UPDATES: 28th California Hot Rod Reunion

WINNER: MENDY FRY

MENDY FRY WINS SECOND CONSECUTIVE CALIFORNIA HOT ROD REUNION

Mendy Fry is the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion Top Fuel Champion. Fry drove the High Speed Motorsports dragster to victory with a 5.52 ET at 264 MPH after runner-up Pete Wittenberg red-lighted in his Circuit Breaker machine, disqualifying a 5.64 ET at 248 MPH. Fry arrived at Auto Club Famoso Raceway with her second Heritage Series Top Fuel Season Championship already clinched and won the race for the second year running.

“The final was nuts,” Fry said. “I thought I lost on a holeshot. I was beyond shocked and amazed that I did that. I walked off in the field at the top end because I couldn’t bear facing the team having let them down in that way. Then I found out Wittenberg red-lighted, and I screamed with joy like a little girl. I am so proud of Sean Bellemeur and the team for digging deep and making this win happen.”

Fry’s fifth consecutive Heritage Series event win was an emotional moment for the entire team as they triumphed in honor of High Speed Motorsports team founder and crew chief Tom Shelar, who died unexpectedly in August.

Fry set Low ET in Round One Eliminations with a 5.522-second win against Dan Horan Jr., who was behind the wheel of an all-new dragster built as a tribute to his departed father, Top Fuel driver “Digger” Dan Horan, Sr. Fry also clocked event Top Speed with her 5.526-second 264 MPH Final Round win to conclude the 2019 NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series Nostalgia Top Fuel racing season.

Head over to the official All American Fuel Dragsters website for a round-by-round Top Fuel rundown with results, photos, videos, and more from the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion. The 2020 Heritage Series racing season begins at the famous Bakersfield March Meet at Auto Club Famoso Raceway March 5th-7th.

“The final was nuts,” Fry said. “I thought I lost on a holeshot. I was beyond shocked and amazed that I did that. I walked off in the field at the top end because I couldn’t bear facing the team having let them down in that way. Then I found out Wittenberg red-lighted, and I screamed with joy like a little girl. I am so proud of Sean Bellemeur and the team for digging deep and making this win happen.”

– Mendy Fry

TOP FUEL updates, video, and more as it happened from the 28th Califiornia Hot Rod Reunion at Autoclub Famoso Raceway. Scroll down for Round-By-Round action and video coverage from all three days of NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series drag racing action.

TOP FUEL SEMI-FINAL ROUNDUP

MENDY FRY VS. PETE WITTENBERG IN THE FINAL. Bret Williamson got the holeshot in the “Forever Young” but Mendy Fry drove the High Speed Motorsports juggernaut around for a 5.69-second 204 MPH win. Pete Wittenberg clicked the “Circuit Breaker” for the win with a 5.78 ET at 214 MPH after Rick McGee clocked out early and lit up the red light in the “Overtime Special.”

TOP FUEL SEMI-FINAL RESULTS
DRIVER - ET - MPH
Mendy Fry - 5.69 - 204
Bret Williamson - 5.84 - 200
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Pete Wittenberg - 5.78 - 214
Rick McGee - 7.90 - 94

ROUND ONE TOP FUEL ROUNDUP!

Mendy Fry reset Low ET and Top Speed with a 5.52-second 256 MPH win after Dan Horan Jr. red-lit. Pete Wittenberg took the win with a 5.71 ET at 246 MPH over Frank McBee Jr., who shut ‘er down for a 7.31 ET. Rick McGee blazed on with a 6.14 ET at 188 MPH as Jim Murphy struck the tires and coasted through. Bret Williamson lit up the win light with a 5.89 ET at 229 MPH over a trailing Rick White.

SEMI-FINAL ELIMINATIONS PAIRINGS: Mendy Fry vs. Bret Williamson and Pete Wittenberg vs. Rick McGee.

ROUND ONE ELIMINATIONS: 
DRIVER - ET - MPH
Mendy Fry 5.52 - 256
Dan Horan Jr. - 5.80 -252
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Bret Williamson - 5.89 - 229
Rick White - 6.52 - 200
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Pete Wittenberg - 5.71-246
Frank McBee Jr. - 7.31-131
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Rick McGee - 6.14 - 188
Jim Murphy - 11.49 - 78

LIVE video Sunday, Sunday, SUNDAY!

