Leah Pruett wrapped up her impressive weekend with her first Top Fuel victory of the season for Tony Stewart Racing, knocking off points leader Justin Ashley in the final round on Sunday at the 17th annual Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park.

Blake Alexander (Funny Car) Matt Hartford (Pro Stock) and Hector Arana Jr. (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won at the ninth of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.

Pruett, who was also the No. 1 qualifier, powered to a run of 3.761-seconds at 326.79 mph in her 11,000-horsepower Dodge Direct Connection dragster in the finals, driving past Ashley to earn her 11th career win and first at Summit Motorsports Park. Pruett also jumped to third in points with the victory, snapping Ashley’s streak of 11 straight round wins. To get there, Pruett had to get past Kyle Wurtzel, defending event winner Mike Salinas and Austin Prock. She also jumped to third in points with the fantastic showing, giving her plenty of momentum heading out to the NHRA Western Swing.

“You always love coming into raceday from the No. 1 position, but we were coming off of a final qualifying day that wasn't going super well for us. But we dug deep and put together what we thought was going to be a good program,” Pruett said. “The day started off stressful, we had some system malfunctions in the first round, but thankfully we got past that.

“Going into the final round, all of the systems we thought we had fixed, well different ones came up. Things we'd never seen before, and we only had 30 minutes. So it was, roll the dice, blow on them, and shoot. Neal Strasbaugh said, this round, you're going to have a racecar that's going to win.”

Ashley advanced to his fifth final round – and third in a row – by defeating Clay Millican, Steve Torrence and defending world champion Brittany Force. It’s also the 16th career final for the points leader.

Things came together at the perfect time for Alexander in Funny Car, as he defeated points leader Matt Hagan in the final round, going 3.935 at 321.96 in his 11,000-horsepower Pronto Ford Mustang. Not only was it Alexander’s first win since 2018, but he also earned his first career Funny Car victory. He picked up two victories in Top Fuel five years ago, including a 2018 triumph at Summit Motorsports Park, but had yet to find the winner’s circle in Funny Car.

That all changed on Sunday after he defeated Tim Wilkerson, Alexis DeJoria and No. 1 qualifier Bob Tasca III to reach the final round. He went 3.924 to defeat Tasca and then drove past Hagan with a stellar showing a round later, picking up his third career victory. He also becomes just the 18th driver in NHRA history to win in both Top Fuel and Funny Car.

“I woke up today and I saw my wife and my son, and I knew I was in the right place and I was supposed to be here – I just didn't know what was going to happen today,” Alexander said. “But everything went well, and I'm very blessed to work with the people I work with and have the sponsors I have. I put in a lot of work to get here, but you have to drive the car well and do everything else well once you show up. I could feel it today.

“I haven't won one of these in five years. I try hard because the people I compete against have made it so that you have to be better. If you don't want to get better, you're going to get beat out here. I tried to get better and I needed to get better once I started racing Funny Car.”

Hagan knocked off Dale Creasy Jr., Robert Hight and J.R. Todd to reach the final round for the fourth time in 2023 and the 83rd time overall. Hagan jumped back in the points lead and he currently leads Ron Capps by four points.

In Pro Stock, Hartford broke through for his first victory of the season, beating points leader Dallas Glenn in the championship round with a pass of 6.624 at 207.02 in his Rottler/GETTRX/Total Seal Chevrolet Camaro. Hartford officially bounced back from consecutive first-round losses, rolling to a spectacular weekend in Norwalk. He qualified No. 1 and then performed at a high level on raceday, knocking off Fernando Cuadra, Deric Kramer and Aaron Stanfield to reach the final round.

After coming close all year, Hartford finished the job on Sunday, moving back to second in points in what has been the best year in the veteran’s career. He also picked up a win for the sixth straight year.

“It goes back to all those people back at the trailer and all the people who support us, from the engine program to the chassis builder,” Hartford said. “We just have such a great group. They've always said that if you surround yourself with people who work harder than you, who are smarter than you, more motivated than you, and you can be successful. That's what I've tried to do, and I think it starts showing when you let everybody focus on their job and at the end of the day, let the box score be what it may.

