Jr. Drag 10-12 Points Standings – 8-24-2014

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Car # Driver Hometown Body “A” Points
1 5086 Adam Shinski Olathe, KS 05 Motivational 2087
2 5273 Cameron Beasley Milford, KS 01 Motivational 1913
3 513 Chandler Brandenburg Olathe, KS 08 Halfscale 1818
4 3998 Jake Metternich Grain Valley, MO 02 Halfscale 1641
5 5418 Trenna Whitmore Auburn, KS 10 Boss 1595
76 5016 Ethan Martinez Topeka, KS 00 Unknown 1241
7 5567 Clayton McGinnis Independence, MO 06 Halfsacle 1142
8 5120 Brady Stallbaumer Seneca, KS 11 MX2 902

Sportsman Points Standings – 8-24-2014

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Car # Driver Hometown Body “A” Points
1 503X Korbynn Stallbaumer Wakarusa, KS 83 Chevrolet 2610
2 M555 Kelli Siebert Tecumseh, KS 89 Camaro 2273
3 M531 Jeremy McGhee Topeka, KS 81 Z28 2248
4 F515 JP Smith Topeka, KS 14 Corvette 2161
5 L573 Eugene Lamb Garnett, KS 70 Camaro 2061
6 N506 Eli Thorpe Topeka, KS 64 Falcon 1751
7 C541 Camryn Stallbaumer Wakarusa, KS 08 Chevrolet 1542
8 5915 Lee Cramer Raytown, MO 70 Chevelle 1092
9 C561 Cory Melton Wichita, KS 72 Chevelle 1060
10 T549 Gail Spencer Topeka, KS 66 Nova 604
11 6052 Doug Miller Linwood, KS 86 Unkown 100

Pro Points Standings – 8-24-2014

POSTED ON August 25th  - POSTED IN Drag Strip, Pro
Car # Driver Hometown Body “A” Points
1 X547 Nick Siebert Wamego, KS 64 Skylark 2393
2 5021 Chris Livingood Olathe, KS 77 Vega 2228
3 T514 John Trimble Wichita, KS 72 Dart 2151
4 F515 JP Smith Topeka, KS 14 Corvette 1789
5 578 Shane Newland Independence, MO 66 Fairlane 1748
6 M533 Gary McKinzie Jr. Olathe, KS 79 Malibu 1641
7 H588 Alex Hefner Topeka, KS 87 Mustang GT 1595
8 L509 Lindsay Lippert Wamego, KS 88 Firebird 1448
9 D508 Daniel Anderson Kansas City, Mo 89 Ford 1306
10 5790 JR Lobner Gardner, KS 88 S11 959
11 D550 Dean Steward Topeka, KS 80 Capri 900
12 1 Stuart Miles Topeka, KS 12 Hayabusa 893
13 T560 TJ Tobler Kansas City, MO 93 Beretta 812
14 5290 Richard Walls Andover, KS 71 Vega 700
15 V096 Wayne Walls Carbondale, KS 97 Cobra 301
16 5557 Kyle Lawrence Manhattan, KS 79 Cutlass 250

