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DragChamp Top 10 List – 10/13/21 Edition

Emmons Bros. pull a triple-double to lead the Top 10 List. The DragChamp Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance has this week’s top performers.

10/13/21 – DragChamp has accumulated the best performers over the weekend for the Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance. Check out the Top 10 List below to see how they ranked.

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1 – Emmons Bros. Motorsports

What a week for the Emmons Brothers racing team. In a span of seven days, they brothers teamed up to make six final round appearances! Their unbelievable triple-double streak began a week ago at the Division 4 Lucas Oil race at Noble, Okla. There Terry won Super Stock and Jerry won Stock. A few days later Jerry won the rain-delayed Houston Springnationals at the Texas Motorplex. His brother Speedy joined him in the winners circle after he won the Super Stock title. Two races, four wins! But the famous brothers weren’t done as Jerry and Speed once again rolled into the finals on Sunday for the Fallnationals. Although both came up short, their performance over the last week was legendary!

2 – Austin Williams

Speaking of great performances, A-dub also showed out last week. After picking up the Super Gas title at the D4 LODRS race in Oklahoma, Williams rolled to two final rounds last week in Dallas. He turned it red by .002 in the rain-delayed Springnationals final against Jerry DeBusk and returned for his third final round in a week to defeat DeBusk in the Fallnationals final on Sunday!

3 – Mike Barber

Mike Barber followed up his recent $50,000 victory at the Jim Harrington Bracket Nationals with a $20,000 win last weekend. Barber parked his Mustang on the dance floor for $20K at the Mutt & Jeff Fall Brawl over the weekend.

4 – Colby Walker

Colby Walker picked up three wins over the weekend at Jeffers Motorsports Park. Walker doubled up on Friday winning both No-Box and Box before adding another trophy on Saturday when he captured the No-Box title for the second straight day.

5 – Kevin Boring

Keving Boring put on a show during his last two races. Between Keystone Raceway and Quaker City, Boring turned on 23 straight win lights over a seven day span. His streak included two wins, a rain out finish at 10 cars, and finally a quarterfinal loss to end the streak.

6 – Jeff Duck

Jeff Duck snagged a huge $20,000 payday at the Mutt & Jeff Fall Brawl to lock in a Top 10 finish this week.

6 – T.G. Paschal

T.G. Paschal also raced to a $20,000 victory last week at Rockingham Dragway. Paschal benefitted when the two $10K’s were combined into one $20K due to weather related issues.

7 – Jimmy Lewis

JL gets a nod this week after winning Top Sportsman for the third time this season. Just a month removed from his U.S. Nationals victory, the former Super Gas world champ parked it on the dance floor at the NHRA Fallnationals on Sunday.

8 – Bryson Scruggs

After leading the Top 10 List recently when he won and runnered-up two $25,000 races on the same day, Bryson Scruggs slips back on the list after outlasting a 500-car field at Beech Bend to win $10,000 on Sunday.

9 – Jerry DeBusk

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Jerry DeBusk enjoyed a huge week at the Stampede of Speed last week in Dallas. The Division 4 Super Gas veteran raced to two final rounds where we met the aforementioned Austin Williams in both finals. DeBusk picked up the Springnationals Wally after Williams was .002 red but lost a close race on Sunday in the Fallnationals final.

10 – Tova Marshall

Tova Marshall rolled to two final rounds on Saturday at I-30 Dragway just east of Dallas. Marshall dropped the Quick 16 final to former IHRA world champ Dale Scates then rolled into the Top Bulb winners circle after stopping Scooter Hamlin in the final.

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