Tune in to LIVE video of the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion. Round One Eliminations scheduled for 11:30 AM PST following opening ceremonies. PAIRINGS: Mendy Fry vs. Dan Horan Jr., Pete Wittenberg vs. Frank McBee Jr., Jim Murphy vs. Rick McGee, and Rick White vs. Bret Williamson.

Sunday, Sunday, SUNDAY from the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion.

Saturday Session Three Qualifying

Mendy Fry holds onto #1 and Low ET with her 5.59-second Q1 run. Pete Wittenberg grabbed Top Speed and #2 with a 5.69-second 252 MPH blast. Rick McGee moved up to sixth with a 5.89. Frank McBee Jr. posted a 5.90 and bumped Tyler Hilton, who clocked a 5.98 that pushed Adam Sorokin out of the show. Top Fuel Eliminations commence at 11:30 AM SUNDAY.

Final Nostalgia Top Fuel qualifying order from the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion.

SESSION THREE RUN-BY-RUN:  Mendy Fry turned it off for a 5.70, Rick White ran a 5.81, Dan Horan Jr. ran a 5.94, Bret Williamson motored to a 5.99, Bryan Hall took a few hundredths out with a 6.13, Jim Murphy clicked off a 6.17, Adam Sorokin shut it down for a 6.23, Brendan Murry smoked a 6.85, Dusty Green skated to a 7.44, and Phil Ruskowski held in the pits.

Saturday Session Two Qualifying

Nostalgia Top Fuel Qualifying after Session Two from the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion

Bret Willamson and Adam Sorokin stepped up big and shut down early. Bryan Hall, Dusty Green, and Frank McBee ran their new rides quicker. Phil Ruskowski turned a 6.47 ET at 218 MPH and smoked his small block Chevy. Dan Horan Jr. and Brendan Murry go slightly slower with a 6.09 ET and 6.82 ET respectively. Rick McGee exhausted his hemi for a 7.03 ET and Pete Wittenburg pedaled to a 9.20 ET. Rick White hazed the tires and pedaled out with a 7.69 ET at 221 MPH. Jim Murphy, Mendy Fry, and Tyler Hilton all lost traction and coasted through with 11-second runs.

LIVE Saturday Video Streaming

Free streaming video coverage from the California Hot Road Reunion. Session Two Qualifying 12 PM. Session Three at 4 PM.

Recorded LIVE Saturday video streaming of the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion

Friday Session One Top Fuel Qualifying Results

Friday Nostalgia Top Fuel Qualifying is a wrap. Mendy Fry took Low ET with a 5.59-second 237 MPH blast. Jim Murphy ran a 5.37 ET at 247 MPH for #2 and Top Speed.

Unofficial Session One Nostalgia Top Fuel Session One Qualifying Results from the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion at Autoclub Famoso Raceway.

RUN-BY-RUN: Fourteen contenders battled for 8-car Elimnations including four all-new dragsters. Dan Horan turned a stout 5.98 ET at 234 MPH in the 426 hemi-powered tribute to his late father “Digger” Dan Horan. Rick McGee got out of the “Overtime Special” with a 6.10 ET at 194 MPH. Pete Wittenberg clocked a 5.92 ET at 244 MPH in the “KMA Circuit Breaker.” Bret Williamson smoked ’em in the “Forever Young” and coasted to a 10.76 ET. Brendan Murry puffed through the lights with a 6.62 ET at 147 MPH in the “Running Wild.” Bryan Hall directed the “Nomad” to a 6.41 ET at 201 MPH in his competition debut. Tyler Hilton backed down the big-block Chevrolet on the top end and posted a 6.28 ET at 186 MPH in the “Great Expectations III.” Rick White churned out a solid 5.79-second 230 MPH run in the Neil and White fueler. Phil Ruskowski pushed the small block Chevrolet “Xhibitionist” to a 6.88 ET at 185 MPH. Dusty Green and three backup representatives introduced the new “Triple Threat” with a 6.73 ET at 147 MPH. Frank McBee made a 6.98-second 129 MPH introduction in the new Thunder Valley Racing dragster and Adam Sorokin clicked the Champion Speed Shop special for a 6.31 ET at 165 MPH.

