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Brown defeats Pritchett by 17 feet

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

It was an all-Don Schumacher Racing final round. Matco Tools Top Fuel pilot Antron Brown defeated Papa Johns pilot Leah Pritchett at the 38th annual Mopar Mile-High NHRA Nationals at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado.

Brown got the win with a 3.792 at 319.82 mph pass. Pritchett, the No. 1 qualifier and Mopar-backed driver, went 3.816 at 324.90 mph.

Antron Brown (Photo by the NHRA)

Antron Brown (Photo by the NHRA)

“This race definitely put us through a marathon this weekend, but seeing those win lights makes it all worthwhile,” Brown said after defeating his teammate. “Next year when we come out, we know the bar will be raised even more at this track with all of this information, all of these drivers learned this weekend, but we feel like we have a good idea how to get things done here in Denver.”

This is the third-time in his career that he has win on the Mountain at Bandimere Speedway. This is his third win of the season and the 64th in his career.

Brown also snapped a three-race final-round losing streak.

Prior to this final round, Brown held a 9-6 win-loss record against Pritchett. He also is now perfect with a 2-0 record against her in the final round.

He had the starting line advantage and never trailed. He won by 0.0363 seconds, or approx. 17 feet.

Brown’s crew chief Brian Corradi has picked up his 50th career NHRA win.

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