Thirteen-time Funny Car champion John Force raced to
the lead in the POWERade Series points standings by winning the
rain-delayed $1.6 million O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals Monday afternoon
at Memphis Motorsports Park. Force, who has been in second place for
most of the season, defeated former teammate Tony Pedregon in the final
round to move in front of Ron Capps in the series standings by 17

Sharing the winner's circle with Force at the NHRA POWERade Series event
was Top Fuel points leader Doug Kalitta; Kurt Johnson in Pro Stock; and
back-to-back reigning Pro Stock Motorcycle champ Andrew Hines, who moved back on top in his category by three points.

Until Monday, it seemed every time Force had a chance to make up some
ground on Capps in the points race, he'd let the opportunity slip away.
Not so in Memphis as he recorded his 121st victory in his 194th career
final after Capps was eliminated in the quarterfinals by Pedregon.

After leaving dead-even with Pedregon, Force's Castrol GTX Ford Mustang
covered the quarter-mile distance in 4.786 seconds at 318.24 mph -- the
quickest and fastest pass of the weekend -- to easily better Pedregon's
tire-smoking 5.048 in his Q Racing Chevy Monte Carlo.

"I ain't trying to play it cool here but let's not get too excited about
being in the lead by a few points," said Force of his second win of the
season. "The heat's still killing us. It just wasn't too bad today. I
guess I ran a track record there in the final so that proves it. Today
was good, I didn't see Elvis at 1,000 feet and we got the win. They
still feel just as good as the first one did."

Kalitta's victory over first-time finalist and teammate Hillary Will was
efficient, but by far his biggest win of the race was his second-round
defeat of Tony Schumacher, who had been closing in fast in his U.S. Army
dragster on Kalitta with five final-round showings in a row.

The Kalitta vs. Schumacher showdown could end up being a pivotal moment
in the 2006 Top Fuel title chase as the two drivers have gone
head-to-head for the fourth time in the last five races. This time
Kalitta got the win to end Schumacher's incredible streak. Kalitta was
able to pump his lead back up to 136 points over the three-time world

"I've struggled here over the years to finally get a win here," said
Kalitta, who posted a 4.604 at 313.95 in his Mac Tools dragster in the
final round to defeat Will, who clocked a 4.644 at 312 in her KB Racing
dragster in her first career final. "It was huge. It was a real close
race with Tony. To have to run those guys and get by makes it more
special to get that first win here at Memphis.

"We're coming out of here with a few more points than we came in with.
It's really what we've needed to do, because we've been fading a little
the last few races."

Line continues to have the best car in Pro Stock as his Summit Racing Pontiac GTO once again ran the quickest pass in the Pro Stock final.
However, just as it was in Brainerd, Minn., one week ago, a better light
by his opponent gave the trophy away.

Johnson had the quicker reaction time and powered his ACDelco Chevy
Cobalt to a 6.718 at 204.42 to hold off the charging Line, who posted a
quicker, but losing 6.703 at 205.38. 

"I've never been able to win here on Sunday," said Johnson, a two-time
runner-up at this event. "Maybe we should always race on Mondays
instead. We're still figuring out a new car. We ran it at Brainerd and
here, so it's only got a few passes on it, but it seems to be happy at
the moment. It reacts well, goes fast, and runs quick.

"I want to win the next six races, but there are so many good drivers
and crews out here. We're all human. We want to hit home runs every time
up, but it usually doesn't work that way. You have to do the best you
can and see what happens."

With the POWERade Series lead on the line, Pro Stock Motorcycle
contenders Hines and Brown didn't get to race because Brown fouled at
the start on his U.S. Army Suzuki by .006 seconds, his sixth red-light
start of the year and third with the trophy on the line. It was Hines'
second victory of the year and seventh of his career on his Screamin'
Eagle Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson.

"I saw Antron's red-light come on and everything just went blank," Hines
said. "To come in here and get the win and get the POWERade points lead
back is such an awesome feeling. I hope it's hot the rest of the year
because we've done really well at the two hottest places we raced this
year, here and Denver."

The NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series continues with the 52nd annual Mac Tools U.S. Nationals, Aug. 30-Sept. 4 at O'Reilly Raceway Park at




Monday's final sportsman results from the 19th annual O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals presented by Pennzoil at Memphis Motorsports Park.  The $1.6 million race is the 17th of 23 in the $50 million NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series:

Competition Eliminator -- Lee Zane, Bantam Roadster, 9.325, 117.44  def. Al Ackerman, Dragster,

Stock Eliminator -- Jimmy Hidalgo, Chevy Camaro, 13.239, 69.13  def. Edmond Richardson, Camaro,
11.476, 92.37.

Super Comp -- J. Lee Didier, Dragster, 8.883, 176.33  def. Phillip Chester, Dragster, 8.872,

Super Gas -- David Tatum III, Chevy Cavalier, 9.941, 161.65  def. Ryan Bolin, Ford Mustang, 9.894,


Final round-by-round results from the 19th annual O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals presented by Pennzoil at Memphis Motorsports Park, the 17th of 23 events in the $50 million NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series:


ROUND ONE -- Morgan Lucas, 5.180, 240.77 def. J.R. Todd, 5.225, 261.12; Doug Kalitta, 4.860, 283.73 def. Cory McClenathan, 5.149, 271.62; Larry Dixon, 4.880, 288.77 def. Troy Buff, 9.318, 85.42; Brandon Bernstein,
5.325, 221.02 def. Doug Herbert, 5.531, 257.63; Bob Vandergriff, 5.390,
199.82 def. Rod Fuller, broke; Tony Schumacher, 4.757, 296.70 def. Clay
Millican, 5.751, 160.02; Hillary Will, 4.823, 295.72 def. Melanie
Troxel, 5.543, 180.57; Scott Palmer, 5.044, 251.25 def. David Grubnic,
5.658, 250.23;

QUARTERFINALS -- Lucas, 4.637, 294.95 def. Vandergriff, 4.720, 312.35;
Bernstein, 4.553, 327.59 def. Dixon, 4.614, 320.05; Will, 4.675, 313.58
def. Palmer, 5.761, 167.47; Kalitta, 4.599, 312.86 def. Schumacher,
4.592, 323.58;

SEMIFINALS -- Will, 4.657, 313.29 def. Lucas, 6.493, 129.94; Kalitta,
4.631, 315.93 def. Bernstein, 4.874, 310.05;

FINAL -- Kalitta, 4.604, 313.95 def. Will, 4.644, 312.13.


ROUND ONE -- Phil Burkart, Chevy Monte Carlo, 5.426, 276.01 def. Jim
Head, Dodge Stratus, 5.821, 215.96; Whit Bazemore, Dodge Charger,
11.545, 68.78 def. Tommy Johnson Jr., Monte Carlo, foul; Tony Pedregon,
Monte Carlo, 5.247, 270.16 def. Tony Bartone, Monte Carlo, 5.361,
226.20; Eric Medlen, Ford Mustang, 6.100, 212.29 def. Gary Densham, Monte Carlo, 6.812, 158.41; Ron Capps, Charger, 5.058, 292.08 def. Cruz Pedregon, Monte Carlo, 5.384, 249.07; John Force, Mustang, 5.356, 255.68 def. Tim Wilkerson, Monte Carlo, 12.108, 78.38; Robert Hight, Mustang, 5.097, 283.13 def. Bob Gilbertson, Stratus, 5.332, 275.00; Mike Ashley,
Stratus, 5.147, 274.66 def. Gary Scelzi, Charger, 5.226, 276.18;

QUARTERFINALS -- Medlen, 4.924, 300.00 def. Burkart, 5.025, 310.34;
Force, 4.824, 316.23 def. Bazemore, 5.107, 238.98; Hight, 4.835, 309.20
def. Ashley, 4.833, 314.97; T. Pedregon, 4.892, 313.44 def. Capps,
4.941, 302.89;

SEMIFINALS -- T. Pedregon, 4.895, 312.71 def. Hight, 4.958, 297.88;
Force, 5.017, 304.94 def. Medlen, 11.791, 63.13;

FINAL -- Force, 4.786, 318.24 def. T. Pedregon, 5.048, 238.72.


