Del Worsham (Top Fuel), Ron Capps (Funny Car), Mike Edwards (Pro Stock) and Eddie Krawiec (Pro Stock Motorcycle) won their classes Sunday at the 11th annual Big O Tires NHRA Nationals but Pro Stock driver Jason Line was the big winner at The Strip at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

Line, who drives for team owner Ken Black of Las Vegas, clinched his second career Pro Stock World Championship despite bowing out with a red-light violation in the semifinals.

“It’s unfortunate that we couldn’t have finished it in true championship style but it is what it is and I’m not giving the (championship) jacket back or the trophy,” Line said. “It’s more important to clinch here in front of (Black’s) whole family. We owe everything to them. I personally feel very indebted to them for everything they’ve done for me.”

Worsham claimed the Top Fuel title in the closest final of the day. He nipped Spencer Massey by about 10 inches and now trails Massey by two points in the championship race going into the season finale in two weeks.

Capps caped a remarkable comeback by winning after he failed to qualify at the most recent race, in Phoenix. Capps knocked off Johnny Gray in the final.

Edwards beat Allen Johnson off the line and never surrendered the lead en route to a 10-foot victory in the final.

Krawiec earned his fourth victory of the season by beating Andrew Hines in the final. He extended his points lead to 69 over Hector Arana Jr.