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Firebird Raceway

Arizona Nationals

CHANDLER, Ariz. --

(A Friday gallery is here)

(A Saturday gallery is here)

Sunday Eliminations

CHANDLER, Ariz.

(Bob Snyder photos)


Jack Beckman raced to his third Firebird International Raceway win and took over the Funny Car points lead as racing came to a close Sunday at the NHRA Arizona Nationals.
Larry Dixon, Vincent Nobile and Hector Arana Jr. were also winners in their respective categories at the fourth of six races in the NHRA Full Throttle Countdown to the Championship, the six-race playoffs to determine the world championships.

Beckman powered his Aaron’s / Valvoline Dodge Charger to a 4.354-second run at 278.29 mph in the final round to get the victory over fellow Don Schumacher Racing teammate Johnny Gray. The win, his second consecutive in Phoenix and 12th of his career, moved Beckman into the points lead for the first time in his career.

“It’s hard to digest everything that happened here today,” said Beckman. “I’ve always said I want to control our destiny on the racetrack, but being three rounds behind with 12 left, (Mike) Neff and (Matt) Hagan had to lose relatively early to put us back in the hunt, and you can never bet on that because those are two phenomenal teams. For everything to happen the way it happened today, I’m not so gratified that I’m the points leader, I’m gratified that we got ourselves back into the championship hunt. It’s going to be interesting.”


Beckman’s teammate and points leader entering this event, Hagan, moved into the second spot in the standings with his second round finish, five points out of the lead. Regular season points leader Neff moved to the third spot in the standings with his first round loss to John Force Racing teammate Robert Hight.

Defending Top Fuel world champion Dixon held off Antron Brown in the final round to collect his second win of the season. Dixon drove his Al-Anabi Racing dragster to a 3.955 at 307.37 run en route to his third win in five final round appearances at Firebird International Raceway. The win also moved Dixon to the second spot in the standings, 20 points behind the leader.

“It’s been a long time since we won,” said Dixon. “You never know when you’re going to get the next one. Antron does such a great job in the car, and (his crew chiefs) Brian (Corradi) and Mark (Oswald) had their car running really well. Obviously, (my crew chiefs) Jason (McCulloch) and Ronnie (Thompson) didn’t take them lightly. We made our best run in the final round, we needed every bit of it. It was really nice to go some rounds today and get back in this points deal. It’s nice to win, but to have a shot at a championship is a big deal, a really big deal.”


Though Brown was unable to hold on for the race win, his final round appearance moved him into the points lead while teammate Spencer Massey dropped to third in the standings after he failed to qualify for the event. Regular season points leader Del Worsham sits fourth in the standings after his second round appearance.

In Pro Stock, rookie driver Nobile held off fellow Dodge driver Allen Johnson in the final round to secure his third race win of the season. Nobile powered his Mountain View Tire Dodge Avenger to a 6.678 at 208.30 and posted a reaction time of .009 to beat Johnson on a holeshot. The win moved Nobile up to the third spot in the point standings.

“This is huge,” said Nobile. “We definitely struggled in the last two races; going out in the first round. Which really hurts, especially in the Countdown. Our team kept their heads up, I kept my head up. I knew we could do it and we proved it today. They supplied me with a fast car, a consistent car for four rounds, and I did my job. It just proves that if you keep your head up that you can win races.”


In Pro Stock Motorcycle Arana Jr. raced to his second consecutive win and third of the season after he posted a perfect reaction time of .000 in the final round of the race. Arana powered his Lucas Oil Buell to a 6.884 at 194.30 past points leader Eddie Krawiec to collect the win in his third straight final round appearance. With the win, Arana Jr. sits 10 points behind leader Krawiec.

“I’m living a dream,” said Arana Jr., who along with Nobile is one of the candidates for the Auto Club Road to the Future Award. “This is amazing. I couldn’t have thought of or imagined this. I really feel like I perform well when it comes down to the wire and the pressure is on me. And I feel like it gives me that extra edge, the energy and the drive to win.”