Super Pro Points Standing – 8-24-2014

POSTED ON August 25th  - POSTED IN Drag Strip, Super Pro
Car # Driver Hometown Body “A” Points
1 57 Todd Piper Wamego, KS 14 Racecraft 2393
2 53 Larry Piper Wamego, KS 07 Racecraft 2098
3 A590 Richard Gleason Blue Springs, MO 07 Undercover 1964
4 5330 Greg Pfeffer Topeka, KS 41 Willys 1904
5 5109 Jordan Stallbaumer Lawrence, KS 01 Camaro 1865
6 5777 Mike Colvin Kansas City, MO 11 American 1734
7 596 Megan Meyer Spring Hill, KS 06 Mullis 1556
8 8 Landon Stallbaumer Wakarusa, KS 03 Spitzer 1480
9 K772 Jeff Solomon Pleasnt Hill, MO 00 Dragster 1443
10 5790 JR Lobner Gardner, KS 05 Mullis 1374
11 545 Jeryka Lawrence Manhattan, KS 13 Mullis 1368
12 DX69 Chris Damico Kansas City, MO 05 Cameron 942
13 5624 Todd Stallbaumer Seneca, KS 90 Camaro 940
14 K522 Kevin Seymour Moundrige, KS 73 Vega 902
15 5195 John Dasher Silver Lake, KS 78 Corvette 902
16 5822 John Lobner Desota, KS 13 Mullis 747
17 51 Gary Wamboldt Lakewood, CO 582 Chev 515
18 571 Dan Eichem Wamego, KS 67 Nova 451
19 2848 Steve Livingood Overland Park, KS 81 Malibu 442
20 55 Wayde Samuel Morrisan, CO 65 Chev 406
21 5525 Kevin Lawrence Manhattan, KS 04 Undercover 403
22 5511 Sabrina Reynolds Omaha, NE 73 Vega 250

2015 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule released

POSTED ON August 25th  - POSTED IN Drag Strip, News

The 2015 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series schedule has been announced by NHRA officials. The 24-race NHRA Mello Yello Series will make its traditional stops across the country and remains the most geographically dispersed U.S. touring series in all of motorsports, reaching fans with its unique brand of high-horsepower entertainment from New England to California, Washington to Florida, and all points between.

Highlighting the schedule once again in 2015 will be the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals, the world’s most prestigious drag race, at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis, Labor Day weekend, Sept. 2-7.

The season again will open and close at famed Auto Club Raceway at Pomona in Southern California. The season kicks off at Pomona with the NHRA Winternationals, Feb. 5-8, and closes at the historic dragstrip with the final race of the Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship playoffs, the Auto Club NHRA Finals, Nov. 12-15.

Following the season opener, the series returns to Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park near Phoenix for the CARQUEST Auto Parts NHRA Nationals, Feb. 20-22. NHRA teams will traverse the country to make it to the traditional East Coast opener at Florida’s Auto-Plus Raceway at Gainesville for the Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals, March 12-15.

Three traditional stops will follow: the popular NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway in Charlotte, N.C. (March 27-29); the SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway (April 10-12); and the O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA SpringNationals at Royal Purple Raceway near Houston (April 24-26).

In May, the teams will travel to Atlanta for the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals, May 15-17, and then on to Topeka, Kan., for the NHRA Kansas Nationals at Heartland Park Topeka, May 22-24.

Teams will compete at three races in three weeks in June, starting with the Toyota NHRA Summernationals at Old Bridge Township Raceway Park in Englishtown, N.J. (June 4-7), followed by the Auto-Plus NHRA New England Nationals, June 12-14 at New England Dragway in Epping, N.H., and the NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals, June 19-21 at Bristol (Tenn.) Dragway on Father’s Day weekend.

After a week off, the NHRA Mello Yello Series will make two more stops before the Western Swing. A massive Fourth of July celebration is guaranteed for the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals, July 2-5 at Norwalk, Ohio. The summer racing parade will continue with the O’Reilly Auto Parts Route 66 NHRA Nationals, which will move to July 9-12 at Route 66 Raceway near Chicago.

The famed Western Swing will begin one week later in 2015 and kicks off with the Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals at scenic Bandimere Speedway in Denver, July 24-26.  From there, the teams will trek farther west stopping in Northern California for the NHRA Sonoma Nationals (July 31-Aug. 2) at Sonoma Raceway before finishing the Western Swing near Seattle at Pacific Raceways with the O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Northwest Nationals, Aug. 7-9. NHRA teams will then take another week off before heading to Brainerd, Minn., for the Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals, Aug. 20-23.

The last race in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series regular season at which the final positions for the NHRA Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship can be secured will be the prestigious Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis, Labor Day weekend, Sept. 2-7.

