Top Fuel’s Justin Ashley closed out the final NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Motorsports Park with a victory in a front of a sellout crowd, powering to a win over Shawn Langdon in the championship round on Sunday.
Robert Hight (Funny Car) and Camrie Caruso (Pro Stock) also won the second of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.
Ashley put together a run of 3.705-seconds at 329.34 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Phillips Connect Toyota dragster powered by National Debt Relief, driving past Langdon’s 3.732 at 329.58. It gives Ashley his sixth career victory and first at Phoenix as the championship contender also defeated Tony Schumacher, Mike Salinas and Steve Torrence to reach the final round. Ashley was stellar on the starting line during eliminations, leaving first in the final round and holding on for the victory in front of another massive crowd in Phoenix.
“You’re as only as good as the team you surround yourself with,” Ashley said. “We’re a resilient group and it was an incredible raceday. The fans were fantastic all weekend long, but I knew we had to go through a gauntlet of opponents. A win like this sets the tone for the year because it builds momentum and every point matters.
“We made a lot of changes to the car in the off-season and we’ve got a new set-up, but the guys have stayed with it. It was just a matter of being patient and it was an incredible weekend. The fans were amazing and it was absolutely packed."

Langdon drove to his first final round in 2023 and 38th in his career, defeating Antron Brown, No. 1 qualifier and Kalitta Motorsports teammate Doug Kalitta and Leah Pruett. He’ll face Pruett in the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge next weekend in Pomona, with Ashley racing Torrence.
In Funny Car, Hight, who finished 2022 with eight victories, picked up his 62nd career victory in his 11,000-horsepower Flav-R-Pac Chevrolet Camaro after going 3.930 at 328.62 to beat defending world champ Ron Capps. It gives Hight the points lead and his second straight Phoenix victory, putting on a show after struggling during eliminations. The multi-time world champ qualified just ninth but Hight and his team, led by crew chief Jimmy Prock, were brilliant on Sunday, making the quickest run of every round, including a 3.900 in the semifinals to beat Chad Green. He also picked up wins against teammate John Force and No. 1 qualifier Bob Tasca III, making another strong run in the final round to the huge crowd’s delight.
"We better get used to that because this whole Funny Car field is stacked from top to bottom, and to win one of these races, you're going to have to go through four hitters, and that's we did that today," Hight said. "It's a huge win. You can just tell when Jimmy is on to something, and he's got the confidence, and that gives me confidence.

“I just love coming here. The fans are great and to see this crowd we had for three days, that really pumps you up as a driver. They’re back in the pits with you and that’s just what makes NHRA drag racing so awesome.”
Capps went to his 141st career final round thanks to round wins against Alex Laughlin, Blake Alexander and Alexis DeJoria. He’ll race DeJoria in the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge, with DeJoria winning the Challenge on Saturday in Phoenix. Hight will take on Green in a semifinal rematch as well.
Caruso enjoyed her own memorable day in Phoenix, picking up her first career victory with a run of 6.592 at 210.31 in her Powerbuilt Tools Camaro to slip past Bo Butner’s 6.593, becoming just the second female to win in Pro Stock in NHRA history. The second-year driver impressed throughout eliminations, also giving the new KB Titan Racing team its first victory. She opened raceday by knocking off Deric Kramer, got past No. 1 qualifier Cristian Cuadra and then got past Matt Hartford on a holeshot. Caruso, who reached one final round a year ago en route to winning NHRA Rookie of the Year honors, was first off the line in the final round as well, securing a victory and a moment she won’t forget.
“It was so awesome to get the win,” Caruso said. “I just went out there like it was another round and tried my best to do my job because I knew the guys were going to do their job. I'm just excited and thankful. I was really hoping we'd start the year off with a really good bang. There's just a whole bunch of people here that I couldn't have done it without, especially my team and our partners. This new team, working with them has really been great and I just wanted to hold up my end of the bargain.”

