Erica Enders clinched her fifth Pro Stock world championship on Sunday, racing to her 10th victory of the season at the 22nd annual NHRA Nevada Nationals to cap off a dream weekend at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. 

Brittany Force (Top Fuel), Matt Hagan (Funny Car) and Hector Arana Jr. (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won at the 21st event in the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the fifth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. 

In the final round, Enders knocked off teammate Troy Coughlin Jr. with a run of 6.640-seconds at 206.86 mph in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro to collect her ninth Las Vegas win, which is the most for any professional driver in NHRA history. She clinched her fifth world title a round earlier with a pass of 6.639 at 206.67 against Kyle Koretsky, celebrating a massive moment in the career of one of the top drivers in Pro Stock history. In the finals, she clinched her 10th victory, which sets a single-season career-best for the 43-time event winner. 

“What an incredible day,” Enders said. “My crew chief said we were going to go for it, and I just had to drive. To qualify No. 1, win the race and win the championship, it’s been a badass day. As a personal goal, we wanted to get that 10th win and I have the best guys that stand beside me. They all make it possible for me and I’m living my dream. 

"This whole season has been a dream come true for our whole team. This season, like every season, we set out to win races and win a championship and we did just that. We spent the whole season with a No. 2 on the car and that didn't sit well with any of us. It lit a fire under our team to become champs again." 

Coughlin reached the final round for the fifth time in his breakout season, driving to wins against Camrie Caruso, Deric Kramer, and Cristian Cuadra. 

In Top Fuel, Brittany Force jumped back in the points lead with a dominant weekend, going 3.705 at 332.34 in her 11,000-horsepower Flav-R-Pac dragster to defeat Mike Salinas on a holeshot in the final round. After struggling at the first four races of the Countdown to the Championship and not advancing past the second round at any of them, Force regained her momentum in Las Vegas, sweeping both races at The Strip in the process this year. She also erased an 82-point deficit to Justin Ashley heading into the weekend – and then some. 

Ashley lost in the opening round, while Force picked up huge victories against Antron Brown – her first against him in eliminations this weekend – and Tony Schumacher to reach the finals. She posted a stellar .034 reaction time against Salinas to pick up her fifth win this season – and first since July – and 16th in her career. It also gave her a seven-point lead over Ashley heading toward what will be a must-see showdown in Pomona. 

“It’s huge to win on a holeshot,” Force. “It's a giveback to my guys for all the times they've carried me, so it's a thank you to them. They're incredible. We feel good really to be in this position. We've struggled in the entire Countdown, and we started to make ground last weekend and I screwed up, so coming in this weekend we really turned it around. It gives us a lot of confidence. This is our career-best season with five wins, and it's been a little while since we've been in that winner's circle, so today was a big turnaround for our team. We want (the championship) so bad and we're going to chase this thing until the end.”

Salinas picked up wins against Leah Pruett, Clay Millican, who upset Ashley in the opening round, and Austin Prock to reach the finals. He also moved into third and trails Force by 66 points with one race remaining." 

Hagan stayed alive in the Funny Car championship hunt, going 3.896 at 330.23 in his 11,000-horsepower Dodge Power Brokers Charger SRT Hellcat to defeat points leader Robert Hight in the championship round and collect his fourth win this season. Knowing it was a must-win situation, Hagan picked up his first victory since June, closing to within 63 points of Hight heading to the Auto Club NHRA Finals. He needed two holeshots to do it, including an opening-round win against Steven Densham and in the semifinals against Bob Tasca III, setting up the marquee matchup with Hight. It gives Hagan four wins in Las Vegas and 43 wins in his career – as well as a shot at a fourth championship in two weeks. 

“My guys are making some real power it's running strong, man," Hagan said. "They put a great hot rod underneath me, and to come out here on Sunday, and win on two holeshots and get my team that little extra bump of what we needed to keep going, it’s great.

