News
ace.pngarp.pngautodesk-logo-rgb-color-logo-white-text-large.pngchampion.pngcogistics.pngdarton.jpgdewalt.pngdhl.pngglobal2.pngias.pngjb.pngjegs.pngkalitta_air.pngmactools.pngredline_oil.pngrelect.jpgsealMasterLogo.jpgstandley.pngtechhnicoat.pngtequila_patron.pngtms.pngtoyota.pngwallace.pngwix2.jpgziebart.png

Doug Kalitta Dallas

Kalitta looks to take back the points lead in Dallas

Dallas Highlights: Two wins (2013, 2002); Three finals (2001, 1999, 1998); One no. 1 qualifier (2005)

Last Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified fourth; Finalist (Defeated Scott Palmer in the first round, Brittany Force in the quarterfinals and Dom Lagana in the the semifinals, lost to Steve Torrence in the final)

2016 Dallas Recap: Qualified ninth; Quarterfinal finish (Defeated Richie Crampton in the first round, lost to Antron Brown in the quarterfinals)

Quotable: “The Mac Tools team worked really hard on the off-week to get ready for these last three races. I am confident that we will have a solid setup and a great weekend at Texas Motorplex.”

Career Stats: 455 starts; 619 round wins (ninth all-time); 43 wins (Fifth all-time in Top Fuel); 91 finals; 49 no.1 qualifiers (tied 14th all-time)

2017 Season Stats: One win (Charlotte-II); Four finals (Pomona-I, Norwalk, Charlotte-II, St. Louis); Two no.1 qualifiers (Norwalk, Charlotte-II); 30 round wins; second in the standings

Shawn Langdon Dallas

Langdon desires first Dallas win

Dallas Highlights: Two finals (2013, 2010); Two no.1 qualifiers (2013, 2012)

Last Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified 10th; First round loss (Lost to Steve Torrence in the first round)

2016 Dallas Recap (w/ DSR): Qualified sixth; Semifinalist (Defeated Larry Dixon in the first round and Tony Schumacher in the quarterfinals, lost to Steve Torrence in the semifinals)

Quotable: “With three races to go, we are definitely working on doing everything we can to move up in the standings and run strong with this Global Electronic Technology machine. We are probably out of the championship hunt right now, but plan on taking out some of Doug’s competitors and help him out as much as we can.”

Career Stats: 202 starts; 239 round wins; 14 wins; 28 finals; 18 no.1 qualifiers

2017 Season Stats: 16 starts; Nine round wins; 10th in the point standings

Richie Crampton Dallas

Crampton returns to the site of his most recent victory

Dallas Highlights: One win (2015)

Last Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified ninth; First round loss (Lost to Dom Lagana in the first round)

2016 Dallas Recap (w/ MLR): Qualified eighth; First round loss (Lost to Doug Kalitta in the first round)

Quotable: “I love racing at the famous Billy Meyer Motorplex. Texas fans are great, and since it is where I scored my last win, I am excited to get back there and do it again.”

Career Stats: 76 starts; 73 round wins; Seven wins; Nine finals; Five no.1 qualifiers

2017 Season Stats: Four starts; One final (Charlotte-II); Three round wins

Noteworthy: Joined Kalitta Motorsports prior to the U.S. Nationals to drive for SealMaster Top Fuel dragster for the remainder of the season; Crampton is the 2014 NHRA Auto Club Road to the Future winner; In 2015, Crampton earned five wins and finished third in the final point standings

JR Todd Dallas

Todd looks to add Dallas FC trophy

Dallas Highlights: One win (2008); One final (2014); Two no.1 qualifiers (2014, 2007)

Last Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified 10th; First round loss (Lost to Courtney Force in the first round)

2016 Dallas Recap (Top Fuel): Qualified fourth; Semifinalist (Defeated Troy Buff in the first round and Brittany Force the quarterfinals, lost to Antron Brown in the semifinals)

Quotable: “It’s going to be really hot this weekend and lane choice may be crucial. At this point, we have nothing to lose so we’re going to go try to run as hard as the Motorplex will allow us and hopefully leave there with some cowboy hats on Sunday.”

Career Stats: 169 starts; 167 round wins; 11 wins; 21 finals; 9 no.1 qualifiers (Funny Car stats: 21 starts; Two wins (Sonoma, Indianapolis); Three finals (Charlotte-I, Sonoma, Indianapolis); 18 round wins)

2017 Season Stats: 21 starts; Two wins (Sonoma, Indianapolis); Three finals (Charlotte-I, Sonoma, Indianapolis); 18 round wins; eighth in the point standings

Alexis DeJoria Dallas

DeJoria Dallas pre-race notes

Dallas Highlights: site of DeJoria’s first career pro event in 2011

Last Event Recap (St. Louis): Qualified fourth; Quarterfinalist (Defeated Cruz Pedregon in the first round, lost to Jonnie Lindberg in the quarterfinals)

2016 Dallas Recap: Qualified ninth; Quarterfinalist (Defeated John Force in the first round, lost to Robert Hight in the quarterfinals)

Career Stats: 131 starts; 95 round wins; Five wins; Eight finals; Four no.1 qualifiers

2017 Season Stats: 17 starts; One win (Brainerd); 13 round wins; 11th in the point standings 

kstrong banner

Running a Mac Tools Mobile Franchise is One of the Best Jobs You Can Have.

Top Fuel for Life

Have you got your copy of Top Fuel for Life? Click to purchase!
Top_Fuel-Front_Cover.jpg
For any questions, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Donate to the
Tammy O Foundation

Tammy_O.png

On the Run with Ashley

70

Mello Yello Championship Points

Top Fuel (Unofficial)

1. Brittany Force (2690)
2. Steve Torrence (2609)
3. Doug Kalitta (2553)
4. Antron Brown (2508)
5. Leah Pritchett (2452) 
6. Clay Millican (2419)
7. Shawn Langdon (2406)
8. Tony Schumacher (2395)
9. Terry McMillen (2310)
10. Scott Palmer (2218)

 

Funny Car (Unofficial)

1. Robert Hight (2686)
2. Ron Capps (2588)
3. Courtney Force (2543)
4. Jack Beckman (2519)
5. Matt Hagan (2470)
6. Tommy Johnson Jr. (2452)
7. John Force (2388)
8. Tim Wilkerson (2296)
9. J.R. Todd (2282)
10. Cruz Pedregon (2178)

PMP.jpg