Butner reached his first final round since 2020, which also took place in Phoenix, by defeating teammate and defending world champ Erica Enders, Fernando Cuadra Jr. and Kyle Koretsky. The next Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge in Pro Stock will feature Caruso taking on Hartford and Butner facing off with Koretsky.
The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series returns to action March 30-April 2 with the Lucas Oil Winternationals at In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip in Pomona, Calif.






Alexis DeJoria claimed the victory in the first Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge as part of the NHRA Arizona Nationals, defeating J.R. Todd in the Funny Car final round of the bonus event on Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.
In the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge, Doug Kalitta (Top Fuel) and Troy Coughlin (Jr.) also picked up wins in the bonus event in Phoenix. Kalitta (Top Fuel), Bob Tasca III (Funny Car) and Cristian Cuadra (Pro Stock) all qualified No. 1 at the second of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.
DeJoria went 3.914-seconds at 324.51 mph in her 11,000-horsepower Bandero Premium Tequila Toyota GR Supra to knock off Todd, claiming the bonus purse and bonus points for the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. The win also took place at the site of her first Funny Car victory, which came in 2014 at Phoenix. She knocked off Matt Hagan to reach the final round of the Challenge and then easily drove past Todd when he went up in smoke to start the celebration.
“It’s really incredible to be able to do this here at this track. It really just makes even better memories of this track,” DeJoria said. “They just keep coming here. The track was a little tricky this weekend, so to make it down the track was a big deal. It feels really good to get that redemption and give that (bonus) check to my team. We’ll see what happens tomorrow, but today we’re going home with a win.”
Tasca claimed the No. 1 spot with a stout run of 3.898 at 329.50 in his 11,000-horsepower Ford Motorcraft/Quick Lane Mustang, giving the veteran his 10th career top spot. He was the only driver to make a run in the 3.80s in qualifying, giving Tasca plenty of confidence heading into eliminations. He’ll open raceday against Jim Campbell, racing for his first win of the year.
“Hats off to (crew chiefs) Todd (Okuhara) and Aaron (Brooks) and the whole team. They’re very different than anyone I’ve ever raced with,” Tasca said. “You saw all of the cars struggling, but they don’t care what anyone else runs. They just focus on what they believe we can run. I love racing here and it’s great to see a sellout crowd. It’s an iconic place and I’ve had so many great memories here.”
DeJoria finished second in qualifying and Blake Alexander took third after going 3.927 at 322.50.

In Top Fuel, Kalitta is on the verge of a stellar weekend in Phoenix, enjoying another great day at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park with his victory in the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge. The veteran earned the win over Mike Salinas in the bonus event with a run of 3.868 at 294.82 in his 11,000-horsepower Mac Tools dragster. Kalitta also sewed up the No. 1 qualifier spot with his stellar Friday run of 3.679 held up, earning his 52nd career top spot.
He’ll open eliminations against Rob Passey, aiming for his milestone 50th career win, but grabbed plenty of momentum with his Challenge victory, which included getting past Steve Torrence in the semifinals on Saturday.

“We certainly appreciate the opportunity to run this race and it’s such a cool challenge,” Kalitta said. “Fortunately, I got to the end and the win light was on, so that was good and we’re super happy. We’re definitely looking forward to tomorrow, but it’s going to be a dogfight like it always is. But we’re looking forward to getting after it and let’s see if we can get a double-up.”
Salinas qualified second with a 3.689 at 335.73 from Friday, while Austin Prock’s 3.696 at 330.31 gave him third.
In Pro Stock’s first Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge, Troy Coughlin Jr. kept his early-season hot streak going, beating Greg Anderson in the final round with a pass of 6.572 at 208.78 in his JEGS.com/White Castle/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. It follows his victory in Gainesville and Coughlin, who also knocked off Dallas Glenn in a Gatornationals rematch, couldn’t be more thrilled with his quick start.
“What an honor to be the first winner of this. I can’t say enough about my group right now,” Coughlin said. “Cloud nine is an understatement right now. They’ve got this car flying and it’s just a tribute to my guys and how hard they work. I wish we could race every day, so let’s keep this going.”
Qualifying also included a historic moment, as Cristian Cuadra kept the top spot, becoming the first Mexican driver in NHRA history to qualify No. 1, as his 6.552 at 210.24 in his Corral Boots Ford Mustang held up from Friday. It gave Cuadra a special moment as he now looks to pick up his first career victory, opening eliminations against Alan Prusiensky.
“It’s crazy. Everything starts with a dream,” Cuadra said. “I was a kid and saw my dad racing and I wanted to be in that spot. You meet the people at Elite Motorsports to help make the dream come true. My heart wants to go out of my chest and I feel really, really happy. That’s why we’re here. We want to make history for our country. Now my next goal is to try and get a Wally.”
Eliminations for the NHRA Arizona Nationals begin at 11 a.m. MT on Sunday at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.

Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 38th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park, the second of 21 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. Doug Kalitta, 3.679 seconds, 330.23 mph vs. 16. Rob Passey, 4.840, 209.88; 2. Mike Salinas, 3.689, 335.73 vs. 15. Clay Millican, 4.283, 199.08; 3. Austin Prock, 3.696, 330.31 vs. 14. Jim Maroney, 3.960, 311.49; 4. Leah Pruett, 3.721, 327.66 vs. 13. Buddy Hull, 3.899, 284.62; 5. Brittany Force, 3.722, 323.12 vs. 12. Josh Hart, 3.869, 314.02; 6. Steve Torrence, 3.724, 329.02 vs. 11. Krista Baldwin, 3.844, 321.35; 7. Justin Ashley, 3.724, 328.06 vs. 10. Tony Schumacher, 3.762, 330.07; 8. Shawn Langdon, 3.729, 330.07 vs. 9. Antron Brown, 3.739, 328.54. 

Funny Car -- 1. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.898, 329.50 vs. 16. Jim Campbell, Toyota Solara, broke; 2. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Supra, 3.914, 324.51 vs. 15. J.R. Todd, Supra, 5.332, 138.50; 3. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.927, 322.50 vs. 14. Paul Lee, Dodge Charger, 4.692, 176.84; 4. Matt Hagan, Charger, 3.934, 325.85 vs. 13. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 4.671, 172.87; 5. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.952, 319.29 vs. 12. Bobby Bode, Mustang, 4.474, 187.91; 6. Ron Capps, Supra, 4.028, 269.19 vs. 11. Alex Laughlin, Charger, 4.465, 197.83; 7. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.044, 308.14 vs. 10. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 4.228, 231.04; 8. John Force, Chevy Camaro, 4.057, 272.39 vs. 9. Robert Hight, Camaro, 4.218, 222.95. 
Did Not Qualify: 16. Jim Campbell, DQ. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Cristian Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.552, 210.24 vs. 16. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.644, 206.95; 2. Kyle Koretsky, Chevy Camaro, 6.554, 210.37 vs. 15. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.611, 208.42; 3. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.556, 210.11 vs. 14. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.600, 209.17; 4. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.557, 209.52 vs. 13. Jerry Tucker, Camaro, 6.595, 208.55; 5. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.558, 209.04 vs. 12. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.586, 208.75; 6. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.566, 208.59 vs. 11. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.577, 209.04; 7. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.567, 209.17 vs. 10. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.575, 209.65; 8. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.571, 210.24 vs. 9. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.573, 209.14. 
Did Not Qualify: 17. Shane Tucker, 6.657, 208.04; 18. Fernando Cuadra, 12.852, 67.35. 

Saturday's Mission Food #2Fast2Tasty Challenge final results from the 38th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. T

Top Fuel Challenge -- Doug Kalitta, 3.868 seconds, 294.82 mph def. Mike Salinas, 4.523 seconds, 171.97 mph. 

Funny Car Challenge -- Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Supra, 3.914, 324.51 def. J.R. Todd, Supra, 7.782, 86.99. 

Pro Stock Challenge -- Troy Coughlin Jr., Chevy Camaro, 6.572, 208.78 def. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.603, 208.91. 


Mission Food #2Fast2Tasty Challenge final round-by-round results from the 38th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.


