Bruno Massel led the weekend after clinching the 2021 World Championship in Competition Eliminator and taking home the Wally in the final round.
LAS VEGAS, NV – Many Wally’s were given away this weekend at the Dodge SRT NHRA Nationals at the Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Bruno Massel tops the charts this weekend taking home the Wally in Competition Eliminator and also clinching the 2021 NHRA World Championship.
Joining Bruno in the winners circle was Chris Hall (SS), Justin Lamb (STK), Steve Williams (SC), Evans Kowalski (SG), and Nick Alejandre (SST).
Read the race recap below to meet the winners!
2021 Dodge SRT NHRA Nationals
Competition Eliminator – Bruno Massel
Bruno Massel defeated Dean Carter in the final round to take home the trophy. Massel had the starting line advantage, .022 to .099, and never looked back for the victory. He ran a 7.099 at 182 mph.
Ryan Priddy was the semi-finalist.
Stock Eliminator – Justin Lamb
Justin Lamb and LVMS just go together perfectly! Lamb defeated Todd Hoven to take home his 28th career victory. Just a coin flip apart on the tree, Lamb broke out less to take home the trophy. Lamb was .032 and ran a 9.918 at 131 mph on his 9.93 dial-in.
Jamey Picht and Jimmy Hidalgo Jr. were the semi-finalists.
Super Stock – Chris Hall
Chris Hall took home his first NHRA Wally after defeating Larry Zavala in the final round. Zavala had the starting line advantage, .022 to .046, but took too much stripe to breakout more than Hall and gave the win to Hall. Hall ran an 8.990 at 150 mph on his 9.01 dial-in.
Tim hall and Terry Emmons were the semi-finalists.
Super Comp – Steve Williams
Steve Williams defeated Cody Webber in the final round to take home his 14th career Wally. Williams .021 package made Webber mathematically ineligible at the hit with his .031 reaction time. Williams ran 9.052 at 184 mph to take home the trophy.
Nicholas Shepherd and Peyton Januik were the semi-finalists.
Super Gas – Evan Kowalski
Evan Kowalski defeated Mike Ferderer to take home his third career Wally. Ferderer had the starting line advantage, .017 to .030, but took too much stripe to breakout and hand the win over the Kowalski. Kowalski ran a 10.038 at 154 mph.
Greg Hehr and Val Torres Sr. were the semi-finalists.
Super Street – Nick Alejandre
Nick Alejandre won his first National event Wally after defeating Kenny Snow in the final round. Alejandre had the starting line advantage, .009 to .015, and turned that into a win by running a 10.029 at 139 mph.
David Monsaas was the semi-finalist.
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