Skip to main content

See also:

NHRA points following the 2014 Thunder Valley Nationals

Points after the Thunder Valley Nationals
Points after the Thunder Valley Nationals
NHRA Media

Doug Kalitta (Top Fuel), Robert Hight (Funny Car), Erica Enders-Stevens (Pro Stock) remain on top of the NHRA points standings following this weekend’s Ford NHRA Thunder Valley Nationals. Pro Stock Motorcycle was not in action this weekend, so Andrew Hines maintained his points lead.

Kalitta (902) leads Antron Brown (782) by 120 points. Bristol winner Shawn Langdon (751) sits in third place, while Spencer Massey (652) sits fourth and Steve Torrence (617) stays in fifth.

Hight (905) maintains his lead over his team owner and father-in-law John Force (640), while Tommy Johnson Jr. (627) moved into third with his Bristol win. Alexis DeJoria (619) sits in fourth, while Del Worsham (593) sits fifth.

Enders-Steven (908) continues to dominate the Pro Stock points standings, leading Jeg Coughlin Jr. (753) by 155 points and Allen Johnson (704) by 204 points. Jason Line (698) sits fourth, followed by Shane Gray (651) in fifth.

Hines (406) leads Eddie Krawiec (382) by 24 points and third-place John Hall (285) by 121 points. Hector Arana Jr. (263) and Scotty Pollacheck (252) round out the PSM top five.

The NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series gets back on track Thursday through Sunday, June 19th through 22nd at New England Dragway in Eppings, New Hampshire, home of the second annual Auto-Plus NHRA New England Nationals. Keep up with the action at www.nhra.com.

Check out Paula’s Examiner columns on motorsports:

· Motorsports Travel

· NHRA

· Joe Gibbs Racing

· Kyle Busch Motorsports

· Buffalo Motorsports

Follow Paula on:

· Facebook – Paula Thompson Freelance and Examiner.com Motorsports

· Twitter - @paulat14

· Website – paulathompsonfreelance.com

· Flickr – Paula Thompson Freelance

Contact Paula at paulathompsonfreelance@gmail.com