"I don't know what it is about these later races, we just always do well here and in Pomona as well. I feel the momentum building back. I feel like these are our type of races, our type of conditions, and Pomona, I have done really, really well. It's such a historical place to be, they crowned champions there, and when you roll into Pomona, you know, history is going to be made." 

Hight advanced to his 12th final round in his standout season and the 96th in his career thanks to victories against Jeff Arend, Alexis DeJoria, and J.R. Todd. He’ll take a 61-point lead into Pomona, where he will also seek a fourth championship. 

Hector Arana Jr. has now won eight straight rounds and picked up his second straight Pro Stock Motorcycle victory, knocking off points leader Matt Smith on a holeshot in the final round on his GETTRX Buell. Arana went 6.866 at 196.42 in the final round, using a .009 reaction time to hold off Smith and his run of 6.862 at 198.47. It hands Arana his 17th career win and his third in Las Vegas, and the standout did it after qualifying No. 15. He knocked off Angelle Sampey, Eddie Krawiec and Angie Smith to reach the final round, ending his day with three holeshot victories and plenty of momentum to take into the off-season. 

“It was a fight just to get here,” Arana Jr. said. “Dallas was supposed to be our last race. Honestly, we weren’t prepared. We had to go home and rebuild engines after Dallas. I struggled a little in qualifying, but we had a back-up plan for race day. I did win a couple of races on holeshots, but you’ve got to have the pace to get there, and we had that. I have a lot of confidence right now. I can’t wait to go to Pomona and keep going. We found our groove pretty quickly. Now, our mission is to get the funding we need to come back next year.”

Smith reached the final round for the 71st time in his career and the sixth time in 2022 thanks to round wins against Katie Justice, Chip Ellis, and Jerry Savoie. Smith also built his points lead and now has a 104-point advantage over Joey Gladstone heading to the finale.

In the Legends Nitro Funny Cars presented by Red Line Oil category, Bobby Cottrell defeated Billy Morris in the final round with his run of 4.742 at 238.55. 

The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series closes its 2022 season with the 57th Auto Club NHRA Finals in Pomona on Nov. 10-13.


Funny Car points leader Robert Hight held on to the top spot at the 22nd annual NHRA Nevada Nationals on Saturday, claiming the No. 1 qualifier to ensure a nitro sweep from John Force Racing at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. 

Brittany Force (Top Fuel), Erica Enders (Pro Stock) and Matt Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also qualified No. 1 at the 21st event in the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the fifth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. 

Hight’s stellar run of 3.857-seconds at 331.77 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Auto Club Chevrolet Camaro SS from Friday handed the championship hopeful his sixth No. 1 qualifier of 2022 and the 77th in his career. He’ll open eliminations against Terry Haddock, taking a 21-point lead over defending world champ Ron Capps into raceday. Hight gained 11 points on Capps during qualifying, a nod to his success over the first two days of the race weekend in Las Vegas. That included a strong 3.3865 to close out the day, giving the team plenty of momentum heading into Sunday. 

“Well, I would say that it was mission accomplished in qualifying, because we came in here with a 10-point lead and now we're 21 points, and that's two rounds," Hight said. "So that's a big deal. We gathered a lot of points in qualifying. Tonight, we were pushing, we were trying to run better than the (3.85) that we ran, but we ran a 3.86 to finish. If we could go 3.85 or 3.86 four times tomorrow, I think we're going to be at the top at the end of the day.” 

Matt Hagan made a quality move to close out the day, going 3.862 at 330.23 to qualify second. He enters Sunday 83 points behind Hight. That bumped Bob Tasca III and his run of 3.865 at 330.80 to third. 

Force’s standout run of 3.665 at 337.24 from Friday in her 11,000-horsepower Flav-R-Pac dragster held up, giving the former world champ her ninth top spot in 2022 and the 41st in her career. She also made two quality runs on Saturday, which adds to the team’s momentum on a weekend where Force knows she needs a big-time result. Entering eliminations, Force trails Justin Ashley by 73 points and will aim for a Las Vegas sweep on Sunday, as well as her first victory since Sonoma in July. 

