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NHRA Chicago Route 66 Nationals Results

by Motorsport.com

JOLIET, Ill. - John Force became NHRA's all-time win leader Sunday with a victory at the Prestone Route 66 Nationals. Gary Scelzi, Ron Krisher, Antron Brown, and Bob Panella also were pro category winners at the $2 million race, the 10th of 23 events in the NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series.

The win moved Force past Pro Stock legend Bob Glidden for the mark in drag racing history and also extended his Winston Funny Car points lead over arch rival Jerry Toliver. The win is Force's fourth straight victory of 2000 and fifth overall.

Force, from Yorba Linda, Calif., posted a run of 4.842 seconds at 318.09 mph to defeat WWF Racing's Toliver, who posted a run of 4.934 at 312.64 in a Chevy Camaro. The run mirrored his Mustang's consistently quick performance throughout the day in round wins over hometown favorite John Lawson, Tony Pedregon, and Ron Capps. While it was Force's 86th career victory, it was his first at the state-of-the-art Route 66 Raceway.

"I just tripped out," said Force, who was overcome with emotion after reaching the milestone. "I felt like a kid again after that win. I was so excited. It's the most awesome feeling in the world. We dedicated this win to Austin Coil (crew chief) because he's from Chicago. He's the guy. He's just brilliant and knows how to run a hot rod. He gets this trophy."

Force started his NHRA career in 1978, but it took him nine years to win his first national event. After hiring Coil in the late '80s, the 51-year-old driver dominated the category throughout the '90s, claiming nine Winston championships and most of his victories.

Scelzi, from Fresno, Calif., rebounded from a spectacular crash on Friday and used the backup car to win his 18th Top Fuel race, knocking off Larry Dixon for the second time in as many weeks. Scelzi covered the quarter-mile distance in 4.642 at 317.43 in his Team Winston dragster, edging Dixon's Miller Lite dragster at the finish, which posted a slower 4.702 at 313.07.

Scelzi defeated Rhonda Hartman-Smith, Andrew Cowin, and Tony Schumacher to advance to the final. Scelzi's semi-final victory over rival Schumacher was one of the most dramatic races of the day, as the Team Winston dragster's engine erupted into a ball of flame near the finish. Schumacher lost traction, but recovered in time to make it close at the finish.

"The round against Tony was one of the toughest ones I've ever had," said Scelzi, who increased his points lead to 60 over Dixon and 68 in front of third place Schumacher. "I knew I was in trouble right off the starting line because I knew the motor was flat. The way it was vibrating, I knew there might be a fire to come. I never saw Tony, so I stayed in the gas. When the front wheels got to the finish line I shut it off, hit the parachutes, and squeezed the brake, then Tony went by. Then the fire flashed inside. You've got to have a lucky round to win and today we had that lucky round against Schumacher."

Krisher, from Warren, Ohio, earned his first career Pro Stock victory by keeping Troy Coughlin winless for his career. Krisher drove his Eagle One Pontiac Firebird to a 6.888 at 199.43, outdistancing Coughlin's
Oldsmobile Cutlass, which ran 6.924 at 197.36. "We've been building confidence this season but just doing some dumb things," said Krisher, who was the top qualifier, set low elapsed time, and top speed in a dominating performance. "Today we managed to control it and the car ran consistent all day."

With the win, Krisher moved to third overall in the Winston point standings. Jeg Coughlin defeated Warren Johnson in a rare first round match and extended his Winston points lead to 266 over the five-time champ.

Brown, from Chesterfield, N.J., earned his fourth career Pro Stock Motorcycle win and first of the season in an all-Suzuki final match with Craig Treble. Brown covered the distance in 7.217 at 181.32 on his Team 23/AnythingOvernight.com two-wheeler, while Treble posted a 7.264 at 182.21 on his Team Scream ride. Brown's march to victory included round wins over Rob Short, Angelle Seeling, and Matt Hines.

"This is pretty awesome," said Brown, who becomes the fourth different bike winner of the season. "We faced the best out here today and pulled it off. It was tough. Whenever you have to race Matt and Angelle in the same day, and you can beat them, you've earned it. Craig's really tough too. He's really quick on the starting line. That was a really close final."

Seeling remained in the Winston points lead, 36 ahead of Hines. Brown moved to fifth overall with the win.