ROUND ONE -- Mike Salinas, 3.752, 330.55 def. Leah Pruett, 4.337, 216.90; Doug Kalitta, 9.114, 80.37 def. Steve Torrence, Foul - Red Light; 
FINAL -- D. Kalitta, 3.868, 294.82 def. M. Salinas, 4.523, 171.97. 


ROUND ONE -- J.R. Todd, Toyota Supra, 5.332, 138.50 def. Chad Green, Ford Mustang, 7.499, 58.84; Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.980, 308.92 def. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 4.078, 270.43; 
FINAL -- A. DeJoria, 3.914, 324.51 def. J. Todd, 7.782, 86.99. 


ROUND ONE -- Greg Anderson, Chevy Camaro, 6.575, 209.65 def. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.623, 208.71; Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.567, 209.17 def. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.572, 210.24; 
FINAL -- T. Coughlin Jr., 6.572, 208.78 def. G. Anderson, 6.603, 208.91. 




Top Fuel veteran Doug Kalitta is in line for his second straight No. 1 qualifier position in Phoenix, powering to the provisional top spot on Friday at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.

Blake Alexander (Funny Car) and Cristian Cuadra (Pro Stock) are also the provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the second of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.
Kalitta, who has 49 career Top Fuel victories, went 3.679-seconds at 330.23 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Mac Tools dragster to go to No. 1. Should it hold, Kalitta would pick up his first No. 1 qualifier since last year in Phoenix and the 52nd in his career. It marks another strong moment in the early part of the season for the veteran. He struggled a year ago, including a first-round upset in Phoenix last year, but is motivated for a big turnaround in 2023.
“The car was strong and to go out and run a 3.67 was pretty cool,” Kalitta said. “My guys have been working their tails off on this thing and we’re super hungry to make it happen. There’s no better place to do it than here because we love coming to Phoenix.
“Last year was just one of those years. For whatever reason, the car just wasn’t happy, and it wasn’t responding to what we were doing. It was a long year, but I think all the changes and everything we’ve made have been paying off. Hopefully we’ll just stay on a nice roll.”

Kalitta will also be part of Saturday’s first Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge, which offers a bonus purse and bonus playoff points, plus competitive racing during qualifying. It includes semifinal rematches from the previous race, including Kalitta taking on Steve Torrence and Gainesville winner Mike Salinas racing Leah Pruett. Salinas is currently qualified second with a 3.689 at 335.73, with Austin Prock’s 3.696 at 330.31 putting him third.
Alexander made the most of his one pass on Friday in Funny Car, going to the top in his 11,000-horsepower Pronto/Head Inc. Ford Mustang with a run of 3.927 at 322.50. If that holds, Alexander would earn his first No. 1 qualifier in a loaded Funny Car class, as the talented driver made one of only two three-second runs during the session. After a first-round loss to open the year, it was also a positive move in the right direction.
“We came out today with the mindset of we didn’t do that well on Friday in Gainesville. In fact, we lit the car on fire, and we just wanted to get down the track today,” Alexander said. “It turned out to be a nice ending for us. We work really, really hard and even when you have a bad weekend you work extra hard. So we’re happy. We know what this car needs and we just need to keep moving forward.”
Chad Green, who is competing in Saturday’s Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge, is currently second after going 3.952 at 319.29 and Terry Haddock is third with a 4.044 at 308.14. Green will face off with J.R. Todd in the Challenge, while Matt Hagan takes on Alexis DeJoria in a semifinal rematch from Gainesville.
In an impressive Pro Stock qualifying session, Cristian Cuadra went to the top position, closing in on his first career No.1 qualifier with a run of 6.552 at 210.24 in his Corral Boots Ford Mustang. Cuadra has advanced to one final round in his career but hasn’t finished on top in qualifying. That could change this weekend in Phoenix after a strong start on Friday.
“When I saw my time slip, I was excited but I thought it wasn't going to be No. 1 because the fast cars, Erica [Enders], Greg [Anderson], and T.J. [Troy Coughlin Jr.] all those cars are always really fast,” Cuadra said. “I was really, really amazed. Hopefully, I can keep it for tomorrow. I'm really excited. I really want to be the first Mexican to be No. 1. That's something important for me. We want to make history in Mexico, and we're already making it.”

