2013 NHRA ARIZONA NATIONALS - EVENT RESULTS

Written by NHRA Communications; Photos by Roger Richards.

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SUNDAY -

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schumacher 2Tony Schumacher won a wild tire-smoking final round against Morgan Lucas Sunday to claim the Top Fuel victory at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Firebird International Raceway.

Ron Capps (Funny Car) and Erica Enders-Stevens (Pro Stock) also were winners at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event near Phoenix.

Schumacher raced to his 70th career victory and fourth at FIR when he was able to get his 8,000-horsepower U.S. Army dragster under control and finish just in front of Lucas’ charging GEICO/Lucas Oil dragster. Both dragsters lost traction early in the side-by-side race and both drivers were on and off the throttle as they navigated the dragstrip.

“When you can win ugly like that it is so much fun,” said Schumacher, who beat Sidnei Frigo, Khalid alBalooshi and Antron Brown in earlier rounds. “Both cars were set up to run really fast and we both lost it and smoked the tires. It was lift, pedal, lift, pedal all the way down. I could hear Morgan beside me the whole time. As a driver that kind of race is so much fun and I enjoy winning like that more than a record run.”

It was the fourth consecutive final round appearance for Schumacher dating back to last season and he moves into the series points lead with the victory.

“Four finals in a row, it’s unbelievable that our team is that good,” Schumacher said. “Win number 70. I like that number. I was stuck on 69 for a long time.”

capps 5In Funny Car, Capps earned his 39th career victory and third at this event, outrunning Matt Hagan in the final round. Capps powered his NAPA Auto Parts Dodge Charger to a 4.064 at 314.90 to finish in front of Hagan’s Mopar/Rocky Footwear Charger, which trailed with a 4.158 at 300.33.

Capps reeled off a series of quick runs in the mid 4.0 second range in early round wins over Tony and Cruz Pedregon and Tim Wilkerson. His machine was just as quick in the final round over Hagan.

“This new car really likes to be planted early, and so [crew chief] Rahn Tobler has been working on a new clutch package,” Capps said. “In (the final qualifying session) yesterday, we finally found out what it really liked. And when you give Tobler a new combination, he’s going to ‘bracket car’ it to death.”

With the victory Capps moves into the series points lead. With back-to-back final rounds to open the season, Capps says his NAPA team is picking up right where it left off last season.

“We are starting to feel like we are getting into the same rhythm that we were last year when we went to six finals in a row,” Capps said. “I think that both Rahn and I built up some confidence in each other [with our runner-up] at Pomona, and now here.”

endersEnders-Stevens outran top qualifier Mike Edwards in the Pro Stock final round to earn her fifth career victory. She used a quicker reaction time in her GK Racing Chevy Cobalt to take the win from Edwards in his Interstate Batteries / I Am Second Chevy Camaro. Enders-Stevens finished in 6.538 at 211.99, just in front of Edwards’ quicker but losing performance of 6.520 at 213.74.

“Coming off the season we had last year, and starting the way that we did this year, it was a kind of a gut check in that we wonder if we can ever get it done again,” Enders-Stevens said. “Our guys really worked their butts off during the winter, but we didn’t get the chance to test a lot. And I was a little bit nervous coming into this year because the other big teams got to test a lot. But our guys proved that they can pick up where they left off, and I’m excited.”

Enders, who moved to second in the points standings with the win, defeated Shane Gray, V. Gaines and Jason Line in the first three rounds and won from the No. 7 qualifying position.

“My crew chief, Dave Connolly, reminded me that every time that Jimmie Johnson wins, we win,” Enders-Stevens said with a smile. “And he told me that Jimmie won today’s Daytona 500 prior to the final. So needless to say, we’re going to be cheering for Jimmie all year.”

Following Courtney Force’s Funny Car win at Pomona, Calif. last weekend, this is the first time in NHRA history that two female drivers have won races in back-to-back events to open a season.

The NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series continues March 14-17 with the Amalie Oil NHRA Gatornationals at Auto-Plus Raceway at Gainesville (Fla.).

 

 

sandstormHigh winds and cool temperatures have forced NHRA officials to put the Arizona Nationals in a holding pattern. At this time, there is no word when racing will get underway.

 

 

SATURDAY - KALITTA SURPASSES BROWN FOR TF LEAD, GRAY AND EDWARDS HOLD ON ...

