Steve Torrence is the provisional Top Fuel leader at the 2019 Dodge Mile-High Nationals. The Texas native set a track record on Friday.
Cruz Pedregon is the provisional Funny Car qualifier at the 2019 Dodge Mile-High Nationals. He went 4.002 mph for the provisional lead.
Hector Arana Jr. will look to repeat at the 2019 Dodge Mile-High Nationals. He defeated Jerry Savoie in the PSM final in 2018.
Greg Anderson will attempt to win his second straight Mile-High Nationals. He defeated Jason Line last year in Colorado.
Leah Pritchett will attempt to win her second straight Dodge Mile-High Nationals. She defeated Doug Kalitta in 2018.
Living legend John Force will look for his 150th career win at Bandimere Speedway. Force won the 2018 Mopar Mile-High Nationals.
John Force, the 69-year-old living legend, defeated Ron Capps on the mountain at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, Colorado on Sunday.
Leah Pritchett becomes the first No. 1 qualifier since 2009 to win at Bandimere Speedway, as she defeated Doug Kalitta in the final round.
Greg Anderson picked up his 91st career win — and first win of the 2018 season — with a final round win over Jason Line at Bandimere Speedway in Colorado.
Despite both riders going red, Hector Arana Jr. was credited with the win over Jerry Savoie at Bandimere Speedway on Sunday in Morrison, Colorado.