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Kalitta Motorsports News

Doug Kalitta

Kalitta ready for another Denver win

Denver Highlights: One win (2010); Four finals (2009, 2003, 2001, 1999); Two no.1 qualifiers (2006, 2002)

Last Event Recap (NHRA New England Nationals): Qualified ninth; Quarterfinalist (Defeated Terry McMillen in the first round, lost to Leah Pritchett in the quarterfinals)

2017 NHRA Mile High Nationals Recap: Qualified second; Quarterfinalist (Defeated Greg Carrillo in the first round, lost to Antron Brown in the quarterfinals)

Quotable: “I am excited to get on the road for the Western Swing. The Mac Tools team is working hard and we are looking for some great performance this weekend.”

Career Stats: 471 starts; 641 round wins (ninth all-time); 44 wins (Fifth all-time in Top Fuel); 93 finals; 49 no.1 qualifiers (tied 14th all-time)

2018 Season: One Win (Pomona-I); Three finals (Pomona I, Charlotte I, Richmond); 18 round wins; fifth in the standings

Noteworthy: Next no.1 qualifier is 50th of his career; Kalitta is one of four drivers to win in Top Fuel for Connie Kalitta (Doug, Connie & Scott Kalitta and J.R. Todd)

Richie Crampton

Crampton plans on continuing streak of solid performances

Last Event Recap (NHRA New England Nationals): Qualified 10th; Quarterfinalist (Defeated Scott Palmer in the first round, lost to Tony Schumacher in the quarterfinals)

2017 NHRA Mile High Nationals Recap: Did not compete

Quotable: “I feel that it is go time for Kalitta Air Toyota team. We are coming off two solid outings and are making our way deeper into the top 10. We are looking to have a strong Western Swing beginning with Denver.”

Career Stats: 91 starts; 84 round wins; Eight wins; 10 finals; Five no.1 qualifiers

2018 Season: One win (Gainesville); Nine round wins; Ninth in the standings

Shawn Langdon 

Langdon looking for first Denver win

Last Event Recap (NHRA New England Nationals): Qualified third; Semifinalist (Defeated Jim Campbell in the first round and John Force in the quarterfinals, lost to Tim Wilkerson in the first round)

2017 NHRA Mile High Nationals Recap: Qualified fifth; First round loss (Lost to Terry Haddock in the first round)

Quotable: “I haven’t had too much success in Denver, but it is one of my favorite stops on tour with great fans. It is a great way to start the Western Swing. The Global Electronic Technology team has been working hard to prepare for this race with the changes that it requires, so we are ready. It is a fun unique race in a beautiful setting. The Bandimere family does a great job, and I am excited to be headed to Denver.”

Career Stats: 218 starts; 257 round wins; 14 wins; 30 finals; 18 no.1 qualifiers (Funny Car stats: 13 starts; 10 round wins)

2018 Season: 13 starts; 10 round wins; ninth in the standings

Noteworthy: Langdon claimed the 14-year old Junior Dragster championship at Bandimere Speedway in 1997.

JR Todd 

Todd returns to the site of first career win

Denver Highlights: Two wins (2014, 2006)

Last Event Recap (NHRA New England Nationals): Qualified seventh; First round loss (Lost to Tim Wilkerson in the first round)

2017 NHRA Mile High Nationals Recap: Qualified eighth; Quarterfinalist (Defeated Tim Wilkerson in the first round, lost to Jim Campbell in the quarterfinals)

Quotable: “I am excited about the Western Swing as it is one of my favorite times of the year. Racing on the mountain is a major challenge and I’d love to add a Funny Car win there.”

Career Stats: 185 starts; 184 round wins; 13 wins; 23 finals; 9 no.1 qualifiers (Funny Car stats: 37 starts; Four wins (2017: Sonoma, Indianapolis, 2018: Las Vegas-I, Houston); Five finals (2017: Charlotte-I, Sonoma, Indianapolis, 2018: Las Vegas-I, Houston); 35 round wins)

2018 Season: Two wins (Las Vegas-I, Houston); 17 round wins; sixth in the point standings 

Noteworthy: Todd will match his entire round win total from the 2018 season (18 round wins) with a first round win on Sunday; Todd scored both his first career win (2006) and first win for Kalitta Motorsports (2014) at Bandimere; Todd is also the only pro driver to have a win on the Western Swing the last four seasons (2014: Denver, 2015: Seattle, 2016: Sonoma, 2017: Sonoma)

Sawn Langdon Epping 

Langdon advances to his fourth semifinal of the season

Race Recap: Shawn Langdon and the Global Electronic Technology team had a strong weekend in Epping with his fourth semifinal finish of his first Funny Car season.