FRIDAY video recorded LIVE at the California Hot Rod Reunion

Check out the opening day of the 28th California Hot Rod Reunion at Autoclub Famoso Raceway

NITRO NATIONALS AT TULSA RACEWAY PARK

WINNER: MENDY FRY AND HIGH SPEED MOTORSPORTS

Mendy Fry and Adam Sorokin in the 2019 Nitro Nationals Top Fuel Finals at Tulsa Raceway Park

Mendy Fry drove the High Speed Motorsports dragster into the night and won the Nitro Nationals Tulsa Raceway Park for the second time. Fry took the win with a 5.60-second 258 MPH blast over Runner Up Adam Sorokin, who posted a 5.98 ET at 186 MPH after the automatic shutoff malfunctioned and shut down the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevrolet around the 800-foot mark. The Nitro Nationals was Fry’s fourth consecutive event victory and clinched her second NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series Top Fuel Championship.

Onetime High Speed Motorsports driver-tuners Sean Bellemeur and Troy Green joined the crew and family in honor and triumph for Crew Chief Tom Shelar, who died unexpectedly before the race. Fry’s emotions ran strong from start to finish. “I started crying when I crossed the finish line, and it didn’t stop. Tom won this Championship in absentia. We all knew how to do our jobs. He taught us all very well and put together a Top Fuel dragster that’s an absolute bracket car. He assembled a team that works well together and empowered us to make the right decisions even without him here.”

Sorokin left on Fry with a .017 light and was on an all or nothing charge to the stripe when unseen forces snuffed out the supercharged-on-nitro small block Chevrolet at the 800-900 foot mark. Sorokin could only watch as Fry drove on for the win. “The Leahy device shot the cannon against the throttle, closed it, and shut the car off. I couldn’t push it back. I didn’t even see her until it started to happen and then she went through,” said Sorokin. Crew Chief Tony Bernardini noted the system triggered even though logs showed boost and oil pan pressure parameters well within limits.

The Nitro Nationals at Tulsa Raceway park was the next to last race in the NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series ahead of the season-closing 28th California Hot Rod Reunion at Famoso Raceway in Bakersfield October 25th-27th.

Scroll down for a reverse chronological order round-by-round Nitro Nationals Top Fuel Qualifying and Eliminations rundown, photos, downloadable results, and more originally complied LIVE from Tulsa Raceway Park September 19th and 20th 2019.


FULL TOP FUEL NITRO NATIONALS EVENT ROUNDUP

TOP FUEL SEMI FINAL

Mendy Fry will battle Adam Sorokin for the 2019 Nitro Nationals Top Fuel title. Mendy Fry took the semi-final round with a 5.61-second 247 MPH blast after Tyler Hilton scrubbed when his Dad and Crew Chief Robert Hilton noticed a broken rear axle mount on the Great Expectations III. Great Expectations III. Adam Sorokin ran clean to the 1000-foot mark and shut it down for a 6.29 ET at 161 MPH on a bye. The pair will square off for the Top Fuel title at Tulsa Raceway Park in a final round rematch of the 2017 Nitro Nationals decider. 

SEMI-FINAL BATTLE SET: MENDY FRY VS. TYLER HILTON AND ADAM SOROKIN ON A BYE

Jim Murphy heats up the hides in the WW2 AA/Fuel dragster.

ELIMINATIONS ROUND ONE

Tyler Hilton blasted around Jim Murphy and the WW2 at the 1000-ft mark and lit up the clocks with 5.89-second 245 MPH in the Great Expectations III. Adam Sorokin pushed the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevrolet past Tim Cullinan and the Irish Car Bomb and took the win with a nitro spud spittin’ 5.91 ET at 205 MPH. Mendy Fry ran the High Speed Motorsports hemi to the 1000-foot mark on a 5.64-second 222 MPH bye. Nitro Nationals Top Fuel Semi-Final is coming right up at Tulsa Raceway Park.