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ArizonaNHRANats 4cDoug Kalitta raced to the No. 1 qualifying position in Top Fuel Saturday at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Firebird International Raceway.

Johnny Gray (Funny Car) and Mike Edwards (Pro Stock) also will lead their categories into Sunday’s 11 a.m. eliminations at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event near Phoenix.

Kalitta powered his Mac Tools dragster to a track record performance of 3.733 seconds at 329.02 mph to take his 32nd No. 1 of his career and second at this event.

He will face Spencer Massey in the opening round of eliminations as he tries to give team owner and drag racing legend Connie Kalitta a victory on his 75th birthday.

“It would be awesome to win tomorrow,” Kalitta said. “He’s 75 and doing great. He’s been here for so many years and just loves it out here. It would be awesome to see if we could pull it off.”

kalitta 3Kalitta has had success on Sunday at this event in the past as he has one win in three final rounds here. Although he has 32 career victories, he is looking to end a winless drought that dates back to July 2010.

“I’m not going to try and pay any attention to anything except my lane and that light,” Kalitta said. “There’s a bunch of good running cars out here. All the rounds are tough, and anybody who makes the top 16 can win.”

Defending Top Fuel event winner Antron Brown qualified second in his Matco Tools dragster and will open eliminations against Amalie Oil dragster driver Terry McMillen, while U.S. Army dragster driver Tony Schumacher will try to add to his three career victories at this event when he faces rookie driver Sidnei Frigo in the first round.

In Funny Car, Gray earned his fourth No. 1 of his career and second in a row at this event, as no one improved on his Friday run of 4.034 at 313.80 in his Pitch Energy Dodge Charger.

“We wanted to run both [of today’s qualifying runs] real good,” said Gray, who will race defending event winner Robert Hight in the first round. “We made just a spectacular run this morning [4.04]. It was ‘stupid fast’ for the session. But we had some things go wrong with the car on the second run, and the track got better than the car. But you learn something every time you go to the starting line, and we feel really, really confident going into tomorrow. Who knows? Maybe I can get this win off of my ‘bucket list’.”

gray 2Matt Hagan qualified second in his Mopar/Rocky Boots Dodge Charger and will race Plueger Racing Chevy driver Phil Burkart in the opening round while No. 3 qualifier Courtney Force, who won the season-opener in Pomona, Calif. last weekend and is the current category points leader in her Traxxas Ford Mustang, will face Todd Lesenko in his Canadian Tribute/Worsham Racing Dodge Charger.

In Pro Stock, Edwards claimed his second consecutive No. 1 qualifying position of the season and 43rd of his career with his Friday track record performance of 6.498 seconds at 213.13 mph in his Interstate Batteries/I Am Second Chevy Camaro. He will face Steve Kent in the opening round of eliminations.

“We tried some different things today, like a different engine, to see if we could improve,” said Edwards of his fifth consecutive No. 1 at this event and sixth overall. “We’ll put it all back to the way we had it yesterday [Friday] and we should be able to run like we did earlier. The conditions were a little bit different today. The track got a little bit hotter. But I still feel like we could have run pretty close to yesterday’s times if we had the same set-up. We always run good here. I never know exactly why.”

V. Gaines will start second in his Kendall Oil Dodge Avenger and face Lucas Oil Ford Mustang driver Larry Morgan, while defending event winner Jason Line qualified third in his Summit Racing Chevy Camaro and will race Deric Kramer in the opening round.
 

Sunday's first-round eliminations pairings for the 29th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals at Firebird International Raceway, the second of 24 events in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series.  Pairings based on results in qualifying, which ended Saturday. DNQs listed below pairings.

Top Fuel -- 1. Doug Kalitta, 3.733 seconds, 329.02 mph  vs. 16. Spencer Massey, 3.874, 292.84; 2. Antron Brown, 3.765, 318.77  vs. 15. Terry McMillen, 3.872, 320.51; 3. Tony Schumacher, 3.768, 325.37  vs. 14. Sidnei Frigo, 3.866, 316.60; 4. David Grubnic, 3.783, 321.27  vs. 13. Brittany Force, 3.831, 321.81; 5. Clay Millican, 3.810, 323.66  vs. 12. Morgan Lucas, 3.820, 319.22; 6. Khalid alBalooshi, 3.811, 315.86  vs. 11. Bob Vandergriff, 3.818, 321.88; 7. Leah Pruett, 3.812, 312.64  vs. 10. Shawn Langdon, 3.815, 319.90; 8. Brandon Bernstein, 3.813, 305.22 vs. 9. Larry Dixon, 3.814, 320.74. Did Not Qualify: 17. Steve Torrence, 3.883, 308.00; 18. Mike Strasburg, 3.984, 300.46.

