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Robert Hight Wins Flav-R-Pac NHRA Northwest Nationals

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Brittany and Flav-R-Pac Team Take Over Points Lead with Sonoma Win

Brittany Force and the Flav-R-Pac / Monster Energy Chevrolet dragster team dominated Sunday at the DENSO NHRA Sonoma Nationals at Sonoma Raceway to tally their fourth win of the season.

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Robert Hight Wins Mile-High Nationals

Robert Hight and the Automobile Club of Southern California Chevrolet Camaro SS team tallied their fifth win of the season Sunday at Bandimere Speedway.

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Robert Hight and AAA Chevrolet Take Points Lead with Ohio Win

Robert Hight and the AAA Ohio Chevrolet Camaro SS team take over the points lead with their fourth win of the season Sunday at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Nationals at Summit Racing Equipment Motorsports Park.

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Double-Up Wins in Virginia

Brittany Force and her Flav-R-Pac / Monster Energy team and Robert Hight and his Automobile Club of Southern California Chevrolet Camaro SS team both landed in the winner's circle this past Sunday in Virginia.

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John Force and Peak / BlueDEF Conquer Charlotte 4-Wide

John Force and the PEAK / BlueDEF PLATINUM Chevrolet Camaro SS team dominated the Circle K NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway.

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JOHN FORCE AND PEAK CHEVY RUNNER-UP AT HEARTLAND MOTORSPORTS PARK

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TOPEKA, Kan. (Aug. 14, 2022) – For the 264th time in his career, John Force made a final round appearance in his PEAK Antifreeze and Coolant Chevrolet Camaro SS. The 16-time champion finished runner-up Sunday at the Menards NHRA Nationals at Heartland Motorsports Park. Robert…

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

2019 Auto Club Road to the Future Award winner (NHRA Rookie of the Year)

Earned his first win at the 2019 Northwest Nationals

Won 27 races in ¼ midgets

Won his first race before he was 12 years old

2014 STARS National Pavement champion

2017 – Received his culinary arts degree from the Art Institute of Indianapolis

Grandson of Tom Prock (driver of Detroit Tiger funny car) and son of Jimmy Prock (Robert’s crew chief)

Great grandfather (Jim Prock Sr.) was also a midget car driver and was the ride along mechanic for Chester “Chet” Miller in the Indy 500 from 1930-1933

Will carry #374 on his car – was his grandfather Tom Prock’s NHRA competition #

Is licensed in Super Comp, Top Alcohol Dragster, Nostalgia Funny Car, Funny Car, Top Fuel Dragster

Enjoys painting helmets in his spare time

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Winner of 10 straight NHRA series championships (1993-2002) and a record 16 overall

NHRA record 35 straight Top 10 seasons (1985-2019)

Motorsports Hall of Fame of America and International Motorsports Hall of Fame inductee

1996 Driver of the Year, the first drag racer ever honored

Record 4-time winner of the Jerry Titus Memorial Award as driver receiving the most votes in balloting for the AARWBA Auto Racing All-America team

Only NHRA pro driver with over 100 race wins

Winner of a tour event in 33 seasons, a record for all motorsports disciplines

Oldest event winner and oldest champion in motorsports history

In 2018 accepted an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Northwestern Ohio for his work in drag racing safety

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Only the second woman in history (and first in 35 years) to win the NHRA Top Fuel championship

Holds the current national records for elapsed time (3.623 seconds) and speed (338.17 mph)

First JFR driver to compete professionally in a class other than Funny Car

2013 Auto Club Road to the Future Award winner (NHRA Rookie of the Year)

Three wins in the 2017 Countdown were the most in history by a woman in any pro category

2017 AARWBA Auto Racing All-America selection

2017 winner Jerry Titus Memorial Award (most All-America team votes)

First woman to win a four-wide event in any category (2016 at Charlotte, NC)

With teammate Robert Hight, secured the first JFR “double up” in 2016 by winning Funny Car and Top Fuel titles at the NHRA Gatornationals in Gainesville, FL

Earned her California teaching credentials after graduating from Cal State Fullerton and attending Hunter College in New York

With teammate and legendary father, John Force, became the first parent-child duo to secure the No. 1 qualifier spot at the 2019 NHRA SpringNationals in Houston, Texas and then at Topeka in 2021 became the first parent-child duo to share the winner’s circle in the professional categories

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Only worst-to-first Championship winner in NHRA Countdown history (2009)

Holds the current national records for elapsed time (3.793 seconds) and speed (339.87 mph)

First to break the 3.80 barrier at the 1000-foot distance (3.793 at Brainerd, MN, 2017)

Quickest ever at the quarter mile distance (4.636 seconds at Phoenix, 2007)

Named President of JFR, Inc., in 2010

2005 Auto Club Road to the Future Award winner (NHRA Rookie of the Year)

Championship marksman who, in 1995, passed up a shot at the Olympics to take a job at JFR as clutch tech on John Force’s championship team

Won in just his fourth professional race (Houston). Has never driven anything other than a Funny Car

Has won at least one race and qualified No. 1 at least one time in every one of his full professional seasons, all in Funny Cars sponsored by the Automobile Club of Southern California

An enormous LA Dodgers baseball fan, he is the father of successful Jr. Dragster racer and now Super Comp racer Autumn Hight

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