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DragChamp Top 10 List – 11/2/22 Edition

Kyle Cultrera wins 20K and is RU in 6K at Galot to lead the DragChamp Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance

11/02/22 – 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 – Kyle Cultrera

Kyle Cultrera’s dream season just keeps getting better. After winning back-to-back $100K’s a month ago, Kyle found his way to two big money finals at Galot this past weekend. After grabbing a runner-up in the $6K Footbrake final in his Nova, Cultrera parked his dragster in the winner’s circle for $20K!

2 – Rich Komor

Rich Komor had a big weekend at North Florida Motorplex. Komor won the No Box class in his Nova and finished the day with the double after winning the $10K Box class leaving off the bottom!

3 – Garreth Sheppeard

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Garreth Sheppeard grabs the #3 spot this week after winning back-to-back NHRA Motorcycle national championships. Sheppeard’s run to his second title was not easy as he fought numerous issues with his bike. He fought through adversity to earn a second championship.

4 – Robert Butler

Robert Butler had a big day at Sacramento Raceway at the T&A Race Club event. Butler won No Box in his Chevelle and then took it to the Box final to run his second entry in his Camaro. After earning the win and runner-up, Butler faced off against Saturday’s winner for a special runoff which he also won!

5 – Carl Keil II

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Carl Keil earned a top 10 spot after capturing the NHRA Summit Super Pro National title in Vegas on Sunday.

6 – Andy Anderson

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Andy Anderson of FRBR Promotions fame captured the NHRA Pro national championship in Vegas.

7 – Jason Hildebrandt

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DragChamp Pro member Jason Hildebrandt is your 2022 NHRA Sportsman world champ!

8 – Craig Merrilees

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Craig Merrilees made history on Sunday when he became the first ever NHRA EV world champ. Merrilees raced through a competitive field to earn the inaugural championship.

9 – Dennis Paz

Dennis Paz continues to make noise on the west coast. After numerous double ups and back-to-back victories in the last year, Paz just missed the double this past weekend. After winning on Saturday, and defeating his teammate in the final, Paz came up short in the Sunday runoff against Sunday winner Robert Butler.

10 – Mitchell Seymore

Mitchell Seymore is quickly becoming a fixture on the Top 10 List. Last weekend’s performance extended his recent winning streak when he collected a win in the Pro Shootout and a runner-up in the No Box Shootout at Ethridge Motorsports Park.

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