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Behind the wheel of his Tommy Utt-tuned Jeg's Mail Order Chevrolet Cavalier, Coughlin rocketed from 15th to fourth place in the POWERade points by racing to the 11th final of his career. Coughlin beat Greg Stanfield, Kurt Johnson, and No. 1 ...

Behind the wheel of his Tommy Utt-tuned Jeg's Mail Order Chevrolet Cavalier, Coughlin rocketed from 15th to fourth place in the POWERade points by racing to the 11th final of his career. Coughlin beat Greg Stanfield, Kurt Johnson, and No. 1 qualifier Bruce Allen with a string of mid-6.8-second passes to make the final. Pro Stock results

Dean Carter scored his first career win in Comp, driving his A/Nostalgia Dragster to a tight final-round victory against David Rampy, (-.545) 7.195 to (-.542) 7.468.

Larry Zavala got a free pass to the Super Stock winner's circle, taking a bye run with his GT/FA entry after Kevin Nicks' SS/FA machine checked in broken. Ken Passerby captured top honors in Stock with his I/SA machine, running a 12.15 on a 12.14 dial to turn back former national champ Keith Lynch, whose C/SA machine slowed to a 10.94 on a 10.80 target.

Jason Brink used a holeshot to win Super Comp, running an 8.920 to defeat Gerry Nelson's slow-leaving 8.913, while Larry Scarth titled in Super Gas with a near-perfect 9.907 to defeat Jerry Denton Jr., who slowed to a 9.934. Ron Kelly Jr. took a one-thousandths double-breakout Super Street victory over Doug Young, coupling a .008 reaction time to a 10.895 to push Young's .012-initiated 10.894 further under.

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Series NHRA
Drivers Kurt Johnson , Bruce Allen , David Rampy , Dean Carter