In the first all-female final round in NHRA Pro Stock history, Houston native Erica Enders closed out Houston Raceway Park in style, picking up the win in front of a sold-out crowd at her home track on Sunday at the 35th and final NHRA SpringNationals.

Brittany Force (Top Fuel), Matt Hagan (Funny Car) and Steve Johnson (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won the fifth of 22 races during the 2022 season as the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series enjoyed consecutive days of sellout crowds to close out racing at Houston Raceway Park.
Enders, a four-time Pro Stock world champion, knocked off rookie and No. 1 qualifier Camrie Caruso in the championship round, getting her third win this season and 36th in her career with a pass of 6.568-seconds at 210.24 mph in her Melling Performance/Elite Motorsports Chevrolet Camaro. It’s also her third Pro Stock win at Houston Raceway Park, where Enders grew up racing. Her first national event win came in Super Gas in 2004 at Houston and she finished her racing at the facility with an impressive Pro Stock win thanks to round wins against Cristian Cuadra, Matt Hartford, and Kyle Koretsky. That led to a historic and memorable final round where Enders was able to track down Caruso at the finish line, moving into the points lead as well.
“I grew up drag racing here and I don’t know if I can put this into words. I made my first passes down the racetrack when I was eight years old and my first Wally came here and to do this here in Houston means the world to me,” Enders said. “We were able to execute perfectly today and I’m so proud of this team. It was just an unbelievable day. It was challenging to get focused and get my emotions under control, but I tried to put all of that on the backburner and get it done. To be able to execute and have such a great team and great car today, this is one of my proudest moments.”
Caruso also enjoyed a weekend to remember, advancing to her first career final round with victories against Fernando Cuadra, Bo Butner, and reigning world champion Greg Anderson. Caruso also recorded her first career No. 1 qualifier.
In Top Fuel, Brittany Force continued her hot streak, rolling to a second straight victory with a blast of 3.767 at 321.42 in her 11,000-mph Monster Energy dragster. In what was the final NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series pass at Houston, Force beat Justin Ashley on a holeshot, posting a .041 reaction to hold off Ashley’s run of 3.763. To reach the final round, Force knocked off Josh Hart and Shawn Langdon and Billy Torrence, capping off her remarkable day with a third – and final – win in Houston and the 13th in her career. The victory also helped give Force the Top Fuel points lead after five races.
“I felt confident coming in and it was an incredible day for our team,” Force said. “To close out Houston with a win is just incredible for us. Justin is one of the best leavers in the class, so I knew we had to step it up. I really wanted it in the final round, so I had to do my job. Getting back-to-back wins is huge for us, and we’re back in the seat next weekend so we’ll try to do it again in Charlotte. All the hard work by our team, for it to pay off with two wins in a row, it’s great for them and I’m really proud of all of my guys.”
Ashley advanced to his sixth career final and second this season thanks to victories against Doug Foley, Austin Prock, and four-time defending world champion Steve Torrence.
At the site of his first career Funny Car victory, Hagan closed out Houston Raceway Park with the last win at the facility in the class, denying Bobby Bode the chance for his first win with a winning run of 3.982 at 326.63 in his 11,000-horsepower Dodge Power Brokers Charger SRT Hellcat Funny Car. It gives the points leader his second win this season and 41st in his career. He reached the final round for the fourth time in 2022 in the loaded class on the strength of round wins against John Force, No. 1 qualifier Ron Capps and J.R. Todd. Hagan chased down Bode in the final when the young driver suffered a massive engine explosion near the finish line.
“This has been a special place for me,” Hagan said. “This is where I got my first win, so this race means a lot to me and to close it out here, that’s huge. It was another good weekend and I feel like we’ve been making a statement. There’s a lot of heavy hitters in this class and there’s no easy runs. To keep doing what we’re doing says a lot about the team that (crew chief) Dickie (Venables) has assembled. It’s a great team and this win is just a statement to how good these guys are. (Team owner) Tony Stewart has instilled such a winning mentality in this team and that’s what I love. It’s just an incredible team and I’m excited to see what’s next.”
Bode’s first career final round came after he knocked off Alexis DeJoria, Cruz Pedregon and Chad Green, who was also seeking his first berth in the final round.
Johnson enjoyed a banner day in Houston to pick up his first Pro Stock Motorcycle win of the season, going 6.720 at 199.91 on his Slick 50 Suzuki to beat longtime rival and defending world champ Matt Smith in the finals. Johnson was simply dominant during eliminations, making the quickest run in Houston history in the opening round and then setting both ends of the track record a round later with a pass of 6.711 at 201.55. He knocked off Eddie Krawiec to advance to the finals, where he put together another strong run to earn his 10th career win and first at Houston Raceway Park.
“A win like this all starts back at the shop,” Johnson said. “This is a huge accomplishment for us. We didn’t run well at Gainesville. I really felt like I had a good bike, but we couldn’t show it. It was a huge setback for our team, so to come here and get a win was big. It’s nice to get a win early in the season and this race is also so special to us because it’s where I got my first sponsor. There’s a lot of good memories here.”
Smith advanced to the final round for the first time this season and the 66th time in his career thanks to round wins against Kelly Clontz, Chris Bostick and No. 1 qualifier Karen Stoffer.
The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series returns to action next weekend with the Circle K NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway in Charlotte.



