Steve Torrence kept his hopes alive to sweep the NHRA’s famed three-race Western Swing on Sunday, powering to the Top Fuel win at the 33rd annual NHRA Sonoma Nationals at Sonoma Raceway.

Robert Hight (Funny Car), Aaron Stanfield (Pro Stock) and Karen Stoffer (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won in their respective categories at the ninth race of the 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the second of the famed three-race NHRA Western Swing.

Torrence, the points leader and three-time defending world champ, went 3.757-seconds at 327.98 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Capco Contractors dragster to squeak past Leah Pruett in the final round by just .002. It gives Torrence his third straight win, and second in a row during the Western Swing and he’ll head to Pomona next weekend to try to become the eighth driver in NHRA history to sweep the Western Swing and the first since 2009. 

To advance to the final, Torrence had to get past Cameron Ferre, Doug Kalitta and Antron Brown. He then narrowly beat Pruett in the final round after she went 3.768 at 323.04 in what was a thrilling side-by-side race to claim his sixth win this season and 46th in his career. 

“I went up there and was a little antsy on the Tree and just got away with it,” Torrence said. “I did everything possible to screw that final round up. These Capco boys are unbelievable and I’m just the fortunate guy who is blessed to drive it. They work hard and just love their jobs. It’s so much fun racing here, and we’ve still got our hopes alive to go sweep the Swing and we got it done today.”

After struggling for most of the 2021 season, Pruett enjoyed a breakout weekend, advancing to her 17th career final round and first this year. She knocked off Justin Ashley and No. 1 qualifier Brittany Force to meet up with Torrence.

Hight’s dominance at Sonoma Raceway continued on Sunday, as he won at the fan-favorite facility for a third straight time, delivering a run of 3.971 at 322.50 in his 11,000-horsepower Auto Club Chevrolet Camaro SS to beat defending world champ Matt Hagan in the final round. The win furthered Hight’s incredible run at Sonoma, gave him two victories this season and 53 in his career, and ended Hagan’s chances to sweep the Western Swing. Hagan was quicker off the starting line, but Hight, who beat Steven Densham, J.R. Todd and No. 1 qualifier Ron Capps to reach the final round, chased him down at the finish line, winning by a mere 15 inches.

“I just had a lot of confidence in my team,” Hight said. “I just needed to have some confidence in myself. It’s pretty tough out here in Funny Car and you have to be on your game. I think we learned some things this weekend and you’ve got to rise to the occasion. When I first started racing, I would come to Sonoma and I couldn’t do anything. The last three, we’ve dominated and it’s been a lot of fun. It’s been an unbelievable weekend and we’re headed to Auto Club Raceway now.”

Hagan reached his second straight final and 68th in his career thanks to round wins against Jeff Diehl, Blake Alexander and Alexis DeJoria.

Stanfield won a thrilling duel of young standouts in the Pro Stock final round, slipping past rookie Dallas Glenn with a run of 6.557 at 209.56 in his Janac Brothers Chevrolet Camaro. The close win gave Stanfield his second victory in the past three Pro Stock races and three in his career. To reach the final round, Stanfield raced past Chris McGaha, Matt Hartford, and No. 1 qualifier and points leader Greg Anderson to reach the final round. In the championship round, Glenn posted a .016 reaction time to Stanfield’s .020, but the Elite Motorsports driver had enough power to track him down.

“Every run is really important and the guys did a great job with the hot rod today,” Stanfield said. “I felt like I was driving halfway decent and they were giving me a great racecar, and everything always has to come together to win in this class. Today, it came together and I have to thank everyone at Elite. All the guys that work so hard and the people who support me, they let me come out here and do what I love. It was a good day. It was a tough lineup to go through and my guys did a great job.”

Glenn advanced to his third final round to continue his stellar rookie season in the class, knocking off Val Smeland, KB Racing teammate Kyle Koretsky and Troy Coughlin Jr.

Stoffer capped off a resurgent weekend in Pro Stock Motorcycle, winning for the first time since 2019 by taking out Andrew Hines in the final round with a run of 6.798 at 197.36 on her Ray Skillman/Big St. Charles Suzuki. It also marked Stoffer’s 10th career win, as she was able to hold off a hard-charging Hines at the finish line. Stoffer, who impressed on Saturday and qualified No. 2, beat Scott Bottorff, Joey Gladstone and her White Alligator Racing (WAR) teammate Jerry Savoie to advance to the final round, and finished the job at a track that holds a lot of memories for the veteran.

