June 21-24, 2007

Englishtown NJ

Sunday Eliminations

ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. --

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(photos courtesy David Smith and Greg Gage)


Drag racing legend Don "Snake" Prudhomme celebrated a double-win Sunday as his two drivers -- Larry Dixon in Top Fuel and Tommy Johnson Jr. in Funny Car -- pulled off a pair of wins at the 38th annual ProCare Rx NHRA SuperNationals presented by R2B2.
Ironically, Pro Stock winner Greg Anderson tallied his 49th career victory, which ties him with Prudhomme for sixth place on the NHRA POWERade Series' all-time winner's list. Pro Stock Motorcycle winner Craig Treble joined in the fun after he dispatched reigning champ Andrew Hines.

Johnson rose from the ashes, literally and figuratively, to get his first win of the year. The veteran racer, who has struggled through most of the season, rebounded to win the event after a giant fire in the opening round reduced his car to a bare chassis.

He also rose from 12th to eighth in the POWERade Countdown to the Championship standings with seven races left in the regular season (the top 8 qualify for the playoffs).


"To go fromm 12th to eighth and with the way we're running (he paced three of the four qualifying sessions) going into these six races (in six weeks), it's huge. We have the momentum," Johnson said.

It wasn't easy in the final as Tony Pedregon gave him a race, leaving first by a hundredth of a second. But Johnson managed to catch the former champ and pass him to win with a 4.994 at 305.84 mph to Pedregon's 5.022 at 306.33 mph.

"We had to change everything after that fire, right down to the fuel tanks," Johnson said. "That was a bad fire. It snuck up on me because the run was going fine and then, blam, there was this huge fireball.

"It was blazing pretty good. I couldn't see. I couldn't breathe. It was time to go," said Johnson, who made a hasty retreat out of the roof escape hatch and through thick, black smoke as soon as he got the car stopped.

It was the first time Prudhomme had two cars in the winner's circle since Ron Capps and Dixon pulled off the double at Columbus in 2002.

"It's special," Prudhomme said. "When Larry won last week (in Chicago and Tommy didn't), you're only 50 percent happy. It's like having one kid hit a home run and the other strike out.

"Tommy needed it. They're the ones that had been striking out and (Sunday) they hit it out of the park," Prudhomme said.


In the Top Fuel final, Dixon was the first to streak from the gates against Doug Herbert, .057 to .071, and he never looked back, inching away as he went down the track to win with a 4.625 at 321.73 mph to Herbert's 4.675 at 316.30 mph. This was Dixon's second win in a row. He's now been to the final round of this race for the last seven years with four wins.

"We're going to burn up the Snake's credit card at dinner tonight," Dixon said.

Dixon had won five Father's Day races in a row before having the streak ended by Rod Fuller in 2006. This year, with no race on Father's Day, Dixon did the next best thing by winning races on the race weekends before and after Father's day.

Trying to steal away a holeshot win from KB Racing for the second week in a row, Jeg Coughlin was a little too aggressive at the Christmas Tree, leaving early by -.007 seconds to hand Anderson his sixth win in the first 10 races of the season. It may not have mattered as Anderson's Pontiac GTO ran a 6.617 at 209.52 mph, quicker than anything Coughlin had posted all day, but it was all academic after the red-light start.


It was the 49th career win for Anderson.

"I really can't fathom that," Anderson said. "It's not because of me, it's all those guys I'm associated with ... Ken Black. I'm a lucky man and I count my blessings every day. I'm going to ride this wave as long as I can."

After three runner-up finishes here, Old Bridge Township Raceway Park probably owed Pro Stock Motorcycle victor Treble this win, the 10th of his career. The final was a thriller as both men stayed within each other's shadows most of the way down the track. In the end it was Treble eking out a 6.990-second win at 191.70 mph over Hines 7.003 at 190.48 mph.


"We went for broke," said the sponsor-less Treble who distanced himself from the pack fighting for the eighth and final Countdown playoff berth. "We won a race without a name on the tail section. I think we're the only team in the top ten without a major sponsor."

Sunday's final results from the 38th annual ProCare Rx NHRA SuperNationals presented by R2B2 Motors at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park. The race is the tenth of 23 in the NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series--

Top Fuel -- Larry Dixon, 4.625 seconds, 321.73 mph def. Doug Herbert, 4.675 seconds, 316.30 mph.

Funny Car -- Tommy Johnson Jr., Chevy Impala, 4.994, 305.84 def. Tony Pedregon, Impala, 5.022, 306.33.

Pro Stock -- Greg Anderson, Pontiac GTO, 6.617, 209.52 def. Jeg Coughlin, Chevy Cobalt, foul.

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- Craig Treble, Suzuki, 6.990, 191.70 def. Andrew Hines, Harley-Davidson, 7.003, 190.48.

Top Alcohol Dragster -- Jim Whiteley, 5.358, 267.06 def. Dave DeAngelis, 5.692, 192.25.

Top Alcohol Funny Car -- Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 5.561, 262.54 def. Bob Newberry, Chevy Monte Carlo, 5.811, 253.56.

Competition Eliminator -- David Rampy, Bantam Roadster, 7.332, 158.02 def. Allyn Armstrong, Opel GT, 8.824, 150.03.

Super Stock -- Jeff Tripp, Chevy Monte Carlo, 9.039, 146.78 def. Jim Harrington, Chevy Camaro, 9.624, 132.71.

Super Comp -- Chris Depascale, Dragster, 8.907, 159.93 def. Ronnie Siani, Dragster, 8.885, 168.32.

Super Gas -- Dan Fletcher, Chevy Corvette, 9.952, 154.00 def. Ray Sawyer, Chevy Camaro, 9.888, 163.97.

Super Street -- Shawn Fricke, Pontiac Firebird, 10.905, 131.55 def. Frank Abad, Chevy Camaro, 10.882, 126.97.