"Looking at our overall qualifying, we're in a great position, making four solid passes and all in the high-.60s and a .71,” Force said. “It's fantastic for our team, it's four good runs to set up going into race day and gives us all a lot of confidence. I feel like we’re back on track and I’m feeling positive. We’re in a good headspace and we wanted to attack and be aggressive. For us, we can’t play it safe. That doesn’t work for us.”

The second spot changed hands several times during a thrilling final qualifying session on Saturday, with Force’s teammate, Austin Prock, ending up there with his run of 3.685 at 334.32. Ashley took third after he made a big improvement after a pass of 3.686 at 333.08.  

Erica Enders moved a step closer to her fifth world championship in Pro Stock, as the points leader took the No. 1 spot on Saturday with her run of 6.579 at 208.75 in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. It gave the four-time world champ her sixth No. 1 qualifier this season and the 29th in her career, and she’ll take a 164-point lead over teammate Aaron Stanfield into raceday. Enders, who will open eliminations against Kenny Delco, is seeking a Las Vegas sweep this year, but she’s also trying to pick up her 10th victory of the season and possibly a fifth world championship if everything goes her way on Sunday. 

“The rest of the field is nipping at our heels so it’s time to get busy and go to work,” Enders said. “All these young guns in the class have pushed me all season long and we need to ride to the occasion.

“I know we’re in a great position to be in, but it’s not over yet.  My goal is to do a good job. I know I’m in a great position, but I still feel the pressure. It’s hard to explain that feeling in your gut. Other than that championship, I’d still like to win 10 races and I’ve got two shots to do it.”

Stanfield got bumped down to second, but still impressed with a run of 6.580 at 208.07 and Deric Kramer jumped to third with his strong pass of 6.585 at 207.69. 

Matt Smith made another strong statement on Saturday in Pro Stock Motorcycle, improving from Friday’s provisional No. 1 and taking the top qualifier – while also breaking both ends of the track record – by going 6.785 at 202.27 on his Denso Auto Parts Buell. It gives the points leader his fifth No. 1 qualifier of the year and 52nd in his career, and he’ll open raceday against Katie Justice. His points lead now stands at 64 over Joey Gladstone and Smith, who is aiming for a sixth world title, knows he can stretch that even more if he has a favorable day on Sunday. 

“We were quickest in Q2, Q3, and Q4. I've got a shot at a sixth title, but we still have a lot of work to do tomorrow,” Smith said. “If I just do my job, I know we'll be just fine. (But) we all know how quickly things can change here. There are still a lot of really good bikes out here. There are seven or eight good bikes out here that can win the race. We got lucky and went to No. 1, but that doesn't mean too much tomorrow. We still need to turn on four win lights."

Angelle Sampey took the second spot after her run of 6.807 at 198.64 on Friday, while Angie Smith improved to third thanks to her 6.816 at 200.77. 

Making his NHRA racing debut, legendary driver and team owner Tony Stewart won the first two rounds in eliminations in Top Alcohol Dragster. He will continue in semifinal action on Sunday. 

Eliminations for the NHRA Nevada Nationals begin at 11 a.m. PT on Sunday at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 22nd annual NHRA Nevada Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the 21st 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. Brittany Force, 3.665 seconds, 337.24 mph vs. Bye; 2. Austin Prock, 3.685, 334.32 vs. 15. Cameron Ferre, 12.655, 57.36; 3. Justin Ashley, 3.686, 333.08 vs. 14. Clay Millican, 4.272, 198.17; 4. Tony Schumacher, 3.692, 327.43 vs. 13. Rob Passey, 4.032, 297.48; 5. Shawn Langdon, 3.696, 327.11 vs. 12. Krista Baldwin, 3.864, 319.90; 6. Mike Salinas, 3.697, 334.73 vs. 11. Leah Pruett, 3.716, 331.69; 7. Steve Torrence, 3.698, 332.92 vs. 10. Josh Hart, 3.714, 332.34; 8. Doug Kalitta, 3.708, 324.51 vs. 9. Antron Brown, 3.710, 330.47.

