Racing in Texas

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Houston, Texas for the NHRA Spring Nationals and what a  great race it was.

Starting with Top Fuel, the ladder looked like this; #1 Leah Pritchett (3.68) vs #16 Terry Brian (4.27), #2 Brittany Force (3.70) vs #15 Terry Haddock (4.08), #3 Tony Schumacher (3.70) vs #14 Bill Litton (3.92), #4 Billy Torrence (3.73) vs #13 Kebin Kinsley (3.81), #5 Antron Brown (3.74) vs #12 Terry McMillen (3.78), #6 Clay Millican (3.74) vs #11 Mike Salinas (3.76), #7 Doug Kalitta (3.74) vs #10 Richie Crampton (3.76) and #8 Scott Palmer (3.75) vs #9 Steve Torrence (3.75). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Leah Pritchett (3.69) and Steve Torrence (3.74), Billy Torrence (3.75) and Terry McMillen (3.77), Brittany Force (3.75) and Doug Kalitta (3.73) and Tony Schumacher (3.70) and Clay Millican (4.66). The semifinals were Leah Pritchett (3.74) vs Terry McMillen (3.76) and Brittany Force (3.73) vs Tony Schumacher (3.73). The finals featured Terry McMillen (5.12) and the Amalie Motor Oil team and Brittany Force (3.76) and the Monstet Energy team. With the winner being Brittany Force (3.76). This is Brittany’s first win of the season.

Moving on we have Funny Car, where for the first time in ten years, John Force did not qualify. And the laddder looked like this; #1 Robert Hight (3.89) vs Todd Simpson (4.31), #2 Courtney Force (3.91) vs Jeff Diehl (4.15), #3 Matt Hagan (3.91) vs #14 Ron Capps (4.07), #4 Jack Beckman (3.91) vs #13 Richard Townsend (4.02), #5 Cruz Pedregon (3.91) vs #12 Del Worsham (4.01), #6 Tim Wilkerson (3.92) vs #11 Shawn Langdon (3.99), #7 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.92) vs #10 JR Todd (3.98) and #8 Jonnie Lindberg (3.92) vs #9 Bob Tasca (3.93). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Robert Hight (3.87) and Jonnie Lindberg (3.95), Jack Beckman (4.12) and Del Worsham (4.00), Jeff Diehl (4.13) and JR Todd (3.95) and Matt Hagan (3.95) and Tim Wilkerson (4.35). The semifinals were Robert Hight (3.95) vs Jack Beckman (5.28) and JR Todd (3.98) vs Tim Wilkerson (3.97). The finals featured Robert Hight (3.95) and the AAA team and JR Todd (4.01) and the DHL team. With the winner being JR Todd (3.95). This is JR’s second win of the season and his second win in a row.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Greg Anderson (6.49) vs #16 Steve Graham (6.77), #2 Jeg Coughlin (6.50) vs #15 Alan Prusiensky (6.62), #3 Tanner Gray (6.50) vs #14 John Gaydosh (6.59), #4 Vincent Nobile (6.51) vs #13 Erica Enders (6.54), #5 Jason Line (6.51) vs #12 Rodger Brogdon (6.54), #6 Chris McGaha (6.52) vs #11 Matt Hartford (6.53), #7 Drew Skillman (6.52) vs #10 Bo Butner (6.53) and #8 Deric Kramer (6.52) vs #9 Alex Laughlin (6.53). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Greg Anderson (6.53) and Alex Laughlin (7.49), Erica Enders (6.53) and Rodger Brogdon (6.56), Jeg Coughlin (6.53) and Bo Butner (6.56) and Tanner Gray (6.53) and Matt Hartford (6.53). The semifinals were Greg Anderson (6.51) vs Erica Enders (6.52) and Jeg Coughlin (6.51) vs Matt Hartford (6.53). The finals featured Erica Enders (6.56) and the Elite Motorsports team and Matt Hartford (6.56) and the Total Seal team. With the winner being Matt Hartford (6.52). This is Matt’s first career win.

