Three-time world champion Antron Brown picked up his first playoff win in six years on Sunday at zMAX Dragway, driving to the Top Fuel victory at the 14th annual Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals. 

Ron Capps (Funny Car) and Aaron Stanfield (Pro Stock) also picked up wins at the second of six races in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Countdown to the Championship. 

Brown put together a run of 3.672-seconds at 335.73 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Matco Tools dragster, slipping past points leader Justin Ashley on a holeshot in a thrilling final round to win his first race in the Countdown to the Championship since 2016. It is Brown’s third victory in the past five races and the 71st in his career, as the first-year team owner also moved to second in the points standings with four races left in 2022. To reach the finals, Brown beat three standout competitors, including Reading winner Austin Prock, Brittany Force and Clay Millican. He followed with a .035 reaction time in the final round, which was enough to allow him to beat Ashley’s quicker 3.671 at 333.99. 

“When you look at the Top Fuel class, the first round is a final round. It’s incredible competition and my hat is off to my team,” Brown said. “They’re just incredible, we’ve never lost faith and this group just kept digging. To own a team and do what we’ve done, we’re blessed. To win the second race in the Countdown, that’s really huge. This is where it really gets good and it gets really tight, and you have to fight for every point. It’s a blessing to make it here. If you win a race today, you’re doing something special, and I’ve got a special group behind me. 

“Justin was dropping bombs on people all day long and we knew that was going to be a tough matchup. That was just a fun final. We push each other all the time and I knew we were both going to give it everything on the starting line. Our car stayed lit and I just tried to keep it straight as an arrow.” 

Ashley, who was also the No. 1 qualifier, advanced to his second straight final round thanks to wins against Alex Laughlin, four-time defending world champ Steve Torrence and Doug Kalitta. It’s the sixth final round this year for Ashley, who holds a 43-point lead over Brown after two playoff races. 

Capps, the defending world champ in Funny Car, also pulled to second in points with his win on Sunday, hanging on against Alexis DeJoria in the championship round with a 3.967 at 267.32 in his 11,000-horsepower NAPA Auto Parts Toyota GR Supra. That gives Capps his fourth win this season, which is also his first as a team owner, and 72nd in his standout career. Capps’ Sunday included wins against Blake Alexander, Bob Tasca III and then 16-time world champ and No. 1 qualifier John Force to set up the marquee matchup with DeJoria. Capps was quicker on the starting line and then hung on for the victory, which puts him just 27 points behind leader Robert Hight as the Countdown to the Championship nears the halfway mark. 

“I can’t say enough about the people around me,” said Capps, who has wins in three of the past four Funny Car races. “There’s nothing better than throwing down in the first round and it was on from there. From the second round on, we were just picking up points and it worked out great. It’s fun to be in our pit area right now. It’s just a good vibe right now and I wanted a place like this. We’re very blessed to do this and this team, they just raise the bar for me. 

"It was an emotional day and every round win was huge. I knew in Indy we had a great weekend, but we were humbled (in Reading). That's drag racing and I just wanted to get back in the fight (today). It's fun to be right back in it." 

DeJoria knocked off J.R. Todd, Hight and Matt Hagan to reach the finals for the first time this season and the 12th time in her career. 

Stanfield made a major move and jumped back into the championship mix on Sunday in Pro Stock, capturing his first career Countdown to the Championship victory by knocking off Matt Hartford in the final round with a run of 6.567 at 210.21 in his Janac Brothers Chevrolet Camaro. It’s Stanfield’s third win this season and seventh in his career and it might have come at the perfect time when it comes to the title conversation. He knocked off Deric Kramer, defending world champion Greg Anderson and Troy Coughlin Jr. to reach the final round and then left first on Hartford en route to the playoff win. Elite Motorsports teammate Erica Enders held a sizable lead after the first race in the Countdown to the Championship, but Stanfield pulled within 64 points after his impressive day at zMAX Dragway. 

