Top Fuel’s Justin Ashley extended his points lead on Sunday, rolling to an impressive win at the Texas Motorplex for the second straight year at the 37th annual Texas NHRA FallNationals. 

Ron Capps (Funny Car), Erica Enders (Pro Stock) and Hector Arana Jr. (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won at the 20th event in the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the fourth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. 

After struggling in qualifying, Ashley more than made up for it on Sunday, going 3.688-seconds at 329.24 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Phillips Connect Toyota dragster to defeat Austin Prock in the championship round. It gives the points leader his third victory this season – as well as his second straight in Dallas – and fifth overall, extending his lead to 82 points over Brittany Force in the process. He knocked off Doug Kalitta, Kebin Kinsley, and Shawn Langdon to reach the final round, running a weekend-best 3.677 at 331.76 in the semifinals. Ashley, who qualified 10th, was impressive on the starting line in the finals, picking up a critical victory in the Countdown to the Championship. 

“This really was a great win and if you can win in Dallas, that puts you in position to go for a championship,” Ashley said. “To run that fast and consistent, it’s really amazing. Everyone on this team, we all make each other better. We’ve won from the bottom half before, so I wasn’t worried. These guys on this team, they’ve won so many races and championships, so I’ve always got confidence in them. Everyone has done a great job, but we’ve got two more races left and we can’t let up. We know it’s going to come down to the wire in Pomona.” 

Prock, who qualified No. 1, reached his second final round in the Countdown to the Championship thanks to wins against Alex Laughlin, Leah Pruett, and Antron Brown, moving to seventh in points. 

In Funny Car, Capps also won for the second straight year in Dallas, also inching closer to the points lead after defeating Matt Hagan in the final round with his run of 3.911 at 327.18 in his 11,000-horsepower NAPA Auto Parts Toyota GR Supra. It gives the defending world champion his fifth victory this season and 73rd in his fantastic career, also bringing him to within 10 points of leader Robert Hight with two races remaining. After knocking off Jeff Diehl and longtime rival John Force, Capps got past Hight in a critical semifinal matchup, also getting some redemption after falling to the points leader in the final round in St. Louis. 

That set up another marquee matchup with Hagan, where Capps delivered an excellent .035 reaction time and held on for the victory. 

“We never left the (championship) conversation,” Capps said. “If we can leave Vegas in the position we’re in right now, or even gain a little bit, that’d be huge. It’s shaping up to be another year like last year.” 

“We’ve been behind Robert and that team by a little more than two rounds. So, to have him in the semis and to be able to take care of business ourselves was just icing on the cake. We’ll go to Vegas half a round behind Robert Hight and that team that has won eight races this year. It’s going to be a battle and the real winners are the fans. They’re getting to see one of the best seasons in Funny Car. I’m so proud to drive the race car.” 

Hagan, who was the No. 1 qualifier, collected his seventh final round this season and 78th in his career after wins against Terry Haddock, Tim Wilkerson, and Bob Tasca III. He also remained third in the championship hunt and trails Hight by 78 points heading to Vegas. 

In a season of dominant performances, Enders had one of her finest showings this weekend in Dallas, capping it off with a victory on the strength of a 6.537 at 209.63 in the finals in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. It gave her the win over rival Greg Anderson, extending an already huge points lead and putting her in position to clinch her fifth world title in Las Vegas. 

Enders made the quickest run in every round of qualifying and eliminations, knocking off Fernando Cuadra Jr., Matt Hartford, and Troy Coughlin Jr. to reach the final round on Sunday. That led to her ninth win of the season, matching her career-best for a single season, and the 42nd victory in her career. She also swept both races in her home state in 2022 and will take a 166-point lead to Vegas. 

"Coming in on Friday, we had high hopes for the weekend," Enders said. "Winning two of the Countdown races of the three entering Dallas, we just wanted to come here and have a successful weekend. It was awesome. 

"Coming out on Friday night going low, collecting that $7,500 bonus, and then going on to win the race today was just the icing on the cake. We were able to get around my teammate T.J. Coughlin in the semifinals and then beat our arch-rival Greg Anderson in the final. So, it was just a really great day for our entire operation." 