The next race will be the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals April 27-29 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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Racing in Las Vegas: Four-Wide edition

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Las Vegas, Nevada for the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals and it did not disappoint. I know there are people who oppose four-wide racing and think it’s boring, but I am not one of those people. I find it exciting and think it’s amazing that four-wide on the west coast is now a reality. And the sell out this weekend tells the same story.

Starting with Top Fuel, the quads looked like this; #1 Tony Schumacher (3.76), #8 Scott Palmer (3.81), #9 Terry McMillen (3.81) and #16 Steve Chrisman (12.55). Quad #2; #4 Billy Torrence (3.77), #5 Steve Torrence (3.78), #12 Troy Buff (3.93) and #13 Clay Millican (3.98). Quad #3; #2 Antron Brown (3.77), #7 Leah Pritchett (3.79), #10 Mike Salinas (3.82) and #15 Terry Totten (4.26). Quad #4: #3 Brittany Force (3.77), #6 Doug Kalitta (3.78), #11 Richie Crampton (3.82) and #14 Terry Haddock (4.02). The semifinals were Tony Schumacher (3.89) vs Steve Chrisman (4.11) vs Clay Millican (3.74) vs Steve Torrence (3.81) and Antron Brown (3.79) vs Leah Pritchett (3.79) vs Doug Kalitta (3.81) vs Richie Crampton (3.83). The finals featured Tony Schumacher (4.29) and the US Army team vs Steve Torrence (3.76) and the Capco team vs Antron Brown (4.05) and the Matco Tools team vs Doug Kalitta (3.86) and the Mac Tools team. With the winner being Steve Torrence (3.77) followed by Tony Schumacher (3.79), Doug Kalitta (3.91) and Antron Brown (4.09). This is Steve’s second win of the season.

Next up we have Funny Car, where the quads looked like this; #1 Courtney Force (3.92), #8 Cruz Pedregon (3.99), #9 Jonnie Lindberg (3.99) and #16 Jim Campbell (4.13). Quad #2: #4 Ron Capps (3.95), #5 Robert Hight (3.96), #12 Gary Densham (4.02) and #13 Jack Beckman (4.02). Quad #3: #2 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.93), #7 Matt Hagan (3.98), #10 Tim Wilkerson (4.00) and #15 Del Worsham (4.04). Quad #4: #3 JR Todd (3.95), #6 Bob Tasca (3.96), #11 John Force (4.01) and #14 Shawn Langdon (4.04). The semifinals were Courtney Force (3.96) vs Jonnie Lindberg (4.38) vs Jack Beckman (4.08) vs Gary Densham (5.30) and Tommy Johnson Jr (4.03) vs Del Worsham (4.49) vs JR Todd (3.95) vs John Force (4.01). The finals featured Courtney Force (4.12) and the Advanced Auto Parts team vs Jack Beckman (4.01) and the Infinite Hero team vs Tommy Johnson Jr (4.00) and the Make-A-Wish team vs JR Todd (4.05) and the DHL team. With the winner being JR Todd (4.04) followed by Jack Beckman (4.05), Courtney Force (4.00) and Tommy Johnson Jr (3.98). This is JR’s first win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where this weekend their specialty race, the K&N Horsepower Challenge took place and was won for the seventh time, third in a row, by Greg Anderson so congrats to him and his team. The quads looked like this; #1 Greg Anderson (6.66), #8 Erica Enders (6.71), #9 Vincent Nobile (6.72) and #16 Joey Grose (6.91). Quad #2: #4 Chris McGaha (6.70), #5 Alex Laughlin (6.70), #12 Matt Hartford (6.74) and #13 Jeg Coughlin (6.75). Quad #3: #2 Deric Kramer (6.68), #7 Tanner Gray (6.71), #10 Shane Gray (6.73) and #15 Alan Prusiensky (6.84). Quad #4: #3 Bo Butner (6.70), #6 Jason Line (6.70), #11 Drew Skillman (6.73) and #14 Steve Graham (6.79). The semifinals were Greg Anderson (6.66) vs Vincent Nobile (6.72) vs Chris McGaha (6.65) vs Matt Hartford (6.68) and Deric Kramer (6.66) vs Drew Skillman (6.68) vs Bo Butner (6.69) vs Tanner Gray (6.67). The finals featured Chris McGaha (6.67) and the Harlow Sammons team vs Vincent Nobile (6.67) and the Mountain View Tire team vs Bo Butner (6.70) and the Jim Butner Auto team vs Deric Kramer (6.69) and the American Ethanol team. With the winner being Vincent Nobile (6.69) followed by Deric Kramer (6.67), Bo Butner (6.68) and Chris McGaha (6.66). This is Vincent’s first win of the season.

