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DragChamp Top 10 List – 10/26/22 Edition

Tucker Kanselaar wins the largest paying OG Million race ever to lead the DragChamp Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance

10/26/22 – 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 – Tucker Kanselaar

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Tucker Kanselaar outlasted the largest field in the Million Dollar Drag Race history on Saturday to win a record $640,000 prize. Kanselaar went the distance against 496 entries taking down Rayce Tarleton in the final round to claim his first OG Million victory. A great performance and by the 23 year old Iowa racer and a weekend I’m sure he’ll never forget. A week prior to the Million Tucker raced to a $7K runner-up and a semifinal finish at the Triple 7’s at Cordova.

2 – Aaron Disinger

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Aaron Disinger enjoyed a wildly successful 10 day stretch at Montgomery. Disinger won a $20K at the Mike Smith Memorial the weekend before the Million. He continued his current hot streak at the Million where he put 60+ laps on his wheelstanding Malibu. Aaron ran deep in every race last week including getting down to 12 in the Million before earning a runner-up finish in the Sunday 100K.

3 – The Peep Show

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The Peep Show went from last to first at the Million. After admitting to struggling earlier in the week, Pennington redeemed himself on Sunday by stopping the red hot Aaron Disinger in the final round to collect a $100K payday.

4 – Nick Folk

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Nick Folk collected a huge payday on Wednesday after stopping Brad Clarke in a no-split 50K final. The win came against a monster field of over 600 entries.

5 – Derek Fuller

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Derek Fuller grabbed a Top 10 spot this week after winning the $20K Warm Up race on Tuesday at the Million.

6 – Taylor Pofahl

DragChamp Pro member Taylor Pofahl has been on a tear lately winning on a consistent basis. Competing at the Charlie Miner Memorial in Knoxville last weekend, Taylor ran himself in the final of the Shootout and then added a runner-up in the $2K No Box final.

7 – Big Block Blake Richardson

Blake Richardson did his best to outshine his brother A-Rich who’s been on the Top 10 the last couple of weeks. After a split & quit $5K with Austin last week, Blake added a $2,500 runner-up this past Friday and a $5K victory on Saturday at Gleason to secure the lucky 7 spot this week.

8 – Rayce Tarleton

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Rayce Tarleton carry the doorcar crowd all the way to the final round of the Million on Saturday night. Tarleton was killing the tree all day posting several .00 lights throughout eliminations. He finally got the bye at 3 cars which put him in the Million Dollar final. Although he came up short in the final, Rayce definitely made a name for himself with his outstanding showing.

9 – Bryson Scruggs

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Bryson Scruggs had a good run at Montgomery over the last week. A week before the Million he took two entries to the semifinals in the Mike Smith Memorial $20K. After dropping an entry in the semis, Scruggs took runner-up honors to Aaron Disinger in the final. Fast forward a week and Scruggs once again found himself deep in the $100K where he settled for a semifinal finish.

10 – Bad Brad Clarke

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Bad Brad Clarke made headlines on Wednesday at the Million when he refused to split at 10 cars. At 5 cars he called flyer again, and at 3, and going into the $50K final! While his luck held out for several high pressure rounds, he had an issue on the starting line in the final which handed the $50K payday to Nick Folk. Clarke collected $7K for the runner-up finish and practically broke the internet in the process.

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