“We’ve had a little adversity lately and we came through right there,” said Stanfield, who also advanced to his seventh final round in 2022. “I’ve been struggling as a driver, and we pulled it together today. The pressure was definitely on (in the finals), but I just want to keep driving and keep winning. I’m super thankful for this opportunity I have, and this was a great event at a great facility, and we’ll try to get another (win) next weekend. Matt has had my number lately, but we got it done today and I’m super pumped up. We wanted to come in and kind of turn things around this weekend and this was probably the most consistent driving job I've done all year long." 

Hartford enjoyed a big day as well, beating Bo Butner, Dallas Glenn, and Enders to reach the finals for the second time this season and the 12th time overall. 

The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series returns to action with the NHRA Midwest Nationals on Sept. 30-Oct. 2 at World Wide Technology Raceway in St. Louis. 


Top Fuel points leader Justin Ashley made a career-best run to close out qualifying at the 14th annual Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals, picking up the No. 1 qualifier on Saturday and clinching his second straight top spot at zMAX Dragway this season. 

John Force (Funny Car) and Erica Enders (Pro Stock) also qualified No. 1 at the second of six races in the Countdown to the Championship during the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season. 

Ashley rolled to the top with an impressive run of 3.668-seconds at 335.65 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Phillips Connect dragster, picking up his second career No. 1 qualifier. Ashley and Brittany Force also put on a show during their thrilling side-by-side pairing, making the two fastest runs in track history. Force’s 336.91 set the track record, while Ashley nearly matched it as he went to the top. The young standout advanced to the final round to open the Countdown to the Championship to move into the points lead and he’ll open raceday on Sunday against Alex Laughlin, looking for his third victory this season. 

“There’s something about zMAX Dragway and something about this team, too,” Ashley said. “We’re just along for the ride when it’s running like that, and it’s such a blast. Our team has been working so hard. We’ve got a big job to do tomorrow, and we want to be out here for a long time. The competition is tough, but we’ve got to continue to put our best foot forward. We've got a long way to go. It's really important to be consistent and put yourself in the best position to win on Sunday, but the way the Top Fuel field is, it's going to be a difficult first round." 

Force finished in the second position with her run of 3.685 as she tries to jump back in the Top Fuel points lead. Clay Millican took the third spot with a 3.687 at 331.20, while Mike Salinas, Doug Kalitta and Josh Hart all went in the 3.60s as well to take the next three positions. 

In Funny Car, John Force held onto the No. 1 position with his run of 3.854 at 330.47 from Friday in his 11,000-horsepower PEAK Chevrolet Camaro SS. That gives the 16-time world champion his second straight top qualifier at the Bellagio of dragstrips and also his second this season. It’s the 165th top qualifier for the Funny Car icon, who is after a big day on Sunday as he looks to make a big jump in the points standings. He’ll open eliminations fourth in points but is only a round out of second with teammate Robert Hight currently leading the way. 

“My guys are doing a really good job and we're learning every week," said Force, who is looking for his second straight win in Charlotte. "We'll see what happens tomorrow. The cards are leaning my way, but the guys in this class are really good and we've got our work cut out for us. I'm excited to be No. 1 and I love being in the game with these guys. I'm just having fun and I'm enjoying racing." 

Matt Hagan’s Friday run of 3.861 at 329.99 kept him in the top spot and three other drivers – Hight, defending world champ Ron Capps and Bob Tasca III – also went 3.86 to round out the top five. J.R. Todd climbed to sixth during the final session with his 3.873. 

Enders was simply dominant to close out qualifying, improving on Friday’s run with a stout 6.510 at 212.46 in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. The Pro Stock points leader made the quickest run during every qualifying session in Charlotte, continuing her recent string of incredible performances to open the Countdown to the Championship. She’s now made the quickest run in the last nine sessions, dating back to the second round of qualifying last weekend at Maple Grove Raceway.

That includes all four rounds of eliminations in the playoff opener en route to her seventh win this season, and Enders, a four-time will look to keep the hot streak going on Sunday at zMAX Dragway when she opens eliminations against Larry Morgan. 

