Tyler Wudarczyk and Jerry Emmons visited the winner’s circle at the Texas NHRA FallNationals to led the leaderboard at the Stampede of Speed.
ENNIS, TX – Tyler Wudarczyk and Jerry Emmons led the winners at the Texas NHRA FallNationals, picking up the Wally’s in Super Stock and Stock Eliminator. Wudarczyk won his sixth NHRA National event Wally of his career, while Emmons won his 19th of his career and his eighth at the Motorplex.
Joining them in the winner’s circle was Jim Greenheck (Comp), Michael Holcombe (SC), Trevor Larson (SG), Donnie Durenberger (SST), Curt Fredrich (TS) and Holden Laris (TD).
Read the race recap below to learn more about the winners!
2023 Texas NHRA FallNationals
Jim Greenheck won his fourth NHRA National event Wally after defeating Shaun Vincent in the final round. Vincent had the starting line advantage, .045 to .062, but Greenheck chased him down for the trophy and ran a 7.163 at 188 mph on his 7.65 index.
Semi-finalists were Ashton Hudson and Monty Bogan.
Tyler Wudarczyk took home his sixth NHRA National event Wally after defeating Victor Penrod in the final round. Penrod was -.009 up front to hand the easy win over to Wudarczyk, who was .032 up front and ran a 10.367 at 126 mph.
Jeremy Duncan and Jeff Hefler were the semi-finalists.
Jerry Emmons took home his 19th NHRA National event Wally after defeating Jimmy Hidalgo in the final round. Hidalgo had the slight starting line advantage, .014 to .020, but Emmons got to the stripe first to run a 10.514 at 113 mph on his 10.48 dial-in to pick up the trophy.
Lenny Lottig and Kyle Rizzoli were the semi-finalists.
Michael Holcombe picked up his second NHRA National event Wally after defeating David Long in the final round. Holcombe was .011 up front and ran an 8.915 at 173 mph on the 8.90 index to pick up the trophy.
Kris Whitfield and Vernon Rowland were the semi-finalists.
Trevor Larson visited the winners circle for his ninth NHRA career Wally after defeating Steve Collier in the final round. Larson had the starting line advantage, .013 to .028, and turned it into a win light running a 9.928 at 161 mph on the 9.90 index.
George Meyer and Vernon Rowland were the semi-finalists.
Donnie Durenberger picked up his third NHRA National event Wally after defeating Mark McCall in the final round. Durenberger was .007 up front and ran a 10.920 at 146 mph on the 10.90 index for the trophy.
Dell Hall was the semi-finalist.
Curt Fredrich defeated David Cuadra in the final round to take home his third NHRA National event Wally. Fredrich had the starting line advantage with a .021 and turned it into a win light, running a 6.523 at 211 mph on his 6.51 dial-in.
Ron Riegel and Jim Thorp were the semi-finalists.
Holden Laris defeated Dane Ward in the final round to take home his fourth NHRA National event Wally. Ward was -.011 up front to hand the win over to Laris, who was .001 and ran a 6.103 at 205 mph on his 6.10 dial-in.
Danny Nelson and Ken Moses were the semi-finalists.
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