The strength was shown early in qualifying as Langdon scored the third-best qualifying pass on the Friday evening session. That gave the Global Electronic Technology driver a bonus point and his career-best start aboard a Funny Car. 

The third starting spot meant Langdon faced 14th qualifier Jim Campbell in the opening round. Langdon made the early move on Campbell and was streaking away before Campbell had bigger problems. Langdon was easily to the stripe first.

In the quarterfinals, Langdon faced John Force. Nicky Boninfante and Kurt Elliott turned up the tune-up and lowered their elapsed time in the first round despite the increase of temperatures. Langdon's 4.314 second pass was the best of the round and gave Langdon the round win over Force and lane choice over Tim Wilkerson in the semifinals.

In the semifinal round, Langdon was able to get the jump on Wilkerson at the tree and the Global Electronic Technology Camry was ahead early. However, Wilkerson was able to drive around by the 330 foot mark and was able to score the close victory.

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 3 (3.976 sec., 321.42 mph) 

E1: Langdon defeated Campbell - 4.152 sec., 304.80 mph to 4.837 sec., 173.47 mph

E2: Langdon defeated J. Force - 4.134 sec., 307.93 mph to 4.204 sec., 262.39 mph

E3: Langdon defeated by Wilkerson - 4.144 sec., 305.42 mph to 4.118 sec., 309.91 mph

Quotable: “We’ve really done a good job the last couple of races of turning our Global Electronic Technology Toyota around and gaining consistency. We’ve had a couple little gremlins that we’ve also worked out. Our test session at Norwalk really went well. I think it translated into what we were able to accomplish this weekend. We have a Camry that can repeat and is consistent. We feel that now we have a pretty good baseline tune-up that we can go off of. Today, we were able to make three great runs – 4.15, 4.13 and 4.14 and I think we’re in the ballgame now. I think if I can fine-tune my driving a little bit and we continue to fine-tune the set-up a little bit, we’re going to have a pretty bad hotrod. I’m excited to go to the Western Swing.” 

Point Standings: Ninth; leads Bob Tasca III by 50 points for 10th; trails John Force by 18 points for eighth

Doug Kalitta Epping

Kalitta gets an Epping round win

Race Recap: Doug Kalitta took the Mac Tools Toyota to the second round of eliminations at the New England Dragway before falling to no.1 qualifier Leah Pritchett.

Kalitta's qualifying passes did not yield the desired results as the Mac Tools machine failed to make it to the stripe with a full pass. They were still able to qualify ninth despite only one pass crossing 300 mph. 

In the first round, the Mac Tools driver drew Terry McMillen. The pair left together and both did not make clean passes but Kalitta wheeled his Mac Tools machine to the stripe first moving him to the quarterfinals.

In the quarterfinals, Kalitta faced Pritchett. He was able to get a hundredth off of the starting line, but shortly after the Mac Tools Toyota had major tire smoke and Pritchett made a clean pass to score the round win. 

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 9 (3.874 sec., 303.64 mph)

E1: Kalitta defeated McMillen - 4.143 sec., 275.45 mph to 4.175 sec., 268.49 mph

E2: Kalitta defeated by Pritchett - 4.900 sec., 212.46 mph to 3.888 sec., 316.30 mph

Quotable: “It was nice to get a round win today for Mac Tools and all of our supporters. We would have liked to get more, but we will go home and get ready for the Swing."

Point Standings: Fifth; leads Antron Brown by 84 points for sixth; trails Leah Pritchett by 19 points for fourth

Richie Crampton Epping

Crampton advances to the quarterfinals

Race Recap: Richie Crampton earned a second straight first round win this weekend in Epping.