“I think this just shows we're capable of," Enders said. "To come in here and accumulate nine points in qualifying, we're just going to keep chipping away it and hopefully we can extend our lead. But we've got a target on our back, so we've got to go to work. I don't want to leave everything laying on the table and every round is important tomorrow. Hopefully we start out on the right foot and just battle it out all day long." 

Troy Coughlin Jr., who has been to the final round at three of the past four races, winning twice, had a big day as well, qualifying second with a run of 6.522 at 211.10. Defending world champion Greg Anderson improved on Saturday but got bumped to third with his 6.528 at 210.21. 

In the FuelTech NHRA Pro Mod Drag Racing Series presented by D-Wagon, defending world champion Jose Gonzalez qualified No. 1 with a run of 5.678 at 252.95. The race this weekend is powered by Pee Dee Fleet and Gonzalez will aim for his first win of the 2022 season. 

Eliminations for the Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals begin at 12 p.m. on Sunday at zMAX Dragway.

Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 14th annual Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMax Dragway, the 18th of 22 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. Justin Ashley, 3.668 seconds, 335.65 mph vs. 16. Alex Laughlin, 3.815, 320.89; 2. Brittany Force, 3.685, 336.91 vs. 15. Spencer Massey, 3.795, 323.35; 3. Clay Millican, 3.687, 331.20 vs. 14. Doug Foley, 3.767, 302.08; 4. Mike Salinas, 3.689, 330.63 vs. 13. Leah Pruett, 3.758, 316.82; 5. Doug Kalitta, 3.689, 328.94 vs. 12. Shawn Langdon, 3.746, 322.19; 6. Josh Hart, 3.696, 331.04 vs. 11. Tony Schumacher, 3.737, 326.63; 7. Antron Brown, 3.705, 326.08 vs. 10. Austin Prock, 3.736, 334.98; 8. Steve Torrence, 3.715, 328.86 vs. 9. Billy Torrence, 3.720, 325.77.

Funny Car -- 1. John Force, Chevy Camaro, 3.854, 330.47 vs. Bye; 2. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.861, 329.99 vs. 13. John Smith, Charger, 4.059, 299.33; 3. Robert Hight, Camaro, 3.864, 331.45 vs. 12. Jim Campbell, Charger, 3.990, 317.34; 4. Ron Capps, Toyota Supra, 3.866, 334.90 vs. 11. Blake Alexander, Ford Mustang, 3.908, 323.04; 5. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 3.866, 331.77 vs. 10. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.903, 326.00; 6. J.R. Todd, Supra, 3.873, 328.54 vs. 9. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.903, 329.42; 7. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.887, 315.86 vs. 8. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.891, 332.34.

Pro Stock -- 1. Erica Enders, Chevy Camaro, 6.510, 212.46 vs. 16. Larry Morgan, Camaro, 6.603, 208.62; 2. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.522, 211.10 vs. 15. Fernando Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.586, 208.39; 3. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.528, 210.21 vs. 14. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.574, 209.52; 4. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.530, 210.08 vs. 13. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.562, 210.14; 5. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.530, 210.05 vs. 12. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.560, 208.94; 6. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.538, 211.13 vs. 11. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.556, 210.37; 7. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.544, 210.83 vs. 10. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.553, 209.36; 8. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.548, 209.69 vs. 9. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.552, 209.69.

Did Not Qualify: 17. Rob Tucker, 6.657, 208.84.


Looking to sweep both races at zMAX Dragway this season, legendary Funny Car driver John Force rolled to the provisional No. 1 position on Friday in Charlotte at the 14th annual Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals. 

Doug Kalitta (Top Fuel) and Erica Enders (Pro Stock) are also provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the second of six races in the Countdown to the Championship during the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season. 