Defending event winner and world champion Anderson reached the finals for the fourth time this season and 171st time in his career thanks to wins against Mason McGaha, Cristian Cuadra and Aaron Stanfield to set up another huge matchup with Enders. 

Arana Jr., who made just his fifth appearance this season in Dallas, provided a thrilling underdog winner in Pro Stock Motorcycle, grabbing his first victory since 2019 with a run of 6.822 at 196.35 on his Team Arana Buell to beat Jerry Savoie in the final round. It also gives Arana his 16th career victory and first at Dallas and the veteran took out some heavy hitters to get there. He defeated Chip Ellis, Angie Smith, and points leader Matt Smith to reach the finals, playing the spoiler role perfectly. Arana then tracked down Savoie to pick up a meaningful victory at Dallas. 

“This is so awesome. You’ve got to make the best of it,” Arana Jr. “We just have such a passion for it. It’s been so long, and we love being out here with all the fans and to bring home a Wally, is the icing on the cake.” 

Savoie reached the final round in Dallas for the seventh time in the past eight years by defeating Marc Ingwersen, Ryan Oehler and Steve Johnson. It’s also his third final this season. With two races remaining, Matt Smith now holds a 51-point lead over Joey Gladstone. 

The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series returns to action on Oct. 27-30 with the NHRA Nevada Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.


Austin Prock clinched his first career No. 1 qualifier on Saturday at Texas Motorplex, taking the top position in Top Fuel into raceday at the 37th annual Texas NHRA FallNationals. 

Matt Hagan (Funny Car), Erica Enders (Pro Stock) and Angelle Sampey (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also qualified No. 1 at the 20th event in the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the fourth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. 

Prock’s strong run of 3.682-seconds at 334.57 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Montana Brand/Rocky Mountain Twist dragster from Friday held up through final qualifying on Saturday, giving the young standout and the 2019 NHRA Rookie of the Year his first No. 1 qualifier in his professional career. It’s another exciting moment for Prock in the Countdown to the Championship following his win in Reading to open the playoffs. He’ll open eliminations against Alex Laughlin looking to collect his second victory of the 2022 season. 

“We were really glad to keep our number one spot and hopefully this will translate into a good day on Sunday,” Prock said. “We went down the track every run in qualifying and I think the last time we did that was Reading and we ended with a Wally (trophy). So, hopefully, that will be the same case tomorrow. 

“This team, they never quit. Everybody kept their heads down and kept working for that same common goal of competing for wins. All the parts and pieces are here and when we get it together, we're right there. We have to make smart decisions tomorrow and if I drive well, we're going to turn on some win lights.” 

Clay Millican qualified second with a run of 3.685 at 332.08, while Brittany Force’s 3.689 at 335.75 gave her the third spot. 

In Funny Car, Hagan collected his sixth No. 1 qualifier in 2022 on the strength of Friday’s run of 3.825 at 334.85 in his 11,000-horsepower Dodge Power Brokers Charger SRT Hellcat. That set the track record on Friday and the three-time world champion followed with two outstanding runs on Saturday, giving him plenty of momentum heading into raceday. Entering eliminations 98 points behind Robert Hight, Hagan will take on Terry Haddock in the opening round as he aims to finish off a big weekend with his fourth victory of the season. 

“We've had four really good runs out there and, you know, it's hard to do when you're in a Funny Car," Hagan said. "I mean, you put nitro in the tank, and you never know what's going to happen. But honestly, just the way (crew chief) Dickie (Venables) has got this card dialed in this weekend, and the way the cars reacting and driving and just handling, it's just been great.

"It's such a cool feeling, you know, to be able to do that, and to go out there with that expectation of doing that, then it comes together. So just shows you what Dickie and the crew and the guys are capable of when the conditions in the track's there."

Hight ended up in second with his 3.854 at 333.43, while defending event winner Ron Capps qualified third with a 3.865 at 335.40. 

Enders capped off a flawless performance over four Pro Stock qualifying sessions by taking the No. 1 position on the strength of her 6.524 at 210.53 from Friday in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. That gave the points leader her fifth top spot in 2022, as Enders also made the quickest run during all four qualifying sessions. It’s the second time in the Countdown to the Championship that Enders, a four-time world champ, has been the quickest in every qualifying session and she is hopeful for another dominant weekend. She’ll open eliminations against Fernando Cuadra Jr., trying to pick up her ninth victory this season, which would also equal a career-best. 