POWERade point standings

1. Rod Fuller 688
2. Larry Dixon 653
3. Brandon Bernstein 635
4. J.R. Todd 625
5. Tony Schumacher 544
6. Melanie Troxel 488
7. David Grubnic 480
8. Bob Vandergriff 472
9. Cory McClenathan 453
10. Whit Bazemore 440
11. Hillary Will 421
12. Doug Herbert 420
13. Doug Kalitta 395
14. Clay Millican 348
15. Joe Hartley 275

Funny Car

1. Ron Capps 786
2. Robert Hight 663
3. Gary Scelzi 585
4. Tony Pedregon 560
5. Jim Head 542
6. Mike Ashley 522
7. Ashley Force 443
8. Tommy Johnson Jr. 428
9. Jeff Arend 425
10. Jack Beckman 419
11. Del Worsham 413
12. Cruz Pedregon 390
13. Tim Wilkerson 337
14. John Force 321
15. Scott Kalitta 318

Pro Stock

1. Greg Anderson 954
2. Jeg Coughlin 753
3. Dave Connolly 660
4. Jason Line 628
5. Allen Johnson 508
6. Kurt Johnson 484
7. V. Gaines 469
8. Richie Stevens 454
9. Warren Johnson 444
10. Mike Edwards 421
Larry Morgan 421
12. Greg Stanfield 398
13. Jim Yates 355
14. Erica Enders 313
15. Kenny Koretsky 277

Pro Stock Motorcycle

1. Matt Smith 518
2. Angelle Sampey 462
3. Karen Stoffer 425
4. Andrew Hines 392
5. Craig Treble 361
6. Chip Ellis 311
7. Chris Rivas 296
8. Steve Johnson 288
9. Antron Brown 284
10. Peggy Llewellyn 277
11. Tom Bradford 246
12. Geno Scali 230
13. Eddie Krawiec 209
14. Hector Arana 166
15. Matt Guidera 145

Saturday qualifying

ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. --


Three-time NHRA POWERade Series champion Angelle Sampey ran the quickest Pro Stock Motorcycle pass in history Saturday to highlight the final day of professional qualifying at the 38th annual ProCare Rx NHRA SuperNationals presented by R2B2 Motors.
The former nurse and beauty queen zipped through the timers in 6.871 seconds at 194.21 mph to shatter the previous mark by three hundredths of a second, a massive amount of time in drag racing. Her Q4 pass of 6.927 validated the national record.

Top Fuel racer Tony Schumacher (4.455 at 331.94 mph), Funny Car's Tommy Johnson Jr. (4.729 at 321.96 mph), and Pro Stock's Greg Anderson (6.592 at 210.57 mph) shared the low qualifier's podium with Sampey.

Sampey had a hard time getting her arms around her record elapsed time, which occurred just past noon. It was by far her most impressive of her 42 career top qualifying efforts. The U.S. Army Suzuki rider has now earned the No. 1 position three times this year.

"I was totally shocked," Sampey said of her record run, which has already been backed-up to make it official. "The bike left well, it felt straight, and I hit my shift points. Steve [Tartaglia, tuner] was aiming for a 6.91 so I figured it was close to that. Then I pulled off and the EMT's were clapping and jumping around so I pulled over there and they said 6.87. I had to ask them three times because I didn't believe it. I wanted to see the [time] slip."

Friday's top gun, Andrew Hines, slipped to second with his career-best pass of 6.910 at 193.57 mph on the Screamin' Eagle Harley-Davidson V-Rod. Chip Ellis remained third on his Drag Specialties S&S Buell with a best of 6.950 at 192.30 mph.


Schumacher and Johnson's nighttime passes were untouchable in Saturday's heat. This was Schumacher's fifth pole of the year in his U.S. Army dragster and the 40th low qualifier award of his career. Johnson's eighth career pole lifted a lot of pressure off his shoulders as his Chevy Impala has given his team fits this year.

"Like usual, the Friday night run was the hero run, but being low of that round we just finished with a 4.60 is just as impressive to me," Schumacher said. "That was just a good, old-fashioned get-it-down-through-there run in the heat of the day."


The timing couldn't have been better for Johnson, who was at the Greenwich, Ct. headquarters of title sponsor Skoal for two days earlier this week. And on Sunday, Johnson will be hosting two busloads of Skoal employees and family members.

"It's looking more and more like we have found the consistency we've been lacking," said Johnson, who had the best pass during three of the four qualifying passes. "We pushed the limit this morning and smoked the tires so we put it back, so to speak, to the way it was before and we were low of the final session with a 4.86, so it's responding to the changes we're making."


Anderson's seventh low qualifier of the season's first 10 races ruined Stevens' chance to be the low man in the class for the first time since last year's Chicago race. Instead it will be Anderson's Pontiac GTO leading the way once again as the current POWERade points leader will try to extend his lead over the chase pack in Sunday's eliminations, which begin at 11 a.m. ET and will be televised by ESPN2 beginning at 10 p.m. ET.

"I've got so much beyond what any driver could ask for," Anderson said. "I have a great car that can win every week. I'm a very lucky man to have the team I have around me and to have [team owner] Ken Black's support. I was kicking the dog yesterday when I was second. That's how spoiled I've become."

Pro Mod Saturday wrap up

ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. -- Josh Hernandez led the pack in qualifying at the AMS Pro Mod Challenge presented by Tindle Enterprises, Inc., and Jay Payne set the Old Bridge Township ET track record in during the first round of eliminations Saturday in the ProCare Rx NHRA SuperNationals.
Hernandez claimed the No. 1 qualifying position with a track-record setting 5.950/243.55, only to have his ET mark eclipsed by Jay Payne with a blistering 5.947 in his first-round defeat of turbo-powered Jegs.com-sponsored entry of Troy Coughlin in round one.

"Howard [Moon, Hernandez' crew chief] has this car on a string and running like a bracket car. It's pretty amazing," Hernandez said.

