Robert Hight ensured the last race of the season, as close to his home base of Yorba Linda, Ca., will be the site of a great Funny Car battle. He scored a clean sweep of the division at the NHRA Nevada Nationals and in doing so pulled to within 17 points of the class lead.

Mike Salinas (Top Fuel), Erica Enders (Pro Stock), and Gaige Herrera (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won the fifth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs.

In a battle of the top two seeded Funny Cars in the qualified field, Hight went 3.851 seconds at 326.79 mph in his Cornwell Tools Chevrolet Camaro to defeat Bob Tasca III in the final round, earning his fourth victory of the 2023 season and the 65th in his career. He now trails Matt Hagan by 17 points with one race remaining, with Tasca just 15 points out of first.

Hight might have put an exclamation mark by beating Tasca, but the most significant moment came in the first round when he established a track record run of 3.816 seconds at 332.67 miles per hour. The run was the quickest in Funny Car since 2017.

“It’s really been a strong weekend at the races,” said Hight. “I’d like to know if anybody in a Countdown race in Funny Car has swept every single point possible. That just goes to my team. You know, they gave me a race car that was perfect this weekend, and we had good conditions where 3.88 was our worst run.

“I feel really good [going into Pomona]. We just have to stay steady and stay focused. Nothing we can do about what the conditions are going to be at Pomona, but I’m going to pray every night that they’re great like we had this weekend. I feel like my team’s got a good handle on this race car, and we just have to go get it done.”

Tasca reached the final round with wins against Steven Densham, Cruz Pedregon, and Hagan before falling to Hight.

Following Hight’s lead, Top Fuel racer Salinas won from the No. 1 qualifying position, beating a rejuvenated Justin Ashley in the 
final round with a run of 3.673 at 331.36 in his Valley Services/Scrappers Racing dragster. The win was his second of the season and the ninth in his career, also remaining in the championship hunt. He’ll head to the In-N-Out Burger NHRA Finals 76 points out of first, giving himself a fighting chance with a spectacular weekend in Las Vegas.

Salinas reached the final round with wins over Rob Passey, Tony Schumacher, and Josh Hart to reach the final round. 

“We came into this race, and I told my guys we need to win this race and the next one to even matter,” Salinas said. “We were badass today, we were the best car out here, but we think there’s more.

“We’ve been working on this car since Gainesville, and it has shown signs of greatness, but the consistency has been evading us, so we were trying to get more consistent. We have come across some stuff that we were working on. It seemed to work, and today is the best day we’ve had all year and the car’s showing amazing signs. If we can continue to do what we’re doing here, it’ll be a great weekend in Pomona.”

Ashley reached his eighth final round in 2023 and 19th overall by defeating Dan Mercier, Austin Prock, and Steve Torrence, who took over the points lead in Las Vegas. He leads Doug Kalitta by 15 points, with Pruett now 34 points back.





Enders, in winning Pro Stock, racked up a career day by winning her tenth race at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. She also established herself as the winningest professional female drag racer, breaking a tie with Angelle Sampey. 

Enders stopped Greg Anderson in the final round with a run of 6.557 at 208.23 in her Johnson’s Horsepowered Garage/Melling Performance Chevrolet Camaro. Enders continued her strong run in the Countdown to the Championship, winning for the fourth time this season and the 47th time in her Pro Stock career.

This marked the second straight win for Enders, as she stretched her lead to 114 points over Anderson heading into the last race of the season. She knocked off Mason McGaha, Troy Coughlin Jr. and Jeg Coughlin Jr. to reach the final round and after defeating Anderson, Enders is on the verge of her sixth world championship.

“Today was stress-level nine million,” Enders said. “It was do or die. We needed to perform perfectly, and my guys went out there and did just that. It was a challenging day. The final round against Greg, it was pretty epic. After we both won the semifinals, we shook hands and he said, ‘Old guys to the top.’ I really enjoy racing him, but I enjoy beating him more, respectfully.

“It was a tremendous day, [but] I don’t feel like [the championship] is ours. We have to go out there and continue to earn it. If you would have told me 12 races ago that we were going to contend for our sixth championship, I would have told you that you were nuts. We have a 114-point lead, but a lot can happen. A lot can change, and I just try to focus on what’s right in front of me. I don’t want to get the bigger picture in my mind too far ahead, but at the same time believe that we can do it and that we’re capable.”

Anderson reached his 176th career final round thanks to victories against Aaron Stanfield, No. 1 qualifier Kyle Koretsky, and Matt Hartford.

At some point, when the score is 72-0 with two minutes left in the football game, one can concede victory, and that's precisely where Herrera is in the Pro Stock Motorcycle championship battle. He moved closer to his first world championship by taking down teammate Eddie Krawiec in the final round with a track-record run of 6.755 at 198.32 on his Mission Foods/Vance & Hines Suzuki. 

