WITTENBERG TAKES TOP FUEL AT MARCH MEET

Pete Wittenberg won his second March Meet championship with a 5.67-second 257 MPH blast in the KMA Circuit Breaker against Tyler Hilton, who turned a 5.92 ET at 229 MPH in the Great Expectations III for Runner-Up. Wittenberg held the #1 qualifying spot all weekend, posted event Low ET with a 5.60-second 254 MPH second session qualifying run, and powered the KMA Circuit Breaker into the winner’s circle for the second time since his 2018 win against Mendy Fry. “This one was way more emotional,” said Wittenberg. “The final was a solid race. It was great racing and weather all weekend.” Jimi Young brought his tuning experience to the Circuit Breaker team at Famoso, and the hemi-powered fueler was on full power out of the box.

Pete Wittenberg in the KMA Circuit Breaker
Tyler Hilton wheels up in the Great Expectations III

Tyler Hilton drove the big-block Chevrolet powered Great Expectations III into the decider with three generations of family drag racing heritage. His historic Runner-Up marked over 50 years since the Hilton&Lee Great Expectations I raced the March Meet in 1967. Hilton clocked a best ever 5.78 ET at 236 MPH in the last session qualifying that took out the engine and the time was disqualified. The team dropped in the reserve Rodek on Saturday night and powered through the pack. Hilton got the reaction time advantage, but hemi power prevailed over the Chevy. “It was good,” said Hilton. “I left on Pete. We had to put our spare in it last night, and it isn’t totally the same. But it was a great weekend. Running that ‘.78 was bitchin.”

MARCH MEET TOP FUEL QUALIFYING ACTION

The Top Fuel fight at Famoso kicked off with a Thursday night Nitro Testing session and Friday qualifying. Pete Wittenberg grabbed Low ET with a 5.73-second 234 MPH run. Bryan Hall clocked the “H&H Nomad” into close #2 with a 5.76 ET at 239 MPH. Rick White fouled out with an oildown that kicked out the rods and knocked the Autopower Neil & White hemi out of the running. The dirty dozen dropped down to eleven. Check out the video for all the Session One Qualifying action.

Full Session One Top Fuel qualifying action from CompetitionPlusTV. Tune in and turn it up!

Jim Murphy launched the “WW2” into the #2 slot with a 5.63-second 252 MPH run in the final qualifying session. Frank McBee Jr., Brendan Murry, and Adam Sorokin were out of the running heading into Top Fuel Eliminator. Sorokin lost traction at the hit in the last session as shaking the gremlins out of the all-new Champion Speed Shop dragster at the March Meet proved unsuccessful. Dusty Green and the “Triple Threat” bowed out broken heading into Top Fuel Eliminator, and Brendan Murry rolled the “Running Wild” into the lanes back in the #8 slot.

TOP FUEL FINAL AND QUALIFYING BY-THE-NUMBERS

The March Meet Top Fuel Final and more video action including Jim Murphy’s 5.63-second 252 MPH blast into the #2 slot.
  1. Pete Wittenberg 5.60, 254
  2. Jim Murphy 5.63, 252
  3. Bryan Hall 5.75, 263
  4. Bret Williamson 5.76, 253
  5. Dan Horan Jr. 5.79, 248
  6. Tyler Hester 5.84, 221
  7. Tyler Hilton 5.85, 233
  8. Dusty Green 5.90, 211

TOP FUEL ELIMINATOR

Eliminations kicked off as Wittenberg dispatched a tire-shaking Murray with a 5.68 ET at 247 MPH. Tyler Hilton got the holeshot and pedaled the Great Expectations III out the back door with a 6.08-second 227 MPH win over Jim Murphy’s 6.02 ET at 180 MPH in the WW2. Hilton’s margin of victory was 1/100th of second. Rookie driver Tyler Hester moved on in the Overtime Special with 5.89-second 212 MPH win after the Bryan Hall popped the blower for a 6.70 ET at 143 MPH in the H&H Nomad. Dan Horan Jr. won it with a 5.79-second 234 MPH charge around Bret Williamson, who posted a 5.90 ET at 241 MPH in the Forever Young.