NHRA’s playoffs, the six-race NHRA Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship, kicks off two weeks later with three consecutive weeks of racing: the NHRA Carolina Nationals in Charlotte, N.C. (Sept. 18-20); the AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals at Gateway Motorsports Park near St. Louis (Sept. 25-27); and the NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway in Reading, Pa. (Oct. 1-4).

The AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals at the Texas Motorplex near Dallas (Oct. 15-18) will set the stage for the final two Countdown playoff races.  The season concludes out West with the NHRA Toyota Nationals in Las Vegas (Oct. 29-Nov. 1) and the Auto Club NHRA Finals at Auto Club Raceway at Pomona, where world champions will be crowned in Southern California Nov. 12-15.

The Pro Stock Motorcycle class will compete in a 16-race schedule, with six of those races in the NHRA Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship. The location of the 16th bike race will be announced at a later date.

ESPN2, a part of the ESPN network, will again provide exclusive television coverage on a same-day basis of all NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series events, featuring action from qualifying rounds Saturday and eliminations Sunday.

2015 NHRA MELLO YELLO DRAG RACING SERIES SCHEDULE
NHRA Mello Yello Series Regular Season
Feb. 5-8 NHRA Winternationals Pomona, Calif.
Feb. 20-22 CARQUEST Auto Parts NHRA Nationals Phoenix
March 12-15 Amalie Motor Oil NHRA Gatornationals (PSM) Gainesville, Fla.
March 27-29 NHRA Four-Wide Nationals (PSM) Charlotte, N.C.
April 10-12 SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals Las Vegas
April 24-26 O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA SpringNationals Houston
May 15-17 Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals (PSM) Atlanta
May 22-24 NHRA Kansas Nationals Topeka, Kan.
June 4-7 Toyota NHRA Summernationals (PSM) Englishtown, N.J.
June 12-14 Auto-Plus NHRA New England Nationals Epping, N.H.
June 19-21 NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals Bristol, Tenn.
July 2-5 Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals (PSM) Norwalk, Ohio
July 9-12 O’Reilly Auto Parts Route 66 NHRA Nationals (PSM) Chicago
July 24-26 Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals (PSM) Denver
July 31-Aug. 2 NHRA Sonoma Nationals (PSM) Sonoma, Calif.
Aug. 7-9 O’Reilly Auto Parts NHRA Northwest Nationals Seattle
Aug. 20-23 Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals Brainerd, Minn.
Sept. 2-7 Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals (PSM) Indianapolis
NHRA Mello Yello Countdown to the Championship
Sept. 18-20 NHRA Carolina Nationals (PSM) Charlotte, N.C.
Sept. 25-27 AAA Insurance NHRA Midwest Nationals (PSM) St. Louis
Oct. 1-4 NHRA Nationals (PSM) Reading, Pa.
Oct. 15-18 AAA Texas NHRA FallNationals (PSM) Dallas
Oct. 29-Nov. 1 NHRA Toyota Nationals (PSM) Las Vegas
Nov. 12-15 Auto Club NHRA Finals (PSM) Pomona, Calif.
(PSM) – Event will include Pro Stock Motorcycle

POINTS LEADERS DEMKE, BRAND TRIUMPH IN TOPEKA

POSTED ON August 25th  - POSTED IN Drag Strip, News

TOPEKA, Kan.– In the final results from Heartland Park Topeka and the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, Chris Demke, Tujunga, Calif., and Dale Brand of Sully, Iowa, took home the wins in Top Alcohol Dragster and Top Alcohol Funny Car respectively. With their weekend wins, both racers currently sit on top of the NHRA Lucas Oil National Championship point standings.

 

After a long day of racing, Demke worked his way through the field from the No.1 qualifying position and ran 5.336 seconds at 268.44 mph in his final round victory over Randy Meyer, Spring Hill, Kan., who clocked in at 5.383 seconds, 265.53 mph.