The next race will be the NHRA Spring Nationals April 20-22 in Houston, Texas.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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Racing in Florida

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Gainesville, Florida for the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals and from the first session of qualifying on Friday to the final round on Sunday there was no shortage of excitement. The biggest things being John Force had his third explosion in three races and in E2 on Sunday Matt Hagan and Robert Hight had tandem explosions and Hector Arana Jr was the first PSM rider to hit 200 MPH. If you haven’t seen any of these there are videos on the NHRA’s YouTube channel.

Starting with Top Fuel, the ladder looked like this; #1 Clay Millican (3.70) vs #16 Terry Totten (7.10), #2 Steve Torrence (3.73) vs #15 Mike Salinas (5.55), #3 Antron Brown (3.75) vs #14 Audrey Worm (5.13), #4 Tony Schumacher (3.78) vs #13 Brittany Force (5.02), #5 Pat Dakin (3.81) vs #12 Shawn Reed (4.12), #6 Leah Pritchett (3.81) vs #11 Terry Haddock (4.03), #7 Doug Kalitta (3.82) vs #10 Richie Crampton (3.94) and #8 Terry McMillen (3.83) vs #9 Scott Palmer (3.88). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Clay Millican (3.79) and Terry McMillen (3.76), Tony Schumacher (3.71) and Shawn Reed (3.83),  Mike Salinas (3.79) and Richie Crampton (3.77) and Antron Brown (5.16) and Leah Pritchett (3.73). The semifinals were Clay Millican (3.75) vs Shawn Reed (4.02) and Richie Crampton (4.41) vs Antron Brown (3.79). The finals featured Shawn Reed (4.03) and the Hughes Oilfield Transportation team and Richie Crampton (5.09) and the DHL team. With the winner being Richie Crampton (3.85). This is Richie’s first win of the season.

Next up we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Jack Beckman (3.91) vs #16 Jim Campbell (5.14), #2 Courtney Force (3.91) vs #15 John Force (4.28), #3 Robert Hight (3.91) vs #14 Dave Richards (4.13), #4 Shawn Langdon (3.92) vs #13 Gary Densham (4.08), #5 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.93) vs #12 Cruz Pedregon (4.08), #6 Matt Hagan (3.94) vs #11 Tim Wilkerson (4.00), #7 Ron Capps (3.94) vs #10 Bob Tasca (3.98) and #8 JR Todd (3.96) vs #9 Del Worsham (3.97). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Jack Beckman (3.93) and Del Worsham (4.01), Shawn Langdon (3.94) and Tommy Johnson Jr (3.99), Courtney Force (4.00) and Ron Capps (3.95) and Robert Hight (3.89) and Matt Hagan (3.97). The semifinals were Jack Beckman (3.97) vs Shawn Langdon (4.02) and Ron Capps (4.06) vs Matt Hagan (4.02). The finals featured Jack Beckman (4.47) and the Infinite Hero team and Matt Hagan (4.05) and the MOPAR team. With the winner being Jack Beckman (4.03). This is Jack’s first win of the season.