Kyle Koretsky, who qualified No. 1 in Phoenix last season, is currently second after a run of 6.554 at 210.37 and KB Titan Racing teammate Dallas Glenn is right behind thanks to a run of 6.556 at 210.11. The Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge matchups include Troy Coughlin Jr. racing Glenn, and Mason McGaha taking on Greg Anderson.
Qualifying continues at 12 p.m. MT on Saturday at the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park.

Friday's results after the first one of three rounds of qualifying for the 38th annual NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park, second of 21 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Doug Kalitta, 3.679 seconds, 330.23 mph; 2. Mike Salinas, 3.689, 335.73; 3. Austin Prock, 3.696, 330.31; 4. Brittany Force, 3.722, 323.12; 5. Steve Torrence, 3.724, 329.02; 6. Justin Ashley, 3.724, 328.06; 7. Leah Pruett, 3.737, 330.39; 8. Shawn Langdon, 3.755, 327.35; 9. Jim Maroney, 3.960, 311.49; 10. Clay Millican, 4.335, 181.06; 11. Krista Baldwin, 4.660, 160.59; 12. Tony Schumacher, 4.706, 154.86; 13. Antron Brown, 5.932, 113.31; 14. Buddy Hull, 7.326, 96.38; 15. Josh Hart, 12.919, 53.22. 

Funny Car -- 1. Blake Alexander, Ford Mustang, 3.927, 322.50; 2. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.952, 319.29; 3. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.044, 308.14; 4. Paul Lee, Dodge Charger, 5.064, 149.81; 5. Matt Hagan, Charger, 5.101, 145.88; 6. J.R. Todd, Toyota Supra, 5.412, 133.26; 7. Bobby Bode, Mustang, 5.697, 119.15; 8. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 5.817, 156.92; 9. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 7.014, 103.36; 10. Ron Capps, Supra, 7.254, 96.09; 11. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 7.288, 101.09; 12. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 7.538, 83.54; 13. Alex Laughlin, Charger, 8.063, 78.32; 14. John Force, Camaro, 8.520, 77.43; 15. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 13.598, 35.14. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Cristian Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.552, 210.24; 2. Kyle Koretsky, Chevy Camaro, 6.554, 210.37; 3. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.556, 210.11; 4. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.557, 209.52; 5. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.559, 211.10; 6. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.571, 210.24; 7. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.571, 208.30; 8. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.577, 209.23; 9. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.577, 208.26; 10. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.581, 208.07; 11. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.586, 208.75; 12. Jerry Tucker, Camaro, 6.595, 208.55; 13. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.611, 208.42; 14. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.644, 206.95; 15. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.658, 207.69; 16. Shane Tucker, Camaro, 6.666, 207.24. Not Qualified: 17. Bo Butner, 7.924, 112.33; 18. Fernando Cuadra, 20.474, 38.81. 





  1   77   A/ND Kevin Carter, Peoria AZ, Carter-Chevy      6.826  7.52  -0.694
  2  353  CC/AT Bruno Massel, Elmhurst IL, '10 Cobalt      7.098  7.73  -0.632
  3   63   A/EA Ralph VanPaepeghem, Garden Valley ID, '32  8.804  7.91   0.894
  4    1   A/AA Ryan Priddy, Chino CA, '18 Camaro         17.931  7.15  10.781
  5 7406  AH/SM Eric Bell, Chandler AZ, '68 Barracuda     25.923  8.95  16.973