The next stop in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series is the Big O Tires NHRA Nationals, Oct. 27-30 at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Sunday's final results from the 27th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals at Firebird International Raceway. The race is the 20th of 22 in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series


Top Fuel -- Larry Dixon, 3.955 seconds, 307.37 mph def. Antron Brown, 3.967 seconds, 302.08 mph.

Funny Car -- Jack Beckman, Dodge Charger, 4.354, 278.29 def. Johnny Gray, Charger, 5.870, 120.67.

Pro Stock -- Vincent Nobile, Dodge Avenger, 6.678, 208.30 def. Allen Johnson, Avenger, 6.655, 209.49.

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.884, 194.30 def. Eddie Krawiec, Harley-Davidson, 6.944, 194.27.

Nostalgia Nitro Funny Car Jason Rupert Camaro 5.73/252 def. Tim Boychuk 77 Tran Am smoked the tires.

Super Stock -- Ryan McClanahan, Chevy Cobalt, 9.905, 100.51 def. Peter Biondo, Pontiac Firebird, foul.

Stock Eliminator -- Randi Lyn Shipp, Pontiac Firebird, 10.809, 119.78 def. Brian McClanahan, Chevy Camaro, 10.133, 130.42.

Super Comp -- Steve Williams, Dragster, 8.898, 185.38 def. Donny Toia, Dragster, 8.893, 173.81.

Super Gas -- Steve Casner, Chevy Cavalier, 9.918, 164.39 def. Jimmy Lewis, Chevy Corvette, 9.918, 158.17.

Super Street -- Chris De Pascale, Chevy Nova, 10.945, 128.36 def. Ryan Giacone, ford Thunderbird, 10.892, 144.74.

Top Dragster -- Tony Jardino, Dragster, 6.828, 196.39 def. Chuck Phelps, Dragster, 7.249, 178.59.

Top Sportsman -- Ray Martin, Chevy, 8.346, 113.30 def. Darryn O'Connor, Chevy Cavalier, broke.


 

Saturday Final qualifying

Top Fuel points leader Spencer Massey failed to make the field Saturday when qualifying came to an end at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Firebird Int'l Raceway.

Larry Dixon, Cruz Pedregon, Mike Edwards, and Hector Arana Jr. raced to the No. 1 qualifying positions in their respective categories at the 20th of 22 events in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series and the fourth of six races in the NHRA Full Throttle Countdown to the Championship, the six-race playoffs to determine the world championships.

Massey, who held a 65-points lead over the competition entering the event, was unable to race his FRAM dragster in to the field Saturday during qualifying. It was Massey’s second career DNQ and came on the third to final race of the season.

“It seems like from the first run to the last run, the car was wanting to run like it was at Maple Grove Raceway,” said Massey. “Obviously, it hurts us tremendously because if we would have qualified, we could get more points, we could’ve gone some rounds, and had a shot for winning the race, which would have helped us out tremendously in the points. Now, this is just going to bunch everybody back up. We’re not going to have a 60-points lead. We might lose our points lead, and that’s just the name of the game. Sometimes it’s a drag, and sometimes it’s a race, and we got the drag end of the deal this time.”


Dixon was able to keep his Al-Anabi Racing dragster at the top of the Top Fuel field with his Friday night run of 3.919-seconds at 303.84 mph. It is the third No. 1 qualifier of the season for Dixon and 51st of his career.

“I’m feeling good, as good as you can feel on a Saturday night,” said Dixon. “I’m not looking down the road, I’m thinking about getting our car prepared, getting a good night sleep, and going out there and trying to win the first round. It’s not as hot as it was in Dallas, but it’s hot, and that puts a lot of pressure on the teams and the crew chiefs to calm the cars down and get them down the track. The track surface is great; it’s the track temperature that makes it hard on the teams. We got ourselves in this position [fourth in points], and we can certainly get ourselves out of it, and having a good day tomorrow would certainly help the cause.”

Second-place driver in the point standings Antron Brown qualified in the sixth spot in the field, and third-place driver in the standings Del Worsham took the third spot in Top Fuel.