The DHL/Kalitta Air machine had a great run to close qualifying in the heat of Saturday. Crampton's 3.884 second run was top five of the session and moved him inside the top ten qualifiers for the New England Nationals. 

In the first round, Crampton faced one of the drivers he is battling with for a top ten spot, Scott Palmer. Crampton moved first and although the DHL/Kalitta Air ride failed to make a clean pass, Palmer suffered bigger woes and Crampton was able to move on.

In the quarterfinals, Crampton drew Tony Schumacher. This time, the DHL/Kalitta Air driver had near immediate tire smoke. Schumacher made a clean pass to advance. 

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 10 (3.884 sec., 316.97 mph) 

E1: Crampton defeated Palmer - 4.291 sec., 246.98 mph to 8.093 sec., 88.54 mph

E2: Crampton defeated by Schumacher - 5.316 sec., 138.33 mph to 3.906 sec., 318.54 mph

Quotable: “It was a pretty constructive day for our DHL Toyota team. Our win over Scott Palmer in the first round was huge. We’re all very close in the point standings with Scott, Mike Salinas and myself all sort of duking it out right now, so to get that win was pretty crucial. We’re back up to ninth in points. Now we want to try to get deeper into the top-10 before the Countdown. You always want to go a little further, but now we’ll have to do it in Denver.”

Point Standings: Ninth; leads Mike Salinas by 16 points for 10th; trails Brittany Force by 112 points for eighth

JR Todd sunday

Todd suffers close first round loss

Race Recap: J.R. Todd and the DHL/WIX Filters team suffered a close first round loss today in Epping.

Qualifying did not lead to the results the DHL team would have liked as Todd made just one clean pass, but it was a good one. Todd and the DHL Camry crossed the line in 4.021 seconds on Friday evening and secured another top half start. 

Todd and Wilkerson both made great passes in the heat of New Hampshire. Unfortunately for Todd, he came out on the wrong side of the closest side-by-side race of the session as his 4.132 second effort came up short against a 4.091 for Wilkerson, despite Todd's stellar efforts at the starting line. 

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 7 (4.021 sec., 319.67 mph) 

E1: Todd defeated by Wilkerson - 4.132 sec., 306.19 mph to 4.091 sec., 313.29 mph

Quotable: "From the time we unloaded this weekend, we never really hit the ground running. I hate that all the ground we made up we gave back. We will head back to the shop, regroup and get this DHL/WIX Filters Toyota Camry ready for the Swing." 

Point Standings: Sixth; leads Tommy Johnson Jr. by 108 points by seventh; trails Robert Hight by 29 points for fifth

Doug Kalitta Saturday

Doug Kalitta, driver of the Mac Tools Top Fuel Dragster

Q1: 3.894 sec. at 281.42 MPH
Q2: 3.874 sec. at 303.64 MPH
Q3: 4.519 sec. at 180.67 MPH
Q44.827 sec. at 157.54 MPH

Starting Position: 9th
First Round Matchup: Terry McMillen
Quotable: “Not the qualifying portion of the weekend we were hoping for with this Mac Tools Toyota, but I am excited for raceday. I have never won here, and I would like nothing more than to claim a trophy in Epping." 

Richie Crampton Saturday

Richie Crampton, driver of the Kalitta Air Top Fuel Dragster

Q1: 6.040 sec. at 103.44 MPH
Q2: 8.617 sec. at 79.12 MPH
Q3: 4.791 sec. at 154.72 MPH
Q4:3.884 sec. at 316.97 MPH

Starting Position: 10th
First Round Matchup: Scott Palmer
Quotable: "Big battle for the top ten in the standings tomorrow. A great run by Connie, Rob Flynn and the entire Kalitta Air team in Q4. I think our run showed everybody else what was out there, but we got down the race track which gives me a ton of confidence going into tomorrow." 