Four-time defending Top Fuel world champion Steve Torrence closed out qualifying in style on Saturday at Houston Raceway Park, vaulting past Brittany Force to claim the No. 1 spot at the final NHRA SpringNationals.

Ron Capps (Funny Car), Camrie Caruso (Pro Stock) and Karen Stoffer (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also qualified No. 1 at the fifth of 22 races during the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the final appearance at Houston Raceway Park.
The Texan powered his way to the top with an impressive run of 3.693-seconds at 323.66 mph in his 11,000-horsepower Capco Contractors dragster, handing the points leader his first No. 1 of the season and 32nd in his career. With four different Top Fuel winners through four races, Torrence will try to become the fifth on Sunday to close out NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series action at Houston Raceway Park. He’ll open eliminations against Buddy Hull, feeling good about his chances after a pair of strong runs in front of a huge crowd on Saturday.
“To go low E.T. of the round on that first run of the day was a huge confidence-booster,” Torrence said. “Only a couple of cars went down the track, so when you can do that, that’s a confidence booster. Going into the final session, (crew chiefs) Bobby (Lagana) and Richard (Hogan) said they were going to try to step it up a little bit. It went out and ran well. I knew we could have a good pass, but I didn’t know if it would be enough to go to the top. To go No. 1, that was great for us. Tomorrow is anyone’s game, but I think we’ve got a pretty good shot at it.”
Friday’s provisional No. 1 qualifier Brittany Force, who ran 3.695 at a track-record 333.58 a night ago, got bumped to the second spot after Torrence’s impressive blast, while Doug Kalitta took the third position thanks to his 3.696 at 328.70. In all, 14 dragsters ran in the 3.60s or 3.70s during qualifying in Houston.
Capps managed his second straight No. 1 qualifier thanks to his 3.864 at 327.66 from Friday in his 11,000-horsepower NAPA Auto Parts Funny Car, putting him in a great position to grab a fifth win in Houston. It’s his third No. 1 qualifier in 2022 and 32nd in his career, but Capps was just as impressed with the solid run his team put together in the heat to open qualifying on Saturday. It was the ideal boost heading into eliminations, where Capps knows he will have to be at his best to win in Houston.
“That first run in the heat was a big deal,” Capps said. “A lot of teams pushed it a little too hard and not many guys went down in that session. Our guys did a great job today and it’s going to be warm tomorrow, so we’ll take it. Every time I’ve won here, you literally feel like you’ve raced 2-3 races in one day. It literally takes everything out of you. It’s just a dogfight and you really feel like you’ve done something special when you win here.”
Hight nearly eclipsed Capps on the final run of the day, but qualified second with a strong 3.865 at 331.36. Cruz Pedregon’s 3.881 at 324.67 gave him the third spot.
Caruso clinched her first career No. 1 qualifier in Pro Stock on Saturday, needing just five races in her professional career to do so thanks to her 6.547 at 209.39 in her Sand Haulers of America Chevrolet Camaro from Friday. The rookie has made a strong impression early in her career, and by reaching No. 1 spot in just five races, it ties her with Dallas Glenn among current competitors for the quickest number of races to earn a top qualifier. She’s also the fifth driver in NHRA history to earn their first No. 1 qualifier at Houston Raceway Park. Caruso will open eliminations on Sunday against Fernando Cuadra looking for the first win of her career.
“This means the world to me and my team and everyone who backs me,” Caruso said. “They definitely deserve it and we’re happy to head into raceday No. 1. I would never thought we could have achieved such a cool thing so soon. I just see it as another learning experience because the competition out here is crazy. We’re really heading in the right direction and it’s all because of my team.”
Houston native Erica Enders finished second and made a pair of quality runs in the 6.55s on Saturday. Her 6.553 at 210.87 from Friday gave her the second spot as she will try to win at her home track on Sunday. Points leader Aaron Stanfield finished third in qualifying with a 6.555 at 210.57.