Hernandez' numbers were 5.979/244.03; 5.950/244.03; and 5.951/243.37 in qualifying and 5.967/243.15 in his victory over Harold Laird.

After qualifying in the No. 4 position, Tim Tindle squared off against Joe Mulligan with Tindle taking the round win and advancing to the quarterfinals after crossing though the lights with a 6.012/238.26

Tindle said, "This car has been consistent all weekend. Chuck Ford and the guys are doing a great job getting her down the track. You can't ask for anything better than that. We just need to stay focused and give it our best. I feel that we have the equipment to get the job done and man it would be nice to win this weekend."

Tindle will face Tony Pontieri in the next round on Sunday with Tindle having lane choice over Pontieri.

Raymond Commisso blasted from the bottom of the pack on Friday into the No. 3 spot on Saturday with an Al Billes-tuned 6.003/243.02. With event-sponsor ProCare Rx and R2B2 Motors behind him, Commisso delivered a 6.063/220.12 to earn lane choice over teammate Doug Palmer who had advanced in a holeshot win over John Russo in round one.

Final qualifying

TF

1 1 Tony Schumacher, Long Grove IL, Hadman-TFX 4.455@ 331.94 331.94
2 5 Rod Fuller, Las Vegas NV, Hadman-TFX 4.479 330.39 330.39
3 255 Clay Millican, Drummonds TN, Hadman-BAE 4.487 330.39 330.39
4 3 Brandon Bernstein, Lake Forest CA, McKinney-TFX 4.500 331.04 331.04
5 9 Cory McClenathan, Lake Havasu City AZ, Hadman- 4.516 326.40 326.40
6 73 Whit Bazemore, Eugene OR, Hadman-TFX 4.521 332.51& 332.51
7 10 Hillary Will, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.544 328.38 328.38
8 4 Melanie Troxel, Avon IN, Hadman-TFX 4.555 332.43 332.43
9 11 Doug Herbert, Lincolnton NC, McKinney-BAE 4.555 314.90 314.90
10 12 Bob Vandergriff, Alpharetta GA, McKinney-BAE 4.557 311.13 311.13
11 91 Larry Dixon, Indianapolis IN, McKinney-TFX 4.558 319.82 322.42
12 1301 Doug Foley, Sewell NJ, Attac-TFX 4.582 331.20 331.20
13 8 J.R. Todd, Avon IN, Hadman-TFX 4.649 307.79 307.79
14 2 Doug Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.653 328.38 328.38
15 115 Rit Pustari, Norwalk CT, Hadman-TFX 4.734 312.78 312.78
16 6 David Grubnic, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.808 314.09 314.09

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

17 743 Morgan Lucas, Brownsburg IN, Hadman-TFX 4.917 289.51 289.51

FC

1 503 Tommy Johnson Jr., Avon IN, '07 Impala 4.729@ 321.96 321.96
2 1 John Force, Yorba Linda CA, '05 Mustang 4.747 325.37 325.37
3 7321 Ashley Force, Yorba Linda CA, '06 Mustang 4.760 321.19 321.19
4 319 Scott Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, '07 Solara 4.768 317.79 317.79
5 28 Ron Capps, Carlsbad CA, '07 Charger 4.775 319.90 319.90
6 5 Tony Pedregon, Brownsburg IN, '07 Impala 4.780 323.04 323.04
7 388 Jim Head, Galena OH, '07 Solara 4.785 324.83 324.83
8 711 Jack Beckman, North Hills CA, '07 Charger 4.789 325.30 325.30
9 750 Del Worsham, Chino Hills CA, '07 Impala 4.796 325.22 325.22
10 427 Tony Bartone, Long Island City NY, '05 Monte C 4.797 323.97 323.97
11 10 Cruz Pedregon, Camarillo CA, '07 Impala 4.811 318.62 318.62
12 347 Tim Wilkerson, Springfield IL, '07 Impala 4.819 323.89 323.89
13 170 Jeff Arend, San Dimas CA, '07 Impala 4.841 319.52 319.52
14 2 Robert Hight, Yorba Linda CA, '06 Mustang 4.893 301.67 301.67
15 7 Gary Scelzi, Fresno CA, '06 Charger 4.925 309.13 309.13
16 782 Gary Densham, Bellflower CA, '07 Impala 4.938 304.32 304.32

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

17 206 Bob Gilbertson, Charolette NC, '06 Stratus 4.947 301.94 301.94
18 729 Jerry Toliver, Temecula CA, '07 Solara 4.987 289.20 299.73
19 404 Kenny Bernstein, Lake Forest CA, '07 Charger 5.005 291.63 291.63
20 180 Mike Ashley, Melville NY, '07 Charger 5.017 257.04 277.72

PS

1 2 Greg Anderson, Mooresville NC, '06 GTO 6.592 210.57 210.57
2 9 Richie Stevens, Metairie LA, '07 Stratus 6.598 209.20 209.20
3 25 Jeg Coughlin, Delaware OH, '07 Cobalt 6.612 209.46 209.46
4 1 Jason Line, Mooresville NC, '06 GTO 6.612 209.30 209.95
5 10 V. Gaines, Lakewood CO, '07 Stratus 6.617 209.30 209.30
6 6 Allen Johnson, Greeneville TN, '07 Stratus 6.617 208.81 208.81
7 357 Larry Morgan, Newark OH, '07 Stratus 6.617 208.26 208.26
8 3 Dave Connolly, Elyria OH, '07 Cobalt 6.621 208.07 208.42
9 103 Max Naylor, New Buffalo PA, '07 Stratus 6.624 208.71 209.04
10 1186 Dave Northrop, Perkasie PA, '06 GTO 6.627 209.14 209.14
11 5 Kurt Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '07 Cobalt 6.627 208.71 208.84
12 8 Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '06 GTO 6.628 209.01 209.01
13 7 Jim Yates, Occoquan VA, '06 GTO 6.635 201.49 208.17
14 4 Mike Edwards, Coweta OK, '06 GTO 6.640 207.56 207.91
15 208 Warren Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '06 GTO 6.643 208.71 208.71
16 334 Craig Hankinson, Newark OH, '06 GTO 6.643 207.66 207.66