Pedregon held on to his top spot in Funny Car with his Friday night run of 4.215 at 296.37 in his Snap-on Tools Toyota Camry. It was Pedregon’s sixth No. 1 qualifier of the season, 45th of his career, and second in the Countdown to the Championship, with his last coming in Dallas.

“We’re just going to try to be steady,” said Pedregon. “That last run was important to us because the car did what we asked it to. It actually dropped a cylinder at the 330 mark, so we’ll go back and fix that, but we have a great car. We missed it on our first run today, but we’ve made three solid runs. We were second quickest that session, even with a cylinder out, so we’re looking good. We’re just going to go out there and try to be steady like we always do. We’re going to have to be on our toes, but I like our chances.”

By qualifying fourth and earning four bonus points, Mike Neff moved back into the series lead in Funny Car, and Matt Hagan qualified sixth in the field in his DieHard Dodge Charger and now trails Neff by three points heading into Sunday’s 11 a.m. eliminations. Countdown contender Ron Capps was unable to qualify for the field, ending the longest current consecutive races qualifying streak in the category.


In Pro Stock, Edwards kept his Penhall/Interstate Batteries Pontiac GXP in the top spot on Saturday with a run of 6.617 at a track record speed of 210.28. It was his fourth No. 1 qualifier of the season, 38th of his career, and third straight No. 1 qualifier at Firebird Int'l Raceway.

“We ran good this morning, but we’re still struggling off the starting line,” said Edwards. “We just haven’t got it figured out, and we’re a little bit concerned about that. We didn’t get down [the track in the second session], so we’re definitely scratching our heads. We feel good about how good we can run if we make a decent run off the starting line.”

In Pro Stock Motorcycle Arana Jr. put down an impressive run to take the top spot away from points leader Eddie Krawiec. Arana rode his Lucas Oil Buell to a 6.889 at 195.31 to set a track record for time and speed and collect his sixth No. 1 qualifier of the season and third straight No. 1 qualifier in the Countdown to the Championship.

“Even if we had another run on Friday night, I knew that we had the horsepower that showed in the back half [to get the No. 1 qualifying spot],” said Arana. “We just had to get the clutch package together, and that’s what we did this morning. We got it to hook up, ran a 1.06 60-footer, and everything else came together for the 6.88. I honestly didn’t think we were going to run a .88, but we did, and we’re really very proud of that.”

 

Top Fuel

1. Cruz Pedregon Snap-On Solara 4.215 296.37
2. Jim Head Head Racing Solara 4.238 289.07
3. Johnny Gray Service Central Charger 4.240 285.83
4. Mike Neff Ford Drive One Mustang 4.251 288.70
5. Jack Beckman Aaron's/Valvoline Charger 4.279 284.56
6. Matt Hagan DieHard Charger 4.294 282.19
7. Tim Wilkerson Levi Ray & Shoup Mustang 4.315 283.91
8. Alexis DeJoria Tequila Patron Solara 4.320 274.27
9. Bob Tasca III Motorcraft/Quick Lane Mustang 4.322 282.72
10. Paul Lee Jim Dunn/Rislone/Bars Leaks Im 4.335 287.17
11. Todd Lesenko Jolly Rogers Charger 4.342 282.48
12. John Force Castrol GTX Mustang 4.352 278.00
13. Robert Hight Auto Club Mustang 4.356 278.46
14. Melanie Troxel In & Out Solara 4.364 275.90
15. Jeff Diehl J.G. Parks & Son Monte Carlo 4.369 268.60
16. Jeff Arend DHL Solara 4.411 276.80
--------- Not Qualified ---------
17. Tony Pedregon Herzog Impala SS 4.593 218.27
18. Ron Capps NAPA Charger 4.618 266.58