“We've had a great car all year long, and the races we haven't won, it's been driver error. In the final at Pomona, I had Dallas covered, I just couldn't learn how to drive. We gave up that race, and it's been a thorn in my side, so I was really glad to get this one today.”

Glenn stayed in the points lead, advancing to his fifth final round this year and the 13th in his young career. He knocked off Bo Butner, defending event winner and reigning world champ Erica Enders and Troy Coughlin Jr. to advance to the finals.

Arana Jr. put together a consistent Sunday in Norwalk and ended it with his first Pro Stock Motorcycle victory of the season, going 6.821 at 199.82 in the final round on his GETTRX Suzuki to get past Steve Johnson. It’s Arana Jr.’s first victory at Summit Motorsports Park and the 18th in his career. After qualifying third with a 6.814, Arana Jr. stayed in that range throughout eliminations, beating Wesley Wells, Angie Smith and defending world champ Matt Smith with runs of 6.826, 6.801 and 6.820.

That consistency followed through in the final round with an impressive performance against Johnson, helping send Arana Jr. to second in points.

“We made one little mistake in the Mission #2Fast2Tasty Challenge, and we were able to learn from our mistake and come out today with a really fast, consistent bike,” Arana Jr. said. “That gives you all the confidence in the world as a rider, knowing you have a good bike beneath you and that when you let the clutch out, it's going to do what it's supposed to do and go right down the track.

“We definitely have momentum. We've had a fast bike, and we've been qualifying really well and running well. We had a good bike in Bristol, we just had a couple little gremlins we needed to get through, but I'd rather have those earlier in the season than later.”

Johnson earned his second straight final round appearance and 32nd of his career with victories Chase Van Sant, Eddie Krawiec and Jianna Evaristo. Gaige Herrera maintained the points lead in the class.

The NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series returns to action July 14-16 with the Dodge Power Brokers NHRA Mile-High Nationals at Bandimere Speedway in Denver. It kicks off the famed NHRA Western Swing and also marks the final race at Bandimere Speedway.



Bob Tasca III drove to his third No. 1 spot this season with a spectacular run on Saturday, going 3.884 at 329.26 in his 11,000-horsepower Motorcraft Ford Mustang.

Leah Pruett (Top Fuel), Matt Hartford (Pro Stock) and Gaige Herrera (Pro Stock Motorcycle) all qualified No. 1 at the ninth of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season.
It’s the 12th career top qualifier for Tasca, who will open raceday against Bobby Bode. Matt Hagan qualified third with a run of 3.892 at 327.82.
“I think you’ve seen this car perform at a really high level this year,” Tasca said. “We have multiple No. 1 qualifiers when the tracks are really good. We’ve struggled a little bit with consistency, and what I like this weekend even more than the No. 1 qualifier is that we ran 3.90, 3.88, and 3.90. The car was absolutely dialed in. That was the last little missing link for this team to go on a real run. You’re starting to see the consistency of the car. 
“This is a special track, and I love racing here. These facilities – they’re a different level. You come here and see that it’s an awesome place to race. Hopefully we can win another one here.”
Pruett’s run of 3.684 at 333.08 from Friday in her 11,000-horsepower Dodge Direct Connection dragster held up, handing the standout her second straight No. 1 qualifier and the 15th in her career. Now, she’ll try to pick up her first win of the season, opening eliminations against Kyle Wurtzel. Torrence qualified second with a 3.688 at 332.10 and defending world champ Brittany Force moved up to third with a 3.694 at 332.10. Joining Leah as the No. 1 qualifier was her husband, Tony Stewart, who took the top spot in Top Alcohol Dragster.
“I think with all the different variables that we’ve been given with weather and conditions, everyone has made the most that they’ve had,” Pruett said. “It feels absolutely great. Being No. 1 is what Tony Stewart Racing is all about and I’m glad that our Top Fuel team has been able to up our cadence and our performance to keep up with what Tony and Matt Hagan’s team has been able to do. 
“The beauty is that we do have really great runs, and that’s putting us in the position to gain these qualifying points and qualifying positions for a better spot to start on raceday. We would have loved to have made runs today that were spectacular, but we know we have a racecar that can the mileage on Sunday.”
Hartford claimed his third No. 1 qualifier this season with a 6.595 at 208.36 in his Rottler/Total Seal Camaro. It was a welcome sign after Hartford struggled mightily in Bristol two weeks ago. He resolved those issues quickly in Norwalk and will open raceday against Fernando Cuadra Sr., looking for his first win of the season. Erica Enders’ 6.595 at 208.36 puts her second heading into raceday, while Troy Coughlin is third with a 6.595 at 207.56.
“We’re counting every point we can. We’re looking at bonus points, qualifying No. 1 you get extra points,” Hartford said. “It’s going to mean something when you get to the Countdown as to where you end up. Name me one person in Pro Stock right now that you think can’t win the championship right now. I can’t. We need to go into that with as many points as we can. Those points right now are huge. We have a chance to win the championship, and it’s the best chance we’ve ever had.”
Herrera bounced back from his red light in the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge, rolling to his fifth straight No. 1 qualifier with a pass of 6.785 at 198.76 on his Mission Foods/Vance & Hines Suzuki. The points leader just missed on a new track record, but takes plenty of momentum into Sunday, where he’ll attempt to get his fourth win this year. Matt Smith qualified second with a 6.806 at 199.17, with Arana Jr.’s 6.814 at 199.14 putting him third.
“After going red in Bristol and then going red today in the Mission #2Fast2Tasty Challenge definitely took the wind out of my sails a little bit,” Herrera said. “To bounce back and get a No. 1 qualifier – we’re still holding that streak so I’m happy for that, overall, for the whole team. 
“I started off with an incredible season, you can’t ask for anything better. I knew there would be bumps in the road. In Bristol, I was telling everyone I wasn’t feeling it, something was going to happen, and it did. I think you just come back from it and grow from it.”
Eliminations for the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals begin at 10 a.m. ET on Sunday at Summit Motorsports Park.