Tyler Hilton in the Great Expectations III big block Chevrolet-powered AA/Fuel dragster

TOP FUEL ELIMINATIONS LADDER IS SET: Session Two Qualifying is a wrap. Eliminations: Mendy Fry on a bye, Tyler Hilton vs. Jim Murphy, and Adam Sorokin vs. Tim Cullinan.

Adam Sorokin and Jim Murphy in Nitro Nationals Session Two Qualifying at Tulsa Raceway Park

SESSION TWO QUALIFYING ROUNDUP

Jim Murphy popped the blower in a 6.03-second 195 MPH wall hugger in the WW2. Tim Cullinan shaved a second off yesterday with a 6.13 ET at 171 MPH in the Irish Car Bomb. Adam Sorokin and Tyler Hilton ran just a few hundredths slower than Q1. Paul Schultz lost fire after the burnout and couldn’t get the Spirit of Tulsa restarted. Further inspection revealed the recently rebuilt magneto internals had come undone. After his Q1 no-time DQ and unable to stage in under power in Q2, NHRA rules dictate that Paul is unfortunately out of the running. Nitro Nationals Top Fuel Eliminations Run Ladder, final Qualifying order, and incrementals right here. Nitro Nationals TOP FUEL Eliminations scheduled for 6 PM at Tulsa Raceway Park.

SESSION ONE QUALIFYING ROUNDUP

Paul “Nobody” Schultz in the Spirit of Tulsa

Mendy Fry runs 5.66-seconds at 222 MPH for Low ET in the High Speed Motorsports hemi. Adam Sorokin cranks out a 5.91 ET at 210 MPH in the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevrolet for the second slot. Tyler Hilton hits 241 MPH Top Speed and grabs third with a 5.94-second big-block Chevrolet blast. Tim Cullinan shuts down the Irish Car Bomb and takes fourth with a 7.31 ET at 138 MPH. Jim Murphy strikes the tires with a pedal and idles through the lights for fifth. Paul Schultz and the Spirit of Tulsa launched out of the box before the lights were active for a no time DQ. Nitro Nationals Session Two Top Fuel Qualifying scheduled for tomorrow at 2 PM CST at Tulsa Raceway Park.

Top Fuel Session One Qualifying results from the 2019 Nitro Nationals at Tulsa Raceway Park

Pre-qualifying Top Fuel Test and Tune Preview

Four Top Fuel dragsters ran a 4 PM Test and Tune shakeout ahead of Session One Qualifying at Tulsa Raceway Park. Mendy Fry posted a 6.10 ET at 168 MPH in the High-Speed Motorsports dragster in an emotional first pass since the tragic loss of Crew Chief, tuner, and patriarch Tom Shelar. Jim Murphy clicked off a 6.40 ET at 129 MPH in the WW2 hemi. Adam Sorokin belted out a 6.24 ET at 162 MPH in the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevrolet, and Tyler Hilton cranked a 6.62 ET at 155 MPH out of the Great Expectations III big block Chevrolet. The sun has broken through the clouds and Session One Top Fuel Qualifying is scheduled for 8 PM.

2019 NITRO NATIONALS PHOTO EXTRA

NOSTALGIA TOP FUEL FIGHT AT BOWLING GREEN

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Twelve Nostalgia Top Fuel contenders will battle for victory at Beech Bend Raceway in Bowling Green, Kentucky at the 17th Annual Holley National Hot Rod Reunion presented by AAA Insurance. All-American Fuel Dragster coalition drivers and teams are converging from across the USA for the three-day celebration of drag racing history and a shot at the title in the second NHRA Hot Rod Heritage series Nostalgia Top Fuel race. Nitro-burning mayhem kicks off on Thursday, June 13th and runs through Saturday, June 15th.

Julius Hughes will represent Hot’Lanta in his 426-powered “Atlanta Speed Shop” entry, and Tim Cullinan is heading in from the windy city in his Chicago-based “Irish Car Bomb.” Tyler Hilton in the “Great Expectations,” Joey Haas and the Mill Road Boys, and Gerald Hangey are all packing big-block Chevrolet power. The California contingent includes 2018 Season Champion Mendy Fry in the “High Speed Motorsports” car, Brendan Murry in the 426 Elephant-propelled “Running Wild,” Jim Murphy in the “WW2” and March Meet winner Adam Sorokin in the small-block Chevrolet powered “Champion Speed Shop” dragster.