“Winning in Sonoma is definitely on my bucket list,” Stoffer said. “I kind of call it my home race because I raced Division 7 so long and I was a Division 7 champion. Coming here to Sonoma, it’s been phenomenal. This is definitely a moment I will always remember. This WAR team, they gave me a good bike and I said earlier we could go toe-to-toe with everyone. It was a really good race with Andrew, but our bike is phenomenal and it’s an honor to ride it.”

Hines, who went 6.800 at 200.98 against Stoffer, advanced to his 99th career final round and first in 2021 with victories against Ryan Oehler, points leader and defending world champ Matt Smith and Cory Reed.

The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series closes out its three-race Western Swing with next weekend’s Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals presented by ProtectTheHarvest.com at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona.


Looking for her first Top Fuel victory of the 2021 season, Brittany Force put together a trio of strong runs in qualifying at Sonoma Raceway, ending up in the No. 1 spot on Saturday at the 33rd annual NHRA Sonoma Nationals.

Ron Capps (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Angie Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also qualified No. 1 in their respective categories at the ninth race of the 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the second of the famed three-race NHRA Western Swing.

Force’s impressive run of 3.694-seconds at 329.42 mph from Friday in her 11,000-horsepower Flav-R-Pac dragster gave her the No. 1 position for the second straight race. It’s also her fourth No. 1 qualifier of the year and 24th in her career, and she’ll open raceday against Ron August. She also posted a stout run of 3.716 at 330.31, which is the fastest run of the weekend in the class, to close out qualifying, giving Force added confidence she can pick up a win after two runner-up finishes this year.

“We want that win,” Force said. “In Ohio a few weeks back, we had a runner-up finish and it felt good to get there, but we want to complete the thing and end up in the winner’s circle. We had outstanding runs from my entire team this weekend. We had three solid runs and I’m happy about that, and I’m looking forward to raceday tomorrow.”

After struggling during the first two sessions, three-time defending world champ and points leader Steve Torrence shot to the second spot in the final qualifier, going 3.710 at 329.67 as he looks to keep his shot of sweeping the Western Swing alive. Antron Brown will start raceday from third after going 3.724 at 326.71.

Funny Car’s Capps maintained the No. 1 position on the strength of his run of 3.897 at 328.78 from Friday in his 11,000-horsepower NAPA Auto Parts Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, giving him three No. 1 qualifiers this year and 28 in his longtime career. Capps, who is looking for his first victory of the season, will meet Tony Jurado in the opening round of eliminations and is focused on getting a win at a track that means a great deal to him.

“I’ve been doing this long enough, and this whole team gives me the confidence,” said Capps, who has four Sonoma wins. “Qualifying well is all about the team. I can’t say enough for the fans out here. I love all of these fans.”

Alexis DeJoria finished in the second spot after her run of 3.898 at 325.61 from Friday, while Capps’ Don Schumacher Racing teammate, Denver winner Matt Hagan, will look to win his second straight race after qualifying third with a 3.909 at 328.94.

Anderson remained dominant in Pro Stock qualifying, continuing his torrid pace in that regard with his run of 6.513 at 210.44 in his HendrickCars.com Chevrolet Camaro. It now gives Anderson his seventh No. 1 qualifier in eight Pro Stock races this season and an incredible 113 in his standout career. Anderson, the current points leader, will open eliminations against Steve Graham, again trying to gain his 97th career win and tie Warren Johnson for the most in Pro Stock history.

“The HendrickCars.com Chevy is fast, as it has been all year and it’s all on me to try and get it done tomorrow at one of my favorite racetracks,” said Anderson, a six-time Sonoma winner. “I can’t wait to get after it.”