The latest Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge of the season saw back-to-back Funny Car world champion Ron Capps win the specialty race for the second time this season. Justin Ashley, Deric Kramer, and Angie Smith also claimed victory making for a thrilling day of action at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals.

Capps raced past Robert Hight in the Funny Car final round of the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge and powered to a run of 3.887-seconds at 327.74 mph in his NAPA Auto Parts Toyota GR Supra to claim the victory. 

"Winning a championship by two (points) last year tells you how important these points are," Capps said. "It's not cliché. Your life is upside or awesome depending on one or two points in the landscape of Funny Car in NHRA, so we'll take this."

Ashley had another standout moment in his incredible 2023 Top Fuel season, collecting his fourth win in the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge on Saturday. He beat Doug Kalitta in the final round with a 4.063 at 228.61 in his Phillips Connect/Toyota dragster. Ashley now has the chance to sweep the weekend for the third time this year, having gone 3.743 to beat Austin Prock in the opening round.

“This is very exciting, and I think for myself and all the other drivers, it really does a great job of setting us up for Sunday and for raceday so we can get in the right mindset,” Ashley said. “It's so important to be able to collect those championship points now, early on in the year. It's a blast to race. I'm really happy to collect those points and get another win. 
“These are the moments you dream about. I remember being at many, many tracks as a kid. I have so much gratitude just to be here but then to be able to turn on as many win lights as we can, really is a dream come true for myself and a lot of the guys on the team. Mike Green, Tommy DeLago, they do a really good job of bringing the championship experience, and it resonates through the team.”

Pro Stock's Deric Kramer won the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge for the first time in his Get Biofuel Camaro, defeating Greg Anderson in the final round with a 6.622 at 207.02. Currently second in points, Kramer is on a stretch of four straight final round appearances and picked up three bonus points in the Countdown to the Championship with the win. 

"Every round win is hard to get in this class." Kramer said. "You are crossing that finish line and hoping and praying that that light comes on in your lane, and it's extremely satisfying when it happens."

In Pro Stock Motorcycle, Angie Smith had her biggest moment of the season by defeating Hector Arana Jr. in the final round of the Mission #2Fast2Tasty NHRA Challenge with a pass of 6.967 at 196.96 on her Denso Auto Parts Buell. 

"When you can put your name on that trophy, it means a lot," Smith said. "It does give us more confidence. Anytime you can turn on win lights, it makes you more confident."