“That was really exciting,” said Enders, who will take a 125-point lead into Sunday. “Today's weather was significantly different than yesterday. It was obviously hotter and that’s something that our cars don't necessarily appreciate. So, to be able to go out there on a tricky racetrack and to go low each session, that was pretty cool. It’s really exciting going into Sunday, but tomorrow is going to be a new day. But we're going to motor through it and see if we can finish it out.” 

Aaron Stanfield stayed second with a 6.529 at 209.52, while Cristian Cuadra’s 6.533 at 209.30 puts him third. 

Sampey held on to her fifth No. 1 qualifier of the Pro Stock Motorcycle season, as nobody could top her 6.728 at 202.05 from Friday on her Mission Foods/Vance & Hines Suzuki. It’s also the 58th career top qualifier for the three-time world champion, who also strengthened her chances for a Dallas win with an impressive run of 6.759 to close out qualifying. Needing a win to stay alive in the championship chase, Sampey, who has one win this season, will open raceday against Ryan Oehler. 

“That (6.75) was a really good run for us," Sampey said. "I'm pretty sure it was as solid as the (6.72), considering the weather conditions were worse. We have the motorcycle to win the race, as we always do every weekend, I just hope and pray that my team has the rider to win the race. 

"The competition makes it pretty tough. It's fierce out here these days. Just getting past first round is always a task, but I know my team is ready for a win. But everybody else trying to stop us. I'm just going to try to keep my head straight, have a good time, enjoy the day, and look forward to putting that [symbolic winner] cowboy hat on my head at the end of the day for the first time."

Defending event winner and points leader Matt Smith sits second with a 6.734 at 203.58, improving on his time from Friday. His wife, Angie, is third after going 6.793 at 200.96. 

Eliminations for the Texas NHRA FallNationals begin at 11 a.m. CT on Sunday at Texas Motorplex.

Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 37th annual Texas NHRA FallNationals at Texas Motorplex, the 20th 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. Austin Prock, 3.682 seconds, 334.57 mph vs. 16. Alex Laughlin, 3.870, 318.38; 2. Clay Millican, 3.685, 332.08 vs. 15. Kebin Kinsley, 3.855, 315.21; 3. Brittany Force, 3.689, 335.75 vs. 14. Buddy Hull, 3.840, 323.65; 4. Antron Brown, 3.693, 331.93 vs. 13. Tony Schumacher, 3.801, 326.58; 5. Mike Salinas, 3.699, 331.15 vs. 12. Spencer Massey, 3.789, 324.93; 6. Steve Torrence, 3.700, 330.01 vs. 11. Shawn Langdon, 3.788, 312.57; 7. Doug Kalitta, 3.712, 327.75 vs. 10. Justin Ashley, 3.766, 330.86; 8. Leah Pruett, 3.731, 304.18 vs. 9. Josh Hart, 3.750, 328.25.

Did Not Qualify: 17. Krista Baldwin, 3.884, 320.65; 18. Keith Murt, 3.952, 293.89; 19. Joe Morrison, 4.081, 277.37; 20. Mitch King, 4.310, 234.16.

Funny Car -- 1. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.825, 334.85 vs. 16. Terry Haddock, Ford Mustang, 5.027, 156.96; 2. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.854, 333.43 vs. 15. Jack Wyatt, Charger, 4.127, 284.47; 3. Ron Capps, Toyota Supra, 3.865, 335.40 vs. 14. Jeff Diehl, Toyota Camry, 4.063, 274.42; 4. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 3.879, 328.66 vs. 13. Jim Campbell, Charger, 4.042, 316.34; 5. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.905, 319.24 vs. 12. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.976, 295.62; 6. John Force, Camaro, 3.907, 331.93 vs. 11. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.965, 324.84; 7. J.R. Todd, Supra, 3.908, 327.01 vs. 10. Paul Lee, Charger, 3.947, 327.15; 8. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.920, 329.09 vs. 9. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.940, 320.26.