Moving on we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Greg Anderson (6.52) vs #16 Wally Stroupe (7.04), #2 Alex Laughlin (6.73) vs #15 Val Smeland (6.66), #3 Chris McGaha (6.52) vs #14 John Gaydosh (6.61), #4 Jason Line (6.53) vs #13 Alan Prusiensky (6.60), #5 Bo Butner (6.53) vs #12 Jeg Coughlin (6.58), #6 Deric Kramer (6.54) vs #11 Tanner Gray (6.57), #7 Vincent Nobile (6.54) vs #10 Kenny Delco (6.57) and #8 Drew Skillman (6.54) vs #9 Erica Enders (6.55). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Greg Anderson (6.56) and Drew Skillman (6.57), Alan Prusiensky (6.73) and Bo Butner (6.57), Val Smeland (6.73) and Vincent Nobile (6.56) and Chris McGaha (6.60) and Tanner Gray (6.57). The semifinals were Drew Skillman (6.61) vs Bo Butner (6.59) and Vincent Nobile (6.61) vs Tanner Gray (6.61). The finals featured Bo Butner (6.62) and the Jim Butner Auto team and Tanner Gray (8.31) and the Gray Motorsports team. With the winner being Tanner Gray (6.58). This is Tanner’s first win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock Motorcycle, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Andrew Hines (6.77) vs #16 Mark Paquette (6.94), #2 Eddie Krawiec (6.78) vs #15 LE Tonglet (6.92), #3 Joey Gladstone (6.79) vs #14 Hector Arana (6.91), #4 Hector Arana Jr (6.80) vs #13 Cory Reed (6.91), #5 Scotty Pollacheck (6.81) vs #12 Jim Underdahl (6.90), #6 Jerry Savoie (6.82) vs #11 Karen Stoffer (6.88), #7 Steve Johnson (6.85) vs #10 Angie Smith (6.88) and #8 Angelle Sampey (6.85) vs #9 Ryan Oehler (6.88). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Andrew Hines (6.80) and Angelle Sampey (6.90), Cory Reed (6.95) and Scotty Pollacheck (8.30), Eddie Krawiec (6.84) and Steve Johnson (6.92) and Hector Arana (6.91) and Karen Stoffer (6.93). The semifinals were Andrew Hines (6.85) vs Scotty Pollacheck (6.87) and Eddie Krawiec (6.85) vs Hector Arana (6.87). The finals featured Andrew Hines (6.86) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team and Eddie Krawiec (6.85) and the Vance and Hines Harley Davidson team. With the winner being Eddie Krawiec (6.82). This is Eddie’s first win of the season and he now has more wins at Gainesville than any other PSM rider.

The next race will be the Denso Spark Plugs NHRA Four-Wide Nationals April 6-8 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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Racing in Arizona

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Phoenix, Arizona for the NHRA Arizona Nationals and it was a crazy race. There were firsts, a crazy pedal fest and a crash that took everyone’s breath away. On the note of the crash, it involved John Force and Jonnie Lindberg, if you haven’t seen it and want to it is on the NHRA’s YouTube channel and I’m glad that they are both alright.

Starting with Top Fuel, the ladder looked like this; #1 Tony Schumacher, who set the new speed record 336.57 mph, (3.64) vs #16 Greg Carrillo (4.22), #2 Steve Torrence (3.65) vs #15 Steve Chrisman (4.08), #3 Clay Millican (3.66) vs #14 Brittany Force (3.82), #4 Leah Pritchett (3.67) vs #13 Troy Buff (3.80), #5 Richie Crampton (3.68) vs #12 Scott Palmer (3.78), #6 Billy Torrence (3.69) vs #11 Doug Kalitta (3.74), #7 Blake Alexander (3.70) vs #10 Terry McMillen (3.74) and #8 Antron Brown (3.71) vs #9 Mike Salinas (3.73). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Greg Carrillo, who adds his name to the list of people who have gotten their first ever round win by beating Tony Schumacher, (4.22) and Antron Brown (8.75), Leah Pritchett (3.67) and Scott Palmer (3.76), Steve Torrence (3.70) and Blake Alexander (3.84) and Brittany Force (3.73) and Billy Torrence (6.57). The semifinals were Greg Carrillo (4.05) vs Scott Palmer (3.84) and Steve Torrence (3.69) vs Billy Torrence (3.72). The finals featured Scott Palmer (3.85) and the CatSpot team and Steve Torrence (3.72) and the Capco team. With the winner being Steve Torrence (3.72). This is Steve’s first win of the season.

