• Mopar®/Dodge NHRA Sportsman Spotlight: Midwest Nationals Stein and Jones Collect Dodge Bonus Awards

    1 month ago - By Drive SRT

    Dozens of vehicles competed in the Stock and Super Stock Eliminator categories during the Midwest Nationals at Gateway Motorsports Park, where Jerry Stein and Brent Jones turned in the top performances for Mopar®. In Stock Eliminator, Stein drove his D/SA 1969 Dodge Dart to the quarterfinal round. The driver from Brentwood, California, turned in a 10.749-second pass at 120.48 mph on a 10.68 dial-in. He had a .051-second reaction time. Jones, who hails from Wheatland, Indiana, qualified No. 1 in Super Stock Eliminator and advanced to the third round in...
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  • Capps Doubles Up at Midwest Nationals, Earns Second Straight Win for Dodge

    Capps Doubles Up at Midwest Nationals, Earns Second Straight Win for Dodge

    1 month ago - By Drive SRT

    October 1, 2017, Madison, Ill. - Mopar®/Dodge Funny Car driver Ron Capps marched to his second win in a row on Sunday in his HEMI®-powered Dodge Charger R/T at a packed Gateway Motorsports Park, giving him his eighth victory of the year and the 14th overall for Mopar in the category in 2017. The win at the sixth annual NHRA Midwest Nationals, held in the shadow of St. Louis' Gateway Arch, also extended Capps' points lead as the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series Countdown to the Championship playoffs reach the halfway...
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  • Mopar®/Dodge NHRA Sportsman Spotlight: FallNationals, Ennis, Texas Hake and Pitt Earn Dodge Awards

    Mopar®/Dodge NHRA Sportsman Spotlight: FallNationals, Ennis, Texas Hake and Pitt Earn Dodge Awards

    1 month ago - By Drive SRT

    Mopar®-powered drivers also advanced deep into the elimination rounds in both the Stock Eliminator and Super Stock Eliminator categories at Texas Motorplex during the NHRA FallNationals in Ennis, Texas, October 14-16, 2017. In Stock Eliminator, Derek Hake from Muskogee, Oklahoma, went to the semifinals in his I/SA 1969 Plymouth Road Runner. He made an 11.510-second pass at 112.52 mph in the semis after leaving the starting line with a .065-second reaction time. His dial-in was 11.57, however, meaning he broke out by .060, ending his successful weekend. In the Super...
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