Pro Stock -- 1. Erica Enders, Chevy Camaro, 6.524, 210.53 vs. 16. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Ford Mustang, 6.609, 208.96; 2. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.529, 209.52 vs. 15. Shane Tucker, Camaro, 6.602, 209.93; 3. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.533, 209.30 vs. 14. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.601, 210.11; 4. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.545, 210.51 vs. 13. Alan Prusiensky, Dodge Dart, 6.589, 208.88; 5. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.552, 210.28 vs. 12. Fernando Cuadra, Mustang, 6.587, 207.90; 6. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.553, 209.79 vs. 11. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.585, 210.93; 7. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.555, 209.62 vs. 10. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.570, 209.60; 8. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.566, 209.46 vs. 9. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.570, 210.09.

Did Not Qualify: 17. Dallas Glenn, 6.618, 209.34; 18. Larry Morgan, 6.652, 208.62; 19. Kenny Delco, 6.667, 207.42.

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.728, 202.05 vs. 16. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 6.930, 197.46; 2. Matt Smith, Buell, 6.734, 203.58 vs. 15. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.919, 193.64; 3. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.793, 200.96 vs. 14. Gaige Herrera, Suzuki, 6.914, 193.77; 4. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.793, 200.00 vs. 13. Richard Gadson, 6.904, 195.65; 5. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.793, 199.80 vs. 12. Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.877, 198.65; 6. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.808, 199.73 vs. 11. Chip Ellis, EBR, 6.871, 196.63; 7. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.815, 199.29 vs. 10. Chris Bostick, Suzuki, 6.863, 199.12; 8. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.826, 197.66 vs. 9. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.832, 198.83.

Did Not Qualify: 17. Malcolm Phillips Jr., 6.950, 194.25; 18. LE Tonglet, 6.959, 194.50; 19. Kelly Clontz, 6.964, 197.99; 20. David Barron, 11.239, 73.72. 


Matt Hagan powered to the Funny Car track record on Friday at Texas Motorplex, taking the provisional No. 1 position for Tony Stewart Racing at the 37th annual Texas NHRA FallNationals. 

Austin Prock (Top Fuel), Erica Enders (Pro Stock) and Angelle Sampey (Pro Stock Motorcycle) are also provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the 20th event in the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the fourth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. 

Hagan delivered a run of 3.825-seconds at 334.85 in his 11,000-horsepower Dodge Power Brokers Charger SRT Hellcat, earning the $15,000 bonus for the quickest run under the lights during the second session. It set the track record for the quickest Funny Car run in Texas Motorplex history and is the second-quickest run of the 2022 season. If it holds, it would also be Hagan’s sixth No. 1 of the year as he looks to make a late-season run for the title. He entered the weekend third in the standings and 103 points out of first. 

“It’s incredible that we can come out here to this event, this facility and for Billy Meyer to put that money up there like that, it's just exciting to get in the car and get up on the wheel,” Hagan said. “To go out there and do it, what a cool feeling to hang on to a car like that. The conditions and this facility at Texas Motorplex, it was just phenomenal, and it was great to put on a show for these fans. It was really digging out there and it just felt great. We just need to step up, be aggressive and leave everything on the table.” 

Points leader Robert Hight qualified in the second spot with a 3.854 at 333.43, while defending event winner Ron Capps is third thanks to his 3.865 at 335.40. 

In Top Fuel, Prock picked a good time to possibly pick up his first career top qualifier, taking the provisional No. 1 spot with a run of 3.682 at 334.57 in his 11,000-horsepower Montana Brand/Rocky Mountain Twist dragster. That gave the young standout the $15,000 bonus and in a good position to claim his first career No. 1 spot, which would continue a strong Countdown to the Championship for Prock. He won in Reading to open the playoffs for his second career victory and appears primed for a big weekend at Texas Motorplex after making two strong runs on Friday. 

“I've dreamed of getting a number one qualifier, so I really do hope it sticks,” Prock said. But I think the coolest part was doing it right next to my teammate (Brittany Force). That just says how strong this team is, but this car has been coming along. We just have to make the right adjustments and then you get a performance like this. We seem to be peaking at the right time and to get this on top of it, that’s really cool.” 

