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Dave

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The list of 100 NHRA Top Fuel winners with first race win listed.

100 Richie Crampton Etown june 2014
99 Khalid alBalooshi reading oct 2012
98 Shawn Langdon charlotte sept 2012
97 Steve Torrence Atlanta may 2012
96 Bob Vandergriff Dallas sept 2011
95 Del Worsham gainesville march 2011
94 Spencer Massey joliet june 2009
93 Morgan Lucas atlanta may 2009
92 Hillary Will Topeka may 2008
91 Antron Brown Houston March 2008
90 JR Todd Denver July 2006
89 Melanie Troxel Pomona Feb 2006
88 Rod Fuller Memphis 2005
87 David Grubnic Topeka May 2005
86 Brandon Bernstein Phoenix 2003
85 Darrell Russell Pomona Feb 2001
84 Tony Schumacher Dallas 1999
83 Doug Kalitta Sonoma 1998
82 Cristen Powell Etown June 1997
81 Gary Scelzi Pomona Feb 1997
80 Jim Head Topeka sept 29th, 1996
79 Blaine Johnson Pomona Nov 1995
78 Ron Capps Seattle 1995
77 Larry Dixon Phoenix 1995
76 Rance McDaniel Pomona Nov 1993
75 Scott Kalitta Topeka Oct 1993
74 Shelly Anderson Reading Sept 1993
73 Tommy Johnson Jr Seatlle 1993
72 Mike Dunn Denver July 1993
71 Doug Herbert Columbus 1993
70 Ed McCulloch U.S. Nationals 1992
69 Michael Brotherton Seatlle 1992
68 Cory McClenathan Memphis 1992
67 Pat Austin Topeka 1991
66 Tom McEwen Summernationals 1991
65 Kenny Bernstein Arizona Nationals 1991
64 Frank Hawley Columbus 1990
63 Lori Johns Winternationals 1990
62 Eddie Hill Gatornationals 1988
61 Dan Pastorini Southern Nationals 1986
60 Darrell Gwynn Winternationals 1986
59 Gene Snow Fallnationals 1985
58 Bill Mullins Springnationals 1985
57 Gary Ormsby Winternationals 1984
56 Jody Smart Mile High Nationals 1983
55 Joe Amato Grandnationals 1983
54 Larry Minor Cajun Nationals 1983
53 Jim Barnard World Finals 1982
52 Dwight Salisbury Mile High Nationals 1982
51 Mark Oswald Cajun Nationals 1982
50 Lucille Lee Southern Nationals 1982
49 Johnny Abbott U.S. Nationals 1981
48 Terry Capp U.S. Nationals 1980
47 Dick LaHaie Summernationals 1980
46 Bob Noice Winternationals 1979
45 Rob Bruins Fall Nationals 1978
44 Kelly Brown Winternationals 1978
43 Stan Shiroma Fallnationals 1977
42 Dennis Baca U.S. Nationals 1977
41 Richard Tharp Summernationals 1976
40 Shirley Muldowney Springnationals 1976
39 Frank Bradley Winternationals 1976
38 Jim Bucher Summernationals 1975
37 Marvin Graham U.S. Nationals 1974
36 Dale Funk Summernationals 1974
35 Dave Settles Gatornationals 1974
34 Jerry Ruth World Finals 1973
33 Clayton Harris Summernationals 1973
32 John Wiebe Springnationals 1973
31 Herm Peterson Gatornationals 1973
30 Jim Walther World Finals 1972
29 Don Moody Supernationals 1972
28 Gary Beck U.S. Nationals 1972
27 Art Marshall Le Grandnational 1972
26 Jeb Allen Summernationals 1972
25 Chip Woodall Springnationals 1972
24 Carl Olson Winternationals 1972
23 Gerry Glenn World Finals 1971
22 Hank Johnson Supernationals 1971
21 Pat Dakin Le Grandnational 1971
20 Arnie Behling Summernationals 1971
19 Jimmy King Gatornationals 1971
18 Rick Ramsey Supernationals 1970
17 Ronnie Martin World Finals 1970
16 Bob Gibson Springnationals 1970
15 Dave Chenevert Gatornationals 1970
14 Larry Dixon, Sr. Winternationals 1970
13 Steve Carbone World Finals 1969
12 Hank Westmoreland Springnationals 1969
11 John Mulligan Winternationals 1969
10 James Warren Winternationals 1968
9 Bennie Osborn World Finals 1967
8 Connie Kalitta Winternationals 1967
7 Pete Robinson World Finals 1966
6 Jimmy Nix Springnationals 1966
5 Mike Snively Winternationals 1966
4 Maynard Rupp Springnationals 1965
3 Don Prudhomme Winternationals 1965
2 Jack Williams Winternationals 1964
1 Don Garlits Winternationals 1963
 
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vegasnitro

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Awesome list!