Force, who has won the four-wide race at the track the past two years, just missed the track record at the second race in the playoffs, going 3.854-seconds at 330.47 mph in his 11,000-horsepower PEAK Chevrolet Camaro SS. If it holds it would be the 16-time world champion’s second No. 1 qualifier this year and 165th in his career. Force has forged an impressive rhythm at the state-of-the-art facility in recent years and is trying to make a move in the points standings as well. He’s currently fourth in points and is looking to make a big push this weekend. 

“It’s a great track to run numbers like this, but there’s a stack of them right behind me that can do the same, and we’re going to have conditions like this tomorrow,” Force said. “We’ve got a good team and it’s coming around, (but) we’ve got a lot of work to do. They were all there tomorrow, but at least we got to shine for one night. Our team had a great weekend last weekend with Robert (Hight) and Austin (Prock) both winning, and we’re back in the fight in the Countdown.” 

Three other standouts closely followed right behind Force, as points leader Hight, defending world champ Ron Capps and Matt Hagan all went 3.86. Hagan is currently second with his run of 3.861 at 329.99, with Hight and Capps going 3.864 and 3.866, respectively. Bob Tasca III rounded out the top five with a 3.876. 

Looking to get into the Top Fuel championship hunt with a late-season run – and also pick up a milestone victory along the way – Kalitta was the only driver to dip into the 3.60s on Friday, rocketing to the top with his run of 3.694 at 326.56 in his 11,000-horsepower Mac Tools dragster. Kalitta is seeking his second No. 1 qualifier this season, but also his 50th career win – and first victory since 2020 – as he looks to ramp up his 2022 performance. The veteran hasn’t been to a final round yet this year, but timing is everything in the Countdown to the Championship and Kalitta looked strong on Friday under the lights at zMAX Dragway. 

“I always love coming here and the conditions were perfect,” Kalitta said. “We had a lot of confidence in that run, and I was really happy it ran what it did. We’re getting down to the wire and we’re trying to go rounds. It was a great effort by the team and the car stayed in the groove well. It was pretty impressive with all the side-by-side runs and we’re looking forward to getting after it tomorrow. All year long, we’ve tried to keep improving and I think we’ve stumbled upon some things. This would be an awesome time to start going rounds and have a consistent car.” 

Competing in the playoffs for the first time, defending event winner and second-year driver Josh Hart is currently second thanks to his 3.702 at 328.38, while points leader Justin Ashley is right behind with a 3.703 at 330.72. 

Enders delivered an impressive boom to open Pro Stock qualifying on Friday in Charlotte, rolling to No. 1 by a considerable margin with her 6.513 at 210.93 in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. The next closest to her was defending world champ Greg Anderson, who went 6.535 at 209.82, but Enders remained a step ahead as she closes in on her fourth No. 1 position this season and 27th in her career. After a dominant performance last weekend in Reading to open the Countdown to the Championship, Enders, the points leader and four-time world champ, kept up her impressive pace to open up the race weekend at zMAX Dragway. 

“This is a dream come true for me,” Enders said. “The drive for five (world championships) is still alive and we’re going to try to continue to execute the best we can. It definitely felt good when I let the clutch out. All these (qualifying) points matter in the Countdown and our goal is to accumulate as many as we can. We did that in Reading and we're going to try to keep our foot on their throats. We're off to a good start (in the Countdown), but we have five races left and we want to capitalize on every moment. We have to make these five races count and see what happens."  

Anderson, who won in Indy to close the regular season, sits second while his KB Racing teammate, Dallas Glenn, is third after his pass of 6.537 at 210.50. 

Qualifying continues at 1:30 p.m. ET on Saturday at the Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMAX Dragway.

Friday's results after the first one of three rounds of qualifying for the 14th annual Betway NHRA Carolina Nationals at zMax Dragway, 18th of 22 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Doug Kalitta, 3.694 seconds, 326.56 mph; 2. Josh Hart, 3.702, 328.38; 3. Justin Ashley, 3.703, 330.72; 4. Brittany Force, 3.712, 297.29; 5. Clay Millican, 3.721, 329.58; 6. Antron Brown, 3.728, 331.28; 7. Billy Torrence, 3.750, 326.08; 8. Leah Pruett, 3.758, 316.82; 9. Doug Foley, 3.778, 322.88; 10. Shawn Langdon, 3.779, 324.20; 11. Alex Laughlin, 3.815, 320.89; 12. Austin Prock, 5.887, 107.70; 13. Tony Schumacher, 5.891, 107.05; 14. Mike Salinas, 6.873, 82.29; 15. Steve Torrence, 7.280, 80.55; 16. Spencer Massey, 11.242, 80.14. 