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

17 1568 Justin Humphreys, Monrovia MD, '06 GTO 6.645 208.39 208.71
18 20 Tom Hammonds, Crestview FL, '07 Cobalt 6.651 207.78 207.78
19 430 Erica Enders, Houston TX, '07 Stratus 6.654 208.20 208.20
20 351 Ron Krisher, Warren OH, '07 Cobalt 6.657 207.40 207.40
21 107 Kenny Koretsky, Richboro PA, '07 Cobalt 6.663 207.98 207.98
22 772 Tony Rizzo, Tucson AZ, '07 Cobalt 6.701 206.45 206.45
23 1214 Matt Hartford, Phoenix AZ, '06 Cobalt 6.729 206.54 206.54
24 136 Bob Benza, Briarcliff Manor NY, '06 Cobalt 6.744 204.60 204.60
25 109 Jim Cunningham, Crownsville MD, '03 Escort 6.803 202.06 202.06

PSM

1 3 Angelle Sampey, Mathews LA, Suzuki GSXR 6.871$ 194.21 194.21
2 1 Andrew Hines, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 6.910 193.57 193.57
3 4 Chip Ellis, Plains GA, Buell 6.950 192.30 192.30
4 6 Karen Stoffer, Smith NV, Suzuki 6.954 192.06 193.24
5 2 Antron Brown, Brownsburg IN, Suzuki GSXR 6.955 192.55 192.55
6 5 Matt Smith, King NC, Buell 6.962 190.06 191.05
7 9 Geno Scali, Lake in the Hills IL, Suzuki 6.965 192.22 192.47
8 10 Craig Treble, Hensley AR, Suzuki GSXR 6.969 194.77 194.77
9 748 Chris Rivas, Fresno CA, Buell 6.975 190.48 190.48
10 235 Hector Arana, Milltown IN, Buell 6.987 189.42 189.92
11 412 Michael Phillips, Baton Rouge LA, Suzuki GSXR 7.002 193.16 193.16
12 499 Peggy Llewellyn, San Antonio TX, Buell 7.005 186.38 190.38
13 88 Eddie Krawiec, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 7.023 190.14 190.14
14 751 Steve Johnson, Irondale AL, Suzuki 7.024 188.75 190.16
15 133 Paul Gast, Grand Island NY, Suzuki 7.032 190.40 190.40
16 573 Mike Berry, Littleton CO, Suzuki 7.033 188.78 189.28

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

17 205 Shawn Gann, Stoneville NC, Suzuki 7.047 189.63 189.63
18 8 Tom Bradford, Eagle WI, Buell 7.058 188.62 188.62
19 302 Barry Henson, Nicholasville KY, Suzuki 7.066 187.89 189.31
20 25 Matt Guidera, Loomis CA, Buell 7.074 187.31 187.31
21 310 Joe DeSantis, Rootstown OH, Suzuki 7.123 189.20 189.20
22 101 Connie Cohen, Bristol CT, Suzuki 7.350 180.79 180.79
23 117 Jack Baldwin, Wharton NJ, Suzuki 8.097 163.02 163.02

PM

1 3 Josh Hernandez, Conroe TX, '68 Camaro 5.950 243.55 244.03
2 1 Jay Payne, Ontario CA, *'05 Stratus 5.966 242.06 242.06
3 1090 Raymond Commisso, Toronto ON, *'67 Camaro 6.003 243.02 243.02
4 217 Tim Tindle, Santa Rosa FL, *'67 Mustang 6.022 237.84 237.84
5 1152 Tony Pontieri, Toronto ON, *'57 Bel Air 6.031 241.71 241.71
6 4302 Doug Palmer, Prairieville LA, *'63 Corvette 6.061 238.34 238.34
7 320 Steve Engel, Shandon OH, *'63 Corvette 6.068 237.50 237.50
8 7 Rick Stivers, Lexington KY, '68 Camaro 6.088 237.38 237.38
9 51 Tommy Gray, Baltimore MD, '06 GTO 6.091 237.38 237.38
10 4 Shelly Payne, Ontario CA, '67 Camaro 6.162 221.27 221.27
11 1512 Mike Stawicki, Medina NY, *'63 Corvette 6.166 225.60 225.60
12 1212 Scott Ray, Greenville OH, *'63 Corvette 6.318 199.82 199.82
13 1183 Joe Mulligan, Midland Park NJ, '68 Camaro 6.383 234.13 234.13
14 5835 Raymond Vettel, Phillips NE, '70 Barracuda 6.394 221.89 221.89
15 24 Troy Coughlin, Delaware OH, '06 GTO 6.476 227.04 227.04
16 4610 Harold Laird, Baton Rouge LA, '63 Corvette 6.516 211.39 211.39

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

17 1320 Gene Terenzio, Stanford CT, '68 Camaro 6.602 218.51 218.51
18 1986 John Russo, Middleton MA, *'68 Camaro 7.395 149.00 149.00

