Steve Torrence clinched his fourth straight NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Top Fuel championship Sunday at the Auto Club NHRA Finals in Pomona, putting a 10-gallon hat on a dominating season in which he won half of the events on the calendar.
Who won Top Fuel NHRA yesterday?
Steve Torrence clinched his fourth career NHRA Top Fuel championship, then added his 11th victory in 20 starts this season, besting good friend Antron Brown in the final round of the Auto Club NHRA Finals.
Who were the NHRA winners today?
|Steve Torrence||Top Fuel|
|Matt Hagan||Funny Car|
|Matt Smith||Pro Stock Motorcycle|
|Joe Mozeris||Competition Eliminator|
Who won NHRA Las Vegas?
Steve Torrence picked up his 50th career Top Fuel win and moved a step closer to his fourth straight world championship, rolling to the victory on Sunday at the Dodge//SRT NHRA Nationals presented by Pennzoil at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Who won NHRA at Pomona?
Bob Tasca III stole a little of the Funny Car thunder on Sunday with his event win. “Hagan, that whole team, is incredible and I expected him to go win the race,” Capps said after completing his sweep of the two Pomona events.
Who won the drag races?
|Year||Top Fuel||Pro Stock|
|2017||Brittany Force||Bo Butner|
|2018||Steve Torrence||Tanner Gray|
|2019||Steve Torrence||Erica Enders-Stevens|
|2020||Steve Torrence||Erica Enders-Stevens|
How much does a Top Fuel dragster driver make?
Average Total Cash Compensation
- $37 k.
- $46 k.
- $55 k.
What does NHRA mean?
NHRA – National Hot Rod Association.
Who won funny car in Vegas?
Alexis DeJoria tops NHRA Funny Car qualifying in Las Vegas.
Who won Pomona drag races?
Steve Torrence wins NHRA Finals and season title in Top Fuel in Pomona.
Who won the NHRA Funny Car championship?
Ron Capps clinched his second NHRA Camping World Drag Racing Series Funny Car championship at the Auto Club NHRA Finals, capping off a wild season of Funny Car competition.