John Labbous and Sherman Adcock led the leaderboard at the Circle K NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway.
Joining them in the winner’s circle was David Eaton (Comp), Barry Parker (STK), Monty Bogan (SS), Brandon Miller (TS), and Scott Neal (TD).
Read the race recap below to learn more about the winners!
2023 Circle K NHRA Four-Wide Nationals
David Eaton picked up his fifth NHRA National event Wally after defeating Jared Kimbrough in the final round. Kimbrough turned it -.015 to hand the win over to Eaton, who was .043 and coasted to the finish line.
Santo Volpe was the semi-finalist.
Monty Bogan defeated Tyler Caheely in the final round to take home his fifth NHRA National event Wally. Bogan had a slight starting line advantage, .006 to .013, and ran a 9.171 at 145 mph on his 9.09 dial-in to head to the winners circle.
Marion Stephenson was the semi-finalist.
Barry Parker took home his second NHRA National event Wally after defeating Steve Foley in the final round. Foley had the starting line advantage, .022 to .032, but Parker got the win by .019 to run a 10.281 at 116 mph on his 10.24 dial-in.
Dan Fletcher was the semi-finalist.
John Labbous defeated Nicole Stephenson in the final round to take home his 11th NHRA National event Wally. Just a coin flip apart on the tree, .017 to .021, Labbous ran a 8.920 at 172 mph on the 8.90 index to pick up the trophy.
Sherman Adcock and Daniel Bisbano were the semi-finalists.
Sherman Adcock picked up his 14th NHRA National event Wally in Super Gas after defeating Rusty Cook in the final round. Cook turned it -.001 to hand the win over to Adcock, who was .023 and coasted to the finish line.
Billy Upton was the semi-finalist.
Scott Neal defeated Ross Laris in the final round to visit the winners circle. Neal was .014 and ran a 7.200 at 183 mph on his 7.20 dial-in to make Laris mathematically ineligible at the hit.
Jeff Strickland and James Hinkle were the semi-finalists.
Brandon Miller picked up his second NHRA career Wally after defeating Michael Scott in the final round. Scott turned it -.006 red to hand the trophy over to Miller, who was .016 and coasted to the finish line.
Jeff Brooks and Johnny Brooks were the semi-finalists.
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