Funny Car -- 1. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.857, 331.77 vs. 16. Terry Haddock, Ford Mustang, 4.126, 266.16; 2. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.862, 330.23 vs. 15. Steven Densham, Mustang, 4.040, 306.60; 3. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 3.865, 330.80 vs. 14. Bobby Bode, Mustang, 3.948, 306.88; 4. J.R. Todd, Toyota Supra, 3.870, 333.33 vs. 13. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.945, 318.77; 5. John Force, Camaro, 3.873, 324.28 vs. 12. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.944, 288.89; 6. Ron Capps, Supra, 3.889, 332.59 vs. 11. Jim Campbell, Charger, 3.944, 298.54; 7. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.912, 326.08 vs. 10. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.941, 321.19; 8. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.917, 327.03 vs. 9. Paul Lee, Charger, 3.933, 321.35.

Did Not Qualify: 17. Jeff Arend, 4.137, 310.77; 18. Jason Rupert, 4.192, 297.09; 19. Jeff Diehl, 4.553, 194.83.

Pro Stock -- 1. Erica Enders, Chevy Camaro, 6.579, 208.75 vs. 16. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.654, 207.08; 2. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.580, 208.07 vs. 15. Fernando Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.649, 206.61; 3. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.585, 207.69 vs. 14. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.643, 206.13; 4. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.595, 205.98 vs. 13. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.639, 207.88; 5. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.599, 208.14 vs. 12. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.625, 206.73; 6. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.600, 207.40 vs. 11. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.613, 207.69; 7. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.605, 207.30 vs. 10. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.611, 206.80; 8. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.606, 207.50 vs. 9. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.610, 207.85.

Did Not Qualify: 17. Shane Tucker, 6.680, 205.69; 18. Alan Prusiensky, 6.680, 205.29.

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Matt Smith, Buell, 6.785, 202.27 vs. 16. Katie Sullivan, Suzuki, 6.957, 193.52; 2. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.807, 198.64 vs. 15. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.937, 196.87; 3. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.816, 200.77 vs. 14. Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.929, 194.86; 4. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.819, 196.73 vs. 13. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 6.929, 194.86; 5. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.829, 198.00 vs. 12. Gaige Herrera, Suzuki, 6.908, 193.49; 6. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.836, 197.48 vs. 11. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.902, 195.82; 7. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.846, 197.02 vs. 10. Chris Bostick, Suzuki, 6.890, 194.49; 8. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.847, 196.39 vs. 9. Chip Ellis, EBR, 6.849, 197.68.

Did Not Qualify: 17. Freddie Camarena, 6.973, 193.96; 18. Kelly Clontz, 6.999, 193.57; 19. Michael Phillips, 7.166, 189.10; 20. Rick Newport, 11.553, 142.34.


Brittany Force made the quickest run in each qualifying session on Friday at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, powering to the provisional No. 1 position in Top Fuel at the 22nd annual NHRA Nevada Nationals. 

Robert Hight (Funny Car), Aaron Stanfield (Pro Stock) and Matt Smith (Pro Stock Motorcycle) are also provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the 21st event in the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the fifth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs. 

Looking to sweep both races in Las Vegas this year and stay in the championship hunt, Force went 3.665-seconds at 337.24 mph in her 11,000-horsepower Flav-R-Pac dragster. That gave her the best runs in each of the two sessions on Friday as she looks to pick up her ninth No. 1 qualifier in 2022 and 41st in her career. She closed to within 77 points of leader Justin Ashley heading into final qualifying tomorrow, knowing she’ll need another big performance in Las Vegas to keep her title aspirations alive. 