Stockton, Calif.'s Panella took his third Pro Stock Truck victory of the season and second straight at Route 66 Raceway, defeating arch rival Randy Daniels in an all Chevy S-10 final. Panella clocked a 7.530 at
177.42 to edge the 7.535 at 178.87 performance of Daniels' machine. "This place has been good for me and I'm not sure what it is," said Panella. "I've been so busy trying to figure out how to beat that blue and white truck (Daniels) that I just realized that I also won here last year. It's good to get back on the winning track. This win is very important at this time of the season when we're focusing on winning another championship."

Panella increased his Winston points lead to 33 over Daniels with the victory.

The next NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series event is the 36th annual Pontiac Excitement Nationals presented by Summit Racing, June 15-18 at National Trail Raceway near Columbus, Ohio.

JOLIET, Ill. - Sunday's final finish order (1-16) for professional categories at the third annual Prestone Route 66 Nationals at Route 66 Raceway. The $2 million race is the 10th of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series.

TOP FUEL:

1. Gary Scelzi; 2. Larry Dixon; 3. Doug Kalitta; 4. Tony Schumacher; 5. Bob Vandergriff; 6. Andrew Cowin; 7. Don Lampus; 8. Cory McClenathan; 9. Doug Herbert; 10. David Grubnic; 11. Rhonda Hartman-Smith; 12. Kenny Bernstein; 13. Joe Hartley; 14. Joe Amato; 15. Bobby Lagana; 16. Tim Gibson.

FUNNY CAR:

1. John Force, Ford Mustang; 2. Jerry Toliver, Chevy Camaro; 3. Ron Capps, Camaro; 4. Del Worsham, Pontiac Firebird; 5. Jim Epler, Camaro; 6. Dean Skuza, Dodge Avenger; 7. Bob Gilbertson, Camaro; 8. Tony Pedregon, Mustang; 9. Al Hofmann, Firebird; 10. Tim Wilkerson, Firebird; 11. John Lawson, Firebird; 12. Whit Bazemore, Camaro; 13. Frank Pedregon, Firebird; 14. Todd Paton, Camaro; 15. Gary Densham, Firebird; 16. Bruce Sarver, Firebird.

PRO STOCK:

1. Ron Krisher, Pontiac Firebird; 2. Troy Coughlin, Oldsmobile Cutlass; 3. Jeg Coughlin, Cutlass; 4. Kurt Johnson, Chevy Camaro; 5. Tom Martino, Firebird; 6. Rickie Smith, Camaro; 7. Tony Gillig, Cutlass; 8. Allen Johnson, Dodge Avenger; 9. Mark Pawuk, Firebird; 10. Warren Johnson, Firebird; 11. Brad Jeter, Firebird; 12. Terry Adams, Firebird; 13. Richie Stevens, Firebird; 14. Bruce Allen, Firebird; 15. Robert Patrick, Ford Mustang; 16. Jim Yates, Firebird.

PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE:

1. Antron Brown, Suzuki; 2. Craig Treble, Suzuki; 3. David Schultz, Suzuki; 4. Matt Hines, Suzuki; 5. Angelle Seeling, Suzuki; 6. Geno Scali, Suzuki; 7. Tony Mullen, Suzuki; 8. Fred Collis, Suzuki; 9. Shawn Gann, Suzuki; 10. Ron Ayers, Suzuki; 11. Rob Short, Kawasaki; 12. C.J. Smith, Kawasaki; 13. Steve Johnson, Suzuki; 14. Reggie Showers, Suzuki; 15. Hector Arana, Suzuki; 16. Clarence Markham, Suzuki.

PRO STOCK TRUCK:

1. Bob Panella Jr, Chevy S-10; 2. Randy Daniels, S-10; 3. Mike Coughlin, S-10; 4. Greg Stanfield, S-10; 5. John Coughlin, S-10; 6. Brian Self, S-10; 7. Larry Seay, S-10; 8. Steve Johns, S-10; 9. Rick Jones, GMC Sonoma; 10. Jeff Naiser, S-10; 11. John Lingenfelter, Sonoma; 12. Tim Freeman, S-10; 13. Todd Patterson, Dodge Dakota; 14. Taylor Lastor, S-10; 15. Jeff Gracia, S-10; 16. Scott Tidwell, S-10.