ROUND ONE -- Allen Johnson, Dodge Stratus, 6.810, 202.97 def. Jim Yates, Pontiac GTO, 6.864, 203.06; Warren Johnson, GTO, 6.814, 203.06 def. Dave Connolly, Chevy Cobalt, 6.788, 203.12; V. Gaines, Stratus, 6.793, 203.80 def. Dave Howard, Cobalt, 17.145, 40.58; Larry Morgan, Stratus, 6.798, 203.31 def. Tom Martino, GTO, foul; Mike Edwards, GTO, 6.790, 204.11 def. Dave Northrop, Stratus, 6.884, 202.36; Jason Line, GTO, 6.763,
203.68 def. Tom Lee, Cobalt, 6.835, 203.65; Greg Anderson, GTO, 6.782,
203.25 def. Greg Stanfield, GTO, 6.797, 203.06; Kurt Johnson, Cobalt,
6.781, 203.06 def. Richie Stevens, Stratus, 6.812, 202.91;

Edwards, 6.718, 204.54 def. W. Johnson, 6.731, 204.05; A. Johnson, 6.729, 203.71 def. Anderson, 9.844, 92.22; K. Johnson,
6.718, 204.26 def. Morgan, 6.742, 204.39; Line, 6.694, 205.10 def.
Gaines, 6.759, 204.01;

SEMIFINALS -- K. Johnson, 6.708, 204.45 def. A. Johnson, 8.402, 113.84;
Line, 6.726, 205.01 def. Edwards, 6.742, 204.94;

FINAL -- K. Johnson, 6.718, 204.42 def. Line, 6.703, 205.38.


ROUND ONE -- Michael Phillips, Suzuki, 7.273, 184.77 def. Craig Treble,
Suzuki, foul; Ryan Schnitz, Buell, 7.237, 182.45 def. GT Tonglet,
Harley-Davidson, 7.241, 183.89; Chip Ellis, Buell, 7.227, 182.60 def.
Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 7.238, 184.55; Shawn Gann, Suzuki, 7.211, 184.98
def. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 7.192, 182.01; Andrew Hines,
Harley-Davidson, 7.196, 185.10 def. Geno Scali, Suzuki, 7.262, 183.54;
Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 7.268, 182.77 def. Tom Bradford, Buell, foul;
Antron Brown, Suzuki, 7.164, 184.77 def. Chris Rivas, Buell, 7.251,
181.37; Mike Berry, Suzuki, broke def. Matt Smith, Buell, broke; Matt
Smith, Buell, 7.131, 182.11 def. Mike Berry, Suzuki, 7.149, 185.72;

QUARTERFINALS -- Stoffer, 7.146, 184.60 def. Gann, 7.164, 185.92; Hines, 7.081, 186.95 def. Ellis, 7.172, 183.02; Brown, 7.095, 185.03 def.
Schnitz, 7.177, 183.94; Phillips, 7.164, 188.36 def. Smith, 7.101,

Brown, 7.048, 186.77 def. Stoffer, 7.625, 132.76; Hines,
7.085, 187.29 def. Phillips, foul;

Hines, 9.085, 96.61 def. Brown, foul.





Hight, Anderson and Smith round out No. 1 qualifiers at 19th O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals

(8-19-2006) - Defending Memphis champion Rod Fuller held the No. 1 position in Top Fuel through Saturday's heat to claim the second low qualifier award of his career with a 4.575 at 318.54 mph.

Fuller will lead fellow low qualifiers Robert Hight (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock), and Matt Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) into Sunday afternoon's elimination action at the $1.6 million O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals, the 17th of 23 races on the $50 million POWERade Drag Racing Series.

