 322.42 322.42
2 6 David Grubnic, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.612 314.97 327.82
3 5 Rod Fuller, Las Vegas NV, Hadman-TFX 4.615 319.75 319.75
4 8 J.R. Todd, Avon IN, Hadman-TFX 4.617 312.57 312.57
5 1 Tony Schumacher, Long Grove IL, Hadman-TFX 4.630 310.55 322.96
6 3 Brandon Bernstein, Fairview TX, McKinney-TFX 4.646 314.68 318.84
7 2 Doug Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.650 302.14 320.05
8 12 Bob Vandergriff, Alpharetta GA, McKinney-BAE 4.659 308.43 311.49
9 73 Whit Bazemore, Eugene OR, Hadman-TFX 4.662 318.99 318.99
10 91 Larry Dixon, Indianapolis IN, McKinney-TFX 4.670 306.12 308.99
11 10 Hillary Will, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.681 315.49 316.90
12 255 Clay Millican, Drummonds TN, Hadman-BAE 4.714 294.31 298.73
13 11 Doug Herbert, Lincolnton NC, McKinney-BAE 4.765 291.01 300.33
14 743 Morgan Lucas, Brownsburg IN, Hadman-TFX 4.797 309.20 311.56
15 9 Cory McClenathan, Lake Havasu City AZ, Hadman- 4.819 308.35 308.43
16 72 Mike Strasburg, Lindon UT, Hadman-TFX 4.886 309.91 309.91

------------ Not Qualified ------------

17 723 Rob Passey, Salt Lake City UT, McKinney-TFX 5.391 213.06 222.95

Funny Car

1 2 Robert Hight, Yorba Linda CA, '06 Mustang 4.862 314.02 314.02
2 711 Jack Beckman, North Hills CA, '07 Charger 4.862 313.88 313.88
3 180 Mike Ashley, Melville NY, '07 Charger 4.889 311.34 311.34
4 729 Jerry Toliver, Temecula CA, '07 Solara 4.893 319.60 319.60
5 750 Del Worsham, Chino Hills CA, '07 Impala 4.893 314.46 318.09
6 1 John Force, Yorba Linda CA, '05 Mustang 4.895 317.12 317.12
7 404 Kenny Bernstein, Lake Forest CA, '07 Charger 4.916 309.20 309.20
8 427 Tony Bartone, Long Island City NY, '05 Monte C 4.922 300.26 300.26
9 319 Scott Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, '07 Solara 4.924 311.49 311.49
10 170 Jeff Arend, San Dimas CA, '07 Impala 4.925 306.05 306.05
11 7 Gary Scelzi, Fresno CA, '07 Charger 4.932 311.99 311.99
12 28 Ron Capps, Carlsbad CA, '07 Charger 4.934 315.27 315.27
13 388 Jim Head, Galena OH, '07 Solara 4.946 299.60 299.60
14 5 Tony Pedregon, Brownsburg IN, '07 Impala 4.948 308.28 308.28
15 503 Tommy Johnson Jr., Avon IN, '07 Impala 5.013 296.24 296.24
16 782 Gary Densham, Bellflower CA, '07 Impala 5.020 267.48 289.63

------------ Not Qualified ------------

17 347 Tim Wilkerson, Springfield IL, '07 Impala 5.024 287.17 287.17
18 7321 Ashley Force, Yorba Linda CA, '06 Mustang 5.026 290.51 290.51
19 10 Cruz Pedregon, Camarillo CA, '07 Impala 5.060 270.37 280.66



Pro Stock

1 6 Allen Johnson, Greeneville TN, '07 Stratus 7.032@ 195.73 195.73
2 9 Richie Stevens, Metairie LA, '07 Stratus 7.035 195.05 195.34
3 107 Kenny Koretsky, Richboro PA, '07 Cobalt 7.047 195.03 195.03
4 5 Kurt Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '07 Cobalt 7.053 195.42 195.59
5 3 Dave Connolly, Elyria OH, '07 Cobalt 7.054 195.28 195.28
6 25 Jeg Coughlin, Delaware OH, '07 Cobalt 7.058 195.59 195.59
7 351 Ron Krisher, Warren OH, '07 Cobalt 7.058 194.60 194.74
8 1568 Justin Humphreys, Monrovia MD, '06 GTO 7.068 194.72 194.72
9 2 Greg Anderson, Mooresville NC, '06 GTO 7.075 194.94 194.94
10 1 Jason Line, Mooresville NC, '06 GTO 7.076 195.70& 195.73
11 357 Larry Morgan, Newark OH, '07 Stratus 7.077 195.00 195.00
12 208 Warren Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '06 GTO 7.091 194.21 194.21
13 7 Jim Yates, Occoquan VA, '06 GTO 7.092 194.27 194.27
14 103 Max Naylor, New Buffalo PA, '07 Stratus 7.096 194.52 194.52
15 401K Erica Enders, Houston TX, '07 Stratus 7.109 194.27 194.27
16 8 Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '06 GTO 7.109 193.63 193.63

