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Mopar Drivers Beckman and Schumacher Take No. 1 Qualifying Spots with Track Records at NHRA Vegas

Jack Beckman qualifies Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car featuring Mopar HEMI® power No. 1 for NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Tony Schumacher claims No. 1 qualifying spot in Mopar-powered Top Fuel dragster from DSR
Beckman sets both ends of track record, Schumacher claims new track elapsed-time record and ties speed mark
Mopar qualifies No. 1 for 16th time this year (10 in Top Fuel, six in Funny Car) and sweeps Nitro qualifying for fourth time in 2017
All four Mopar-powered Funny Cars from DSR will start in top nine, Leah Pritchett qualifies eighth in Top Fuel
Five Mopar Dodge Funny Cars set to compete in 16-car field
Darcy Clarke’s Super Stock Plymouth Savoy wins Best Appearing Car

October 28, 2017 , Las Vegas -

Jack Beckman in Funny Car and Tony Schumacher in Top Fuel led the way for Mopar during qualifying for the 17th annual NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, each turning in track-record passes to slot them No. 1 to start Sunday’s elimination rounds in the penultimate race of the season.

Beckman qualified No. 1 for the first time this year in his HEMI®-powered Infinite Hero Dodge Charger R/T from Don Schumacher Racing (DSR), but it was the sixth time Mopar Funny Cars from DSR have taken the top spot in 2017. Schumacher meanwhile scored the No. 1 qualifier position in Top Fuel for the fourth time this year in his U.S. Army-backed and DSR-prepared Mopar dragster. Schumacher’s quick time represented the 10th No. 1 for Mopar in the category this season, bringing to 16 the total of No. 1 qualifying efforts for the brand in the Nitro categories (Funny Car and Top Fuel) overall. Mopar has also now swept Nitro qualifying on four occasions.

Beckman set the Funny Car track record by clocking a best pass of 3.854 seconds at 335.57 mph during Q4 on Saturday as the sun was starting to set after a day of warm temperatures at the facility adjacent to Nellis Air Force Base and approximately 15 miles north of the famous Las Vegas Strip. Beckman, who entered this weekend’s event fourth in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Countdown to the Championship playoffs point standings, also collected nine bonus points after turning in the quickest times of the second, third and fourth qualifying sessions (worth three points each). After taking the provisional top spot on Friday, Beckman lowered his quickest time and turned in the fastest speed of his career on Saturday. It was the 22nd time in Beckman’s career that he has qualified in the No. 1 position, which includes this event last season.

In Top Fuel, eight-time champion Schumacher extended his all-time best number of top qualifying efforts to 84 with a 3.673-second blast at 332.67 mph during the second qualifying session on Friday. The speed was the fastest of Schumacher’s historic career and tied the Top Fuel track record. He picked up a total of nine bonus points during qualifying after setting quick time in each session but the first.

Schumacher’s Top Fuel teammate Leah Pritchett put her specially branded, bright yellow Mopar Pennzoil Dodge dragster from DSR eighth on the elimination ladder, while the rest of the DSR Dodge Charger R/T Funny Cars all qualified in the top nine. Matt Hagan drove his Mopar Pennzoil Dodge to the fourth starting spot, current points leader Ron Capps will start from the sixth position, and Tommy Johnson Jr. and the Make-A-Wish team from DSR will begin the day from the ninth spot.

Pritchett finished second in Q1 and third in Q3 to claim three bonus points, Capps was the quickest of the first qualifying session and third in the fourth session to pick up four bonus points, and Hagan added three points to his tally after finishing third in Q3 and second in Q4.

A Mopar Sportsman driver also received recognition on Saturday, as Darcy Clarke’s red 1964 Plymouth Savoy powered by a a 426 Max Wedge engine won Best Appearing Car at the NHRA Nationals. Clarke hails from Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada, and was competing in the SS/EA class this weekend. His car is one of the few original lightweight package cars still featuring its original aluminum front-end body panel and components.