Funny Car -- 1. Johnny Gray, Dodge Charger, 4.034, 314.46  vs. 16. Robert Hight, Ford Mustang, 4.321, 271.79; 2. Matt Hagan, Charger, 4.062, 311.20  vs. 15. Phil Burkart, Chevy Impala, 4.295, 282.95; 3. Courtney Force, Mustang, 4.064, 315.71  vs. 14. Todd Lesenko, Charger, 4.245, 300.80; 4. Cruz Pedregon, Toyota Camry, 4.067, 308.00  vs. 13. Jeff Arend, Charger, 4.173, 302.48; 5. Ron Capps, Charger, 4.081, 308.35  vs. 12. Tony Pedregon, Camry, 4.169, 268.65; 6. John Force, Mustang, 4.100, 312.64  vs. 11. Alexis DeJoria, Camry, 4.157, 303.09; 7. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 4.100, 307.37  vs. 10. Jack Beckman, Charger, 4.139, 288.27; 8. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 4.110, 305.01  vs. 9. Del Worsham, Camry, 4.126, 303.30. Did Not Qualify: 17. Terry Haddock, 4.584, 232.63; 18. Jeff Diehl, 4.917, 163.55.

Pro Stock -- 1. Mike Edwards, Chevy Camaro, 6.498, 213.13  vs. 16. Steve Kent, Pontiac GXP, 6.638, 210.21; 2. V. Gaines, Dodge Avenger, 6.529, 212.63  vs. 15. Larry Morgan, Ford Mustang, 6.633, 210.50; 3. Jason Line, Camaro, 6.535, 213.03  vs. 14. Deric Kramer, Avenger, 6.624, 209.43; 4. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.536, 212.56  vs. 13. Matt Hartford, Avenger, 6.614, 211.73; 5. Allen Johnson, Avenger, 6.542, 212.03  vs. 12. Chris McGaha, Avenger, 6.582, 210.90; 6. Jeg Coughlin, Avenger, 6.544, 211.36  vs. 11. Rodger Brogdon, Camaro, 6.578, 210.70; 7. Erica Enders-Stevens, Chevy Cobalt, 6.555, 211.93  vs. 10. Shane Gray, Camaro, 6.568, 210.57; 8. Vincent Nobile, Avenger, 6.555, 211.13  vs. 9. Greg Stanfield, Camaro, 6.561, 210.73. Did Not Qualify: 17. Kurt Johnson, 6.650, 210.24; 18. Warren Johnson, 6.666, 209.07; 19. Mark Wolfe, 6.694, 206.80.

 

 

 

FRIDAY - ANTRON REBOUNDS; GRAY AND EDWARDS DOMINATE FIRST DAY QUALIFYING

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ArizonaNHRANats 4cAntron Brown raced to the qualifying lead in Top Fuel Friday at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Firebird International Raceway.

Johnny Gray (Funny Car) and Mike Edwards (Pro Stock) also were qualifying leaders at the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series event near Phoenix.

Five days after walking away from a spectacular crash at the season-opening event in Pomona, Calif., Brown powered his brand new Matco Tools dragster to a leading time of 3.765 seconds at 314.83 mph.

“I can’t say enough for my team,” Brown said. “They came out here with a brand new car, and it was planned that we made a half-lap on the first pass to make sure that everything was right. Then we came back (for the second run), and the car left good. But I had to remember, that when you go one-to-one at half-track [with the clutch lock-up], this track always makes your car sashay. And I just lifted a little bit early because I felt the car go from side to side.

gray johnny 01“But it was a phenomenal run, and I couldn’t be happier. To come out here and on the second run of the new car and be number one, you can’t ask for much more than that.”

Brown says he was examined this week by his doctor in Indianapolis and given a good report.

“I had X-rays to make sure that everything was okay with my spine, and I’m doing all right,” Brown said. “I have some bruises, but all my muscles are back to normal, my neck was never tight, and there weren’t any marks on my helmet.”

Tony Schumacher is second in the U.S. Army dragster with a performance of 3.768 at 321.96 and Doug Kalitta sits third in the Mac Tools dragster with a 3.769 at a track record speed of 325.92.

