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DragChamp Top 10 List – 11/1/23 Edition

Jonathan Martin extends his streak to eight straight finals to lead the DragChamp Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance

11/01/23 – We’ve accumulated the best performers from the past week for the Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance. Read below to see how they ranked.

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1 – Jonathan Martin

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Jonathan Martin jumps to the top of the list after making eight straight final rounds. A week after running himself in the final at Kinston, Jonathan found himself in the winners circle once again, this time at Maryland International Raceway. His victory at MIR was his seventh in eight consecutive finals!

2 – Scott Lewis

Scott Lewis snagged the largest payday of the week after winning $20,000 at Galot’s Halloween Havoc. The race was originally scheduled for twin $10K’s, but due to an overwhelming number of entries, the track combined both races into a $20K which was completed over two days. Lewis outlasted the huge field to earn the big payday.

3 – Marty Flegal Jr.

Marty Flegal Jr. hit the Top 10 a couple weeks ago when he ran himself in a $10,000 final at the FRBR Promotions Doorwars event at Maple Grove. He continued his winning ways at Mason Dixon this past weekend taking home the $3,000 Footbrake title. Over the last couple races, Flegal has not lost a round in over 20 rounds of competition.

4 – Wes May

Wes May added to an already impressive season when he doubled up at Knoxville this past weekend. May took home the shootout on Saturday and followed with a main event win on Sunday.

5 – NHRA Summit ET Champs

The NHRA crowned their Summit Racing Equipment ET national champions on Sunday in Vegas. Billy Boyko earned the Super Pro title in his dragster, Mike Larose drove his ’68 Dart to the Pro title, Jake Biscay won Sportsman in his ’57 Wagon, Patrick Roetto won the Motorcycle title, and Josh Rogers took home the EV championship.

6 – Benny Combs

Benny Combs grabs the #6 spot after doubling up at Knoxville. Combs won both the Box and No-Box classes on Friday night and added a couple of semifinal finishes on Saturday and Sunday.

7 – Ryan Coppock

Ryan Coppock doubled up at Knoxville on Sunday when he won both the No-Box and Sportsman classes!

8 – Tony Virgilio

Tony Virgilio finished the season on a heater. In his last six races of the season, Virgilio won five times including the Division 3 ET finals. Competing at the NHRA ET Finals in Vegas on Sunday, Virgilio drove to the final round where he came up less than “one thou” short of winning the national championship!

9 – Kaleb Greene

Kaleb Greene drove through a huge field at the Galot Halloween Havoc to earn the $6,000 No-Box title.

10 – Aaron Jeffers

Aaron Jeffers closes out the Top 10 List after making back-to-back finals at London Dragway. After a runner-up in last weekend’s 64-Car Shootout, Jeffers turned on the final win light this past weekend to earn a Top 10 showing.

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