TOPEKA, Kan. — John and Brittany Drive concluded the initial father-daughter nitro sweep in NHRA record Sunday in the Menards NHRA Nationals at Heartland Motorsports Park.
The 72-yr-old John Drive gained for the 154th time over-all. He defeat fellow Funny Car or truck driver J.R. Todd in the final round with a 4.019-second pass at 321.04 mph in a Chevrolet Camaro SS.
“I experienced a very good working day,” Power explained. “Robert [Hight] was most likely my hardest race mainly because it really is tricky to beat Robert. I just experienced a automobile that was fairly quickly, wasn’t the quickest. J.R. Todd was. But acquired the win. What was specific was, to do it with Brittany. With (daughters) Courtney and Ashley, I never bought the likelihood since they were being normally Amusing Automobile and usually beat me, but with Brittany, I finally acquired that double-up.”
Brittany Force won in Leading Fuel, edging Clay Millican with a 3.783 at 324.75 for her to start with victory of the time and 11th in general.
Rookie Dallas Glenn received in Professional Stock. He beat KB Racing teammate Kyle Koretsky with a 6.651 at 206.13 in a Chevrolet Camaro.