Mopar/Dodge Notes & Quotes
(best elapsed time in bold)

Jack Beckman, Infinite Hero Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
Qualified No. 1, will face No. 16 Jim Campbell
Friday: (8.006 seconds at 77.86 mph – Q1); (3.867/329.50 – Q2)
Saturday: (3.889/327.27 – Q3); (3.854/335.57 – Q4)

“We unloaded with an 8.00 and lulled everyone into a false sense of security and then got three points each session after that. I think if you can get ten qualifying points each session, you’re doing well. If you qualify No. 1, you’re guaranteed 11, three for quick of the session and eight for overall No. 1, but we got 17 points out of this. I don’t know if that will decide a championship and I don’t know if we can catch (Robert) Hight or (Ron) Capps but it sure as heck could decide third place. We’re not very far behind Courtney (Force) right now and we don’t want to look over our shoulders because there are three cars right behind us. It’s always nice before eliminations to eat away at the car ahead of you and put a little distance between the ones behind you."

Tony Schumacher, U.S. Army Top Fuel Dragster
Qualified No. 1, will face No. 16 Troy Buff
Friday: (3.798 seconds at 325.61 mph – Q1); (3.673/332.67 – Q2)
Saturday: (3.743/325.22 – Q3); (3.694/326.40 – Q4)

“My crew chief Mike (Green) and (assistant crew chief) Phil (Shuler) are making calls and the U.S. Army car is reacting the way it should. That’s the biggest thing right now. I’ve won races from all different spots, but it comes back to how you perform on Sunday. It’s fantastic to get the points and fantastic to get the number one spot. I’m proud of the Army team. They did a great job, but tomorrow is really important. We have to win that trophy. We aren’t here for average. None of us showed up here from the Army team to be just decent. We are winning team with winning quality people and a winning sponsor in the U.S. Army. Winning everything is the only acceptable result.”

Leah Pritchett, Mopar Pennzoil Dodge Top Fuel Dragster
Qualified No. 8, will face No. 9 T.J. Zizzo
Friday: (3.754 seconds at 324.20 mph – Q1); (18.929/41.57 – Q2)
Saturday: (3.785/323.04 – Q3); (3.742/313.95– Q4)

“We started Vegas strong and ended with a good lap in Q4. We had some different variables across the board during qualifying that I’m proud of our team for getting through. Overall just going into Sunday we know the chance exists and we need eight rounds of winning to keep this dream (winning the championship) alive. We’re hungry, we’re starving for the success that we know that we’re capable of and I’m looking forward to unleashing the Demon on our opponents for Pennzoil and Mopar. We made the switch this weekend and we’re definitely enjoying representing our proud partners.”

Matt Hagan, Mopar Pennzoil Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
Qualified No. 4, will face No. 13 Gary Densham
Friday: (4.008 seconds at 321.19 mph – Q1); (3.929/330.88 – Q2)
Saturday: (3.930/330.31 – Q3); (3.882/330.15 – Q4)

“We’ve had four great runs in qualifying. It builds a lot of confidence going down the racetrack every time in the heat and at night. We’re really looking forward to tomorrow. It’s been awhile since we’ve been in the winner’s circle and I think that we’re kind of due. I don’t know that you’re ever due for anything out here but we have a good fighting chance for tomorrow and I’m pretty pumped up about it. I’ve never won in Vegas so I’d like to get one here.”

Ron Capps, NAPA Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
Qualified No. 6, will face No. 11 John Force
Friday: (3.916 seconds at 325.06 mph – Q1); (6.597/103.02 – Q2)
Saturday: (3.937/326.56 – Q3); (3.896/326.08 – Q4)

Tommy Johnson Jr., Make-A-Wish Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
Qualified No. 9, will face No. 8 Jonnie Lindberg
Friday: (4.308 seconds at 212.63 mph – Q1); (4.021/286.74 – Q2)
Saturday: (9.626/86.66 – Q3); (3.922/325.77 – Q4)

Tune-in Info
FOX Sports 1 will broadcast the elimination rounds of the 17th annual NHRA Nationals LIVE at 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 29.