Several names I don't recognize. Several big names that won much later in their careers than I originally thought, and just some weird statistical anomalies. Kenny Bernstein won in Top Fuel before The Mongoose did? That is weird. And if Pat Dakin wins another event, that would have to be a record ... 43 years between wins!
 

FABMAN

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Thanks, awesome list I'm like Chris took some of them longer than I thought. Bernstein thats wild:cool:
 

mastertone

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ok and who was the one that did it with a Chevy powered Top Fuel dragster? I know you old guys know, how about you young guys? Under 40?
 

Rajunz

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This is a cool thread......

Here's a bit of trivia, common crew chiefs off the top of my head. I'm sure this list will be expounded on.

Lee Beard -
No 34, Jerry Ruth
No 53, Jim Barnard
No 57, Gary Ormsby
No 67, Pat Austin
No 70, Ed McCulloch
No 88, Rod Fuller
No 91, Antron Brown

Leonard Hughes -
No 35, Dave Settles
No 41, Richard Tharp
No 51, Mark Oswald
 

mick

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No. 39 Frank Bradley -
no. 8 Connie Kalitta (brief)
no. 67 Pat Austin
no. 72 Mike Dunn
no. 74 Shelley Anderson
no. 95 Del Worsham

i concur, this is a cool thread.
question: did frank put pat and del both into 300mph club?...it was 1993.
almost positive he put pat in, not entirely sure about del but i think so.
(he put only female member into that club too...rachel splatt)

here is another real cool list stumbled upon.
http://www.printcentralandsigns.com/NHRA/records.html
 
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Dave

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here is another real cool list stumbled upon.
http://www.printcentralandsigns.com/NHRA/records.html

I like it! Some I noticed missing from the Top Fuel section were Joe Amato's 4.562 from Brainerd 1997 that was never backed up, Doug Kalitta's 4.420 from Joliet 2003 that was never backed up, and Tony Schumachers 337. 58 from Brainerd in 2005.

Also:
91 Phoenix Jim White 284.62
91 Houston Glenn Mikres 286.25
91 US Nationals Jim White 287.81
91 Keystone Nats Jim White 289.94
91 Chief Nats Jim White 290.13
91 World Finals Jim White 291.82

They found 7 mph from February to November! That was huge. Then the team closed up shop and Wes Cerny went over to KB and in March 1992 we saw 300.

Or Dallas in 1987. The record going into the weekend was 5.482
87 Chief Nats John Force 5.453
87 Chief Nats Mark Oswald 5.449
87 Chief Nats Mike Dunn 5.443
87 Chief Nats John Force 5.396
87 Chief Nats Ed McCulloch 5.366

0.116 in one weekend! Those were the good old days. Could you imagine the record going from a 3.96 to a 3.84 now? Crazy. Of course back then they were still refining and learning and making big gains, now it's all pretty set in stone, and the quicker you go the harder it is to make big leaps.
 
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Rajunz

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Lee Beard -
No 34, Jerry Ruth
No 53, Jim Barnard
No 57, Gary Ormsby
No 67, Pat Austin
No 70, Ed McCulloch
No 88, Rod Fuller
No 91, Antron Brown

Leonard Hughes -
No 35, Dave Settles
No 41, Richard Tharp
No 51, Mark Oswald

Robert Anderson -
No. 15 Dave Chenevert
No. 17, Ronnie Martin

Dick LaHaie -
No 47, Dick LaHaie
No 75, Scott Kalitta

Alan Johnson
No. 79, Blaine Johnson
No. 81, Gary Scelzi

Aaron Brooks -
No. 95, Del Worsham
No 100, Richie Crampton
 
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