1 7680  FSS/F Tom Ferruggia, Menifee CA, '13 Camaro      9.234 10.20  -0.966
  2 7474  FSS/B Justin Lamb, Henderson NV, '23 Camaro      8.256  9.20  -0.944
  3 5820  GT/FA Brad Burton, Snohomish WA, '91 Firebird    9.310 10.25  -0.940
  4 7277  FSS/G Mike Johnston, Parker CA, '12 Camaro       9.328 10.25  -0.922
  5 7702  GT/KA Mike Graham, Tempe AZ, '00 Mustang        10.001 10.90  -0.899
  6 7696  GT/KA Len Schneider, Grass Valley CA, '84 Thund 10.012 10.90  -0.888
  7   75  SS/JA Mike Cotten, Cave Creek AZ, '70 Barracuda 10.138 11.00  -0.862
  8   74  SS/IA Larry Zavala, Montebello CA, '89 Camaro    9.839 10.70  -0.861
  9    4  SS/GA Wyatt Wagner, Bonner Springs KS, '68 Cama  9.699 10.55  -0.851
 10 4701  SS/JA Jason Stoll, Frederick OK, '88 Firebird   10.156 11.00  -0.844



1   61   L/SA Joe Sorensen, Woodburn OR, '69 Camaro     11.593 12.70  -1.107
  2 2586   V/SA McNeal Freeman, Conyers GA, '87 Caprice   14.431 15.50  -1.069
  3 A701   FS/E Evan Kowalski, Riverside CA, '14 Camaro   10.014 10.95  -0.936
  4 4688   F/SA Mike Cotten, Cave Creek AZ, '73 Duster    10.914 11.85  -0.936
  5  754   FS/D Lindy Lindholm, Newport Beach CA, '17 Cam  9.674 10.60  -0.926
  6 7410  AA/SA Robert Pond, Sedona AZ, '64 Fairlane       9.797 10.70  -0.903
  7 5009   FS/D Scott Burton, Golden CO, '10 Mustang       9.703 10.60  -0.897
  8 7341   E/SA Tony Marconi, Surprise AZ, '72 Demon      10.813 11.70  -0.887
  9  727   FS/D Mike Johnston, Parker AZ, '13 Camaro       9.720 10.60  -0.880
 10 5020   M/SA Norman Warling, Golden CO, '62 Catalina   11.974 12.85  -0.876






1 7145 Jennifer Wiens, Las Vegas NV, Race Tech-Madcap  6.075  228.50  228.50
  2    6 Thomas Bayer, Cherry Valley CA, Miller-Chevy    6.130  233.12  233.12
  3   79 John Richardson, Santa Clarita CA, Sarmento-Ch  6.141  212.86  212.86
  4 7711 Don London, Lake Havasu City AZ, M & M-Chevy    6.179  224.14  224.14
  5  494 Steve McDermott, Crowley TX, Undercover-Chevy   6.191  228.77  228.77
  6 7029 Bobby Ray McMahan, Lodi CA, TNT-Chevy           6.238  218.94  218.94
  7 7155 Jeff Connelly, Mesa AZ, Spitzer-Chevy           6.347  173.12  173.12
  8 7160 Andy Spiegel, Acton CA, Miller-SRE              6.385  209.17  209.17
  9 699B Aaron Steinkey, Dunmore AB, TNT-SUNS            6.391  214.42  214.42
 10 6164 Bernie Plourd, Lake Havasu AZ, Sarmento-Chevy   6.404  215.75  215.75




1 7155 Jeff Connelly, Mesa AZ, '19 Camaro              6.170  229.66  229.66
  2 702G Mike Proctor, Chandler AZ, '63 Corvette         6.282  222.55  222.55
  3  518 Monte Green, Mesa AZ, '07 Status                6.687  206.99  206.99
  4    4 Don Meziere, Escondid CA, '09 Cobalt            6.749  204.17  204.17
  5 7134 Bryan Warr, Riverton UT, '69 Camaro             6.780  203.46  203.46
  6 6502 Will Yakimetz, Vegreville AB, '69 Camaro        6.781  204.60  204.60
  7 7038 Pat Warr, Salt Lake City UT, '19 Corvette       6.794  201.01  201.01
  8 4979 Craig Liles, Artesia NM, '21 Camaro             6.840  200.95  200.95
  9 7256 Mera Silvia, Upland CA, '04 Cavalier            6.897  202.45  202.45
 10   77 Ken Ratzloff, Idaho Falls ID, '53 Champion      6.902  199.73  199.73