Herrera has ten wins this season, tying Matt Hines for the most in a single season in Pro Stock Motorcycle history, and a 181-point lead heading into the finale. That means Herrera will clinch the world championship in Pomona with his first qualifying run, a fitting end to one of the most dominant seasons in NHRA history.

After qualifying No. 1 for the 13th time this year, Herrera reached the final round with victories against Marc Ingwersen and Jerry Savoie. That set up a final round matchup with his teammate for the fourth time this season and Herrera again denied his teammate of a 50th career win. He was untouchable in Las Vegas, shattering his track record in the finals with another epic run.

“This race was really emotional to me. I have a lot of family and friends here, and I had a stellar bike all day,” Herrera said. “All day today, it was a little bit of a challenge with the headwind, riding-wise, and you could definitely feel it. But I had a very good bike all day. It was awesome being in the final against Ed. That’s the third Vance & Hines final in a row, and it was a fun final.

“We went up there, and I had a feeling he wasn’t going to stage first so I just sat there. He revved the throttle at me and I did it back. Once he did it the second time, I said, ‘Oh, he’s definitely not going in first,’ so I just rolled it in. It knocked me off my game a little, but he shook the tire and I ended up going a 6.755. It felt like a very smooth, good pass, but I didn’t expect it to go faster than what I qualified with. We’re happy with that, and after this weekend, once I go to Pomona and break the beams, it’s a done deal – that’s very exciting.”

Krawiec advanced to the finals for the fourth time this season and the 95th time overall by defeating Steve Johnson and Jianna Evaristo.

The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series closes out the 2023 season with the 58th annual In-N-Out Burger NHRA Finals on Nov. 9-12 at In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip.




UPDATED - The fourth round qualifying runs from Funny Car drivers Bob Tasca III, J.R. Todd and Jeff Diehl on Saturday in Las Vegas were disqualified due to a failed post-run inspection. Robert Hight will now move up to the No. 1 qualifier position with his Friday run of 3.851-seconds, with Tasca bumping to second with his 3.853 from Friday.

Todd remains in the 10th spot and Diehl remains the No. 16 qualifier.

9:30 PM, PT


The NHRA’s Funny Car championship battle promises to be one of the best the series has ever seen. Saturday evening, after watching Robert Hight thunder to the top spot, Bob Tasca III returned on the final day of qualifying to nail down the No. 1 qualifier at the NHRA Nevada Nationals in Las Vegas. 

Mike Salinas (Top Fuel), Kyle Koretsky (Pro Stock), and Gaige Herrera (Pro Stock Motorcycle) closed the day as leaders of their respective categories in the 20th of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season and the fifth of six races in the Countdown to the Championship playoffs.

Tasca left little room for doubt as he blistered The Strip at Las Vegas Speedway's 1,000-foot course with a 3.842-second pass at 336.74 mph in his PPG Ford Mustang. The run was the fastest in the history of the track, and secured his eighth No. 1 qualifier of the year.

Second in points, Tasca seeks his fourth win of the season.  

“Hey listen, the guys were disappointed. I got back to the pit, and Aaron [Brooks, co-crew chief] goes, ‘Man, I thought it would go quicker.’ I said, ‘Aaron, be happy. We just went No. 1 qualifier!’ But that’s the mentality of Todd [Okuhara, co-crew chief] and Aaron. I’m so proud of them,” Tasca said.

“At the end of the day, it’s a lot of hard work, a lot of effort, and we’re just trying to go out there and do the best we can. That’s all we’re doing. Fortunately, the car is performing, but we have a long way to go. We have to win this race tomorrow. It’s a must-win race to go into Pomona with a chance. It’s cool to be in the conversation.”

Friday's leader, Hight, fell back to second while point leader Matt Hagan was third with a 3.871 at 322.58.

Salinas remained in the top spot after Saturday's qualifying despite having dropped to third in the final session. It was his fourth No. 1 qualifier this season and the 15th of his career. 

“We were trying to run a 3.67 but Rob [Flynn, crew chief] backed down it a little bit because he saw something that wasn’t right, so he did a great job,” Salinas said. “Don’t underestimate anybody in this class. Everybody is good and you have to be on your ‘A’ game. Our car has been there recently, but I’ve been distracted as a driver. This weekend, I fixed that. We have a lot on our plate, and we took care of it, just compartmentalizing everything and with the right people around us, we’ll be just fine.”

Steve Torrence and Doug Kalitta both dipped into the 3.60s during the previous pair, bumping Salinas to third momentarily. But as part of a thrilling side-by-side run with Austin Prock, Salinas jumped back into the lead heading into eliminations, where he’ll open raceday against Rob Passey.