In Funny Car, Gray paced the 16-car field with a performance of 4.034 at 313.80 in his Pitch Energy Dodge Charger.

“[Crew chief] Rob [Wendland and [assistant crew chief] Rip [Reynolds] have really got a handle on this car,” Gray said. “In the first run it dropped a hole and [still] ran a 4.12 on seven cylinders, and so we knew that if it ran on all eight and stayed hooked up it might make a decent run. We’re happy with it.”

Matt Hagan qualified second in his Mopar/Rocky Footwear Dodge Charger with a 4.062 at 311.20, while Winternationals winner Courtney Force was third in her Traxxas Ford Mustang with a 4.064 at a track record speed of 315.71.
 
edwards mike 02Edwards was quickest in Pro Stock, covering the distance in a track record time of 6.498 at 213.13 in his Interstate Batteries / I Am Second Chevy Camaro.

“Hats off to Jerry Haas and all his guys back at their shop,” Edwards said. “They did an awesome job. This Camaro, it’s just fast. My guys have worked very hard all over the winter, but the other teams have too. It’s just a great all-around effort by our team.”

Edwards, who also was No. 1 at the season-opener last weekend, says this season is starting to resemble his world championship year a few seasons back.

“In a way, it’s starting to remind me of 2009, when we had a big tune-up window,” Edwards said. “It’s a long season yet, but any time you run good, it feels good. We want to go down the track on every run.”

V Gaines qualified second with a 6.529 at 212.63 in his Kendall Oil Dodge Avenger, while defending event winner Jason Line is third in his Summit Racing Chevy Camaro with a 6.535 at 212.56.

Qualifying continues Saturday with sessions at 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. Sunday’s eliminations are set for 11 a.m.

 Friday's results after the first two of four rounds of qualifying for the 29th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals at Firebird International Raceway, second of 24 events in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series.  Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Antron Brown, 3.765 seconds, 314.83 mph; 2. Tony Schumacher, 3.768, 321.96; 3. Doug Kalitta, 3.769, 325.92; 4. David Grubnic, 3.783, 321.27; 5. Leah Pruett, 3.812, 310.63; 6. Bob Vandergriff, 3.818, 321.88; 7. Larry Dixon, 3.818, 320.74; 8. Brandon Bernstein, 3.843, 267.64; 9. Clay Millican, 3.860, 300.60; 10. Khalid alBalooshi, 3.871, 298.01; 11. Terry McMillen, 3.872, 320.51; 12. Sidnei Frigo, 4.001, 292.71.  Not Qualified: 13. Spencer Massey, 4.034, 222.22; 14. Brittany Force, 4.069, 223.54; 15. Steve Torrence, 4.284, 192.52; 16. Shawn Langdon, 4.618, 160.37; 17. Mike Strasburg, 6.108, 95.90; 18. Morgan Lucas, 7.359, 91.31.

Funny Car -- 1. Johnny Gray, Dodge Charger, 4.034, 313.80; 2. Matt Hagan, Charger, 4.062, 311.20; 3. Courtney Force, Ford Mustang, 4.064, 315.71; 4. Cruz Pedregon, Toyota Camry, 4.078, 306.40; 5. Del Worsham, Camry, 4.140, 303.30; 6. Alexis DeJoria, Camry, 4.157, 303.09; 7. Ron Capps, Charger, 4.167, 293.15; 8. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 4.280, 236.71; 9. Robert Hight, Mustang, 4.321, 219.58; 10. Jack Beckman, Charger, 4.322, 215.58; 11. Phil Burkart, Chevy Impala, 4.358, 278.75; 12. Jeff Arend, Charger, 4.855, 165.72.  Not Qualified: 13. Jeff Diehl, 4.947, 161.69; 14. Todd Lesenko, 5.092, 155.45; 15. Tim Wilkerson, 5.452, 136.59; 16. Tony Pedregon, 5.499, 129.08; 17. John Force, 6.120, 109.40; 18. Terry Haddock, 7.826, 90.82.

