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Monday, May 27, 2024

DragChamp Top 10 List – 4/24/24 Edition

Austin Richardson wins five times in six finals over the last two weeks to lead the DragChamp Top 10 List presented by Laris Motorsports Insurance

04/24/24 – 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 – Austin Richardson

A-Rich put the RBZBillet.com Vega in three finals for the second consecutive weekend! After winning once in three finals at three different tracks a week ago, Richardson made three finals at Music City this past weekend. His weekend included a $10K win and two split & quit $2,500 No-Box finals with Braden Sloan.

2 – The Webber Family

The Webber family takes the #2 spot this week after a dominating performance in Las Vegas. In the last two weeks Cody lead the team winning Top Dragster at the 4-Wide Nationals and in Race 1 of the D7 doubleheader divisional. His brother Chad won Super Comp last Thursday at the rain-delayed Winternationals which was completed in Vegas. On Sunday, the patriarch of the family, Bill, won Super Comp in Race #2 of the doubleheader to close out an incredible week of racing.

3 – Luke Bogacki

Speaking of success in Vegas, Luke Bogacki followed his Spring Fling Million victory with two NHRA final round appearances. Luke drove his father-in-laws dragster to the Winternationals final on Thursday and his Super Gas Vette to the Race #1 final round on Friday. Although he came up short in both finals, he enjoyed a very successful west coast swing this year.

4 – Charlie Lockhart

Charlie Lockhart grabs the four spot this week after an impressive month of racing. Prior to leaving for the Spring Fling, Charlie posted back-to-back victories at Beacon Dragway. At the Spring Fling, he won the No-Box class on Million dollar Saturday and made it down to 8 cars in the Million. On his way home from Vegas, he stopped off in Baton Rouge where he grabbed a runner-up finish at CP’s Racer Appreciation Bash. After finally making it home, he picked up a win in No-Box and a semifinal in Top at Beacon over the weekend.

5 – Rick Okerman

Rick Okerman made two national event final rounds in less than a week to earn a Top 5 showing. Okerman was the Top Sportsman runner-up a week ago at the NHRA 4-Wide Nationals and went one round further posting a win in the rain-delayed Winternationals final on Thursday.

6 – Shawn Langdon

Shawn Langdon used a rare weekend off from Top Fuel racing to compete in the 4.50 Class at the Verge Outlaw Series at Beech Bend. He won Saturday’s race and made it to the finals again on Sunday where a -.001 redlight ended his unbeaten streak.

7 – Trey Vetter

Trey Vetter showed out in Vegas over the last couple weeks racing to a semifinal finish at the 4-Wide Nationals which was followed by a win and a runner-up in Super Stock last weekend at the D7 double divisional.

8 – Braden Sloan

Braden Sloan raced to two $2,500 No-Box finals at the Hill over the weekend. In both instances, he met up with Austin Richardson in the finals where they split & quit.

9 – Don Keen

Don Keen found success in Vegas after posting a runner-up in Super Stock at the 4-Wide Nationals followed by a Stock victory in Race #1 of the double divisional the following week.

9 – Tanner Hiatt

Tanner Hiatt makes a Top 10 showing after racing to the Super Comp finals at both divisional races in Vegas last weekend. He won the first race and was runner-up in the second race of the weekend.

10 – Joey Moore

A couple of weeks ago Joey Moore debuted his rebuilt Camaro only to damage it after a huge wheelstand. After repairing the damage, he took it to two finals last weekend at Wabash Valley Dragway.

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