Shawn Langdon Saturday

Shawn Langdon, driver of the Global Electronic Technology Toyota Camry Funny Car

Q1: 4.631 sec. at 181.59 MPH
Q2: 3.976 sec. at 321.42 MPH
Q3: 4.325 sec. at 226.51 MPH
Q46.085 sec. at 108.93 MPH

Bonus Points: 1 pt. (Third best of the second session)
Starting Position: 3rd
First Round Matchup: Jim Campbell
Quotable: "Our best qualifying effort; we made a great run in the night session on Friday which set the tone for the weekend. We have been working on a couple other little things. Decent draw in the first round. We just have to make a good run down the track. Also, a great spot in the ladder. If we can get by round one, the potential for round two is we could race one of the guys that is close to us in points. We are in control of our own destiny fighting for that top ten spot, and I feel like we have a great race car right now." 

JR Todd Saturday

J.R. Todd, driver of the DHL Toyota Camry Funny Car

Q1: 5.067 sec. at 150.20 MPH
Q2: 4.021 sec. at 319.67 MPH
Q3: 6.546 sec. at 100.47 MPH
Q44.178 sec. at 296.83 MPH

Starting Position: 7th
First Round Matchup: Tim Wilkerson
Quotable: "The track is definitely presenting a challenge for everyone, and qualifying was a little bit of a struggle for us. However, it is good to be in the top half of the field because we will have lane choice tomorrow if that comes into play. We are trying to get Connie Kalitta his first win in New England."

 

Doug Kalitta

Kalitta looking to cross Epping off his list

Epping Highlights: One final (2014); One no.1 qualifier (2013)

Last Event Recap (NHRA Norwalk Nationals): Qualified ninth; First round loss (Lost to Leah Pritchett in the first round)

2017 NHRA New England Nationals Recap: Qualified ninth; First round loss (Lost to Steve Torrence in the first round)

Quotable: “I am really excited to get to Epping. The fans always pack the place out and the racing is great. My Mac Tools team is ready for a rebound and we are looking for a solid race this weekend.”

Career Stats: 470 starts; 640 round wins (ninth all-time); 44 wins (Fifth all-time in Top Fuel); 93 finals; 49 no.1 qualifiers (tied 14th all-time)

2018 Season: One Win (Pomona-I); Three finals (Pomona I, Charlotte I, Richmond); 17 round wins; fourth in the standings

Noteworthy: Next no.1 qualifier is 50th of his career; Epping is one of two tracks that Kalitta has not won at (Indianapolis), and the only track that Kalitta Motorsports has not won at

Richie Crampton

Crampton plans to break back into the top ten in Epping

Last Event Recap (NHRA Norwalk Nationals): Qualified 10th; Quarterfinalist (Defeated Pat Dakin in the first round, lost to Terry McMillen in the quarterfinals) 

2017 NHRA New England Nationals Recap: Did not compete

Quotable: “After a well deserved weekend off, my Kalitta Air/DHL team and I are ready to get back after it in Epping. It is one of our favorite races of the season. We love the way the fans get behind the race, and I cannot wait to strap in on Friday and get it started.”

Career Stats: 90 starts; 83 round wins; Eight wins; 10 finals; Five no.1 qualifiers

2018 Season: One win (Gainesville); Eight round wins; 11th in the standings

Shawn Langdon

Langdon excited for Epping weekend

Epping Highlights: One final (2013)

Last Event Recap (NHRA Norwalk Nationals): Qualified eighth; Quarterfinalist (Defeated Del Worsham in the first round, lost to Courtney Force in the quarterfinals)

2017 NHRA New England Nationals Recap: Qualified sixth; Semifinalist (Defeated Dom Lagana in the first round and Smax Smith in the quarterfinals, lost to Brittany Force in the semifinals)

Quotable: “Epping is an awesome race track with a great fan base. I have been to a final before, but I would love to get Connie and Global Electronic Technology their first win this weekend and my first win in Funny Car.”

Career Stats: 217 starts; 255 round wins; 14 wins; 30 finals; 18 no.1 qualifiers (Funny Car stats: 12 starts; Eight round wins)

2018 Season: 12 starts; eight round wins; ninth in the standings

JR Todd

Todd ready for return to the winner's circle

Last Event Recap (NHRA Norwalk Nationals): Qualified seventh; Semifinalist (Defeated Bob Tasca III in the first round and Ron Capps in the quarterfinals, lost to Matt Hagan in the semifinals) 

2017 NHRA New England Nationals Recap: Qualified eighth; First round loss (Lost to Tommy Johnson Jr. in the first round)

Quotable: “I am ready to hit the gas this weekend and hopefully keep our momentum going. It would be great to get Connie his first win in New Hampshire.”