Funny Car -- 1. John Force, Chevy Camaro, 3.854, 330.47; 2. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.861, 329.99; 3. Robert Hight, Camaro, 3.864, 331.45; 4. Ron Capps, Toyota Supra, 3.866, 334.90; 5. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.876, 329.26; 6. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.891, 332.34; 7. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.908, 323.04; 8. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.919, 329.42; 9. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.937, 322.04; 10. J.R. Todd, Supra, 3.950, 328.54; 11. Jim Campbell, Charger, 3.990, 317.34; 12. Chad Green, Mustang, 7.087, 85.15.

Pro Stock -- 1. Erica Enders, Chevy Camaro, 6.513, 210.93; 2. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.535, 209.82; 3. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.537, 210.50; 4. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.540, 209.95; 5. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.543, 209.88; 6. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.544, 210.83; 7. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.571, 209.59; 8. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.580, 208.26; 9. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.581, 210.24; 10. Fernando Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.594, 209.33; 11. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.594, 202.42; 12. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 9.196, 101.71; 13. Rob Tucker, Camaro, 9.690, 131.73; 14. Larry Morgan, Camaro, 11.802, 75.25; 15. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 23.258, 28.65; 16. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 23.725, 32.25.

Not Qualified: 17. Bo Butner, broke.





1   18   TA/D Earl Nichols Jr., Wilmington DE, Dragst  5.202  274.72  274.72
  2    7   TA/D Matthew Cummings, Delray Beach FL, Hadm  5.227  266.74  272.89
  3  613   TA/D Joey Severance, Woodburn OR, Hadman-NRE  5.239  277.72  277.72
  4    3   TA/D Shawn Cowie, Langley BC, Hadman-BAE      5.239  277.32  277.32
  5 2631   TA/D Brad McBride, Granite Falls NC, Dragste  5.259  264.13  264.13
  6    4   TA/D Julie Nataas, Brownsburg IN, Copeland-B  5.261  272.56  272.78
  7 1810   TA/D Travis Shumake, New York City NY, Copel  5.263  271.35  271.35
  8    6   TA/D Jasmine Salinas, Brownsburg IN, Indy-HE  5.322  272.94  272.94
  9    5   TA/D Karen Stalba, Hammonton NJ, Page-HEMI    5.329  275.67  276.13
 10  375   A/FD Jeff Chatterson, Brantford ON, Bowen-BAE 5.339  270.64  270.64



1  800 Ulf Leanders, Viksjofors SW, '18 Camaro         5.439  267.53  267.53
  2    1 Sean Bellemeur, Placentia CA, '22 Camaro        5.453  267.64  267.64
  3    4 DJ Cox Jr., Whiteford MD, '19 Camaro            5.458  268.97  268.97
  4    9 Shane Westerfield, Fullerton CA, '18 Camaro     5.498  268.65  268.65
  5  313 Andy Bohl, Racine WI, '22 Camaro                5.512  271.24  271.24
  6    3 Bob McCosh, Columbia MO, '22 Camaro             5.512  268.71  268.71
  7   34 Tony Bogolo, Hamilton OH, '19 Camaro            5.557  262.28  262.28
  8   10 Brian Gawlik, Allentown PA, '17 Camaro          5.561  261.83  262.69
  9   14 Matt Gill, West Bridgewater MA, '16 Camaro      5.605  255.73  255.73
 10  226 Melinda Green-King, Norfolk VA, '21 Camaro      5.714  254.52  254.52