TAFC

1 1 Frank Manzo, Morganville NJ, '05 Monte Carlo 5.534 264.70 264.70
2 13 Mickey Ferro, Stamford CT, '02 Camaro 5.573 259.51 259.51
3 4 Bob Newberry, Morriston FL, '05 Monte Carlo 5.591 258.17 258.17
4 308 Marc White, Glendale Hts. IL, '02 Firebird 5.618 256.94 256.94
5 1350 Paul Gill, Brockton MA, '01 Avenger 5.626 256.60 256.60
6 111 Frank Schuster, Chesterfield NJ, '02 Firebird 5.634 258.81 258.81
7 14 David Ray, Plaistow NH, '01 Avenger 5.667 255.82 256.02
8 147 Fred Tigges, Holbrook MA, '01 Avenger 5.720 255.05 255.05
9 1777 Bob Tasca III, Cranston RI, '07 Mustang 5.727 256.65 259.66
10 118 DJ Cox Jr., Whiteford MD, '02 Firebird 5.735 251.39 251.39
11 1320 Wayne Morris, Lincoln Univ PA, '05 Stratus 5.775 246.89 246.89
12 137 Chris Brown, Ivyland PA, '06 Stratus 5.809 243.68 243.68
13 18 Dan Pomponio, Berlin NJ, '00 Camaro 5.818 250.37 250.37
14 125 Eric Lourie, Terryville CT, '02 Camaro 5.854 244.65 244.65
15 296 Bunny Burkett, Spotsylvania VA, '06 Avenger 5.931 240.34 240.34
16 124 Scott McNiece, Brick NJ, '99 Cutlass 6.243 187.83 187.83

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

17 24 Bill Naves, Salisbury NC, '01 Avenger 6.246 225.82 225.82

TAD Final qualifying

1 7 TA/D John Finke, Selkirk NY, McKinney-BAE 5.275 269.94 269.94
2 7334 A/FD Shawn Langdon, Mira Loma CA, Monden-BAE 5.341 273.33 273.33
3 74 B/AD Jim Whiteley, Grand Junction CO, Neilson 5.346 266.37 266.37
4 1712 B/AD Dave DeAngelis, Middlesex NJ, Precision- 5.429 264.70 264.70
5 185 TA/D Mike Kosky, Cuddy PA, Kosky-BAE 5.431 263.41 263.41
6 110 A/FD Rich McPhillips, Phoenixville PA, Precis 5.467 245.63 245.63
7 1128 B/AD Karen Stalba, Hammonton NJ, Dragster-BAE 5.471 242.19 242.19
8 104 A/FD Gene Arrigoni, Yorktown Heights NY, Drag 5.567 241.15 241.15
9 1072 TA/D Bruce Horner, Bergenfield NJ, ProStart-C 5.584 250.88 250.88
10 118 B/AD Ken Winward, Wilmington DE, Keir-KB 5.635 247.70 247.70
11 7000 A/FD Darryl Hitchman, Celeste TX, Swinura-BAE 5.852 220.37 220.37
12 1482 TA/D Richard Bourke, Old Tappan NJ, Hadman-TFX 6.157 238.98 238.98
13 9 A/FD Aaron Olivarez, Sandy UT, Dan Page-BAE 9.041 106.49 106.49

Friday wrap up

Funny Car veteran Tommy Johnson Jr.'s 4.729-second pass at 321.96 mph led a record-filled Friday at venerable Old Bridge Township Raceway Park as all four professional categories set new performance marks for this facility.
None was more impressive, or unexpected, than Johnson's pass, which instantly pulled the veteran racer from a season-long slump. Top Fuel ace Tony Schumacher's 4.455 also got the near-capacity crowd excited, as did Richie Stevens' lightning-quick 6.598 in Po Stock and Andrew Hines' spectacular 6.910 in Pro Stock Motorcycle.

After spending two days this week at the Greenwich, Ct. headquarters of sponsor Skoal, Johnson showed up with the best Funny Car on the premises, turning in the the best pass in each of the first two rounds of qualifying including the track-record pass in the night session.

"The way this year has gone I feel like Rocky Balboa. We've just taken so many body shots and yet we're still here fighting," Johnson said. "We finished (2006) so strong and we tested like crazy and we were so fast. Then the season started and it just fell apart. We were like, 'what is going on?'

"We literally changed everything on our car, everything, and it still didn't improve. We finally just pushed the whole thing to the back of the shop and left it there just like it was and built a new car from the ground up. It hit the track in Topeka and, combined with the hiring of (clutch specialist) Scott French, we've just done a 180-degree turn."

The Forces, John and Ashley, are second and third in Funny Car in their Castrol GTX Ford Mustangs. Dad led daughter with a 4.747 at 325.37 mph to her 4.760 at 321.19 mph.


Schumacher was at ease after blazing down the strip in 4.455 at 331.94 mph in his U.S. Army dragster. The four-time and reigning Top Fuel champ seems pleased to be running well and will most assuredly not need a heroic comeback like he had in 2006 to remain a contender for this year's title.

"Alan [Johnson, crew chief] came in here with a bit of a chip on his shoulder," Schumacher said. "I don't think he's ever won here with [Gary] Scelzi or Blaine [Johnson] and I know that's something he wants to change. You know, we have A.J. because of this place. We didn't qualify here in 2003 and that's when Dad went out and hired him. We've been on a pretty good roll since then."

Current points leader "Hot Rod" Fuller is quick again, running a second-best 4.479 at 330.39 mph in his plain, white dragster. Clay Millican has the RATT -- Back for More dragster in third place with a 4.487 at 330.39 mph, which was the final 4.4-second pass.

Longtime racer Cory McClenathan of Team Fram is fifth overall after a 4.516 that ended with a giant fireball at the top end. McClenathan avoided hitting anything as he fought to get his car stopped but the fire damage was extensive.


Pro Stock leader Stevens continues his love affair with Old Bridge Township Raceway Park as the two-time E-town winner is the surprise qualifying leader here. Stevens, who won this race in 1999 and 2001, accounting for a third of his career wins, posted a career-best 6.598 at 209.20 mph in his Mopar Dodge Stratus R/T to secure the provisional pole.

"The night session is very important, especially for the Pro Stock cars," Stevens said. "We run carburetors, (they're) naturally-aspirated, and whenever the session is the coolest is probably going to be our best. The night session is always the best for us. It's hard to make it work sometimes because you only get one good night session in. You kind of got to take advantage of it. Luckily, we did. We ran a .59, which is awesome for us."

POWERade points leader Greg Anderson knocked three thousandths of a second off his opening-round pass of 6.609, but he still dropped a spot on the grid to second overall with a 6.606 at 209.33 mph in his Summit Racing Pontiac GTO.