Career Stats: 184 starts; 184 round wins; 13 wins; 23 finals; 9 no.1 qualifiers (Funny Car stats: 36 starts; Four wins (2017: Sonoma, Indianapolis, 2018: Las Vegas-I, Houston); Five finals (2017: Charlotte-I, Sonoma, Indianapolis, 2018: Las Vegas-I, Houston); 35 round wins)

2018 Season: Two wins (Las Vegas-I, Houston); 17 round wins; fifth in the point standings 

Noteworthy: Todd will match his entire round win total from the 2017 season (18 round wins) with a first round win on Sunday

JR Todd Norwalk 2018

Todd advances to third straight semifinal

Race Recap: J.R. Todd and the DHL/WIX Filters team earned their third straight semifinal finish in Norwalk today.

Todd and the DHL/WIX Filters team was only able to hit the track twice in qualifying due to weather, but the Jon Oberhofer and Todd Smith-tuned machine made quick work of their first opportunity recording a 4.044 second pass, which secured a top half starting spot.

For the third time in four races, Todd drew Bob Tasca III on raceday. Todd got a big jump on Tasca III on the starting line and the DHL/WIX Filters Camry was clean to the finish line with a solid 4.016 second pass. That gave him lane choice over Ron Capps in the quarterfinals. 

Todd got the advantage on the former champion at the start and Capps fell to tire smoke nearly immediately. Todd's elapsed time improved to a 4.004 seconds and he advanced to his third straight semifinal.

In the semifinals, Todd picked his lane over Matt Hagan. It was a close race throughout the 1,000 foot distance, but Hagan got to the stripe first to end Todd's weekend.

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 7 (4.044 sec., 315.27 mph) 

  • E1: Todd defeated Tasca III - 4.016 sec., 316.01 mph to 5.438 sec., 142.39 mph
  • E2: Todd defeated Capps - 4.004 sec., 321.27 mph to 9.588 sec., 81.59 mph
  • E3: Todd defeated by Hagan - 4.031 sec., 321.50 mph to 3.981 sec., 320.58 mph

Quotable: "Not the end result we wanted for this DHL/WIX Filters Toyota team, but a good day for points. We are making up ground on the cars in front of us, and hopefully we can keep moving forward."

Point Standings: Fifth; leads Ron Capps by 12 points by fourth; trails Robert Hight by four points for fourth

Richie Crampton Norwalk 2018

Crampton scores Norwalk round win

Race Recap: 

Richie Crampton earned a round win at the Summit Motorsports Park today in Norwalk, Ohio.

Crampton and the Top Fuel field got only two attempts at the track in qualifying. After the first pass did not go as the DHL/Kalitta Air team would have liked, Rob Flynn and Connie Kalitta tuned Crampton to a 3.888 second pass which easily secured Crampton a spot in the field.

The 10th starting spot meant a draw with part-time competitor and Ohio native Pat Dakin. Crampton was solid on the tree, and the DHL ride recorded its best pass of the weekend, a 3.802, to secure the round win. 

That advanced Crampton past the first round for the second time in three events; this time the draw was Terry McMillen. Despite another solid effort at the tree and a clean 3.810 second run, McMillen was able to score the round win by a few feet at the line. With the result, Crampton moved within one point of the top ten in the standings.

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 10 (3.888 sec., 316.60 mph) 

  • E1: Crampton defeated Dakin - 3.802 sec., 321.81 mph to 3.834 sec., 318.24 mph
  • E2: Crampton defeated by McMillen - 3.810 sec., 320.51 mph to 3.793 sec., 327.11 mph

Quotable: "We're heading in the right direction for sure. We're starting to keep our eye on those valuable points. We definitely needed a round win or two here. Now we just need to keep moving forward as we head to Epping in two weeks."