Pro Stock -- 1. Mike Edwards, Chevy Camaro, 6.498, 213.13; 2. V. Gaines, Dodge Avenger, 6.529, 212.63; 3. Jason Line, Camaro, 6.535, 213.03; 4. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.536, 212.56; 5. Jeg Coughlin, Avenger, 6.544, 211.36; 6. Allen Johnson, Avenger, 6.554, 211.83; 7. Erica Enders-Stevens, Chevy Cobalt, 6.555, 211.93; 8. Vincent Nobile, Avenger, 6.555, 211.13; 9. Greg Stanfield, Camaro, 6.561, 210.73; 10. Shane Gray, Camaro, 6.568, 210.57; 11. Rodger Brogdon, Camaro, 6.578, 210.70; 12. Chris McGaha, Avenger, 6.582, 210.90.  Not Qualified: 13. Steve Kent, 6.584, 210.21; 14. Matt Hartford, 6.586, 211.73; 15. Larry Morgan, 6.588, 210.50; 16. Kurt Johnson, 6.605, 210.24; 17. Deric Kramer, 6.625, 209.43; 18. Mark Wolfe, 6.692, 206.80; 19. Warren Johnson, 6.747, 207.82.

 

 

 PRO SESSION 1

TOP FUEL

  1    2 Tony Schumacher, Chicago IL, DSR-TFX            3.768  321.96  321.96
  2   44 David Grubnic, Ennis MT, Attac-TFX              3.783  318.62  318.62
  3   22 Doug Kalitta, Ypsilanti MI, Hadman-AJPE         3.829  324.75  324.75
  4  255 Clay Millican, Drummonds TN, Hadman-BAE         3.860  300.60  300.60
  5   91 Larry Dixon, Indianapolis IN, McKinney-TFX      3.871  320.74  320.74
  6   21 Terry McMillen, Elkhart IN, McKinney-TFX        3.872  320.51  320.51
  7  288 Sidnei Frigo, Deerfield Beach FL, McKinney-AJ   4.001  292.71  292.71
  8    1 Antron Brown, Indianapolis IN, DSR-TFX          4.007  229.90  229.90
  9    3 Spencer Massey, Ft. Worth TX, DSR-TFX           4.034  222.22  222.22
 10   99 Khalid alBalooshi, Los Angeles CA, Hadman-TFX   4.066  225.03  225.03

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FUNNY CAR

  1    4 Cruz Pedregon, Brownsburg IN, '13 Camry         4.078  306.40  306.40
  2    6 Johnny Gray, Artesia NM, '13 Charger            4.124  301.00  301.00
  3  750 Del Worsham, Chino CA, '13 Camry                4.140  303.30  303.30
  4 2814 Matt Hagan, Christiansburg VA, '13 Charger      4.142  293.98  293.98
  5   28 Ron Capps, Carlsbad CA, '13 Charger             4.167  293.15  293.15
  6   77 Bob Tasca III, Cranston RI, '13 Mustang         4.280  236.71  236.71
  7    7 Robert Hight, Yorba Linda CA, '13 Mustang       4.321  219.58  219.58
  8  156 Phil Burkart, Yorkville NY, '10 Impala          4.358  278.75  278.75
  9    1 Jack Beckman, Norco CA, '10 Charger             4.445  198.15  198.15
 10   22 Todd Lesenko, St. Albert AB, '10 Charger        5.092  155.45  155.45

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PRO STOCK

  1    6 Mike Edwards, Coweta OK, '13 Camaro             6.498@ 213.13& 213.13
  2    7 V. Gaines, Lakewood CO, '13 Avenger             6.529  212.63  212.63
  3    2 Jason Line, Mooresville NC, '13 Camaro          6.544  213.03  213.03
  4   25 Jeg Coughlin, Delaware OH, '13 Avenger          6.546  211.26  211.26
  5    1 Allen Johnson, Greeneville TN, '13 Avenger      6.554  211.83  211.83
  6    4 Erica Enders-Stevens, New Orleans LA, '10 Coba  6.555  211.86  211.86
  7    5 Greg Anderson, Mooresville NC, '13 Camaro       6.557  211.69  211.69
  8    3 Vincent Nobile, Dix Hills NY, '13 Avenger       6.575  210.90  210.90
  9   41 Rodger Brogdon, Tomball TX, '13 Camaro          6.578  210.70  210.70
 10   11 Shane Gray, Denver NC, '13 Camaro               6.579  210.11  210.11