Chicago winner Hines hasn't lost a step with his Screamin' Eagle Harley-Davidson V-Rod Pro Stock Motorcycle, running a 6.910 at 193.57 mph to take the top spot on Friday night for the second race in a row. Hines' run was the second quickest in class history. He also posted a 6.932 earlier in the day.

"E-town is such a great place to race," Hines said. "It's like a playground out there for Pro Stock. You're at sea-level and the air is good; when Mother Nature decides to give us good weather here you can fly."

Angelle Sampey was next on her U.S. Army Suzuki but she was a good bit behind Hines with a clocking of 6.949 at 192.41 mph. Chip Ellis followed on his Torco Buell V-Twin with 6.950, while Karen Stoffer was fourth overall with a 6.960 at 193.24 mph on the Geico Motorcycle Suzuki.

Connie Cohen suffered abrasions to her right hand but was alert and conscious after driving through the top-end sand trap and catch nets on her Suzuki. She was transported by ambulance to Raritan Bay Medical Center in Old Bridge.

 

TF

1 1 Tony Schumacher, Long Grove IL, Hadman-TFX 4.455@ 331.94 331.94
2 5 Rod Fuller, Las Vegas NV, Hadman-TFX 4.479 330.39 330.39
3 255 Clay Millican, Drummonds TN, Hadman-BAE 4.487 330.39 330.39
4 3 Brandon Bernstein, Lake Forest CA, McKinney-TFX 4.500 331.04 331.04
5 9 Cory McClenathan, Lake Havasu City AZ, Hadman- 4.516 326.40 326.40
6 73 Whit Bazemore, Eugene OR, Hadman-TFX 4.521 332.51& 332.51
7 10 Hillary Will, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.544 328.38 328.38
8 4 Melanie Troxel, Avon IN, Hadman-TFX 4.555 332.43 332.43
9 11 Doug Herbert, Lincolnton NC, McKinney-BAE 4.555 314.90 314.90
10 12 Bob Vandergriff, Alpharetta GA, McKinney-BAE 4.557 311.13 311.13
11 91 Larry Dixon, Indianapolis IN, McKinney-TFX 4.558 319.82 322.42
12 1301 Doug Foley, Sewell NJ, Attac-TFX 4.582 331.20 331.20
13 8 J.R. Todd, Avon IN, Hadman-TFX 4.649 307.79 307.79
14 2 Doug Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.653 328.38 328.38
15 115 Rit Pustari, Norwalk CT, Hadman-TFX 4.734 312.78 312.78
16 743 Morgan Lucas, Brownsburg IN, Hadman-TFX 5.878 147.67 147.67

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

17 6 David Grubnic, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 8.787 84.61 84.61

 

FC

1 503 Tommy Johnson Jr., Avon IN, '07 Impala 4.729@ 321.96 321.96
2 1 John Force, Yorba Linda CA, '05 Mustang 4.747 325.37 325.37
3 7321 Ashley Force, Yorba Linda CA, '06 Mustang 4.760 321.19 321.19
4 319 Scott Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, '07 Solara 4.768 317.79 317.79
5 28 Ron Capps, Carlsbad CA, '07 Charger 4.775 319.90 319.90
6 5 Tony Pedregon, Brownsburg IN, '07 Impala 4.780 323.04 323.04
7 388 Jim Head, Galena OH, '07 Solara 4.785 324.83 324.83
8 711 Jack Beckman, North Hills CA, '07 Charger 4.789 325.30 325.30
9 750 Del Worsham, Chino Hills CA, '07 Impala 4.796 325.22 325.22
10 427 Tony Bartone, Long Island City NY, '05 Monte C 4.797 323.97 323.97
11 10 Cruz Pedregon, Camarillo CA, '07 Impala 4.811 318.62 318.62
12 347 Tim Wilkerson, Springfield IL, '07 Impala 4.819 323.89 323.89
13 170 Jeff Arend, San Dimas CA, '07 Impala 4.841 319.52 319.52
14 2 Robert Hight, Yorba Linda CA, '06 Mustang 4.893 301.67 301.67
15 206 Bob Gilbertson, Charolette NC, '06 Stratus 4.947 301.94 301.94
16 729 Jerry Toliver, Temecula CA, '07 Solara 4.987 289.20 289.20

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

17 180 Mike Ashley, Melville NY, '07 Charger 5.017 257.04 257.04
18 782 Gary Densham, Bellflower CA, '07 Impala 5.053 279.21 279.21
19 404 Kenny Bernstein, Lake Forest CA, '07 Charger 5.134 213.20 213.20
20 7 Gary Scelzi, Fresno CA, '06 Charger 5.142 231.12 231.12

PS

1 9 Richie Stevens, Metairie LA, '07 Stratus 6.598@ 209.20 209.20
2 2 Greg Anderson, Mooresville NC, '06 GTO 6.606 209.33& 209.62
3 25 Jeg Coughlin, Delaware OH, '07 Cobalt 6.612 209.46 209.46
4 1 Jason Line, Mooresville NC, '06 GTO 6.615 209.52 209.52
5 6 Allen Johnson, Greeneville TN, '07 Stratus 6.621 208.59 208.59
6 3 Dave Connolly, Elyria OH, '07 Cobalt 6.621 208.07 208.07
7 1186 Dave Northrop, Perkasie PA, '06 GTO 6.627 209.14 209.14
8 8 Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '06 GTO 6.628 209.01 209.01
9 5 Kurt Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '07 Cobalt 6.635 208.71 208.71
10 7 Jim Yates, Occoquan VA, '06 GTO 6.635 201.49 207.08
11 10 V. Gaines, Lakewood CO, '07 Stratus 6.639 208.55 208.55
12 4 Mike Edwards, Coweta OK, '06 GTO 6.640 207.56 207.56
13 103 Max Naylor, New Buffalo PA, '07 Stratus 6.641 209.04 209.04
14 357 Larry Morgan, Newark OH, '07 Stratus 6.642 207.98 207.98
15 208 Warren Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '06 GTO 6.643 208.71 208.71
16 334 Craig Hankinson, Newark OH, '06 GTO 6.643 207.66 207.66

