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BUTNER POCKETS FIRST RACE STAR WHEELS BONUS

 

Race Star Wheels officially kicked off their Low E.T. Pro Stock Bonus at the NHRA Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals this past weekend. KB Racing’s Bo Butner won the bonus with a low qualifying E.T. of 6.559. Butner was presented the $2,500.00 bonus check from Race Star owner L.B. Davis.

DSR TO HEADLINE 2019 PRI BREAKFAST

 

Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) drivers Tony Schumacher, Antron Brown, Leah Pritchett, Ron Capps, Jack Beckman, Matt Hagan, and Tommy Johnson Jr. will help kick off the 2019 Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show as special guests for the Grand Opening Breakfast on Thursday, December 12.

Offered exclusively for PRI Show attendees, the event features a live talk show-style program served up alongside a catered breakfast to some 3,000 industry professionals in the Indiana Convention Center’s Sagamore Ballroom just prior to the start of the three-day trade-only Show. 

2019 NHRA U.S. NATIONALS - NOTEBOOK CENTRAL

 

FORCE EMOTIONAL, REFLECTIVE FOLLOWING HISTORIC FIFTH U.S. NATIONALS FUNNY CAR WIN

It took John Force more than a year to earn his historic 150th career win.

It took him less than a month to win No. 151.

KALITTA POSITIONS HIMSELF FOR PLAYOFFS WITH LONG-AWAITED TOP FUEL INDY VICTORY

Top Fuel veteran Doug Kalitta watched Connie Kalitta – his uncle, team owner, and NHRA pioneer – thrash and toil and persevere to win the U.S. Nationals.

And Monday at the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis, it was his turn.

SAVIOE WINS INDY PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE TITLE FOR SECOND TIME

Just when it seemed Andrew Hines was unstoppable on his Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson, Jerry Savoie did the improbable Monday.

Savoie, the 2016 Pro Stock Motorcycle world champion who is racing a limited schedule this year, captured the prestigious U.S. Nationals title when Hines recorded a red-light start. Savoie clocked a 6.851-second ET at 195.25 for good measure.

LAUGHLIN SNARES PRESTIGIOUS INDY PRO STOCK TITLE

Just when it appeared a victory was lost Alex Laughlin drove past Erica Enders for a prestigious U.S. Nationals win.

Laughlin clocked a 6.648-second lap at 207.43 mph to get past his teammate Enders late after she slowed to 6.773 seconds at 206.80 mph.

J. FORCE, KALITTA, LAUGHLIN & SAVOIE GET MEMORABLE WINS AT 65TH ANNUAL U.S. NATIONALS

2019 NHRA U.S. NATIONALS - EVENT RESULTS

CHAD GREEN STABLE, TO UNDERGO SURGERY

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