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Hagan Scores NHRA Vegas Win

Hagan Scores NHRA Vegas Win in Mopar Dodge Funny Car

Matt Hagan wins 17th annual NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in Mopar HEMI®-powered Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car from Don Schumacher Racing (DSR)
Victory is 15th of season for Mopar-powered Funny Cars from DSR and 20th overall across both Nitro categories
A Mopar HEMI®-powered Dodge Funny Car from DSR has appeared in final round 20 times in 2017
Hagan’s win is fourth of season and 26th of career
Hagan and Jack Beckman appear in semifinals in Mopar-powered Funny Cars, Mopar Top Fuel driver Leah Pritchett finishes in semifinals
Ron Capps sits second in Funny Car point standings to lead Mopar, Pritchett maintains fifth in Top Fuel points
Steve Wann named Dodge Top Finisher in Stock Eliminator, Darren Smith wins Super Stock Eliminator award

October 29, 2017 , Las Vegas -

On Sunday, Mopar Funny Car driver Matt Hagan finally broke through in the Nevada desert as he won at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the very first time.

Hagan put his HEMI®-powered, Mopar Pennzoil Dodge Charger R/T from Don Schumacher Racing (DSR) in the winner’s circle at the 17th annual NHRA Nationals to take his fourth victory of the season and 15th for Mopar-powered Funny Cars in 2017. It was also the 20th time at least one Mopar Dodge Funny Car from DSR has appeared in the final round through 23 events to date this year.

With just one event remaining in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season, which includes the six-race Countdown to the Championship playoffs, Mopar vehicles have now claimed victory a total of 20 times across the Funny Car and Top Fuel categories. Additionally, five Mopar-powered drivers across both categories are still mathematically eligible to win the 2017 championship in two weeks at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona.

During this weekend’s NHRA Nationals, Hagan, a two-time Funny Car champion, defeated Courtney Force from the right lane in the final round. Hagan turned in a pass of 3.942 seconds at 329.42 mph paired with a .050-second reaction time to better Force’s 4.020 at 320.05. She left the line with a reaction time of .069. The duel at the Vegas track surrounded by desert mountains and lying 15 miles north of the famed Strip was a re-match of both this year’s NHRA Winternationals and New England Nationals. Each of those final rounds were also won by the Mopar driver.

Hagan, whose team has struggled in the Countdown, opened his day by pushing past Gary Densham in round one on a clean pass as Densham smoked his tires near the 300-foot mark. The round win was the 300th of Hagan’s career. He next bested Del Worsham, who also struck the tires to put Hagan into the semifinal round against his DSR Mopar teammate Jack Beckman. Hagan advanced to the final by turning in his third consecutive clean pass as Beckman instantly went up in smoke.

Hagan’s victory was the 26th of his career.

Beckman also had a very successful weekend in Las Vegas, first re-setting both ends of the track record with a 3.854-second pass at 335.57 mph during qualifying to capture the No. 1 spot in his Infinite Hero Dodge Charger R/T. He first bested fellow Dodge driver Jim Campbell in round one on a very solid pass as Campbell struck the tires. He next took down teammate Tommy Johnson Jr. on another clean pass as Johnson went up in smoke. His day was then ended by Hagan.

Johnson and the Make-A-Wish Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car team from DSR defeated Jonnie Lindberg in round one on a clean pass in the center of the groove while Lindberg smoked his tires. Johnson then fell to Beckman in round two, meaning he was unable to repeat in Las Vegas after winning the spring event at the track.

Funny Car points leader Ron Capps took a hit in his bid for a second consecutive championship behind the wheel of his Dodge Charger R/T from DSR, losing to John Force in round one. Both cars went up in smoke soon after they left the starting line, but Force made it to the finish line first when Capps suffered an explosion, ending early his bid for a ninth win of 2017. He fell to 15 points behind Robert Hight entering the final event of the season.

In Top Fuel, Leah Pritchett drove her Mopar Pennzoil Dodge Top Fuel dragster from DSR past T.J Zizzo by half a car length in round one, setting up a matchup with her teammate Tony Schumacher. The cars were side-by-side before Schumacher ultimately dropped a cylinder, allowing Pritchett to get away and setting up a showdown with Brittany Force. Pritchett fell to Force after a side-by-side race.