Final eliminations for the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, have been moved up to 10 a.m. ET on Sunday at Summit Motorsports Park because of potential bad weather expected in the area.





Leah Pruett powered to the provisional No. 1 spot in Top Fuel on Friday, as the Tony Stewart Racing standout looks to pick up her second straight No. 1 qualifier of the 2023 season at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park.

Ron Capps (Funny Car) also was a provisional No. 1 qualifier at the ninth of 21 races during the 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series season. Due to weather, only Top Fuel and Funny Car made qualifying runs on Friday. Pro Stock and Pro Stock Motorcycle are scheduled for two passes on Saturday.

After a series of lengthy weather delays on Friday, Pruett drove her 11,000-horsepower Dodge Direct Connection dragster to a pass of 3.684-seconds at 333.08, putting her in contention for her 15th career No. 1 qualifier. She picked up her first No. 1 spot two weeks ago in Bristol and followed it up with a standout performance to kick off the race weekend in Norwalk. It continues a strong trend of qualifying performances for Pruett, who hopes to finish it off with her first win of the 2023 season this weekend.

"That was definitely the most exciting part of our whole day, and I would say, our last two weeks” Pruett said. “(Crew chief) Neal Strasbaugh is pretty good about giving a target of what we're going to run, especially when we're later in the pack like that, but this time we really didn't know. The track was so good, and NHRA Safety Safari and Summit Motorsports Park did an incredible job throughout the whole day making sure that the track didn't go away. I was ready to go fast, and like I said last time we were No. 1, it's one of my favorite things to do.

"There's no feeling like when you get that text that says Funny Car at 9 p.m. At that moment, everyone that's been wiping down the car and checking their notes for hours, at that moment you kick into high gear and turn it on. The fans got a good show tonight."

Steve Torrence made the other run in the 3.60s on Friday, going to the second spot with his pass of 3.688 at 332.10. Doug Kalitta is right behind, going 3.700 at 330.23, one of three drivers to make a 3.70 run during the lone session.

Capps continued his strong month, as the back-to-back Funny Car world champion followed up his Bristol win with a stellar run under the lights, going 3.898 at 331.28 in his 11,000-horsepower NAPA Auto Parts Toyota GR Supra. If it holds, it would give the Funny Car points leader his second No. 1 spot this season and 38th in his career. Capps and his standout team waited through the lengthy weather delays and then put on an impressive show at night to close out Funny Car qualifying.

"Back in the staging lanes, I was getting in the car and watching the scoreboards light up and get better and better,” Capps said. “Funny Car is so talented right now, it's incredible. I saw Guido [crew chief Dean Antonelli] come back in the box a couple times, and working on these cars when I was younger, I kind of know what he's thinking. It's kind of a cool thing, sometimes, and I knew he was going to get after it as soon as we saw a couple more 3.90 flats go up on the board.

"There's something to be said about turning this corner and seeing how many fans stuck around after the rain. So part of you is like, I'm not lifting. I'm going to go low E.T. for Guido and the guys. That was huge." 

Alexis DeJoria continued her solid season, making the second-best run of the session with a 3.901 at 331.20. Hagan, who ran side-by-side with Capps, is a spot behind with a 3.905 at 328.70 with a handful of drivers right behind.

Qualifying continues at 1 p.m. ET on Saturday at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park.


Friday's results after the first one of three rounds of qualifying for the 16th annual Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park, ninth of 21 events in the NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series. Qualifying will continue Saturday for Sunday's final eliminations.

Top Fuel -- 1. Leah Pruett, 3.684 seconds, 333.08 mph; 2. Steve Torrence, 3.688, 332.10; 3. Doug Kalitta, 3.700, 330.23; 4. Josh Hart, 3.707, 328.14; 5. Justin Ashley, 3.708, 332.59; 6. Brittany Force, 3.709, 329.75; 7. Clay Millican, 3.737, 329.91; 8. Tony Schumacher, 3.759, 321.50; 9. Spencer Massey, 3.764, 322.96; 10. Mike Bucher, 5.017, 146.88; 11. Austin Prock, 5.932, 146.83; 12. Mike Salinas, 7.295, 76.17; 13. Dan Mercier, 8.145, 87.21; 14. Antron Brown, 8.295, 73.89; 15. Shawn Langdon, 8.606, 81.20; 16. T.J. Zizzo, 9.582, 78.54. Not Qualified: 17. Kyle Wurtzel, 11.543, 37.76; 18. Doug Foley, 11.634, 86.70. 