“Today's been awesome. It's exactly what we've been wanting to do,” Force said. “We need to grab points where we can because this thing's going to come down to Pomona and it's going to come down just a number of points, so we need to grab them wherever we can. We need a long day on race day. and we're starting off well this week. And we're already in a good position to solid runs. That was our goal and picking up bonus points. So, we're right on track.” 

Mike Salinas was the only other car in the 3.60s, going 3.697 at 334.73, while defending event winner and four-time world champ Steve Torrence is third with a 3.705 at 332.51. Ashley is fourth after his 3.716 at 331.85. 

Robert Hight helped ensure a dominant Friday for John Force Racing in the nitro categories, posting identical runs of 3.857 in the two sessions in his 11,000-horsepower Auto Club Chevrolet Camaro SS. It was an impressive showing for the points leader, who also went 331.77 and is after his sixth No. 1 qualifier of the season and 77th in his career. He entered the weekend 10 points ahead of defending world champ Ron Capps and picked up some much-needed bonus points during the first two sessions. It was also a huge momentum boost for the three-time world champion, who was eager to get back into action this weekend after a semifinal loss in Dallas. 

“Those two runs, those were huge. We need every point we can get. The way I look at it, we let Ron Capps back in it in Dallas, we’re even. Ten points is nothing,” Hight said. “Having that week off between races was brutal, but I know Jimmy Prock spent that week and a half thinking about this race car. He made some changes, and I was even surprised we ran so well first session. We ran 3.85-seconds two different ways, and the guys have a handle on this car. Picking up those six points today, that was big for us, and we need to get six more tomorrow.”  

Bob Tasca III went 3.865 at 330.80 to put him in the second spot, while J.R. Todd is third after his run of 3.870 at 333.33. Capps is right behind in fourth after going 3.889. 

Needing a big weekend to keep teammate and points leader Erica Enders from clinching her fifth world title, Aaron Stanfield got off to a great start on Friday, making the quickest run of both qualifying sessions, including his 6.595 at 207.11 in his Janac Brothers Chevrolet Camaro. If that holds, it will give the young standout his fifth No. 1 qualifier of the season. Stanfield, who also has three wins this year, entered the weekend 165 points behind Enders, knowing he needed a strong showing to deny Enders her fifth world title for at least one more race. 

“We just want to come out and do a good job. I know the title is a longshot,” Stanfield said. “The Elite team is having a great season and I’m thankful to be a part of it. Heck, I just want to win some races. We’ve got two to go and we’d like to win both of them. This was a good start. We made two good runs today and that sets us up for tomorrow and Sunday.” 

Enders wasn’t far behind, making the second-quickest run each session. Her 6.597 at 208.26 puts her second, while Troy Coughlin Jr. is third after a 6.606 at 208.17. 

In Pro Stock Motorcycle, Matt Smith continued his strong championship march, going to the No. 1 spot on his Denso Auto Parts Buell with a pass of 6.797 at 201.04. If it holds, it will give the points leader his fifth No. 1 spot in 2022 and 52nd in his career. More importantly, it puts Smith, who held a 51-point lead over Joey Gladstone entering the weekend, in position to continue his playoff momentum as he seeks a sixth world championship. He’s won twice in Las Vegas and a third victory would put him in an ideal position to clinch a world title in Pomona. 

“This is a good start. We messed up in Q1 and blew the tire off it but we de-tuned it for Q2 and went to the top,” Smith said. “I’ve said this all along but to win a championship you’ve got to have no parts failures and not let anything stupid happen. It’s tough out here right now. Steve Johnson has a good bike. Jerry Savoie has a good bike, my wife (Angie) has a good bike and Joey definitely has a good bike.”

Angelle Sampey is currently second after going 6.807 at 198.64, with Steve Johnson in third after his pass of 6.832 at 195.19. 

Legendary driver and team owner Tony Stewart also made his NHRA racing debut on Friday in Top Alcohol Dragster, going 5.219 at 276.52 during the first session. 

