It was an ideal day for John Force Racing’s funny cars, and Don Schumacher Racing was equally pleased with its top fuel results.
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Late Saturday night after producing the fourth consecutive quickest time in top fuel qualifying at Bandimere Speedway, defending event champion Steve Torrance was concerned about letting his self-owned team down in Sunday’s eliminations.
In another long day at the track Saturday, qualifying for the 37th Mopar Mile-High Nationals lasted late in the evening. Rain and an unusual crash by funny car driver Tim Wilkerson slowed things at Bandimere Speedway.
Top sportsman racer Bryan Warr of Riverton, Utah, crashed at Bandimere Speedway’s shutdown area on Saturday and was taken by ambulance for precautionary reasons to nearby St. Anthony’s Hospital in Lakewood.
Regardless of the challenges of racing at an 5,800-foot elevation, funny car veteran Ron Capps enters Sunday’s finale of the 37th Mopar Mile-High Nationals a good bet to go rounds at Bandimere Speedway.
Red nails on Erica Enders’ left hand rest on the outside left side of the steering wheel as her right hand grips the shifter.
Multiple rainstorms rolled over Bandimere Speedway on Friday evening, turning the first qualifying session of the 37th Mopar Mile-High Nationals into a delayed four-hour affair.
Ageless drag-racing legend John Force, the 16-time NHRA funny car champion with a flair for the dramatic, was again a showstopper Friday at Bandimere Speedway.
Steve Torrence, the independent top fuel owner/driver from Kilgore, Texas, is the defending division winner at the Mopar Mile-High Nationals, and suspects he’ll be fast in Friday’s first qualifying session at Bandimere Speedway.
While discussing her drag racing career, Leah Pritchett’s face mirrors intensity, and her voice speaks relentlessness. The National Hot Rod Association’s latest female sensation is a proud tomboy with no filter and a ton of guts.