Although the final Top Fuel session went into the twilight hours, all attempts to unseat Fuller's Valvoline/David Powers Homes dragster from the top spot came up short. Red-hot racer Tony Schumacher had to settle for a No. 2 start here after a best of 4.578 at 321.35 mph. He still gained five points on championship leader Doug Kalitta, who qualified 10th with a 4.678. Kalitta's lead shrinks to 76 points heading into race day.

Fuller and Hight will now try to break a season-long streak of No. 1 qualifiers in the two nitro classes failing to win the race where they started eliminations as the top qualifier. So far, No. 1 qualifiers in Top Fuel and Funny Car are a combined 0-for-32 in their attempts to convert the top spot into a win.

"They're saying it's bad luck to be No. 1 qualifier but I don't believe that stuff at all," Fuller said. "Drag racing is drag racing. Weird streaks like that happen from time to time and that makes it exciting but I don't think it's a jinx. It's more coincidence than anything."

"It's been my experience that there are certain tracks that certain drivers always do well at for whatever reason and Memphis is one of those tracks for me. I like the heat, I grew up in it, and I have a real level of comfort here. I feel like this is my home track and I want to protect it," said Fuller, who is sixth in points.

Hight was joined at the top of the Funny Car ladder by teammates Eric Medlen and John Force, making for the seventh career 1-2-3 qualifying effort for Team Force. Hight and his Auto Club Ford Mustang teammates get the glory this time with their seventh low qualifier of the year.

"We've got two streaks to end now," Hight said. "The No. 1 guy not winning deal and also the fact we've never won as a team when we've qualified 1-2-3. Let's just get both of those behind us at one time."

Ron Capps, who has led the POWERade Series points in Funny Car since the second race of the year, made the cut in his last attempt, running a 4.950 Saturday night in his Dodge Charger R/T to secure the 13th position. He's lost in the first round at four of the last five races and he will open Sunday with No. 4 qualifier Cruz Pedregon.

Anderson's track record (for elapsed time) pass of 6.742 at 203.83 mph from Friday's opening round held but he did get a serious last-minute challenge from Mike Edwards, who posted a 6.750 Saturday evening to lead Day 2 action. Nevertheless, Anderson bagged his first Memphis pole, his ninth low qualifier of the year, and the 49th of his career.

"Our goal is to get as many points as possible in qualifying and to try and get Jason (Line) on the other side of the ladder," Anderson said. "We accomplished both of those things so Plan A is done. Now we need to get through another awesome field of cars and try to get another win for this race team."

As improbable as it was, the track record in Pro Stock Motorcycle did get lowered in Saturday's heat as Friday leader Smith fine-tuned his late-night set-up to squeeze another .026 seconds out of the track in Round 2. His 7.060 at 188.02 mph earned the Torco Buell V-Twin rider just the second low qualifier award of his career.

"Today was pretty impressive," Smith said. "Putting up a 7.06 in that heat was something, and I even clutched it early. If I had run it out I would have put up a 7.04 or something."

POWERade points leader Antron Brown also improved in the second session, leapfrogging his way to second with a 7.083 at 187.05 mph on the U.S. Army Suzuki. Brown's teammate Angelle Sampey was next with a 7.090, while back-to-back series champ Andrew Hines followed a thousandth of a second back with a 7.091 on the Screamin' Eagle Harley-Davidson V-Rod.

First-round pairings for professional eliminations Sunday for the 19th annual O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals presented by Pennzoil at Memphis Motorsports Park, the 17th of 23 events in the $50 million NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series.  Pairings based on results in qualifying, which ended Saturday.