KB Racing teammate Kyle Koretsky finished off two solid days of qualifying by taking the second spot with a run of 6.522 at 211.06 and defending world champ Erica Enders is third thanks to her 6.524 at 210.67

A. Smith capped off a wild, record-setting day of qualifying in Pro Stock Motorcycle by earning her first career No. 1 qualifier with an impressive run of 6.736 at 203.06 on her Denso Auto Parts EBR. Smith’s run came during the final qualifying session after watching her husband, Matt, take the top spot and make the fastest run in class history with a pass of 205.04 earlier in the day. But A. Smith answered with her strong pass to close out the day, giving her plenty of momentum heading into eliminations.

“It is so tough out here and for me to be No. 1, I’m so proud of this Denso team,” A. Smith said. “We did a motor swap in 30 minutes on my bike and I was pretty bummed after the last round. To go my career-best, to go 203 (mph), I couldn’t be more proud of this entire team. Everyone that helps us, I couldn’t be more proud to give them a yellow hat as the No. 1 qualifier and hopefully I can get a blue (winner’s hat) tomorrow.”

Karen Stoffer made a big jump in the final session as well, going all the way to second thanks to her 6.750 at 198.61. Steve Johnson is third after his pass of 6.751 at 199.94. Points leader M. Smith, who won in Denver to open the Western Swing, got bumped to fourth in the final session.

Eliminations for the NHRA Sonoma Nationals begin at 11 a.m. PT on Sunday.

Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 33rd annual NHRA Sonoma Nationals at Sonoma Raceway, the ninth of 20 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Pairings based on results in qualifying, which ended Saturday. DNQs listed below pairings.

Top Fuel -- 1. Brittany Force, 3.694 seconds, 329.42 mph vs. 12. Ron August, 4.930, 150.92; 2. Steve Torrence, 3.710, 329.67 vs. 11. Cameron Ferre, 4.585, 167.88; 3. Antron Brown, 3.724, 326.71 vs. 10. Buddy Hull, 4.316, 239.95; 4. Clay Millican, 3.725, 325.22 vs. 9. Shawn Langdon, 3.809, 318.24; 5. Mike Salinas, 3.737, 327.03 vs. 8. Doug Kalitta, 3.800, 319.45; 6. Leah Pruett, 3.749, 323.97 vs. 7. Justin Ashley, 3.761, 325.37. 

Funny Car -- 1. Ron Capps, Dodge Charger, 3.897, 328.78 vs. 16. Tony Jurado, Ford Mustang, 4.176, 270.86; 2. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Camry, 3.898, 325.61 vs. 15. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 4.139, 229.35; 3. Matt Hagan, Charger, 3.909, 328.94 vs. 14. Jeff Diehl, Camry, 4.106, 305.56; 4. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.948, 324.59 vs. 13. Steven Densham, Mustang, 4.099, 245.81; 5. John Force, Camaro, 3.965, 324.67 vs. 12. J.R. Todd, Camry, 4.055, 319.37; 6. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.982, 321.50 vs. 11. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.048, 309.27; 7. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.997, 291.57 vs. 10. Jim Campbell, Charger, 4.042, 316.08; 8. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 4.001, 324.75 vs. 9. Paul Lee, Charger, 4.032, 319.52. 

Did Not Qualify: 17. Chris Morel, 4.192, 298.34; 18. Alex Miladinovich, 4.329, 292.39; 19. Jason Rupert, 5.199, 155.44. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Greg Anderson, Chevy Camaro, 6.513, 210.44 vs. 16. Steve Graham, Camaro, 6.636, 206.42; 2. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.522, 211.06 vs. 15. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.611, 208.94; 3. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.524, 210.67 vs. 14. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.584, 209.01; 4. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.526, 210.83 vs. 13. Alex Laughlin, Camaro, 6.581, 209.36; 5. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.537, 209.62 vs. 12. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.552, 210.97; 6. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.540, 208.94 vs. 11. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.549, 210.08; 7. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.545, 208.88 vs. 10. Val Smeland, Camaro, 6.549, 210.18; 8. Aaron Strong, Camaro, 6.546, 209.75 vs. 9. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.547, 210.21. 

Did Not Qualify: 17. Rob Tucker, 10.080, 99.47. 