SEMI-FINAL SHAKEOUT

Wittenberg got out and stayed out with a 5.66-second 250 MPH win over Horan’s 5.80 ET at 250 MPH. Hilton moved onto the decider with a 5.95-second 210 MPH win in a close fight with Hester, who turned a 6.00 ET at 199 MPH in his first time racing at the March Meet. The Semi-Final shakeout set the stage for the hemi vs. Chevy final round battle at Famoso. Pete Wittenberg and the hemi-powered KMA Circuit Breaker took home the trophy.

The 62nd Good Vibrations Motorsports March Meet was the opening salvo in the 2020 NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Racing series. The next stop for the All American Fuel Dragsters is the Holley National Hot Rod Reunion June 18th-20th at Beech Bend Raceway Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Be there!

All photography ©Dave Kommel

TRADITIONAL TOP FUEL TO THUNDER AT 60TH WINTERNATIONALS

Eight Heritage Series Nostalgia Top Fuel dragsters are set to celebrate three generations of nitro-fueled drag racing history at the 60th annual Lucas Oil NHRA Winternationals in Pomona, California. These traditional AA/Fuelers will once again run the Pomona Fairplex quarter-mile 50 years after Larry Dixon Sr. triumphed in anger as the last front-engined dragster to win Top Fuel at the Winternationals. The vintage-style Top Fuel dragsters will join Nostalgia Funny Cars and throwback Pro Stockers for multiple exhibition sessions and a “Parade of Champions” at the home of NHRA drag racing.

Two-time Heritage Series champion and second-generation racer Mendy Fry will drive the High Speed Motorsports dragster for what could be her curtain call following the tragic loss of Crew Chief Tom Shelar last year. Driver Adam Sorokin and Crew Chief Bob McLennan will honor their paternal racing heritage with the small-block Chevrolet powered Champion Speed Shop dragster. Adam’s father Mike Sorokin drove the Surfer’s front-engine fueler, and Bob’s dad Jim McLennan founded the Champion Speed Shop. Family traditionalist Tyler Hilton will thunder down the 1320 in the big-block Chevy-powered “Great Expectations III,” backed up by his father Bobby Hilton and grandmother Allison Lee

Dan Horan, Jr. will strap into the Pete “Fritz” Kaiser-tuned 426-c.i. Hemi-powered dragster in tribute to his departed father, “Digger” Dan Horan Sr., and then hop into his fearsome Funny Car for double doses of nitro action. Veteran driver Jim Murphy will carry four March Meet victories worth of savvy down the track in the “WW2” dragster, and Bret Williamson will pilot the Mike Fuller Motorsports “Forever Young” into the future. Rick White and the Neal & White Racing team are heading north from the San Diego area, and Brendan Murry will leave the prestigious Murry Building in San Jose with his “Running Wild” 426 hemi-powered fueler.

Heritage Series Nostalgia Top Fuel is currently scheduled for two exhibition sessions following NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Top Fuel and Funny Car Qualifying Q1 on Friday and Q3 on Saturday. The quickest two cars from these sessions are slated for a retro rematch following Q4 on Saturday. Head over to the NHRA for the latest event schedule and information. The 60th Annual Winternationals will air on FOX Sports television and stream live on the internet at NHRA ALL ACCESS.

Nostalgia Top Fuel at the 60th Winternationals heralds the 2020 NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series racing season that officially kicks off at the Good Vibrations March Meet at Auto Club Famoso Raceway in Bakersfield, California March 5th-8th. Check out the five-race Nostalgia Top Fuel championship racing schedule here or head over to the the official NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series website for an all-classes 2020 event rundown.

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

FOURTEEN FUELER FIGHT SET FOR FAMOSO

Fourteen AA/Fuel dragsters are loaded with nitro and heading to Bakersfield for the 28th Annual California Hot Rod Reunion at Auto Club Famoso Raceway. Four new Nostalgia Top Fuel class dragsters will make their racing debut into what promises to be an explosive qualifying fight for 8-car Eliminations. Qualifying starts Friday, Oct 25th, and the nitro will burn until the last pair thunders down the quarter-mile for the title on Sunday, Oct 27th.