JOLIET, Ill. -- Sunday's final results from the third annual Prestone Route 66 Nationals at Route 66 Raceway. The $2 million race is the 10th of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series:

Top Fuel -- Gary Scelzi, 4.642 seconds, 314.53 mph def. Larry Dixon, 4.702 seconds, 313.07 mph.

Funny Car -- John Force, Ford Mustang, 4.842, 318.09 def. Jerry Toliver, Chevy Camaro, 4.934, 312.64.

Pro Stock -- Ron Krisher, Pontiac Firebird, 6.888, 199.43 def. Troy Coughlin, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 6.924, 197.36.

Pro Stock Bike -- Antron Brown, Suzuki, 7.217, 181.32 def. Craig Treble, Suzuki, 7.264, 182.21.

Pro Stock Truck -- Bob Panella Jr, Chevy S-10, 7.530, 177.42 def. Randy Daniels, Chevy S-10, 7.535, 178.87.

Federal-Mogul Dragster -- Jeff Wilson, 5.430, 259.76 def. Shawn Bowen, 5.577, 259.41.

Federal-Mogul Funny Car -- Pat Austin, Pontiac Firebird, 5.619, 255.00 def. Cy Chesterman, Pontiac Trans Am, 9.614, 86.11.

Comp Eliminator -- Jerry Arnold, 8.543, 153.04 def. Doug Engels, 7.602, 166.56.

Super Stock -- Jeff Sexton, Chevy Camaro, 8.963, 140.47 def. Dave Boertman, Pontiac Formula, 10.504, 121.46.

Stock -- Larry Hodge, Buick Skylark, 12.575, 95.15 def. Al Corda, Pontiac Firebird, 11.152, 118.60.

Super Comp -- Jeff Szilagyi, Dragster, 8.901, 160.40 def. Mark Hackett, Dragster, 8.891, 158.26.

Super Gas -- Lynn Ellison, Chevrolet Corvette, 9.985, 145.14 def. Don Westra, '27 Ford Roadster, 10.015, 144.33.

JOLIET, Ill. - Sunday's final round-by-round results from the third annual Prestone Route 66 Nationals at Route 66 Raceway, the 10th of 23 events in the $45 million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series:

TOP FUEL:

ROUND ONE -- Bob Vandergriff, 4.720, 303.03 def. Tim Gibson, broke; Larry Dixon, 4.746, 311.20 def. David Grubnic, 4.822, 293.28; Doug Kalitta, 4.690, 309.34 def. Doug Herbert, 4.641, 316.67; Tony Schumacher, 4.580, 320.13 def. Joe Hartley, 8.596, 90.68; Cory McClenathan, 4.645, 314.83 def. Bobby Lagana, 14.295, 63.49; Gary Scelzi, 4.669, 299.13 def. Rhonda Hartman-Smith, 4.849, 309.56; Don Lampus, 4.727, 307.30 def. Joe Amato, 11.251, 92.73; Andrew Cowin, 4.703, 309.42 def. Kenny Bernstein, 8.174, 86.71;

QUARTERFINALS -- Kalitta, 4.733, 304.05 def. Lampus, 4.771, 298.07; Dixon, 4.856, 302.14 def. McClenathan, 5.389, 188.99; Schumacher, 4.630, 319.07 def. Vandergriff, 4.690, 309.06; Scelzi, 4.663, 305.91 def. Cowin, 4.705, 302.14;

SEMIFINALS -- Dixon, 4.665, 312.42 def. Kalitta, 4.784, 293.09; Scelzi, 5.459, 224.51 def. Schumacher, 6.364, 43.98;

FINAL -- Scelzi, 4.642, 314.53 def. Dixon, 4.702, 313.07.