 

Brand faced off against John Lombardo Jr., Brea, Calif., and posted a winning run of 5.669 seconds at 256.41 mph in his ’14 Camaro with an approximate margin of victory of 6 feet.  Lombardo drove to a 5.653 second, 256.75 mph lap for his runner up finish, coming up just short two years in a row at this event.

 

Local racer Todd Patterson, Augusta, Kan., took out the event’s No. 1 qualifier Clark Smiley, Denver City, Texas, in the Comp Eliminator final with a 7.962 second, 170.64 mph pass. Other competitors visiting the Winner’s Circle include Michael Compton, Neosho, Mo., in Super Stock; Larry DeForrest, Ramsey, Minn., in Stock Eliminator; and Tony Brown of Hallsville, Texas, used a perfect reaction time off the line to prevail in Super Stock. Robby Lopez, Irving, Texas, picked up the Super Gas trophy while Curt Epperson from Silver Lake, Kan., won the Super Street title in his ’63 Chevy II.

 

In the division’s FinelineGraphics / MadcapEngines Top Dragster class it was Jenifer White, Conroe, Texas, taking the win while Jim White, Haysville, Kan., won in the Jerry Haas Race Cars Top Sportsman category.  Also competing at the event was the Sportsman Motorcycle presented by Harley Davidson class with Curtis Spracklin of Omaha, Neb., taking home the hardware with the assistance of a perfect reaction time.

 

Many of these racers will head to Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis next weekend where they will meet up with the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, August 27 – September 1 for the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals. The West Central division will continue at Tri-State Raceway in Earlville, Iowa for the next NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series event, September 5-7.

 

The following are Saturday’s final results from the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, West Central division event at Heartland Park Topeka:

 

TOP ALCOHOL DRAGSTER

Round 1

4) James Thompson, Vernon, Texas, 5.524, 262.79 def. 5) Christine Chambless, ScottCity, Kan., 5.981, 164.95

3) Randy Meyer, Spring Hill, Kan., 5.518, 262.23 def. 6) Todd Odom, Dallas, Texas, 5.711, 239.65

2) Chase Copeland, Gainesville, Texas, 5.503, 262.79 def. 7) Brandon Pierce, Cypress, Texas, 5.582, 222.84

1) Chris Demke, Tujunga, Calif., 5.375, 270.00 def. 8) James Stevens, Gothenburg, Neb., 5.516, 259.86

 

Semifinals

Meyer, 5.358, 268.54 def. Copeland, 15.130, 65.38

Demke, 5.320, 271.02 def. Thompson, 13.356, 62.63

 

Final

Demke, 5.336, 268.44 def. Meyer, 5.383, 265.53

 

TOP ALCOHOL FUNNY CAR

Round 1

3) Dale Brand, Sully, Iowa, ’14 Camaro, 5.710, 256.16 def. 6) Kirk Williams, Glenwood, Iowa, ’04 Camaro, 5.758, 247.52

5) Shane Westerfield, Anaheim, Calif., ’06 Monte Carlo, 7.540, 129.28 def. 4) Kris Hool, Casper, Wyo., ’06 Monte Carlo, broke

1) John Lombardo Jr., Brea, Calif., ’10 Mustang, 5.693, 254.57 def. 9) Nancy Matter, Lewisville, Texas, ’02 Camaro, broke

7) Lance Van Hauen, Reinbeck, Iowa, ’14 Camaro, 5.849, 244.16 def. 2) Annie Whiteley, Grand Junction, Colo., ’10 Mustang, broke

 

Semifinals

Brand, 5.717, 255.97 def. Van Hauen, 5.862, 242.67

Lombardo Jr., 5.713, 254.95 def. Westerfield, 9.608, 90.68

 

Final

Brand, 5.669, 256.41 def. Lombardo Jr., 5.653, 256.75

 

COMP ELIMINATOR

Todd Patterson, Augusta, Kan., ’12 Cobalt, A/SMA, 7.962, 170.64  def. Clark Smiley, Denver City, Texas, ’09 GXP, BB/A, 7.357, 185.23