Schumacher also set a track record (3.673/332.67) during qualifying to begin his day from the No. 1 position. He first powered his Mopar-backed U.S. Army Top Fuel dragster past Troy Buff when Buff went red. He was then defeated by Pritchett in round two.

The 17th annual NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway featured large crowds throughout the weekend, including a sellout on Sunday afternoon. Warm temperatures each day of qualifying gave way to cooling desert air in the evening and prime conditions for track records. Sunday’s elimination rounds saw a number of upsets, tightening up the championship points battles going into the special points-and-a-half final race.

Mopar/Dodge Notes & Quotes

Pietro Gorlier, Head of Parts and Service (Mopar) FCA – Global
“The success of the Mopar brand in NHRA during the 2017 campaign is something that has made all of us very proud each and every week. Congratulations to Mopar Pennzoil Dodge Charger R/T driver Matt Hagan and his entire team on the NHRA Nationals win at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. We look forward to the final race of the Countdown to the Championship and hope to see Mopar HEMI power in the winner’s circle one more time this year.”

Matt Hagan, Mopar Pennzoil Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
(No. 4 Qualifier – 3.882 seconds at 330.15 mph)

Rd. 1: (.073-second reaction time, 3.915 seconds at 32.78 mph) defeated No.13 Gary Densham (.103/5.853/132.26)
Rd. 2: (.077/3.952/326.79) defeated No. Del Worsham (.141/7.125/101.10)
Semis: (.075/3.967/329.42) defeated No. 1 Jack Beckman (.069/7.223/103.32)
Final: (.050/3.942/329.42) defeated No. 6 Courtney Force (.069/4.020/320.05)

“Obviously these Funny Cars are kind of finicky. Sometimes they love you and sometimes they rip your heart out and step on it. We just kind of got in a little bit of a rut and we just had to work hard and focus and make big, wholesale changes to dig ourselves back out. It’s a real testament to (crew chief) Dickie Venables and my crew what they can do and how far they can come and how fast they can bounce back. We had some pretty bad first-round losses earlier in the Countdown. You just kind of lose hope sometimes, but then you’ve got to get your pom-poms out and keep everybody going. But I just can’t say enough about Dickie. The guy’s one of the smartest crew chiefs out here. I’m just so blessed to have him in our corner. There’s no replacement for the feeling of winning. That’s a fix you can’t get anywhere else, man. Sometimes it takes a little struggle to really put things back into perspective of how special it is. That way you don’t take it for granted.”

Leah Pritchett, Mopar Pennzoil Dodge Top Fuel Dragster
(No. 8 Qualifier – 3.742 seconds at 313.95 mph)
Rd. 1: (.079-second reaction time, 3.705 seconds at 326.16 mph) defeated No. 9 T.J Zizzo (.055/3.752/329.18)
Rd. 2: (.085/3.754/322.73) defeated No. 1 Tony Schumacher (.082/3.869/292.27)
Semis: (.092/3.754/323.81) lost to No. 6 Brittany Force (.077/3.714/329.34)

“We had our most successful run of the Countdown so far going to the semis, so we are proud of that. We have a solid race car and continue to prove it, which I feel good about. In the semifinals we didn’t think that the track could take a .71 but obviously it could and our .75 wasn’t good enough, not quite the best package. But we are testing here on Monday, and we are not just practicing, we are testing. We’ve got some things we’ve been looking forward to improving about our operation and we are going to take that package and unleash it at Pomona. That’s what I’m looking forward to. Overall for the Mopar Pennzoil car this weekend it was a great showing and we’ve got great fans to back it up.”