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SPORTSMAN RESULTS -

SUPER STOCK

  1 7474  SS/DM Justin Lamb, Henderson NV, '10 Cobalt      8.802  9.75  -0.948
  2 7607  SS/FA Jack Bystrom, Rancho Cucamonga CA, '68 Ca  9.547 10.45  -0.903
  3    5  GT/HA Ken Etter, Jurupa Valley CA, '93 Shadow   10.150 11.05  -0.900
  4   75  SS/JA Mike Cotten, Broken Arrow OK, '70 Barracu 10.122 11.00  -0.878
  5 6777  SS/AS Rick Paton, Edmonton AB, '02 Camaro        8.723  9.60  -0.877
  6 3573  GT/MA John Stock, Sandusky OH, '92 Cutlass      10.879 11.75  -0.871
  7  554  GT/LA Ron Roddel, Sioux Falls SD, '02 Grand Am  10.691 11.55  -0.859
  8 5517  GT/CA Justin Jenkins, Beatrice NE, '10 Cobalt    9.557 10.40  -0.843
  9  357  SS/KA Rick Brown, Lebanon OH, '92 Cutlass       10.415 11.25  -0.835
 10   57  SS/DA Doug Baumgardner, Wichita KS, '69 Camaro   9.367 10.20  -0.833

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STOCK

  1 6842   B/SA Daniel Cyr, Portland OR, '69 Camaro       10.316 11.25  -0.934
  2 5227   B/SA John Cooper, LaPorte CO, '67 Fairlane     10.335 11.25  -0.915
  3  624   A/SA Don Little, Westley CA, '70 Challenger    10.108 11.00  -0.892
  4 7402   A/SA Tibor Kadar, Peoria AZ, '64 Fairlane      10.108 11.00  -0.892
  5  652    G/S Bob Gullett, Calgary AB, '68 Nova         11.010 11.90  -0.890
  6 7769   O/SA Richard Unterseh, Peoria AZ, '80 Firebird 12.276 13.15  -0.874
  7 7593   C/SA Richard Pauley, Saugus CA, '68 Mustang    10.530 11.40  -0.870
  8 1044   A/SA John Shaul, Fultonham NY, '62 Sport Fury  10.136 11.00  -0.864
  9 7575   F/SA Mark Kirby, Bakersfield CA, '73 Duster    10.990 11.85  -0.860
 10 7307   G/SA Jeff Jerome, Los Angeles CA, '73 Duster   11.147 12.00  -0.853

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TOP DRAGSTER


  1 7208 Denny Hills, Gilbert AZ, Yancer-Chevy           6.141  221.52  221.52
  2 7921 Gary Campbell, Mesa AZ, Uyehara-Hemi            6.242  226.01  226.01
  3   51 Phil Unruh, McPherson KS, Spitzer-Chevy         6.475  212.53  212.53
  4 719R Russell Suyenaga, Bellflower CA, Victory-Chevy  6.508  215.24  215.24
  5   58 Jeff Koron, Hays KS, Undercover-Chevy           6.644  206.16  206.16
  6 7256 Mera Silvia, Upland CA, Davis-Chevy             6.658  203.71  203.71
  7 780V Val Torres Jr., Glendora CA, Spitzer-Chevy      6.661  201.82  201.82
  8 6541 Paul Snell, Sandy UT, CNE-Chevy                 6.695  200.89  200.89
  9 6591 Moe Trujillo, Happy Valley OR, Undercover-Chevy 6.709  202.42  202.42
 10 7026 George Nann, Novato CA, Sarmento-Chevy          6.753  201.37  201.37

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TOP SPORTSMAN

 1 7980 Joe Roubicek, Westlake Village CA, '68 Camaro   6.638  210.44  210.44
  2 757T Ted Carli, Temecula CA, '09 Cobalt              6.812  203.06  203.06
  3 721P Raul Perez, La Mirada CA, '05 Grand Am          6.854  201.40  201.40
  4 7840 Gary Forkner, Temecula CA, '12 Camaro           7.005  196.53  196.53
  5   54 Monte Green, Haxtun CO, '95 Probe               7.042  195.85  195.85
  6   53 Rick Wilson, Independence MO, '69 Camaro        7.108  201.10  201.10
  7 7282 Doug Watts, Syracuse UT, '08 GTO                7.139  195.36  195.36
  8  789 Lynsi Torres, Glendora CA, '70 Barracuda        7.180  190.92  190.92
  9  730 Bryan LaFlam, Gilbert AZ, '63 Corvette          7.188  189.47  189.47
 10 6646 Mike Williams, Tilley AB, '03 Corvette          7.198  191.10  191.10

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