 

SUPER STOCK

Michael Compton, Neosho, Mo., ’92 Camaro, SS/BS, 9.152, 146.72 def. Justin Jenkins, Beatrice, Neb., ’10 Cobalt, GT/CA, 9.764, 131.56

 

STOCK ELIMINATOR

Larry DeForrest, Ramsey, Minn., ’10 Mustang, D/SA, 10.638, 124.03  def. Duane Dickens, San Clemente, Calif., ’66 Chevy II, K/SA, 11.829, 109.59

 

SUPER COMP

Tony Brown, Hallsville, Texas, dragster, 8.923, 170.26 def. Jeff Lopez, Bedford, Texas, dragster, 8.905, 160.75

 

SUPER GAS

Robby Lopez, Irving, Texas, ’63 Corvette, 9.868, 149.51 def. Trevor Larson, Starbuck, Minn., ’08 Corvette, foul

 

SUPER STREET

Curt Epperson, Silver Lake, Kan., ’63 Chevy II, 10.906, 141.71  def. Greg Parson, Whitehouse, Texas, ’77 Nova, 10.897, 139.41

 

TOP DRAGSTER

Jenifer White, Conroe, Texas, dragster, 6.395, 212.16 def. Matt Driskell, Wellsville, Kan., dragster, 6.659, 201.91

 

TOP SPORTSMAN

Jim White, Haysville, Kan., ’09 Cobalt, 6.834, 179.11 def. Keith Sasich, Bartonville, Texas, ’07 GTO, broke

 

SPORTSMAN MOTORCYCLE PRESENTED BY HARLEY DAVIDSON

Curtis Spracklin, Omaha, Neb., ’05 Kawasaki, 8.678, 144.55 def. Beau Drexler, Lakewood, Colo., ’80 Kawasaki, 8.704, 147.94

Winners crowned at Heartland Park

POSTED ON August 24th  - POSTED IN Drag Strip, News
DIVISION 5
Heartland Park Topeka
Topeka, Kan., Aug. 22-23, 2014

Results will be posted as soon as they are available. For detailed results, go toDrag Race Central

 


Saturday

TOPEKA, Kan. – The NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series tackled the quarter mile strip at Heartland Park Topeka with hundreds of racers going head to head in today’s elimination rounds for the annual event.  Winners were crowned in Top Alcohol Dragster and Funny Car, Comp Eliminator and the rest of the classes that make up the nationwide series.

Many of these racers will head to Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis next weekend where they will meet up with the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, Aug. 27-Sept. 1 for the Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals.  The West Central division Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series is back in action the following weekend, Sept. 5-7 at Tri-State Raceway in Earlville, Iowa.

The following are Saturday’s final results from the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, West Central Division event at Heartland Park Topeka:

TOP ALCOHOL DRAGSTER:
ROUND ONE
4) James Thompson, Vernon, Texas, 5.524, 262.79 def.
5) Christine Chambless, Scott City, Kan., 5.981, 164.95;

3) Randy Meyer, Spring Hill, Kan., 5.518, 262.23 def.
6) Todd Odom, Dallas, Texas, 5.711, 239.65;

2) Chase Copeland, Gainesville, Texas, 5.503, 262.79 def.
7) Brandon Pierce, Cypress, Texas, 5.582, 222.84;

1) Chris Demke, Tujunga, Calif., 5.375, 270.00 def.
8) James Stevens, Gothenburg, Neb., 5.516, 259.86;

SEMI-FINALS
Meyer, 5.358, 268.54 def. Copeland, 15.130, 65.38;
Demke, 5.320, 271.02 def. Thompson, 13.356, 62.63;

FINALS
Demke, 5.336, 268.44 def. Meyer, 5.383, 265.53.