Jack Beckman, Infinite Hero Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
(No. 1 Qualifier – 3.854 seconds at 335.57 mph)

Rd. 1: (.066-second reaction time, 3.918 seconds at 330.15 mph) defeated No. 16 Jim Campbell (.105/6.399/104.15)
Rd. 2: (.073/3.947/328.54) defeated No. 9 Tommy Johnson Jr. (.067/8.344/93.10)
Semis: (.069/7.223/103.32) lost to No. 4 Matt Hagan (.075/3.967/329.42)

“The frustrating thing is you really have to strike when the iron’s hot. We had a phenomenal car. Except for the first qualifying run we were near the quickest every time down the racetrack after that, and not even close to being in trouble. So when you go out there and the car smokes the tires two feet into the run we’re scratching our heads. We don’t know why it even would’ve thought about doing that. But boy that’s why in drag racing you don’t count your chickens before they hatch. I really thought we had a final-round car and the best overall Funny Car here this weekend. The odd thing is, right behind us in the same lane (right) Robert Hight’s car did exactly the same thing. So we’re scratching our heads. We will stay, we will test tomorrow, we will get some more data and we will go to Pomona with our heads up ready to win that race.”

Tommy Johnson Jr., Make-A-Wish Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
(No. 9 Qualifier – 3.922 seconds at 325.77 mph)

Rd. 1: (.064-second reaction time, 3.962 seconds at 320.51 mph) defeated No. 8 Jonnie Lindberg (.074/4.197/254.95)
Rd. 2: (.067/8.344/93.10) lost to No. 1 Jack Beckman (.073/3.947/328.54)

“It’s been a tough year for our team. We’ve had a lot of issues with losing (longtime benefactor) Terry (Chandler), crew members losing family members, it’s just been a rough year but we keep fighting. We’ve had a little a gremlin. We made a little improvement on it this weekend, just a tough weekend. We got a round win but that’s not what we’re used to. So we’ll test tomorrow and try some new things for next season and see if we can’t start working towards that."

Ron Capps, NAPA Dodge Charger R/T Funny Car
(No. 6 Qualifier – 3.896 seconds at 326.08 mph)

Rd. 1: (.078-second reaction time, 5.245 seconds at 142.42 mph) lost to No. 13 John Force (.056/4.469/231.75)

“We weren’t trying anything special, we weren’t trying to rotate the earth, but it spun the tires and then a quick backfire and I saw Force out there. Last night, we finished qualifying, we looked at the ladder and I’m sure Robert Hight and his team were thinking the same thing, but we thought, ‘this is a good opportunity for us to make some ground up.’ It just didn’t happen our way. But NHRA’s implementation of points and a half in Pomona is going to make it pretty exciting. We haven’t had to come from behind like this, like we’re going to have to at Pomona, but it’s going to be fun. I look forward to getting with my crew guys and trying to battle back on Sunday in Pomona and see if we can’t make it exciting.”

Tony Schumacher, U.S. Army Top Fuel Dragster
(No. 1 Qualifier – 3.673 seconds at 332.67 mph)

Rd. 1: (.190-second reaction time, 3.730 seconds at 329.10 mph) defeated No. 16 Troy Buff (foul – red light)
Rd. 2: (.082/3.869/292.27) lost No. 8 Leah Pritchett (.085/3.754/322.73)

“We started the day feeling like we had a great opportunity to win this race. We had a great race car, but we weren’t able to accomplish what we wanted to today. It’s really tough on this whole U.S. Army Racing team. Everyone works so hard and nobody wants to feel like we do right now. Timing is such a part of this deal. I would have beaten several other cars out there in that round, but I didn’t beat the one I was racing.”

Mopar/Dodge NHRA Sportsman Spotlight
A very deep field of Sportsman competitors took part in the 17th annual NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, including more than 75 cars in both the Stock and Super Stock Eliminator categories.

In Stock Eliminator, Steve Wann, known as “Mr. 413,” advanced his A/SA 1962 Plymouth Fury to the quarterfinal round. The driver from Modesto, California, turned in a pass of 10.276 seconds at 126.70 mph on a 10.28 dial-in, breaking out by .004. He left the starting line with a .036-second reaction time.

In Super Stock Eliminator, Darren Smith from Palmdale, California, turned in the best performance for Mopar. He put his SS/FA 1968 Dodge Dart GTS powered by a 440 cubic-inch engine in the fourth round, where he laid down a lap of 9.838 at 128.80 on a 9.75 dial-in. He bowed out by less than two feet at the finish line after an outstanding .006 reaction time.