Top Fuel -- 1. Rod Fuller, 4.575 seconds, 318.54 mph  vs. 16. Bob Vandergriff, 4.762, 299.73; 2. Tony Schumacher, 4.578, 321.35  vs. 15. Clay Millican, 4.740, 309.98; 3. Brandon Bernstein, 4.605, 324.05 vs. 14. Doug Herbert, 4.711, 306.33; 4. Melanie Troxel, 4.620, 318.32 vs. 13. Hillary Will, 4.696, 310.27; 5. Scott Palmer, 4.642, 308.92  vs. 12. David Grubnic, 4.686, 310.34; 6. Troy Buff, 4.650, 314.24  vs. 11. Larry Dixon, 4.685, 310.20; 7. Cory McClenathan, 4.655, 319.98  vs. 10. Doug Kalitta, 4.678, 297.16; 8. J.R. Todd, 4.656, 303.78  vs. 9. Morgan Lucas, 4.676, 308.57.

Funny Car -- 1. Robert Hight, Ford Mustang, 4.849, 297.75  vs. 16. Bob Gilbertson, Dodge Stratus, 5.053, 297.88; 2. Eric Medlen, Mustang, 4.862, 308.00  vs. 15. Gary Densham, Chevy Monte Carlo, 5.021, 301.67; 3. John Force, Mustang, 4.876, 303.43  vs. 14. Tim Wilkerson, Monte Carlo, 4.996, 289.45; 4. Cruz Pedregon, Monte Carlo, 4.887, 309.63 vs. 13. Ron Capps, Dodge Charger, 4.950, 292.90; 5. Tony Pedregon, Monte Carlo, 4.899, 304.80  vs. 12. Tony Bartone, Monte Carlo, 4.948, 300.66; 6. Tommy Johnson Jr., Monte Carlo, 4.907, 305.08  vs. 11. Whit Bazemore, Charger, 4.945, 309.13; 7. Jim Head, Stratus, 4.923, 302.96  vs. 10. Phil Burkart, Monte Carlo, 4.943, 310.55; 8. Gary Scelzi, Charger, 4.935, 302.69  vs. 9. Mike Ashley, Stratus, 4.935, 303.50.

Pro Stock -- 1. Greg Anderson, Pontiac GTO, 6.742, 203.86  vs. 16. Greg Stanfield, GTO, 6.793, 203.03; 2. Mike Edwards, GTO, 6.750, 204.29  vs. 15. Dave Northrop, Dodge Stratus, 6.789, 203.00; 3. Jason Line, GTO, 6.760, 203.77  vs. 14. Tom Lee, Chevy Cobalt, 6.788, 203.40; 4. Kurt Johnson, Cobalt, 6.765, 204.26  vs. 13. Richie Stevens, Stratus, 6.788, 203.52; 5. Larry Morgan, Stratus, 6.767, 203.22  vs. 12. Tom Martino, GTO, 6.787, 203.03; 6. V. Gaines, Stratus, 6.768, 204.17  vs. 11. Dave Howard, Cobalt, 6.783, 203.25; 7. Dave Connolly, Cobalt, 6.768, 203.55  vs. 10. Warren Johnson, GTO, 6.780, 203.55; 8. Allen Johnson, Stratus, 6.770, 203.68  vs. 9. Jim Yates, GTO, 6.771, 203.28.

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Matt Smith, Buell, 7.060, 188.02  vs. 16. Mike Berry, Suzuki, 7.186, 184.57; 2. Antron Brown, Suzuki, 7.083, 187.05  vs. 15. Chris Rivas, Buell, 7.183, 184.32; 3. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 7.090, 187.50  vs. 14. Shawn Gann, Suzuki, 7.172, 185.74; 4. Andrew Hines, Harley-Davidson, 7.091, 188.02  vs. 13. Geno Scali, Suzuki, 7.171, 186.15; 5. Chip Ellis, Buell, 7.106, 186.12  vs. 12. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 7.170, 186.41; 6. Tom Bradford, Buell, 7.127, 187.89  vs. 11. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 7.160, 187.42; 7. GT Tonglet, Harley-Davidson, 7.138, 186.79 vs. 10. Ryan Schnitz, Buell, 7.156, 184.32; 8. Michael Phillips, Suzuki, 7.148, 188.96  vs. 9. Craig Treble, Suzuki, 7.151, 188.20.