------------ Not Qualified ------------

17 10 V. Gaines, Lakewood CO, '07 Stratus 7.133 193.71 193.82
18 701 Ben Watson, Concord CA, '06 GTO 7.143 192.60 193.16
19 772 Tony Rizzo, Tucson AZ, '07 Cobalt 7.165 191.97 192.25

Pro Stock Motorcycle

1 5 Matt Smith, King NC, Buell 7.347 179.92 180.24
2 1 Andrew Hines, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 7.382 180.55 180.55
3 412 Michael Phillips, Baton Rouge LA, Suzuki GSXR 7.393 182.30 182.30
4 4 Chip Ellis, Plains GA, Buell 7.394 179.04 179.04
5 9 Geno Scali, Lake in the Hills IL, Suzuki 7.397 181.15 181.15
6 25 Matt Guidera, Loomis CA, Buell 7.402 178.47 178.47
7 3 Angelle Sampey, Mathews LA, Suzuki GSXR 7.403 179.21 179.42
8 88 Eddie Krawiec, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 7.405 181.57 182.28
9 499 Peggy Llewellyn, San Antonio TX, Buell 7.416 176.42 177.39
10 748 Chris Rivas, Fresno CA, Buell 7.417 178.35 178.35
11 10 Craig Treble, Hensley AR, Suzuki GSXR 7.425 182.01 182.01
12 751 Steve Johnson, Irondale AL, Suzuki 7.445 174.73 177.67
13 235 Hector Arana, Milltown IN, Buell 7.450 177.70 177.70
14 2 Antron Brown, Brownsburg IN, Suzuki GSXR 7.470 180.62 180.62
15 6 Karen Stoffer, Smith NV, Suzuki 7.482 179.30 179.30
16 573 Mike Berry, Littleton CO, Suzuki 7.487 177.77 177.77

------------ Not Qualified ------------

17 8 Tom Bradford, Eagle WI, Buell 7.537 174.37 175.52
18 205 Shawn Gann, Stoneville NC, Suzuki 7.539 178.26 178.66
19 413 Michael Ray, New Braunfels TX, Buell 7.548 175.00 175.00
20 778 Scott Lewis, Orangevale CA, Suzuki GSXR 7.784 147.36 170.30
21 7 Ryan Schnitz, Decatur IN, Kawasaki 28.000 0.00 0.00

Friday qualifying

MORRISON, Colo. --

Denver's own Melanie Troxel picked the perfect race to lead the Top Fuel qualifying field, racing to the top of the 28th annual Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals Friday night with a 4.610 at 322.42 mph.
Troxel, who hails from the Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo., used the last pass of the day to set her mark, joining Funny Car's Robert Hight, Pro Stock's Allen Johnson, and Pro Stock Motorcycle's Matt Smith on Bandimere Speedway's provisional low qualifier podium.

The last four cars in Top Fuel had to wait out a 10-minute rain delay and perhaps that gave Troxel and crew chiefs John Stewart and Lance Larsen just enough time to fine-tune their set-up. The waiting was well worth it as Troxel's Vietnam Veterans/POW-MIA dragster managed to nudge into the No. 1 slot by five-thousandths of a second.

"I can't think of a better place to do this then my home track and I hope this turns our whole program around," said Troxel, who is racing in just the third event with her new crew chief duo. "You've got to get that chemistry going with the team. We're basically starting over with a new team and a new car. We've done well as far as not DNQing or making any big mistakes but we haven't yet seen the performance we all know is there.

"Mom's here running interference for me with all the family members needing tickets and all that. Everyone, with the exception of one uncle, lives right around here so it's a lot of fun to do well at this race. I was born here and lived her for 30-something years before I moved to Indy so this will always be a special place for me."

Rod Fuller had the lead until the last pairing with his earlier 4.615 at 319.75 mph in the Wagner CAT dragster. His second run appeared to be even better, at least incrementally, but around half-track he started hiking his front tires in the air and was forced to shut his car off to avoid a blowover.

The John Force Racing organization continues to gain strength as team driver Hight followed John Force's Bristol win from last Sunday with a top qualifying effort here. Hight led both Friday sessions in his Auto Club of Southern California Ford Mustang, opening with a 4.962 at 297.81 mph before dipping to a 4.862 at 314.02 mph in the evening.

"The team's on a roll," Hight said. "You know, I like it when we have all these races in a row. I'm still pretty new to this driving deal so when you race every weekend you kind of stay in that race mode. If I have any time off I feel like I get rusty."

Mike Ashley was next in his Torco Race Fuels Dodge Charger, clicking off a 4.889 at 311.34 mph. Del Worsham followed with a 4.897 at 318.09 mph in his Checker, Schuck's, Kragen Chevrolet Impala SS.

Force was fifth with a best of 4.929, while his daughter Ashley ended up 14th with a 5.187 in her Castrol GTX Ford Mustang.