After taking the provisional No. 1 on Friday, Stoffer was even better on her Ray Skillman Auto Group/Big St. Charles/Suzuki Extended Protection bike to close out qualifying on Saturday, going 6.738 at 200.35 to record her sixth career No. 1 qualifier. Stoffer obliterated the record books en route to the Gainesville victory last month and has been just as impressive in Houston. She’ll open eliminations against David Barron while trying to keep her hot streak going and pick up a third Houston victory as well.
“I’m just grateful and happy. It’s a happy bike and it’s so much fun to ride,” Stoffer said. “I’m so blessed and thankful to be able to ride it all the time. Houston has always been a special place to me. It’s where I won my first-ever national event and it’s very cool to wear the No. 1 hat here. I’m grateful every time the bike goes a little faster and it is truly a fun bike to ride. It’s only the second race, so there’s a big road in front of us, but I’m definitely enjoying every moment we have like this.”
Steve Johnson made a pair of standout runs on Saturday, jumping up to second and nearly getting past Stoffer with a run of 6.739 at 199.76. He also made a 200-mph run earlier in the day. Eddie Krawiec took third with a 6.798 at 200.08, while reigning world champ Matt Smith, broke his own track speed record with a blast of 201.37. He is qualified fifth.
Eliminations for the final NHRA SpringNationals at Houston Raceway Park begin at 11:30 a.m. CT on Sunday.
Sunday's first-round pairings for eliminations for the 35th annual NHRA SpringNationals at Houston Raceway Park, the fifth 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. Steve Torrence, 3.693 seconds, 323.66 mph vs. 16. Buddy Hull, 3.916, 280.37; 2. Brittany Force, 3.695, 333.58 vs. 15. Josh Hart, 3.806, 325.22; 3. Doug Kalitta, 3.696, 328.70 vs. 14. Billy Torrence, 3.799, 323.27; 4. Justin Ashley, 3.697, 330.80 vs. 13. Doug Foley, 3.789, 319.45; 5. Austin Prock, 3.701, 330.15 vs. 12. Alex Laughlin, 3.782, 317.12; 6. Antron Brown, 3.704, 330.55 vs. 11. Clay Millican, 3.775, 324.20; 7. Leah Pruett, 3.711, 329.26 vs. 10. Shawn Langdon, 3.728, 325.30; 8. Tony Schumacher, 3.720, 326.79 vs. 9. Mike Salinas, 3.722, 329.18. 

Did Not Qualify: 17. Cameron Ferre, 3.927, 307.79; 18. Mitch King, 4.083, 295.72. 

Funny Car -- 1. Ron Capps, Dodge Charger, 3.864, 326.16 vs. Bye; 2. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.865, 331.36 vs. 15. Terry Haddock, Ford Mustang, 4.445, 205.04; 3. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.881, 324.67 vs. 14. Paul Lee, Charger, 4.097, 308.99; 4. Bob Tasca III, Mustang, 3.882, 329.58 vs. 13. J.R. Todd, Toyota Supra, 4.044, 319.90; 5. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.887, 330.47 vs. 12. Jim Campbell, Charger, 4.034, 311.77; 6. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.910, 325.61 vs. 11. Bobby Bode, Mustang, 4.016, 280.31; 7. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.911, 326.71 vs. 10. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.984, 297.02; 8. Matt Hagan, Charger, 3.924, 329.34 vs. 9. John Force, Camaro, 3.945, 324.12. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Camrie Caruso, Chevy Camaro, 6.547, 209.39 vs. 16. Fernando Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.615, 209.10; 2. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.553, 210.87 vs. 15. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.611, 206.70; 3. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.555, 210.57 vs. 14. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.602, 208.71; 4. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.557, 208.97 vs. 13. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.599, 209.10; 5. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.559, 209.82 vs. 12. Rodger Brogdon, Camaro, 6.588, 209.20; 6. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.560, 210.70 vs. 11. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.585, 209.33; 7. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.568, 209.52 vs. 10. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.585, 209.75; 8. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.571, 209.69 vs. 9. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.582, 209.43. 