1   21   A/AP David Eaton, Merrit Island FL, '32 Bantam  6.490  7.23  -0.740
  2   14   I/SM Joe Carnasciale, Ashway RI, '06 Cavalier   8.809  9.52  -0.711
  3 K283   C/ED Jared Kimbrough, Pace FL, Dragster-Chevy   7.406  7.91  -0.504
  4 1375  FS/SM Mike Letellier, New York NE, '17 Chevy Ca  8.114  8.49  -0.376
  5 2725    F/D Keith Roberts, Wilmington NC, Dragster-Ch 15.000  8.59   6.410



 1 3800  GT/JA Mike Taylor, Somerset KY, '08 Cobalt       9.746 10.80  -1.054
  2 2221  SS/DM Richard Mace, Jacksonville FL, '05 Grand   8.720  9.75  -1.030
  3  131  GT/FA Sterling Simmons, Chesterfield VA, '05 Ca  9.234 10.25  -1.016
  4   27  SS/JA Troy Huntzberry, Hagerstown MD, '06 Cobalt 9.987 11.00  -1.013
  5 2075  FGT/C Jake Sealey, Columbia SC, '08 Mustang      8.797  9.80  -1.003
  6 2963  FGT/E Don Barber, Hohenwald TN, '96 Averger      9.026 10.00  -0.974
  7 2530  FGT/D Hugh Meeks III, Pike Road AL, '19 Camaro   8.954  9.90  -0.946
  8 1968  SS/AH Steve Comella, Webster NY, '68 Dart        8.511  9.45  -0.939
  9  177  GT/JA Herbie Null Jr, Greencastle PA, '90 Camaro 9.863 10.80  -0.937
 10 2910  FGT/H Ed Longhany Sr., Wade NC, '00 Stratus      9.417 10.35  -0.933



1 1179   FS/C Bob Letellier, Biddeford ME, '14 Camaro    9.254 10.30  -1.046
  2 2962   E/SA Terry Hembree, Blue Ridge GA, '69 Camaro  10.657 11.70  -1.043
  3 5737  FS/AA Chris Vang, Sterling CO, '17 Camaro        8.391  9.40  -1.009
  4 1656  FS/AA Kenneth Miele, Selma NC, '08 Mustang       8.398  9.40  -1.002
  5 2952   B/SA Jeff Longhany, Wade NC, '00 Corvette      10.248 11.25  -1.002
  6 1911   M/SA Timothy Stickles, Dover NH, '80 Malibu    11.859 12.85  -0.991
  7 1352   A/SA Bill Hawk, Manassas VA, '67 Mustang       10.025 11.00  -0.975
  8  259   G/SA Morgan Taylor, Simpsonville SC, '69 Nova  11.028 12.00  -0.972
  9   29   J/SA Jim Marshall, Indian Island SC, '79 Camaro11.487 12.45  -0.963
 10 2700   L/SA Joseph Strickland, Rowland NC, '92 Camaro 11.753 12.70  -0.947



 1 3556 Lester Johnson, Cynthiana KY, '58 Corvette      6.095  239.19  239.19
  2    3 Darian Boesch, Kenner LA, '18 Camaro            6.204  232.71  232.71
  3 2912 Sandy Wilkins, Mt Ulla NC, '69 Camaro           6.233  223.91  223.91
  4 404M Florentino Martin, New Braunfels CA, '15 Camaro 6.288  230.13  230.13
  5 1929 Jeff Brooks, Fredericksburg VA, '51 Henry J     6.396  211.69  218.12
  6 200C Chad Morrison, Statesville NC, '57 Belair       6.516  200.47  208.65
  7   41 Vince Hoda, D'Iberville MS, '68 Camaro          6.557  213.06  213.06
  8 1027 Vonnie Mills, Kennedyville MD, '13 Camaro       6.611  211.43  211.43
  9    7 Jerry Albert, Avon OH, '97 Camaro               6.621  208.39  208.39
 10 4720 Mike Morehead, Bryant AR, '13 Camaro            6.633  204.94  204.94