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.736, 203.06 vs. Bye; 2. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.750, 198.61 vs. 15. Scott Bottorff, Buell, 7.051, 189.58; 3. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.751, 199.94 vs. 14. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 7.022, 198.23; 4. Matt Smith, EBR, 6.756, 202.88 vs. 13. Jim Underdahl, Suzuki, 7.005, 192.55; 5. Andrew Hines, Buell, 6.761, 201.67 vs. 12. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 6.909, 196.27; 6. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.761, 198.82 vs. 11. Jianna Salinas, Suzuki, 6.905, 194.04; 7. Scotty Pollacheck, EBR, 6.764, 201.31 vs. 10. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.828, 200.14; 8. Cory Reed, Suzuki, 6.799, 198.67 vs. 9. Eddie Krawiec, Buell, 6.815, 202.94. 


Ron Capps impressed under the lights on Friday at Sonoma Raceway, powering to the provisional No. 1 spot in Funny Car at the 33rd annual NHRA Sonoma Nationals.

Brittany Force (Top Fuel), Matt Hartford (Pro Stock) and Andrew Hines (Pro Stock Motorcycle) are also provisional No. 1 qualifiers in their respective categories at the ninth race of the 2021 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the second of the famed three-race NHRA Western Swing.

Capps went 3.897-seconds at 328.78 mph in his 11,000-horsepower NAPA Auto Parts Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat during the lone qualifying session, making the best run of the night in the class. If it holds for the California native, Capps would pick up his third No. 1 qualifier in 2021 and 28th in his career. The veteran and former world champ is also trying to earn his first win of the season and Sonoma would mark the perfect location for Capps to do it.

“This race, for me, it’s a home race,” Capps said. “I grew up not far from here and there’s a lot of family and friends here. This race is always cool for me, and the fans here are waiting for you and they make you feel so good. This is what it’s all about. I came here as a kid as a crew member and to be in a racecar and make a run on this track with the sun going down, it’s epic. It’s so cool to look up at the grandstands and see a packed house.”

Alexis DeJoria claimed the second spot on Friday for the second straight race after going 3.898 at 325.61 and Matt Hagan, who won last weekend in Denver, took third after the first qualifying session with a run of 3.909 at 328.94

In Top Fuel, Force was the first driver to reach the 3.60s, going 3.694 at 329.42 in her 11,000-horsepower Flav-R-Pac dragster to claim the No. 1 spot on Friday. A week after setting the track record in Denver, Force is trying for another No. 1 qualifier to claim the top spot for the fourth time this season and 24th time in her career. Force is also attempting to win for the first time this season. Antron Brown is currently second after going 3.724 at 326.71, while his teammate, Leah Pruett, is directly behind thanks to her pass of 3.749 at 323.97.

Hartford is on track to accomplish a major first in his standout Pro Stock career, going 6.533 at 209.92 in his Total Seal Chevrolet Camaro. That gave him the provisional No. 1 position on Friday and should it hold, Hartford, who has one win this season, would grab his first career No. 1 qualifier in the class. Hartford will have his work cut out for him as ideal conditions are slated for Saturday’s final two rounds of qualifying, but the veteran is off to a strong start. His KB Racing teammate Kyle Koretsky is currently second thanks to his run of 6.538 at 209.65 and Aaron Stanfield is a spot behind after going 6.548 at 209.69.

Hines made a major move to open the weekend in Pro Stock Motorcycle, jumping to the top spot after his run of 6.761 at 201.67 on his Vance & Hines Buell. If it holds, Hines would qualify No. 1 for the first time this season and 45th time in his career. The 2019 race winner has a history of success at Sonoma Raceway and will be looking for his fourth win at the facility and first victory of the 2021 campaign. Points leader and defending world champ Matt Smith is right behind, going 6.769 and setting the track speed record with a blistering pass of 203.28. His wife, Angie, is third after she went 6.773 at 200.50.

Qualifying continues at 12:00 p.m. PT on Saturday at the NHRA Sonoma Nationals.

Friday's results after the first one of three rounds of qualifying for the 33rd annual NHRA Sonoma Nationals at Sonoma Raceway, ninth of 20 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Brittany Force, 3.694 seconds, 329.42 mph; 2. Antron Brown, 3.724, 326.71; 3. Leah Pruett, 3.749, 323.97; 4. Justin Ashley, 3.761, 325.37; 5. Doug Kalitta, 4.166, 202.85; 6. Steve Torrence, 4.191, 194.44; 7. Shawn Langdon, 4.269, 193.85; 8. Buddy Hull, 4.316, 239.95; 9. Ron August, 4.930, 150.92; 10. Clay Millican, 9.046, 77.83; 11. Mike Salinas, 10.712, 47.38. 