Moving on to Funny Car, the ladder looked like this; #1 Courtney Force (3.82) vs #16 Del Worsham (5.08), #2 Ron Capps (3.84) vs #15 Tim Wilkerson (4.55), #3 Jack Beckman (3.84) vs #14 Richard Townsend (4.24), #4 John Force (3.86) vs #13 Jeff Diehl (4.12), #5 Jonnie Lindberg (3.86) vs #12 Bob Tasca (3.97), #6 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.87) vs #11 Robert Hight (3.92), #7 Cruz Pedregon (3.88) vs #10 Shawn Langdon (3.92) and #8 JR Todd (3.91) vs #9 Matt Hagan (3.92). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Courtney Force (4.33) and Matt Hagan (3.91), John Force (5.71) and Jonnie Lindberg (4.61), Ron Capps (3.90) and Shawn Langdon (3.96) and Richard Townsend (5.50) and Tommy Johnson Jr (4.71). The semifinals were Courtney Force (3.96), she received a single run, and Shawn Langdon (3.92) vs Tommy Johnson Jr (4.45). The finals featured Courtney Force (3.93) and the Advanced Auto Parts team and Tommy Johnson Jr (3.91) and the Make-A-Wish team. With the winner being Courtney Force (3.83). This is Courtney’s first win of the season.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Deric Kramer, his first career number one qualifier, (6.52) vs #16 Alan Prusiensky (6.66), #2 Erica Enders (6.52) vs #15 Steve Graham (6.65), #3 Alex Laughlin (6.52) vs #14 Val Smeland (6.64), #4 Greg Anderson (6.53) vs #14 Kenny Delco (6.58), #5 Jason Line (6.53) vs #12 Vincent Nobile (6.56), #6 Bo Butner (6.53) vs #11 Jeg Coughlin (6.55), #7 Chris McGaha (6.53) vs #10 Tanner Gray (6.55) and #8 Matt Hartford (6.54) vs #9 Drew Skillman (6.55). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Deric Kramer (6.67) and Drew Skillman (6.53), Greg Anderson (6.55) and Jason Line (6.55), Erica Enders (6.56) and Chris McGaha (6.55) and Alex Laughlin (6.62) and Jeg Coughlin (6.57). The semifinals were Deric Kramer (6.54) vs Jason Line (6.54) and Chris McGaha (6.56) vs Alex Laughlin (6.57). The finals featured Jason Line (6.55) and the Summit Racing Equipment team and Chris McGaha (6.56) and the Harlow Sammons team. With the winner being Chris McGaha (6.52). This is Chris’s first win of the season.

The next race will be Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals, March 15-18 in Gainesville, Florida.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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Racing in Pomona: 2018 season opener

Hi everyone,

We’re back! This weeks race took us to Pomona, California for the Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals, the first race of the year and it did not disappoint. There were explosions, record numbers and an unfortunate crash. And on that note, I would like to wish Brittany Force a speedy recovery.

Starting with Top Fuel, and with 14 cars, the ladder looked like this; #1 Clay Millican set the new national ET record with a 3.628 and he faced #14 Steve Chrisman (8.06). #2 Brittany Force (3.67) vs #13 Terry Haddock (4.13), #3 Steve Torrence (3.67) vs #12 Steve Faria (4.08), #4 Leah Pritchett (3.68) vs #11 Scott Palmer (3.79), #5 Doug Kalitta (3.70) vs #10 Richie Crampton (3.78), #6 Antron Brown (3.71) vs #9 Mike Salinas (3.74) and #7 Terry McMillen (3.72) vs #8 Tony Schumacher (3.73). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Clay Millican (3.70), Scott Palmer (6.48) and Doug Kalitta (4.12), Terry Haddock (6.01) and Tony Schumacher (3.69) and Steve Torrence (3.71) and Antron Brown (4.33). The semifinals were Clay Millican (9.97) vs Doug Kalitta (3.76) and Tony Schumacher (3.71) vs Antron Brown (3.75). The finals featured Doug Kalitta (3.86) and the MAC Tools team and Tony Schumacher (3.71) and the US Army team. With the winner being Doug Kalitta (3.77).