Did Not Qualify: 17. Shane Tucker, 6.615, 209.49; 18. Alan Prusiensky, 6.663, 208.65; 19. John Callahan, 6.822, 203.92; 20. Troy Coughlin Jr., 12.093, 148.40. 

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.738, 200.35 vs. 16. David Barron, EBR, 7.172, 186.23; 2. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.739, 199.76 vs. 15. Michael Ray, Victory, 7.078, 193.88; 3. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.798, 200.08 vs. 14. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 7.006, 196.90; 4. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.798, 199.97 vs. 13. Chris Bostick, Suzuki, 6.985, 193.49; 5. Matt Smith, Suzuki, 6.814, 199.40 vs. 12. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 6.934, 193.40; 6. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.833, 198.90 vs. 11. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.893, 195.39; 7. Jim Underdahl, Suzuki, 6.846, 198.38 vs. 10. LE Tonglet, Suzuki, 6.879, 195.14; 8. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 6.858, 198.03 vs. 9. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.860, 197.54. 



Brittany Force rocketed to the fastest pass in the history of Houston Raceway Park, grabbing the provisional No. 1 spot in Top Fuel and kicking off the final NHRA SpringNationals in impressive fashion on Friday at the legendary facility.

Ron Capps (Funny Car), Camrie Caruso (Pro Stock) and Karen Stoffer (Pro Stock Motorcycle) are also the provisional No. 1 qualifiers at the fifth of 22 races during the 2022 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.
Force previously held the speed record at the Houston Raceway Park in Top Fuel but went 3.695-seconds at a record-breaking 333.58 mph in her 11,000-horsepower Monster Energy dragster to close out qualifying on Friday and give her the fastest run in both nitro categories. Coming off an impressive win in Las Vegas, Force put on a show in Houston, with her performance putting her in line for her second No. 1 qualifier this season and 34th in her career.
“That’s just huge for our team and everyone that was part of tonight,” Force said. “It’s the final race here in Houston, so to put on a show for them like that is pretty exciting for all of us. We were right on our target with our run and just looking at our season, we’ve put up some pretty big speeds. It was cool to put on a show like that for our fans. That win in Vegas just pumped us up and motivated us, and when you’re in that winner’s circle you want to get back at it. There’s just an extra energy in the pits and we want more.”
Justin Ashley is currently second after the first session with a 3.697 at 330.80, while Force’s Top Fuel teammate, Austin Prock, is third after going 3.701 at 330.15.
Still riding high from his first career victory as a team owner, reigning Funny Car world champion Capps kept rolling on Friday in Houston, going to the No. 1 spot with a standout run of 3.864 at 326.16 in his 11,000-horsepower NAPA Auto Parts Funny Car. It was just enough to slip past Robert Hight as the two standouts continue their thrilling duel this season and puts Capps in line to collect his third No. 1 qualifier in 20222 and 32nd in his career. Capps and Hight are also tied with four Funny Car wins in Houston and the two-time champ would like to collect another in the final event at the track.
“Our team makes me look way better than I am,” Capps said. “It’s a good hot rod right now and you’ve got to enjoy it when it’s like this. You show up first round and you hope you can put up a number like that. It’s imperative that you can do that. You go on these runs like this where you win rounds and win races, (but) you can’t get arrogant about it. You just take it as it comes and just be glad that you’ve got a good hot rod.”
Hight, whose first career Funny Car win came in Houston, took the second spot to close out the opening round of qualifying, going 3.865 at 331.36. Cruz Pedregon had a run of 3.881 at 324.67, which currently puts him third.
In just her fifth career start, rookie Caruso put on a show and is now on track for her first career No. 1 qualifier in Pro Stock after going 6.547 at 209.39 in her Sand Haulers of America Chevrolet Camaro. The young standout has enjoyed a strong start in the first year of her Pro Stock career in 2022 and Friday’s performance was the latest example. But Caruso has continually praised her team, one that has helped put her on the cusp of her first top spot.
