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NHRA Toyota Nationals race coverage (Issue 23, 2014)

The NHRA Toyota Nationals, the second-to-last event of the 2014 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series and the fifth race of the 2014 Countdown to the Championship, raced to conclusion at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Following are photo highlights from the event.

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Brothers’ Keepers (Issue 23, 2014)

Top Alcohol Funny Car driver Kris Hool and his brother and crew chief, Kevin, have utilized the trust they have for one another to campaign the SK Professional Tools Monte Carlo across the country. The theme of brothers teaming with brothers has a long history in the Top Alcohol Funny Car class. The following gallery is a sampling of TAFC teams that have featured two or more brothers in prominent roles throughout the years.

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Fall Classic Closes Out 2014 North Central Division Season (Issue 23, 2014)

The North Central Division wrapped up its 2014 season with the annual NHRA Fall Classic National Open at Lucas Oil Raceway at Indianapolis. For the second straight year, Don Higgins took home the Super Comp title at the event, joining six other drivers in the winner’s circle. Following are the final-round photos from the event.

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Thoman, Meredith, Butner, Cline, Bohannon Lead 40th Doorslammer Winners List (Issue 23, 2014)

Racers from throughout the North Central Division converged on Ohio Valley Raceway for the 40th running of the NHRA Doorslammer National Open. Billy Thoman won the Top Sportsman title, and Adam Cline and Tyler Bohannon nearly doubled to highlight the event. Following are all the final-round photos from the race.

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More Than Wishful Thinking (Issue 22, 2014)

National Dragster feature subject Tommy Johnson Jr. is one of 15 drivers who has earned wins in both Top Fuel and Funny Car. Beginning with Don Prudhomme through the most recent driver to achieve the feat, Del Worsham, following is a look at the drivers who have wins in both nitro categories, including the events at which they scored their first victory in each class.

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Sportsman Savant (Issue 22, 2014)

With final-round appearances in four classes at national events plus a few division championships, Thomas Bayer has more than proven his mettle behind the wheel. The skills he has nurtured and the knowledge he has gained at dragstrips all along the West Coast are being passed on to a whole new crop of drivers. After spending more than a decade working at Frank Hawley's Drag Racing School, he has branched out to offer one-on-one mentoring at the track, often sharing a pit area with his students. In this collection, we look at a handful of the cars in which he has gained some of his experience.

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Pep Boys NHRA Carolina Nationals race coverage (Issue 22, 2014)

Sportsman racers have finally completed their rain-delayed portions of the Pep Boys NHRA Carolina Nationals, which featured competition in Top Alcohol Dragster, Top Alcohol Funny Car, Super Stock, Stock, Super Comp, and Super Gas. Following are some of the racers from the event.

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Furr Flies at Division 2 Final; Barker Still Top Dog (Issue 22, 2014)

Division 2 wrapped up its 2014 NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series schedule at Silver Dollar Raceway in Reynolds, Ga., and although the outcome of the penultimate event on the nationwide Lucas Oil Series schedule didn’t have widespread implications in the battles for world championships, it did decide the Division 2 crowns in dramatic fashion.

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Shields, Gill Grab Late-Season Wins in Gainesville (Issue 22, 2014)

Duane Shields won his 24th divisional event in Top Alcohol Dragster, and second-generation racer Mathew Gill claimed his first in Top Alcohol Funny Car during the penultimate NHRA Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series regional event of the 2014 season at Auto-Plus Raceway at Gainesville.

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Tulsa Ekes Out Team Title in Closest Finish Ever (Issue 22, 2014)

Led by an all-team final round between winner Martin Brown and Parker DeVore in No Electronics-Street, Osage Casino Tulsa Raceway Park eked out the team championship by one point in one of the closest finishes in Division 4 NHRA Summit Racing Series Finals history.

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