Torrence ended up in second with his 3.683 at 331.69 and Prock qualified third thanks to a 3.696 at 328.66. Heading into eliminations, Leah Pruett leads Doug Kalitta by just one points and Steve Torrence by only six points.

Koretsky was always in the running for the top spot, but his Q4 attempt vaulted him past Erica Enders. He ran a 6.589 at 205.66 in his Lucas Oil Chevrolet Camaro to next to points leader Enders. It was his fourth career No. 1 spot. After a frustrating season – including three straight first-round losses in the Countdown to the Championship – late-season success would be a massive boost for Koretsky and his team. He’ll open eliminations against Jerry Tucker, looking for his first win of the season.

“We didn’t give up after making a good run Q1; they kept digging and trying to get better and better every round, and that just shows the dedication of KB Titan,” Koretsky said. “The last few races, we’ve been behind – but they keep pushing, keep pushing me, and keep trying to make me better. We just keep on going.

“They believe in me, and that gives you a lot of confidence as a driver. That’s real important. The last few races I’ve been down and out, but we didn’t give up. A win tomorrow would do a lot for me personally. I think we have a shot; I really do. I never enter the property thinking we don’t have a shot. I think I need this. I really do. I know everyone wants to win out here, but I think this weekend’s mine. Vegas has been somewhat good to me in the past, so I’m going to try to get the win.”

Enders, who is also the defending event winner and world champion, qualified second, going 6.592 at 208.07. Cristian Cuadra also made a big jump in the final session, taking third with a 6.604 at 206.80.

In Pro Stock Motorcycle, the Herrera train rolled through Vegas as he posted the quickest run in all four sessions on his Mission Foods/Vance & Hines Suzuki. He ran a 6.767 to close out qualifying, with Friday’s track-record run of 6.760 at 199.82 giving him the top qualifying spot for a class-record 12th time this season. He was the only rider to reach the 6.70s in qualifying and Herrera did it three times. Today's top performance stretched his lead to 161 points over teammate Eddie Krawiec entering raceday, meaning he’ll need to finish two rounds ahead of him to clinch the world championship on Sunday in Las Vegas.

“I’m thrilled with how we ran all weekend,” Herrera said. “I’m glad to get our 13th No. 1 qualifier so far this season out of 14 races. That right there is just a big accomplishment for Andrew [Hines, crew chief], all the guys back at the shop, and me just being consistent on the motorcycle. From Friday to today, my bike is basically a bracket bike. It’s consistent and fast, and that’s what we want. I’m excited for tomorrow. As long as we go A to B, I think we’ll continue gaining little points over my teammate and getting closer.

“We’re making changes in between each round chasing the weather trying to keep the bike running the same no matter the conditions. That’s helping us out a lot as far as our tuning window – and as far as me riding it. The bike always feels like the same bike no matter the conditions. I think it helps me and Andrew out a lot as far as him tuning, me riding, and it’s paying off.”

Herrera’s teammate, Krawiec, qualified second with a 6.830 at 198.85 and defending world champion Matt Smith is a spot behind after going 6.842 at 196.53.

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 23rd annual NHRA Nevada Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the 20th of 21 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. Mike Salinas, 3.680 seconds, 331.77 mph vs. 16. Rob Passey, 3.989, 304.05; 2. Steve Torrence, 3.683, 331.69 vs. 15. Clay Millican, 3.846, 251.06; 3. Austin Prock, 3.692, 328.86 vs. 14. Kelly Harper, 3.817, 318.54; 4. Doug Kalitta, 3.696, 334.90 vs. 13. T.J. Zizzo, 3.800, 326.00; 5. Leah Pruett, 3.704, 330.96 vs. 12. Josh Hart, 3.749, 324.20; 6. Justin Ashley, 3.708, 334.82 vs. 11. Dan Mercier, 3.747, 323.89; 7. Antron Brown, 3.708, 329.10 vs. 10. Brittany Force, 3.732, 335.48; 8. Shawn Langdon, 3.711, 327.51 vs. 9. Tony Schumacher, 3.723, 331.61. - Did Not Qualify: 17. Luigi Novelli, 4.427, 198.70. 