“This is a tough race, but one of my absolute favorites,” said Sorokin. “We started the season pretty good with winning the March Meet. I’m hoping for all win lights on Saturday. Not too many, just enough to win that sucker.”

Jim Young and the Young Guns, Roger Lechtenberg in the “Nitro Bandit,” and Larry Gocha are heading in from the Midwest. Gocha is shooting for an NHRA license in his new car after Mendy Fry, Adam Sorokin, and Jim Young signed off on his IHRA license at Cordova. The longtime drag racer and his crew hope to step it up at Beech Bend. He said: “Anything we go past qualifying is a plus!” Jim Young helped Gocha get the former Western Hoist fueler together and also organized Nostalgia Top Fuel participation in a new “Open Fuel” 6.0 class, so those who don’t make the 8-car Eliminations can get in a few more runs.

Nostalgia Top Fuel titans will mix it up with nitro-huffing Funny Cars and unruly AA/Altereds, and the event will conclude on Saturday night with the on-track convergence of historic nitro-fueled race cars and header flames known as the Cacklefest. Side-by-side racing action from wheels-up Gassers and Nostalgia Pro Stock machines, a giant swap meet, as well as countless classics, hot rods, and customs at the Axalta Show ‘N Shine, and, finally, fire-breathing jet cars all make the 17th Annual Holley National Hot Rod Reunion a must-see event. If you can’t make it to Kentucky then tune into Dragracer.tv for live video coverage from Beech Bend. Broadcast schedule TBA.

Grand Marshall and Honorees

Longtime big block Chevrolet Funny Car racer Randy Walls is the event Grand Marshall. Walls will join Honorees including radio and tv announcer Army Armstrong, current Rockingham Dragway operator and former NHRA media professional Steve Earwood, racer and builder Richard Maskin, Top Fuel Drag Racing School founder and Funny Car racer Paul Smith, and 1972 Le Grandnational front-engine Top Fuel champ Art Marshall. A special Honoree Celebration and Cruise-In will kickoff Friday, June 14th at 6:00 PM at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green. Admission is free.

Nostalgia Top Fuel Racing Schedule 

Thursday, June 13th
Qualifying Session One 3 PM

Friday, June 14th
Qualifying Session Two 12 PM
Qualifying Final Session 3 PM

Saturday, June 15th
Round One Eliminations 1 PM
Round Two Eliminations 3:30 PM
Cacklefest 7:45 PM

Schedule subject to change

NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series

The 17th Annual Holley National Hot Rod Reunion at Beech Bend Raceway Park is the second salvo in the 5-race battle for the 2019 NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series Nostalgia Top Fuel Championship. Head on over to www.nhrahotrodheritage.com for an upcoming race schedule, news, points, results, rules and more.

ADAM SOROKIN WINS SECOND MARCH MEET IN CHAMPION SPEED SHOP CHEVROLET

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Bakersfield, California – Adam Sorokin is the 2019 Bakersfield March Meet Nostalgia Top Fuel Champion. Sorokin drove the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevrolet-powered AA/Fuel dragster to victory with a 5.84 ET at 212 MPH as runner up Mendy Fry watched from the starting line with a broken throttle linkage in the High Speed Motorsports fueler. Sorokin’s second March Meet win with the Champion Speed Shop closed out a weekend of fierce competition at the historic drag racing event.

The 61st Good Vibrations Motorsports March Meet saw record runs and unexpected turns on the quarter-mile as the Nostalgia Top Fuel field squared off at Auto Club Famoso Raceway. Rick White emerged as #1 Qualifier with a 5.72 ET at 254 MPH after three frenetic sessions. 2018 March Meet winner Pete Wittenberg failed to qualify after three aborted runs and reigning Champion Mendy Fry drove through a blower explosion and damaging tire shake that had the High-Speed Motorsports team in the pits until 3 AM.

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Rick White opened Eliminations with a 6.09 ET at 175 MPH win on a single after Phil Ruskowski kept rolling in the “Xibitionist” after zinging the rpm’s and banging the blower on the burnout. Bret Williamson turned a 5.80 ET at 240 MPH in the Mike Fuller “Forever Young” that shut down Brendan Murry in the “Running Wild”. Mendy Fry blasted to a quickest and fastest ever 5.51 ET at 265 MPH win over Jim Murphy in the WW2. Adam Sorokin advanced with a 5.98 ET at 201 MPH as Rick McGee clipped some cones in the Tedford & McGee “Overtime Special”.

