WEEKEND SCHEDULE
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Sunday, April 18 - 11th annual NHRA SummitRacing.com Nationals eliminations
7:30 a.m. - Spectator gates open.
9 a.m. - Sportsman eliminations.
10 a.m. - Opening ceremonies.
11 a.m. - Final eliminations begin.
4:30 p.m. - Track closed.

*Schedule subject to change.

GENERAL ADMISSION (includes pit pass):
Sunday: Adult, $55; Junior (6-12 years) $16.
Children five years and under admitted free to general admission and pit areas each day.

RESERVED SEATS (includes pit pass):
Sunday: Adult, $65; Junior (6-12 years) $27; Child (Five and under), $10.


LUCAS OIL SERIES: The SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals also will feature competition in six categories in the NHRA Lucas Oil Series, where the future stars of the NHRA Full Throttle Series earn their racing stripes. Lucas Oil Series qualifying begins at 8 a.m. on April 16. Lucas Oil Series eliminations begin at 8 a.m. on April 17.

ON THE WEB: Get live timing, scoring, multimedia and the latest news updates from every NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series event on the Internet at www.nhra.com. Visit the official NHRA pages on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

SUMMITRACING.COM NHRA NATIONALS FACTS

WHAT: 11th annual SummitRacing.com NHRA Nationals, the sixth of 23 events in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series. Drivers in three categories - Top Fuel, Funny Car and Pro Stock - earn points leading to 2010 NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series world championships.

WHERE: The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, Las Vegas. Track is located approximately 15 miles north of downtown Las Vegas off Interstate 15.

2009 EVENT WINNERS: Tony Schumacher (Top Fuel Dragster), Ron Capps (Funny Car), Jeg Coughlin (Pro Stock).

TRACK RECORDS:
Top Fuel Dragster - 3.781 seconds by Tony Schumacher (Oct. 2008); 319.07 mph by Schumacher (Oct. 2009).

Funny Car - 4.030 seconds by Matt Hagan (Oct. 2009), 313.88 mph by Hagan (Oct. 2009).

Pro Stock - 6.623 seconds by Mike Edwards (Oct. 2009); 207.75 mph by Edwards (Oct. 2009).

(Top Fuel and Funny Car race distance is 1,000 feet; Pro Stock is 1,320 feet)


NATIONAL RECORDS:
Top Fuel Dragster - 3.771 sec. by Tony Schumacher (Oct. 2008, Richmond, Va.), 324.98 mph by Schumacher (March 2010, Gainesville, Fla.).

Funny Car - 4.023 sec. by Ron Capps (Feb. 2009, Chandler, Ariz.), 316.38 mph by Ashley Force Hood (March 2010, Charlotte, N.C.).

Pro Stock - 6.509 sec. by Mike Edwards (Oct. 2009, Richmond, Va.), 212.46 mph by Greg Anderson (March 2010, Charlotte, N.C.).

(Top Fuel and Funny Car race distance is 1,000 feet; Pro Stock is 1,320 feet)


NHRA FULL THROTTLE DRAG RACING SERIES POINT STANDINGS

Point standings (top 10) for NHRA professional categories following the fifth of 23 events in the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series.

Top Fuel Dragster: 1.  Cory McClenathan, 456; 2.  Larry Dixon, 428; 3.  Doug Kalitta, 381; 4.  Antron Brown, 378; 5. Tony Schumacher, 366; 6.  Shawn Langdon, 275; 7.  Morgan Lucas, 245; 8.  Steve Torrence, 228; 9. Brandon Bernstein, 219; 10.  David Grubnic, 206.

Funny Car: 1.  John Force, 441; 2.  Matt Hagan, 371; 3.  Ron Capps, 345; 4.  Ashley Force Hood, 312; 5.  Jack Beckman, 311; 6.  (tie) Tony Pedregon, 283; Tim Wilkerson, 283; 8.  Robert Hight, 281; 9.  Bob Tasca III, 268; 10.  Del Worsham, 240.

Pro Stock: 1.  Mike Edwards, 574; 2.  Allen Johnson, 382; 3.  Jason Line, 338; 4.  Greg Anderson, 311; 5.  Jeg Coughlin, 299; 6.  Greg Stanfield, 267; 7.  Ron Krisher, 254; 8.  Rodger Brogdon, 250; 9.  Bob Yonke, 240; 10.  Ronnie Humphrey, 199.

Pro Stock Motorcycle: 1.  Hector Arana, 284; 2.  Eddie Krawiec, 244; 3.  Matt Smith, 235; 4.  Andrew Hines, 214; 5. Karen Stoffer, 167; 6.  Craig Treble, 164; 7.  Steve Johnson, 158; 8.  Michael Phillips, 157; 9. David Hope, 142; 10.  Shawn Gann, 129.