Funny Car -- 1. Ron Capps, Toyota Supra, 3.898, 331.28; 2. Alexis DeJoria, Supra, 3.901, 331.20; 3. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger, 3.905, 328.70; 4. Bob Tasca III, Ford Mustang, 3.909, 327.27; 5. Chad Green, Mustang, 3.922, 327.74; 6. Cruz Pedregon, Charger, 3.932, 320.74; 7. Tim Wilkerson, Mustang, 3.941, 321.96; 8. J.R. Todd, Supra, 3.954, 329.34; 9. John Force, Chevy Camaro, 3.958, 323.19; 10. Alex Laughlin, Charger, 4.225, 276.01; 11. Dale Creasy Jr., Charger, 7.809, 91.91; 12. Robert Hight, Camaro, 7.860, 85.44; 13. Mike McIntire, Toyota Camry, 8.071, 69.76; 14. Dave Richards, Mustang, 8.542, 85.35; 15. Bobby Bode, Mustang, broke; 16. Paul Lee, Charger, broke. 


Persistent Friday morning run cut short some Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series category qualifying, establishing fields shy of the scheduled completion.

Competition Eliminator veteran Pat Ross was the beneficiary after his -.681 under performance against the E/Altered standard stood as the top run at 7.639 seconds. He was able to edge out Travis Gusto, whose H/Altered Cobalt ran an 8.598 elapsed time, -.655 under. Robert Bailey's A/Econo Dragster was third with a -.640, 6.570. There are 20 cars in attendance this weekend.

Kentucky's Austin Alvey was the top runner in Super Stock, running a full second under the GT/GA index. He drove his '05 Sunfire to a 9.355 elapsed time, -1.045 under the index. Tim Snively's SS/FA Camaro was second with a .976, 9.474, while Fred Allen's S-10 truck was third with an 8.926, -.974 performance.



The Factory Stock classification set the pace for Stock Eliminator as three racers were at the top of the leaderboard. Clifton Hynson's 2019 Camaro, running in the C classification, was the king of the hill running a 9.220 under the 10.30 index. Scott Klingler, also running a late model Camaro but in the F division, was 1.066 under with a 10.134. Former Pro Stock team owner Victor Cagnazzi, running in the D classification, was -.974 under with a 9.626.

In the fast bracket divisions, Al Peavler (6.102) leads the dragsters, and Lester Johnson (6.233, doorslammers) are at the top of their fields.




 1 3002    E/A Pat Ross, Avon Lake OH, '05 Grand Am       7.639  8.32  -0.681
  2 5008    H/A Travis Gusso, Souix Falls SD, '10 Cobalt   8.595  9.25  -0.655
  3 3076   A/ED Robert Bailey, Wabash IN, Dragster-Olds    6.570  7.21  -0.640
  4  353  CC/AT Bruno Massel, Elmhurst IL, '10 Solara      7.001  7.64  -0.639
  5 3796   B/AP James Smith, Camargo IL, '09 GXP           7.235  7.87  -0.635
  6   14   A/EA Santo Volpe, Clermont FL, '32 Bantum       7.287  7.90  -0.613
  7   33   C/ED Allen Wilson, Kokomo IN, Spitzer-Chevy     7.268  7.88  -0.612
  8   31    B/D Scott Chamness, Kankakee IL, Spitzer-Chevy 6.648  7.26  -0.612
  9 3363   J/DA Ronnie Bohn, Benton Harbor MI, Spitzer     7.673  8.28  -0.607
 10 3038    I/D Andrew Holt, Columbus OH, Holt-Honda       6.617  7.21  -0.593