Greg Anderson and Matt Smith set track records; Robert Hight and Rod Fuller lead nitro classes

(8-18-2006) - Three-time and reigning Pro Stock champion Greg Anderson posted the quickest pass in Memphis Motorsports Park history -- a 6.742 at 203.83 mph -- to lead Friday's qualifying action at the $1.6 million O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals

Pro Stock Motorcycle rider Matt Smith also set a MMP elapsed time record with his 7.086 at 185 mph, while Rod Fuller and Robert Hight took early leads in the nitro ranks at the 17th of 23 events in the $50 million NHRA POWERade Series.

Only one round of qualifying was executed as a four-and-a-half hour rain delay forced the outright cancellation of the second round of qualifying, which will not be made up. Saturday's two rounds of time trials are slated to begin at 2 and 6 p.m.

Defending event champion Fuller obviously remembered the quickest way down the Memphis quarter-mile with his class-leading 4.575 at 318.54 mph in the Valvoline/David Powers Homes dragster. Fuller's win here one year ago was his first as a professional.

"We're still the baddest car on the property," Fuller said. "Basically, we're riding the data from last year with some tweaks and a new car. We really feel confident here and we feel like we know this track very well."

U.S. Army dragster driver Tony Schumacher was second with a 4.578 at 321.35 mph. Brainerd winner Brandon Bernstein remains quick with a third-best 4.605 at 324.05 mph in the Budweiser dragster, while former points leader Melanie Troxel wound up fourth in the Skull Shine rail after a 4.638.

The best qualifier in Funny Car this season, six-time low qualifier Hight, has his Auto Club Ford Mustang at the top position once again an impressive 4.849 at 297.75 mph to lead the field by more than four-hundredths of a second.

"When it's down to one run it's hard to press too much," Hight said. "Although Jimmy (Prock, crew chief) still pushed it plenty hard there. It makes you nervous when you lose a round to rain. We know that tomorrow's two runs will be in much hotter conditions so it makes this one tonight so important."

Points leader Ron Capps had to pedal his Brut Dodge to get it down the track. He ended up 15th with a 5.168.

Anderson impressed with his track-record 6.742 at 203.83 mph, which erased Jeg Coughlin's mark from 2003. The Summit Racing Pontiac GTO driver has 48 low qualifier awards to his credit although he's never earned one here.

"It's good to get the upper hand for now but qualifying hasn't been our big snafu this year, it's race day," Anderson said. "But we feel like we're ready to break though and get on a roll where we win some races. Our confidence is higher now than it's been all season."

Dodge driver Larry Morgan helped the Safety Safari sweep the water off the racetrack, then he navigated it in 6.767 seconds at 203.03 mph to grab second place for his zMax Micro Lubricants team. Jason Line, the POWERade Series points leader and Anderson's teammate, was third with a 6.768 at 203.72 mph, the best pass in the right-hand lane.

G-Squared Motorsports racer Smith proved the Safety Safari did a superb job of prepping the racetrack after the rain, breaking a 3-year-old track elapsed time record with a 7.086 at 185.26 mph on his Torco Buell V-Twin. The previous record was Angelle Sampey's 7.096 from 2003.

"I saw Michael Phillips run a 7.14 in front of us and I thought either he had the perfect pass or the track was that good," Smith said. "We had the better lane and the bike was strong. It pulled the front end up on every gear change and it hardly ever does that."

Sampey also bettered her old MMP mark with a 7.090 at 183.99 mph, placing her U.S. Army Suzuki second overall. Fellow championship contender Andrew Hines ended up third with a 7.091 on his Screamin' Eagle Harley-Davidson V-Rod, while points leader Antron Brown is fourth with a 7.136 on his Army ride.

