The U.S. Nationals At Indy Are In Full Swing! Here’s The Highlight Videos From NHRA


The U.S. Nationals At Indy Are In Full Swing! Here’s The Highlight Videos From NHRA

The Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals in Indy are in full swing and that means the biggest and baddest drag race of the year is making heroes and breaking hearts right this moment. But, if you didn’t get to spend your Friday watching what was happening on FS1, then it’s a good thing NHRA is sharing highlights from the number one qualifying runs yesterday. Make no mistake, the fact that you qualify on top of the heap does not guarantee a trip to the finals at any NHRA event, but when it’s Indy, aka the Big Go, you’ll take whatever good mojo and advantage you can find. After all, nearly every NHRA National Champion that has won Indy will tell you that getting a Wally from the U.S. Nationals is arguably more life changing than an NHRA National Championship. That’s saying something.

We’re pretty sure that Brittany Force, Jack Beckman, Jason Line, and Andrew Hines will stand tall if they can keep hold of their number one qualifying spots.

BRITTANY FORCE
TOP FUEL NO. 1 QUALIFIER
ADVANCE AUTO PARTS DRAGSTER
3.670 SEC., 327.27 MPH
NOTE: Top Fuel star Brittany Force wowed Indianapolis fans with her impressive 3.670-second lap during the Friday night’s qualifying session.

JACK BECKMAN
FUNNY CAR NO. 1 QUALIFIER
INFINITE HERO FOUNDATION DODGE CHARGER SRT HELLCAT
3.875 SEC., 328.46MPH
NOTE: Funny Car veteran Jack Beckman rocketed to the No. 1 spot on Friday night at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis.

JASON LINE
PRO STOCK NO. 1 QUALIFIER
SUMMIT RACING EQUIPMENT CHEVROLET CAMARO
6.570 SEC., 209.62 MPH
NOTE: As the most recent Pro Stock winner, Jason Line carried his success into Friday night’s qualifying session when he went to the top of the division.

ANDREW HINES
PRO STOCK MOTORCYCLE NO. 1 QUALIFIER
SCREAMIN’ EAGLE VANCE & HINES HARLEY-DAVIDSON FXDR
6.864 SEC., 194.63 MPH
NOTE: Pro Stock Motorcyclist Andrew Hines kept his pace as the points leader when he powered to the No. 1 spot to kick off the U.S. Nationals in Indianapolis.

 


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