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

17 1568 Justin Humphreys, Monrovia MD, '06 GTO 6.650 208.71 208.71
18 20 Tom Hammonds, Crestview FL, '07 Cobalt 6.664 206.80 206.80
19 107 Kenny Koretsky, Richboro PA, '07 Cobalt 6.668 207.24 207.24
20 430 Erica Enders, Houston TX, '07 Stratus 6.673 207.50 207.53
21 351 Ron Krisher, Warren OH, '07 Cobalt 6.698 206.70 206.70
22 772 Tony Rizzo, Tucson AZ, '07 Cobalt 6.719 205.22 205.22
23 136 Bob Benza, Briarcliff Manor NY, '06 Cobalt 6.744 204.60 424.39
24 109 Jim Cunningham, Crownsville MD, '03 Escort 6.817 201.43 201.43
25 1214 Matt Hartford, Phoenix AZ, '06 Cobalt 7.486 142.75 142.75

PSM

1 1 Andrew Hines, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 6.910@ 193.57 193.57
2 3 Angelle Sampey, Mathews LA, Suzuki GSXR 6.949 192.41 192.41
3 4 Chip Ellis, Plains GA, Buell 6.950 192.30 192.30
4 6 Karen Stoffer, Smith NV, Suzuki 6.960 193.24 193.24
5 748 Chris Rivas, Fresno CA, Buell 6.975 190.48 190.48
6 2 Antron Brown, Brownsburg IN, Suzuki GSXR 6.978 191.89 192.11
7 10 Craig Treble, Hensley AR, Suzuki GSXR 6.981 192.80 192.80
8 9 Geno Scali, Lake in the Hills IL, Suzuki 6.994 191.40 192.47
9 412 Michael Phillips, Baton Rouge LA, Suzuki GSXR 7.002 193.16 193.16
10 499 Peggy Llewellyn, San Antonio TX, Buell 7.014 190.38 190.38
11 235 Hector Arana, Milltown IN, Buell 7.021 189.92 189.92
12 88 Eddie Krawiec, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 7.023 190.14 190.14
13 573 Mike Berry, Littleton CO, Suzuki 7.033 188.78 188.78
14 5 Matt Smith, King NC, Buell 7.057 191.05 191.05
15 205 Shawn Gann, Stoneville NC, Suzuki 7.066 189.47 189.47
16 25 Matt Guidera, Loomis CA, Buell 7.074 187.31 187.31

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

17 133 Paul Gast, Grand Island NY, Suzuki 7.077 183.05 189.47
18 302 Barry Henson, Nicholasville KY, Suzuki 7.090 189.18 189.31
19 751 Steve Johnson, Irondale AL, Suzuki 7.092 189.34 189.34
20 8 Tom Bradford, Eagle WI, Buell 7.095 187.23 187.23
21 310 Joe DeSantis, Rootstown OH, Suzuki 7.146 188.54 188.54
22 101 Connie Cohen, Bristol CT, Suzuki 7.350 180.79 180.79
23 117 Jack Baldwin, Wharton NJ, Suzuki 8.097 163.02 163.02

TAD

1 185 TA/D Mike Kosky, Cuddy PA, Kosky-BAE 5.431 263.41 263.41
2 7334 A/FD Shawn Langdon, Mira Loma CA, Monden-BAE 5.443 266.85 268.97
3 1712 B/AD Dave DeAngelis, Middlesex NJ, Precision- 5.484 259.46 259.46
4 7 TA/D John Finke, Selkirk NY, McKinney-BAE 5.575 254.76 254.76
5 1072 TA/D Bruce Horner, Bergenfield NJ, ProStart-C 5.584 250.88 250.88
6 118 B/AD Ken Winward, Wilmington DE, Keir-KB 5.635 247.70 247.70
7 110 A/FD Rich McPhillips, Phoenixville PA, Precis 5.659 234.29 234.29
8 74 B/AD Jim Whiteley, Grand Junction CO, Neilson 5.830 245.54 245.54
9 7000 A/FD Darryl Hitchman, Celeste TX, Swinura-BAE 5.852 220.37 220.37
10 1482 TA/D Richard Bourke, Old Tappan NJ, Hadman-TFX 6.186 233.40 233.40
11 9 A/FD Aaron Olivarez, Sandy UT, Dan Page-BAE 9.041 106.49 106.49
12 104 A/FD Gene Arrigoni, Yorktown Heights NY, Drag 13.392 57.93 57.93

TAFC

1 1 Frank Manzo, Morganville NJ, '05 Monte Carlo 5.611 261.22 261.67
2 13 Mickey Ferro, Stamford CT, '02 Camaro 5.622 257.04 257.24
3 14 David Ray, Plaistow NH, '01 Avenger 5.667 255.82 255.82
4 308 Marc White, Glendale Hts. IL, '02 Firebird 5.718 255.58 255.58
5 147 Fred Tigges, Holbrook MA, '01 Avenger 5.720 255.05 255.05
6 1777 Bob Tasca III, Cranston RI, '07 Mustang 5.727 256.65 256.65
7 4 Bob Newberry, Morriston FL, '05 Monte Carlo 5.727 255.97 255.97
8 111 Frank Schuster, Chesterfield NJ, '02 Firebird 5.733 255.29 255.29
9 1350 Paul Gill, Brockton MA, '01 Avenger 5.743 256.02 256.02
10 137 Chris Brown, Ivyland PA, '06 Stratus 5.809 243.68 243.68
11 18 Dan Pomponio, Berlin NJ, '00 Camaro 5.818 250.37 250.37
12 125 Eric Lourie, Terryville CT, '02 Camaro 5.854 244.65 244.65
13 1320 Wayne Morris, Lincoln Univ PA, '05 Stratus 5.856 244.21 244.21
14 296 Bunny Burkett, Spotsylvania VA, '06 Avenger 5.931 240.34 240.34
15 124 Scott McNiece, Brick NJ, '00 Cutlass 6.243 187.83 187.83
16 24 Bill Naves, Salisbury NC, '01 Avenger 6.521 217.46 217.46