Results Friday after qualifying for the 19th annual O'Reilly Mid-South Nationals presented by Pennzoil at Memphis Motorsports Park, 17th of 23 events in the $50 million NHRA POWERade Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Rod Fuller, 4.575 seconds, 318.54 mph; 2. Tony Schumacher, 4.578, 321.35; 3. Brandon Bernstein, 4.605, 324.05; 4. Melanie Troxel, 4.638, 298.93; 5. Scott Palmer, 4.642, 308.92; 6. Cory McClenathan, 4.655, 319.98; 7. J.R. Todd, 4.656, 291.07; 8. Doug Kalitta, 4.678, 297.16; 9. Larry Dixon, 4.685, 306.53; 10. David Grubnic, 4.686, 310.34; 11. Morgan Lucas, 4.763, 280.60; 12. David Baca, 4.771, 297.61; 13. Bob Vandergriff, 4.789, 299.73; 14. Clay Millican, 4.836, 285.83; 15. Hillary Will, 5.080, 204.70; 16. Scott Weis, 7.022, 120.90.

Funny Car -- 1. Robert Hight, Ford Mustang, 4.849, 297.75; 2. Cruz Pedregon, Chevy Monte Carlo, 4.892, 304.80; 3. Tony Pedregon, Monte Carlo, 4.899, 304.80; 4. Tommy Johnson Jr., Monte Carlo, 4.907, 305.08; 5. Jim Head, Dodge Stratus, 4.923, 275.56; 6. Mike Ashley, Stratus, 4.942, 303.50; 7. Phil Burkart, Monte Carlo, 4.943, 310.55; 8. Gary Scelzi, Dodge Charger, 4.955, 301.67; 9. John Force, Mustang, 4.976, 290.76; 10. Tim Wilkerson, Monte Carlo, 5.045, 289.45; 11. Whit Bazemore, Charger, 5.048, 264.49; 12. Bob Gilbertson, Stratus, 5.053, 297.88; 13. Tony Bartone, Monte Carlo, 5.073, 294.69; 14. Gary Densham, Monte Carlo, 5.079, 254.04; 15. Ron Capps, Charger, 5.168, 291.07; 16. Del Worsham, Monte Carlo, 5.476, 242.76.

Pro Stock -- 1. Greg Anderson, Pontiac GTO, 6.742, 203.83; 2. Larry Morgan, Dodge Stratus, 6.767, 203.03; 3. Jason Line, GTO, 6.768, 203.77; 4. Dave Connolly, Chevy Cobalt, 6.768, 202.97; 5. Kurt Johnson, Cobalt, 6.784, 203.03; 6. Mike Edwards, GTO, 6.785, 203.34; 7. Allen Johnson, Stratus, 6.791, 202.64; 8. Jim Yates, GTO, 6.796, 202.45; 9. Dave Howard, Cobalt, 6.797, 203.25; 10. Greg Stanfield, GTO, 6.803, 202.15; 11. Tom Martino, GTO, 6.806, 202.03; 12. V. Gaines, Stratus, 6.819, 203.40; 13. Dave Northrop, Stratus, 6.820, 201.40; 14. Mark Pawuk, GTO, 6.833, 201.46; 15. Erica Enders, Stratus, 6.837, 201.43; 16. Ron Krisher, Cobalt, 6.842, 201.76.

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Matt Smith, Buell, 7.086, 185.26; 2. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 7.090, 183.99; 3. Andrew Hines, Harley-Davidson, 7.091, 186.59; 4. Antron Brown, Suzuki, 7.136, 181.84; 5. GT Tonglet, Harley-Davidson, 7.138, 184.85; 6. Michael Phillips, Suzuki, 7.148, 186.85; 7. Chip Ellis, Buell, 7.148, 184.17; 8. Craig Treble, Suzuki, 7.151, 186.85; 9. Ryan Schnitz, Buell, 7.156, 184.32; 10. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 7.160, 187.42; 11. Geno Scali, Suzuki, 7.171, 186.15; 12. Shawn Gann, Suzuki, 7.172, 180.36; 13. Mike Berry, Suzuki, 7.197, 183.00; 14. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 7.199, 185.95; 15. Wes Wells, Suzuki, 7.206, 185.69; 16. Chris Rivas, Buell, 7.231, 184.32.