1   24  GT/GA Austin Alvey, Taylorsville KY, '05 Sunfire 9.355 10.40  -1.045
  2  444  SS/FA Tim Snively, Fayetteville AR, '15 Camaro   9.474 10.45  -0.976
  3  368  SS/TB Fred Allen, Culver IN, '03 S-10            8.926  9.90  -0.974
  4   27  GT/HA Marion Stephenson, Williamsport IN, '06 C  9.529 10.50  -0.971
  5 367Y  FSS/B Camaro Costello, Evansville IN, '20 Camaro 8.258  9.20  -0.942
  6 3440  SS/AA Sean Dornan, Bucyrus OH, '64 Savoy         8.805  9.70  -0.895
  7  441  FGT/C Mitch Truman, Leesburg IN, '05 Sunfire     8.920  9.80  -0.880
  8 3992  GT/GA Bobby Rashid, Grosse Pte Woods MI, '05 Ca  9.522 10.40  -0.878
  9 3043  SS/CA Allen Wade, Rochester IN, '69 Camaro       9.190 10.05  -0.860
 10   31  GT/JA Larry Hodge, La Place IL, '06 Cobalt       9.947 10.80  -0.853



 1 C166   FS/C Clifton Hynson, Fredericksburg VA, '19 Ca  9.222 10.30  -1.078
  2  306   FS/F Scott Klingler, Ortonville MI, '22 Camaro 10.134 11.20  -1.066
  3  159   FS/D Victor Cagnazzi, Mooresville NC, '15 Cama  9.626 10.60  -0.974
  4 3139   EF/S Ron Seibenick, Perry OH, '86 Tempo        16.479 17.45  -0.971
  5  395   FS/B Aaron Allison, E Palistine OH, '15 Camaro  9.054 10.00  -0.946
  6   23   FS/D Marion Stephenson, Williamsport IN, '15 C  9.664 10.60  -0.936
  7 302B   FS/G George Wright, Carleton MI, '12 Mustang   10.414 11.35  -0.936
  8 3385   M/SA Jim Nichols, Centerburg OH, '79 Aspen     11.921 12.85  -0.929
  9 L177   FS/B Lenny Lottig, Meyersdale PA, '19 Camaro    9.090 10.00  -0.910
 10 3604   A/SA Frank Schmitt, Binbrook ON, '64 Fairlane  10.121 11.00  -0.879



1    7 Al Peavler, Olney IL, American-Chevy            6.102  222.91  222.91
  2 4911 Darian Boesch, Kenner LA, Racecraft-Chevy       6.109  228.00  228.00
  3   10 Blake Peavler, Olney IL, American-Chevy         6.110  230.80  230.80
  4 3536 Tony Elrod, Howell MI, American-Chevy           6.111  228.54  228.54
  5   77 Taylor Vetter, Las Vegas NV, Race Tech-Chevy    6.114  224.32  224.32
  6    8 Dane Ward, Mena AR, Racecraft-Chevy             6.128  227.54  227.54
  7 3540 David Jamison, Twinsburg OH, Spitzer-Chevy      6.149  209.69  228.31
  8   54 Afton Swanson, Trafalger IN, Spitzer-Chevy      6.153  228.07  228.07
  9 3239 Ashley Johnson, Cynthiana KY, Spitzer-Hemi      6.154  220.26  222.58
 10 320X Matt Sackman, Knoxville TN, Spitzer-Chevy       6.164  227.69  227.88



1  3556 Lester Johnson, Cynthiana KY, '58 Corvette      6.233  235.56  235.56
  2 411M David Cuadra, Leon MX, '23 Mustang              6.234  225.97  225.97
  3   11 Jeff Brooks, Fredericksburg VA, '51 Henry J     6.315  222.77  222.77
  4   36 Mark McDonald, Booneville IN, '87 Mustang       6.359  215.41  215.41
  5 3477 Scott Wasko, Columbia Station OH, '11 GXP       6.412  214.66  214.66
  6    6 Darian Boesch, Kenner LA, '18 Camaro            6.440  226.89  226.89
  7  193 Ronnie Proctor, Hedgesville WV, '09 Mustang     6.488  211.79  211.79
  8 3175 Dennis Dowson, Auburn IL, '14 Challenger        6.554  203.43  203.43
  9 4720 Mike Morehead, Bryant AR, '13 Camaro            6.586  210.50  210.50
 10 3772 Gary Wojnowski Jr., Medina OH, '09 Cobalt       6.602  213.03  213.03