TOP ALCOHOL FUNNY CAR:
ROUND ONE
3) Dale Brand, Sully, Iowa, ’14 Camaro, 5.710, 256.16 def.
6) Kirk Williams, Glenwood, Iowa, ’04 Camaro, 5.758, 247.52;

5) Shane Westerfield, Anaheim, Calif., ’06 Monte Carlo, 7.540, 129.28 def.
4) Kris Hool, Casper, Wyo., ’06 Monte Carlo, broke;

1) John Lombardo Jr., Brea, Calif., ’10 Mustang, 5.693, 254.57 def.
9) Nancy Matter, Lewisville, Texas, ’02 Camaro, broke;

7) Lance Van Hauen, Reinbeck, Iowa, ’14 Camaro, 5.849, 244.16 def.
2) Annie Whiteley, Grand Junction, Colo., ’10 Mustang, broke;

SEMI-FINALS
Brand, 5.717, 255.97 def. Van Hauen, 5.862, 242.67;
Lombardo Jr., 5.713, 254.95 def. Westerfield, 9.608, 90.68;

FINALS
Brand, 5.669, 256.41 def. Lombardo Jr., 5.653, 256.75.

COMPETITION ELIMINATOR
Todd Patterson, Augusta, Kan., ’12 Cobalt, A/SMA, 7.962, 170.64  def.
Clark Smiley, Denver City, Texas, ’09 GXP, BB/A, 7.357, 185.23.

SUPER STOCK
Michael Compton, Neosho, Mo., ’92 Camaro, SS/BS, 9.152, 146.72  def.
Justin Jenkins, Beatrice, Neb., ’10 Cobalt, GT/CA, 9.764, 131.56.

STOCK ELIMINATOR
Larry DeForrest, Ramsey, Minn., ’10 Mustang, D/SA, 10.638, 124.03  def.
Duane Dickens, San Clemente, Calif., ’66 Chevy II, K/SA, 11.829, 109.59.

SUPER COMP
Tony Brown, Hallsville, Texas, dragster, 8.923, 170.26  def.
Jeff Lopez, Bedford, Texas, dragster, 8.905, 160.75.

SUPER GAS
Robby Lopez, Irving, Texas, ’63 Corvette, 9.868, 149.51  def.
Trevor Larson, Starbuck, Minn., ’08 Corvette, foul.

SUPER STREET
Curt Epperson, Silver Lake, Kan., ’63 Chevy II, 10.906, 141.71  def.
Greg Parson, Whitehouse, Texas, ’77 Nova, 10.897, 139.41.

TOP DRAGSTER
Jenifer White, Conroe, Texas, dragster, 6.395, 212.16  def.
Matt Driskell, Wellsville, Kan., dragster, 6.659, 201.91.

TOP SPORTSMAN
Jim White, Haysville, Kan., ’09 Cobalt, 6.834, 179.11  def.
Keith Sasich, Bartonville, Texas, ’07 GTO, broke.

SPORTSMAN MOTORCYCLE PRESENTED BY HARLEY DAVIDSON
Curtis Spracklin, Omaha, Neb., ’05 Kawasaki, 8.678, 144.55  def. Beau Drexler, Lakewood, Colo., ’80 Kawasaki, 8.704, 147.94.

The following are Saturday’s final qualifying results from the NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series, West Central Division event at Heartland Park Topeka:

TOP ALCOHOL DRAGSTER
1) Chris Demke, Tujunga, Calif., 5.325 seconds, 268.12 mph
2) Chase Copeland, Gainesville, Texas, 5.391, 265.53
3) Randy Meyer, Spring Hill, Kan., 5.396, 266.27
4) James Thompson, Vernon, Texas, 5.415, 266.00
5) Christine Chambless, Scott City, Kan., 5.432, 257.73
6) Todd Odom, Dallas, Texas, 5.451, 258.57
7) Brandon Pierce, Cypress, Texas, 5.497, 251.30
8) James Stevens, Gothenburg, Neb., 5.503, 260.21
Not Qualified
9) Jeff Veale, Stoney Creek, Ont., 5.532, 261.62
10) Gordon Gingles, Winnipeg, Manit., 5.543, 266.00
11) Joey Severance, Woodburn, Ore., 5.549, 263.77
12) Aaron Tatum, Oklahoma City, Okla., 5.567, 260.81
13) Dean Dubbin, Royalton, Minn., 5.646, 245.27
14) Eugene Tumbarello, Denver, Colo., 5.759, 229.12