“It was really exciting, and it felt really smooth,” Caruso said. “I’m really thankful for my guys and my team, and hopefully it holds. I always have confidence in my car and my team because they do a great job, but we just want to continue to make A to B runs and then we can improve from that. I wasn’t expecting No. 1, but I’ll take it.”
Houston native Erica Enders took the second spot on Friday thanks to her 6.553 at 210.87 as she looks for a win in the final race at her home track. Enders’ Elite Motorsports teammate and points leader Aaron Stanfield ran 6.555 at 210.57 to sit in the third position.
Stoffer simply picked up where she left off, vaulting to the top spot in Pro Stock Motorcycle after setting the world record and winning the opener in Gainesville. This time, she went 6.775 at 199.64 on her Ray Skillman Auto Group/Big St. Charles/Suzuki Extended Protection bike on Friday, hoping to pick up her sixth career No. 1 qualifier. Stoffer also has a strong history in Houston, winning a pair of races, and has been nothing but incredible to open the 2022 season.
“Gainesville seems like it was forever ago, so you’re definitely wondering if you can continue that momentum, but we were excited about putting together another good pass,” said Stoffer, who has two career Houston wins. “I think there’s more out there and there’s definitely going to be a lot of competition, but I hope it holds. It was fun and I’m just having such a blast on that bike. It’s just so fun to ride and it’s going so smooth and so straight and so fast. I’m just having a good time with it.”
Angie Smith, who finished as the runner-up to Stoffer in Gainesville, gave females the top two spots in the class with a 6.798 at 199.97, while Steve Johnson rounded out the top three with a 6.804 at 197.68 after the first qualifying session.
Qualifying continues at 1 p.m. CT on Saturday at the final NHRA SpringNationals at Houston Raceway Park.
Friday's results after the first one of three rounds of qualifying for the 35th annual NHRA SpringNationals at Houston Raceway Park, fifth 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, 3.695 seconds, 333.58 mph; 2. Justin Ashley, 3.697, 330.80; 3. Austin Prock, 3.701, 330.15; 4. Antron Brown, 3.704, 330.55; 5. Steve Torrence, 3.704, 327.03; 6. Leah Pruett, 3.719, 328.54; 7. Tony Schumacher, 3.720, 326.79; 8. Mike Salinas, 3.722, 329.18; 9. Shawn Langdon, 3.733, 329.42; 10. Doug Kalitta, 3.740, 326.08; 11. Alex Laughlin, 3.782, 317.12; 12. Doug Foley, 3.800, 310.48; 13. Clay Millican, 3.803, 312.42; 14. Josh Hart, 3.929, 236.63; 15. Mitch King, 4.202, 239.95; 16. Billy Torrence, 4.216, 200.23.
Not Qualified: 17. Buddy Hull, 5.601, 116.61; 18. Cameron Ferre, 8.527, 81.39. 

Funny Car -- 1. Ron Capps, Dodge Charger, 3.864, 326.16; 2. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.865, 331.36; 3. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.881, 324.67; 4. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.882, 329.58; 5. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.887, 330.47; 6. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.911, 326.71; 7. Matt Hagan, Charger, 3.926, 319.37; 8. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota Supra, 3.929, 329.26; 9. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.984, 297.02; 10. Jim Campbell, Charger, 4.034, 311.77; 11. Paul Lee, Charger, 4.282, 229.78; 12. J.R. Todd, Supra, 4.362, 202.88; 13. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.445, 205.04; 14. Bobby Bode, Mustang, 4.447, 193.05; 15. John Force, Camaro, 6.334, 108.71. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Camrie Caruso, Chevy Camaro, 6.547, 209.39; 2. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.553, 210.87; 3. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.555, 210.57; 4. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.559, 209.82; 5. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.560, 210.70; 6. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.565, 210.50; 7. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.568, 209.52; 8. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.571, 209.69; 9. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.582, 209.43; 10. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.585, 209.75; 11. Kenny Delco, Camaro, 6.585, 209.33; 12. Rodger Brogdon, Camaro, 6.589, 209.62; 13. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Ford Mustang, 6.599, 209.10; 14. Chris McGaha, Camaro, 6.603, 209.36; 15. Fernando Cuadra, Mustang, 6.615, 209.10; 16. Shane Tucker, Camaro, 6.615, 208.78. Not Qualified: 17. Cristian Cuadra, 6.643, 209.30; 18. Alan Prusiensky, 6.664, 208.65; 19. John Callahan, 23.759, 38.69. 

