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Hight wins fourth straight race; takes NHRA Nationals in North Carolina


Robert Hight (photo by National Dragster courtesy NHRA)

Robert Hight became the fifth funny car driver to win four straight races, beating John Force, Cruz Pedregon and Ron Capps in the final round of the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals in Concord, North Carolina.

Hight had a 4.076-second run at 314.83 mph in the unique event, which features racing in four lanes instead of the traditional two.

Hight is the son-in-law of John Force, having John’s oldest daughter, Adria, who is the CFO of John Force Racing.

Other winners in North Carolina on the NHRA circuit includes, Spencer Massey in top fuel and Greg Anderson in pro stock.


Info compiled from NHRA, Radio & TV news

Coughlin loses in finals of Pro Stock at Pomona.


Jeg Coughlin Jr. (courtesy of Team Jegs)

Columbus, Ohio area native Jeg Coughlin, Jr., sat out the 2011 NHRA season to work on putting together his own team.

The four-time season champion came to within eight feet of a win in his comeback bid in the NHRA Pro Stock car finals at the Winternationals in Pomona, California.

Coughlin qualified 14th but quickly climbed the ladder with three elimination wins before losing to Greg Anderson in the finals.

Other winners at Ponoma include: John Force in Funny Car and Spencer Massey in Top Fuel.


Info compiled from staff, NHRA & Team Jegs PR

Massey wins NHRA event in Colorado


Spencer Massey (photo by National Dragster courtesy NHRA)

Spencer Massey edged out teammate Tony Schumacher in the final elimination round to win the top fuel division at the Mopar Mile High Nationals in Morrison, Colorado and Brandimere Speedway.

Massey was able to top out at 269.67 mph and drove the 1,000-foot dragway in 4.150 seconds for his fifth career win and third of 2011.

The NHRA had other winners in John Force, funny car; Mike Edwards, pro stock and Karen Stoffer, motorcycle.


Info courtesy of the NHRA

Hight wins NHRA race in Tennessee


Robert Hight (photo by National Dragster courtesy NHRA)

Robert Hight, the son-in-law of NHRA legend John Force, earned his fourth funny car win of the season, breaking the national speed record with a 316.45 mph run at the Thunder Valley NHRA Nationals in Bristol, Tennessee.

Infor courtesy of the NHRA

Hight wins funny car finals in Kansas


Robert Hight (photo by National Dragster courtesy NHRA)

John Force is very successful as an NHRA drag racing icon. His company is just as successful.

Robert Hight gave John Force Racing its 200 victory, beating teammate Mike Neff in the funny car finals at the NHRA Summer Nationals in Topeka, Kansas.

John Force by himself has 132 wins and the company overall has the other 68.

Other winners at Topeka includes Spencer Massey in top fuel and Shane Gray in pro stock.


Robert Hight’s car (photo by National Dragster courtesy NHRA)

Info courtesy of NHRA news

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