Funny Car -- 1. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.842, 336.74 vs. 16. Jeff Diehl, Toyota Camry, 4.089, 278.23; 2. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.851, 327.51 vs. 15. Steven Densham, Mustang, 4.044, 309.42; 3. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.871, 322.58 vs. 14. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.036, 296.44; 4. Ron Capps, Toyota GR Supra, 3.877, 328.30 vs. 13. Alex Laughlin, Charger, 3.998, 317.64; 5. John Force, Camaro, 3.887, 322.34 vs. 12. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 3.948, 323.50; 6. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.888, 324.75 vs. 11. Paul Lee, Charger, 3.915, 323.97; 7. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.893, 329.26 vs. 10. J.R. Todd, GR Supra, 3.909, 329.58; 8. Alexis DeJoria, GR Supra, 3.902, 300.26 vs. 9. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.907, 332.18. - Did Not Qualify: 17. Bobby Bode, 4.099, 288.58. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Kyle Koretsky, Chevy Camaro, 6.589, 205.66 vs. 16. Jerry Tucker, Camaro, 6.651, 207.02; 2. Erica Enders, Camaro, 6.592, 208.07 vs. 15. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.648, 205.69; 3. Cristian Cuadra, Ford Mustang, 6.604, 206.80 vs. 14. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.637, 205.88; 4. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Mustang, 6.605, 207.88 vs. 13. Fernando Cuadra, Mustang, 6.632, 204.57; 5. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.608, 206.26 vs. 12. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.632, 205.63; 6. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.610, 205.54 vs. 11. Jeg Coughlin, Camaro, 6.630, 206.54; 7. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.611, 206.42 vs. 10. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.617, 206.01; 8. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.612, 205.22 vs. 9. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.616, 206.70. 

Did Not Qualify: 17. Eric Latino, 6.654, 205.41; 18. Chris McGaha, 6.665, 205.19; 19. Kenny Delco, 6.667, 206.16; 20. Joey Grose, 6.695, 204.23; 21. Steve Graham, 6.704, 204.98; 22. Alan Prusiensky, 6.763, 202.12. 

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Gaige Herrera, Suzuki, 6.760, 199.82 vs. 16. Angie Smith, Buell, 12.232, 90.87; 2. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.830, 198.85 vs. 15. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 9.995, 73.40; 3. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.842, 196.53 vs. 14. Joey Gladstone, Buell, 7.184, 151.82; 4. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.888, 194.69 vs. 13. Blaine Hale, Suzuki, 7.150, 190.46; 5. Matt Smith, Suzuki, 6.895, 196.73 vs. 12. John Hall, EBR, 6.993, 192.33; 6. Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.923, 195.39 vs. 11. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 6.959, 193.57; 7. Chris Bostick, EBR, 6.933, 193.24 vs. 10. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.941, 189.66; 8. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 6.935, 192.11 vs. 9. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 6.938, 195.11. 


Robert Hight, who lost his Funny Car points lead to Matt Hagan, fired a salvo across the bow Friday night as he drove his Cornwell Tools-sponsored Funny Car during first day of qualifying at the NHRA Nevada Nationals in Las Vegas.

Joining Hight were Erica Enders (Pro Stock), Gaige Herrera (Pro Stock Motorcycle), and Mike Salinas (Top Fuel).

Hight stopped the clocks with a 3.851-second pass at 327.51 mph. If his performance holds up, Hight will clinch his sixth No. 1 qualifier this season and his 83rd overall. With only two races left in the Countdown to the Championship, Hight understands a strong showing is of the utmost importance this weekend. 

“After Dallas, we kind of knew what we were up against,” Hight said. “You dig yourself a big hole, and you have to get out of it. The only way to do that is race aggressively, try to get as many points as you can get, and it’s a must-win here and Pomona. But the way those other cars are running that we’re fighting against, you’re going to have to be a win and a semifinal to even have a chance, and we might even have to win both of them – and that still might not be enough. That’s how close this is and the caliber of cars.

“Vegas is kind of like Denver; you have to make big moves to run quicker and faster. It’s kind of an equalizer racing here. I’m proud of the guys – we did exactly what we had to do today, but I predict that if we don’t step up tomorrow, we won’t be here tomorrow night. It’s going to take more.”

Bob Tasca III, currently second in points, secured the second spot with a run of 3.853 at 335.73, while Hagan sits closely behind after a strong 3.871 at 322.58. 

In Pro Stock, Enders showcased her Johnson’s Horsepowered Garage/Melling Performance Chevrolet Camaro as the one to beat. Her 6.595-second pass at 207.66 mph during the opening session held through the second session, putting her in line to score her sixth No. 1 qualifier this season and her 35th overall. 

“[Even with] how well we’ve done here in the past and the success that we’ve had here in Las Vegas, we sucked so bad earlier this year that we couldn’t even win here in the spring,” Enders said. “It’s been an uphill battle, but with the way the Countdown is structured, we finally got ourselves out of the ditch that we were in – and just in the nick of time. We never doubted it; we just had to identify our problem and work through it. That’s something my guys are great at; when their backs are against the wall, they perform flawlessly and they never give up. They’re very tenacious, so I’m proud of them. Having the provisional No. 1 here is very meaningful. 