TOP ALCOHOL FUNNY CAR
1) John Lombardo Jr., Brea, Calif., ’10 Mustang, 5.670 seconds, 256.41 mph
2) Annie Whiteley, Grand Junction, Colo., ’10 Mustang, 5.702, 254.76
3) Dale Brand, Sully, Iowa, ’14 Camaro, 5.706, 256.41
4) Kris Hool, Casper, Wyo., ’06 Monte Carlo, 5.726, 254.86
5) Shane Westerfield, Anaheim, Calif., ’06 Monte Carlo, 5.734, 254.14
6) Kirk Williams, Glenwood, Iowa, ’04 Camaro, 5.777, 249.16
7) Lance Van Hauen, Reinbeck, Iowa, ’14 Camaro, 5.943, 240.25
8) Mark Billington, Prosper, Texas, ’06 Monte Carlo, 5.945, 244.43
Not Qualified
9) Nancy Matter, Lewisville, Texas, ’02 Camaro, 5.979, 240.08
10) Billy Davis, Rogers, Ark., ’10 Mustang, 6.227, 185.97

COMPETITION ELIMINATOR
1) Clark Smiley, Denver City, Texas, ’09 GXP, BB/A, 7.397 seconds, -0.533 (under index)
2) Todd Patterson, Augusta, Kan., ’12 Cobalt, A/SMA, 7.964, -0.526
3) Shaun Vincent, Omaha, Neb., ’02 S-10, C/TA, 8.490, -0.510
4) Bruno Massel, Woodridge, Ill., ’10 Cobalt, DD/AT, 7.119, -0.501
5) Pat Nahan, Sartell, Minn., dragster, E/D, 7.416, -0.464
6) Jim Greenheck, Schofield, Wis., ’12 Camaro, C/AA, 7.426, -0.444
7) Duane Robison, Gardner, Kan., ’09 GXP, C/A, 7.475, -0.395
8) Terry Ticel, Lawrence, Kan., ’09 GXP, G/AA, 8.472, -0.378
9) William Hatcher, Satanta, Kan., dragster, A/DA, 6.733, -0.367
10) Mitch Withers, Pratt, Kan., ’07 GTO, A/A, 6.796, -0.314

SUPER STOCK
1) Jason DeForrest, Andover, Minn., ’05 Cavalier, GT/BA, 9.383 seconds, -0.867 (under index)
2) Mike Town, Paola, Kan., ’84 Regal, GT/MA, 10.925, -0.825
3) Ed Wright, Tulsa, Okla., ’96 Trans Am, SS/JA, 10.182, -0.818
4) Rob Cruzen, Cleveland, Okla., ’02 Cavalier, GT/EA, 9.847, -0.803
5) Phil Unruh, McPherson, Kan., ’10 Cobalt, SS/CM, 8.734, -0.766
6) Tony Shaffer, Independence, Mo., ’80 Malibu, GT/KA, 10.695, -0.755
7) Carroll Warling, Brighton, Colo., ’74 LeMans, SS/MA, 11.100, -0.750
8) Chris Chaney, Claremore, Okla., ’92 Camaro, GT/IA, 10.459, -0.741
9) Robert Cruzen, Las Vegas, Nev., ’06 Cobalt, GT/AA, 9.360, -0.740
10) Michael Mans, Rogers, Minn., ’00 Firebird, SS/AS, 8.890, -0.710