Qualifying continues at 12:00 p.m. PT on Saturday at the NHRA Nevada Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Friday's results after the first two of four rounds of qualifying for the 22nd annual NHRA Nevada Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 21st of 22 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Brittany Force, 3.665 seconds, 337.24 mph; 2. Mike Salinas, 3.697, 334.73; 3. Steve Torrence, 3.705, 332.51; 4. Justin Ashley, 3.716, 331.85; 5. Austin Prock, 3.731, 328.30; 6. Shawn Langdon, 3.739, 328.30; 7. Josh Hart, 3.741, 324.75; 8. Antron Brown, 3.742, 329.91; 9. Leah Pruett, 3.746, 329.18; 10. Tony Schumacher, 3.820, 266.90; 11. Rob Passey, 4.032, 297.48; 12. Krista Baldwin, 4.042, 241.50; 13. Clay Millican, 4.272, 198.17; 14. Doug Kalitta, 5.126, 136.72. 

Funny Car -- 1. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.857, 331.77; 2. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.865, 330.80; 3. J.R. Todd, Toyota Supra, 3.870, 333.33; 4. Ron Capps, Supra, 3.889, 332.59; 5. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.898, 333.25; 6. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.912, 326.08; 7. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.922, 325.69; 8. Paul Lee, Charger, 3.933, 321.35; 9. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.941, 321.19; 10. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.944, 288.89; 11. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.945, 318.77; 12. Jim Campbell, Charger, 3.972, 320.97; 13. Steven Densham, Mustang, 4.040, 306.60; 14. Jeff Diehl, Toyota Camry, 4.553, 194.83; 15. John Force, Camaro, 4.589, 178.35; 16. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.596, 181.96. 

Not Qualified: 17. Bobby Bode, 4.759, 149.05; 18. Jeff Arend, 6.459, 101.68; 19. Jason Rupert, 7.395, 98.77. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Aaron Stanfield, Chevy Camaro, 6.595, 207.11; 2. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.597, 208.26; 3. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.606, 208.17; 4. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.606, 207.50; 5. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.610, 208.01; 6. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.610, 207.85; 7. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.614, 206.04; 8. Cristian Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.616, 206.89; 9. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.616, 206.64; 10. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.624, 207.62; 11. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.633, 206.76; 12. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.639, 207.88; 13. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.643, 206.13; 14. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.645, 206.67; 15. Fernando Cuadra, Mustang, 6.649, 206.61; 16. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.654, 207.08.

Not Qualified: 17. Alan Prusiensky, 6.687, 205.22; 18. Shane Tucker, 19.788, 39.43. 

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Matt Smith, Buell, 6.797, 201.04; 2. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.807, 198.64; 3. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.832, 195.19; 4. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.844, 196.27; 5. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.846, 199.02; 6. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.846, 197.02; 7. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.855, 195.56; 8. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.860, 194.97; 9. Chip Ellis, EBR, 6.868, 196.67; 10. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.915, 194.83; 11. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 6.929, 194.86; 12. Gaige Herrera, Suzuki, 6.968, 191.87; 13. Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.989, 191.48; 14. Freddie Camarena, Suzuki, 6.996, 193.13; 15. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.998, 196.59; 16. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 6.999, 193.46. 

Not Qualified: 17. Chris Bostick, 7.054, 194.07; 18. Katie Sullivan, 7.067, 191.73; 19. Rick Newport, broke; 20. Michael Phillips, broke.



1  205   B/AP Ed Federkeil Jr, Cooper City FL, '12 Aven  7.188  7.96  -0.772
  2 4483   CC/A John Clegg, Victoria TX, '88 Firebird      6.869  7.57  -0.701
  3   54   B/EA Jim Greenheck, Schofield WI, '12 Camaro    7.711  8.38  -0.669
  4  220   B/AA Jeff Taylor, Sellersburg IN, '08 Cobalt    7.051  7.71  -0.659
  5   35   C/ED Allen Wilson, Kokomo IN, Spitzer-Chevy     7.332  7.97  -0.638
  6  104  D/SMA Frank Affronti, Ontario NY, '12 Cobalt     8.475  9.09  -0.615
  7   41  E/SMA Cody Lane, Seattle WA, '05 Cavalier        8.480  9.09  -0.610
  8  427   D/SM Jarrod Granier, Labadieville LA, '08 Coba  8.572  9.17  -0.598
  9   63   C/AA John Edwards, Nampa ID, '20 Camaro         7.415  7.97  -0.555
 10 5125   A/EA Bruce Schmiedl, Regina SK, '32 Bantam      7.428  7.98  -0.552