“We tested, and I’ve said this before: you win races before you leave the shop. You’re as prepared as possible, and we want to come out here and get every single point we can. Having said that, I know all the other competitors feel the same way, but good start, I’ll take it. The six points are very meaningful.”

Enders Q2 run would have provided an improvement but NHRA officials said the run was DQ'd citing only a technical infraction. 

Kyle Koretsky took the second spot in Pro Stock with a run of 6.603 at 206.07, closely followed by Matt Hartford in third place after recording a time of 6.608 at 206.26.

Once again, Herrera was in his own zip code as he rode the Mission Foods Suzuki to the top spot, lowering the track record with a 6.760 elapsed time at 199.82. He entered the weekend with a 156-point lead over teammate Eddie Krawiec and was the quickest runner in both sessions. It puts Herrera on track for his 13th No. 1 qualifier – a race after he set the class record for No. 1 qualifiers in a single season – and plenty of momentum heading into the rest of the weekend.

“For the whole Vance & Hines Mission Suzuki team, we were very happy with that,” said Herrera. “With the cooler conditions in Q2, we were expecting a 6.77, but that pass was so smooth and straight as an arrow that it felt slow. I knew it was on a good pass, but I didn’t expect it to go 6.76 and get the new track record. That’s a big deal to me and the whole team.

“I’m going into this race knowing in the back of my head that I can possibly lock it up this weekend, but it depends on how Ed does and the rest of the guys as well. Everything I’ve accomplished this year has really been starting to set in, going to the last two races here and Pomona, just sitting back and thinking about everything, it’s hard to believe what’s been accomplished and what we continue to accomplish.”

Krawiec is currently second at 6.830 at 198.85, and defending world champion Matt Smith is a spot behind after going 6.842 at 196.53.

Mike Salinas drove to the top of the Top Fuel field with a 3.699, 332.75 mph pass in his Valley Services/Scrappers Racing dragster. Salinas, vying for his fourth No. 1 position this season and his 15th overall, entered the weekend in sixth place in the standings, 131 points out of first.

Austin Prock secured the second spot in Top Fuel, courtesy of his run of 3.701 at 329.99, while points leader Leah Pruett closely trailed with a time of 3.707 at 331.53. With only one race remaining after this event, Pruett holds a slim four-point lead over Doug Kalitta, ensuring a thrilling battle for the Top Fuel championship.

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 23rd annual NHRA Nevada Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, 20th of 21 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Mike Salinas, 3.699 seconds, 332.75 mph; 2. Austin Prock, 3.701, 329.99; 3. Leah Pruett, 3.707, 331.53; 4. Antron Brown, 3.708, 329.10; 5. Doug Kalitta, 3.709, 336.49; 6. Justin Ashley, 3.714, 334.07; 7. Steve Torrence, 3.725, 331.94; 8. Shawn Langdon, 3.725, 326.56; 9. Tony Schumacher, 3.729, 330.63; 10. Brittany Force, 3.732, 335.48; 11. Dan Mercier, 3.776, 322.11; 12. Kelly Harper, 3.830, 320.66; 13. Clay Millican, 3.846, 251.06; 14. T.J. Zizzo, 3.910, 262.33; 15. Rob Passey, 3.989, 304.05; 16. Josh Hart, 4.522, 170.45. Not Qualified: 17. Luigi Novelli, 10.211, 71.62. 

Funny Car -- 1. Robert Hight, Chevy Camaro, 3.851, 327.51; 2. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.853, 335.73; 3. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.871, 322.58; 4. John Force, Camaro, 3.887, 322.34; 5. Alexis DeJoria, Toyota GR Supra, 3.902, 300.26; 6. Ron Capps, GR Supra, 3.907, 331.36; 7. J.R. Todd, GR Supra, 3.909, 329.58; 8. Paul Lee, Charger, 3.915, 323.97; 9. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.951, 323.89; 10. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.953, 321.73; 11. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.953, 316.82; 12. Terry Haddock, Mustang, 4.036, 296.44; 13. Alex Laughlin, Charger, 4.040, 302.96; 14. Steven Densham, Mustang, 4.133, 285.59; 15. Bobby Bode, Mustang, 4.255, 235.35; 16. Blake Alexander, Mustang, 5.916, 120.40. Not Qualified: 17. Jeff Diehl, 7.603, 82.46. 