Mendy Fry and the High Speed Motorsports team are heading into the last race of the season with the Nostalgia Top Fuel Championship in hand. Fry’s fourth consecutive event win at the Nitro Nationals at Tulsa Raceway Park put her at an incontestable point advantage ahead of the season closer. It’s not over until it’s over in the fight for the event win. With four new dragsters and three generations of Top Fuel drivers, it’s anybody’s race. Qualifying will be fierce as the formidable field unleashes over 45,000 horsepower onto the 1320 in a supercharged nitro-fueled spectacle of speed.

Drag racer and builder Bryan Hall has followed up his fearsome nitro-huffing 5-second AA/Fuel Altered known as “The Tramp” with the H&H “Nomad”. The Rooman dragster was originally built for longtime Top Fuel favorite “Digger” Dan Horan Sr., who died in 2016. Hall bought the car from Dan Horan Jr. in late 2018, along with a new house that had a longer garage for the dragster. Hall said he built the early hemi-powered fueler “just to challenge myself. It’s definitely an exciting time for the dragster class.”

Dan Horan Jr. is fielding his own all-new Pete Kaiser tuned AA/Fuel dragster as a tribute to his father. The late-model hemi belted out a 5.87 ET at last year’s reunion in his Dad’s old car. Dusty Green is out of the “Nitro-Hemi” and into the “Triple Threat.” Dusty’s new 417 Rodeck hemi-powered beast is ready for action at Famoso. “It’s badass! The class is growing,” said the Northern California based driver. Driver Frank McBee Jr. and the Valley Thunder Racing gang are rolling in from Fresno with the fourth new dragster to make its racing debut.

Read on for the current 14-car roster, points standings, and a Nostalgia Top Fuel run schedule. The All American Fuel Dragsters will join nitro-huffing Funny Cars, awful AA/Fuel Altereds, injected nitro A/Fuel dragsters in competition, Moreover, the NHRA Motorsports Museum will simultaneously light off dozens of nitro-burning historic hot rods in a celebration known as the “Cacklefest.” Traditional push-starts are scheduled throughout the weekend. To purchase California Hot Rod Reunion tickets, call 1-800-884-NHRA, head over to NHRA, or drive on out to Auto Club Famoso Raceway.

28th CALIFORNIA HOT ROD REUNION NOSTALGIA TOP FUEL ROSTER

1) Mendy Fry – High Speed Motorsports
2) Adam Sorokin – Champion Speed Shop
3) Jim Murphy – WW2
4) Tyler Hilton – Great Expectations III
5) Bret Williamson – Forever Young
6) Phil Ruskowski – Xhibitionist
7) Rick White – Neil and White
8) Pete Wittenberg – Circuit Breaker
9) Brendan Murry – Running Wild
10) Rick McGee – Overtime Special
11) Dusty Green – Triple Threat
12) Frank McBee – Valley Thunder Racing
13) Dan Horan Jr.
14) Bryan Hall – H&H Nomad

CHAMPIONSHIP POINTS STANDINGS

NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Racing Series Nostalgia Top Fuel Championship points heading into the 28th Annual California Hot Rod Reunion at Automobile Club of Southern California.

1) Mendy Fry – 565
2) Adam Sorokin – 438
3) Jim Murphy – 315
4) Tyler Hilton – 260
5) Bret Williamson – 227
6) Phil Ruskowski – 176
7) Tim Cullinan – 107
8) Jim Young – 97
9) Rick White – 78
10) Pete Wittenberg – 67
11) Brendan Murry – 62
12) Rick McGee – 54
13) Joey Haas – 53
14) Julius Hughes – 51
15) Gerald Hangey – 10
15) Roger Lechtenberg – 10
15) Paul Schultz – 10

NOSTALGIA TOP FUEL SCHEDULE (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

Friday, October 25th
Qualifying Session 1: 4 PM

Saturday, October 26th
Qualifying Session 2: 12 Noon
Qualifying Session 3: 4 PM
Cacklefest: 6 PM

Sunday, October 27th
National Anthem and Ceremonies: 10:45 AM
Eliminations: 11:30 AM
Final: 4 PM