Point Standings: 11th; trails Scott Palmer by one point for 10thStatistics:
Qualified: No. 10 (3.888 sec., 316.60 mph) E1: Crampton defeated Dakin - 3.802 sec., 321.81 mph to 3.834 sec., 318.24 mphE2: Crampton defeated by McMillen - 3.810 sec., 320.51 mph to 3.793 sec., 327.11 mph

Quotable: "We're heading in the right direction for sure. We're starting to keep our eye on those valuable points. We definitely needed a round win or two here. Now we just need to keep moving forward as we head to Epping in two weeks."

Point Standings: 11th; trails Scott Palmer by one point for 10th

Shawn Sunday Norwalk 2018

Langdon has solid raceday performance

Race Recap: Shawn Langdon scored a round win and gave the points leader quite a fight at today's Norwalk Nationals. 

Langdon was outside of the qualifying order going into Saturday, but the Global Electronic Technology team had a great plan. A stellar 4.050 second pass tuned by Nicky Boninfante and Kurt Elliott meant a bonus point and a top half starting spot for Langdon. 

In the first round, Langdon was the final nitro pair to see the track with his opponent, former Kalitta driver and Funny Car world champion Del Worsham. Langdon got a slight advantage at the tree, and lowered his elapsed time from Saturday to advance past Worsham and further secure his top ten placement.

In the quarterfinals, Langdon came up against points leader Courtney Force. He was able to get three hundredths at the starting line, but he needed just a little more as Force was able to drive around Langdon despite a weekend-best run of 4.025 seconds. 

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 8 (4.050 sec., 308.71 mph) 

  • E1: Langdon defeated Worsham - 4.045 sec., 318.77 mph to 4.847 sec., 202.00 mph
  • E2: Langdon defeated by C. Force - 4.025 sec., 315.19 mph to 3.971 sec., 325.37 mph

Quotable: "We had a great weekend for how it started off. The Global Electronic Technology Toyota ended up the eighth qualifier and we made two good runs today. We gave the points leader a pretty solid run. We are picking away at it. We are back inside the top ten, which is a plus and we have a better race car, which is also a plus. We just came up a little bit short today in the quarterfinals. We have a week to go over everything and get ready for Epping."

Point Standings: Ninth; leads Bob Tasca III by five points for 10th; trails John Force by 45 points for eighth

Doug Kalitta Norwalk 2018

Kalitta loses a close one in the first round

Race Recap: Doug Kalitta and the Mac Tools team fell in a close race in the first round of the Norwalk Nationals today at Summit Motorsports Park.

Despite only two chances at the race track in qualifying, Kalitta and the Mac Tools team made the most of it by getting down the track both laps. Their best pass, a 3.844 second run, got pushed out of the top half to ninth in what ended up being the final qualifying session.

In the first round, Kalitta faced fellow top five driver Leah Pritchett in the first round. Kalitta was able to score a slight advantage at the starting line, but Pritchett was able to drive back around and score the round win win a close race. 

Statistics:
Qualified: No. 9 (3.844 sec., 320.74 mph)

  • E1: Kalitta defeated by Pritchett - 3.805 sec., 321.73 mph to 3.794 sec., 328.94 mph

Quotable: "The Mac Tools team just lost a close race today in Norwalk. Nothing to hang our heads about. We will go home, regroup and get ready for Epping in a couple weeks."

Point Standings: Fourth; leads Leah Pritchett by 13 points for fifth; trails Tony Schumacher by 68 points for third

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Mello Yello Championship Points

Top Fuel (Unofficial)

1. Steve Torrence (1086)
2. Tony Schumacher (896)
3. Clay Millican (881)
4. Leah Pritchett (820)
5. Doug Kalitta (801)
6. Antron Brown (717)
7. Terry McMillen (679)
8. Brittany Force (634)
9. Richie Crampton (522)
10. Mike Salinas (506)
 

Funny Car (Unofficial)

1. Courtney Force (1069)
2. Matt Hagan (914)
3. Jack Beckman (847)
4. Ron Capps (834)
5. Robert Hight (829)
6. J.R. Todd (800)
7. Tommy Johnson Jr. (692)
8. John Force (632)
9. Shawn Langdon (614)
10. Bob Tasca III (564)

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