Pro Stock -- 1. Erica Enders, Chevy Camaro, 6.595, 207.66; 2. Kyle Koretsky, Camaro, 6.603, 206.07; 3. Matt Hartford, Camaro, 6.608, 206.26; 4. Dallas Glenn, Camaro, 6.611, 204.70; 5. Bo Butner, Camaro, 6.619, 206.73; 6. Greg Anderson, Camaro, 6.620, 205.44; 7. Fernando Cuadra Jr., Ford Mustang, 6.621, 207.37; 8. Troy Coughlin Jr., Camaro, 6.623, 207.37; 9. Aaron Stanfield, Camaro, 6.636, 206.73; 10. Deric Kramer, Camaro, 6.637, 205.88; 11. Cristian Cuadra, Mustang, 6.645, 206.76; 12. Camrie Caruso, Camaro, 6.646, 205.66; 13. Jeg Coughlin, Camaro, 6.647, 206.13; 14. Mason McGaha, Camaro, 6.648, 205.69; 15. Jerry Tucker, Camaro, 6.651, 207.02; 16. Fernando Cuadra, Mustang, 6.657, 204.76. Not Qualified: 17. Chris McGaha, 6.665, 205.19; 18. Eric Latino, 6.671, 205.41; 19. Kenny Delco, 6.686, 206.16; 20. Steve Graham, 6.704, 204.98; 21. Joey Grose, 6.715, 203.43; 22. Alan Prusiensky, 6.763, 201.76. 

Pro Stock Motorcycle -- 1. Gaige Herrera, Suzuki, 6.760, 199.82; 2. Eddie Krawiec, Suzuki, 6.830, 198.85; 3. Hector Arana Jr, Buell, 6.842, 196.53; 4. Jerry Savoie, Suzuki, 6.888, 194.69; 5. Matt Smith, Suzuki, 6.895, 196.73; 6. Jianna Evaristo, Suzuki, 6.923, 195.39; 7. Ryan Oehler, EBR, 6.938, 195.11; 8. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 6.982, 189.79; 9. Chris Bostick, EBR, 7.048, 188.96; 10. Kelly Clontz, Suzuki, 7.084, 193.35; 11. Blaine Hale, Suzuki, 7.165, 188.81; 12. Joey Gladstone, Buell, 7.184, 151.82; 13. Marc Ingwersen, EBR, 9.110, 96.05; 14. Karen Stoffer, Suzuki, 9.995, 73.40; 15. John Hall, EBR, 10.123, 77.22. 


1 7211 Mike Salinas, San Jose CA, MLR-TFX              3.699  332.75  332.75
  2    3 Austin Prock, Pittsboro IN, JFR Fam-JFR         3.701  329.99  329.99
  3  777 Leah Pruett, Lake Havasu City AZ, DSR-DSM       3.707  331.53  331.53
  4    2 Antron Brown, Pittsboro IN, DSR-DSM             3.708  329.10  329.10
  5   10 Doug Kalitta, Saline MI, Kalitta-AJPE           3.709  336.49  336.49
  6    4 Justin Ashley, Farmingdale NY, DSR-AJPE         3.714  334.07  334.07
  7    6 Steve Torrence, Kilgore TX, MLR-TFX             3.725  331.94  331.94
  8    9 Shawn Langdon, Danville IN, Kalitta-AJPE        3.725  326.56  326.56
  9  356 Tony Schumacher, Lakeway TX, DSM-DSM            3.729  330.63  330.63
 10    1 Brittany Force, Yorba Linda CA, JFR Fam-JFR     3.732  335.48  335.48



1    2 Robert Hight, Yorba Linda CA, '23 Camaro        3.851  327.51  328.46
  2    4 Bob Tasca III, Cranston RI, '23 Mustang         3.853  335.73  335.73
  3   14 Matt Hagan, Christiansburg VA, '23 Charger      3.871  322.58  324.44
  4    5 John Force, Yorba Linda CA, '22 Camaro          3.887  322.34  323.81
  5    7 Alexis DeJoria, Austin TX, '22 GR Supra         3.902  300.26  328.62
  6    1 Ron Capps, Carlsbad CA, '22 GR Supra            3.907  331.36  331.36
  7  373 J.R. Todd, Jupiter FL, '22 GR Supra             3.909  329.58  329.58
  8  116 Paul Lee, Anaheim CA, '20 Charger               3.915  323.97  323.97
  9    6 Cruz Pedregon, Brownsburg IN, '22 Charger       3.951  323.89  323.89
 10  473 Chad Green, Midland TX, '19 Mustang             3.953  321.73  321.73