MENDY FRY ROCKS TOP FUEL VICTORY AT SPOKANE

Late Saturday night at Spokane County Raceway, Mendy Fry won her third consecutive Heritage Series Top Fuel race. Fry charged hard out of the gate in the High Speed Motorsports dragster and posted a 5.79 ET at 241 MPH for the win against Bret Williamson, who took Runner-Up with a 6.72 ET at 172 MPH in the Mike Fuller Motorsports “Forever Young.” Fry pedaled through 3500-horsepower induced tire shake in every round at the Coors Light Nitro Summer Nationals and her midnight victory capped two days of supercharged-on-nitro drag racing action. With a commanding and near insurmountable lead in the season’s points battle, Fry and the High-Speed team are bringing their triple threat to the fifth battle in the 6-race in NHRA Hot Rod Heritage Series at Tulsa Raceway Park.

QUALIFYING ROUNDS

The Nitro Summer Nationals ran over two days, with one session on Friday night and two sessions on Saturday ahead of Top Fuel Eliminator. Mendy Fry set Low ET in Q1 with a 5.68, but it was anybody’s race after Q3. Pete Wittenberg belted out a 5.70 ET at 245 MPH in the Circuit Breaker in Q2. Tyler Hilton drove the Great Expectations big block Chevrolet into the low sixes and matched Wittenberg’s 245 MPH Top Speed in Q3. Adam Sorokin extracted low six-second passes out of the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevrolet and Bret Williamson capped Q3 with a 5.91-second assault in the Forever Young hemi. Jim Murphy overcame two rounds of traction issues with a 6.14 ET in Q3, and Phil Ruskowski held onto his 7.14-second Q2 run in the Xibitionist small block Chevrolet.

NITRO SUMMER NATIONALS QUALIFYING ORDER

DRIVERETMPH
Mendy Fry5.68216
Pete Wittenberg5.70245
Bret Williamson5.91206
Tyler Hilton6.05237
Adam Sorokin6.11187
Jim Murphy6.14212
Phil Ruskowski7.14176

TOP FUEL ELIMINATOR

Eliminations opened into the sunset as Phil Ruskowski moved into the semis with a 7.26 ET after Pete Wittenberg’s 7.19 ET was disqualified over a clipped cone. Adam Sorokin took the win with a 6-second flat 196 MPH holeshot over Tyler Hilton, who set low ET and Top Speed for the round with a 5.93 ET at 244 MPH in the big block Chevrolet “Great Expectations III.” Bret Williamson moved the “Forever Young” into the Semi-Final with a 5.94 241 MPH over Murphy’s 6.00-second flat 203 MPH run in the “WW2”. Mendy Fry shut down the High-Speed Motorsports dragster for a 7.21 at 117.66 MPH on a bye run single.

SEMI-FINALS

Mendy Fry opened the Semi-Final with a tire-shaking’ 6.54-second 149 MPH win over Adam Sorokin, who red-lit in the Champion Speed Shop small block Chevy and coasted through the traps. Bret Williamson lit up the night sky in the ‘Forever Young’ and moved onto the final with a 6.36-second 158 MPH run against Phil Ruskowski and his Xibitionist small block Chevy. The High-Speed and Mike Fuller Motorsports teams emerged from an epic pit thrash as Saturday turned to Sunday and concluded the event with a midnight race under the lights at Spokane County Raceway.

After three wins in three races the Mendy Fry High Speed Motorsports team matchup seems unstoppable but it hardly happened overnight. Fry credits the team for their nitro-huffing AA/Fuel dragster entry’s success due to their meticulous attention to detail, and crew chief Tom Shelar is quick to point out Fry’s skill, experience, and determination in the driver’s seat. “She learned how to pedal it through tire shake back when she got her Top Fuel license (in 2003) with ‘Root Beer’ Hedge. They would match race in all kinds of tough conditions all across the country. He taught her that you have to get to the finish line, no matter what.”

“She learned how to pedal it through tire shake back when she got her Top Fuel license (in 2003) with ‘Root Beer’ Hedge. They would match race in all kinds of tough conditions all across the country. He taught her that you have to get to the finish line, no matter what.”

Tom Shelar

Next stop for the All-American Fuel Dragsters coalition is the Nitro Nationals, September 21st and 22nd at Tulsa Raceway Park.

The High Speed Motorsports team in the Nitro Summer Nationals Winner’s Circle at Spokane Valley Raceway