Funny Car

1. Larry Dixon Al-Anabi Racing Dragster 3.919 303.84
2. Tony Schumacher U.S. Army Dragster 3.921 301.27
3. Del Worsham Al-Anabi Racing Dragster 3.936 291.13
4. Troy Buff Bill Miller Racing/Okuma Drags 3.954 302.75
5. Brandon Bernstein Copart Dragster 3.985 298.27
6. Antron Brown Matco Tools Dragster 3.988 297.22
7. Rod Fuller Yas Marinia Circuit Dragster 4.007 300.20
8. Doug Kalitta Technicoat Dragster 4.012 293.98
9. Bob Vandergriff C&J Energy Services Dragster 4.012 287.35
10. Shawn Langdon Lucas Oil/Speedco Dragster 4.014 295.59
11. David Grubnic Candlewood Suites Dragster 4.027 295.21
12. Cory McClenathan Santo's Cranes Dragster 4.035 296.70
13. Steve Torrence Capco Racing Dragster 4.062 286.19
14. Dom Lagana Lucas Oil Dragster 4.068 291.13
15. Mike Strasburg ProComp Electronis Dragster 4.099 284.75
16. Terry McMillen Amalie Oil/UNOH Dragster 4.131 253.33
--------- Not Qualified ---------
17. Spencer Massey FRAM/Prestone Dragster 4.422 243.50
18. Morgan Lucas GEICO/Lucas Oil Dragster 4.431 195.65
19. Chris Karamesines Lucas Oil Dragster 4.646 282.90

Pro Stock

1. Mike Edwards Penhall/K&N/Interstate GXP 6.617 210.28&
2. Jason Line Summit Racing Equipment GXP 6.620 208.55
3. Greg Anderson Summit Racing Equipment GXP 6.635 208.26
4. Erica Enders ZaZa Energy Cobalt 6.638 208.33
5. Ron Krisher Valvoline GXP 6.640 208.26
6. Allen Johnson Mopar/J & J Racing Avenger 6.646 209.26
7. Ronnie Humphrey Genuine Hot Rod Hardware GXP 6.650 207.53
8. Vincent Nobile Mountain View Tire Avenger 6.658 208.33
9. Larry Morgan Lucas Oil/Summit Mustang 6.662 207.34
10. Rodger Brogdon The Edge GXP 6.668 206.86
11. Greg Stanfield Nitro Fish GXP 6.671 207.53
12. Steve Kent Kent Trucking & Services GXP 6.677 207.30
13. Kurt Johnson Total Seal GXP 6.693 207.40
14. V. Gaines Kendall Oil Avenger 6.694 207.43
15. Shane Gray Service Central GXP 6.712 206.92
16. Warren Johnson K&N Filters GXP 6.714 207.50
--------- Not Qualified ---------
17. Gordie Rivera Gordies Speed Center GXP 6.822 202.33
18. Grace Howell Cunningham Sand & Gravel Musta 7.471 149.12

Pro Stock Motorcycle

1. Hector Arana Jr Lucas Oil Buell 6.889 195.31
2. Hector Arana Lucas Oil Buell 6.937 194.52
3. Eddie Krawiec Screamin' Eagle/Vance & Hines 6.939 194.55
4. Matt Smith Matt Smith Racing Buell 6.954 192.03
5. Karen Stoffer Geico Suzuki 6.970 191.97
6. Mike Berry Varoom/ LAT Racing Oil Buell 6.991 190.65
7. Angie Smith Matt Smith Racing Buell 7.000 190.24
8. Andrew Hines Screamin' Eagle/Vance & Hines 7.013 192.36
9. LE Tonglet Nitro Fish Suzuki 7.024 189.87
10. Jerry Savoie SAF & Motorcycles Specalties S 7.030 190.75
11. Steve Johnson Steve Johnson Racing Suzuki 7.051 192.49
12. Justin Finley Nextlevel Suzuki 7.051 192.28
13. Michael Phillips The Edge Suzuki 7.061 193.10
14. Jim Underdahl Suzuki Extended Protection Suz 7.069 191.32
15. Matt Guidera Rocklin Motorsports Buell 7.099 187.13
16. David Hope VRoom Racing Buell 7.115 187.78
--------- Not Qualified ---------
17. Shawn Gann Dirt World Nation Buell 7.117 187.03
18. Bailey Whitaker Rum Bum Buell 7.128 187.60
19. Joe DeSantis Gruene Harley-Davidson Suzuki 7.129 189.04
20. Freddie Camarena DMT/NEC/Speed Energy Suzuki 7.196 186.98
21. Redell Harris No Limit Racing Buell 7.220 187.11
22. James Surber Kosman Specialties Buell 7.221 185.28
23. Katie Sullivan K&N/Girls for a Change Suzuki 7.233 186.15
24. Wesley Wells Kendall Suzuki 7.386 181.74


 

Friday qualifying

The action was real Hot on Friday

Cory Mac had a fuel line come off just off the starting line.