Clay Millican’s 3.685 at 332.08 gives him the second spot heading into Saturday, while Brittany Force went 3.685 to qualify third. She also set the track speed record with her 335.75. 

Enders’ dominant reign in Pro Stock continued on Friday in Dallas, as she made the quickest run each session, including a strong 6.524 at 210.53 in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro to close out the night. That gave the points leader the $7,500 bonus check for the quickest run of the second session and the maximum amount of qualifying points for the day. Considering she went into the weekend with a 120-point lead, it was another impressive result for Enders, who will try to sweep both races in her home state with a victory this season after her Houston triumph earlier this year. 

“I’m super proud to put that Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevy Camaro on the pole, especially in my home state,” Enders said. “The Stampede of Speed is so neat, so huge thanks to the Meyer family and the Texas Motorplex because it's definitely fun, it adds some really cool environment up there on the starting line. Being that you're racing under the lights is not something the Pro Stock class gets to do very often, so it makes for a really fun Friday night. I've had a great race car all year, and it's been up to me in the driver's seat to get it done. We’re doing our best and see what happens.” 

Stanfield, who is currently second in points, was right behind his teammate with a pass of 6.529 at 209.52, while Cristian Cuadra took third after the first day with his run of 6.533 at 209.30. 

The Pro Stock Motorcycle category featured a barrage of standout performances on Friday at Texas Motorplex and Angelle Sampey topped them all, setting a track record on her Mission Foods/Vance & Hines Suzuki with a run of 6.728 at 202.05. The track speed record was broken three times during the opening qualifying session, with Matt Smith setting the mark with a pass of 203.69. The defending world champ made the best pass of the second session, going 6.734 at 203.58, earning the $5,000 bonus check as well. But it was Sampey who led the entire field as she looks for her fifth No. 1 spot of the 2022 season. Entering the weekend 116 points behind Smith, Sampey knows she needs a big performance in Dallas. 

“We did get to test on Wednesday and things went well for us, and we figured some things out,” Sampey said. “Definitely going into the rest of the last three races of the year, I have some catching up to do. My mistakes have put me behind. My Vance and Hines/Mission Foods Suzuki is the motorcycle to beat, I just haven't been the rider that it needs, so I need to turn that around. I'm looking forward to tomorrow and seeing how I can do. I have never won this race. I do not own the cowboy hat and I really want to do that this weekend.” 

Smith is currently second thanks to his pass under the lights, while his wife, Angie, is in the third spot after her run of 6.793 at 200.96. She entered the weekend third in points, 90 behind her husband. 

Qualifying continues at 12:00 p.m. CT on Saturday at the Texas NHRA FallNationals at Texas Motorplex.




  1 440D  A/SMA Scott Cashio, Ventress LA, '09 Cobalt      7.776  8.53  -0.754
  2  469   BB/A Clark Smiley, Denver City TX, '09 GXP      7.136  7.89  -0.754
  3  205   B/AP Ed Federkeil Jr, Cooper City FL, '12 Aven  7.131  7.87  -0.739
  4  590   A/ED Clint Neff, Arvada CO, Dragster-Ford       6.565  7.28  -0.715
  5  220   B/AA Jeff Taylor, Sellersburg IN, '08 Cobalt    6.925  7.62  -0.695
  6 4548    F/A Keith Mawhee, Carrollton TX, '01 Cavalier  7.937  8.63  -0.693
  7 4171   B/AA Rodger Brogdon, Tomball TX, '20 Camaro     6.933  7.62  -0.687
  8   47   C/DA Don Thomas, Amarillo TX, '01 Crc           6.950  7.60  -0.650
  9 5210    C/A Duane Robison, Olathe KS, '15 Camaro       7.290  7.93  -0.640
 10 4800   E/SM Keith Hall, Ravenna TX, '06 Cobalt         8.455  9.07  -0.615