Next we have Funny Car, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Matt Hagan (3.82) vs #16 Jim Campbell (4.05), #2 Robert Hight (3.85) vs #15 Jeff Diehl (4.05), #3 Jack Beckman (3.86) vs #14 Bob Tasca (3.98), #4 Courtney Force (3.87) vs #13 Jonnie Lindberg (3.95), #5 Ron Capps (3.88) vs #12 Shawn Langdon (3.94), #6 Tim Wilkerson (3.88) vs #11 Del Worsham (3.94), #7 JR Todd (3.90) vs #10 John Force (3.93) and #8 Cruz Pedregon (3.92) vs #9 Tommy Johnson Jr (3.93). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Matt Hagan (3.90) and Cruz Pedregon (4.36), Jonnie Lindberg (4.43) and Ron Capps (4.83), Robert Hight (3.86) and J.R. Todd (3.99) and Jack Beckman (3.90) and Tim Wilkerson (4.03). The semifinals were Matt Hagan (3.95) vs Ron Capps (4.00) and Robert Hight (3.93) vs Jack Beckman (3.90). The finals featured Matt Hagan (3.93) and the MOPAR team and Robert Hight (3.89) and the AAA team. With the winner being Matt Hagan (3.82). This was also the quickest side by side race in Funny Car history.

And finally we have Pro Stock, where the ladder looked like this; #1 Vincent Nobile (6.52) vs #16 Alan Prusiensky (6.73), #2 Drew Skillman (6.54) vs #15 Joey Grose (6.69), #3 Greg Anderson (6.55) vs #14 Val Smeland (6.69), #4 Jason Line (6.55) vs #13 Kenny Delco (6.62), #5 Alex Laughlin (6.55) vs #12 Steve Graham (6.62), #6 Bo Butner (6.56) vs #11 Tanner Gray (6.59), #7 Erica Enders (6.57) vs #10 Jeg Coughlin (6.59) and #8 Deric Kramer (6.58) vs #9 Chris McGaha (6.58). The winners and who they would face in the second round were Vincent Nobile (6.58) and Deric Kramer (6.56), Jason Line (6.54) and Alex Laughlin (6.57), Drew Skillman (6.56) and Erica Enders (6.59) and Greg Anderson (6.56) and Bo Butner (6.55). The semifinals were Deric Kramer (6.58) vs Jason Line (6.58) and Erica Enders (6.59) vs Bo Butner (6.56). The finals featured Jason Line (16.79) and the Summit Racing Equipment team and Bo Butner (6.59) and the Jim Butner Auto team. With the winner being Bo Butner (6.54). The reigning champ is off to a great start defending his title.

The next race will be the NHRA Arizona Nationals, February 23-25 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Until next time, congrats to all the winners and I can’t wait for the next race :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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No post today

Hi everyone,

For anyone who has been reading and following along with my Blogmas posts, there will not be one today. I’m in far too much pain to write anything. So days 12 and 13 will be posted tomorrow.

Thanks for understanding :).

-K

 

Racing in Pomona- Champion edition

Hi everyone,

This weeks race took us to Pomona, California for the Auto Club NHRA Finals, the last race of the season and the champions were crowned. If you want to read about the race in detail, see my previous post. In this one I’m going to talk about each class champion and the season they had.

Top Fuel Champion: Brittany Force

Team and Sponsor: John Force Racing and Monster Energy

Wins this season: 4

Championship: 1, this is her first and this makes Brittany the second woman ever to win the Top Fuel World Championshp. The other was Shirley Muldowney.

Funny Car Champion: Robert Hight

Team and Sponsor: John Force Racing and AAA

Wins this season: 4

Championships: 2

*John Force Racing double up

Pro Stock Champion: Bo Butner

Team and Sponsor: Bo Butner Racing and Jim Butner Auto

Wins this season: 5

Championships: 1, this is his first

Pro Stock Motorcycle Champion: Eddie Krawiec

Team and Sponsor: Vance and Hines and Harley Davidson

Wins this season: 7

Championships: 4

If you want to congratulate any of the champions, here are their Twitter handles:

Brittany Force: @BrittanyForce

Robert Hight: @roberthight7000

Bo Butner: @BoKnowsRacing

Eddie Krawiec: @EddieKrawiec

Until next time, huge congrats to the champs and it’s been a great season :).

-K

Twitter: @KSagerson

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