Cruz Pedregon raced to the provisional top spot in Funny Car Friday night at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Phoenix International Raceway.


Larry Dixon, Mike Edwards and Eddie Krawiec were also provisional No. 1 qualifiers in their respective categories at the 20th of 22 events in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series and the fourth of six races in the NHRA Full Throttle Countdown to the Championship, the six-race playoffs to determine the world championships.

Pedregon took the provisional top spot in the field on the final qualifying session of the evening when he drove his Snap-on Tools Toyota Camry to a 4.215-second run at 296.37 mph. If it stands it would be his sixth No. 1 qualifier of the season, 45th of his career and second in Phoenix.

“We were a little nervous going up there because we had kind of missed it a little in the first run, even though we were fourth,” said Pedregon. “The car does it on its own, so we’re just trying to stay out of its way. The track is tricky. It has its own personality. Not all the tracks are the same. But that’s good because otherwise one team could set up its car just one way and dominate.”



Funny Car points leader Matt Hagan sits in the provisional fifth position in the field, while second-place driver in the points Mike Neff is in the third provisional spot. Defending event winner Jack Beckman currently sits in the provisional fourth spot.

Dixon raced his Al-Anabi Racing dragster to the top of the Top Fuel field with a run of 3.919 at 303.84. If it stands it would be his third No. 1 qualifier of the season, third at Phoenix International Raceway and 51st of his career.

“The track tightened up for all the teams, and that’s why the numbers picked up quite a bit for the fuel cars,” said Dixon. “In the first session the track was obviously very hot, but not hotter than we’ve seen before, like three weeks ago in Dallas. It’s just a matter of making the adjustments for the ambient temperature, water grains, and (crew chief) Jason McCulloch and (assistant crew chief) Ronnie Thompson did a great job. They put a good number on the board, and it stuck.”



Top Fuel points leader Spencer Massey sits in the provisional 16th spot after two qualifying sessions while second-place driver in the points Antron Brown sits in the provisional ninth spot.

In Pro Stock, Edwards powered his Penhall/Interstate Batteries Pontiac GXP to the provisional top spot in Pro Stock with a run of 6.642 at 209.10. Though he posted the same time as points leader Jason Line, Edwards faster speed put the 2009 world champion in the provisional No. 1 qualifying position. If it stands, it would be his fourth No. 1 qualifier of the season, 38th of his career and third straight No. 1 qualifier at Phoenix International Raceway.

“We always seem to run better with warmer track conditions,” said Edwards. “I don’t know why that is. We do most of our testing in our home state of Oklahoma, where the weather is usually pretty warm, but I’m not sure that’s the reason. Today’s run was good, but it wasn’t perfect. I think that we left a little bit on the track, and I think several of the other teams did so as well.”


Krawiec rode his Screamin’ Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson to the top of the field in Pro Stock Motorcycle with a run of 6.939 at 193.63. If it stands, it would be Krawiec’s fourth No. 1 qualifier of the season and 10th of his career.

“It was important for me to get down the track with two really good laps,” said Krawiec. “We were a little bit nervous coming into this race, in the middle of the Countdown, with very little data for this track at this time of the year. That’s where you have to really rely on data from past years.”

Qualifying will continue tomorrow will sessions at 11:15 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Eliminations will begin Sunday at 11 a.m.