Tony Bartone had a wild ride after completing his 5.058-second, 290.94-mph second-round pass. Despite bending the handles almost completely off, Bartone couldn't get his parachutes to deploy and his Lucas Oil Monte Carlo slid sideways at the top end but still slid into the sandpit. The car rolled over once before coming to rest on its' side. Bartone was uninjured.

"I've never had a ride like that," said Bartone. "I had a guy run into me one time in Alcohol Funny Car but this one was the worse. I was sitting in there feeling pretty discombobulated for a minute. We'll exam the chassis and do all we can to continue racing."

It seems fitting that Mopar Racing teammates Allen Johnson and Richie Stevens have their Dodge Stratus R/T's first and second on the Pro Stock qualifying grid at their title sponsor's main event. Johnson used a track-record elapsed time of 7.032 at 195.73 mph to gain his early lead, with Stevens following close behind with a 7.035.

"Life couldn't be any better," Johnson said. "Mark [Ingersoll, crew chief] made the perfect call on mine and Richie's cars and they just ran great. We tested here before Chicago and ran well then so this isn't a total surprise."

POWERade points leader Smith continues to impress in Pro Stock Motorcycle, knocking Round 1 leader Geno Scali off the provisional pole with a 7.376 at 178.57 mph in the evening session. Smith and his Torco Buell have earned low qualifier honors three times this year, including the last stop for the bikes in Norwalk, Ohio.

"This is my first time on the mountain tuning the bike myself," Smith said. "Before, I've always been riding for someone else. It's weird; no one would give me a tune-up. I asked around but no hints. The first run was a roll of the dice and I slipped the clutch quite a bit. I tightened that up for the second round and we made a nice run."

Scali and his Performance Machine Suzuki recorded the only other 7.3-second pass of the day, as he was clocked at 7.397 at 181.15 mph in the opening round. Harley teammates Eddie Krawiec and Andrew Hines followed on their Screamin' Eagle V-Rods in third and fourth, Krawiec with a 7.411, Hines with a 7.412.

Event fact sheet

MORRISON, Colo. --

The 28th annual Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals, the 13th of 23 events in the NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series. Professional competitors in four categories earn points leading to 2007 NHRA POWERade Series world championships.
Sportsman competitors in four categories earn points leading to 2007 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series world championships.

WHERE: Bandimere Speedway, Morrison, Colo. The track is 10 miles west of Denver just north of the historic town of Morrison. From Denver, take Interstate 70 west to C-470 and travel south to the Morrison Road exit. Take Morrison Road west to Rooney Road and go north to the track.

WHEN: Friday through Sunday, July 13-15.

PURSE: Cash and contingency awards of more than $1.2 million.

FRIDAY, July 13 - Sportsman qualifying and eliminations begin at 10 a.m.

SATURDAY, July 14 - Sportsman eliminations begin at 9 a.m.

SUNDAY, July 15 - Pre-race ceremonies, 11 a.m.

Saturday, July 14, ESPN2 and ESPN2 HD will televise two hours of qualifying highlights at 6 p.m. (ET).

Sunday, July 15, ESPN2 and ESPN 2 HD will televise NHRA Race Day, a 30-minute news magazine show, at 11 a.m. (ET).

Sunday, July 15, ESPN2 and ESPN 2 HD will televise three hours of eliminations coverage at 9 p.m. (ET).

2006 EVENT WINNERS: J.R. Todd, Top Fuel; Gary Scelzi, Funny Car; Dave Connolly, Pro Stock; Andrew Hines, Pro Stock Motorcycle

Top Fuel - 4.584 seconds by Joe Amato, July 1999; 331.45 mph by Tony Schumacher, July '05
Funny Car - 4.796 seconds by Robert Hight, July '05; 322.58 mph by Hight, July '05
Pro Stock - 7.062 seconds by Jason Line, July '06; 195.65 mph by Line, July '06
Pro Stock Motorcycle - 7.332 seconds by Chip Ellis, July '06; 186.54 mph by Ryan Schnitz, July '05

Top Fuel - 4.428 sec. by Tony Schumacher, Nov. '06, Pomona, Calif.; 336.15 mph by Schumacher, May '05, Columbus, Ohio
Funny Car - 4.659 sec. by Tony Pedregon, Feb. '07, Chandler, Ariz.; 333.66 mph by Jack Beckman, Nov. '06, Pomona, Calif.
Pro Stock - 6.536 sec. by Greg Anderson, March '07, Gainesville, Fla.; 211.69 mph by Jason Line, March '07, Gainesville, Fla.
Pro Stock Motorcycle - 6.901 sec. by Matt Smith, May '07, Madison, Ill.; 197.45 mph by Andrew Hines, March '05, Gainesville, Fla.

TICKETS: Order tickets by phone at (800) 664-UWIN. Tickets also are available online at

RESERVED SEATS (includes pit pass) - Friday: Adult, $37-$47; Junior (12 years and under), $15-$20. Saturday: Adult, $37-$47; Junior (12 years and younger), $15-$20. Sunday: Adult, $45-$55; Junior (12 years and under), $20-$25.


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