Funny Car -- 1. Ron Capps, Dodge Charger, 3.897, 328.78; 2. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Camry, 3.898, 325.61; 3. Matt Hagan, Charger, 3.909, 328.94; 4. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.948, 324.59; 5. Jim Campbell, Charger, 4.042, 316.08; 6. Steven Densham, Ford Mustang, 4.099, 245.81; 7. Jeff Diehl, Camry, 4.106, 305.56; 8. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 4.139, 229.35; 9. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 4.172, 227.00; 10. J.R. Todd, Camry, 5.701, 120.89; 11. Paul Lee, Charger, 6.300, 109.40; 12. Alex Miladinovich, Camry, 6.483, 108.93; 13. Chris Morel, Charger, 6.540, 103.23; 14. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 6.610, 96.22; 15. John Force, Camaro, 7.688, 86.93; 16. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 8.125, 68.76. Not Qualified: 17. Jason Rupert, 8.382, 77.91; 18. Terry Haddock, 11.342, 71.14; 19. Tony Jurado, broke. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Matt Hartford, Chevy Camaro, 6.533, 209.92; 2. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.538, 209.65; 3. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.548, 209.69; 4. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.551, 210.14; 5. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.552, 210.37; 6. Val Smeland, Camaro, 6.557, 209.65; 7. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.562, 210.11; 8. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.567, 209.56; 9. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.570, 208.91; 10. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.574, 210.08; 11. Aaron Strong, Camaro, 6.604, 208.81; 12. Steve Graham, Camaro, 6.660, 206.70; 13. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.670, 208.55; 14. Alex Laughlin, Camaro, 6.704, 207.56; 15. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.713, 205.10; 16. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 7.940, 111.84. 

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Andrew Hines, Buell, 6.761, 201.67; 2. Matt Smith, EBR, 6.769, 203.28; 3. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.773, 200.50; 4. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.808, 197.22; 5. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.825, 196.64; 6. Scotty Pollacheck, EBR, 6.835, 196.64; 7. Eddie Krawiec, Buell, 6.838, 200.38; 8. Jianna Salinas, Suzuki, 6.965, 190.59; 9. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 7.016, 193.38; 10. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 7.032, 199.02; 11. Cory Reed, Suzuki, 7.140, 197.42; 12. Scott Bottorff, Buell, 7.211, 187.76; 13. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 7.211, 148.44; 14. Jim Underdahl, Suzuki, broke; 15. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, broke. 



COMP (Q-1)

1 5233    C/A Taylor Chomiski, Dallas TX, '19 Dart       7.284  7.93  -0.646
  2 7235   C/ED Scott McClay, Tehachapi CA, BOS-Dodge      7.174  7.81  -0.636
  3 7634    PST Kurt Hugger, Fremont CA, '01 Dakota        7.420  8.03  -0.610
  4    7  E/SMA Cody Lane, North Bend WA, '05 Cavalier     8.368  8.96  -0.592
  5 6088    H/A Ryan Warter, Olalla WA, '92 Camaro         8.701  9.28  -0.579
  6 7280  AA/AM Chuck Moore, Castrol Valley CA, '63 Corve  6.451  7.03  -0.579
  7 7167   A/AA Ryan Priddy, Chino CA, '18 Camaro          6.587  7.15  -0.563
  8  233    C/A Art Hodges, Olin NC, '16 Camaro            7.269  7.83  -0.561
  9   62   C/AA John Edwards, Nampa ID, '20 Camaro         7.343  7.88  -0.537
 10 7000    I/D Craig Schuck, Eugene OR, Sarmento-Mits     6.716  7.23  -0.514