1   79 Gaige Herrera, DeMotte IN, Suzuki Hayabusa      6.760@ 199.82  199.82
  2    7 Eddie Krawiec, Brownsburg IN, Suzuki Hayabusa   6.830  198.85  198.85
  3  300 Hector Arana Jr, East Northport NY, Buell       6.842  196.53  196.53
  4    4 Jerry Savoie, Cut Off LA, Suzuki                6.888  194.69  194.69
  5    1 Matt Smith, King NC, Suzuki Hayabusa            6.895  196.73  196.73
  6   15 Jianna Evaristo, San Jose CA, Suzuki            6.923  195.39  195.39
  7   10 Ryan Oehler, Bloomington IL, EBR                6.938  195.11  195.11
  8    5 Steve Johnson, Birmingham AL, Suzuki TL1000     6.982  189.79  189.82
  9   17 Chris Bostick, Mount Juliet TN, EBR             7.048  188.96  188.96
 10 1981 Kelly Clontz, Hughesville MD, Suzuki TL         7.084  193.35  193.35



 1 6280 Justin Bond, Misson BC, '68 Camaro              5.769  246.75  246.75
  2   44 Mike Castellana, Muttontown NY, '22 Camaro      5.777  248.39  248.39
  3 8333 Dmitry Samorukov, Moscow RU, '69 Camaro         5.810  243.50  243.50
  4    5 JR Gray, Ridgeville SC, '21 Camaro              5.816  246.75  246.75
  5 6042 Jordan Lazic, Rutland BC, '69 Camaro            5.830  239.95  239.95
  6 1955 Ken Quartuccio, Wallingford CT, '18 Camaro      5.838  244.56  244.56
  7  288 Sidnei Frigo, San Paulo BZ, '69 Camaro          5.982  239.44  239.44
  8  275 Adriano Kayayan, Deerfield Beach FL, '68 Camaro 5.991  238.55  238.55
  9 4334 Mason Wright, Odessa TX, '20 Camaro             6.402  233.92  233.92
 10  225 Kevin Rivenbark, Wallace NC, '19 Mustang        6.451  169.74  169.74



  1  616 James Day, Aliso Viejo CA, '68 Firebird         4.759  239.44  239.44
  2  776 Bobby Cottrell, Hemet CA, '69 Camaro            4.798  235.68  235.68
  3 7000 Billy Morris, La Quinta CA, '69 Camaro          4.818  232.99  232.99
  4 7787 Geoff Monise, Buena Park CA, '70 Firebird       4.837  233.84  233.84



1    4   TA/D Shawn Cowie, Langley BC, Hadman-HEMI     5.223  276.46  276.46
  2  628   TA/D Kim Parker, Graham WA, Bounty Hunter-CH  5.271  270.48  270.48
  3 4494   TA/D Hunter Green, Midland TX, Copeland-BAEE  5.282  269.29  269.29
  4    8   TA/D Madison Payne, Claremont CA, Copeland-H  5.293  275.00  275.00
  5  450   TA/D Kirk Wolf, Odessa TX, Copeland-CHRY      5.303  270.27  270.27
  6    5   TA/D Jackie Fricke, Flemington NJ, Copeland-  5.309  268.17  268.17
  7  314   TA/D Tony Stewart, Columbus IN, Indy Speed-H  5.321  273.55  273.55
  8    7   TA/D Mike Coughlin, Dublin OH, Hadman-HEMI    5.350  266.90  266.90
  9    9   TA/D Taylor Vetter, Las Vegas NV, Copeland-H  5.354  272.67  272.67
 10    6   TA/D Julie Nataas, Brownsburg IN, Copeland-B  5.407  254.95  254.95



 1    6 Bob McCosh, Columbia MO, '23 Camaro             5.476  264.44  264.44
  2    3 Sean Bellemeur, Placentia CA, '21 Camaro        5.492  264.49  264.49
  3    1 Doug Gordon, Paso Robles CA, '22 Camaro         5.507  265.43  265.43
  4    2 Shane Westerfield, Fullerton CA, '18 Camaro     5.536  263.87  263.87
  5   64 Chris Marshall, McMinnville OR, '20 Camaro      5.544  254.81  254.81
  6 5087 Jim Whiteley, Gand Junction CO, '22 Camaro      5.549  257.38  257.38
  7    7 Brian Hough, Junction OR, '20 Camaro            5.552  261.72  261.72
  8  584 Annie Whiteley, Grand Junction CO, '22 Camaro   5.571  262.28  262.28
  9 7071 Hunter Jones, Tucson AZ, '16 Camaro             5.642  259.21  259.21
 10  711 Will Martin, Nuevo CA, '22 Camaro               5.702  261.32  261.32



  1   93 Allen Johnson, Greenville TN, '23 Clallenger    7.190  194.38  194.38
  2  439 Stephen Bell, Shevreport LA, '23 Mustang       11.855   73.84   73.84
  3  441 Greg Stanfield, Bossier City LA, '23 Camaro    14.921   87.68   87.68
  4  750 Jim Cowan, Suprise AZ, '23 Camaro              19.034   41.43   41.43