Wann and Smith were named the Dodge Top Finisher of the event for their efforts. The program is in place at all 24 national events in 2017 and awards $500 to the Stock Eliminator and Super Stock Eliminator driver who advances the farthest in a Dodge or Plymouth vehicle to supplement Mopar’s deep contingency program.
Both Stock and Super Stock competitors also took part in class eliminations in Las Vegas, with several Mopar-powered drivers taking home Wally trophies.

In Stock Eliminator, Larry Gilley of Hilmar, California, won the E/SA class in a ’69 Dodge Dart, Mike Cotten from Cave Creek, Arizona, took the F/SA win in his ’73 Plymouth Duster, Mike Loge of Antioch, California, drove a ’70 Plymouth GTX to the H/SA victory, and Paul Wong from Las Vegas claimed the Combo-Stick win in a ’65 Plymouth Belvedere.

Four Super Stock drivers also claimed victories, as Cotten won SS/JA in his ’70 Plymouth Barracuda, Chino, California’s Wayne Taylor took the GT/MA win in a ’99 Chrysler Sebring, Kevin Helms from Plant City, Florida, claimed the FSS/E victory in a ’10 Dodge Challenger, and Lloyd Wofford of Jonesboro, Arkansas, won FGT/J in a ’79 Plymouth Volare.

Darcy Clarke of Spruce Grove, Alberta, Canada, also collected a Wally trophy when his SS/EA 1964 Plymouth Savoy won the Best Engineered Award.

Up Next: NHRA Finals
In two weeks the 2017 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series season draws to a close with the 53rd annual NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona on November 9 – 12. This year the event will feature a special points-and-a-half format as it crowns the champions in all NHRA Pro classes. Mopar Funny Car driver Matt Hagan has won at the historic track five times, including during this year’s season-opening event, Ron Capps has three Pomona victories and Tommy Johnson Jr. has visited the winner’s circle twice – including at the event last season. Last year Jack Beckman was No. 1 qualifier for the NHRA Finals in his Mopar-powered Funny Car.

In the Top Fuel ranks, Mopar driver Tony Schumacher has six victories at Pomona, while Leah Pritchett claimed her first win at the Southern California facility earlier in 2017. This year the event will feature a special points-and-a-half format.

The NHRA Finals will include an autograph session with Mopar Pro drivers at 10:45 a.m. local time at the Mopar display trailer on Saturday, November 11. The NHRA Finals will be broadcast throughout the weekend on FOX Sports 1, with LIVE eliminations coverage slated for 4 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 12.

2017 NHRA Championship — Point Standings After Round 23 of 24
(Season Wins in Parentheses)

NHRA Funny Car
1. Robert Hight (4) – 2,548
2. Ron Capps, Dodge Charger R/T (8) – 2,533
3. Courtney Force – 2,423
4. Jack Beckman, Dodge Charger R/T (2) – 2,396
5. Matt Hagan, Dodge Charger R/T (4) – 2,387

6. John Force (1) – 2,306
7. Tommy Johnson Jr., Dodge Charger R/T (1) – 2,276
8. Tim Wilkerson – 2,237
9. J.R. Todd (2) – 2,233
10. Cruz Pedregon – 2,163

NHRA Top Fuel
1. Steve Torrence (8) – 2,527
2. Brittany Force (3) –2,507
3. Doug Kalitta – (1) 2,443
4. Antron Brown (4) – 2,392
5. Leah Pritchett, Mopar HEMI (4) – 2,361
6. Tony Schumacher, Mopar HEMI (1) – 2,340

7. Clay Millican (1) – 2,326
8. Shawn Langdon – 2,267
9. Terry McMillen (1) – 2,261
10. Scott Palmer – 2,169

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Crew chief Dickie Venables (left), Mopar Motorsports Marketing Manager Dale Aldo (center) and driver Matt Hagan celebrate after winning at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Mopar Funny Car driver Matt Hagan and Mopar staff celebrate after Hagan's win in the 17th annual NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
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