FUNNY CAR:

ROUND ONE -- Jerry Toliver, Chevy Camaro/Pontiac Firebird, 4.993, 302.28 def. Al Hofmann, Firebird, 4.988, 297.88; Bob Gilbertson, Camaro, 5.045, 298.67 def. Tim Wilkerson, Firebird, 5.028, 267.59; John Force, Ford Mustang, 4.885, 313.07 def. John Lawson, Firebird, 5.054, 303.09; Ron Capps, Camaro, 4.929, 298.47 def. Bruce Sarver, Firebird, 9.695, 87.16; Dean Skuza, Dodge Avenger, 4.935, 306.81 def. Whit Bazemore, Camaro, 5.068, 307.02; Jim Epler, Camaro, 4.911, 311.05 def. Gary Densham, Firebird, 9.372, 97.80; Del Worsham, Firebird, 5.814, 264.60 def. Todd Paton, Camaro, 7.679, 131.82; Tony Pedregon, Mustang, 5.109, 304.12 def. Frank Pedregon, Firebird, 5.520, 203.52;

QUARTERFINALS -- Capps, 4.889, 304.67 def. Skuza, 5.035, 294.82; Toliver, 4.885, 309.84 def. Epler, 4.959, 304.87; Force, 4.907, 312.28 def. T. Pedregon, 12.446, 79.41; Worsham, 5.085, 301.60 def. Gilbertson, 5.098, 293.79;

SEMIFINALS -- Force, 4.948, 316.90 def. Capps, 7.219, 114.25; Toliver, 4.831, 314.53 def. Worsham, broke;

FINAL -- Force, 4.842, 318.09 def. Toliver, 4.934, 312.64.

PRO STOCK:

ROUND ONE -- Allen Johnson, Dodge Avenger, 6.983, 194.83 def. Bruce Allen, Pontiac Firebird, 7.057, 185.18; Tom Martino, Firebird, 6.957, 196.82 def. Terry Adams, Firebird, 6.979, 197.33; Kurt Johnson, Chevy Camaro, 6.946, 197.88 def. Richie Stevens, Firebird, 6.993, 194.55; Jeg Coughlin, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 6.904, 198.17 def. Warren Johnson, Firebird, 6.957, 197.65; Rickie Smith, Camaro, 6.917, 197.36 def. Mark Pawuk, Firebird, 6.929, 197.33; Tony Gillig, Cutlass, 6.919, 196.85 def. Brad Jeter, Firebird, 6.962, 197.71; Troy Coughlin, Cutlass, 6.913, 197.74 def. Jim Yates, Firebird, 8.415, 115.76; Ron Krisher, Firebird, 6.868, 199.14 def. Robert Patrick, Ford Mustang, 8.187, 120.98;

QUARTERFINALS -- K. Johnson, 6.878, 198.67 def. Gillig, 6.947, 197.22; T. Coughlin, 6.920, 197.77 def. Martino, 6.885, 199.05; J. Coughlin, 6.884, 198.26 def. R. Smith, 6.915, 198.44; Krisher, 6.864, 199.64 def. A. Johnson, foul;

SEMIFINALS -- T. Coughlin, 6.896, 198.35 def. K. Johnson, 6.966, 197.31; Krisher, 6.877, 199.02 def. J. Coughlin, 6.910, 198.58;

FINAL -- Krisher, 6.888, 199.43 def. T. Coughlin, 6.924, 197.36.

PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE:

ROUND ONE -- Geno Scali, Suzuki, 7.303, 177.32 def. Hector Arana, Suzuki, no show; Fred Collis, Suzuki, 7.406, 178.78 def. Shawn Gann, Suzuki, 7.445, 172.50; Angelle Seeling, Suzuki, 7.228, 181.62 def. Steve Johnson, Suzuki, 7.498, 174.10; Matt Hines, Suzuki, 7.221, 183.00 def. Ron Ayers, Suzuki, 7.449, 177.32; Craig Treble, Suzuki, 7.308, 180.09 def. Clarence Markham, Suzuki, broke; Antron Brown, Suzuki, 7.226, 182.50 def. Rob Short, Kawasaki, 7.452, 179.52; David Schultz, Suzuki, 7.316, 181.62 def. C.J. Smith, Kawasaki, 7.474, 163.75; Tony Mullen, Suzuki, 7.266, 183.00 def. Reggie Showers, Suzuki, 7.557, 167.03;

QUARTERFINALS -- Schultz, 7.280, 179.33 def. Collis, 7.385, 180.33; Treble, 7.314, 182.92 def. Mullen, 7.313, 181.64; Hines, 7.202, 186.00 def. Scali, 7.296, 182.85; Brown, 7.228, 185.00 def. Seeling, 7.282, 182.67;

SEMIFINALS -- Treble, 7.258, 183.49 def. Schultz, 7.288, 182.40; Brown, 7.214, 184.77 def. Hines, foul;

FINAL -- Brown, 7.217, 181.32 def. Treble, 7.264, 182.21.

