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In-N-Out Burger NHRA Nationals Event 21 of 21 Countdown Event 6 of 6 In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip Pomona, Calif. Nov. 10 - 12, 2023 RON CAPPS: Driver of the NAPA Auto Parts Toyota GR Supra Funny Car Countdown to the Championship Ranking: 4th (-139) NHRA Finals Event Highlights: Two-time runner-up (2008, 2022) Five-time No. 1 qualifier (1999, 2012, 2015, 2018, 2022) In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip Highlights: Four-time event winner Eight-time runner-up Seven-time No. 1 qualifier 2022 NHRA Finals Event Recap: Qualified No. 1; Event runner-up (defeated Jeff Arend in E1, Tim Wilkerson in E2, Bob Tasca in E3; defeated by Cruz Pedregon in E4) Last Event (Las Vegas 1): Qualified fourth; First round exit (defeated by Alex Laughlin...
In-N-Out Burger NHRA Finals Event 21 of 21 Countdown Event 6 of 6 In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip Pomona, Calif. Nov. 10 - 12, 2023 Note: DC Motorsports owner and crew chief Del Worsham will pull double-duty during the NHRA Finals. Worsham, a two-time world champion, will return to the seat of a Funny Car, driving the CP Carrillo Toyota GR Supra. (Quote from Worsham below) ALEXIS DEJORIA: Driver of the Bandero Premium Tequila Toyota GR Supra Funny Car Countdown to the Championship Ranking: 9th (-290) NHRA Finals Event Highlights: 2021 runner-up 2014 No. 1 qualifier 2022 NHRA Finals Event Recap: Qualified sixth; Semifinal finish (defeated Jim Campbell in E1, Steven Densham in E2; defeated by Cruz Pedregon in E3) Last Event (Las Vegas...
In-N-Out Burger NHRA Nationals Event 21 of 21 Countdown Event 6 of 6 In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip Pomona, Calif. Nov. 10 - 12, 2023 Top Fuel: JUSTIN ASHLEY: Driver of the Phillips Connect Toyota Top Fuel Dragster Countdown to the Championship Ranking: 5th (-82) In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip Overall Highlights: Two-time winner One-time runner-up One-time No. 1 qualifier Note: all highlights are from the Winternationals race 2022 NHRA Finals Event Recap: Qualified 10th; First round exit (defeated by Antron Brown in E1) Last Event (Las Vegas 2): Qualified sixth; Event runner-up (defeated Dan Mercier in E1, Austin Prock in E2, Steve Torrence in E3; defeated by Mike Salinas in E4) 2023 Statistics: 20 races; six wins, two...
In-N-Out Burger NHRA Nationals Event 21 of 21 Countdown Event 6 of 6 In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip Pomona, Calif. Nov. 10 - 12, 2023 ANTRON BROWN: Driver of the Matco Tools 'Test Drive' Top Fuel Dragster Countdown to the Championship Ranking: 6th (-146) NHRA Finals Event Highlights: Three-time event champion Top Fuel (2009, 2010) Pro Stock Motorcycle (1999) Four-time runner-up Top Fuel (2015, 2021, 2022) Pro Stock Motorcycle (2004) 2015 No. 1 qualifier In-N-Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip Overall Highlights: Three-time champion Seven-time runner-up Three-time No. 1 qualifier 2022 NHRA Finals Event Recap: Qualified seventh; Event runner-up (defeated Justin Ashley in E1, Ron August in E2, Josh Hart in E3; defeated by...
CLEAN HARBORS, KALITTA MOTORSPORTS HOST VETERANS, SALUTE VETERANS DAY WITH LIVERY ON CARS AND TEAM HAULERS Image Courtesy: Kalitta Motorsports YPSILANTI, Mich. - - Patriotism. Service. Sacrifice. As the United States honors its military veterans on Veterans Day this Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023, Clean Harbors and Kalitta Motorsports are honoring these three attributes and recognizing this important holiday by hosting veterans in the Kalitta Motorsports hospitality area and including “thank you veterans” logos in its liveries at this weekend’s race. The 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series ends this weekend at the In ‘N Out Burger NHRA Finals on the In ‘N Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip in Pomona, Calif., the last of six races that make...
POMONA, Calif. – In control of his own destiny in the season-ending 58th In-N-Out Finals, Steve Torrence will send his CAPCO Contractors Top Fuel Toyota to the starting line for Friday’s first qualifying session as the point leader in a Countdown to the Championship in which he has yet to hoist a winner’s trophy. Team CAPCO at the In-N-Out Finals STEVE TORRENCE Total appearances at In-N-Out Pomona Dragstrip: 27 (14 in the In-N-Out Finals) Final rounds: 4 (2 in the In-N-Out Finals) Victories: 3 (2018 and 2021 in the In-N-Out Finals; 2016 in the Winternationals) No. 1 qualifier: 3 (2019 in the In-N-Out Finals; 2016, 2019 in the Winternationals) Won-Lost record: 31-23 (14-12 in the In-N-Out Finals) At this year’s Lucas Oil...
“KING OF CALM” DOUG KALITTA, MAC TOOLS TEAM CONFIDENT ENTERING SEASON-ENDING RACE YPSILANTI, Mich. (Nov. 7, 2023) - - Call it what you will for Doug Kalitta and his Mac Tools Toyota team: final round, medal round, game seven, championship heat, last race or, well, the NHRA Finals. Regardless, the entire season comes down to this one event and these four remaining rounds of 2023 racing. The 2023 NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series ends this weekend at the In ‘N Out Burger NHRA Finals on the In ‘N Out Burger Pomona Dragstrip in Pomona, Calif., the last of six races that make up the Countdown to the Championship NHRA Playoffs. For Kalitta, it’s an opportunity to accomplish the one thing he’s never done in NHRA Top Fuel Drag Racing: win...
NHRA® Team Report NHRA Finals - Pomona Pre-Race Report Chino, California-native Funny Car pilot Cruz Pedregon returns as the defending champ of his “home” track after the trifecta of a win, career-best ET, and career-best speed in the Snap-on® "Makers and Fixers" Dodge® SRT® Hellcat® at the NHRA Pomona finals last year. “With so many solid runs ahead of Pomona, we’re aiming for a repeat of last year at this track that holds so many memories for me,” Cruz says. “We feel good about ending the season strong and are looking forward to the work we’ve done this year paying off for this final race of the 2023 NHRA season.” Before the race, Cruz made a stop at SEMA where he did interviews, signed autographs, and took in all the show had to...
Las Vegas - After qualifying in the top three with a fine 5.24 at 272 MPH, Madison Payne and the Muscle Milk A/Fuel Dragster team lasted through the quarterfinal round at the NHRA Nevada Nationals held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway complex. In round one, Madison took on Eric Chesleigh who also resides in Madison's hometown of Clearmont, California. At the start, Chesleigh was off the starting line first with a .058 to Madison's .097 but he was no match for the Muscle Milk machine's horsepower as Madison quickly passed Chesleigh and took the win light with a 5.28 at 274 MPH over his valiant 5.36 at 268 MPH. In the quarterfinals which was delayed until late in the afternoon on Sunday, Madison raced Kim Parker. At the hit, Parker was...

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