Travis Gusso and Kyle Rizzoli led the leaderboard at the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
LAS VEGAS, NV – Travis Gusso and Kyle Rizzoli visited the winners circle at the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Gusso picked up his first NHRA National event victory.
Joining them in the winner’s circle was Brad Burton (STK), Tanner Theobald (SC), Tom Carlson (SG), and Michael MacBrair (TD).
Read the race recap below to learn more about the winners!
2023 NHRA Four-Wide Nationals
Travis Gusso picked up his first ever NHRA National event Wally after defeating Jeff Taylor in the final round. Gusso had a huge starting line advantage, .026 to .125, and never trailed back for the win. He ran a 8.792 at 154 mph.
Bruno Massel and Ryan Priddy were the semi-finalist.
Brad Burton defeated Trey Vetter in the final round to take home his 11th NHRA National event Wally. Vetter had a slight starting line advantage, .015 to .020, but Burton ran a 9.579 at 131 mph on his 9.57 dial-in to take home the trophy.
Jeff Adkinson and Ryan McClanahan were the semi-finalist.
Kyle Rizzoli took home his 25th NHRA National event Wally after defeating John Gray in the final round. Gray had the starting line advantage, .029 to .050, but Rizzoli got the win by .006 to run a 10.363 at 118 mph on her 10.37 dial-in.
Jeff Jerome was the semi-finalists.
Tanner Theobald defeated Doug Johnson in the final round to take home his second NHRA National event Wally. Just a coin flip apart on the tree, .019 to .021, Theobald ran a 9.062 at 159 mph on the 9.05 index to pick up the trophy.
Paul Buell was the semi-finalists.
Tom Carlson picked up his first NHRA National event Wally after defeating Mark Philbrick in the final round. Carlson was .010 total to make Philbrick mathematically ineligible at the hit, making it a smooth ride to the winners circle.
Michael Boner was the semi-finalists.
Michael MacBrair picked up his fourth NHRA National event Wally after defeating Dan Naylor in the final round. MacBrair had a huge starting line advantage, .029 to .081, and ran a 6.411 at 212 mph on his 6.40 dial-in to take home the trophy.
Bradley Johnson and Jennifer Wiens were the semi-finalists.
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