NHRA Driver
Andrew Hines
Hines
  • Date of birth:
    May 25, 1983
  • Hometown:
    Villa Park, Calif.
  • Sponsor/Car:
    Vance & Hines Screamin’ Eagle Harley-Davidson
  • Crew Chief:
    Matt Hines
  • Career Wins: 33
    PSB: 33
  • Career Final Rounds: 56
    PSB: 56
  • Career Best E.T.:
    6.728
  • Career Best Speed:
    198.73
Career Highlights
  • 2013: Raced to only victory of the season at Charlotte 2; Posted a semifinal finish at Denver; Qualified a season-best third at Houston; Finished outside top 10 points standings for only second time in his career
  • 2012: Had career-best season with six wins in 11 final round appearances; finished second in championship points standings
  • 2011: Set career-best E.T. and speed; won Indianapolis and Pomona 2; finished third in championship points standings
  • 2010: Won five races, tying his career best wins in a season; Raced to seven consecutive final-round appearances with three wins and four runner-up finishes; Made the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season; Set a career-best for elapsed time (Indianapolis); Won multiple races for the seventh consecutive season
  • 2009: Was the No. 1 qualifier four times during the season; Made the Playoffs for the third consecutive season; Posted career best elapsed time (St. Louis); Won multiple races for the sixth consecutive season
  • 2008: Went to the final round at three of the first four races with wins in Atlanta and St. Louis; Led the points from Race 3 through Race 10; Matched his second-best round-win total (31); Competed in his 100th career race
  • 2007: Earned appearance in inaugural Countdown to 4 and Countdown to 1; Won a career best five of seven final round appearances; Set career best elapsed time
  • 2006: Earned his third consecutive world championship title; Won three of five final round appearances; Set career best elapsed time
  • 2005: Earned second consecutive world championship title; Became first rider to run sub six seconds; Set national records for elapsed time (6.968 seconds) and speed (197.45 mph); Won two of five final round appearances; Topped the qualifying fields at nine of 15 events
  • 2004: Won first career POWERade world championship and first for Harley-Davidson; recorded category E.T. record; led the point standings for the entire season; had a category-best eight No. 1 qualifying positions; won three of four final-round appearances
  • 2003: Was the runner-up at Sonoma, the first final round appearance of his career; recorded his career-best time and speed
  • 2002: Made professional debut at Denver; Qualified for all seven events he entered; Advanced to the semifinals at Reading, his fifth career race; Finalist for the Auto Club Road to the Future award honoring the sport’s Rookie of the Year

Personal
  • Wife: Tanya Joy
  • Sons: Rion, Declan
  • Height/weight: 6´0´´, 160 lbs.
  • Hobbies: Scuba diving, hiking, go-kart racing 

 
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