Sorokin drove the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevrolet into the Final with a 5.83 ET 212 MPH win as Rick White struck the tires in the Neal & White AA/Fueler. Mendy Fry then broke her own Nostalgia Top Fuel record with a 5.49 ET 259 MPH Semi-Final blast over Bret Williamson’s 5.85 ET at 234 MPH. Side by side burnouts set up the Final round battle at Famoso and Sorokin etched his second March Meet win into the Top Fuel timeline behind the canopy of the Champion Speed Shop dragster.

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Over 50 years after his father Mike Sorokin won the March Meet and nearly 10 years after his first March Meet win, Sorokin was elated as he was interviewed by Jason Galvin on the top end at Famoso. “I was just hoping that they don’t run ’em on paper! We knew that we had something if things didn’t go their way. That 5.49 she ran was so stout. That team was so good. Amazing. For us to get by them, that’s the car to beat right now. I’m really happy.”

Head over to Auto Club Famoso Raceway for a complete rundown of official results and archived video coverage of the entire 61st Good Vibrations Motorsports March Meet.

All photos Dave Kommel ©Dave Kommel Photography

Click here to download and view official results from the 61st Good Vibrations Motorsports March Meet

HERITAGE SERIES TOP FUEL STORMS NHRA VEGAS STAGE

Las Vegas, Nevada – The All-American Fuel Dragsters coalition has dispatched a quartet of 260-mph front-engine Nostalgia Top Fuel ambassadors to the NHRA Toyota Nationals at Las Vegas Motor Speedway October 25th-28th. Four teams spanning three generations of AA/Fuel drag racing are slated to run three special exhibition sessions and bring the fans a taste of Top Fuel, NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series-style.

At Vegas, Adam Sorokin will drive the Champion Speed Shop small-block Chevrolet powered AA/Fuel dragster, Bret Williamson will strap into the Mike Fuller Motorsports Forever Young Hemi, and young Tyler Hilton — backed by his father Robert Hilton and grandmother Alison Lee — will pilot the big-block Chevrolet powered Great Expectations III machine. California Hot Rod Reunion winner and 2018 NHRA Heritage Series Nostalgia Top Fuel champion Mendy Fry will drive the Tom Shelar-tuned High Speed Motorsports Hemi-powered juggernaut.

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To the uninitiated, what makes this class unique is not just the bravado of the drivers sitting behind 3500-horsepower blown-on-nitro motors during fierce, spectacular competition (as showcased at NHRA Hot Rod Reunions), but also its connection to NHRA’s heritage. 2nd-generation driver Adam Sorokin’s father Mike Sorokin was the “shoe” of the legendary “Surfers” Top Fuel car in the 1960s. Williamson’s father Don Williamson was a first-wave Funny Car racer with his “Hairy Canary” Valiant. Mendy grew up in her dad Ron Fry’s NorCal-based chassis shop, and Jim & Allison Lee’s campaigned their first “Great Expectations” AA/Fuel Dragster in 1965.

Because of these competitors connection to the sport’s past as well as its commitment to the sport’s future, AAFD President and Champion Speed Shop owner Bob McLennan has spearheaded the effort to bring Top Fuel drag racing heritage to Las Vegas. “The All-American Fuel Dragsters association has been making great strides with our Nostalgia Top Fuel class in 2018. We’re honored to run AA/Fuel dragsters at an NHRA national series event and hope the fans enjoy some front-engine Top Fuel from the NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series.”

Nostalgia Top Fuel is currently scheduled to run following Friday’s 12:30 PM Funny Car and Top Fuel Q-1 session, Saturday’s 12:30 PM Top Fuel and Funny Car Q-2 session, and preceding the Parade of Champions and Finals on Sunday. As always, the schedule subject to change. Tune into the NHRA Toyota Nationals on FOX or NHRA All Access for Mello Yello Racing Series competition and the unique appearance of Nostalgia Top Fuel from the NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series.

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