PRO STOCK TRUCK:

ROUND ONE -- John Coughlin, Chevy S-10, 7.538, 178.19 def. Todd Patterson, Dodge Dakota, 7.670, 174.80; Larry Seay, S-10, 7.571, 175.98 def. Jeff Gracia, S-10, 9.981, 92.35; Steve Johns, S-10, 7.566, 178.12 def. Scott Tidwell, S-10, 10.422, 86.65; Brian Self, S-10, 7.565, 176.95 def. Rick Jones, GMC Sonoma, 7.571, 176.72; Greg Stanfield, S-10, 7.538, 177.16 def. Taylor Lastor, S-10, 9.048, 106.71; Bob Panella Jr, S-10, 7.494, 178.24 def. Jeff Naiser, S-10, 7.580, 177.09; Mike Coughlin, S-10, 7.517, 178.10 def. Tim Freeman, S-10, 7.628, 176.74; Randy Daniels, S-10, 7.516, 178.68 def. John Lingenfelter, Sonoma, 7.580, 176.10;

QUARTERFINALS -- Stanfield, 7.552, 176.88 def. Self, 7.565, 177.44; M. Coughlin, 7.515, 178.35 def. Seay, foul; Daniels, 7.511, 178.52 def. Johns, foul; Panella Jr, 7.480, 178.73 def. J. Coughlin, 7.535, 178.35;

SEMIFINALS -- Daniels, 7.507, 178.97 def. M. Coughlin, 7.579, 177.74; Panella Jr, 7.509, 178.17 def. Stanfield, 7.664, 163.87;

FINAL -- Panella Jr, 7.530, 177.42 def. Daniels, 7.535, 178.87.


JOLIET, Ill. -- Point standings (top 10) for NHRA professional categories following the 3rd annual Prestone Route 66 Nationals at Route 66 Raceway, the 10th of 23 events in the $45-million NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series:

TOP FUEL:

1. Gary Scelzi, 798; 2. Larry Dixon, 738; 3. Tony Schumacher, 730; 4. Kenny Bernstein, 603; 5. Joe Amato, 566; 6. Doug Kalitta, 487; 7. Cory McClenathan, 445; 8. Doug Herbert, 387; 9. Don Lampus, 345; 10. David Grubnic, 328.

FUNNY CAR:

1. John Force, 795; 2. Jerry Toliver, 740; 3. Ron Capps, 675; 4. Tony Pedregon, 609; 5. Jim Epler, 477; 6. Dean Skuza, 395; 7. Del Worsham, 382; 8. Scotty Cannon, 385; 9. Bob Gilbertson, 379; 10. Whit Bazemore, 369.

PRO STOCK:

1. Jeg Coughlin, 861; 2. Warren Johnson, 595; 3. (tie) Ron Krisher; Troy Coughlin, 548; 5. Jim Yates, 490; 6. Kurt Johnson, 473; 7. Mark Pawuk, 468; 8. Richie Stevens, 454; 9. Bruce Allen, 435; 10. Tom Martino, 418.

PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE:

1. Angelle Seeling, 461; 2. Matt Hines, 425; 3. David Schultz, 423; 4. Tony Mullen, 356; 5. Antron Brown, 332; 6. Craig Treble, 309; 7. Geno Scali, 226; 8. Blaine Hale, 179; 9. (tie) Fred Collis; Brian Ayers; Steve
Johnson, 158.

PRO STOCK TRUCK:

1. Bob Panella Jr, 704; 2. Randy Daniels, 671; 3. Greg Stanfield, 482; 4. John Coughlin, 371; 5. Steve Johns, 357; 6. Rick Jones, 350; 7. Brian Self, 324; 8. (tie) John Lingenfelter; Jeff Gracia; Mike Coughlin, 287.

BREAKING THE RECORD: Signficant victories in the careers of both John Force and Bob Glidden.

JOHN FORCE

--First win in 66th career start, June 28, 1987, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, over Ed McCulloch.

--10th win in 120th career start, July 29, 1990, Sonoma, Calif., over Bruce Larson.