1  590   A/ED Clint Neff, Arvada CO, Clack-Ford          6.648  7.33  -0.682
  2  800    B/A Jason Grima, Moscow Hills MO, '07 Mustang  7.065  7.72  -0.655
  3   33  AA/AM Allen Wilson, Kokomo IN, '08 GTO           6.422  7.06  -0.638
  4  205   B/AP Ed Federkeil, Cooper City FL, '12 Avenger  7.275  7.90  -0.625
  5  220   B/AA Jeff Taylor, Sellersburg IN, '08 Cobalt    7.035  7.66  -0.625
  6  290   BB/A Richard Hord, Orlando FL, '20 Camaro       7.309  7.93  -0.621
  7   51    A/A Scott Linder, Hedrick IA, '04 Grand AM     6.609  7.23  -0.621
  8    5  E/SMA Cody Lane, Seattle WA, '05 Cavalier        8.475  9.09  -0.615
  9 5008   F/SM Travis Gusso, Souix Falls SD, '10 Cobalt   8.825  9.44  -0.615
 10 7235   C/ED Scott McClay, Tehachapi CA, BOS-Dodge      7.333  7.94  -0.607



  1 4343  GT/GA Craig Gualtiere, Amarillo TX, '02 Cavalier 9.557 10.57  -1.013
  2 5415  FGT/J John Dourlet, Telluride CO, '70 Duster     9.779 10.78  -1.001
  3 7680  FSS/G Tom Ferruggia, Menifee CA, '13 Camaro      9.438 10.42  -0.982
  4    4  SS/GA Wyatt Wagner, Bonner Springs KS, '68 Cama  9.811 10.73  -0.919
  5   10  FSS/B Larry McLanahan, Kennewick WA, '19 Mustang 8.433  9.35  -0.917
  6  361  FSS/K Bo Butner, Clarksville IN, '10 Mustang     9.832 10.73  -0.898
  7  391  GT/GA Irvin Johns, Memphis IN, '05 Cavalier      9.686 10.57  -0.884
  8  605  SS/MA Larry Peterson, Eugene OR, '83 Camaro     11.178 12.05  -0.872
  9   36  GT/CA Todd Frantz, Louisville KY, '08 G5         9.205 10.07  -0.865
 10 5942  FSS/D Ryan Montford, Wichita KS, '19 Camaro      9.210 10.07  -0.860



 1 5737  FS/AA Chris Vang, Sterling CO, '17 Camaro        8.504  9.56  -1.056
  2 7593   C/SA Richie Pauley, Saugus CA, '68 Mustang     10.611 11.59  -0.979
  3    4  AA/SA Ryan McClanahan, San Bernadino CA, '69 Ca  9.941 10.88  -0.939
  4 5526   A/SA Dwayne Scheitlin, Brighton CO, '70 Challe 10.263 11.19  -0.927
  5 2426   C/SA Mitch Kight, Rougemont NC, '10 Challenger 10.666 11.59  -0.924
  6  652    F/S Bob Gullett, Calgary AB, '68 Chevy II     11.090 12.00  -0.910
  7 6294   FS/D Dennis Radford, Meridian ID, '10 Challeng  9.870 10.78  -0.910
  8 7980  AA/SA Steve Wann, Modesto CA, '63 Savoy          9.971 10.88  -0.909
  9 6001   G/SA Norm LaPointe, Sherwood Park AB, '67 Cama 11.296 12.20  -0.904
 10 7155   FS/C Leo Glasbrenner, Murrieta CA, '14 Camaro   9.576 10.47  -0.894



1  409 Kamron Wright, Odessa TX, '19 Camaro            6.122  231.48  231.48
  2  406 Glenn Wright, Odessa TX, '22 Camaro             6.349  225.18  225.18
  3 702G Mike Proctor, Chandler AZ, '63 Corvette         6.365  219.90  219.90
  4   10 Allen Firestone, Velma OK, '16 Camaro           6.488  212.26  212.26
  5   32 Rich Smith, Wentzville MO, '68 Camaro           6.521  212.79  213.10
  6 4147 Greg Lair, Canyon TX, '15 Camaro                6.642  210.73  210.73
  7 4720 Mike Morehead, Bryant AR, '13 Camaro            6.674  207.21  207.21
  8  263 Doug Crumlich, Douglasville GA, '63 Corvette    6.694  207.50  207.82
  9  780 David Cook, Novato CA, '67 Mustang              6.718  205.72  205.72
 10 5396 Bradley Johnson, Morrison CO, '08 Cobalt        6.742  203.58  203.58