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

17 118 DJ Cox Jr., Whiteford MD, '02 Firebird 6.835 141.88 141.88


Pro Mod Friday wrap-up

In front of standing crowds at the ProCare Rx NHRA SuperNationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park, AMS Pro Mods once again displayed the thrills and excitement of Pro Modified drag racing. Josh Hernandez continued his dominance of the fields, delivering a blistering 5.950/243.XX to take the provisional pole heading into the final qualifying round on Saturday.
Jay Payne's first sub-six second run was the highlight of the first round until the chutes got tangled and he drove his Valvoline-sponsored 2005 Stratus into the sand pit. Payne missed the second round, but his crew chief and father-in-law Brad Anderson assured he'd be back in action by Saturday morning. Jay ended the day in the provisional No. 2 spot with his 5.966/242.06 shot.

Shelly Payne's debut of her new Jerry Haas-built '67 Camaro turned heads with the sleek lines and traditional Vavoline paint scheme. Shelly ran 6.162/221.27 to grab the provisional No. 8 position.


Series sponsor Tim Tindle took his Chuck Ford-tuned Mustang to the No. 4 spot with a 6.075/236.84, and said he's feeling good heading into Saturday.

"I think Chuck's got a really good handle on what the track can hold, and I'm confident heading into Saturday and eliminations," Tindle said.

Rick Stivers, also tuned by Ford, ran a strong 6.088/237.38 to take the No. 6 spot and a firm hold on the top-half of the ladder.

Connecticut's Gene Terenzio made the field in the No. 15 spot on the strength of his 6.602/218.51 while local new jersey-boy Joe Mulligan made his Pro Mod Challenge debut with a 6.383/234.13 to jump into the No. 10 provisional spot.

On the outside looking in is No. 2 in the BAE Championship points Raymond Commisso who failed to put together a decent run all day. In both attempts, his R2B2 Motors/Steelback Brewery '68 Camaro struggled to grab the track, running only 9.88/87.

Qualifying concludes Saturday with a final round scheduled for 2 p.m. (EDT) and the first round of eliminations scheduled at 4:30 p.m. Eliminations conclude in the ProCare Rx NHRA SuperNationals on Sunday, June 24 at 11 a.m.

Event preview

ENGLISHTOWN, N.J. --

The 38th annual ProCare Rx NHRA SuperNationals presented by R2B2 Motors, the 10th 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 six categories earn points leading to 2007 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series world championships.
WHERE: Old Bridge Township Raceway Park, Englishtown, N.J. >From the North, take N.J. Turnpike South to Exit 9, follow the signs to Rt. 18 South. Go six miles to the Englishtown exit. Take Rt. 527 South five miles. Make a left onto Pension Rd. Go ? mile, track entrance on left.

WHEN: Thursday through Sunday, June 21-24.

PURSE: Cash and contingency awards of more than $1.8 million.

SCHEDULE:
THURSDAY, June 21 - Sportsman qualifying and time trials, 10:15 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

FRIDAY, June 22 - Sportsman qualifying and eliminations, 10:15 a.m. to 10 p.m.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFYING SESSIONS at 3:30 and 6:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, June 23 - Qualifying and sportsman time trials, 10:15 a.m. to 9 p.m.
PROFESSIONAL QUALIFYING SESSIONS at noon and 2:30 p.m.

SUNDAY, June 24 - Pre-race ceremonies, 10 a.m.
FINAL ELIMINATIONS begin at 11 a.m.

TELEVISION:
Saturday, June 23, ESPN2 and ESPN2 HD will televise two hours of qualifying highlights at 11 p.m. (ET).

Sunday, June 24, ESPN2 and ESPN 2 HD will televise NHRA Race Day, a 30-minute news magazine show, at 11 a.m. (ET).

Sunday, June 24, ESPN2 and ESPN 2 HD will televise three hours of eliminations coverage at 10 p.m. (ET).

2006 EVENT WINNERS: Rod Fuller, Top Fuel; Ron Capps, Funny Car; Jason Line, Pro Stock; Matt Smith, Pro Stock Motorcycle

TRACK RECORDS:
Top Fuel - 4.481 seconds by Doug Kalitta, May '03; 332.26 mph by Larry Dixon, June '05
Funny Car - 4.760 seconds by Tony Pedregon, May '03; 328.30 mph by Gary Scelzi, June '05
Pro Stock - 6.645 seconds by Allen Johnson, June '06; 208.17 mph by Jim Yates, June '05
Pro Stock Motorcycle - 6.997 seconds by Chip Ellis, June '06; 194.83 mph by Paul Gast, June '06


NATIONAL RECORDS:
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 (732) 446-7800. Tickets also are available online at http://www.ticketmaster.com and http://www.racewaypark.com.

GENERAL ADMISSION (includes pit pass) - Thursday: Adult, $10; Junior (6-12 years), free. Friday: Adult, $35; Junior (6-12 years), $10. Saturday: Adult, $47; Junior (6-12 years), $10. Sunday: Adult, $47; Junior (6-12 years) $10; Child (5 years and under), free in general admission and pit access areas each day.

RESERVED SEATS (includes pit pass) - Friday: Adult, $42; Junior (6-12 years), $20; Child (5 years and under), $10. Saturday: Adult, $57; Junior (6-12 years), $22; Child (5 years and under), $12. Sunday: Adult, $60; Junior (6-12 years), $25; Child (5 years and under), $15.

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