Top Fuel

 

1 1 Larry Dixon, Brownsburg IN, Hadman-TFX 3.919 303.84 303.84
2 2 Tony Schumacher, Brownsburg IN, DSR-TFX 3.921 301.27 301.27
3 99 Del Worsham, Chino Hills CA, Hadman-TFX 3.936 291.13 291.13
4 497 Troy Buff, Carson City NV, BME-BAE 3.954 302.75 302.75
5 7 Brandon Bernstein, Fairview TX, McKinney-TFX 3.985 298.27 298.27
6 552 Rod Fuller, Las Vegas NV, Hadman-TFX 4.007 300.20 300.20
7 22 Doug Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 4.012 293.98 293.98
8 12 Bob Vandergriff, Alpharetta GA, Hadman-TFX 4.012 266.53 287.35
9 4 Antron Brown, Brownsburg IN, DSR-TFX 4.065 268.54 268.54
10 142 Dom Lagana, Scarsdale NY, Hadman-BAE 4.068 278.52 278.52
11 3516 Terry McMillen, Elkhart IN, McKinney-TFX 4.131 253.33 253.33
12 5 Shawn Langdon, Brownsburg IN, Hadman-TFX 4.171 229.74 229.74

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

13 323 Chris Karamesines, Chicago IL, McKinney-TFX 4.242 282.90 282.90
14 72 Mike Strasburg, Lindon UT, Hadman-TFX 4.347 216.17 216.17
15 34 Morgan Lucas, Brownsburg IN, Hadman-TFX 4.740 195.65 195.65
16 421 Spencer Massey, Fort Worth TX, DSR-TFX 6.501 91.05 91.05
17 44 David Grubnic, Ypsilanti MI, Attac-TFX 7.216 90.70 90.70
18 3 Cory McClenathan, Brownsburg IN, Hadman-TFX 11.323 67.80 67.80

 

Funny Car

1 71 Cruz Pedregon, Brownsburg IN, '10 Solara 4.215 296.37 296.37
2 388 Jim Head, Columbus OH, '10 Solara 4.238 289.07 289.07
3 7701 Mike Neff, Yorba Linda CA, '11 Mustang 4.251 287.23 287.23
4 4 Jack Beckman, Norco CA, '10 Charger 4.279 284.45 284.45
5 2814 Matt Hagan, Brownsburg IN, '10 Charger 4.294 264.55 275.34
6 31 Johnny Gray, Artesia NM, '11 Charger 4.310 277.49 277.49
7 10 Tim Wilkerson, Springfield IL, '11 Mustang 4.315 283.91 283.91
8 771 Alexis DeJoria, Venice CA, '11 Solara 4.320 274.27 274.27
9 5 Bob Tasca III, Cranston RI, '11 Mustang 4.322 282.72 282.72
10 116 Paul Lee, Anaheim CA, '10 Impala SS 4.335 287.17 287.17
11 7130 Todd Lesenko, St. Albert AB, '10 Charger 4.342 282.48 282.48
12 8 Robert Hight, Yorba Linda CA, '11 Mustang 4.368 278.46 278.46

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

13 170 Jeff Arend, San Dimas CA, '10 Solara 4.376 276.80 276.80
14 507 Melanie Troxel, Duluth GA, '10 Solara 4.405 234.98 234.98
15 9 Tony Pedregon, Brownsburg IN, '10 Impala SS 4.456 214.45 214.45
16 1 John Force, Yorba Linda CA, '11 Mustang 4.959 242.54 242.54
17 719 Jeff Diehl, Salinas CA, '06 Monte Carlo 5.819 123.69 123.69
18 28 Ron Capps, Carlsbad CA, '10 Charger 6.372 108.12 108.12

Pro Stock

1 3 Mike Edwards, Coweta OK, '09 GXP 6.642 209.10 209.10
2 5 Jason Line, Mooresville NC, '09 GXP 6.642 207.11 207.21
3 154 Vincent Nobile, Dix Hills NY, '11 Avenger 6.658 208.33 208.33
4 8 Ron Krisher, Warren OH, '09 GXP 6.658 207.56 207.75
5 1 Greg Anderson, Mooresville NC, '09 GXP 6.662 207.53 207.53
6 2062 Ronnie Humphrey, Jacksonville NC, '09 GXP 6.666 206.57 206.57
7 357 Larry Morgan, Newark OH, '11 Mustang 6.669 207.05 207.18
8 48 Erica Enders, New Orleans LA, '10 Cobalt 6.691 207.94 207.94
9 6 Allen Johnson, Greeneville TN, '11 Avenger 6.696 209.20 209.20
10 21 Kurt Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '09 GXP 6.708 207.40 207.40
11 4 Shane Gray, Denver NC, '09 GXP 6.712 206.92 206.92
12 208 Warren Johnson, Sugar Hill GA, '09 GXP 6.714 207.50 207.50