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 6.776, 199.64; 2. Angie Smith, EBR, 6.798, 199.97; 3. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.804, 197.68; 4. Joey Gladstone, Suzuki, 6.833, 198.90; 5. Matt Smith, Suzuki, 6.856, 199.49; 6. LE Tonglet, Suzuki, 6.879, 195.14; 7. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.893, 195.39; 8. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.899, 196.53; 9. Jim Underdahl, Suzuki, 6.931, 199.08; 10. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.971, 196.30; 11. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 7.037, 191.65; 12. Michael Ray, Victory, 7.173, 166.39; 13. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 7.253, 159.72; 14. Angelle Sampey, Suzuki, 9.969, 87.64; 15. Chris Bostick, Suzuki, 21.631, 31.65. 




  1  387   TA/D Mike Coughlin, Dublin OH, Hadman-Hemi    5.241  279.61  279.61
  2  613   TA/D Joey Severance, Woodburn OR, Hadman-Noon 5.271  276.75  276.75
  3 710V   TA/D Taylor Vetter, Las Vegas NV, CNE-CHRY    5.274  280.14  280.14
  4 737M   TA/D Madison Payne, Claremont CA, Dragster-C  5.279  276.18  276.18
  5    4   TA/D Julie Nataas, Brownsburg IN, Copeland-B  5.285  274.78  274.78
  6  528   TA/D Aaron Cooper, Wichita KS, McKinney-AJPE  5.291  281.54  281.54
  7 4028   B/AD David Sheetz, Lake Jackson TX, MLR-BAE   5.299  275.67  275.67
  8 4934   A/FD Steve Collier, Benton LA, Copeland-BRAD  5.337  272.06  272.06
  9  420   TA/D Terry Schmidt, Mustang OK, Dragster-CHRY 5.354  240.34  240.34
 10 4494   TA/D Hunter Green, Odessa TX, Yancy-BAEE      5.436  262.85  262.85


  1    2 Doug Gordon, Paso Robles CA, '20 Camaro         5.505  268.87  268.87
  2    8 Kyle Smith, Valley Center KS, '09 Mustang       5.563  252.66  254.66
  3    7 Nick Januik, Las Vegas NV, '18 Camaro           5.916  168.58  168.58
  4    6 Brian Hough, Junction City OR, '21 Camaro       6.132  175.78  175.78
  5    3 Bob McCosh, Columbia MO, '22 Camaro            10.280   79.72   79.72 



1  717   A/SM Mike DePalma, Fort Worth TX, '08 G5        7.725  8.45  -0.725
  2 4011   H/AA Royce Freeman, Lindsay OK, '10 Cobalt      8.543  9.22  -0.677
  3   47   C/DA Don Thomas, Amarillo TX, '01 Crc           6.942  7.60  -0.658
  4 4065   B/ED Chase Williams, Carthage TX, Dragster-Che  6.804  7.46  -0.656
  5 4487   C/EA Sean Dodd, Double Oak TX, '05 Chevy Cobalt 8.052  8.70  -0.648
  6  220   B/AA Jeff Taylor, Sellersburg IN, '08 Cobalt    6.981  7.62  -0.639
  7   10   A/ND Dean Carter, Peoria AZ, Dragster-Chevy     6.813  7.45  -0.637
  8    5   B/DA Greg Kamplain, Brownsburg IN, Spitzer      6.777  7.40  -0.623
  9   43   B/DA Adam Hickey, Ponchatoula LA, Spitzer       6.757  7.38  -0.623
 10   49   H/AA Ashton Hudson, Dallas TX, '00 Escort       8.604  9.22  -0.616