1    1  GT/JA Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '87 Cama  9.696 10.80  -1.104
  2   47  GT/GA Craig Gualtiere, Amarillo TX, '02 Cavalier 9.313 10.40  -1.087
  3 1737  FSS/D Don Belles, Collegeville PA, '17 Camaro    8.867  9.90  -1.033
  4 4456   GT/D Jeff Colvert, Arkadelphia AR, '88 Mustang  8.963  9.90  -0.937
  5 4288  GT/MA Tony Cowell, Hudson Oakes TX, '81 Camaro  10.263 11.20  -0.937
  6 4615  GT/EA Christopher Dodd, Double Oak TX, '08 Coba  9.178 10.10  -0.922
  7 3662  FSS/D Scott Libersher, Wilmington IL, '22 Camaro 8.983  9.90  -0.917
  8 4549  GT/IA Korey Mawhee, Frisco TX, '95 Achieva       9.752 10.65  -0.898
  9 4701  SS/JA Jason Stoll, Frederick OK, '88 Firebird   10.122 11.00  -0.878
 10 D433  FSS/C Darrell Brown, Himiny OK, '15 Challenger   8.780  9.65  -0.870



 1 302B   FS/G George Wright, Carleton MI, '12 Mustang   10.179 11.35  -1.171
  2 4311   FS/C Jeff Lopez, Fort Worth TX, '14 Camaro      9.299 10.30  -1.001
  3 2586   V/SA McNeal Freeman, Atlanta GA, '87 Caprice   14.499 15.50  -1.001
  4 4041   G/SA Verne Buchanan, Conway AR, '73 Mustang    11.024 12.00  -0.976
  5 5737  FS/AA Chris Vang, Sterling CO, '17 Camaro        8.434  9.40  -0.966
  6   56   FS/B Jay Storey, Andover KS, '18 Camaro         9.052 10.00  -0.948
  7 4099   B/SA Matt Exner, Passadena TX, '01 Corvette    10.308 11.25  -0.942
  8 L177   FS/B Lenny Lottig, Meyersdale PA, '19 Camaro    9.062 10.00  -0.938
  9  427   B/SA Jarrod Granier, Houston TX, '99 TransAm   10.347 11.25  -0.903
 10  429   FS/C Brian Massingill, Houston TX, '15 Camaro   9.400 10.30  -0.900




 1   44 J.R. Baxter, Waxahachie TX, Miller-RCEE         6.116  200.84  231.07
  2    2 Danny Nelson, Batesville AR, Nelson-BRAN        6.127  234.00  234.00
  3 4059 Jim Thorp, Mertzon TX, Spitzer-Chevy            6.129  228.41  228.41
  4   45 Rusty Baxter, Beckville TX, Racecraft-Chevy     6.136  210.46  210.46
  5  494 Steve McDermott, Crowley TX, Undercover-Chevy   6.147  212.48  212.48
  6   49 David Jones, Floresville TX, Drgster-Chevy      6.154  226.89  226.89
  7  432 Mike Burns, Shavano Park TX, Dragster-Chevy     6.156  194.99  194.99
  8 4358 Dane Ward, Mena AR, Nelson-Chevy                6.157  191.13  191.13
  9 4099 Matt Exner, Pasadena TX, Dragster-Ford          6.159  230.66  234.66
 10    9 Darian Boesch, Kenner LA, Dragster-Chevy        6.161  228.10  228.10



1 4334 Mason Wright, Odessa TX, '20 Camaro             6.102  241.68  241.68
  2    3 Darian Boesch, Kenner LA, '18 Camaro            6.113  233.77  233.77
  3  409 Kamron Wright, Midland TX, '19 Camaro           6.122  231.37  231.37
  4 4204 Scooter Hampton, Odessa TX, '06 GTO             6.242  226.63  226.63
  5    1 Jimmy Lewis, Forney TX, '08 GXP                 6.250  226.22  226.22
  6 404M Florentino Martin, New Braunfels CA, '15 Camaro 6.285  228.40  228.40
  7 4059 Jim Thorp, Mertzon TX, '19 Camaro               6.297  230.46  230.46
  8   43 Bob Gulitti, Tomball TX, '67 Mustang            6.332  220.17  220.17
  9  406 Glenn Wright, Odessa TX, '21 Camaro             6.335  229.43  229.43
 10 430Y Trent Wilson, San Antonio TX, '68 Camaro        6.348  219.68  219.68




         Super Stock             Q3
         Super Gas               TT3
         Top Dragster            Q3
         Competition Eliminator  Q3
         Top Sportsman           Q3