1    5  FSS/B Justin Lamb, Henderson NV, '20 Camaro      8.146  9.20  -1.054
  2 7114  SS/VX Ashlyn Sacchette, Fountain Valley CA, '56 10.571 11.60  -1.029
  3 7304  SS/GA Tom Armanino, San Mateo CA, '68 Camaro     9.567 10.55  -0.983
  4 6070  FSS/B Gary Coe, Portland OR, '19 Mustang         8.226  9.20  -0.974
  5  796  SS/FA Tony Hewes, Las Vegas NV, '69 Mustang      9.495 10.45  -0.955
  6   76  SS/IA Mike Cotten, Cave Creek AZ, '70 Barracuda  9.768 10.70  -0.932
  7 7405  SS/CA Eric Bell, Chandler AZ, '64 Savoy          9.125 10.05  -0.925
  8 7696  GT/KA Len Schneider, Grass Valley CA, '84 Thund 10.021 10.90  -0.879
  9   72  FSS/B Brian Brossart, Williston ND, '17 Camaro   8.326  9.20  -0.874
 10  621  SS/CA Steve Hahn, Yukima WA, '70 Baracuda        9.232 10.05  -0.818



1 715W   D/SA Shelby Williams, Beaumont CA, '70 Camaro  10.507 11.55  -1.043
  2   68   K/SA Larry Peterson, Eugene OR, '80 Malibu     11.657 12.65  -0.993
  3   79   E/SA Larry Gilley, Hilmar CA, '69 Dart         10.739 11.70  -0.961
  4   77   G/SA Phil Mandella Jr., Upland CA, '69 Chevelle11.059 12.00  -0.941
  5 7573   Q/SA Steve Valkanoff, S.San Francisco CA, '83  12.874 13.80  -0.926
  6 7575   F/SA Mark Kirby, Bakersfield CA, '73 Duster    10.935 11.85  -0.915
  7 7688   I/SA Paula Cotten, Cave Creek AZ, '85 Camaro   11.386 12.30  -0.914
  8 7155   FS/C Leo Glasbrenner, Murrieta CA, '14 Camaro   9.390 10.30  -0.910
  9 7980   A/SA Steve Wann, Modesto CA, '62 Fury          10.107 11.00  -0.893
 10  244   FS/B Jeff Taylor, Sellersburg IN, '12 Camaro    9.121 10.00  -0.879



1 7151 Jeff Connelly, Mesa AZ, '19 Camaro              6.200  201.52  201.52
  2  780 David Cook, Novato CA, '67 Mustang              6.676  206.42  206.42
  3 7534 Paul Mitsos, Eastvale CA, '08 Stratus           6.689  208.94  208.94
  4 7135 Randy Goodwin, Chino CA, '16 Camaro             6.703  206.57  206.57
  5  518 Monte Green, Mesa AZ, '07 Stratus               6.773  204.63  204.63
  6 7753 Dan Borg, San Francisco CA, '99 Monte Carlo     6.802  205.47  205.47
  7    6 Ed Olpin, Pleasant Grove UT, '68 Camaro         6.887  200.47  200.47
  8 7725 Mike Hiatt, Fallon NV, '15 Camaro               6.889  199.17  199.17
  9    7 Ken Ratzloff, Idaho Falls ID, '53 Champion      6.904  200.44  200.44
 10 766M Paul Gladden, Tracy CA, '70 Mustang             6.983  196.59  196.59



1   79 John Richardson, Santa Clarita CA, Sarmento-Ch  6.122  216.83  216.83
  2 D712 Phil Dion, Paradise Valley AZ, Yancer-MOPAR     6.129  229.08  229.08
  3   74 John Rolandelli, Oakley CA, Boulton-Chevy       6.226  220.84  220.84
  4 7237 Steve Will, Fortuna CA, Sarmento-DODGE          6.231  229.24  229.24
  5 7219 Geneva Nash, Visalia CA, Spitzer-Chevy          6.256  217.32  217.32
  6 6915 Ryan Carlson, Maple Valley WA, Dragster-BAE     6.269  221.67  221.67
  7 7700 Phillip Duerr, Colfax CA, Racecraft-Chevy       6.310  218.16  218.16
  8  655 Donald Knoblauch, Sumner WA, Mullis-Chevy       6.351  214.14  214.14
  9 7711 Don London, Lake Havasu City AZ, M & M-Chevy    6.408  214.31  214.31
 10 7786 Michaelyn Roelle, Irwindale CA, Racecraft-Chevy 6.435  175.41  175.41