Antron Brown continued his mastery of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway quarter-mile with a victory over Top Fuel teammate Tony Schumacher in the DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals.
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Last year at this time, Leah Pritchett was almost on top of the drag racing world. And then, just as quickly, she was almost at the bottom. Through no fault of her own.
Courtney Force went out on a damp, gray and breezy afternoon and set a Las Vegas Motor Speedway elapsed time record in DENSO Spark Plugs NHRA Nationals qualifying.
Three-time Top Fuel champion Antron Brown is happy to be back in Las Vegas, scene of some of his greatest triumphs.
The colorful John Force defeated his daughter Courtney Force in the NHRA Funny Car final Sunday at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for his 147th career win, then talked about it as only he can.
Two round wins at Toyota Nationals close the deal for Antron Brown, who won his second consecutive dragster title and third overall.
Four-time Funny Car bridesmaid Ron Capps has been in this position before, having once lost the championship by two points and another time by six points.
There is decorum and little animosity between competitive Pro Stock teammates Jason Line and Greg Anderson at the NHRA’s Countdown for the Championship at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
The NHRA’s Countdown to the Championship is a six-race, playoff-type format that is supposed to provide drama at the end of the season. Instead, it has mostly provided Antron Brown with a platform for displaying dominance.
He was named the MVP of Super Bowl VII. Then Jake Scott had a falling out with Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula and was traded to the Washington Redskins, where he played the last of his eight seasons. Then he basically disappeared.
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