STOCK ELIMINATOR
1) Larry DeForrest, Ramsey, Minn., ’10 Mustang, D/SA, 10.541 seconds, -1.009 (under index)
2) Ryan Montford, Wichita, Kan., ’13 Camaro, BB/SA, 9.342, -0.958
3) Jamie Greening, Columbia, Mo., ’96 S-10, O/S, 12.150, -0.950
4) Duane Dickens, San Clemente, Calif., ’66 Chevy II, K/SA, 11.734, -0.916
5) Bruno Massel, Woodridge, Ill., ’14 Camaro, AAA/SA, 8.788, -0.912
6) Jacob Pitt, Mansfield, Texas, ’69 Barracuda, C/SA, 10.543, -0.857
7) Arthur Thibert, Tilbury, Ont., ’80 Malibu, K/SA, 11.796, -0.854
8) Mark Kirby, Bakersfield, Calif., ’73 Duster, F/SA, 11.025, -0.825
9) Brad VanLant, Linn Creek, Mo., ’71 Duster, E/SA, 10.876, -0.824
10) Dic Geary, Broomfield, Colo., ’85 Camaro, I/SA, 11.543, -0.757

TOP SPORTSMAN
1) Bob Gulitti, Tomball, Texas, ’11 Camaro, 6.471 seconds, 215.44 mph
2) Allen Firestone, Velma, Okla., ’13 Camaro, 6.476, 217.81
3) Norman Brungardt, Liberal, Kan., ’13 Camaro, 6.726, 205.98
4) Jim White, Haysville, Kan., ’09 Cobalt, 6.731, 209.46
5) Keith Sasich, Bartonville, Texas, ’07 GTO, 6.754, 205.98
6) Greg Lair, Canyon, Texas, ’14 Camaro, 6.773, 206.26
7) J.J. Heber, Centennial, Colo., ’06 Mustang, 6.803, 200.26
8) Michael Chitty, Ames, Iowa, ’04 Cavalier, 6.807, 203.06
9) Royce Freeman, Lindsay, Okla., ’09 GXP, 6.854, 205.94
10) Rich Smith, Wentzville, Mo., ’04 Cavalier, 6.912, 200.47

TOP DRAGSTER
1) Wade Pennington, Ada, Okla., dragster, 6.257 seconds, 220.51 mph
2) Mike Meier, Walford, Iowa, dragster, 6.359, 214.55
3) Jenifer White, Conroe, Texas, dragster, 6.363, 211.06
4) Bradley Thompson, Vernon, Texas, dragster, 6.394, 215.75
5) Phil Unruh, McPherson, Kan., dragster, 6.457, 212.33
6) Lee Ramey, Marlow, Okla., dragster, 6.523, 210.97
7) Jeff Koron, Hays, Kan., dragster, 6.553, 207.91
8) Larry Piper, Wamego, Kan., dragster, 6.566, 206.29
9) Mallori Rodgers, McAlester, Okla., dragster, 6.603, 202.18
10) Matt Driskell, Wellsville, Kan., dragster, 6.652, 202.15

SPORTSMAN MOTORCYCLE PRESENTED BY HARLEY DAVIDSON
1) John Fitzpatrick, Park City, Kan., ’95 Suzuki, ETMX, 0.000 seconds reaction time
2) Robert Sanders, Katy, Texas, ’82 Suzuki, ETMX, 0.002
3) Cameron Belisle, Hugo, Minn., ’90 Suzuki, ETMX, 0.005
4) Curtis Spracklin, Omaha, Neb., ’05 Kawasaki, ETMX, 0.005
5) Jason Clampitt, Lino Lakes, Minn., ’79 Kawasaki, ETMX, 0.009
6) Ricky Martin, Coweta, Okla., ’80 Kawasaki, ETMX, 0.009
7) Les Knaak, Wichita, Kan., ’09 Hayabusa, ETMX, 0.010
8) Beau Drexler, Lakewood, Colo., ’80 Kawasaki, ETMX, 0.010
9) Leland Sykes, Denver, Colo., ’99 Kawasaki, ETMX, 0.013
10) David Olsen, Littleton, Colo., ’13 Timblin, ETMX, 0.013

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