--25th win in 168th career start, April 25, 1993, Atlanta, Ga., over Chuck Etchells.

--50th win in 221st career start, March 17, 1996, Gainesville, Fla., over Chuck Etchells.

--75th win in 288th career start, May 16, 1999, Atlanta, Ga., over Whit Bazemore.

--85th win in 311th career start, May 28, 2000, Ennis, Texas, over Tony Pedregon.

--86th win in 312th career start, June 4, 2000, Joliet, Ill., over Jerry Toliver.

BOB GLIDDEN

-- First win in sixth career start, Sept. 3, 1973, Indianapolis, Ind., over Wayne Gapp.

--10th win in 31st career start, May 1, 1977, Baton Rouge, La., over Wally Booth.

--25th win in 53rd career start, Aug. 5., 1979, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, over Frank Iaconio.

--50th win in 136th career start, Oct. 12, 1986, Ennis, Texas, over Warren Johnson.

--75th win in 188th career start, Sept. 17, 1989, Reading, Pa., over Bruce Allen.

--85th win in 228th career start, May 21, 1995, Englishtown, N.J., over Jim Yates.

JOHN FORCE CAREER VICTORIES BY EVENT: Colonel's Truck Parts Nationals, Brainerd (Minn.) International Raceway, 8; Advance Southern Nationals, Atlanta Dragway, 6; Checker-Schuck's Kragen Nationals, Firebird Raceway (Phoenix), 6; MAC Tools Gatornationals, Gainesville (Fla.) Raceway, 6; Keystone Nationals, Maple Grove Raceway (Reading, Pa.), 5; O'Reilly Nationals, Houston Raceway Park, 5; Matco Spring SuperNationals, Old Bridge Raceway Park, 4; Prolong Northwest Nationals, Seattle International Raceway, 4; Moto1.net Nationals, Virginia Motorsports Park (Richmond, Va.), 4; Autolite Nationals, Sears Point Raceway (Sonoma, Calif.), 4; AutoZone Winternationals, Pomona Raceway (Pomona, Calif.), 3; Auto Club of Southern California NHRA Finals, Pomona Raceway (Pomona, Calif.), 3; U.S. Nationals, Indianapolis Raceway Park, 3; x-Western Auto Nationals, Heartland Park-Topeka, Kan., 3; Advance Auto Parts Nationals, Heartland Park-Topeka, Kan., 3; AutoZone Nationals, Memphis (Tenn.) Motorsports Park, 3; x-le Grandnational, Sanair Raceway (Montreal), 3; O'Reilly Nationals presented by Castrol, Texas Motorplex (Dallas), 3; Mopar Mile-High Nationals, Bandimere Speedway Park (Denver), 3; Pontiac Excitement Nationals, National Trail (Columbus, Ohio), 2; Matco Tools SuperNationals, Houston Raceway Park, 1; Sears Craftsman Nationals, Gateway International Raceway (St. Louis), 1; x-Cajun Nationals, State Capitol Dragway (Baton Rouge, La.), 1; Castrol Nationals, Texas Motorplex (Dallas), 1; Prestone Route 66 Nationals, Chicago, 1. TOTAL: 86. x-Denotes discontinued event in the NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series

JOHN FORCE VICTORIES BY CAR MAKE: Oldsmobile Cutlass, 31; Ford Mustang, 23; Pontiac Firebird, 21; Chevrolet Lumina, 10; Oldsmobile Firenza, 1; TOTAL, 86.

TOP 10 NHRA WIN LEADERS (pro categories):

1. John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Funny Car 86
2. Bob Glidden, Whiteland, Ind., Pro Stock* 85
3. Warren Johnson, Buford, Ga., Pro Stock 80
4. Kenny Bernstein, Lake Forest, Calif., Funny Car (30)/Top Fuel (22) 53
5. Joe Amato, Exeter, Pa., Top Fuel 50
6. Don Prudhomme, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., Top Fuel (14)/Funny Car (35)* 49
7. Dave Schultz, Fort Myers, Fla., Pro Stock Motorcycle 44
8. Don Garlits, Ocala, Fla., Top Fuel* 35
9. John Myers, Birmingham, Ala., Pro Stock Motorcycle* 33
10. Darrell Alderman, Morehead, Ky., Pro Stock 27
* No longer active in NHRA national events

 

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