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

13 9 Rodger Brogdon, Tomball TX, '09 GXP 6.722 206.54 206.54
14 2 Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '09 GXP 6.723 206.48 206.48
15 55 V. Gaines, Lakewood CO, '11 Avenger 6.742 207.02 207.02
16 752 Gordie Rivera, Yuma AZ, '09 GXP 6.861 201.82 201.94
17 452 Steve Kent, Lottie LA, '09 GXP 14.921 55.68 55.68
18 204 Grace Howell, Aiken SC, '11 Mustang 23.253 26.24 26.24

Pro Stock Motorcycle

1 3 Eddie Krawiec, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 6.939 193.63 193.63
2 300 Hector Arana Jr, Milltown IN, Buell XB9R 6.959 195.31 195.31
3 5 Hector Arana, Milltown IN, Buell XB9R 6.991 191.70 192.30
4 4 Matt Smith, King NC, Buell XB9R 6.994 189.71 190.19
5 2 Andrew Hines, Brownsburg IN, Harley V-Rod 7.015 190.97 191.84
6 8 Karen Stoffer, Gardnerville NV, Suzuki TL1000R 7.018 191.97 191.97
7 401 Jerry Savoie, Cut Off LA, Suzuki TL1000R 7.046 190.75 190.75
8 77 Angie Smith, King NC, Buell XB9R 7.055 190.24 190.24
9 7 Michael Phillips, Baton Rouge LA, Suzuki GSXR 7.068 192.49 193.10
10 1 LE Tonglet, Metairie LA, Suzuki GSXR 7.081 188.31 188.31
11 1680 Justin Finley, Stamford CT, Suzuki GSXR 7.083 190.81 190.81
12 205 Shawn Gann, Stoneville NC, Buell XB9R 7.117 187.03 187.03

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

13 533 Jim Underdahl, Forest Lake MN, Suzuki TL1000R 7.118 189.71 189.71
14 25 Matt Guidera, Loomis CA, Buell XB9R 7.134 186.07 186.07
15 69 Bailey Whitaker, Ft. Lauderdale FL, Buell XB9R 7.156 187.50 187.50
16 573 Mike Berry, Littleton CO, Buell XB9R 7.171 187.44 187.44
17 6 Steve Johnson, Irondale AL, Suzuki TL1000R 7.200 188.78 188.91
18 42 James Surber, Whitethorn CA, Buell XB9R 7.229 185.28 185.28
19 32 Freddie Camarena, Placentia CA, Suzuki GSXR 7.232 186.85 186.85
20 457 Redell Harris, Prairieville LA, Buell XB9R 7.245 186.87 186.87
21 310 Joe DeSantis, Rootstown OH, Suzuki GSXR 7.290 184.98 185.97
22 371 Wesley Wells, Greenwood IN, Suzuki GSXR 7.304 181.74 181.74
23 745 Katie Sullivan, Corning CA, Suzuki GSXR 7.308 186.15 186.15

Nostalgia Funny Car

1 766 Jason Rupert, Yorba Linda CA, '69 Camaro 5.725 245.45 245.45
2 6143 Mark Hentges, Federal Way WA, '78 Arrow 5.857 236.05 236.05
3 666 Tim Boychuk, Scottsdale AZ, '78 Firebird 5.899 238.68 238.68
4 7917 Brad Thompson, Visalia CA, '70 Nova 5.969 235.02 235.02
5 400 Mike Savage, Tucson AZ, '70 Barracuda 6.076 226.62 226.62
6 709 James Day, Mission Vijeo CA, '78 Camaro 6.091 211.13 211.13
7 7800 John Powers, Phoenix AZ, '72 Arrow 6.585 218.62 218.62

 

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