1    1  GT/JA Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '87 Cama  9.717 10.80  -1.083
  2 4549  GT/IA Korey Mawhee, Frisco TX, '95 Achieva       9.636 10.65  -1.014
  3 D433  FSS/C Darrell Brown, Hominy OK, '15 Challenger   8.666  9.65  -0.984
  4 4118  FGT/E Pete Peery, Bowie TX, '05 Sunfire          9.033 10.00  -0.967
  5 4288  GT/LA Tony Cowell, Hudson Oakes TX, '81 Camaro  10.122 11.05  -0.928
  6 4403  FGT/C Gary Emmons, Friendswood TX, '14 Mustang   8.889  9.80  -0.911
  7  444  GT/EA Tim Snively, Fayetteville AR, '15 Camaro   9.201 10.10  -0.899
  8  428   SS/F Kevin Helms, Plant City FL, '66 Chevy II   9.460 10.35  -0.890
  9 4601  GT/GA Brittany Blackmon, San Antonio TX, '08 Co  9.528 10.40  -0.872
 10 4312  FSS/A PB Candies, Des Allemands LA, '10 Mustang  7.932  8.80  -0.868



1 4597   V/SA Ross Ragland, Norman TX, '79 Malibu       14.353 15.50  -1.147
  2 4705   B/SA Bobby Brannon, Bossier City LA, '15 Camaro10.263 11.25  -0.987
  3 2543   H/SA Mike McMahan, Punta Gorda FL, '71 Corvette11.180 12.15  -0.970
  4   51   FS/D Scott Burton, Golden CO, '10 Mustang       9.645 10.60  -0.955
  5  508   B/SA Ted Romero, Littleton CO, '00 Corvette    10.297 11.25  -0.953
  6 4109    E/S Sheila Mae Holt, Houston TX, '66 Chevy II 10.707 11.65  -0.943
  7 4694   H/SA Todd Erwin, Kennedale TX, '69 Camaro      11.210 12.15  -0.940
  8 5207   C/SA Jeremy Romero, Littleton CO, '98 Firebird 10.465 11.40  -0.935
  9 407B    F/S Don Davidson, Gilmer TX, '69 Camaro       10.878 11.80  -0.922
 10 4731   C/SA Austin Ford, Spring TX, '67 Mustang       10.485 11.40  -0.915

1    3 Darian Boesch, Kenner LA, '18 Camaro            6.273  228.77  228.77
  2 4656 Monte Weaver, Idalou TX, '63 Corvette           6.316  225.60  225.60
  3 4059 Jim Thorp, Mertzon TX, '19 Camaro               6.373  226.24  226.24
  4    9 Allen Firestone, Velma OK, '16 Camaro           6.384  216.13  216.13
  5 430Y Trent Wilson, San Antonio TX, '68 Camaro        6.385  219.29  219.29
  6    1 Jimmy Lewis, Forney TX, '08 GXP                 6.407  224.66  224.66
  7  405 Keith Raftery, Lake Charles LA, '68 Camaro      6.459  215.07  215.07
  8 4121 James Ogden, Dickson TX, '55 Bellair            6.547  213.50  216.20
  9 4697 Anthony Manzella, Roobert LA, '68 Camaro        6.570  195.82  195.82
 10 4957 Rickey Fisher, Fulton TX, '57 Bel Air           6.707  205.13  205.13

1   45 Rusty Baxter, Beckville TX, Racecraft-Chevy     6.102  214.48  214.48
  2 444B Wayne Landry, St. Bernard LA, American-PAR      6.109  228.69  228.69
  3 4608 Michael Kile, Westlake LA, Spitzer-Rehr         6.111  228.23  229.78
  4 479W Wynette Hudgins, Clyde TX, Spitzer-SDPC         6.115  226.92  226.92
  5 4030 William Kruse, Alvin TX, Nelson-CHRY            6.120  237.55  237.55
  6   49 David Johns, Floresville TX, Dragster-Chevy     6.123  226.51  226.51
  7    2 Danny Nelson, Batesville AR, Nelson-BROD        6.131  234.00  234.00
  8 4358 Dane Ward, Mena AR, Nelson-Chevy                6.136  226.62  226.62
  9    9 Darian Boesch, Kenner LA, Dragster-Chevy        6.140  205.94  227.19
 10  494 Steve McDermott, Crowley TX, Undercover-Chevy   6.145  231.75  231.75