1    1  GT/JA Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '87 Cama  9.864 10.98  -1.116
  2 4749   GT/L Stan Holt, Houston TX, '66 Chevy II        9.978 11.03  -1.052
  3 7474  SS/AS Justin Lamb, Henderson NV, '10 Camaro      8.721  9.77  -1.049
  4 5150  GT/DA Jason DeForrest, Oak Grove MN, '05 Cavali  9.157 10.17  -1.013
  5 5648  FSS/B James Elias, Winkler MB, '20 Camaro        8.349  9.35  -1.001
  6  603  FSS/B Larry McLanahan, Kennewick WA, '19 Mustang 8.396  9.35  -0.954
  7 6070  FSS/B Gary Coe, Portland OR, '19 Mustang         8.397  9.35  -0.953
  8   53  SS/GA Wyatt Wagner, Bonner Springs KS, '68 Cama  9.781 10.73  -0.949
  9  757  SS/IA Larry Zavala, Montebello CA, '89 Camaro    9.932 10.88  -0.948
 10 5065   SS/O Wayne Denklau, Wayne NE, '55 Station Wagon11.469 12.41  -0.941



1 6633   F/SA Joe Sorensen, Woodburn OR, '69 Camaro     10.868 12.05  -1.182
  2    5   E/SA Jimmy Hidalgo Jr., Donaldsonville LA, '04 10.768 11.90  -1.132
  3 302B   FS/G George Wright, Carleton MI, '12 Mustang   10.432 11.54  -1.108
  4  601   H/SA Cody Lane, Seattle WA, '73 Corvette       11.329 12.36  -1.031
  5  754   FS/D Lindy Lindholm, Newport Beach CA, '17 Cam  9.777 10.78  -1.003
  6 7854  FS/AA Ryan McClanahan, San Bernardino CA, '21 C  8.563  9.56  -0.997
  7 5737  FS/AA Chris Vang, Sterling CO, '17 Camaro        8.593  9.56  -0.967
  8 4403   FS/A Gary Emmons, Friendswood TX, '14 Mustang   8.894  9.86  -0.966
  9 6001   G/SA Norm LaPointe, Sherwood Park AB, '67 Cama 11.236 12.20  -0.964
 10 715W   E/SA Shelby Williams, Las Vegas NV, '70 Camaro 10.939 11.90  -0.961



1    7 Bradley Johnson, Morrison CO, Dragster-Chevy    6.134  226.24  226.24
  2  594 Daria Vang, Sterling CO, Racetech-Chevy         6.138  228.69  228.69
  3 7638 Mark Yeager, Hollister CA, Nelson-SUNS          6.144  232.83  232.83
  4 H218 Jeremy Hancock, Commerce GA, Nelson-Chevy       6.146  223.10  223.10
  5 7942 Thomas Bayer, Cherry Valley CA, Miller-Chevy    6.156  228.11  228.11
  6  445 Aaron Stanfield, Bossier City LA, Miller-Chevy  6.158  223.28  223.28
  7   56 Jeff Korn, Hays KS, Undercover-Chevy            6.162  230.25  230.25
  8 7237 Steve Will, Fortuna CA, Sarmento-BAE            6.173  228.89  228.89
  9 7796 John Richardson, Santa Clarita CA, Dragster-Ch  6.189  222.88  222.88
 10 7145 Jennifer Wiens, Las Vegas NV, Racetech-Madcap   6.194  225.90  225.90